Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord, The Trondheim Experiment…

A previously unreleased concert performance by former Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord is available online, courtesy of his family and friends.

Called ‘The Trondheim Experiment,’ the show features Lord working with a chamber orchestra at Nidaros Cathedral in Norway on May 24, 2010.

Noted as “a celebration of good friends and music” at a venue that Lord credited with changing his life, the recordings are now being offered as his tribute.

A celebration of a very special concert that offers fans a chance to hear an experiment of new arrangements, new musicians, and songs rarely played.

Lord himself passed away in July 2012, making ‘The Trondheim Experiment’ a sweet tribute to an artist who remained restlessly creative until his final days.

Check out the website — which also includes behind-the-scenes bonuses and an interview with Lord…
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http://trondheimexperiment.com/intro.html
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