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Belgian composer, musician and teacher Willem Kersters was born in Antwerp on 9 February 1929.
He is especially known for his wind music.
Willem Kersters died in Antwerp on 29 December 1998, aged sixty-nine.
Echoes of Oblivion by Robert McCarney - A spot of circumnavigation on a Sunday afternoon
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