Aaron Diehl

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I tried to paint a tonal narrative of how the whisky casks came together by incorporating two folk musical traditions, one from Kentucky and the other from Scotland. A Phd could parse Thelonious Monk or Bach and still not ever fully comprehend what makes their music a masterpiece. You could study the components of a Steinway and yet each sounds slightly different. You could taste a dozen whiskies, each created with the same ingredients. But at the end of the day, there's simply an element of mystery to it all.feedback
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Aaron Diehl has most recently been quoted in an article called What does a $9, 000 whisky taste-and sound-like?. Aaron Diehl said, “I tried to paint a tonal narrative of how the whisky casks came together by incorporating two folk musical traditions, one from Kentucky and the other from Scotland. A Phd could parse Thelonious Monk or Bach and still not ever fully comprehend what makes their music a masterpiece. You could study the components of a Steinway and yet each sounds slightly different. You could taste a dozen whiskies, each created with the same ingredients. But at the end of the day, there's simply an element of mystery to it all.”.
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