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Titel: Hucky Eichelmann und Richard Harvey am 2. Dezember in Bangkok
Beitrag von: Grüner am 04. November 2008, 18:55:27
Hucky and Harvey Together Again  "… the extraordinary two man orchestra"

http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/hucky_harvey08_eng.php

2. Dezember 2008, 20 Uhr, Thailand Cultural Centre, Small Hall – Eintritt 1500, 800 Baht über ThaiTicketmajor

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HUCKY eichelmann: Guitar/s

richard HARVEY : Recorders - Khlui - Wot - Pan Pipes - Ocarina (known as Xun in China) - Clarinet – Soprano - Saxophone - Mandolin - Cuatro - Psaltery (mediaeval plucked zither) Drum, Shakers and Rattles - Irish Whistles - Chinese Bawu Reed Flute - Melodica

Gast: (http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/images/hucky_harvey08/guest.jpg) Dr. Li Guo Dong, Erhu

"Two vastly experienced performers who through their travels have become true musical citizens of the world.

Apart from their highly virtuoso presentations, the duet's musical collection emphasises the serenity of music and how, across centuries and nations music can create calmness and evoke the beauty of nature.  From Equador to Korea and spanning 6 centuries their program is a fitting collaboration for Hucky and Harvey who between them have made music with Ravi Shankar, Sir Paul McCartney, John Williams and Elvis Costello.

Classical guitarist Hucky has never been on better form and the silken sounds of his guitar blend beautifully with Harvey’s large array of Bamboo flutes, panpipes, Irish whistles and ocarinas.

Prepare yourself for beautiful music, brilliantly played!"

Auf der oben genannten Webseite sind ein paar Einlagen zu sehen und zu hören, die richtig Appetit machen.

Die FAR EASTERN ECONOMIC REVIEW schrieb:

Hucky and Harvey ....... both are world class, but stuck on the musical language of the East.

Together they purvey a musical hotchpotch of East and West, an alchemy of styles that is difficult to pigeonhole. ...