Sally Kindberg and the Triola

A few weeks ago while looking for something else entirely I discovered my daughter’s old Triola, a musical instrument made by C.A.Seydel Sohne, a kind of melodica made for children.  What a delight! To avoid annoying my upstairs neighbours, I took it to Hampstead Heath, found a deserted bosky corner and improvised.

The following weekend I took it with me on one of my favourite walks across the Thames estuary salt marshes, up a little windy hill to the ruins of Hadleigh Castle and tootled away, to the amusement of a few people enjoying the autumn sunshine.

After I mentioned my upcoming workshop at Swedenborg House to a journalist from my local newspaper, the Camden New Journal, he interviewed me by telephone …





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