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They haven’t seen each other for some time. Immediately, the happy chatter begins. Their laughter tinkles like the music they have come to make.
Flashes of red appear as its bellows sigh in and out like lungs. Deft fingers traverse its keys. The music seems too polyphonic to come from its slight frame. Musician and instrument meld together, the one providing breath for the … Continue reading
Bare in the heat, it keeps time as its owner plays his music feverishly. The big toe rises and falls the most. It leads the rest to follow the irresistible beat.
A blonde-haired child wearing a red T-shirt inserts himself between two of the musicians. He blows his new, quacking whistle with pride, keeping in time with the music effortlessly.
I hear him before I see him, his music filling the high street. He stands, swaying to his own tune, holding an ancient saxophone. His breath and his fingers produce a liquid sound, slowing people down as they pass, making … Continue reading
Bright pastel and neon colours. Beautiful movements that tell a story, a whole company moving in unison to delight our eyes. The orchestra moves with them, seamlessly using sound to enhance sight.