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Chris Hinze

Chris Hinze
Country
Netherlands
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Christiaan Herbert Hinze is a Dutch jazz flutist and composer, born 30 June 1938 in Hilversum, The Netherlands. In 1969, while studying at the Berklee College of Music, he began a series of albums interpreting classical music in a jazz context. He has composed orchestral works and collaborated with musicians from all over the world.
Website
http://www.chrishinze.nl
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Releases on file (5)
The Chris Hinze Combination — Sister Slick The Chris Hinze Combination — Sister Slick
(Columbia C 33363, 1974, LP)
Chris Hinze Combination — Mission Suite Chris Hinze Combination — Mission Suite
(CBS S 65830, 1973, LP)
The Chris Hinze Combination — Virgin Sacrifice The Chris Hinze Combination — Virgin Sacrifice
(CBS S 65233, 1972, LP)
The Chris Hinze Combination — Who Can See the Shadow of the Sun The Chris Hinze Combination — Who Can See the Shadow of the Sun
(CBS S 64977, 1972, LP)
The Chris Hinze Combination — Stoned Flute The Chris Hinze Combination — Stoned Flute
(CBS S 64213, 1970, LP)

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