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The Trondheim Experiment

Jon Lord; photo © Trond J. Strøm

The Trondheim Experiment is a web presentation of a Jon Lord concert in Trondheim, Norway on May 24, 2010, and it can only be described as Jon’s bonanza. The entire show professionally filmed, plus introductory notes from Knut Morten Johansen, behind the scenes footage from rehearsals, Jon’s interview to local TV, and photo gallery — all that is available for your viewing, reading, and listening pleasure absolutely free, with blessings from Jon’s family and management.

Enjoy it at http://trondheimexperiment.com/

Thanks to JonLord.org for the info.



18 Comments to “The Trondheim Experiment”:

  1. 1
    Altan Orkun says:

    JL. Still caring!

  2. 2
    Mike Quinlan says:

    Love it, was painting my living room and enjoying listening to it on my tv. Wonderful music, what a legacy!

  3. 3
    Walter Curran says:

    Wonderful!!!!

  4. 4
    NWO says:

    Beyond Awesome!!

  5. 5
    HardRockPete says:

    Praise The Lord 😀

  6. 6
    John Victor Oetomo says:

    we miss ya JON RIP

  7. 7
    Drdp says:

    What a kind and gentle soul. Oh Lordy do we miss you.

  8. 8
    Tracy (Zero the Hero) Heyder says:

    Above and Beyond AWESOME!!! Truly an Uncommon Man. DVD RELEASE PLEASE!!!

    !Ch-BeerZ?

  9. 9
    micke says:

    Brings tears to the eyes..

  10. 10
    micke says:

    Wait a while is a song I’ve had “problems” listening to without getting very wet eyes for as long as it’s been on cd.

  11. 11
    Henrik says:

    Beautiful!

    We need Jon!

  12. 12
    Karl-Heinz says:

    That’s fantastic. I miss Jon and his music very much. God bless him.

    Great videos!

  13. 13
    cyclone says:

    Under rated musician…. never-the-less always a gentleman.

  14. 14
    Tommy H. says:

    Jon truly was one of a kind. I’m thankful that he was blessed with enough time to finish his legacy – the Concerto. But like many other good people we still look up to, he died too young. After making millions of people so happy with his music, did he earn to pass away like that?! There is no award or hall of fame to honor people of his caliber.

  15. 15
    mike whiteley says:

    Many thanks to Jon’s family & management for allowing us to once again see him robust,healthy,and happily playing music he created and loved.

  16. 16
    Jose Hernández says:

    que en paz descanse

  17. 17
    T says:

    For weeks following Jon’s passing last year, I could not listen to anything in which he participated–Deep Purple or otherwise. Then, I came to realize that he would not have wanted it that way and slowly I was able to listen to his music once again.

    Like many of you on this website, it was Jon Lord–along with band mate Ritchie Blackmore–that inspired me to learn to play instruments. It was the former that piqued my interest in orchestral music, and even to try my hand at scoring an orchestra. The man was a huge influence in my life. I could never afford a B3, but I managed an M3 that resides in the guitar bunker. The tone cabinet evokes that heavy reverb (Jon pronounced it “ruh-vuhb”) reminiscent of the early days. The names “Hammond” and “Jon Lord” are synonymous.

    Dr. Lord was too humble to ever admit to his being a musical genius–but he was. Putting together the Concerto on the fly in that short amount of time was improbable. To compose something with that depth in that amount of time while recording In Rock and touring should have been impossible. The orchestra was under-rehearsed, and perhaps some were less than enthusiastic–but it was musical history. There are string passages in the second movement that are among the most memorable in music.

    His orchestral career was rather short, but the body of work will cement his name in history. Years from now, a young kid will discover the Concerto–as I did as a kid–and it will inspire him as it inspired me. I was just shy of five years old when the Concerto came out, and fifteen when I discovered it. At least my life overlapped it–I can say I was “there” in 1969–even if I wasn’t actually there at the Royal Albert Hall when the Concerto was performed.

    Thank-you, Jon…for all the years and all the music. I certainly would not be the person I am today without you.

  18. 18
    Ivica says:

    artist Jon Lord
    great concert, classicist Jon

    Thanks for all the years, thanks to Deep Purple

    Rest in peace

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