Less is more

LESS IS MORE – I don’t like big orchestras: Rob Collins (voc) and Dennis Hormes (guit) always have an impressed audience – read some of my articles about music in my daily “flickrcomments” blog at wordpress.com

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Rob-Collins (voc) + Dennis-Hormes (guit)
photo by Frizztext

more of my music related articles:
1
small-town-chances
2
daily-guitar-meditation
3
musicians
4
the ranking of the nations
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P.S.:
There are several “Robert Collins” for google (disturbing), but if I search via “Dennis Hormes” (guit) the results are exactly related to the musician in my video:
http://www.dennis-hormes.de/html/dennis_hormes_-_english_versio.php
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http://www.myspace.com/dennishormes
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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Hormes
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http://kultur.wikia.com/wiki/Dennis_Hormes

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writer, photographer, guitarist

7 responses to “Less is more

  1. Ich denke mal, daß auch das vielstimmige seinen Platz haben muß.
    Schließlich ist Musik eigentlich nichts anderes als eine rituelle Form des zusammen-Lebens.

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  2. Wolfgang Hermann

    ein erpsönliche ansichtsache
    ich finde große orchester zu laut und unpersönlich
    aber man muß ja nicht hingehen
    🙂 wolfgang

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  3. Less can certainly be more Frizz. I am thinking of the German electronic musician Klaus Schultz. I fell in love with his one-man, analog electronic experiementation in the 70’s and 80’s. He certainly produced a “big sound” for one man. And his use of an orchestra on his classic “X” album is unsurpassed.

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  4. I also like small concert because I can feel the impressive atmosphere.:smile:

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  5. Great music in a small setting… perfect. 🙂

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