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This piece was inspired on a melodic fragment by Mikhael Gelbaert, who came to a tragic end in WWII. Although the original tune is from Mikhael, this composition almost can not be seen as an arrangement.
the symbolic meaning of the song: The jewish people travel through a dark time, symbolized by a man walking in the night, without any cue where his path will lead him.
I recorded a version on CD back in 1995 with violin, and recomposed this version for my friend Henk van Twillert.
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