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Bram Heemskerk

Bree, Johannes B. van violin concerto in D minor unpublished

September 9, 2010 at 8:45 AM

In 2006 I heard the violin concerto in D minor (he wrote also another, but I think the orchestral score is lost, because I only found the [unpublished] solo part) in Amsterdam. They thought it was a world premiere recording, but a crtique a violinconcerto of van Bree was written in 1847 in Cecilia. In Amsterdam I found the score. A friend had made a recording of the audio from the radio:

Van Bree is more well known of his piece for 4 string quartets. 2 amateur string orchestra's play that piece, but I was not in 1 of the 4 string quartets:

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