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Video from 13/03/2012

A Song a day

A world tour in music and images

From March 19, every working day, a video of a musician will be posted on our website and partner sites. To do this, (...)

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Video from 31/05/2012

A Song a Day: Pablo Golder (diatonic accordion)

La jeune fille du grand monde – Bagnole

For the last ten years Pablo (Los Pablos, Manimoen, The White Russians, I Fratello Tarzanelli) has gotten into diatonic (...)

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Video from 30/05/2012

A Song a Day: Tristan Driessens (oud) and Robbe Kieckens (bendir)

Soolmaan

Tristan Driessens, oud player (Balacordes, Trio Qadmoyo…) and percussionist Robbe Kieckens (Balacordes, Myrdinn de (...)

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Video from 29/05/2012

A Song a Day: Yahya Mojtaba (tar)

Chor-Zandegi

Yahya (of the group Parsian) plays tar and setar, 2 Iranian instruments which are not common in our flat country. Yahya (...)

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Video from 25/05/2012

A Song a Day: Laila Amezian (vocals) and Anja Naucler (cello)

Muwashah

The group TriOde is dedicated to working at the crossing point between cultures, between the Arab, classical and jazz (...)

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Video from 24/05/2012

A Song a Day: Moussa Niang ‘Diabate’ (vocals) and Désiré Somé (guitar)

Xalé (« The Children »)

Senegalese singer Moussa Niang (nicknamed Moussa Diabate) has worked with the biggest names in Malian music. He was one (...)

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Video from 23/05/2012

A Song a Day: Bert Cornelis (sitar)

Dwani

Bert Cornelis plays part of the raga Kaushik Dhwani. Indian classical music has very strict rules but, within its (...)

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Video from 22/05/2012

A Song a Day: Gaspard Vanardois (banjo)

Flatbush Waltz – Bulgaria

Gaspard Vanardois is a classically-trained guitarist and multi-instrumentalist whose musical journey has been shaped by (...)

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Video from 21/05/2012

A Song a Day: Tcha Limberger (guitar) and Illés Ferenc (guitar)

Danse Norvegienne

Tcha Limberger, of Belgian descent, is the son of guitarist Vivi Limberger (of the Waso Quartet) and the grandson of (...)

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Video from 16/05/2012

A Song a Day: Karim Baggili (oud) en Mohamed Al Mokhlis (viool)

Soleil A Trois Pattes

Autodidactische gitaar- en oudspeler Karim speelt samen met Mohamed, een specialist in de Arabische manier van (...)

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Video from 15/05/2012

A Song a Day: Raquel Gigot (accordion) and Rudy Velghe (nyckelharpa)

Menuet Ardennais

Raquel and Rudy revive a minuet from the Ardennes, dating from the 19th century, when the fiddle dominated festive (...)

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Video from 14/05/2012

A Song a Day: Klody Ndongala (guitar and vocals)

l n’y a que toi (dans mon coeur à moi)

Klody has long been established as a staple of Belgian-Congolese world music. For Muziekpublique’sanniversary he’s chosen (...)

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Video from 11/05/2012

A Song a Day: Tomassenko (vocals) and Michel Massot (tuba)

Baloeieros

The roguish duo made up of Tomassenko and Michel Massot offers Muziekpublique a birthday present of ‘Baloeieros’, a (...)

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Video from 10/05/2012

A Song a Day: Jowan Merckx (recorder)

Le Pivert

Jowan Merckx’s career as a player of wind instruments began at the age of 8 when he played bugle in his village’s brass (...)

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Video from 09/05/2012

A Song a Day: Miguel Allo (gaïta) and Filip Lambrechts (guitar) from Camaxe

Paixón e ira – Bérrame que son feliz!

Miguel and Filip are two essential components of the group Camaxe, founded by Miguel (among other things) to perform (...)

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Video from 08/05/2012

A Song a Day: Serigne CM Gueye (bongo)

Galgui

In this clip, master percussionist Serigne plays bongo at Muziekpublique’s 10th anniversary. This instrument is widely (...)

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Video from 07/05/2012

A Song a Day: Didier Laloy (diatonic accordion)

Tragédie Légo

Etienne Bours : _"For years, Didier Laloy has been recognized as one of the most active proponents of the diatonic (...)

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Video from 04/05/2012

A Song a Day: Baptiste Argouarc’h (self-built 5-string violin)

Carranroe/Extreel

Self-taught vioinist Baptiste Argouarc’h spent only 5 years attending music classes and later studied instrument-making. (...)

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Video from 03/05/2012

A Song a Day: Osuna

Soguk kuyu zeybegi (‘The Zeybek of the "cold pit")

Osuna is a Belgian project that builds bridges between Anatolia and southern Siberia, past and present. The Turkish (...)

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Video from 02/05/2012

A Song a Day: Moufadhel Adhoum (oud)

I La Sadiqui

This piece for oud, entitled ‘’I La Sadiqui’, is composed and played by the Tunesian Moufadhel Adhoum. It represents a (...)

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Belem & The MeKanics

New creation by Didier Laloy & Walter Hus

Didier Laloy is back with his newest creation and a new album: Belem & The MeKanics. He reinvents the world of Belem (his famed duo with cellist Kathy Adam) in collaboration with the creative (...)

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Maria Mazzotta & Redi Hasa (Italy/Albania) The World Music Chain #2: Asad Qizilbash (Pakistan) & surprise guest

CD-release ‘Novilunio’

When the Italian singer Maria Mazzotta and the Albanian Redi Hasa came to Muziekpublique to present their first album, the almost perfect dialogue between voice and cello made a lasting (...)

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Hamilton De Holanda (Brazil)

Chora Bruxelas Festival

As part of the ‘Chora Bruxelas Festival’, a choro festival which will take place in Brussels from the 8th to the 10th December, we are proud to welcome the great mandolin-player Hamilton De (...)

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