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In the Netherlands, time sings

Of course, it takes Italians to make this poetic statement about the Netherlands, the headline of this article. The old Italian saying refers to the carillon that signals time in public spaces. Typical tradition of the Low Countries. Since the fourteenth century. Nice and practical, of course, because then the whole city knows what time it is. Does everyone hear hits from the seventeenth century anno 2020. Because melodies from the music collection Der Fluyten Lusthof by Jacob van Eyck (blind, carillonneur and recorder player) sound...

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Brechtje Roos

listen differently . hear more . set people and organisations in motion . stage person . presentation . social-artistic Brechtje Roos (1972) is a music storyteller. Speaker. Programme maker, publicist & founder of Hoor! Originally a musician. Speaks, writes and enthuses from music. She cares about the position and image of performing artists and likes to make herself heard. Making it clear in a seriously light-hearted tone how things work behind the scenes is her mission for the time being. That can only make the world a more beautiful place. A suivre!View Author posts

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