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    Tygogar

    6 years ago

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    This new Brilliant Classics 2 CD-set of the Etudes by the Dutch pianist Jeroen Van Veen is the first of two releases of this repertoire at the end of ; watch for Jenny Lin's version to come along real soon/5(10).
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    Mujora

    6 years ago

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    Recording locations: Van Veen Productions, Studio 1, Culemborg All recordings have also been released as: Waves, Piano Collection © Jeroen Van Veen, Piano Mania Contact Me.
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    Tygolar

    6 years ago

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    Preview, buy and download high-quality MP3 downloads of Satie: Complete Vexations by Jeroen van Veen from zdigital Australia - We have over 19 million high quality tracks in our store.
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    Zolosho

    6 years ago

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    Gymnopedie 1,2,3 Gnossienne 1,2,3,4,5,6 Petite ouverture a danser Piece Froides, 4,5,6 Gymnopedie nr 1 in tuning Released: March Recorded in Culemborg, Studio 1, Van Veen Productions.
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    Keramar

    6 years ago

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    Vudokora

    6 years ago

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Nyman: Complete Piano Music - Jeroen van Veen on AllMusic -
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    Digrel

    6 years ago

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    Kesho

    6 years ago

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    This Satie four-hand collection actually is more than complete. In addition to the composer’s own original works and transcriptions, the superb Dutch husband and wife duo Sandra and Jeroen van Veen throw in Darius Milhaud’s transcription of Cinéma (the Entr’acte from the ballet Relache), along with Jeroen van Veen’s duet arrangement of the first and third Gymnopédies in Debussy’s.