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Who actually gave the child a recorder? This is a question that some parents may ask themselves for the rest of their lives. Especially when the child refuses to put down the flute and forms a band. For decades, the recorder was the main instrument of childhood musical martyrdom. Who would have thought that one day it would be used to play “Highway to Hell” or “Walk on the Wild Side” and send the audience into veritable storms of enthusiasm? The three musicians of Wildes Holz have accomplished this feat – you have never heard the recorder like this before! They move between rock and jazz, ballads and children’s songs and create something completely their own: a dense and rousing wood sound that brilliantly brings together guitar and double bass lines, amazing changes of tempo and mood, and masterful improvisation. Virtuosity, spontaneous comedy, and powerful playing also characterize the special program Wildes Holz has put together for this festival summer. And what could be more appropriate than a loving and shackle-breaking look at Hungarian dances, waltzes, and lullabies from the pen of Johannes Brahms?
Sponsored by The Glindemann Group