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PIPTSJILLING

The audio-equivalent of a Frisian landscape

Onomatopee 16

Piiptsjilling is the audio-equivalent of a Frisian landscape ... remote and melancholic (If you like Mogwai, buy this). Friesland is the northern-most province of the Netherlands, and the home of poet Jan Kleefstra. Influenced by the landscape of his province, Jan wrote these poems in Frisian, a distinct language that is officially recognised by the Dutch government as a minority language, whereby it is granted official European protection. Kleefstra reads his own work on this CD and engages (as in does battle with) the some-times oppressive music of Rutger Zuydervelt / Machinefabriek.

Publication

Onomatopee 16, Rutger Zuydervelt / Machinefabriek, Jan Kleefstra, 2008

PIPTSJILLING

€ 15

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CD and 16 page monotone booklet with poetry and photographs of the Frisian landscape

Type
CD
Author
Jan Kleefstra
Graphic
Rutger Zuydervelt
Color
monotone
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PEOPLE INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT AND ALL THE ROLES THESE PEOPLE EVER HAD IN ONOMATOPEE PROJECTS