Raphael De Cock is a multi-instrumentalist and singer of traditional singing styles and he is involved in various Belgian as well as international music projects. He also regularly gives workshops and courses.
Raphael discovered the Irish bagpipes, the uilleann pipes, in 1989. In those days he also discovered Tuvan throat singing and overtone singing. This was the start of a lifetime adventure and search for musical instruments and vocal timbres.
Check his full artistic bio here.
Click here for his page as a fireflies and glow-worms specialist.
Some Musical Projects
colour and glow warning signals in lampyrid larvae (colour and bioluminescent aposematism)
the behaviour and communication in diurnal and nocturnal fireflies
developing survey mehtods for non-luminous, diurnal fireflies, and for nocturnal glow-worm species