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Sheet music for Maarten Bon
— — Classical|Classical Crossover
By Maarten Ornstein, Mike Fentross, and Rima Khcheich. By Michel Lambert, Sayyed Darweesh, Marin Marais (1656-1728), and Diego Pisador (1509-1557). Arabic. Classical|Classical Crossover. Naxos #ZEF9662. Published by Naxos (NX.ZEF9662).
Guitar — Book Only —
Composed by Jan Maarten Komter. Book Only. Harmonia #HU3286. Published by Harmonia (BT.HU3286).
2 Guitars — Book Only —
Composed by Jan Maarten Komter. Book Only. Harmonia #HU2707. Published by Harmonia (BT.HU2707).
Piano — Book Only —
By Maarten Engelsman. By Johann Gottlieb Nicolai. Book Only. 103 pages. Vereniging Nederlandse Muziekhandelaren #VNM548. Published by Vereniging Nederlandse Muziekhandelaren (BT.VNM548).
2 Guitars — Book Only —
Four pieces arranged from the Romantic piano literature. By Jan Maarten Komter. By Stephen Heller (1813-1888). Book Only. 8 pages. Harmonia #HU2947. Published by Harmonia (BT.HU2947).
female choir (SMezA) and harp (or piano) — choral score —
(Annual Rings (Nr. 7)). Composed by Maarten Van Ingelgem. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Schott Choral Music. Choral score. 24 pages. Schott Music #C 57238. Published by Schott Music (HL.49044792).
Piano,Saxophone — Score,Solo Part — 21st Century,20th Century
Composed by Leoncio Lara Bon. 21st Century, 20th Century. Score, Solo Part. 13 pages. Musik Fabrik Music Publishing #mfbon002. Published by Musik Fabrik Music Publishing (S0.24421).
Sonatas for flute op. 1 - Volume 1: Sonate I (C), Sonate II (F), Sonate III (B) — Anna Bon di Venezia
flute and basso continuo — score and parts — Instrumental Music
Composed by Anna Bon di Venezia (1740-1767). Edited by Dragan Karolic. Flute. Instrumental Music. Score and parts. Composed 1756. Duration ca. 25'. Furore Verlag #fue 4690. Published by Furore Verlag (FV.FUE-4690).
flute, cello or harpsichord — Score —
Composed by Bon. Harpsichord. Performers' Facsimiles series. Score. Broude Brothers #BB-PF191. Published by Broude Brothers (PE.BB-PF191).
flute and basso continuo — score and parts — Instrumental Music, Baroque
Composed by Anna Bon di Venezia (1740-1767). Edited by Dragan Karolic. Chamber Music, Flute. Sound Research of Women Composers: Music of the Renaissance and Baroque Period (B7). Instrumental Music, Baroque. Score and parts. Composed 1756. Duration ca. 25'. Furore Verlag #fue 4700. Published by Furore Verlag (FV.FUE-4700).
Among his compositions are: Whistle for a friend, for flute solo (1980); Display IV, for 6 pianos and piano tuner (1980, rev. 1988); Display V, for 12 violoncellos (1983, rev. 1984) and Thalía, for orchestra (1987, rev. 1988); Self-portrait (with Stephen Heller) for string quintet (1990) and Satz, for violoncello, on a theme by Ludwig Wittgenstein (1990).
On the CD Twenty grand pianos was his arrangement of the Scherzo à la Russe by Stravinsky released (RN Classics 93005) and on the CD Robby Faverey, Stanley Noordpool & Friends was Dansa released (Attacca Babel 2090).
Pianist and composer. Brother of composer Willem Frederik.
Maarten Bon was born on August 20, 1933 in Amsterdam; he died on October 19th, 2003 in Amsterdam.
He studied piano with Johannes Jacobus Raaff (his grandfather), Net Cornelis, Herman Sachs and at the Muzieklyceum in Amsterdam with Jaap Spaanderman and Theo Bruins. Thereafter he continued his studies with Noëmie Perugia (accompagnement de chant), Magda Tagliaferro and Jean Jacques Painchaud (Paris) and Maria Stroo. He also studied bassoon with Anton Mühlenbaumer and Brian Pollard and violin with Dick van der Veen.
He studied composition with Carel Porcelijn, Herman Sachs, Theo Bruins and Kees van Baaren.
Since 1970, Maarten Bon has been pianist in the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.