Freek de Jonge - Zaansch Veem 1 album flac
Title: Zaansch Veem 1
Style: Spoken Word
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Frederik "Freek" Jan Georg de Jonge (born 30 August 1944) is a Dutch cabaret performer and writer. De Jonge was born in Westernieland as son of a pastor. His family moved to Workum, and later to Zaandam and Goes. At age 11, De Jonge had his first performance on stage. After barely making it through high school, he studied cultural anthropology in Amsterdam. During his studies he met Bram Vermeulen and Johan Gertenbach, and they formed a group of comedy performers, Neerlands Hoop In Bange Dagen.
Freek de Jonge staat niet alleen als cabaretier op het toneel. Zo speelde hij de nar in King Lear bij het Nationaal Toneel. Tijdens het Theater Festival in 1994 speelde hij in de voorstelling Minetti, een stuk van de Oostenrijkse schrijver Thomas Bernhard. Begin jaren tachtig maakte Freek de Jonge met regisseur Jos Stelling de film De Illusionist, in 1986 verscheen De Jonges film De Kkkomediant
Besides performing in cabaret, Freek de Jonge has written the novels Zaansch Veem (1987), Neerlands Bloed (1991) and Opa's Wijsvinger (1993). He has been the host of some television shows and wrote two films: The Illusionist (1983) and De Komediant (1986). He also wrote a hip hop song with Dutch rapper Brainpower. In 1994, Freek de Jonge started to work with Nits. An album was released in 1995: Dankzij de Dijken. Freek de Jonge continued to work with their keyboard player Robert Jan Stips: Stips released two albums: Gemeen Goed in 1997 then Rapsodia in 1998. A cover of Bob Dylan's Death is not the end reached the first place of the Dutch charts in 1997. The musical co-operation with Robert Jan Stips continues to this day. 1997-present. From 1997 to October 2000, Freek de Jonge was a columnist of the daily newspaper Parool.
Freek de Jonge, Frederik Freek Jan Georg de Jonge born 30 August 1944 is a Dutch cabaret performer and writer Contents 1 Biography 11 Early life and career 1. Besides performing in cabaret, Freek de Jonge has written the novels Zaansch Veem 1987, Neerlands Bloed 1991 and Opa's Wijsvinger 1993 He has been the host of some television shows and wrote two films: The Illusionist 1983 and De Komediant 1986 He also wrote a hip hop song with Dutch rapper Brainpower In 1994, Freek de Jonge started to work with Nits
Freek de Jonge leest Zaansch Veem 3 copies. De bedevaart 3 copies. Leven na de dood en alle andere liedjes 2 copies. Freek de Jonge is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Freek de Jonge is composed of 4 names. You can examine and separate out names.
Freek de Jonge is also an acclaimed writer. He wrote three novels: 'Zaansch Veem' (1987), 'Neerlands Bloed' (1991) and 'Opa's Wijsvinger' (1993). He directed two films: 'De Illusionist' (1983) and 'De Komediant' (1986). Every once in a while De Jonge draws attention as a recording musician. He wrote a hip hop song with Dutch rapper Brainpower and, in 1994, worked with Dutch band, Nits, under the name Frits. They performed covers of old Neerlands Hoop songs, translated Nits songs into Dutch and recorded newly written material.
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|ISBN 90.5444.162.3, NUGI 300/017||Freek de Jonge||Zaansch Veem 1 (2xCass, Cas)||Uitgeverij I.C., Uitgeverij I.C.||ISBN 90.5444.162.3, NUGI 300/017||Netherlands||1991|
|ISBN 90.5444.303.0, NUGI 300/017||Freek de Jonge||Zaansch Veem 2 (2xCass, Cas)||Uitgeverij I.C., Uitgeverij I.C.||ISBN 90.5444.303.0, NUGI 300/017||Netherlands||1991|
|ISBN 90 5444 724 9, NUR 077||Freek de Jonge||Freek de Jonge Leest "Zaansch Veem" (4xCD, Album, RE)||Rubinstein, Rubinstein||ISBN 90 5444 724 9, NUR 077||Netherlands||2004|