Saw player opens St Albans organ festival at the Clock Tower
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A St Albans musical act went against the grain by playing a saw to onlookers at the Clock Tower.
Dennis Teeth opened the St Albans International Organ Festival with some world-class saw playing.
St Albans Arts Team development officer Grae Wall said: "We booked him as the first act because he is a brilliant water cooler talking point.
"People are really enjoying it - you cannot walk past without stopping and listening."
The fringe and festival is in its 30th year and celebrates musical diversity and organ music.
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The organ festival takes place from July 3 to July 13.
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