Tolmun is a result of an effort to combine the two sounds - the electric guitar with the sound of bassoon into a clear music image. Instead of rhythmic instruments, which would take over the direction of music, the melodies of both instruments prevail. Sometimes they sank and fade in the dialog to wash ashore on the surface. Different artistic worlds of musicians Bernard Kogovšek and Jure Mesec flow into new, astonishing sensation which created the electric guitar and the bassoon. Bernard Kogovšek became actively engaged with the music as clarinettist in the wind orchestra Vrhnika. With friends he founded the band Hic et nunc in 1990, where he plays an electric guitar and lately he is also a guitar player in the bands The Frictions and Chris Eckman & The Last Side of the Mountain Band. In more than twenty years of playing in the alternative rock bands he realised six albums and took part on albums and concert scenes as a guest guitarist with successful foreign and home musicians. Tolmun is his first solo album with nine compositions. The bassoon arrangements contributed Jure Mesec, the established soloist from Orchestra SNG Opera and Ballet Ljubljana. As a soloist he performed also with well known orchestras as Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, RTV Slovenia Symphonic Orchestra and Orchestra SNG Opera and Ballet Ljubljana. He received many musical rewards on republic and nation level. The recording took place in the silence and tranquillity of former bee house on Vrhnika, which stands on the edge of the forest near the tolmun (river pool).