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Music & Dance in Germany VT Exchange Program January 2011.

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1 Music & Dance in Germany VT Exchange Program January 2011

2 ©SAP 2009 / Page 2 Agenda 1. Music in Germany 1. Some of the most famous German composers (Ramona) 2. Opera (Jochen) 3.Music chapels and brass bands (Andrea) 4. Music @ SAP (Julia) 5. German national anthem & Haydn (Felix) 6. Typical German music instruments (Christian) 7. Modern Music Germany 1. some bands (Oliver) 2. Music festivals (RaR, Wacken) (Paul) 3. Popular music in Germany (survey) (Daniel) 2.Dancing in Germany 1. Standard dances culture of taking dance classes (Henny) 2. Modern Dancing (Alisha) 3. Rhythmische Sportgymnastik (Eva) 4. Horse dancing… (Jessica)

3 ©SAP 2009 / Page 3 Agenda Music in Germany Bach, Mozart and Beethoven – famous German Composers The German National Anthem Operas – the Predecessor of Musicals Music Chapels and Brass Bands Music @ SAP Music instruments typically learned by Germans Modern Rock and Pop Bands Music festivals in Germany (Survey: What is the most popular music genre in Germany?)

4 ©SAP 2009 / Page 4 Agenda Dancing in Germany Standard Dances: Waltz & Co Modern Dancing Rhythmical Gymnastics Dancing with Horses

5 ©SAP 2009 / Page 5 The famous classical German Composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756 – 1791 proved his musical talent already at the age of 4 first public performance in 1762 Johann Sebastian Bach 1685 – 1750 almost unknown in his lifetime his works were rediscovered in the 19th century Ludwig van Beethoven 1770 – 1827 hearing impaired at a very young age deaf at the age of 48

6 ©SAP 2009 / Page 6 The German National Anthem Music written by Joseph Haydn in 1797 as an anthem for Austria Became the German national anthem during the Weimarer Rebublic in1922 Lyrics of The Song of the Germans by August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben in 1849 Only the third verse is being sung

7 ©SAP 2009 / Page 7 The German National Anthem - lyrics Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit für das deutsche Vaterland! Danach lasst uns alle streben brüderlich mit Herz und Hand! Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit sind des Glückes Unterpfand: Blüh im Glanze dieses Glückes, blühe, deutsches Vaterland! Unity and justice and freedom For the German fatherland! For these let us all strive Brotherly with heart and hand! Unity and justice and freedom Are the pledge of fortune; Bloom in this fortune's blessing, Bloom, German fatherland!

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9 ©SAP 2009 / Page 9 Opera – Music and Drama The Magic Flute – a Masterpiece by W.A. Mozart A young prince has to rescue a kidnapped princess to master this situation he gets magical equipment What is an Opera? its the orchestration of oral and instrumental music, poetry, art of theater, dance, ballet and lightning the plot and the feelings of the protagonists are primarily expressed through music Scala – the world famous Opera House of Milan, Italy

10 ©SAP 2009 / Page 10 Music Chapels and Brass Bands Play traditional music mostly organized as clubs

11 ©SAP 2009 / Page 11 Music Chapels and Brass Bands Brass bands can be concert bands … … or they can be brass choirs

12 ©SAP 2009 / Page 12 Music @ SAP Symphony Orchestra Chamber Orchestra Philharmonic Chamber

13 ©SAP 2009 / Page 13 Music @ SAP SAP BIG BAND

14 ©SAP 2009 / Page 14 Music @ SAP

15 ©SAP 2009 / Page 15 Typical German Instruments Flutes Accordion Trumpet Stringed Instruments Piano

16 ©SAP 2009 / Page 16 Famous German Bands RAMMSTEIN Industrial Metal Heavy guitar riffs and deep, rolling voice Controverse and ambiguous German lyrics Live performance with pyrotechnics and fireworks One of the most successful German bands (15 million records sold)

17 ©SAP 2009 / Page 17 Famous German Bands SCOOTER Techno, catchy melodies Simple lyrics 25 million records sold 80 gold and platinum xlawards earned 23 top ten hi most successfull ffGerman electronic music

18 ©SAP 2009 / Page 18 Famous German Bands Tokio Hotel Pop-rock band German lyrics In average only 23 years old First album was sold1,5 million times 7 gold and 7 platinum awards earned Most famous song: Durch den Monsun

19 ©SAP 2009 / Page 19 Metal Festivals Rock am Ring& Wacken Open Air 25 Years of RaR and 21 years of Wacken so far. Some of the worlds biggest festivals, the biggest two in Germany. Wacken helped the Metal- Scene to survive in Europe during the 90ies. Camping is very famous and definitely a must! 75.000 attendees in Wacken, 86.500 at RaR in 2010. Several stages at both festivals.

20 ©SAP 2009 / Page 20 The Love Parade Took place in Berlin from 1989 until 2006, since 2007 at various places. It started as a real parade but ended as a festival. Was a very well known Techno festival with a long lasting history. The first Loveparade was a kind of birthday party for the inventor. Last year in Duisburg a terrible accident happened and 21 people were killed and about 500 hurt. That was the death sentence for the Parade. Up to 3.6 million people took part.

21 ©SAP 2009 / Page 21 Standard Dances The Culture of Taking Dance Classes performed by 2 partners (a man and a woman) many 12-to-16-year-olds take classes all you need is music!

22 ©SAP 2009 / Page 22 Standard Dances Formation Dance some couples perfom a choreography of standard dances

23 ©SAP 2009 / Page 23 Ballet - the classical way to dance Formalized performance dance Being practiced in ballet schools Developed in the 15th century

24 ©SAP 2009 / Page 24 Modern Dance - creating new possiblities Conptemporary performance dance Elements of Jazz, Hip Hop and Modern dance Developed in the 20th century

25 ©SAP 2009 / Page 25 Rhythmic Gymnastics combination of dance and gymnastics discipline in physical education at school without or with equipment (ropes, balls, hoops, rippons, clubs)

26 ©SAP 2009 / Page 26 Rhythmic Gymnastics

27 ©SAP 2009 / Page 27 Dancing with Horses Vaulting a gymnastic and acrobatic form of sport on the back of a horse it consists of a horse, 1 to 3 persons on the horse,one person lunging the horse (holding it on a rope) and music which is giving the rhythm for the kur

28 ©SAP 2009 / Page 28 Dancin with Horses Dressage Riding Riding a horse so that it reacts on minimal signals and can do extraordinary things Trust, harmony, a good body language and many years of training are needed Perfection is the aim, what means that the person does not even has to be on the back of the horse

29 ©SAP 2009 / Page 29 Dancing with Horses

30 ©SAP 2009 / Page 30 © SAP 2008 / Page 30 Thank you! Any Questions?

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