Corona-Window-Concerts

Window Concerts – a beautiful idea from Italy, which was hit hard by Corona. We are happy to contribute to this idea online.

* = Infos taken from Wikipedia

Tip: For a better sound please use headphones or external speakers

La Camisa Negra (Corona-Fenster-Konzert XXV)

Our 25th greeting goes to Colombia. The inspiration for 'La Camisa Negra' came from the Colombian singer-songwriter Octavio Mesa. The song was the international breakthrough for Juanes. At the age of seven he started playing the guitar and was taught by his father and his older brothers. In the beginning he concentrated on traditional Latin American music, then discovered metal and the band Metallica, changed his guitar style and founded the rock/metal band Ekhymosis. After eleven years and seven albums, he left the band, which was extremely successful in Colombia, and started his solo career. Juanes is committed to peace and international understanding in America by organizing peace concerts (conciertos por la paz). As a result of the diplomatic crisis between Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador, he organized a concert Peace without Borders (Paz sin Fronteras) at the Colombian-Venezuelan border in 2008 with many well-known singers from all over Latin America. At a follow-up concert in Cuba in Havana, he faced the anger of radical Cuban circles in exile and even received death threats. In Miami his CDs were destroyed and a black shirt was burned in response to his famous hit. He is also very active in helping children in his home country Colombia. He lives in the USA with his wife and three children. *

In 2015 Juanes recently gave a guest performance here in Freiburg at the Zeltmusikfestival (ZMF). For the first time since its foundation in 1983, the festival is cancelled. We sincerely hope that our festival will survive and can take place again next year in summer with its unique, wonderful atmosphere of free open-air concerts and acts (also for children) and the big concerts for entrance. We remember with melancholy the many wonderful concerts and evenings, crowded and in the best mood...

But Colombia has quite different, more existential problems: according to Caritas International, the Corona crisis is dramatically slowing down the peace process in Colombia. Because of the pandemic, the Colombian government has issued a ban on going out. As a result, 24 peace activists have already been murdered in domestic isolation. (Source www.epo.de, June 16, 2020) Also shocking are the reports of doctors, who were forced to treat patients by government decree, but who often treated corona patients with limited protection due to a lack of protective clothing, and who became infected and sometimes died in the process (Source amerika21.de)

We'll take a summer break from now on. Be careful and take care of yourself!

Saludos desde Alemania. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad in front of our balcony door and a clip-on stereo microphone. Have fun!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double bass
  • Music composed by Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vázquez alias Juanes, arranged by myself

小さい秋見つけた (Corona-Window-Concert XXIV)

Our 24st greeting goes to Japan. Our patron was a Japanese composer and music teacher, who studied piano and composition in Tokyo. Already his father, Akira Nakada (1886 - 1931), was a composer and music teacher. In the area of lied composition, Yoshinao Nakada was an important voice of his country. But he also composed choral music, orchestral pieces and cantatas. 'Chiisai aki mitsuketa', so the western spelling, was composed for voice & piano with very poetic song lyrics. The English translation of the song title is 'Found a Little Autumn'.

ドイツからのご挨拶. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad in front of our balcony door and a clip-on stereo microphone. Have fun!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double bass
  • Music composed by Yoshinao Nakada (1923 – 2000), arranged by myself

Makes Me Cry (Window-Concert XXIII)

Our 23rd greeting goes once again to England. To a country that is gifted with a great music scene, especially in popular music: Beatles, Pink Floyd, Stones, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Genesis, Radiohead, Police & Sting, Sex Pistols, Oasis, Coldplay, Amy Winehouse, the whole rich culture of the musical theatres of London's West End, and so on... Jakob Collier, just 25 years old, has already won a Grammy Award for the best instrumental album and is an extremely flexible multi-instrumentalist, who made a name for himself at first with his self-produced cover videos of famous pop songs (all instruments played by himself!), but now composes beautiful songs himself. His characteristic singing, which spans many octaves, is outstanding and he also likes to use polyphonic movements. The roots lie in his parental home: as the son of two musicians, Bach chorales were celebrated at home at an early age.

‘Makes me cry’ was also chosen for its title: it is so incredibly sad how the cultural and event scene (and not only this one!) is fighting for survival in times of pandemic and how big concerts will probably not be possible in the long run. And how many people have already been taken by covid-19 far too early! Let's hope, that the latest news from international vaccine research will prove to be a real breakthrough. In addition to the numerous countries, that have been struggling with very high infection and death rates for a long time (above all the USA, Brazil & India), the fear of the 2nd wave and the associated suffering is growing in several countries.

Greetings from Germany. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad in front of our balcony door and a clip-on stereo microphone. Have fun!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double bass
  • Music composed by Jakob Collier, arranged by myself

Heaven (Corona-Window-Concert XXII)

Our 22nd greeting goes to Switzerland and became one of the biggest hits by the Swiss band Gotthard. The song reached the top position in the Swiss single charts and the album 'Homerun' was awarded triple platinum in Switzerland. At the top of the success, the singer and co-author of our song Steve Lee was tragically killed in an accident with a skidding truck on October 5, 2010 during a motorcycle tour through the USA in the state of Nevada, which he did together with the bassist of the band Marc Lynn during a tour break. R.I.P. *

Our arrangement is spiced up with a strong pinch of reggae and harmonically well shaken, a musical smoothie, especially to our friends, colleagues and students in Basel. Don't be too careless. The last weeks have indicated that things could very quickly go in the wrong direction again.

Grüsse aus Deutschland. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. In front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Steve Lee, Chris von Rohr & Leo Leoni, arranged by myself

Amor De Loca Juventud (Corona-Window-Concert XXI)

Our 21st greeting goes to Cuba and was composed by the Cuban Rafael Ortiz, born in Cienfuegos. The song was made world-famous by the Buena Vista Social Club, a project from the old masters of Cuban music of the 1940s and 1950s, compiled and directed by Juan de Marcos González, on the initiative of the US guitarist Ry Cooder. On the album of the same name, produced by Ry Cooder, which also features ‘Amor de loca juventud’, the producer added a slide guitar solo full of character. Perhaps Rafael Ortiz' most famous piece is the Conga ‘Que Paso Más Chévere’ with the legendary refrain "Uno, dos y tres, qué paso más chévere, el de mi conga es...". (One, two and three, what a cool move, my conga is...) played from New York to Paris and appearing in several Hollywood movies. And as so often in music: against the success, the author received only a very small financial profit in return...Infos about Rafael Ortiz taken here

Saludos desde Alemania. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. In front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Rafael Ortiz

Poem (Corona-Window-Concert XX)

Our 20th greeting goes to the Czech Republic and was composed by the Bohemian composer Zdeněk Fibich under the full title Poem Op. 41, No.4 from "At Twilight". As the son of a head ranger, he initially had music lessons with his mother, who discovered and supported his musical talent at an early age. He conducted his first symphony at the age of 14 and unfortunately died relatively early in his 50th year. Fibich studied in Vienna, in Prague (with Bedřich Smetana), in Leipzig, Paris and Mannheim. Along with Antonín Dvořák and Bedřich Smetana, he was one of the most important Czech composers. *

We have both played our first concerts in the meantime: it was a great pleasure and a great joy to perform in front of an audience again! Although we have many openings, we all have to go the many small steps into a corona normality carefully and respectfully.

Pozdravy z Německa. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling – Double Bass
  • Music composed by Zdeněk Fibich (1850 – 1900)

Thank You For The Music (Corona-Window-Concert XIX)

Our 19th greeting goes to Sweden. Composed by one of the greatest songwriter duos of our time, born in Gothenburg and Stockholm, better known as part of the legendary ABBA, one of the most successful bands in music history. Not to forget the great bassist Rutger Gunnarsson and drummer Ola Brunkert, both of them featured on all ABBA hits.

This wonderful song expresses in its title our thankfulness for the music that carried us through the Corona shutdown and continues to enrich our lives. What would we be without the music, without the art with all its various facets!

And so it is time to thank all the composers, performers and artists for their everlasting gifts to us. Here in Europe, public life is slowly returning and we too will soon be able to play our first concerts again. Let us trust to come back, even if future concerts are still under security conditions. What remains is the music (or the painting, the sculpture, the reading, the cabaret evening...). Without concerts, exhibitions, museums etc. the arts die and with them our culture. Let us be strong and keep this treasure!

One final note: a few more parts of our window concerts will surely follow, but the summer break also is coming, in which I will remix our recorded songs to bring out a CD in autumn. With all songs of our series and a booklet with interesting information about the songs & composers. A small impression of the CD sound is this current mastering. Take care and we are looking forward to the first concerts with you!

Hälsningar från Tyskland. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. In front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin Florian
  • Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Björn Kristian Ulvaeus & Göran Bror Benny Andersson, arranged by myself

Second Waltz (Corona-Window-Concert XVIII)

Our 18th greeting goes to the Russia hit hard by Covid-19 and was composed by one of the most famous Russian composer, pianist and pedagogue during the Stalin era. Dmitri Shostakovich led a life in great fear of not satisfying Stalin's expectations and ideas.

In our opinion, the book "The Noise of Time" by Julian Barnes is highly recommended on this theme. "Second Waltz" was supposedly composed at the beginning of 1950 and is probably also known to many as a film score. The song is one movement of the Suite for Variety Orchestra by Dmitri Shostakovich, which has become generally known as Jazz Suite No. 2. By the way, the light effects in the video are caused by passing clouds...

Приветствие из Германии Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Dmitri Dmitriyevich Shostakovich (1906 – 1975)

 

Pata Pata (Corona -Window-Concert XVII)

Our 17th greeting goes to the whole African continent. The composer & singer is nicknamed "Mama Africa" and was born in 1932 in Johannesburg, Township, South Africa. Since her exile in 1960 she fought against the apartheid policy of South Africa at that time and stood up for human rights. After her speech to the United Nations in 1963, in which she appealed for a boycott of the South African apartheid regime, she was taken away her South African citizenship and the sale of her records in South Africa was prohibited. After her expulsion she received Guinean citizenship. Her greatest hit "Pata Pata" is based on the song "Iyo Pata-Pata" by the singer Dorothy Masuka from Zimbabwe (formerly Southern Rhodesia). *

We play the song in the great hope that the gloomy Covid-19 prognoses for Africa will not come true.

Imibuliso evela eJamani (Xhosa = Song language). Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. In front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Miriam Makeba (1932 - 2008), arranged by myself.

 

Ani Ole L´Yerushalaim (Corona-Window-Concert XVI)

Our 16th greeting goes to Israel and was composed by a musician and composer who was born in Haifa as a son of a musical family and educated as a violinist and singer. In addition to his work as a composer, he also directed a large number of choirs and was a respected pedagogue. Many of his songs have been sung by famous singers (e.g. Harry Belafonte, Miriam Makeba) but are still in the repertoire of instrumental soloists (e.g. Giora Feidman). (Infos about Yosef Hadar taken here)

ברכות מגרמניה Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Yosef Hadar (1926 – 2006)

Kiss The Rain (Corona-Window-Concert XV)

Our 15th greeting goes to Korea and was composed by the South Korean pianist and composer Yiruma, who was born in Seoul. He started playing the piano at the age of 5 and "Kiss The Rain" is one of his most famous songs. Fans of the Twilight Saga chose his song "River Flows in You" as their favorite song to accompany a love scene in the series, but the producer chose a different song. On YouTube you can find several clips of the scene with his music, including clips with "Kiss the rain". *

독일에서 인사 Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling – Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Yiruma alias Lee Ru-ma

Tico Tico no Fubá (Corona-Window-Concert XIV)

Window Concerts - a beautiful idea from Italy, which was hit hard by Corona. We are happy to contribute to this idea online. Our 14th greeting goes to Brazil. To a country which has such a rich and wonderful music and dance scene and which is now being hit so hard by Covid-19. Tico Tico was already composed in 1917 by a Brazilian composer and instrumentalist born in the state of Sao Paulo, originally as a purely instrumental piece. Our Morning Bunting sings as a violin the well-known melody, which wants to convey confidence and hope. The song is still part of Latin American popular music today. But it can also be found in the repertoire of instrumental soloists and large symphony orchestras, often as an encore.

Saudações da Alemanha. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Zequinha de Abreu (1880 – 1935)

La Pulce D'Acqua (Corona-Window-Concert XIII)

Window Concerts - a beautiful idea from Italy, which was hit hard by Corona. We are happy to contribute to this idea online. Our 13th greeting goes once again to Italy, composed by an extremely likeable "curly head" and multi-instrumentalist, born west of Milan, trained violinist with violin diploma from the Conservatorio Niccolò Paganini di Genova. The song „La pulce d’acqua“ is from the album of the same name, released in 1977, with beautiful and thoughtful lyrics, written by his wife. *

In view of the first, cautious loosening up in Italy, it's time to watch the water flea dance! And for all those who are still fully caught up in the lockdown, hopefully a little mood enhancer...

Saluti dalla Germania. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin Florian
  • Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Angelo Branduardi, Lyrics written by Luisa Zappa Branduardi

Fragile (Corona-Window-Concert XII)

Window Concerts - a beautiful idea from Italy, which was hit hard by Corona. We are happy to contribute to this idea online. Our 12th greeting goes to England and was written by one of the greatest songwriters of our time. He was born in Wallsend/Newcastle and composed ”Fragile“ in memory of Ben Linder, an American civil engineer, who was killed by the Contras in 1987 while working on a hydroelectric project in Nicaragua. *

Stay vigilant and united. Covid-19 is a chameleon and can bring unspeakable suffering and grief to those affected and their families. Think of Sting's lyrics: "On and on the rain will fall like tears from a star, like tears from a star. On and on the rain will say how fragile we are, how fragile we are."

Greetings from Germany. Stay safe and healthy! Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. In front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Sting alias Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner. Our duo version was arranged by myself.

Old Hag (Corona-Corona-Window XI)

Our 11th greeting goes to Ireland, especially to our friends from the green island. Composed by the violinist of the Irish band "The Corrs", which was founded by 4 siblings. All four were born into a musical family in Dundalk, near the Northern Ireland border on the east coast.

This Sunday greeting brings our joy about the upcoming, announced loosenings in most European countries. Feel free to dance! Please continue to be careful, it is unfortunately not over yet!

Greetings from Germany. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad and a clip-on-stereo-mic. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Sharon Corr

Miss Rowan Davies (Corona-Window-Concert X)

Our 10th greeting goes to Scotland and was written by a Scottish folk musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist from Edinburgh, who is mostly active as an accordionist and violinist.

Greetings from Germany. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad. From now on in stereo, after finally our long time ago ordered clip-on microphone has arrived. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Phil Cunningham

Bésame mucho (Corona-Window-Concert IX)

Our 9th greeting goes to Mexico & Spain and was written - at a very young age - by a composer, who was also active as a classical pianist throughout her life. *

Saludos desde Alemania. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Consuelo Velázquez (1916-2005), lovingly called "Consuelito" by the Mexicans. The melody is based on a theme by the Spanish composer Enrique Granados (1867-1916).

Llorando Se Fue (Corona-Window-Concert VIII)

Our 8th greeting goes to Bolivia and raised a great enthusiasm for dance in Europe under the song and dance title "Lambada". After a long dispute about the authorship it was finally awarded to the true composers. *

Saludos desde Alemania. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Gonzalo Hermosa-Gonzalez and Ulises Hermosa, members of the Bolivian folk group "Los Kjarka".

Babsi's Freilach (Corona-Window-Concert VII)

Our 7th greeting goes to our own country. Composed by a colleague from the Saarland, with whom I had the pleasure of playing music during the 25th anniversary event of the concert series "Jazz live with friends", organized by Saarländischer Rundfunk. Our version is dedicated to my long-time friend and musician Christoph "Sunny" Mudrich, who musically organized and directed this anniversary event and with whom I was allowed to play a long set there. Unfortunately, he died much too early in December 2019. Freilach is translated from Yiddish as "the cheerful, the lively" and is one of several dances that were originally performed at Orthodox Jewish weddings in Eastern Europe.

Grüsse nach Deutschland. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad. Now with the better front camera. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Helmut Eisel, a klezmer musician and composer based in Saarbrücken.

You've got a friend (Corona-Window-Concert VI)

Our Easter greeting is composed by one of the greatest songwriters, born in Manhattan and goes once again to the USA, especially to NYC, which has so many victims to lament.

Greetings from Germany. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Carol King

El Choclo (Corona-Window-Concert V)

 
Our 5th musical greeting goes to Argentinia, composed by Ángel Gregorio Villoldo, first generation tango musician & composer - "El papá del tango criollo" - from Buenos Aires.
 
Saludos desde Alemania. Stay safe and healthy!
 
Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!
  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Ángel Gregorio Villoldo (1868-1919)

Answer me my love (Corona-Window-Concert IV)

Our 4th musical greeting goes to the USA, especially to our friends in the sorely afflicted New York City. The English text was written by New York-born Carl Sigman, who has worked with many greats of American showbiz. Among others, he also wrote the lyrics for "Love Story". The music was composed by Gerhard Winkler, who lived for many years in Fischhausen am Schliersee in the Black Forest near us. The original was released under the song title "Mütterlein", with German lyrics written by Austrian-born songwriter Fred Rauch.

Greetings from Germany. Stay safe and healthy!

Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Gerhard Winkler & Fred Rauch, english Lyrics by Carl Sigman

Dónde estás Yolanda (Corona-Window-Concert III)

Our third musical greeting goes to Peru & Spain. Saludos desde Alemania. Stay safe and healthy! Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Manuel "Zorro" Jiménez, a Peruvian Singer & Songwriter. Infos about the Song & Composer here

Aux Champs Elysées (Corona-Window-Concert II)

Our second musical greeting goes to France, especially to our friends in Alsace. Bienvenue d'Allemagne. Stay safe and healthy! Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Michael Wilshaw & Michael Deighan, Lyrics by Pierre Delanoë

Azzurro (Corona-Window-Concert I)

Window Concerts - a beautiful idea from Italy, which was hit hard by Corona. We are happy to contribute to this idea online. Our first musical greeting goes to Italy. Saluti dalla Germania. Stay safe and healthy! Simply recorded with my iPad. An easy, spontaneous arrangement, in front of our balcony door. Enjoy!

  • Anke Ohmacht-Döling - Violin
  • Florian Döling - Double Bass
  • Music composed by Paolo Conte & Michele Virano, Lyrics by Vito Pallavicini

Demo Florian Döling & Michael Kiedaisch, Live Freiburg-Opfingen, Germany, Sept.

Michael Kiedaisch - Vibraphone

Florian Döling - Bass

  • 0:00 Indigo Strings (comp. by Florian Döling)
  • 1:05 Chesnut Tree (comp. by Florian Döling)
  • 3:02 Awards To FFF (comp. by Florian Döling)
  • 4:34 Erhöre uns (comp. by Florian Döling)
  • 7:00 September (comp. by Michael Kiedaisch)
  • 8:09 Blue Shoes (comp. by Michael Kiedaisch)

Live at Freiburg-Opfingen, Germany, Sept. 29, 2019 no ampification, pure natural sound of the instruments for additional informations please visit www.flo-music.de copyright & puplishing rights: Florian Döling

Awards To FFF (full song - 1st release - composed 2019)

Music by Florian Döling

Michael Kiedaisch - Vibraphone, Florian Döling - Bass

live recording at ev. Bergkirche Freiburg-Opfingen, Sept. 29., 2019

Migratory Birds (full song - 1st release - composed 2019)

Music by Florian Döling

Michael Kiedaisch - Vibraphone, Florian Döling - Bass

live recording at ev. Bergkirche Freiburg-Opfingen, Sept. 29., 2019

Frozen Moments (full song - 1st release - composed 2013)

Music & Lyrics by Florian Döling

Michael Kiedaisch - Vibraphone, Florian Döling - Bass

live recording at ev. Bergkirche Freiburg-Opfingen, Sept. 29., 2019

Indigo Strings (full song - 1st release as Duo - composed 1994)

Music & Lyrics by Florian Döling

Michael Kiedaisch - Vibraphone, Florian Döling - Bass

live recording at ev. Bergkirche Freiburg-Opfingen, Sept. 29., 2019

New Horizons Album Trailer

5 Songs of the CD "New Horizons" - fade in & out

00:00 Blue Shoes (Michael Kiedaisch)

01:18 Fall (Florian Döling)

02:32 September (Michael Kiedaisch)

04:19 Erhöre uns (Florian Döling)

05:55 F-Train Waltz (Florian Döling)

Merce O Morte - Ars Supernova

Bass-Solo Intro

Saltarello - Ars Supernova

Bass-Solo ab 7:32

Aires de Bollschweil - Ars Supernova