Christoph Bruhn - Weekeends On The Frontier mp3 downloadPerformer: Christoph Bruhn
Title: Weekeends On The Frontier
Location: Sacred Heart Music Center
Size MP3 version: 1799 mb
Size FLAC version: 1586 mb
Size WMA version: 1355 mb
Format: AA ADX DMF MP4 MP1 DTS
Genre: Pop Rock
Christoph Bruhn - Weekeends On The Frontier mp3 download
Christoph Bruhn's - "Weekends on the Frontier" - Album Release Show - April 20th, 2013.
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Fingerstyle guitarist Christoph Bruhn lights up the Twin Ports with his effortless touch and soulful playing. Bruhn has an open tone that's supple on the surface, but he plays in a way that reflects deeper waters. Bruhn has an open tone that’s supple on the surface, but he plays in a way that reflects deeper waters. Bruhn has made the transition from electric guitar to acoustic (dreadnought) and has made himself a student of the acoustic, its deep resonance and classy stylistic history. Ragtime, fingerstyle blues and alternating bass notes are all a feature of Bruhn’s music, and they produce stunning effects.
Christoph Bruhn is an accomplished instrumental guitarist and vocalist. After leaving his small northern Minnesota hometown, Christoph Bruhn settled in Duluth, MN where he continued his development as a guitarist. Bruhn would go on to record Weekends on the Frontier, an acclaimed solo guitar effort which was produced at Sacred Heart Music Center in Duluth under the experience of chief engineer Eric Swanson. The two men have completed an all-house concert tour in April 2015 and plans are materializing to replicate the success of that in 2016.
Christoph Bruhn at the Twin Cities Acoustic Guitar Show. Christoph Bruhn - Weekends on the Frontier - Fanfare. Arabian Writing on Plaster Walls. Christopher Bruhn ( Obdachlos). The Last Dying Breath. Chris Bruhn (Germany) - Martin.
Erik Belton Evers Bruhn (3 October 1928 – 1 April 1986) was a Danish danseur, choreographer, artistic director, actor, and author. Erik Bruhn was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, the fourth child and first son of Ellen (née Evers), owner of a hairdressing salon, and third child of Ernst Bruhn. His parents married shortly before his birth.
|1||Fjords of Northern Norway||Christoph Bruhn||2:59|
|2||Burial Grounds||Christoph Bruhn||4:09|
|3||1957 Industry Rag||Christoph Bruhn||1:21|
|4||Das Kelylied||Christoph Bruhn||1:40|
|5||Something, Or Oil Paintings||Christoph Bruhn||6:03|
|6||Arabian Writing on Plaster Walls||Christoph Bruhn||1:56|
|7||The Dust Bowl of '36||Christoph Bruhn||4:06|
|8||The Last Dying Breath||Christoph Bruhn||3:22|
CreditsChristoph Bruhn - Engineer, Mixing, Primary Artist
Grant Ertl - Design, Layout
Kyle Fosburgh - Liner Notes
Eric Swanson - Engineer, Mixing