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Another Koek

Cora Dellebeke, Stefan Knuijt

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1.1
That's Another Koek
Kees Nijsse; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
9:13
1.2
Invention No. 1 in C Major, BWV 772 (Arr. for Tuba & Marimba)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
1:19
1.3
Invention No. 4 in D Minor, BWV 775 (Arr. for Tuba & Marimba)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
0:58
1.4
Invention No. 10 in G Major, BWV 781 (Arr. for Tuba & Marimba)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
1:15
Sketches on a Theme from Bartok's Mikrokosmos  
1.5
I. Allegro
Stefan Knuijt; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
1:00
1.6
II. Moderato
Stefan Knuijt; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
2:25
1.7
III. Vivo
Stefan Knuijt; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
1:44
1.8
IV. Mysterioso - Allegro con fuoco
Stefan Knuijt; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
5:50
Music for Tuba & Timpani  
1.9
I. Deciso
Stephen Gryc; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
2:09
1.10
II. Lirico
Stephen Gryc; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
3:30
1.11
III. Energico
Stephen Gryc; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
2:15
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080  
1.12
Canone all'ottava (Arr. for Tuba & Marimba)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
2:45
1.13
Desolation Mountain
Kees Nijsse; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
5:20
1.14
Romance Study No. 2
Stefan Knuijt; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
5:38
2 Inglorious Pieces  
1.15
No. 1, German March
Martijn Padding; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
5:58
1.16
No. 2, Padding's Polder Tango
Martijn Padding; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
4:04
A Peculiar Collection, Pt. 4  
1.17
Dance, Dance, Dance!
Kees Nijsse; Cora Dellebeke; Stefan Knuijt
2:59
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:22
A hot-tempered troublemaker with a violent temperment and an arrogant personality, Louis Marchand was a virtuoso harpsichordist and organist to King Louis XIV. On the present release, Ewa Mrowca presents his Suite en re mineur, Suite en sol mineur, and La Venitienne. Ewa MROWCA was born in Kraków, Poland. She started studying the harpsichord at the age of 12. She graduated with honors from the Music Academy in Kraków, where she studied with Elzbieta Stefanska. She also completed her studies under Nicholas Parle at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, and with Jörg-Andreas Bötticher at the Schola Canto-rum Basiliensis in Basel. She performs as a soloist and with early music ensembles including Altberg Ensemble, Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense, Capella dell’Ospedale della Pietà Venezia, and Il Giardino d’Amore. In addition to Poland, she has performed in France, Germany, Spain, China, Japan and the United States.
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