Tjako van Schie
Since 1999 Van Schie has been working as a host professor at the conservatory of Porto (Portugal). In 2001 he toured the People's Republic of China. In the same year he toured in the Netherlands and in Portugal with the Orquestra Portuguesa de Saxofones, also known as Vento do Norte.
Van Schie also composes music as well as rearranges music. He wrote music for all kinds of musical ensembles, as well as rewritten old music. For example: he rewrote compositions of Robert Schumann to be performed by piano and saxophone ensemble.
- CD: The Goldberg Variations BWV 988 of Johann Sebastian Bach (1991)
- "Koninginnedagconcert" - CMK, with The Coevorder Mannenkoor (1991)
- "Overijssel Zingt" (double cd) - MIRASOUND, with various Overijssel choirs (1993)
- CD: Shtil di nakht iz oysgeshternt (The silent night is filled with stars) - Yiddish music from the ghetto's and concentration camps, 1995, EMI, newly re-edited by EMI in 2005: Tjako van Schie - piano & Adriaan Stoet - violin
- CD: Water bron van leven, 1998, compositions for piano by different composers about the 'water theme', with 4 compositions of his own and a piano solo version of Bedřich Smetana's The Moldau from Má Vlast
- "Akoestisch signaal" - MIRASOUND, with the Dutch Police Choir of Drenthe (1996)
- "Shtil di nakht iz oysgeshternt" - EMI, re-edition (2005)
- "Die Geigen, ja die Geigen!" - GILL/Sony, various composers (Adriaan Stoet-violin & Tjako van Schie-piano) (2008)
- "A Bag of Music" - Saxunlimited, 3 cd box (cd 1: "Vocalise", cd 2: "Petite Fleur", cd 3: "Wonderful World") with bariton saxophone player Henk van Twillert (2011)
- "List of professors of the Amsterdam Conservatory". Conservatoriumvanamsterdam.nl. Retrieved 2012-03-04.
- "Sax Unlimited". Sax Unlimited. Retrieved 2012-03-04.
- De Stentor, September 4, 2002[dead link]
- Chinese website with announcement concert at Shanghai Concert Hall[dead link]
- Bao, Xing (2001-07-12). "China Daily". App1.chinadaily.com.cn. Retrieved 2012-03-04.
- Website International Jewish Music Festival[dead link]
- See for example this newspaper clipping, another journal en and this journal.
- Critical review of the composition 'What Follows' for piano solo
- Apeldoornse Courant, April 15, 1995
- De Stentor, March 18, 2004
- "Comparative critical analysis of the different recordings of the Goldberg Variations, Bach Cantatas Website". Bach-cantatas.com. Retrieved 2012-03-04.
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