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Cro Magnon & [Bub]


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For this project, several Flemish folk musicians were invited to participate. “Brosella” refers to Brussels, and is also a fine 2 days free festival in a beautiful park-podium location near the Atomium-monument in Brussels, with one day Jazz and one day folk performances. The specific track titles refer to several places and facts, mostly only known to people who are living in Brussels. The release seems to have received support from the Ministry of the Flemish Community. Inside Belgium/Flanders however there wasn’t the deserved attention. The style, compared to the earlier releases, is a mature, and for the most tracks, a relaxed piece, which holds the middle between composed urban chamber music, with folk elements included this time too, especially how Flemish folkmusic at his best generally is consumed, slightly entertaining and rhythmic but also varied, (herefore Bub , a folk-band is responsible), and a somewhat documentary-like character in(to) the composition. 6 of 10 songs are by Geert Waegeman , who leads the urban chamber music style composition. Kim Delcour is another leading member for this project-group, who plays bagpipes and flutes. He has his share in the composition and performance, and composed three separate pieces as well, from which “Fanfare de l’abattoire” is my favourite, for it’s humour, mix etc… The violinist Rik Verstrepen composed one other piece. Also “Noordstation” after “Fanfare…” is mixed with optimal dynamism.

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