Harpist, Royal Palace, Madrid

“And he played on a harp of a thousand strings. Spirits of just men, made perfect.”

Henry Teliaferro Lewis

In the fading light of early evening, outside Madrid’s Royal Palace, a pony tailed Spaniard is sat upon a rich red carpet, ringed in ivy.

The crowd listen in awe as he plucks skillfully at the strings of his spellbinding harp.

Busker What’s Your Story?

We’re too mesmerised to ask, but we know it reeks of romance.

Spanish musician plays the harp outside Madrid's Royal Palace

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