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Bauer Studios Ludwigsburg

Bauer Studios Ludwigsburg


Full orchestral sound with "just" accordeon and harmonica

Lead by conductor Hans-Günther Kölz, the Trossingen based orchestra "Hohnerklang" entered studio 1 in order to record a new album. Three days of recording were set for twelve tracks.

The orchestra, consisting of a traditional rhythm group, paired with accordeon and harmonica voices, performed a big variety of songs, ranging from explosive tunes by David Garrett, over sensual film scores by Ennio Morricone, to the "Tango pour Claude", written by Richard Galliano, inspiration and idol of Kölz' complete work.

Engineer Johannes Wohlleben was responsible for a productive and concentrated working atmosphere, due to his expert knowledge and excellent craftmanship.