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So klingt Würzburg 2016! – Produced, recorded and presented by Dennis Schütze

Various Artists

# Titel Länge Musik / Text / Publisher Vorschau
1. Manchmal 3:12 Simon-Philipp Vogel / Simon-Philipp Vogel / n/a
2. Ruf der Sirenen 3:16 Mandy Stöhr / Mandy Stöhr / n/a
3. Singa Queen 3:19 Zacq & Mari / Zacq & Mari / n/a
4. Ben 2:42 Walter Scharf / Don Black / Jobete Music Co. Inc.
5. Am Ende aller Tage 3:17 Simon-Philipp Vogel / Simon-Philipp Vogel / n/a
6. Seelentreter 4:38 Mandy Stöhr / Mandy Stöhr / n/a
7. Drawn to You 3:51 Zacq & Mari / Zacq & Mari / n/a
8. Nights in White Satin 5:10 Justin Hayward / Justin Hayward / Tyler Music Ltd.
9. Girl from China 3:52 Christian Streckel / Christian Streckel / n/a

Liner Notes

Producer: Dennis Schütze

Mit Songs von Simon-Philipp Vogel, Mandy Stöhr, Zacq & Mari, Sandra Buchner und Christian Streckel, produziert und aufgenommen von Dennis Schütze.


Über den Künstler

"A djembe (pron.: /ˈdʒɛm.bɛ/ jem-be) (also spelled djembé, jembe, jenbe, djimbe, jimbe, or dyinbe is a rope-tuned skin-covered goblet drum played with bare hands. According to the Bamana people in Mali, the name of the djembe comes from the saying "Anke djé, anke bé" which translates to "everyone gather together in peace" and defines the drum's purpose. In the Bambara language, "djé" is the verb for "gather" and "bé" translates as "peace".
The djembe has a body (or shell) carved of hardwood and a drumhead made of untreated (not limed) rawhide, most commonly made from goatskin. Excluding rings, djembes have an exterior diameter of 30–38 cm (12–15 in) and a height of 58–63 cm (23–25 in). The majority have a diameter in the 13 to 14 inch range. The weight of a djembe ranges from 5 kg to 13 kg (11–29 lb) and depends on size and shell material. A medium-size djembe carved from one of the traditional woods (including skin, rings, and rope) weighs around 9 kg (20 lb).
The djembe can produce a wide variety of sounds, making it one of the most versatile drums. The drum is very loud, allowing it to be heard clearly as a solo instrument over a large percussion ensemble. The Malinké people say that a skilled drummer is one who "can make the djembe talk", meaning that the player can tell an emotional story. (The djembe was never used by the Malinké as a signaling drum to send messages.)
Traditionally, the djembe is played only by men, as are the dunun that always accompany the djembe. Conversely, other percussion instruments that are commonly played as part of an ensemble, such as the shekere (a hollowed-out gourd covered with a net of beads), karignan (a tubular bell), and kese kese (a woven basket rattle), are usually played by women. Even today, it is rare to see women play djembe or dunun in West Africa and African women express astonishment when they do see a female djembe player."
(Source: wikipedia)

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FUEGO ID: 2632 | Album | Genre: Pop Singer/Songwriter