Deutschlandspiegel 294/1979 1979
01 Black Forest horse-drawn sleigh ride in the snow. Snow-covered firs. Wild at the aesthetic at feeding site. Young couple at the Church in costume. Forest House. Folk dance in Black Forest Tracht. Tourists with skis. Crowds at the ski lift. Departure. Fall of man and child. Arts and crafts workshop. Man carves wooden masks for the Rottweiler fools leap and puts on mask. Alemannic Fastnacht in Rottweil. Parade of wooden masks.
(57 m) 02 30 years NATO Brussels: visit by Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt in the company of Foreign Minister Dietrich Genscher at the NATO Headquarters. Arrival and participation in meeting.
S/W: Document of the NATO Alliance. Debris after the war. in 1955, Adenauer signed the accession of the Federal Republic of Germany to the NATO.
Col: Tanks in the area. Maneuver staff before map. Guns fire. Start by fighter-bombers. War vessels in the maneuvers. The Bundeswehr as a helper in natural disasters. Use in Aufräumungs - and relief efforts in the earthquake in Morocco and Turkey. Ambulances in use. The zone boundary. Through shared bridge over River. Federal border guard boats. Maneuver with tanks. Helicopter. As maneuvers audience guests from the East. Pioneers in bridge construction. Dömitzer Elbe bridge.
(65 m) 03 rock Lady Inga Rumpf, Hamburg sings Inga Rumpf, great. Listen to tape. Inga Rumpf in her apartment filled with plants and junk. Inga with guitar. Appearance with band, close-up. Faces of audience size. Inga Rumpf cycle in skintight leather pants on the Reeperbahn. Inga looks out across the river Elbe to ship moving from.
(50 m) 04 recycling recycling of waste and environmental protection a. Duisburg: extraction of raw materials from waste of the Duisburg copper works. Giant gripper transport waste to the treatment. Transport and sorting on the conveyor belts. Man in suit before blast furnace. Iron, copper, nickel, cobalt and gold will be filtered out of material.
(b). Hamburg: reprocessing reactor developed for car tires and plastics, by scientists of the University of Hamburg. Sand whirl bath tires sets back into its constituent parts, which are collected in liquid form.
c. worms: plastic waste is converted into new products. Using shredder, plastic bags and containers are broken. Melting process and further processing of the obtained material for floor tiles and grids, as well as finished parts for parking lots and roads.
(59 m) 05. Berlin: green week 1979 flags before the Palais am Funkturm. Visitors in the exhibition. Cows are being misled. Boy with chain. Ponies in stand. Output of delicacies. Black Forest Cherry is served. Fruit and flower stall. Circumstances of Great Britain, Holland, Argentina, Peru, India, Spain, Colombia. Eat at Balalaikamusik (44 m) 06. Nuremberg: action space in the Germanic Museum Nuremberg's cityscape. In action, students playing experimental games with your hands with blue gloves. Games with rings, hoses, plastic bags, plastic containers. Light reflex experiments with spotlights, projectors. Big girl heads.
(45 m) 07 Königssee: sledge check the sledge and shoes of the riders before the race World Championship. Start and ride on the ice rink at Königssee. Luger crashes on the icy track. Young spectator, with dog on the arm on the edge of the track. Award ceremony for East German Luger.
Women: Luger at the start and in the race. Weigh-in before the race. Camera moves with a driving shot at high speed of the race.
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Wintersport ; Müllverwertung ; Portrait ; Jubiläum ; Berlin, auch Westberlin ; Museumspädagogik ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Federal ; Bundeswehr ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Craft ; Hobby ; Carnival ; Carnival ; Leisure, recreation ; Football ; Musical events ; Pacts ; Tobogganing ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; Townscapes: Germany ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; environmental protection, pollution ; Art ; Landscapes ; Maneuver ; People ; Holiday ; Contracts ; Winter ; civil service ; Listener ; NATO ; Exhibitions ; 01 16 mm project ; Sports honors ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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Inga Rumpf turns 75 (* August 2, 1946)
As the first woman to wear leather pants and play the electric guitar, she caused a sensation on the 1970s German music scene. Rolling Stone later called her "Germany's only world-class rock, soul and gospel singer" - Inga Rumpf.
The Hamburg-born singer began her career at the age of 19 as a member of the first German folk-rock group Die City Preachers, with Udo Lindenberg occasionally manning the drums. Three years later, she takes part in the first German Schlager competition with the song "Schade um die Tränen" („waste of tears“).
In 1970, Inga Rumpf and band mates founded the new formation Frumpy. From then on she wrote the songs herself. Musik-Express named them the "best German rock group". Frumpy was succeeded by Atlantis, which got a lot of attention in the USA. They even went on tour with rock legends Aerosmith and Lynyrd Skynyrd. In the 1980s, Inga Rumpf toured with her band Reality and with a changing line-up as Inga & Friends. In 1983 Tina Turner covered her songs "I wrote a letter".
In the mid-1990s the musician turned to jazz, blues, soul and gospel and made a name for herself in these genres not only as a composer, but above all as a brilliant interpreter with her smoky voice. In 2006, B.B. King asked Inga Rumpf to be his opening act for the German leg of his farewell tour. On the occasion of her 75th birthday, her autobiography "Darf ich was vorsingen?" and the brand new studio album "Universe Of Dreams" are released this month.