Bremen Town Musicians

Live vocals before the Bremen town musicians in bronze of A cappella singers from flesh and blood as the cityscape is changed from Bremen by live-A-Cappella music with street music and old traditions be maintained: the story of the Bremen town musicians is more than two centuries old. Consisting of the donkey, the dog, the cat and the rooster, they fight together for their freedom and independence. The history must be rewritten after the appearance of the A cappella group Choirblax now very likely. Filed under: Related Group. It is the Saturday afternoon, where the Quintet in downtown Bremen meets. Already sung at many other Bremen attractions, they are now in a semicircle in addition to the Bremen town musicians from bronze. Many tourists around the statue begin to form a swath in anticipation of black men.

And even here we go: the international audience is sung with international songs. An own song is dedicated to every animal of the Bremen town musicians. The first popular song is the black cat Barbra Ann this picket the cock flying second and third PCs. Now become guide run fan with joy the first tears of joy over the cheeks, who will remember the rest of their lives on this guided tour. An African Lullaby is sung the lion dog, and the ass sweetheart of the final A Cappella piece this afternoon. Who does not know the sangesfreudige Quintet Choirblax until today, now teaches a better.

The five black men appear with and without prior notice, sing the most beautiful A cappella songs, and disappear as quickly as they appeared. In all known cities in Germany, they are equally at home as in the tallest buildings and lowest opposing. For the Bremen town musicians the history must be maybe not rewritten, but they’ve got a new musical score since the A-Cappella ride on the Choirblax. And the black men are cast bronze may soon. Company Description A Cappella in black. Men’s A Cappella ensemble, founded in 1996, English songs from the 60s, 70s, and 80s years. Cactus-free guaranteed! Guaranteed English!



December 17th


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