James Kelman

“There existed very long saxophones from years ago. The player sat on their chair like a cellist; that same sort of feeling to it as well - unlike for example the way a harpist would be: the whole act differing in a very fundamental sense. Although harpists are fine. There is nothing to be said against harpists by any means whatsoever.”


James Kelman, A Disaffection
tags: harp, paddy-doyle
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A Disaffection A Disaffection by James Kelman
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