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The Gauntlets require particular talent and special training administered from a young age in order to control, and the young boys and girls capable of mastering of them become known as Gauntlet Knights. The main characters of Ciconia When They will be a group of these young Gauntlet Knights who, after the peaceful competition in the International Battle Standard Festival, become fast friends vowing to prevent another world war together.
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One right after the other, mysterious deaths befall those friends, and Tamamori, realizing he's been repeating the same rainy three days over and over again, finds himself racing throughout Jinbouchou to save them. In this pop-occult mystery that surrounds the deaths of his friends What is real, and what is a hallucination? No one has rated this review as helpful yet. See More Content. But with some nice new experiences, like a concert in Fraire south Belgium and a business dinner in the medieval castle Maurick in Vught, the Netherlands.
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As usual, it turned out to be successful show, with a great audience. Because of limited time and technical problems with the recording equipment, the initial planning of releasing the cd in had to be adjusted. This was a typical example of what enjoying harmonica playing is all about. The recordings, that had been made in the UK, had turned up in Japan more than 15 years later.
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Rob made it special with his performance that was influenced by the beers he had before… In May, the quartet was invited by Jean Claude Lavergne to play at a harmonica concert in Auxerre, together with Sebastian Charlier and Willi Burger. The Chablis wine after the concert was great. All the artwork for the cd had been done by UK harmonica player Paul Gillings.
Unfortunately the video recordings of this last performance were never received, despite commitments by the Polish organizers. In October there was another experience with playing part of the show in the lobby of the theatre, after the concert by an accordion orchestra. The year ended with a concert in Beerse, Belgium, again at a concert of an accordion orchestra. The performance was less successful, mainly due to technical problems with the digital mixing console.
In November, Novam organized a harmonica day in Tilburg with a wide range of different harmonica performances. The last show was by Hermine Deurloo, and she had to finish early because of a smoke alarm in the building. After a sneaky entry into Switzerland Paul had forgotten his passport the weekend was great and so was the feedback from the audience during the Saturday evening concert. In March there were two concerts with Fortissimo in Koog aan de Zaan a good reason for the quartet to spend a weekend in the Zaanstreek area north of Amsterdam. The concert in December was a special one: Paul had planned to spend the year on the Caribbean island Curacao as part of the development of his professional career.
So in December, the group played as a quartet, before become a trio for a twelve month period. This happened on the farewell party that Paul and Rinske had organized in Son. The group was not so familiar yet with the new mixing console, and very limited time was available for sound check. Fortunately, the theatre was great for acoustic playing.
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So the mixer got some extra attention, and at the following show in April in Belgium , the full functionality was available and the players knew how to handle what they needed. They had played a couple of times already at a harmonica festival in Croatia, and were invited again for the festival. I was a four day trip with nice memories. Afterwards, Paul flew back to Curacao, and the other three players continued doing trio shows. In Geldrop at a cultural festival, then in Thy-le-Chateau southern Belgium. The invitation by Hungarian blues player Matyas Pribojszki to play at a festival in Budapest was accepted with pleasure.
Matyas himself and French soloist Michel Herblin.
After playing with accordion orchestra Accordia in Kerkrade in December, the year came to an end and the group started preparing for quartet performances again.