They are all intriguing in a different way. The work of Kyriakides stands out in its obscurity, Eggert proposes a good dose of humor.

MKDe Volkskrant

Konstantyn Napolov, a Ukrainian in the Netherlands, is a percussionist and has decided to enrich his repertoire by inviting as many composers as possible to write pieces for him. On his new album with pianist Eke Simons, released on the adventurous label TRPTK, you can hear works by Moritz Eggert (Germany), Yannis Kyriakides (Cyprus), Samuel Penderbayne (Australia) and Jan-Peter de Graaff (Papendrecht).

The common denominator: The composers incorporated children’s rhymes into their pieces. They are all intriguing in a different way. The work of Kyriakides stands out in its obscurity, Eggert proposes a good dose of humor.