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Pages: 27. Chapters: Herman Brood, Thomas a Kempis, Thomas Joannes
Stieltjes, Master I. A. M. of Zwolle, Johan Rudolph Thorbecke,
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst, Wybo Fijnje, Leonard van Munster, Gerard
ter Borch, Willem Marinus van Rossum, Ton Koopman, Avalon-Chanel
Weyzig, Wim Gijsen, Ron Jans, Geertjan Lassche, Peter Wessels,
Everhardus Johannes Potgieter, Tooske Ragas, Peter Lankhorst, Henri
Arnaut de Zwolle, Johannes Mensing, Charlotte Wessels, Willem
Hubert van Blijenburgh, Martijn Westerholt, Richard Hutten, Kenny
van Weeghel, Marten Eikelboom, Albertus van Naamen van Eemnes,
Johan Paul van Limburg Stirum, Rhijnvis Feith, Dominggus Lim-Duan,
Wiljan Pluim, Max Huiberts, Theodericus Ulsenius, Martin Haar, Eef
Brouwers, Ricardo van den Bos, Willem Grasdorp, Jan van Reede,
Jeroen Dubbeldam, Saskia Kosterink, Rene Oosterhof, Jan de Vries,
Andreas Ignatius Schaepman, Esme Kamphuis, Barend Coenraad Petrus
Jansen, Walter Middelberg, Jeff Vermeulen, Eric Pierik, Hein Boele,
Ismael Kip, Lo de Ruiter, Johannes Busch. Excerpt: Hermanus
"Herman" Brood (pronounced "Hairmon Broat" /bro: t/; November 5,
1946 - July 11, 2001) was a Dutch musician, painter and media
personality. Initially a musician who achieved artistic and
commercial success in the 1970s and 1980s, and called "the
Netherlands' greatest and only rock 'n' roll star," later in life
he became a well-known painter. Known for his hedonistic lifestyle
of "sex, drugs and rock 'n roll," Brood was an enfant terrible and
a cultural figure whose suicide apparently caused by a failure to
kick his drug and alcohol habit, only strengthened his
controversial status. His suicide, according to a poll organized to
celebrate fifty years of Dutch popular music, was the most
significant event in its history. Herman Brood in 1997Herman Brood
was born in Zwolle, and started playing the piano at age 12. He
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