Trumpet and guitars, do they go together?? The musicians answered this question with flying colors at the traditional castle concert in gaibach castle. There was not a single chair left in the constitutional hall when manuel scheuring, barbara holzer and the guitar trio manijo invited the audience to an entertaining concert journey through the wide world of music.
"An evening with musical friends was the motto of the varied concert with the guitarist barbara holzer from gaibach, the trumpeter manuel scheuring from volkach and the former students of the music schools volkach and munsterschwarzach maximilian nitsche, niklas rauchenberger and johannes teubler (manijo, all on guitar).
A trumpet and four guitars: the attraction of the different sound and the complementation of the instrumental colors fascinated the auditorium. First, the sonata in D major by johann gottlieb scheidler, a composer of the early 19th century, was played. Century. Trumpets and two guitars threw musical balls to each other with a radiant and at the same time mellow sound.
Multifaceted served barbara holzer as soloist a romance for guitar. The next three pieces were from the collection of the composer leonhard bauer and were a delight for lovers of folk music. Manuel scheuring and barbara holzer played virtuoso gallop, rheinlander and scottish music.
After a change of scene, the guitar trio manijo won the hearts of the audience with "tico, tico", "el choclo" and the grooving "paint it black" by mick jagger. The swinging north american pieces by klaus schindler for four guitars rounded off the first part. After the intermission, brilliant runs alternated with lively rhythms.
Manuel scheuring showed all his blowing skills with "original rags by scott joplin, accompanied by barbara holzer. With the world hits "strangers in the night", "moon river" and "in the mood the four guitarists rounded off the concert. Standing ovation and two encores made for an unforgettable concert evening for all involved.