Deutschland und Wissenschaftlichkeit: Ich habe es sind ein können, Wissen des Musikgeschichts aus dem Musik- und Band Instrumente in Deutschlands auf Deutschlangen
In this RTE documentary, Dr. Richard Hilder, a renowned musician, singer and musician-in-residence, reveals how he was inspired to create his own instruments after hearing the great composers and orchestras of the past.
Hilder’s research is based on the extensive collection of instruments he has amassed over the years, and in his new book, Deutsch Land und Wiesenschaften: Ich aus ich habe sind es südligten Musikgebieten, he shares his experiences with his instruments and the music that has been influenced by them.
Hildr is the founder of the Deutsche Musikverfassungsinstitut in Deutzheim, a research and teaching centre based in the city of Deutz.
His research focuses on the development of modern musical instruments, the history of instrument use, and the cultural meanings attached to each instrument.
His latest book, Musik: Ein Handlungen und Musikstilfe, is published by Springer Verlag in the USA.
“I had a great opportunity to take part in the development and development of the instruments I have developed,” said Hildermann.
“It was a great honor to be invited to join the team of scientists who were looking to create new instruments for the future.”
Hilderman has a number of interests, from the history and evolution of the musical instrument to the musical traditions of Native Americans.
“My interest is in the evolution of a music form that is based in time and place,” he explained.
“I have always loved the sounds of the West, and I was especially inspired by Native American music, and especially their musical traditions.
My musical instruments include a flute, mandolin, harp and trombone, and a guitar, although I have also played with an acoustic guitar.””
Deutschland in its purest form is a pure land, a country with a strong sense of tradition and beauty,” he added.
“Music has always been a way of expressing the feelings of the people living here.”
For the documentary, Hildermans has travelled to Deutz, Berlin and Cologne to listen to music, see the instruments he created, meet the musicians and musicians who have influenced him, and learn more about the history behind them.
The collection of musicians and instruments that have inspired him are: Dr. Johannes Rössler, founder of Deutschliche Musikverein (Deutsches Musiklinikvereine) in Germany; Dr. Johann Wagner, composer, musician and conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic; Dr Georg G. Schmid, composer and musician of the Vienna Philharmonia; and Dr. Walter Fischl, composer of the German National Orchestra and conductor.
“The idea of making a musical instrument was also a dream of mine,” Hildern said.
“And this is one of the reasons why I chose to be a part of the Deutschen Musikklinikte, a German research and educational organisation in Germany.
I wanted to see what kind of instruments they made.”
The instruments I created in Germany are now used by artists and musicians around the world,” he said.”
There is a great variety of instruments in Germany, and this is especially true of the Native American instruments,” Hilda said.
The instruments include Indian pipes, Indian guitars, Indian pipes and drums, and American and African drumsticks.
Hilda and her husband also play the drums in their household.
Hilda, who has been studying music since she was a young child, is a graduate of the University of Deutch in Berlin and the University Deutz in Cologne.
She has been a professional musician since 1988, and has performed with a variety of artists, including Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms, Johannes Holbein, Richard Wagner, Hans Zimmer and Gustav Mahler.
Her most recent work includes her new musical collaboration with musician and composer, Dr Hildere Verkauf, entitled, The Black Keys, which will be released in 2019.
Hilde is also a singer and songwriter, and currently performs in a number for the band, Black Keys.
Hanne, a native of Deuzla, is an undergraduate student at the University College in Cologne and a member of the student union at the Deutz University”
We often collaborate, and sometimes we have a lot of ideas,” Hilde said.
Hanne, a native of Deuzla, is an undergraduate student at the University College in Cologne and a member of the student union at the Deutz University