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DVD BUNDLES MUSICAL JOURNEY OF HOLLAND - 6 DVDs


Your Price: $49.95
Item Number: 87088
The Musical Journey of Holland DVD Bundle includes:
 

8708     ST. JAN'S - GOUDA, HOLLAND  Diane Bish is joined by trumpeter Peter Masseurs and soprano Sung Sook Lee in music from this famous Dutch church.  Music includes:  Vivaldi "Concerto in A Minor," "All Creatures of Our God and King," "Amazing Grace," Loiellet "Sonata," and Campra "Rigaudon."

8714     THE OUDE KERK OF DELFT, HOLLAND  Diane Bish joins flutist Lybi Bauer, violinist Joy Wiener and cellist Iris Van Eck in music at the old church of Delft.  Diane tours the Royal Delft China Factory.  Music includes Doppler "Nocturne," Nelybel "Come Thou Almighty King," Bach "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," Mozart "Church Sonata in G Major."

8715     MUSICAL JOURNEY OF HOLLAND - Part I  Diane Bish visits The Royal Palace, Het Loo, the Amersfoort Trumpeters, The Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, and The St. Bavo Church where she plays the organ played by Mozart and Handel.

8717     MUSICAL JOURNEY OF HOLLAND - Part II  Diane Bish visits the Grote Kerk of Breda, the famous Cheese Market, St. Laurens Church of Alkmaar and the Pilgrim Fathers Church at Leiden,  performing with Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Blockflote Quartet.  Music includes:  Dunstable "Agincourt Hymn," Stanley "March," "Jesus Shall Reign," "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," and "Come Ye Thankful People Come."
8722     MUSICAL JOURNEY OF HOLLAND - Part III  Diane Bish visits the Port of Hoorn, Lockes of Brooklyn, canals, windmills and churches throughout Holland.  Music includes:  D'Aquin "Noel," Mozart "Church Sonata in C Major," Haydn "Two Flute Clocks," Unfried "Crown Him with Many Crowns," and "For the Beauty of the Earth."  Guest artists include cellist Iris Van Eck, trumpeter Peter Masseurs, flutist Lybi Bauer, violinist Joy Wiener and the Loeki Stardust Blockflote Quartet.

8820 ST. BAVO - HAARLEM, HOLLAND - Part II Diane Bish plays Bach "Toccata and Fugue in d minor," Haydn "Clocks," Marcello "Psalm XIX" and other favorites on the world's most famous organ, built in 1737, and played by Mozart and Handel.