Concertgebouw Orchestra Timpani and Timpanists Pictures

 

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Pennaerts (around 1888)
The 1888 first Concertgebouw timpani – Queisser
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Hans schnellar
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Carl Vater
Cor Smit en Carl Vater (1939)
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Cor Smit (1930)
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Cor Smit
Manfred Symphony – Tsjaikovski, original part with the names of Labordus, Pennaerts, Vater, Schoonenberg and Woud
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Jan Labordus (early 60ties)
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Jan Labordus (1964)
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Jan Straatmans
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Gerard Schoonenberg
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Gerard Schoonenberg (1987)
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Jan Labordus and Gerard Schoonenberg
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Marinus Komst
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Nick Woud
On Tour
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Mahler 2nd in Musikverein Vienna
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With maestro Bernard Haitink
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Beethoven 9th in Seoul
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18, 23, 25, 28, 32 and 41 inches
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Our set of Adams Schnellars
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For the classical program often we use Baroque drums
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The 41 inch Van der Hoek and our 25 and 28 inch Adams Schnellar for Bruckner 7th
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Ameriques – Varese in the Berlin Philharmonie
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Our original Schnellars are well guarded in Suntory Hall, Tokyo
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The presentation of our new set of Adams Schnellars
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2nd round of our Timpani Audition (2016)
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Tomohiro Ando and Nick woud