February 25, 2021

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Show organist and songwriter won the mixing competition in Great Britain

Show organizer Claudia Hirschfield

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Great success for Claudia Hirschfield, showrunner and songwriter from Parsidt: with the song “Luciano” in Great Britain she has now won the open section of an international compilation competition – the UK Songwriting Competition.

Forsyth / Great Britain – Claudia Hirschfield’s song “Luciano” was more than 16 songs long. This is a great award for Hirschfield for his organization because it is very rare for a German to win.

“Claudia wrote and wrote this song on the 10th anniversary of the death of Luciano Pavarotti in 2017, which was a song of the century,” explains Andreas M uttner, Claudia Hirschfield’s husband and manager.

Song for the death of opera singer Luciano Pavarotti

Italian opera singer Luciano Pavarotti died of cancer in 2007 at the age of 71. Beyond the boundaries of opera and classical music, he is considered one of the most important tenants of all time.

A crowded campaign was possible in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, to record Hirschfield’s pieces with a great singer and band. In the same year “Luciano” was awarded the German Rock and Pop Prize in the “Best Mix” category. In 2018 the title came to the finals of a mix of “International Songwriting Competition” held in the United States. “Victory in Great Britain is now a crowned achievement,” Mattener said.

This song is also known as Ens. At the New Year’s Eve 2018 at Schottsenhalle Hunningen / Lutringen, singer Oscar Marin – along with Claudia Hirschfield – sang the song live. Mutner remembers the minutes of ovulation.

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Most recently, Claudia Hirschfield presented the title of the dialogue with the unusual folk song “Seam the Grim Reaper from N”. Festival-style fun production sparked many reactions – positive and negative.

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The song about the community is now available on various streaming sites by Winnie Fireman, a “singing trucker” from Pocholt. The song has over 7,500 views on YouTube alone.