Yuri Honing Acoustic Quartet

GOLDBRUN

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Label: Challenge Records
UPC: 0608917344622
Catnr: CR 73446
Release date: 29 September 2017
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"Mariecke van der Linden and Yuri Honing are the surprise in Museum de Fundatie"

RTV Oost, 20-9-2018
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About the album

A plea for Europe
After his successful album Desire, saxophone player Yuri Honing presents a jazz disc breathing peace, serenity, tension and mysticism, inspired by Honing’s love for classical music, history and art.
The album’s central motives are Europe and heroism. In times in which people don’t always appreciate the value of Europe – 70 years of peace – Honing tells a compelling story. In order to explore Europe’s history, he chose Germany as a symbol for Europe with regards to writers, philosophers, composers and painters, a decision also partly based on the country’s resilience and its leading role in present-day Europe. He demands more pride about Europeans and the cultural DNA of our continent.
Honing was particularly inspired by the beauty of the music of Richard Wagner (1813-1883) and his student Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Both were defining in their music, albeit against the tastes of the times. Track 4, “Goldbrun IV”, processes these strands of inspiration.
The album title, Goldbrun, is a neologism. For Honing, it describes the way of composition of the album. The (harmonic) themes are weaved into a greater entity, characterised by the intervals of the central theme being minor seconds. This way of non-linear composition is based on John Coltrane.
He plays the 1961 album Lush Life’s “Like Someone in Love” without piano, allowing the listener a continuous overview.
Honing: “When I compose, I start with a core and from there I work my way to the fringes, just like harmonic structures that begin in the middle and spread out. Is a spherical affair, Goldbrun.”
All influences and collaborations around this project have created a complete work of art. In a second phase, the exhibition Goldbrun opens on 22 September 2018. It is a cooperation of artists Mariecke van der Linden and Yuri Honing in the Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle (NL), in a special room for installations, music and oil paintings.

Een pleidooi voor Europa
Saxofonist Yuri Honing komt na het succesvolle album Desire, wederom met een jazz album dat rust, sereniteit, spanning en mystiek ademt. De achtergrond is allesbehalve verwant aan jazz; Honing’s liefde voor klassieke muziek, geschiedenis en schilderkunst voeren de boventoon.

Centrale thema en aanleiding voor dit album is Europa en zijn helden. In deze tijden waarin mensen niet altijd de waarde van Europa en 70 jaar vrede beseffen, brengt Honing een verbindend verhaal. Tijdens zijn research naar de geschiedenis van Europa, koos hij Duitsland als symbool van het van Europa. Vanwege hun vele goede schrijvers, filosofen, componisten en schilders. En vanwege zijn veerkrachtigheid en de leidersrol die zij nu op zich nemen in Europa. Hij hoopt dat meer Europeanen trots zijn op het culturele DNA van dit continent.

Zo liet Honing zich inspireren door de schoonheid van de muziek van Richard Wagner (1813-1883) en zijn leerling Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Beiden waren vastbesloten in hun muziek, ook al paste deze niet in de smaak van de tijd. In track 4, Goldbrun IV, zijn deze twee inspiraties verwerkt.

Goldbrun, titel van het album, is een niet-bestaande term. Het betekent voor Honing de kern van waaruit hij componeert op dit album. De (harmonische) thema’s zijn vervlochten in een groter geheel, wat zich kenmerkt doordat elk tweede interval van het hoofdthema een kleine secunde is. Deze manier van niet-lineair componeren keek hij af van John Coltrane. Hij speelt op Lush Life (1961) Like Someone in Love zonder piano. Wat als gevolg heeft dat je op elk moment in de stuk het geheel hoort.
Honing: "Ik componeer vanuit een kern en werk vanuit daar naar de randen toe. Zo gaat dat ook met harmonische structuren, die beginnen in het midden en bouw je uit. Het is een bolvormig iets, de Goldbrun."

Door alle invloeden en samenwerking rondom dit project is het een Gesamtkunstwerk geworden. In een tweede fase, 22 september 2018, opent de tentoonstelling Goldbrun, een samenwerking van kunstenaar Mariecke van der Linden en Yuri Honing, in Museum De Fundatie in Zwolle, met een speciaal voor deze gelegenheid gebouwde geloofsruimte met installaties, muziek en olieverf.

Ein Plädoyer für Europa
Nach seinem erfolgreichen Album Desire präsentiert Saxophonist Yuri Honing ein Jazzalbum, das Frieden, Gelassenheit, Spannung und Mystik atmet, inspiriert durch Honings Liebe zur klassischen Musik, Geschichte und Kunst.
Das zentrale Thema und Motiv des Albums sind Europa und Heldentum. In Zeiten, in denen die Menschen nicht immer den Wert Europas erkennen - die 70 Jahre des Friedens - erzählt Honing eine verbindliche Geschichte. Zur Erforschung der Geschichte Europas wählte er Deutschland als Symbol für Europa in Hinblick auf Schriftsteller, Philosophen, Komponisten und Maler und auch wegen der Widerstandsfähigkeit und der Führungsrolle, die Deutschland aktuell in Europa einnimmt. Er fordert mehr Stolz auf die Europäer, auf die kulturelle DNA unseres Kontinents.

Besonders inspiriert ist Yuri Honing von der Schönheit der Musik Richard Wagners (1813-1883) und dessen Schülers Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Beide waren mit ihrer Musik bestimmend, obwohl sie nicht mit dem Geschmack der Zeit übereinstimmen. In Track 4, „Goldbrun IV“, werden diese beiden Inspirationen verarbeitet.
Goldbrun, Titel des Albums, ist ein nichtexistierender Begriff. Für Honing steht er für den Weg der Komposition dieses Albums. Die (harmonischen) Themen sind in einem größeren Ganzen verwoben; charakteristisch ist, dass jedes Intervall des Hauptthemas eine kleine Sekunde ist. Diesen Weg des nichtlinearen Komponierens schaute er von John Coltrane ab. Er spielt „Like Someone in Love“ (auf Lush Life, 1961) ohne Klavier. So können Sie das ganze Stück kontinuierlich überblicken.
Honing: "Ich komponiere von einem Kern und arbeite von dort bis zu den Rändern, ebenso wie harmonische Strukturen, die in der Mitte beginnen und sich ausbreiten. Es ist eine sphärische Sache, Goldbrun."
Durch alle Einflüsse und Kooperationen rund um dieses Projekt ist ein Gesamtkunstwerk entstanden. In einer zweiten Phase eröffnet am 22. September 2018 die Ausstellung „Goldbrun“, eine Kooperation der Künstler Mariecke van der Linden und Yuri Honing im Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle in einem besonderen Raum für Installationen, Musik und Ölmalerei.

Artist(s)

Yuri Honing (saxophone)

Honing had his first major success in 1996 with his album Star Tracks, which comprised recordings of pop songs as an alternative to the American Songbook. The album became a hit in the Netherlands and Germany, and gained significant notice in the UK as well. The album contains songs by Abba and The Police among others. Honing uses their material as a basis for improvisation; he gladly points out that jazz musicians of previous generations were doing exactly the same. The album Sequel that Honing records in 1999 is in the same vein, using material by Björk, Blondie and others. The CD Playing (1998) finds Honing performing alongside veteran pianist Misha Mengelberg in twelve freely improvised tracks. Two years later the project gets a sequel at the North Sea Jazz Festival, with cellist Ernst Reijseger as third improviser. The recordings find their way onto the CD Lively (2000). In 2001,...
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Honing had his first major success in 1996 with his album Star Tracks, which comprised recordings of pop songs as an alternative to the American Songbook. The album became a hit in the Netherlands and Germany, and gained significant notice in the UK as well. The album contains songs by Abba and The Police among others. Honing uses their material as a basis for improvisation; he gladly points out that jazz musicians of previous generations were doing exactly the same. The album Sequel that Honing records in 1999 is in the same vein, using material by Björk, Blondie and others.
The CD Playing (1998) finds Honing performing alongside veteran pianist Misha Mengelberg in twelve freely improvised tracks. Two years later the project gets a sequel at the North Sea Jazz Festival, with cellist Ernst Reijseger as third improviser. The recordings find their way onto the CD Lively (2000).
In 2001, Honing met Paul Bley and recorded the album Seven with Bley on piano, Gary Peacock on bass and Paul Motian ondrums. This album garnered Honing the Dutch Edison Award in 2002.[1] In The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings (Eighth Edition) this CD was recognized with four (out of five) stars.
Memory Lane is recorded by Honing in 2002, together with members of the Amsterdam based Concertgebouw Orchestra. It is his first project with musicians from the world of classical music.
In addition to his activities in acoustic and classical music, in 2005 Honing starts a new electric band, Wired Paradise. It features Tony Overwater (on bass guitar) and Joost Lijbaart plus the German guitarist Frank Möbus, best known for his work with the trio Der Rote Bereich.
The saxophonist enters into a new classical collaboration with the Metropole Orchestra in 2006. With conductor Vince Mendoza at the rostrum he records the CD Symphonic with this orchestra. Just like he considers contemporary pop music to be the continuation of the Great American Songbook, Honing sees a parallel between that particular song form and Franz Schubert's lieder. He therefore decides to record a full instrumental version of Schubert's song cycle Winterreise, accompanied by the classical pianist Nora Mulder (2007). He also uses Winterreise as the title for a special concert evening with guests which the saxophonist organizes every year on December 29 at the Amsterdam Paradiso.
In 2009 Honing forms an acoustic band with a chordal instrument for the first time! In his Acoustic Quartet Wolfert Brederode is the pianist, Ruben Samama on double bass, and Joost Lijbaart once again the drummer. That same year Honing also invites dance producer Floris Klinkert for a collaboration, resulting in the CD Phase Five. On this album Floris makes use of samples from the saxophonist's entire discography to produce new compositions. The resulting songs are sung by pop singers like Leine, Sarah Bettens (known of the band K's Choice) and Lilian Vieira (of the band Zuco 103); in addition Honing himself is featured as a soloist. January 2012 Yuri Honing won the Dutch Boy Edgar Prijs.
Other career highlights
  • 2001 Honing toured with Bley and bassist Charlie Haden.
  • 2003 He performed with guitarist Pat Metheny and bassist Scott Colley.
  • 2006 He recorded Symphonic with arranger and composer Vince Mendoza.
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Joost Lijbaart (drums)

Joost Lijbaart is a versatile drummer who uses a lot of different influences in his playing. Born in Amsterdam, he started drumming when he was seven years old. After several years of classical percussion lessons he went to the conservatory in Hilversum where he followed lessons from Cees Kranenburg, Marcel Serierse and Gerhard Jeltes. He graduated in 1991. During his study he went to Senegal (West-Africa) to take lessons in African percussion with the legendary DuDu and Ali un D’Aya Rose. Besides jazz, pop and improvised music he worked with modern classical music and dance. In 1990 he performed with students from the National Ballet Academy, played modern classical percussion music from Xenakis, Cage, Reich and worked in different projects with...
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Joost Lijbaart is a versatile drummer who uses a lot of different influences in his playing. Born in Amsterdam, he started drumming when he was seven years old. After several years of classical percussion lessons he went to the conservatory in Hilversum where he followed lessons from Cees Kranenburg, Marcel Serierse and Gerhard Jeltes. He graduated in 1991. During his study he went to Senegal (West-Africa) to take lessons in African percussion with the legendary DuDu and Ali un D’Aya Rose.
Besides jazz, pop and improvised music he worked with modern classical music and dance. In 1990 he performed with students from the National Ballet Academy, played modern classical percussion music from Xenakis, Cage, Reich and worked in different projects with Theo Loevendie and Louis Andriessen.
He formed with Yuri Honing the Yuri Honing Trio in 1989. With this group he did concerts and tours in more than 60 countries all over the world. During a tour in the Middle East in 1998 the trio was introduced to the music of the Arab world. The result was a bigger group called Orient Express with a Libanese singer and two musicians from Iraq. This group did several tours in the Middle East and the Netherlands. In 1993 he won the 15th Europe Jazz Contest with the Nicolas Thys trio. For this performance he received the “best drummer award”. In 1995 he joined the Michiel Borstlap sextet with Yuri Honing, Eric Vloeimans and Benjamin Herman. With this group they released the double CD the sextet live in 1996 and did several tours in the Netherlands. A tour in China in 1998 was filmed by Dutch documentary maker Jop Pannekoek.
From 1995 he works also with Agog a trio with guitar player Frank Wingold and bassguitar player Mark Haanstra. 
With this group Lijbaart won in 2002 the Dutch jazz competition and was awarded as best soloist from the contest by American drummer Elvin Jones. From 2002 Joost started his own quartet “group of friends” with Yuri Honing, Benjamin Herman and Mats Eilertsen. For this group he is also very active as a composer. He played on the North sea jazz festival with this band in 2003. A DVD of this concert was released in 2005.
Another new group is the duo with piano player Wolfert Brederode. A CD of this group will come out in Autumn 2006. With the duo they did a project with dancer and choreographer Lonneke van Leth. Also they played music on the spoken book Shadowchild from Dutch writer Frans Thomese.
This year Joost’s main groups are the Yuri Honing Acoustic Quartet and Wired Paradise, an exciting electro/rock group with Yuri Honing.

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Gulli Gudmundsson (double bass)

Wolfert Brederode (piano)

Dutch pianist Wolfert Brederode (1974) earned his masters degree in both classical and jazz piano at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. His refined and focused touch, his concern for the musical flow at any circumstance and his creativity are the hallmarks of his playing and he is being recognized as a highly personal and poetic voice in the jazz scene today. Apart from his activities as a performer Wolfert writes the music for his own ensembles and he also contributed compositions to several theatre- and dance productions.With groups such as the Wolfert Brederode Trio, Nimbus, the Wolfert Brederode Quintet and Susanne Abbuehl he has been performing at jazz clubs, theatres and concert halls throughout Europe, Canada and South Africa....
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Dutch pianist Wolfert Brederode (1974) earned his masters degree in both classical and jazz piano at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. His refined and focused touch, his concern for the musical flow at any circumstance and his creativity are the hallmarks of his playing and he is being recognized as a highly personal and poetic voice in the jazz scene today. Apart from his activities as a performer Wolfert writes the music for his own ensembles and he also contributed compositions to several theatre- and dance productions.With groups such as the Wolfert Brederode Trio, Nimbus, the Wolfert Brederode Quintet and Susanne Abbuehl he has been performing at jazz clubs, theatres and concert halls throughout Europe, Canada and South Africa. He appeared on major festivals such as the North Sea Jazz Festival, JazznoJazz, Jazztage Leverkusen, Jazz à Vienne, Molde, Banlieues Bleues, Montréal Jazz Festival, Nevers, Paris Jazz Festival, Cape Town, Brussels, Le Mans, Jazz d'Or, Cully and Vicenza. Concerts have been broadcasted on radio in the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, France and Iceland. TV-appearances in the Netherlands and Germany.The latest ensembles in which Wolfert is involved are a duo with drummer Joost Lijbaart, a quartet with Claudio Puntin-clarinets, Mats Eilertsen-double bass and Samuel Rohrer-drums and 'Prompter'; a project, initiated by bassist Gulli Gudmundsson and Wolfert, that focuses on music & sound for drama- and modern dance productions.Both as leader and sideman Wolfert can be heard on various cd productions for record labels such as A-Records, Daybreak, Buzz Records, Jazz in Motion and ECM Records.Wolfert has worked with artists such as David Liebman, Jeanne Lee, Arve Henriksen, Ack van Rooyen, John Ruocco, Rachel Gould, Ronan Guilfoyle, Angelo Verploegen, Tony Lakatos, Ed Verhoeff, Harry Sokal, Trygve Seim, Hans van Oosterhout, Stefan Lievestro, Kristina Fuchs, Michel Portal, Per Oddvar Johansen, Toon Roos, Rob Madna, Lucas Niggli, Tony Overwater, Jasper Blom, Jojo Mayer, Gerald Veasley, Wolfgang Puschnig, Cristina Branco & Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Eric Vloeimans and Yuri Honing.

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Composer(s)

Yuri Honing (saxophone)

Honing had his first major success in 1996 with his album Star Tracks, which comprised recordings of pop songs as an alternative to the American Songbook. The album became a hit in the Netherlands and Germany, and gained significant notice in the UK as well. The album contains songs by Abba and The Police among others. Honing uses their material as a basis for improvisation; he gladly points out that jazz musicians of previous generations were doing exactly the same. The album Sequel that Honing records in 1999 is in the same vein, using material by Björk, Blondie and others. The CD Playing (1998) finds Honing performing alongside veteran pianist Misha Mengelberg in twelve freely improvised tracks. Two years later the project gets a sequel at the North Sea Jazz Festival, with cellist Ernst Reijseger as third improviser. The recordings find their way onto the CD Lively (2000). In 2001,...
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Honing had his first major success in 1996 with his album Star Tracks, which comprised recordings of pop songs as an alternative to the American Songbook. The album became a hit in the Netherlands and Germany, and gained significant notice in the UK as well. The album contains songs by Abba and The Police among others. Honing uses their material as a basis for improvisation; he gladly points out that jazz musicians of previous generations were doing exactly the same. The album Sequel that Honing records in 1999 is in the same vein, using material by Björk, Blondie and others.
The CD Playing (1998) finds Honing performing alongside veteran pianist Misha Mengelberg in twelve freely improvised tracks. Two years later the project gets a sequel at the North Sea Jazz Festival, with cellist Ernst Reijseger as third improviser. The recordings find their way onto the CD Lively (2000).
In 2001, Honing met Paul Bley and recorded the album Seven with Bley on piano, Gary Peacock on bass and Paul Motian ondrums. This album garnered Honing the Dutch Edison Award in 2002.[1] In The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings (Eighth Edition) this CD was recognized with four (out of five) stars.
Memory Lane is recorded by Honing in 2002, together with members of the Amsterdam based Concertgebouw Orchestra. It is his first project with musicians from the world of classical music.
In addition to his activities in acoustic and classical music, in 2005 Honing starts a new electric band, Wired Paradise. It features Tony Overwater (on bass guitar) and Joost Lijbaart plus the German guitarist Frank Möbus, best known for his work with the trio Der Rote Bereich.
The saxophonist enters into a new classical collaboration with the Metropole Orchestra in 2006. With conductor Vince Mendoza at the rostrum he records the CD Symphonic with this orchestra. Just like he considers contemporary pop music to be the continuation of the Great American Songbook, Honing sees a parallel between that particular song form and Franz Schubert's lieder. He therefore decides to record a full instrumental version of Schubert's song cycle Winterreise, accompanied by the classical pianist Nora Mulder (2007). He also uses Winterreise as the title for a special concert evening with guests which the saxophonist organizes every year on December 29 at the Amsterdam Paradiso.
In 2009 Honing forms an acoustic band with a chordal instrument for the first time! In his Acoustic Quartet Wolfert Brederode is the pianist, Ruben Samama on double bass, and Joost Lijbaart once again the drummer. That same year Honing also invites dance producer Floris Klinkert for a collaboration, resulting in the CD Phase Five. On this album Floris makes use of samples from the saxophonist's entire discography to produce new compositions. The resulting songs are sung by pop singers like Leine, Sarah Bettens (known of the band K's Choice) and Lilian Vieira (of the band Zuco 103); in addition Honing himself is featured as a soloist. January 2012 Yuri Honing won the Dutch Boy Edgar Prijs.
Other career highlights
  • 2001 Honing toured with Bley and bassist Charlie Haden.
  • 2003 He performed with guitarist Pat Metheny and bassist Scott Colley.
  • 2006 He recorded Symphonic with arranger and composer Vince Mendoza.
Source: Wikipedia
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Press

Mariecke van der Linden and Yuri Honing are the surprise in Museum de Fundatie
RTV Oost, 20-9-2018

As a saxophonist Yuri puts on his CD, with his "Acoustic Quartet", magnificent Jazz for soprano and tenor saxophone, Ben Webster worthy. High level. Highly recommended.
Stretto, 18-6-2018

Yuri Honings song 'After all' is a hit on Spotify.
JazzFlits, 23-4-2018

More than a work of great poignancy and beauty, Goldbrun is charged with contemporary relevance.
Jazz Journal, 28-2-2018

Maybe I'm wrong, but this CD makes a big personal statement. lt seems to me that not only has one of Europe's top jazz musicians found himself musically ... he has also found himself personally.
Jazz Wise Magazine, 15-2-2018

Again an impressive test of his ability.
Heaven, 02-1-2018

4. Goldbrun, Yuri Honey Acoustic Quartet, Challenge Records Saxophonist Yuri Honing is a loyal man: loyal to the visual arts, literature and music; faithful to his beloved colleagues, and above all true to himself. He has pretentious ideas and executes them in a way that is hard to ignore. Honing does not press the music of Goldbrun, because it sounds clear enough; the listener can only remain silent.
Het Parool, 30-12-2017

The best music of 2017: No. 14. Yuri Honey Acoustic Quartet - Goldbrun - JAZZ According to the accompanying writing, the album Goldbrun by Yuri Honing and his Acoustic Quartet is about 'Europe and her heroism'. It would even be a 'Gesamtkunstwerk', with references to Strauss and Wagner. But the romantic, slightly melancholy music of Honing does not need these big words at all. His long, serene notes are more than ever searching for depth, and his quartet plays appropriately warm and empathic.
De Volkskrant, 22-12-2017

The album sounds phenomenal with fabulous dynamics. It is played in an atmospheric subtle way. Should not be missing in the record collection.
Music Emotion, 01-12-2017

Honing delivers a heavenly album
Dagblad de Limburger, 27-11-2017

A dead cert for admirers of Garbarek’s and Tord Gustavsen’s music, but the sources, vision and seriousness here are all Honing’s own.
The Guardian, 23-11-2017

The CD “Goldbrun” by Dutch Jazz saxophonist Yuri Honing is a political statement. The CD provides 40 minutes of outstanding music.
Jazz in Europe, 16-11-2017

The masterpiece "Goldbrun" does not require further promotion, this belongs in the record box of every proper music lover.
Rootstime, 03-11-2017

Inspired by European visual art, literature and compositions by Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss, this quartet plays timeless music that gets more depth after repeated listening.
Nederlands Dagblad, 20-10-2017

Masterpiece? Time will tell. 'Goldbrun' does affect and will give the necessary discussion during concert performances. Like it is a good piece of art.
Jazzenzo, 19-10-2017

Goldbrun is an ode to seventy years of peace in Europe, Germany's role in it and the great artists who voorbracht to this case, Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss.
Mania, 12-10-2017

**** The new album Goldbrun is once again a milestone of velvet power.
De Volkskrant, 11-10-2017

A wonderful album that allows best integral listening and what you will praise and appreciate and sincerely can only assign a very good score.
Written in Music, 08-10-2017

Romantic music for contemplation
Het Parool, 03-10-2017

This quartet fuses the music into something indescribably beautiful
Trouw, 03-10-2017

Special how the musicians find each other at the right time, after which Honing himself in the final piece the light bending notes with a lot of feeling floating through the hall.
De Volkskrant, 02-10-2017

With his Acoustic Quartet, Yuri Honing presents his new album Goldbrun and gets the audience silent of enchantment. Honing brings with his band members a new, warm and empathic sound.
De Volkskrant, 02-10-2017

5* Yuri Honing is looking for more depth on his new album
De Volkskrant, 30-9-2017

... the Acoustic Quartet is one of the best groups in the Netherlands.
Brabants Dagblad, 28-9-2017

Honing has proven its international significance for a long time, and Goldbrun is after Desire again a confirmation.
Het Parool, 23-9-2017

Goldbrun ... a tribute to the German Renaissance and Neoclassicism, Nature and Europe.
Jazzism, 15-9-2017

Goldbrun is complex and beautiful at the same time
Jazzism, 15-9-2017

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