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Musical Fusions

Tell Me Hu Are You?

Or how I learned to stop worrying and love Mongolian folk metal

Photo by Valere jelic on WikiMedia Commons

Like most people, you’ve probably asked yourself, “What would you get if you started with a conservatory-trained Mongolian folk quartet, added a rock ’n’ roll rhythm section, then set them all loose in the studio to see what happens?”

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John Werth

John Werth

Musician and conductor, repairer of woodwinds, owner of dogs, band director, lapsed mathematician, and scribbler of thoughts on humor, politics or both at once.

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