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Tom Dicke
1984 -
The Netherlands
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T. Dicke
Tom Dicke (1984) is a Dutch composer and pianist and works as a teacher at the MusicAllFactory in Tilburg. He graduated in 2006 from Music Composition at the Utrecht School of the Arts. Tom is regular pianist of comedian Jan Beuving, together with Patrick Nederkoorn they won the Annie M.G. Schmidt Prize for the song Die Geur. He is also a regular member of the jury of the Amsterdams Kleinkunst Festival. Tom is affiliated with the Koningstheateracademie as a teacher of music theory and ear training, and as a study career coach.
Source:https://www.koningstheateracademie.nl/tom-dicke/
Requiem voor een gevallen schip
Period:21st century
Composed in:2004
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Latin Requiem mass + texts by Ingmar Heytze, Harry Mulisch, Jan Eijkelboom, W.B. Yeats
Duration:27'
Requiem voor een gevallen schip (2004) for soprano and nine instruments, on texts by Ingmar Heytze, Harry Mulisch, Jan Eijkelboom, W.B. Yeats and the Requiem Mass.
Source:https://www.tomdicke.nl/werkenlijst
Requiem voor een gevallen schip (2004) contains:
01. Rise (7'21)
02. Surface (7'35)
03. Fall (12'28)
Source:booklet of cd

♫ 01. Rise
own release


♫ 02. Surface
own release


♫ 03. Fall
own release