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Pär Lindh

Pär Lindh
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Pär Lindh is a founding member of the Swedish symphonic prog group Pär Lindh Project. Before turning to working in a band he had several careers: church organist, as a touring classical pianist, as a solo harpsichordist, as drummer, as Hammond organist, as jazz & ragtime entertainer etc. During 1977 and 1978 he played in Antenna Baroque and Vincebus Eruptum, but he decided to leave the rock scene in 1979 to become a classical player. He moved to France to continue this career. In 1989 he returned to Sweden determined to once again take up the banner of progressive rock.
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Pär Lindh Project — Gothic Impressions Pär Lindh Project — Gothic Impressions
(Crimsonic CLSCD101, 1994, CD)

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