Steven Spielberg’s talented daughter buzzy lee

steven spielberg's talented daughter buzzy lee

Her father is steven spielberg, one of the most famous cinema directors in the world, her mother is the famous actress kate capshaw ("indiana jones").

Nevertheless, sasha spielberg has no intention of using her family name as a natural ticket into the world of pop music. The 30-year-old american now releases her debut album under a cute but also somehow meaningless alias – as buzzy lee.

Tedeum brings the church room of st. St. Stephen’s almost vibrates

For one and a half years the organ of st. Stephanus mute. At the beginning of january 2017, the organ was removed and taken to the vleugels organ factory in hardheim for restoration. But it was not just a matter of cleaning the old pipes. Technically and in terms of safety, a number of things had to be overhauled or renewed, and over the years changes had been made to the instrument, which in the end were not only to its advantage.

For the first time it was rebuilt

Therefore, with the exception of the bellows, which were electrified in the 1960s, the organ was first rebuilt to the 1909 stebel organ as it stood on 26. Consecrated by archbishop friedrich von abert on october 1909.
Later installed extensions and improper repairs were removed and missing or defective pipes and damage due to aging were replaced with matched replicas. From this original state (two manuals, one pedal, 15 sounding stops of reed pipes) the organ was then supplemented with five new stops, some of them with reed pipes. A special novelty is the so-called auxiliair, the new stops can be controlled individually by the manuals as well as by the pedals. The new console was modeled on the old one for reasons of historical preservation, but is full of electronics. The renovation time was about half a year. The fact that the organ was not reinstalled until june 2018 was due to the structural renovation of st. Stephanus owed.
Now the organ of st. Stephanus for the first time again for the parish. Pastor thomas ringer buried more than 100 churchgoers for the occasion. This is not a dedication of the new organ, but one wants to use it to dedicate it with the completion of the renovation of the church on church dedication day in october.
The spokesman of the organ friends of st. Stephanus, armin gob, summarized the history of the organ up to today’s renovation, and wolfgang kiebling, organist at st. Stephanus, presented the new stops. Stephanus, outlined the technical renovation.
Then regional cantor erich staab from the office for church music of the archdiocese of bamberg was given the honor of playing the first notes on the new organ. He did so with pleasure and skill, playing works by samuel wesley and georg friedrich handel, among others. The church visitors experienced the whole fulle of the organ from the quietest flute tone to the full sound of the coarse pipes.

Blowers let the brass flash

Blowers let the brass flash

Traditional and contemporary, classical and modern, well-known and unknown: the annual new year's concert of the stadtkapelle kulmbach under its long-standing conductor thomas besand manages to serve every musical taste, and as always at the highest level.
The stadtkapelle kulmbach, that was once again almost 50 musicians between the ages of 15 and 85. Conductor thomas besand has been standing
1992 without interruption to the 27. Mal at the lectern and karl heinrich backert moderated in his inimitable way with wit and information.
Of course, traditional marches are part of the repertoire, the olympic march by jaroslav labsky in anticipation of the winter games in south korea, for example, hermann dostal's famous airman's march, carl teike's traditional march "in treue fest" or "mir sein die kaiserjager" (i am the imperial jager) by karl muhlberger. This is the kind of music that brass music lovers like, lively and spirited. Music that also has its place in the concert hall, especially when it is performed as excellently as by the stadtkapelle.

Honoring rossini

The opera section this time belonged to the italian composer gioacchino rossini, whose 150th birthday was celebrated by fats waller and clarence. The music world remembers this year. With the overture to his opera "wilhelm tell" by karl muhlberger besand had put a composition on the program that had a lot going for it. The musicians of the stadtkapelle play the routine, dynamically carefully balanced from the tender piano to the almost overdriven fortissimo. Just as prasent and highly concentrated, they let the pleasing and largely unknown ouverture to the opera "regina" by albert lortzing.
Classically it went on with the 1. And 2. Movement of anton dvorak's 9. Symphony "from the new world. One movement more, the other less abbreviated, but very effectively arranged and performed, and the characteristic themes cleanly worked out. A johann strauss waltz is a must at a new year's concert. With the "roses from the south this time besand had put a particularly effective composition on the desks of the musicians.
Typical for concertante wind orchestra are pieces like willi loffler's "melody and rhythm, easy to listen to, but difficult to play, the short intermezzo of the fiery "spanish gypsy dance" by pasqual marquina or potpourris like "wo die wolga fliebt" with popular and well-known russian melodies. Indeed, they are all earworms, the sabel dance, the folk song kalinka, the cossack dance kasatschok or the zhivago melody. With plenty of klamauk gewurzt, all these titles are played in a driving manner.
The highlight of every new year's concert of the town band are the solo pieces, in which musicians from the orchestra can demonstrate their virtuosity. The difficult trumpet solo "silver thread known by walter scholz plays the 1. Trumpeter of the town band and conductor of the burghaig music society daniel richter absolutely perfect. The clarinet solo "wild cat blues from fats waller and clarence williams the soloist jurgen schaller had chosen. He and the stadtkapelle perform the piece, made famous by hugo strasser, in a brand new edition in the original key, with schaller playing from memory, just as thomas besand conducts the entire program from memory. The secret star of the new year's concert is not a brass player, but the drummer sebastian kramer from weismain. First, the town band and percussion soloist play ernst mosch's solo drum march as we know it. During the encore, however, kramer then lays down a groovy solo with all possible drum rhythms and seems to surprise even the conductor with it. Meanwhile, he goes out and looks at the clock in despair. While some in the orchestra unpack their newspapers, sebastian kremer abruptly continues drumming and delivers a percussion solo rarely heard before. The audience thanks him with true storms of enthusiasm.
He was also allowed a bit of pop, with the medley "abba gold, that brings the rough hits of the quartet from sweden in an unusual form but impressively musically on the stage. As an encore, the town band plays the marching revue that conductor thomas besand received as a gift from the musicians two years ago. This is a very exclusive arrangement by the well-known brass band composer franz gerstbrein with all the traditional marches that are part of besand's favorite and standard repertoire. At the very end, there is once again a lot of clapping along to the radetzky march.

“I have never played so much before”

At the beginning dominik was quite excited. "This is my first time in this workshop, he explains. But he has quickly settled into the orchestra and has already made a few friends. "I've never played this much at home before", he reveals. He played all day long, even voluntarily into the evening hours. "Because I find such good training conditions here", the 13-year-old is pleased.
"The music academy is just great", says the young baritone player. There is enough space to practice, good accommodation, and he is also very satisfied with the kitchen. "Sure, we'll take a break in between", admits dominik. But after two hours at the most, he's back at the wheel again. The grades were not yet available before the blaser week. "We have to learn everything here and be able to do it by the time of the final concert", he says.
Conductor susanne kolb takes it easy: "until then, the twelve to eighteen year old musicians can handle the workload", she learns from experience. She is now in her third year of leading the brass week at the music academy.
District conductor jurgen weyer from bad neustadt takes care of the organization. At present, 51 young musicians play in the orchestra. On their music tables are compositions that differ from the pieces played by most village bands: from symphonies to film music titles, for example from the "blues brothers. Conductor kolb explains: "so that our participants learn something new in a given time here." The symphonic score "medusa" also is to be found among the sheet music.

Spab is in the foreground
For four years dominik plays the baritone horn, and he now has a permanent place in the schonderlingen orchestra, both in the youth and main orchestras. "The baritone horn has been a great instrument since i was a child, and i wanted to play it one day," admits dominik, he remembers.
The fact that he has now come to the brass week is thanks to the conductor karolin klug from schonderlingen. There are four baritone horn players in the lower franconia wind week orchestra. In addition, six tubas and five trombones support the bass part with heavy brass. "Musicians who leave the orchestra usually join when they pass the age limit of 18," she says, kolb explains. Young players follow suit.
Whether music will one day become a profession is something that no one can foresee at a young age. Not even dominik, for him the fun of making music is in the foreground. "For me it is a nice hobby", he says. But besides music, cycling is also important to him.
"Music can be played at any age", says district conductor weyer. It's different from playing fubball, for example. According to weyer, the main focus of the brass week is to work on concert pieces under expert guidance. In this way the participants are brought closer to the world of symphonic music. Both the rehearsals and playing in small groups under the guidance of instructors are part of it. "Above all, the young musicians should return to their home orchestras strengthened," he says, emphasizes weyer.

“Kunststuck” with a critical eye

"What would a composer be without his orchestra? Soundless! What would my work of the last five years be without the many artists, lecturers, musicians, actors and supporters of the art scene?? It would simply not have been possible to raise the art and culture of our county to such a level and to present it in such a way. We have been able to gain attention and recognition as well as admirers far beyond the county, not least thanks to the art prize. Many artists from other counties envy us for this offer." This was emphasized by renate ortloff, the cultural officer and project manager at the opening ceremony for the "kunststuck 2019/2020" in front of many guests at weibenbrunn castle.

The owners of the castle pia praetorius and wolfgang kropp were pleased about the great interest and about the fact that the starting signal for the new season of the "kunststuck" on her castle grounds was given.

Procession and parish festival

The church administration st. Bartholomew informs that the feast of corpus christi will take place on sunday, 3. June, will be celebrated. The associations will meet at 8 am for the church parade in the market street. At 8.30 o'clock the festive service begins. Afterwards, around 9.15 o'clock, the eucharistic procession through the parish takes place. The four altars are located this time at the families spitzl and zahl, at the savings bank and on the church forecourt at the martinsheim.
The parish council invites all young parents to participate in the procession with their children. In this way, the beautiful use of flower strewing will be revived. The boys and girls walk with their flower baskets in front of the blessed sacrament.
The music club of marktleugast opens the parish festival around the martinsheim with a concert. After the fruhschoppen, a varied program is prepared starting at 2 p.M. For the seniors there is a coffee wreath, for the children a colorful program with handicraft tables, church tower climb, sports competitions, cotton candy and a small magic show. In addition, there is the possibility to participate in a church tour. The entrance is free.