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11 Mar 2011 10:26
South African flautist Wouter Kellerman, who has spent the past few years making a name for himself on international stages, returns with his new album.
WOUTER KELLERMAN: Two Voices (Independent)
Classically trained, Wouter Kellerman has taken a different route from his orchestral counterparts by moving towards a strong African-influenced world music sound. In the same vein as his album Colour, Two Voices is an eclectic mix of collaborations with a wide range of instrumentalists and singers.
Jo’burg-based listeners will recognise the distinctive dissonant call of the hadedah, which opens Mzansi, a collaboration by Kellerman, guitarist Paul Carlos and arranger Melissa van der Spuy.
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