Vloeimans, Eric

Eric Vloeimans (born 24 March 1963) is a Dutch musician, songwriter, and record producer.

Although he studied classical music as a child, he became interested in jazz at the Rotterdam Academy of Music. After graduating in 1988, he moved to New York City and studied trumpet with Donald Byrd. He was a member of big bands led by Mercer Ellington and Frank Foster. In the 1990s, he recorded the album Bitches and Fairy Tales (1999) with Marc Johnson, Joey Baron, and John Taylor.

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Mine own king am I

Maarten Jense arranged multiple versions of this composition of Eric Vloeimans. It started with his version for clarinet choir and soloist clarinet

Vloeimans, Eric

22.50‎€

Mine own king am I - for strings

Maarten Jense arranged multiple versions of this composition of Eric Vloeimans. He prepared a version for Clarinet/Trompet and strings.

Vloeimans, Eric

22.50‎€

Mumu

Mumu is a composition of Eric Vloeimans first recorded together with Holland Baroque at the album 'Carrousel'. The audience is invited to participate.

Vloeimans, Eric

10.00‎€