For the love of Ivie : atribute to Ivie Anderson

Deborah Brown (performer), Rik Mol (performer), Sjoerd Dijkhuizen (performer)
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For the love of Ivie : atribute to Ivie Anderson
Deborah Brown  (zang;piano) Rik Mol  (trompet;bugel) Sjoerd Dijkhuizen  (saxofoon;klarinet) Rob Van Bavel 1965- (piano) Marius Beets Eric Ineke  (drums) Bart Van Lier  (trombone) Benjamin Herman  (saxofoon) The Eric Ineke Jazzxpress
Based on the work of
Ivie Anderson
Daybreak, 2008
1 cd
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73 - Jazz (NBLC) J1 - Jazz (Flemish music schema)

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More than 4 times in Flemish libraries

About Deborah Brown

Deborah Brown HRUA (born 27 September 1927) is a Northern Irish sculptor. She is well known in Ireland for her pioneering exploration of the medium of fibre glass in the 1960s and has established herself as one of the country's leading sculptors, achieving extensive international acclaim.

Early life

Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Brown was an only child who became fascinated with nature during childhood years spent in Cushendun in the Glens of Antrim. Brown's grandmother is credited with encouraging her artwork and supplying her with paints and materials from a young age. In 1934 her family moved to Cushendun into a house designed by Tom Henry, the brother of the painter Paul Henry. Brown credits her Mother for instilling in her a love of animals, and along with the rural life of picking potatoes, cutting hay and turf, left an indelible mark on her work.


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