Island-Hopping in the Musical Archipelago. The Work of Peter Vermeersch
(Christophe Verbiest) The Low Countries - 1999, № 7, pp. 240-243
The composer Peter Vermeersch is especially concerned to evoke images in his listeners' minds. Given the choice, he'll call himself a notemonger - someone who doesn't sit around waiting for inspiration, but is concerned with discipline, with music as craftmanship. Like the countryman, as he once said, tending his smallholding day in day out.
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