Susan Weinert acoustic-guitars
Martin Weinert acoustic bass
David Kuckhermann percussion
It is very dear to me to hold on to my dreams
and preserve a fragment of my childhood.
I love to stroll along the seashore. The wind,
the waves at play...the depth and immensity of
the sea are a reflection of the soul. For me,
every seashore ramble becomes a journey into the
depths of my very own inner being.
The hectic pace of our time unsettles our
sense of balance. I am increasingly aware of just
how important tranquillity is for me. A retreat
to and a reflection of my very own inner strengths
that supports me on my journey and keeps me from
relenting to the Sirens’ daily seduction
he left too early
I am a great admirer of Jaco Pastorius, of the
idiosyncratic style in which he plays his music,
his melancholic moods, of the profundity of his
play and compositions. This piece emerged after
his death. It was originally written for Big Band
and was performed by the Hessischen Rundfunks
Big Band many years ago.
asa nisi masa
8 ½ from Fellini. A film classic. It
also cast its alluring spell on me.
ASA NISI MASA is a magical language, a language
that children create to immerse themselves into
a world of their very own. Magnificent!
Hope. Such a positive word. Hope is hope itself,
inspires courage and bestows strength. A contemplation
of hope always conjures a smile to my face.