Photo: Howard Rankin
Dutch flutist Remko de Landmeter developped a flexible way of playing the flute, altoflute, bassflute, bansuri and many other flutes in improvisation and worldmusic.
The press about
Remko de Landmeter
in São Paulo, Brazil:
‘Um bálsamo para a alma’
a balm for the soul
The movie ‘Wolf' tells the story of how this magnificent animal found its way back from Poland through Germany to the Netherlands and Belgium. The music is composed by Matthijs Kieboom with Remko de Landmeter on bassflute, altoflute, piccolo and Irish whistle.
Remko de Landmeter is playing all the ethnic flutes including the Japanese Shakuhachi in the filmscore of Ninjas Down the Street composed by Matthijs Kieboom.
The opening sequence music of the film Mata Hari, the naked spy is played by Remko de Landmeter.
Remko de Landmeter was flutist in the orchestra of Walt Disney's musical The Lion King in Holland 2017-2019
He was playing a wide range of flutes, bamboo flutes and pan flutes in this score composed by Hans Zimmer and Elton John.