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Frank Martin
Frank Martin (15 September 1890 – 21 November 1974) was a Swiss composer, who lived a large part of his life in the Netherlands.
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Bernard Haitink
Bernard Johan Herman Haitink (Dutch: [ˈbɛrnɑrt ˈɦaːi̯tɪŋk]; born 4 March 1929) is a Dutch conductor.
Conductor
Carlo Tessarini
Carlo Tessarini (1690 – after 15 December 1766), was an Italian composer and violinist in the late Baroque era. Tessarini was born 1690 in Rimini and died in Amsterdam, Netherlands aged 76.
Composer
Jacob Obrecht
Jacob Obrecht (also Hobrecht; 1457/8 – late July 1505) was a Low Countries (greater Netherlands) composer of Low Countries Renaissance music. He was the most famous composer of masses in Europe in the late 15th century, being e...
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Jacob van Eyck
Jonkheer Jacob van Eyck (c. 1590 – 26 March 1657) was a Dutch nobleman and musician. He was one of the best-known musicians in the Netherlands in the seventeenth century as a carillon player, organist, recorder virtuoso, and co...
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Jan Boerman
Jan Boerman (born June 30, 1923) has been in electronic music studios since 1959. He was born in The Hague. The Delft Polytechnic in Utrecht, from which the Institute of Sonology was developed, housed the first electronic music...
Composer
... The Netherlands Broadcasting Music Centre, responsible for the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic ... Orchestra, the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic, the Netherlands Radio Choir, the Metropole ... Orchestra, and the Netherlands Radio Music Library, is briefly profiled. The organization is living under ...
... The European premiere of Tan Dun's "Tea" was presented at the Muziektheater in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on January 7, 2003. ...
... experienced by those involved in three of the Netherlands preeminent music festivals: the Holland ...
Tom Netherland
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Ruled Out
Choir & Organ (2011) Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 8
... A court ruling in Middelburg, Netherlands, has prevented the famous organ cases of the 1479 Peter ...
... The Suffolk Organists' Association's four-day tour to The Netherlands is discused. The ...
Flentrop Fashion
Choir & Organ (2011) Vol. 19, No. 5, pp. 26-27
... Netherlands. Among the projects are restoration of historic pipe organs in Hamburg, Germany, as well as in the Dutch cities of Enkhuizen and Harlingen. ...
... the Hanze University in Groningen, Netherlands, and why it is worth it to study there. ...
Netherlands Radio Orchestras Under Threat
Gig (2010) Vol. 6, No. 19, pp. 1
... The Netherlands government's plan to shut down the Netherlands Broadcasting Music Centre (NBMC ... the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Radio Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, and Metropole ... Orchestra, as well as the Netherlands Radio Choir and the country's largest music library. The NBMC has set up a campaign Web site and an online petition. ...
... Discusses the popularity of the Dhrupad genre of North Indian classical music in the Netherlands ...
... Highlights from the 15th annual Rotterdam Philharmonic Gergiev Festival, held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, are presented. ...
... Music industry professionals briefly comment on key acts at the 25th Eurosonic Noorderslag Festival in Groningen, Netherlands, in January 2011. ...
... An April 4, 2007, concert presented by Little Feat at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, Netherlands, is reviewed. ...