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12.08 – Saturday – 12:05 pm

/ the tower of the Main Town Hall /

Ode to Terpsichoré, Muse of the Dance

Janno den Engelsman (The Netherlands)


Michael Praetorius (1571-1621)
Tańce z “Terpsychory” (opr. J. den Engelsman):

-La Bourree
-Ballet des coqs

Wim Franken (1922-2012)
Klockedans (Taniec dzwonów)

Jerzy Fryderyk Haendel (1685-1759)
Suite klawesynowa d-moll (opr. B.Winsemius):

-Sarabanda I&II

Gerard Hengeveld (1910-2001)
Cztery tańce na carillon:

-Spanish dance (Taniec hiszpański)
-Dutch peasant dance (Taniec niderlandzkich wieśniaków)
-Irish Jig (Irlandzki jig)
-Norwegian dance (Taniec norweski)

Janno den Engelsman (*1972)
La Folia – improwizacje na temat

Johann Kaspar Ferdinand Fischer (1656-1746)
Chaconne in d (z Musikalischer Parnassus, opr. B.Winsemius)


studied organ, harpsichord and church music at the Utrecht Conservatory and took private lessons with the organist Liuwe Tamminga in Bologna (Italy). In 2006, he was awarded the Sakko Cultuurprijs voor Kunsten en Letteren for his musical activities. He won prizes at several organ contests. In 2007, he took his Master’s at the Netherlands Carillon School in Amersfoort; he also attended carillon courses at the University College Roosevelt in Middelburg with Geert D’hollander.

He gave carillon recitals in Europe and the USA. Between 2009 and 2013 he was a board member of de Nederlandse Klokkenspel Vereniging, the Dutch guild of carillonneurs.

He teaches carillon at Bergen op Zoom Cultural Center and is city a carillonneur of the historical cities Zierikzee, with its 16th century chime, Bergen op Zoom and Middelburg.