Franz Schindlbeck

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Franz Schindlbeck

Born in 1967 in Mallersdorf, Mr. Schindlbeck began drumming at age five. After serving as principal percussionist at the Mannheim Nationaltheater, he joined the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in 1992. While mastering classical percussion, he is also actively performing as a member of the Berlin Philharmonic Jazz Group and appears at numerous jazz festivals. In addition, Mr. Schindlbeck teaches younger musicians as an advisor at the Herbert von Karajan Foundation and as a professor at the Academy of Music Hanns Eisler Berlin.

Biographie

Mr. Schindlbeck heads the list of artists who are essential in helping Yamaha to achieve further advances in percussion. His initial encounter with Yamaha dates back to his purchase of Yamaha Recording Custom Drums at age 16 that was motivated by his idolization of legendary drummer Steve Gadd.

Subsequently, in June 2001 when the Percussion Division was established at Yamaha Frankfurt Atelier (one of Yamaha's wind instrument R&D bases) a Yamaha representative visited Mr. Schindlbeck to get his impressions of the latest Yamaha percussion thereby making the start of joint development of snare drums.

This relationship eventually led to the development of the BSM-1450 and BSM-1465, which realize a diverse sound that is both strong and delicate. These Yamaha snare drums thus serve as valuable partners enabling the range of musical expression required by the world's premier Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

Produits connexes

BSM-1465

BSM-1465

Conçue en collaboration avec Franz Shindlbeck, premier percussionniste du Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. La BCS (Berlin Combination Snare) est une caisse claire utilisant un seul matériau (câble droit en acier inoxydable gainé de nylon) qui étend au maximum la plage dynamique avec une résonance minimum ///which causes from the other instruments' sound. Lorsqu'une certaine puissance est nécessaire, le fût en érable à 6 plis (profondeur 6,5 pouces) est capable de produire un son symphonique profond.

BSM-1450

BSM-1450

Conçue en collaboration avec Franz Shindlbeck, premier percussionniste du Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. La BCS (Berlin Combination Snare) est une caisse claire utilisant un seul matériau (câble droit en acier inoxydable gainé de nylon) qui étend au maximum la plage dynamique avec une résonance minimum ///which causes from the other instruments' sound. Le fût en érable à 6 plis (profondeur 5 pouces) est très expressif, capable de reproduire aussi bien le pianissimo le plus subtil que les passages les plus nets.

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