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ROYAL BELGIAN AIR FORCE BAND

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Created in 1946 under the name of Music in Brussels it was officially recognized as Music of the Air Force in 1947. The composer of the official march, Mestrez Henry, was also the first bandmaster. Succeed then, Jean Redouté Devenijns Gaston, Arthur Heldenberg, Andre Vergauwen, Roger Verspeeten, Alain Crepin, Jean-Luc Bertel and Maurice Dubois. Since January 2008 the music is under the direction of Chief Warrant Officer Guido De Ranter. The Royal Band of the Air Force consists of a wind band of 60 musicians and a corps of 10 trumpets performers, they led by Drum Major Luc De Vis. The essential role of the orchestra is to enhance many military services and the implementation of concerts for organizations both civilian and military. His extensive repertoire and v Arie has many classic and contemporary works as well as numerous adaptations of film scores. It is also called to participate in the Tattoo & International Festivals such as Albertville and Nice (France), and Kaiserslauern Mönchengladbach (Germany), Bari, Rome and Badonecchia (Italy), Aalborg (Denmark), Krakow (Poland), Halifax and Quebec ( Canada), Neuchâtel (Switzerland) Minneapolis (USA) and Veiliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria). Renowned soloists such as: Francisco Martinez (E), Tom de Vette (Nl), Sylvie Hue (F), Eugene Rousseau (USA), François Daneels (B), Jean-Claude Van den Eynde (B) and Jean " Toots "Thielemans had the opportunity to produce their talent accompanied by the symphonic band. Training had the honor of being led by guest conductors such as Roger Boutry (F), Simon Poulain (B), Andre Waignein (B), Dennis Layendecker (USA) and Bernardo Adam Ferrero (E). Since 1995, it is as Ambassador important to the Air Force that the music carries the feed of the Order of Leopold. In October 1996, when the splendor of the Air Force, His Majesty King Albert II, handed personally to the music of the Belgian Air Force, the title "Royal Music".
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cover Patchwork - Cd Robert Martin
Patchwork - Cd
MUSIQUE DE LA GENDARMERIE MOBILE/ROYAL BELGIAN AIR FORCE BAND
Arr : Michel MOISSERON/Alain CREPIN
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Compact Discs
Group : CD harmonie
Reference (CD05415) : 19,07

cover Guy Luypaerts - Cd Robert Martin
Guy Luypaerts - Cd
ROYAL BELGIAN AIR FORCE BAND
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Compact Discs
Group : CD harmonie
Reference (CD05414) : 19,07

cover Privilege - Cd Robert Martin
Privilege - Cd
ROYAL BELGIAN AIR FORCE BAND
Arr : Alain CREPIN
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Compact Discs
Group : CD harmonie
Reference (CD05319) : 19,07

cover Welcome To Celebration Cd Martinus
Welcome To Celebration Cd
ROYAL BELGIAN AIR FORCE BAND
Publisher : Martinus
Genre : Compact Discs
Group : CD harmonie
Reference (MTCD1) : 19,07