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Corbelijn

Corbelijn

Corbelijn


www.corbelijn.com late bloomer (the ~); a person whose talents or capabilities are slow to develop Named after main Character Maarten Corbelijn from Willem van Toorn’s novel ‘Steam’ Corbelijn attempts to capture melancholy in their songs. A conscious choice was made for an emptyness in the songs. A lost mellotron, a single cello, a hidden piano, nowhere overdone, but always present is the soft weeping mood of melancholy Late 2005 Ron Valeri founded Corbelijn. Read more on Last.fm
www.corbelijn.com late bloomer (the ~); a person whose talents or capabilities are slow to develop Named after main Character Maarten Corbelijn from Willem van Toorn’s novel ‘Steam’ Corbelijn attempts to capture melancholy in their songs. A conscious choice was made for an emptyness in the songs. A lost mellotron, a single cello, a hidden piano, nowhere overdone, but always present is the soft weeping mood of melancholy Late 2005 Ron Valeri founded Corbelijn. Together with Jean-Marie Tournier and Norbert de Jong he started to write and record small acoustic songs.

Late 2006 one the demo songs ‘Becoming Time’ winds up at Frans Hagenaars (Excelsior Recordings). Hagenaars proposed to record an album with him at his Sound Enterprise studio. This proposal ultimately resulted in ten recorded Corbelijn-songs. After which Darius van Helfteren mastered the songs.

By then it turned 2009. Corbelijn once was a small and well hidden secret. Picked up by Dying Giraffe Recordings Corbelijn can be found and cherished by those who loves melancholic music from the heart. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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