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2020 Songs of War & Peace
Recorder & String QuartetDuration: ca. 25' A suite in 5 movements for recorder and string quartet based on Bohemian, German, and Dutch folksongs from the Thirty Year's War.
Written for Peter Holtslag and the Bennewitz Quartet
II. Fantasia super 'Dunkle Wolke'
III. Scherzo: Grimmig Tod & Heilig Kind
IV. Es ist ein Schnitter der heisst Tod
2016c I look o'er Yander
two recorder quintets (SATTB - ATTB,GB) and optional alto recorder soloistDuration: 9' Written for the Lyme Regis Recorder Courses 2016
2012b The Bridal Kiss
Recorder quartet T-T-B-GBDuration: 4' Scenes from a Jewish wedding ritual, with Klezmer influences. Published by Tre Fontane].
2012a Ludwig was here (wasn't he)...
Alto recorder and pianoDuration: ca. 14' This is the version for recorder and piano of the 3rd movement of my duo sonata for violin and piano. Published by Edition Tre Fontane. A midi version of the piano (for practising purpose) is available.
2011a Stamping Ground (for Angels)
Recorder quartet SATBDuration: ca. 4' Based on the estampita Tre Fontane, and dedicated to Edition Tre Fontane, Münster, Germany, in celebration of their 10th anniversary.
A recording by the Flanders Recorder Quartet, together with Catch (an Angel) and fall of 2012.
2008a From near and from afar
Carillon and recorder player at a distance (treble renaissance and alto baroque recorders)Duration: 12' Written for Arie Abennes and Saskia Coolen, commissioned and funded by the Utrecht Carillon Society as part of the celebration of their eightieth birthday.
2007b Recorders Without Borders
Recorders A(A,T) T(T,B)BB ad lib.Duration: ca. 5' Four graded pieces for recorder quartet or sextet ad lib.
Published by Edition Tre Fontane, Münster.
2007a2 Over the Water
tenor recorder and pianoDuration: 2' for Sas and Mas ...who both came from 'over the water'. Published by Tre Fontane
2006c Catch (an Angel)
Recorders SAATDuration: 60 sec. For Brisk Recorder Quartet at its 20th anniversary. First performance in Paris, September 23 2006, at the Institut Neérlandais.
1999a The Water-Call
Recorders SSATBB, harp (or 2 guitars)Duration: 8' For the Praetorius Ensemble, cond. Norbert Kunst, premiere: Utrecht 1999
1996b Theatre Tango
Recorders ATBBDuration: 4' Originally part of incidental music for 'Groeten uit zee' (Greetings from the Sea) 1996a
1996a Groeten uit zee (een muzikale vertelling) [Greetings from the Sea; a musical narrative]
narrator/singer, 4 recorderplayers with various recorders, harpDuration: 40' For Brisk Recorder Kwartet Amsterdam, 1st perf. Haarlem, Concertgebouw Produced by David Prins, voice: Maureen Sariparnussa, commissioned by North-Holland Philharmonic Orchestra's Educational Service and the Provinc Noord- Holland, financially supported by the ThuisKopie Fonds.
Text: Joke van Leeuwen
1994a Voci, voci
(tenor)recorderDuration: 9' For Peter Holtslag, 1st perf. Amsterdam, IJsbreker
1993 Bye bye, blues (C-U, Jesus)
Renaissance recorders ATBDuration: 4' For La Fontegara Amsterdam, with support of the Pro Music Foundation 1st perf. Germany, Münster 1993
2 recordersDuration: 3' Incidental music for the folk play 'Fulco the Minstrel' IJsselstein 1992
1991d The Party
Recorders SATB/SATBDuration: 7' Commissioned by SONBU (supported by the Fonds voor de Schepppende Toonkunst), 1st perf. Open Dutch Recorder Days 1992, Utrecht
Renaissance recorders ATBB Movements: I - II (poco largo) - III - IV (coda)Duration: 17' For Brisk Recorder Quartet Amsterdam; 1st perf. at the Warwick Festival (UK) 1992
renaissance recorders STBDuration: 2'30" 1st perf. Münster, Germany, by La Fontegara Amsterdam
1988-89 Blocks / Blokken
Blocks / BlokkenDuration: 60' mezzosoprano, renaissance recorders (SS, S, A (in G), T, B, Cb, one player) two percussionists, tape
Text: Plath, Auden, Yeats
1987 Adagio, non adagio
Variable trio: oboe (or violin or altorecorder), horn (or bassoon or cello) and harpsichord (or piano).Duration: 7' For Trio La Luna
1986 So Tear
Three renaissance recordersDuration: 16' Written for La Fontegara Amsterdam, 1st perf. Venlo, Museum Van Bommel Van Dam