Deutschlandspiegel 208/1971 15.12.1971

Synopsis

1 Hamburg: Knut Kiesewetter sings "A to" Knut Kiesewetter close-up. Knut Kiesewetter sings "A man", big. Sings driving record before modern facades with band, immediately, before sunset, before moving from ship in the harbour.

02. Oslo: upon arrival, surrounded Nobel Peace Prize for Willi Brandt Brandt on airfield by people, half-close. Departure from cars with escort. Driving scenes in Oslo. Ballroom. Brandt and Rut Brandt sit. Egon Bahr, great. Lars Brandt, son of the Federal Chancellor, in conversation with a young, pretty girl, great. Willy Brandt, side, big, in addition to Rut Brandt. Photo: Foreign Minister Gustav Stresemann (1926 (transformer) Nobel Peace Laureate photo Ludwig Quidde, historian and pacifist (Nobel Prize 1927) transformer, photo Carl von Ossietzky in concentration camps (peace Nobel Prize 1935).) Photo of Willy Brandt as a speaker, large (peace Nobel Prize 1971). Mrs. Lionäs speaks at the ceremony: "I ask you, Mr Schüssel, to receive the diploma and gold medal of the Nobel Peace Prize for 1971." Brandt Get up and receives certificate of Mrs. Lionäs. Brandt speaks: "I want to thank sincerely and will do everything in my further work close to come to what many I expect. We are here in the Fridtjof Nansen land. "Even in a figurative sense is his reminder: hurry up you act before it is too late to repent." Rut Brandt as a listener, laterally great. Listeners applaud.

03. Agfa - Leverkusen stand copies black and white film recordings: Pferdedroschken in Berlin, womens clothing from the 1920s, movie scene with lovers, the pioneering plane, bathers on the beach, Knave. Color: photo album is located on Chair, which stands on lawn in addition to old-fashioned Gramophone, front camera is available. Family photo, great. Factory space at Agfa Leverkusen. Recordings with infra-red camera in the production area for raw film. Film processing, film strip with color photos. Production of lenses, lenses and cameras. Photographing people, alternating with shots of the production cut. Photos: winter landscape, travel group portrait with Club, class photo, wedding picture.

04. Ammersee: Sunday Max r naive painting. Exit car, wedding party sits at the table. The farmer and painter Max Raffler at the painting. Landscape painting. R is sitting at the kitchen table and malt. His wife knits, great. Fountains on the table. Painting.

05. Garmisch Partenkirchen - Zugspitze - INTERSKI Bavaria houses in Garmisch. Garmisch Partenkirchen mountains. Cars will drive to the village. The Monorail to the Zugspitze Summit. Mountain massifs. The Schneefernenhaus with guests. Propelled cable car gondola. Skiers in the ski lift. Driving ski instructor of downhill in groups, on a ski. Door for two character run.

06. ice racing on the Eibsee car racing on the frozen Eibsee. Ice spikes on the tires of motorcycles. Motorcycle races on the Lake. Cornering. Sidecar racing.

Narration

Persons in the Film

Bahr, Egon ; Brandt, Lars ; Brandt, Rut ; Brandt, Willy ; Harald von Norwegen ; Kiesewetter, Knut ; Lionäs ; Quidde, Ludwig ; Stresemann, Gustav ; Ossietzky von, Carl ; Raffler, Max

Places

Ammersee ; Eibsee ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Hamburg ; Leverkusen ; Oslo ; Zugspitze

Topics

Jazz ; Zugspitze (Berg) ; Friedennobelpreisträger ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Honors ; Industry ; cameramen, cameramen ; filmmaking ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Townscapes: Germany ; Townscapes: Europe ; Art ; People ; Winter ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Fotografie ; Film (Filmwirtschaft, Filmtechnik; vgl. 3.11.1.3 Fernsehen) ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Bayern) ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 208/1971

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
15.12.1971
Year of Production:
1971

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Knut Kiesewetter’s 5th Death Anniversary († December 28, 2016)

Knut Kiesewetter was one of the most versatile players in the German musical landscape of the 1960s and 1970s: he was a trombonist and guitarist, singer and songwriter, composer and producer. Born in Stettin in 1941 and raised on the North Frisian peninsula of Eiderstedt, he discovered jazz at the age of 14 and then began to play the trombone and sing. In order to accompany himself, he also taught himself the guitar.

Kiesewetter first stood on a stage while still in school, and at the age of just 18 he performed at Hamburg's "Indra" together with the Beatles, who were still unknown at the time. As a music student, he recorded his first singles and released a congenial German version of "Yesterday" in 1965 with "Gestern noch". He experimented with a variety of genres: blues, rock, soul, gospel, chanson or folk, but especially jazz. He ended up playing with greats such as Joe Zawinul, Dizzy Gillespie and Chet Baker. The singer with the 'black voice' won the German Jazz Poll eleven times, and he even won "Blue Note“ magazine’s Europe-wide Jazz Poll three times.

Beginning in the late 1960s the 'Friesen-Beatle' also emerged as a political songwriter and comedian. He recorded a series of popular joke records. In 1973 he published "Die Macht im Staat" (power within the state) a play about the failure of the '68 movement. In the following years, he turned to North Frisian and Low German language and song material. The album "Leeder vun mien Fresenhof" was his greatest commercial success and was certified a gold record.

Kiesewetter also wrote songs for other musicians such as Gitte Haenning and Eartha Kitt and worked as a producer with Hannes Wader, Volker Lechtenbrink and Fiede Kay. He was a frequent guest on television and even hosted his own music program, "Songs, Chansons, Lieder," for a while. In the 1980s he taught song composition and song lyrics as a professor at the Hamburg University of Music and Performing Arts. After retiring from life as a professional musician at the age of 65, he died on December 28, 2016 on the peninsula Eiderstedt and was buried at sea.

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