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The presentation of Edition Kufstein Volume #6

Edition Kufstein Volume #6 - 2022
The presentation of Edition Kufstein Volume #6 will take place on November 30, at 7 pm in the Kultur Quartier. Interested parties are cordially invited and will also have the opportunity to meet the author there.

Admission free.

Franz Gratl
How the city sounds

Music and its stories in 20th century Kufstein Kufstein sounds like no other city. At least it does at midday, when the Heldenorgel starts up for its daily concert. Monumental in scale and sound, ideologically charged and at the same time identity-forming, it is closely linked to the recent history of the town. In the sixth volume of Edition Kufstein, music historian Franz Gratl therefore devotes himself in detail to this important "actor" in musical life - without, however, neglecting the other players. On the basis of eleven biographies, he guides his readers through the diverse soundscape of Kufstein in the 20th century. Choir singers and an opera singer, folk musicians and organists, teachers and students knew and still know how the town sounds. The catchiest melody in the city's great concert, however, is that of the "Kufsteiner Lied" by Karl Ganzer, to whom Kufstein owes its reputation as the "Pearl of the Tyrol".
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The presentation of Edition Kufstein Volume #6 - Kufstein

Edition Kufstein Volume #6 - 2022
The presentation of Edition Kufstein Volume #6 will take place on November 30, at 7 pm in the Kultur Quartier. Interested parties are cordially invited and will also have the opportunity to meet the author there.

Admission free.

Franz Gratl
How the city sounds

Music and its stories in 20th century Kufstein Kufstein sounds like no other city. At least it does at midday, when the Heldenorgel starts up for its daily concert. Monumental in scale and sound, ideologically charged and at the same time identity-forming, it is closely linked to the recent history of the town. In the sixth volume of Edition Kufstein, music historian Franz Gratl therefore devotes himself in detail to this important "actor" in musical life - without, however, neglecting the other players. On the basis of eleven biographies, he guides his readers through the diverse soundscape of Kufstein in the 20th century. Choir singers and an opera singer, folk musicians and organists, teachers and students knew and still know how the town sounds. The catchiest melody in the city's great concert, however, is that of the "Kufsteiner Lied" by Karl Ganzer, to whom Kufstein owes its reputation as the "Pearl of the Tyrol".

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