Gordon Grdina: Double-Sided String Theory

Playing both guitar and oud, Gordon Grdina finds a middle ground between composition and improvisation. Gordon Grdina splits his sonic identity between two stringed instruments: the electric guitar he first picked up at age 9, and which carries powerful associations to rock, blues and jazz; and the oud, an 11-stringed, pear-shaped, fretless instrument he fell

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