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Wim Dijkgraaf

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Wim is concidered one of the leading jazz harmonica players on this planet. Born 4-10-1970 in The Netherlands, Wim played organ, clarinet and slide- trombone when just a kid. Later he studied Composition, Contemporary Music at the conservatory of Tilburg, NL, with the Rumanian composer Alexandru Hrisanide. At this stage he also immersed himself in the world of jazz harmonica intensively; a trip that lasted for seven years. After four sabbatical years he picked up the thread again in 2002. He is active in both Europe and Brasil as a contemporary composer and harmonica player in various formations

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Article: Record Label Profile

Dot Time Records: Placing the Artist in the Center

Read "Dot Time Records: Placing the Artist in the Center" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


One of the problems with the record industry is the potential distance between label owners and artists. This is especially the case with major labels, where there are many people involved in music production who care more about sales than the vision of the artist. Then there's a label like Dot Time Records ...

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Article: Album Review

Maria Mendes: Along the Road

Read "Along the Road" reviewed by John Kelman


Virtuosity needn't be on display at every moment; restraint, in fact, is an important yet often overlooked aspect of true virtuosity. Norma Winstone is a clear example; certainly capable of plenty, more often than not the British singer's performances are defined by nuance, subtlety and a direct line to the heart of the music. Maria Mendes ...


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