Hewald Jongenelis - Plan Voor Bronbemaling album download
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- Bass – Erik Jan Kuiper
- Drums – Berend Strik, Frank Berbée
- Guitar, Bass – Egbert Aerts
- Organ – Adriaan Krabbendam, Fons De Baedts, Sylvie Zijlmans
- Saxophone – Tim Driessen
No Titles Were Given To The 12 Tracks.
Recorded In Amsterdam, February 1992.
Hewald Jongenelis 33 t stereo. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Recordings by Hewald Jongenelis, Speleocombo, Yzeren Ui and others. Original 1992 mix. Includes unlimited streaming of 33 t stereo via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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1993 Paul Klemann (drawing) ; Hewald Jongenelis for Plan voor bronbemaling (graphic art). 1994 Ed Gebski (painting) ; Ida Lohman for De Linnenkast (The Linen Closet) (Theatre & Visual Arts). 1996 Paul Kooiker (photography). 1997 Femke Schaap for De terugkeer van de kolossale man (The return of the gigantic man) (sculpture) ; Alicia Framis for The Walking Monument (Art & Public Space). 1998 Paul Nassenstein (drawing) ; Agata Zwierzyñska for Listen, the Telephonebook (graphic art). 1999 Charlotte Schleiffert (painting) ; Cees Krijnen for The art of Divorce (Theatre & Visual Arts)
1993 Paul Klemann (drawing) ; Hewald Jongenelis for Plan voor bronbemaling (graphic art). 1999 Charlotte Schleiffert (painting) ; Cees Krijnen for The art of Divorce (Theatre & Visual Arts)
The Plan is an archival compilation album of early demo recordings by British new wave band Tubeway Army (the band name originally used by Gary Numan), released in 1984. While the demos on The Plan were originally recorded in 1977 and 1978, they remained unreleased until September 1984 when Numan's former label, Beggars Banquet Records, issued them a year after Numan left the label.
Hewald Jongenelis, Sylvie Zijlmans, 2010. The Insurrectionists Progression. Hewald Jongenelis, Sylvie Zijlmans, 2010.
In 2001, Zijlmans and Jongenelis moved from the busy Jordaan neighbourhood to Amsterdam-Noord. Their new environment found its way into their work in a very natural way. Their conversations with local residents highlighted several social issues. Concerns about changes to their neighbourhood, which is growing in popularity, turn out to be a recurring theme. For ‘The Magnetic North’ these local, yet universally recognisable issues have been translated into several performances, filmed on location in collaboration with the local community.