With the song "so klingt’s aus bohmen" the weisachtalers welcomed their visitors to the second bohemian evening on saturday evening in the hartlebsaal in maroldsweisach. Helmut beck led through the program. Katja meibner and willi hohmann sang "grub gott ihr freunde" to the sounds of the band (conducted by dimitry braudo)." The slow-rock for flugelhorn and trumpet by andy schreck was also performed, with peter seifert impressing as soloist on both instruments. In the following almost 20 pieces of music were performed and the weisachtaler did not escape the applause.
The "fox pit polka presenter helmut beck took the opportunity to talk about ernst mosch, who started his career with bohemian folk and brass music in 1956 with this polka, among others. The weisachtaler had a special relationship to ernst mosch and his egerlander musicians, since he had given a guest performance with his egerlanders in maroldsweisach in july 1973. "Ernst mosch has presented bohemian brass music to a wide audience like no other", beck said. So there was also the waltz "pure joie de vivre" by kurt gable, the "sudbohemian polka" and "from friend to friend, before the weisachtaler rehearsal march was played, which, as helmut beck said, was composed by claus ziegler.
Ordered only indirectly by the district administrator
This rehearsal march came about because heidi hofmann from maroldsweisach once heard a district administrator in the allgau region tell kurt gable that he could compose a piece of music for the district. Heidi hofmann, when she moderated the first bohemian evening in 2017, asked if "our district administrator wilhelm schneider could not order a song from claus ziegler, who plays with the weisachtalers." This had caused laughter at the concert in 2017 and wilhelm schneider, who was present, had said: "we have to do something about this"." This in turn prompted claus ziegler to come up with an idea. He composed the "weisachtaler march", without really being ordered by the landrat. "It shouldn’t be that serious, claus ziegler thought, and also that one could take oneself, the weisachtaler, for a ride here", said presenter beck.
Conductor dimtry braudo took over during the "loffelpolka" the drums, so that the percussionist could play this piece of music as a soloist. After the break the saxophones of the soloists elke pratsch, miriam pratsch and maximilian hofmann sang the song "saxophone dreams"." During the technically demanding "zimmermannpolka" the tenor horns (katja meibner and gerd-peter schmidt) and the baritones (werner and tobias mildenberger) were asked to do their utmost. The four of them mastered their solo bravouros and were given plenty of applause and bravo calls.
The well behaved conductor braudo involved the audience again and again. He animated the audience with the "fabian polka" to the interjection of the solo beats by means of clapping and invited at "my heart beats only for you" to throw a few kisses to the neighbors at the place provided for this purpose in the music piece.
Before the final song "wir musikanten" which was about the fact that musicians, united by playing and singing, are friends for life and that harmony in the blood and music is good for you", there was still plenty of bohemian music to hear. Willi hohmann and lena mildenberger sang some of the pieces and inspired the visitors of the bohemian evening. This was not allowed to end before the actors on the stage performed the "bohemian dream" and "see you soon, now I have to leave you, in my thoughts I will be with you alone" as an encore put on.