(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Harp on the A!

I know I’m back in New York when I step on the A train and find subway musicians. And not just any subway musicians – one toting a harp! I also don’t think I’ve ever heard “Guantanamera” on the harp. Ah, NYC. I love you.


4 Responses to “(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Harp on the A!”

  1. 1 Amy July 13, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    What a coincidence! I seriously had Guantanamera stuck in my head while i was in the metro/RER here in Paris for my whole hour commute home just now. If only I had stumbled upon the harp rendition!


  2. 3 Sweet Freak July 14, 2011 at 4:08 pm

    What a juxtaposition: the lovely, soothing harp and the screechy, crowded subway – love it!


  3. 4 Amy Kortuem July 18, 2011 at 7:39 pm

    I’ve fantasized about taking my harp to Paris and busking on the Metro…but it would be a certain back-killer. This guy must be exceedingly sturdy!


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