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The concerto put in with a "Molto E Cantabile Misterioso". Beautiful set for so it completely. I can add to the Italian name a word. It is also very smooth in the ear, which is sweetened. However, the melody is there, does not encourage you to sing along: this means that you do not remember right away. Is that because it's what is dull? Part 2, 'Ben Ritmato' than anything else. That really puts in the necessary energetic percussion and the stress of our modern society vertolkend. The piano is also more powerful and more telling. Come Una Fantasia, part 3, has something floating, dreaming.

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The release of the soundtrack “In Flanders Fields” is finally here! In the shops since today, go and get your copy!

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JEF NEVE at Jazzahead Clubnight

“With this solo concert Neve not only lived up to his classic status of jazz pianist, but enriched the solo tradition within jazz with his open and impressionable view to boot.” [jazzenzo.nl]

A solo concert of Jef Neve is a blend of personal interpretations of existing songs, perfectly matched with his own compositions. More

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Jef Neve first soloconcert in The Netherlands! 

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Een jazzpianist die zijn eigen spel in de schijnwerpers zet met een soloconcert heeft doorgaans aspiraties richting de klassieke muziek of (be)vestigt hiermee zijn klassieke status als jazzpianist. De klassieke traditie van solerende pianisten is heel wat rijker dan die binnen de jazz, die pak 'm beet in 1975 begon met Keith Jarrett's ‘Köln Concert’.

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