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Bram Heemskerk

soccer in the Concertgebouw + big steel instruments on traffic circles

July 31, 2010 at 10:55 AM

While ordening my home I found this photo in a newspaper in 2003 where a national soccerplayer played during his retirement in the Concertgebouw. All chairs out of the hall and articificial grass in it.

I was on a conservatoryexam of a harpplayer. She had made photo's of herself with a big harp on a traffic circle in Capelle on the IJssel near Rotterdam in the composerarea (You can see Gounod on a photo in the Gounodstreet= Goudnodstraat). I asked where she took those photo's and made more photo's of a trumput, guitar, 4 desks and the violinkey in front of the 5 lines and a violinist and a cello on an electrical house.


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