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Suite : for orchestra / Leo Smit; free arrangement and orchestration by Godefroid Devreese and Bob Zimmerman

体裁: 管弦乐队
子体裁: Orchestra
乐器: picc 2fl 2ob(eh) 2cl cl-b 2fg 4h 2tpt 3trb timp perc hp cel str

Quintette à Cuivre / Leo Smit; arranged by Bob Zimmerman

体裁: 室内乐
子体裁: Wind Quintet
乐器: 2tpt h trb tb

Red, white and blues : Dutch new blues pieces, for piano, 1996-2006, Volume 2

体裁: 室内乐
子体裁: Piano
乐器: pf

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Quintette à Cuivre / Leo Smit; arranged by Bob Zimmerman

体裁: 室内乐
子体裁: Wind Quintet
乐器: 2tpt h trb tb

 

作曲家

Zimmerman, Bob

国籍: Netherlands

Zimmerman was born in 1948 in Amsterdam. He grew up in a cultural family and wrote his first compositions at the age of seven. He studied at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague clarinet and then followed a second study piano as the main instrument. After his studies he worked for several theater productions, where he quickly made a name.
Bob Zimmerman wrote other music for the short film "The Wimshurst machine" by Erik van Zuylen (1978) and the feature film "An Bloem" Peter Oosthoek (1983). The album with the music of this film was played by the Schoenberg Ensemble conducted Reinbert and won an Edison in 1984.
In 1982 he began a collaboration with comedian Seth Gaaikema, which would last until 2000. He is, since 1995, the vocal coach of the a cappella vocal group Montezuma's Revenge. He is one of the regular arrangers of the Metropole Orchestra. In 1989 he wrote his first film score for the film The Evenings Rudolf van den Berg. Then he made the scores For my baby (1997) Snapshots (2002), Tirza (2010) and Süskind (2012) and the music for the documentary Steel & Lavender Cornelis Verolme (2007), all under the direction of Van den Berg. In recent years he has worked on musical programs around the songs of Harry Bannink, Williams Vanessa and Toon Hermans.
Zimmerman has also worked for the Dutch Royal House. In 2000 and 2002 he made arrangements for two CDs of Princess Christina. In 2002 he also wrote the arrangement of the tango Adiós Nonino by Astor Piazzolla, which was played by bandoneon player Carel Kraayenhof at the wedding of Prince Willem-Alexander and Máxima Zorreguieta.

Source: bobzimmerman.nl