Winter in Tangier

by Hans Jörn Brandenburg

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The piano selection of Hans Jörn Brandenburg – Vol. 1.

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The piano selection of Hans Jörn Brandenburg – Vol. 1.

Listen to the music here.

Hans Jörn Brandenburg´s Piano Selection Vol.1. explore the music of this Grammy-nominated musician, composer, arranger and leading theatrical music director.

“Somehow, in the overcrowded world of piano musics, Hans Jörn Brandenburg has managed to carve himself a niche that is timeless and genuine. His “pianos” (as he calls them) are colourful voyages to places most of us have never been.” (Greg Cohen)

“I have just made myself acquainted with HansJörn Brandenburg’s piano pieces and found them incredibly inspiring. Brandenburg’s compositions are like stepping into one of those unusual personal, original worlds where nothing is predictable. In the same way as the first time you get in touch with Erik Satie´s ”Piece Froids” or Bela Bartok’s ”Microcosmos”. There is a curiosity that catches on and makes you open your eye´s for the world. You get inspired to be creative when playing or listening to Brandenburg’s music.” (Matti Bye, Filmcomposer and Pianist)

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The piano selection of Hans Jörn Brandenburg – Vol. 1.

Listen to the music here.

Hans Jörn Brandenburg´s Piano Selection Vol.1. explore the music of this Grammy-nominated musician, composer, arranger and leading theatrical music director.

“Somehow, in the overcrowded world of piano musics, Hans Jörn Brandenburg has managed to carve himself a niche that is timeless and genuine. His “pianos” (as he calls them) are colourful voyages to places most of us have never been.” (Greg Cohen)

“I have just made myself acquainted with HansJörn Brandenburg’s piano pieces and found them incredibly inspiring. Brandenburg’s compositions are like stepping into one of those unusual personal, original worlds where nothing is predictable. In the same way as the first time you get in touch with Erik Satie´s ”Piece Froids” or Bela Bartok’s ”Microcosmos”. There is a curiosity that catches on and makes you open your eye´s for the world. You get inspired to be creative when playing or listening to Brandenburg’s music.” (Matti Bye, Filmcomposer and Pianist)