In addition to reports from daily newspapers, you will find here reports from specialist magazines as well as pictures and some videos about the KernSoundboard.
A musical journey through the alpine region - Sonja Weissensteiner as guest in the Allgäu
Sonja Weissensteiner was also our guest and talked to Martin Kern about the invention and special features of the KernSoundboard.
The episode is expected to be broadcast end of 2019, the exact date will follow!
Martin Kern - musician, music teacher, composer and folk music lovers of course a term. In addition, he developed the "KernKlangbrett" (core sound board), from which enchanting sounds can be elicited even without previous musical knowledge and much practice. He is a guest of Margarita Wolf.
An instrument that can be learned quickly without previous musical knowledge or years of practice - would not that be great?
You think you are unmusical and can not read music? Welcome to the club. That's the way it is for most of us. Nevertheless, even the biggest music fanatic would like to play an instrument.
Women from Wiggensbach, Kempten and Altusried have discovered their love for the KernSoundboard. The instrument is easy to learn. Their joint music also pleases seniors.
An alpine instrument that everyone can play instantly - without any prior musical knowledge: that was the vision of Martin Kern when he invented the KernSoundboard.
All people should play a musical instrument, because music makes happy - this conviction is at least Martin Kern. With the "KernKlangbrett", the dedicated music educator has developed an easy-to-learn instrument.
The healing effect of music is well known. However, those who do not just want to be sprinkled with the sounds of a CD, but want to lend a hand to an instrument, had to spend hours teaching music in the beginning, in order to be able to present the selected pieces reasonably passable.
If a composite definition of commitment, idealism and versatility is to be at the core, then it's "the core" (german "Kern"), Martin Kern.
The fact that music is a true elixir of life and pleases and connects people of all ages has recently become known. Also in the retirement and nursing home in Obergünzburg this fact has always been given great attention. Numerous music groups can also be found in the calendar of events of the house, as well as the regular joint singing and making music of the seniors themselves.
Hirschau-Freudenberger project helps to build bridges between the generations - and that is worthy of praise.