Aspiring to Universality. The Music of Dirk Brossé
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Aspiring to Universality. The Music of Dirk Brossé

(Yves Knockaert) The Low Countries - 2000, № 8, pp. 290-291

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Dirk Brossé (1960-) is a Flemish all-round musician who over the last ten years has acquired international renown as a conductor and composer. As a composer, too, he is very versatile: he writes film music and concert music for various types of ensemble. His most personal pieces are those he calls ‘ethno-classical symphonies'.

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