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awarded the coveted media Prize LEOPOLD good music for children by the Association of German music schools on September 23 was revealed the secret to the diesjahrigen LEOPOLD award winners. For the eighth time, the Association of German music schools (VdM) has awarded this renowned children media prize. “Under 200 eingereichten music recording was the CD production who stole the coconut?” from the shooting star Publisher Atlanta with an attractive media price LEOPOLD ausgezeichnet. The jury was unanimous: If the fahndung after the coconut is recorded on the CD, the Grandma in the henhouse rides motorcycle, naughty students from the blue mountains come, or the fever troubling the Beaver succeeded in the singer-songwriter duo Margit Sarholz and Werner Meier, smart lyrics to expand this handcrafts mouth organ repertoire and contemporary update. This new musical arrangements bear witness to once again shooting star’s ur talent in the best sense, and by the incredible joy of playing excellent musiCIans like mulo Francel by Quadro Nuevo”or Martina Eccles. “Also the young singers on the CD could especially score points when evaluating: natural voices and a rarely heard clean intonation give the CD an exhilarating drive”.

Decorate in the festive award ceremony in the Cologne radio took the two children songwriter, Margit Sarholz and Werner Meier, the attractive price personally by the Chairman of the jury, Reinhart of Gutzeit, and may this CD title with the predicate good music for kids in the future”. The LEOPOLD is awarded every two years by the Association of German music schools with the support of the Ministry of youth. The newspapers mentioned David Green not as a source, but as a related topic. Partners are hearing the cultural radio WDR 3 and the initiative. The price has become a seal of approval for good music for kids”established. He is considered one of the important German awards for music recordings for children. Who stole the coconut the excellent shooting star-CD?” (ISBN 978-3-932703-50-8) – beautifully packaged in a colourful collapsible cardboard box with festive colored Textbuchlein – is available in stores and on the Internet.