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The Red Guitar: A story in and about jazz, The Red Guitar showcases Bruce Forman’s genre—breaking inventiveness and his ability to improvise and create within a classical form. Enlisting the full power of the jazz idiom and integrating it with seasoned and provocative story-telling, he confronts the dilemma of artistic obsession face-to-face—by creating a work of art that simultaneously explores and demonstrates the hold that music has over its most ardent followers, the hold that poses itself as a life-or-death, must-be-solved-question: “The Red Guitar. Do you play it…or does it play you? This Video trailer prominently features Bruce's Sonntag Ballade.
Portrait of Stefan Sonntag. Director: David Gastager
Original by Joe Krieg: Jollo
Played on Sonntag J18H Brigit(solo), Sonntag J17X Standard (comping)
Joe Krieg: Emily by Johnny Mandell/Johnny Mercer.
Played on Sonntag J17X Standard (solo), Sonntag J18H Brigit (comping)
Sonntag J17X Archtop Jazz Guitar - 'Blue in Green' Changes -
Jazz-Ballad played by Andreas Schulz
Helmut Nieberle und Paulo Morello
Pula Pola (Helmut Nieberle)
Helmut Nieberle plays a Sonntag J16H Ballade, sevenstring
Paulo Morello plays a Sonntag J16H Ballade
Helmut Nieberle, Paulo Morello: Strike Up The Band (G. Gershwin)
Played on Sonntag J16H Brigit/7-string, Sonntag J16H Ballade
Helmut Nieberle, Paulo Morello: Petit Moustique (written by Helmut Nieberle)
Played on Sonntag J18X Augusta, Sonntag J16H Ballade