Music By – Daniel Formo, Nils Henrik Asheim. Organ – Nils Henrik Asheim. Organ, Producer, Liner Notes – Daniel Formo. Recorded January 25 2012 at Vår Frues Kirke, Trondheim.
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Songs from Twined: Hammond Dialogues, Vol. 2 by Bergmund Skaslien, Daniel Formo. 1 - Daniel Formo, Daniel Formo & Nils Henrik Asheim, Nils Henrik Asheim. Lene Grenager Works for Bass - Michael Francis Duch. Bjørn Fongaard - Works for Clarinet and Contrabass - Bjørn Fongaard, Michael Francis Duch, Stig Førde Aarskog, Stig Førde Aarskog & Michael Francis Duch. Systema Naturae - Alpaca Ensemble, Alpaca Ensemble Plays Lene Grenager, Lene Grenager. At Large - Daniel Formo.
Organ player Daniel Formo, member of the avant-pop trio Kobert and mainstream jazz trio Solid!, decided last year to explore the full potential of the Hammond B3, one of the first electric instruments, as a modern instrument, taking it into a new, uncharted territories. He organized the Hammond Dialogues concert series that hosted vocal artist Sidsel Endresen, Danish drummer Kresten Osgood, reed player Eirik Hegdal and Swedish vibes player Mattias Ståhl. Particular Recordings. This improvised duet with church organ player Nils Henrik Asheim was recorded in January 2012 at the old Vår Frue Kirke (The Church of Our Lady) in Trondheim.
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The Hammond organ is an electric organ, invented by Laurens Hammond and John M. Hanert and first manufactured in 1935. Various models have been produced, most of which use sliding drawbars to specify a variety of sounds. Until 1975, Hammond organs generated sound by creating an electric current from rotating a metal tonewheel near an electromagnetic pickup, and then strengthening the signal with an amplifier so it can drive a speaker cabinet.