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Bram Heemskerk

Concert with unkown Dutch composers Daniël de Lange, Johannes van Bree, harpconcerto Nico Hermans

July 27, 2013 at 7:57 PM

In may I played with an amateurorchestra a concert with unkown Dutch composers. The symphony in c opus 4 of Daniël de Lange was on cd, so I made a video of my 1st violin score with that cd. The timpaniplayer was happy with that video because now she knows when she had to play. The Concerto for harp and orchestra (1978) of Nico Hermans was once played by another amateurochstra, so I used that audio to show the 1st violin score. I had no audio of the Feastouverture (1845) of Johannes van Bree, so I made a recording of our concert so I could show the 1st violin score with the audio (although it went quite false), so now you could get an impression of this piece.
One reaction on Youtube: Although the performance (of van Bree) was not very ideal, this is how many unknown masterworks are promoted.

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