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小提琴獨奏 / 小提琴独奏
Violin solo: Renate Spitzner

For the victims of fire accident, Taiwan – Formosa Water Park 為火災受害者, 台灣 – 台塑水上公園 / 为火灾受害者, 台湾 – 台塑水上公园

hundreds of people trapped in flames – 数百人陷火海 –
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dedication by

Violin and drawing: Renate Spitzner
Piano: Gerald Spitzner


music: Pianosolo Gerald Spitzner
drawing: Renate Spitzner
dedicated to my music-professor Prof. Josef Safar (+13.6.)


Shipname: Dongfangzhixing-东方之星-“Eastern Star”

Violin: Renate Spitzner Piano: Gerald Spitzner

“Hundreds missing after passenger ship sinks in China’s Yangtze River
About a dozen survivors found of the 458 people on board. One elderly passenger trapped inside the capsized vessel rescued. Five others may be alive inside the ship, say rescuers…”

“Ship carrying over 450 people sinks in China’s ‪#‎Yangtze‬:”

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Wei legend:

“Deep in the heart of Fujian’s Anxi County, there was a rundown temple which held an iron statue of Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion. Every day on the walk to his tea fields, a poor farmer named Wei would pass by and reflect on the temple’s worsening condition. “Something has to be done,” he thought.

Being poor, Wei did not have the means to repair the temple. Instead, he brought a broom and some incense from his home. He swept the temple clean and lit the incense as an offering to Guanyin. “It’s the least I can do,” he thought to himself. Twice a month for many months, he repeated the same tasks.

One night, Guanyin appeared to him in a dream, telling him of a cave behind the temple where treasure awaited. He was to take the treasure and share it with others. In the cave, the farmer found a single tea shoot. He planted it in his field and nurtured it into a large bush, from which the finest tea was produced. He gave cuttings of this rare plant to all his neighbors and began selling the tea under the name Tieguanyin, Iron Bodhisattva of Compassion.

Over time, Wei and all his neighbors prospered; the rundown temple of Guanyin was repaired and became a beacon for the region. Mr. Wei took joy in the daily trip to his tea fields, never failing to stop in appreciation of the beautiful temple.”

Save The Bees…
The original story of the little bee Maja (Biene Maja)

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Violinsolo, music, and drawing: Renate Spitzner


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