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Horns Rule: French Horn Rebellion – “Presentation”

  • August 23, 2017
  • 2 min read
Horns Rule:  French Horn Rebellion – “Presentation”
Photo: Kelly Bolter

French Horn Rebellion


Ok, this is one of the oddest pieces of music ever.  First off, let me tell, “Presentation” by French Horn Rebellion is a tremendous dance song, one of the best I’ve heard.  The thing that blows me away is that, besides vocals, cow bell, bass, and a synth solo, this song is all done on French Horns?!?!  Yeah, that’s what I said. Comprised of brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari, electro-funk group French Horn Rebellion brings so much energy to music.  All I know is this is a great song, fun as all get out, and a little weird.  I love this description about the song content:

French Horn Rebellion’s Robert Perlick-Molinari details, “We’ve all been there. It’s rare, but it happens. You go on a first date, and you immediately fall in love. What a predicament. You’re lovesick, but in that moment, you don’t even know if the object of your affection is interested! What do you do? Nobody likes a ‘nice guy,’ but then again… nobody likes a creep. Conventional wisdom says you gotta walk the line between who you are, and who you want to be— your presentation is all you got. But will this truly save you from heartache, or just send you farther down the path of insecurity?”

Check out this song.  Dance.  Get your French Horn out now.

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