Strolling along the Seestraße of the Valeninstag classic hit from 2022 by Ralf Christoph Kaiser High Resolution Audio and sheet music and mp3 and cover

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Dear friends of Ralf Christoph Kaiser's art and music, today is Valentine's Day, February 14th, 2022 and we are releasing the latest classic hit: Strolling along the Seestraße by Ralf Christoph Kaiser in G major. You get the High Resolution Audio wav file including mp3 for your mobile phone and all sheet music and the cover.r.
The sheet music is suitable for brass band or small chamber orchestra.
There are parts for: flute, trumpet in B flat, horn in F, viola, bass, drum kit and timpani.
If you want more parts please ask.

On the weekend when the piece was created, I was in Dettingen to visit my parents and we went for a walk along Seestrasse in Constance. It was very nice weather and view of the Alps. Many nice people were there and it smelled a bit like spring. We drank a coffee to go and sat on the steps by the lake like we used to. There were swans and ducks and some friendly people were present and somehow it was almost like at the fair. Opposite the Ferris wheel turned and we had a view of the Constance Minster. This piece was written afterwards, full of hope and sprouting spring shoots, full of fun fair and waltz time. It's a celebratory piece that can bring a bit of sunshine to hearts today on Valentine's Day, while it was actually raining outside today.
So let's open the little window to our hearts and let the long-awaited love that's still outside in the rain come in to us again ;-)
Happy Valentines!

Your Ralf Christoph Kaiser

PS: This work here marks the beginning of a series of publications with "Konstanzer Klassik". Further works will follow with a complete CD, which will go on sale on March 1st, 2022 and will then be available on March 8th, 2022 in all digital stores such as Amazon, iTunes, Tidal, Napster and Spotify.
The CD will be called: "Konstanzer Klassik" because it only contains works that were composed in Konstanz in the youth room of my parents' house in the suburb of Dettingen, which belongs to Konstanz.
For the first time in a long time, there are musical jumps for joy and hopeful melodies with a lot of 3/4 time and waltz; with a lot of hope and joy and love, as if you wanted to escape the sadness that had spread after more than two years of the Corona Pandemic. A bit of a party mood for what may yet come and a bit of desire for a better future that you long for.