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Audience reactions:

Impressive
*Wonderful music and a impressive perfomance.
Ipoignant
*Thank you for the absorbing concert Something that will make me think a lot.
Breathtaking.
*It made an indelible impression.
Great translation!
*I have never seen anything like it.
There was no other option than keep on lookng.
*Peerless
I'm touched, thannk you so much.
*It deeply touched my soul.
What a wonderful dance. Perfect for this work. Fantastic.
Lurid acting, beautful and touching.
Devotion & dispair imminent and visible.
Extraordinairy movements.
Impressive and.... silence.
Deep feelng. Never knew so much could be expressed with a body.


Hier translation in Dutch. pdf

 

 

 

Content:
The image of the 'Dance of Death' can be found throughout Europe inside and outside churches and in old picture books.
Illiteracy was the reason for each and everyone of these paintings. Those who cannot read need pictures. The Dance of Death derived from the great tragedies during Medieval times that caused an unsurmountable amount of human lives. The Plague for starters, but that was 'just'one out of a seres deadly deceases and disasters that washed the continent. Strm surges that hit north western Europe like the St. Elizabeths surge and the Cosmasflooding. No family, Geen familie, no household was without death. Death itself had no idea about ranks and classes. The highest and the lowest, everybody was touched. The Dance of Death gave some relief to the despair, grief and pain. The individual was not alone as a survivor. And, who knows, maybe, there was some enlightenment, somewhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 


       
Plaats / City   Naam / Name Datum / Date
Spaarndam   Oude Kerk 7 juni 2009
Hoorn Oosterkerk 19 juni 2009
Rijswijk   Bonifatiuskerk 21 juni 2009
Rotterdam   Hillegondakerk 27 juni 2009
Breda   Sacramentskerk 28 juni 2009
Almelo   Grote Kerk 6 november 2011

Content:
The image of the 'Dance of Death' can be found throughout Europe inside and outside churches and in old picture books.
Illiteracy was the reason for each and everyone of these paintings. Those who cannot read need pictures. The Dance of Death derived from the great tragedies during Medieval times that caused an unsurmountable amount of human lives. The Plague for starters, but that was 'just'one out of a seres deadly deceases and disasters that washed the continent. Strm surges that hit north western Europe like the St. Elizabeths surge and the Cosmasflooding. No family, Geen familie, no household was without death. Death itself had no idea about ranks and classes. The highest and the lowest, everybody was touched. The Dance of Death gave some relief to the despair, grief and pain. The individual was not alone as a survivor. And, who knows, maybe, there was some enlightenment, somewhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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