RALPH WILLIAMS- NYC underground sax by Kurt Wildermuth
"In the spring and summer of 2020, New York City was shut down during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many residents were living elsewhere, and tourists were staying away. You could walk through Central Park and have long stretches to yourself.
If you continued toward what often feels like the heart of the park--a bench-lined plaza at the end of a shaded promenade called the Mall and just before Bethesda Terrace, with its staircase and angel-adorned fountain--you might have encountered a lone
figure standing and playing a tenor saxophone."
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