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Hoe Alles Oplost

by Nico Huijbregts

New chamber music pieces for different ensembles and players - influences: jazz, improvised music and contemporary classical music.
Genre: Avant Garde: Modern Composition
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1. Katatatatonie
Nico Huijbregts & Tui Clark
9:40 $0.99
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2. Farfánesque
Nico Huijbregts, Matthijs Koene, Jorge Isaac, Esra Pehlivanli, Marko Kassl & Enric Monfort
9:44 $0.99
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3. Only You
Nico Huijbregts, Hans Rijkmans, Kees Hilhorst, Francis Saunders & Maarten Jansen
12:06 $0.99
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4. A Passive Goal
Nico Huijbregts, Goska Isphording & Marieke Franssen
8:51 $0.99
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5. Hoe Alles Oplost
Nico Huijbregts & Kees Hilhorst
14:25 $0.99
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Album Notes
Critic François Couture wrote: "A new record from Nico Huijbregts, as a chamber music composer rather than as a pianist. The album is book-ended by very strong solo pieces: “Katatatatonie” for clarinet (Tui Clark) and “Hoe alles oplost” for violin (Kees Hilhorst). The latter, 15 minutes long, provides the album’s highlight; it is a gorgeous run through the Romantic era seen from a modernist’s point of view. There is also a string quartet (performed by the Alauda Quartet) that’s both seriously complex and ridiculously kitsch, as announced by its title: “Only you” (yes, that song) – I love it. A flute/harpsichord duet and a quintet with very strange instrumentation (blockflute, pan flute, viola, accordion, percussion) round up the album. I’m still disappointed that Huijbregts doesn’t play a single note throughout, but he proves to be a first-rate composer."

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