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Old Feb 23rd, 2008, 08:37 AM
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Anyone speak German?

I was surfing the Hofbrauhaus website for our upcoming trip to Germany, and wondering if anyone can translate these events that are happening while we are there?

Thank you muchly!!


Obermueller Musikanten
Eine lange Familientradition besitzt Blas- und Musikkapelle Obermueller. Verschiedene Besetzungen machen die Kapelle ohne Verstaerker mit ungekuenstelter Volksmusik zu einem Genuss. Der Notenschatz einiger Vorgaengergenerationen, behutsam vom derzeitigen Musikmeister Georg Obermueller durch eigene Kompositionen erweitert und perfektioniert, geben der Kapelle einen unverwechselbaren Stil. Sie spielen die Noten des legendaeren Blasmusikers Otto Ebner. Wo: Schwemme

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9-5-2008 Originial Tafernmusikanten
Bayerische Blasmusik im –Kleinstformat-. Seit 1992 spielen die Musiker im In- und Ausland. Ihre Kapelle haben sie nach der Gaststaette in Straubing benannt, in der sie ihren ersten Auftritt hatten. Besetzung: Fluegelhorn, Basstrompete, Gitarre, Akkordeon und Tuba Wo: Schwemme

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10-5-2008 Rottacher Musikanten
Die Rottacher Musikanten sind eine Besetzung der Blaskapelle Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee, die es seit ueber 100 Jahren gibt. Sie setzt sich aus zwei Trompeten, einer Posaune, einem Horn, einer Tuba und einer Ziehharmonika zusammen. Unter der Leitung von Hans Weber wird bayerische, tirolerische und boehmische Blasmusik gemacht. Wo: Schwemme

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10-5-2008 Blechbande
Traditionelle Bayerische Volksmusik Wo: Schwemme

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Old Feb 23rd, 2008, 09:08 AM
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This is for different Bavarian folk music bands. You wont find any other music there.
IMO Hofbraeuhaus is too crowded and touristy. For a little bit more of atmosphere take Augustiner and/or ask at
your hotel for alternate beer cellars.
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Old Feb 23rd, 2008, 09:25 AM
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I do not speak german but there are a bunch of translation programs on the web. Just cut and paste.
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Old Feb 23rd, 2008, 09:26 AM
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From Babelfish (hope this helps ;-)

Upper Mueller musi edges a long family tradition possesses blowing and band upper Mueller. Different occupations make the chapel without amplifiers with ungekuenstelter people music a benefit. The note treasure of some predecessor generations, carefully extended by the present music master George upper Mueller by own compositions and perfected, give an unmistakable style to the chapel. They play the notes of the legendary blowing musician Otto Ebner. Where: Oversupply
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Oh my - Babelfish is always good for a laugh... (The original text won't win any prize for world's greatest literature either.)

I'll give it a try, gimme a minute.
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Old Feb 23rd, 2008, 09:48 AM
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Obermueller Musikanten
Obermueller brass band has got a long family tradition. Different instrumentations make the band without amplifier a pleasure with its genuine folk music. The musical treasures of several ancestral generations, carefully extended and brought to perfection by the present conductor Georg Obermueller, create the band's distinctive style. They play the musik of the legendary brass musician Otto Ebner. Where: Schwemme (that's the ground floor part of Hofbräuhaus if I remember correctly).

Original Tafernmusikanten
Bavarian brass music in small format. Since 1992 the musicians have been playing in the country and abroad. They named their band after the pub in Straubing where they had their first gig. Instrumentation: flugelhorn, bass trumpet, guitar, accordion, tuba.
Where: Schwemme

Rottacher Musikanten
The Rottacher Musikanten are a part of the brass band Rottach-Egern on the Tegernsee that hast existed for more than 100 years. They consist of two trumpets, a horn, a tuba and an accordion. Conducted by Hans Weber, they are playing Bavarian, Tyrolian and Bohemian brass music. Where: Schwemme

(So if you want oompah-oompah, here it is!)
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I heard the Rottacher Musikanten at an equestrian festival on the Tegernsee two years ago. They are the real thing, lots of Bavarian style and gusto.

Best enjoyed with bratwurst and bier.

We were doing fine watching the horses and listening to the band until the heavens opened and rain descended in sheets.

Goretex to the rescue.
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Old Feb 23rd, 2008, 02:16 PM
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lol, thanks guys! That's exactly why I didn't try a translation website =)
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