Getty images has released an image of PGH and Stanley Bate probably taken in Sydney in 1940. The image is published on the Telegraph‘s website alongside Simon Heffer’s profile of Bate as a composer “like Vaughan Williams on speed“. Interestingly, the Telegraph has inexplicably chopped off PGH’s head and by doing so has erased the most interesting element in the image: the portraits of Stravinsky and Bartok tacked on the wall next to the piano. Bate’s admiration for Stravinsky is well known. That he thought the same about Bartok is a revelation, though not a surprising one.