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Meindert Talma

Meindert Talma

Meindert Talma


Meindert Talma (born Surhuisterveen, The Netherlands, 02 November 1968) is a Dutch writer, keyboardist and singer/songwriter, who has recorded songs with lyrics in three different languages: Dutch, English and (his mothertongue) Frisian. He lives and works in the Dutch town of Groningen. In total, Talma released thirteen studio albums: six with his backing band The Negroes (see Meindert Talma & The Negroes), five under his own name, one album of Read more on Last.fm
Meindert Talma (born Surhuisterveen, The Netherlands, 02 November 1968) is a Dutch writer, keyboardist and singer/songwriter, who has recorded songs with lyrics in three different languages: Dutch, English and (his mothertongue) Frisian. He lives and works in the Dutch town of Groningen. In total, Talma released thirteen studio albums: six with his backing band The Negroes (see Meindert Talma & The Negroes), five under his own name, one album of football/soccer songs with a special backing band named De Rode Kaarten (see Meindert Talma & De Rode Kaarten) and one album with The Melisma Saxophone Quarter (see Meindert Talma & The Melisma Saxophone Quartet). His albums simply released as Meindert Talma are: Kriebelvisje (2003, songs in Dutch/Frisian) Tamango (2009, songs in English) De Zee Roept (2011, songs in Dutch) Kelderkoorts (2013, songs in Dutch) Jannes van der Wal (2016, songs in Dutch/English). Most of these albums are accompanied by a work of art. Kriebelvisje is also the title of a book of short stories written by Talma. Tamango is also a film: the album of Talma songs is essentially the soundtrack (film and album were released as a CD/DVD package).

De Zee Roept is a CD/photobook package by Meindert Talma (music) and Tryntsje Nauta (photography). Kelderkoorts is also a novel, with the CD album as its musical companion. For Talma's other works, see Meindert Talma & The Negroes, Meindert Talma & De Rode Kaarten and/or Meindert Talma & The Melisma Saxophone Quartet. 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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