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The Robert Bosscher Quartet Plays Sinter Jazz

by The Robert Bosscher Quartet

The Dutch answer to all those American Christmas songs interpreted with groovy and swinging Jazz. These are steaming arrangements of old Dutch Sinterklaas songs. The all-star New York based line-up is a guarantee for musical excellence.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Zie Ginds Komt De Stoomboot
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4:00 $1.99
2. Zie De Maan Schijnt Door De Bomen
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5:06 $1.99
3. Daar Wordt Aan De Deur Geklopt
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5:43 $1.99
4. Hoor Wie Klopt Daar Kinderen
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3:59 $1.99
5. De Zak Van Sinterklaas
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5:11 $1.99
6. Hoor De Wind Waait Door De Bomen
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Album Notes
Listening to the old Dutch Sinterklaas songs, you might wonder why they have not been recorded by major platinum selling artists. Many great American recording artists have acknowledged the great quality of their Christmas songs. Because of the wonderful melodies of the Dutch songs, New York based Jazz pianist Robert Bosscher decided it was high time to change the situation. In the wonderful Tedesco Studio in New Jersey he recorded a Sinterklaas Jazz Album with his all-star New York Quartet. Hopefully this will not cause too much tension this Holiday season, since the album turned out beyond expectations. I'm afraid the release of this album will only worsen the already very competitive relationship between Santa Claus and Sinterklaas.



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Steven Sellies

Now this is Music!
Now this is Music! A great tribute to those wonderful melodies we know so well. Performed with musical excellence and sublime orginality.