issum Fine Tune and Sound and Soul enthralled the audience at St. Nicholas Church in Issum. The donations received are for the “Make a Wish” campaign.
According to the organizers of the St. Nikolai Brotherhood, visitors’ expectations for the benefit concert at the Issum were far exceeded. Brotherhood of Throne invited the group Fine Tune and Sound and Soul to a meeting with choir Christian Weiler. The church was bathed in atmospheric light. Even before the official debut, Fine Tune played the first track, “Waves of Kilky”, to get in the mood.
Bernhard Gretemeier, as the representative of the throne and the current rifleman, welcomed all visitors and actors. The first reference to the fundraising campaign stated the reason for the concert. Then it started. The fine tune originated with the titles of Scottish and Irish folk tunes. The audience was thrilled. In the first part, Sound & Soul chose songs from the sacred/gospel program, such as “A Star Is Born” and “Ave Maria”, before the break. Famous titles like “Hail Holy Queen” were interpreted in an atmospheric manner. After this, Brake got a lot of applause.
In the second part, Fine Tune was able to quickly take viewers back on their musical journey through Scotland and Ireland with the title “Blarney Roses”. The enthusiastic rhythmic claps and stamps were accompanied by both.
Rheurdt’s female choir devoted itself to film and pop titles. Sound & Soul ended the evening with performances of “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “Bohemian Rhapsody”. A romantic song about love – “This Love Will Carry”, composed by Dougie McLean, all sung and sung to the fine tune – elicited sympathy. At the end of the evening came together a very good charity result. Bernhard Gretemeier finally said goodbye, a big thank you to everyone involved and the donors, especially for the fee waiver on behalf of the musicians for the “Make a Wish” campaign.
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