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Forbidden Music in World War II

1900 - 1943 His music sounds thoroughly French, with bright and blithe notes that seemingly flow easily from his pen. In reality, it took many years before his musical ideas were incorporated into his compositions. And however French it may sound, Leo Smit was in heart and soul hooked to Amsterdam and the Netherlands. His song for women's choir, De bruid (The bride), set to words by Jan Prins is a declaration of love: “The groom was the sunlight and Holland was his bride.” It also took years before his legacy would reach an international audience. by Jurjen Vis
10 cd box with music by Henriëtte Bosmans / Lex van Delden / Jan van Gilse / Dick Kattenburg / Ignace Lilien / Leo Smit / Rosy Wertheim / Nico Richter / Marius Flothuis / Sem Dresden / Wilhelm Rettich / Leo Kok / Mischa Hillesum / Sim Gokkes / Daniël Belinfante / Theo Smit Sibinga / Martin Spanjaard / Bob Hanf / Marjo Tal Etcetera Records KTC 1530
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  • Leo Smit
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  • Forbidden Music Regained
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