Yan Tiersen on stage

I love the music of Yann Pierre Tiersen, the French composer and multi-instrumentalist. In 2001, he had his worldwide breakthrough with his film music for “The Fabulous World of Amélie” and the German film “Good Bye, Lenin!”. Tiersen’s striking musical style combines the most diverse types of music. Most of his pieces contain elements of French folk, chanson and musette, as well as rock and pop music. He plays most of his works alone, as a “one-man orchestra”. His favourite instruments are the piano, accordion, bass and guitar.

Information about taking this photo

  • Camera: CLT-L29
  • Focal length: 3.95mm
  • Aperture: ƒ/1.8
  • Shutter speed: 1/35s
  • ISO: 320
  • Location: 52° 31.2554′ 0″ N 13° 23.3501′ 0″ E
  • Caption: rhdr
  • Taken: 6 March, 2019

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