Cornelis de Bondt

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Cornelis de Bondt (born 9 December 1953) is a Dutch composer. Born in The Hague, de Bondt attended the Royal Conservatory there and currently teaches composition and music theory at the same institution.[1]

In 2011 all of de Bondt's scores were withdrawn by the composer as a protest against arts funding cuts in the Netherlands. He has stated that he now sees the orchestral "score", the music in fixed notated form, as a symbol of neo-liberalism, and is therefore exploring non-fixed notational methods.[2]


Compositions by Cornelis de Bondt include the following:


  1. ^ "Bondt, Cornelis de". Donemus Webshop. Donemus. Retrieved 22 August 2016.
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