The pianist plays as usual, however very discretely, not calling any unusual attention to himself/herself. To the side of the piano, ranging from one to two feet any man or woman dressed preferably in a black suit will hold a saxophone up to their mouth. Upon every note struck on the piano, the saxophone performer will not play one note, but pretend to play each note with exaggerated movement, preferably up and down and side to side motions. The saxophone performer will not be given any sheet music, because not anticipating the timing of the notes from the piano will give the saxophone a desired delayed reaction in the movement. That is it, once the performance is finished, the saxophone performer will bow and exit the stage.