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  • Trumpeter's Song | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    played the song for them The trumpeter is also one of Bad Saeckingen s symbols used for promotion and also on the town s Homepage For a long time it s been a tradition in town that the first trumpeter of the municipal orchestra plays this role Listen to the Trumpeter s Song A short part 350 kB The whole song 3 4 MB Pia Schanz s CD Behüt dich Gott is available at the Kurverwaltung in Bad Saeckingen You can also get it if you write to piaschanz web de Behüt dich Gott Das ist im Leben häßlich eingerichtet daß bei den Rosen gleich die Dornen stehn und was das arme Herz auch sehnt und dichtet zum Schlusse kommt das Voneinandergehn In deinen Augen hab ich einst gelesen es blitzte drin von Lieb und Glück ein Schein Behüt dich Gott es wär zu schön gewesen behüt dich Gott es hat nicht sollen sein Leid Neid und Haß auch ich hab sie empfunden ein sturmgeprüfter müder Wandersmann Ich träumt von Frieden dann und stillen Stunden da führte mich der Weg zu dir hinan in deinen Armen wollt ich ganz genesen zum Danke dir mein junges Leben weih n Behüt dich

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/scheffel/trompeterlied.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Trumpeter Performers | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    Bad Säckingen that the first trumpeter of the Stadtmusik performs the Trumpeter s Song for the tourists and inhabitants Here you can see who performerd the trumpeter in the past Eugen Wissler Max Serazio Trumpeter Performer from 1949 1970 Heinz Röder Trumpeter Performer Peter Strittmatter in the Fischergasse Trumpeter performer from 1969 1972 Peter Strittmatter at the Trumpeter s Castle Freddy Müller Trumpeter performer from 1970 1977 Bild Foto Forstmeyer

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/scheffel/trompeterdarsteller.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Scheffel today | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    into the world became a firm part of our local history The Festspielgemeinde performs the Trompeter in the open air the museum in the castle has its own Scheffel room Since 1979 an annual Trumpeter Master Class is held and since 1985 the museum has gained a percious Trumpet Collection You can find many interesting things e g books graphics and photos about Scheffel and the Trumpeter in the municipal

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/scheffel/scheffel_aktuell.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Historic Town Views | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    the postcard The History of the Postcard With the introduction of the picture postcard in the last third of the 19th century a completely new way of communication began The senders had only a little bit of space for their personal notes around the picture because the front side was reserved only for the adress The idea of a postcard started in the 1870s but at first it was not popular because everybody could read the text During the war between Germany and France in 1870 71 the new medium was used millions of times as a field postcard From 1885 onwards private companies were allowed to produce postcards and soon the golden age of the picture postcard began In 1899 88 millions of postcards were printed People also began to collect them Soon there were 60 companies producing albums in Germany In 1900 one factory in Frankfurt had 1 200 employees every day they printed hundreds of new motifs In 1903 04 1 16 billion postcards were on their way throughout Germany Until 1905 the front was reserved for the address so one could only write some sentences on the back around the picture In 1905 the divided back

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/hist/historic_townviews.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • St. Fridolin | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    In Poitiers in France he rebuilt the church and the grave of St Hilarius both of which had been destroyed and the bishop made him an abbot Fridolin went to Alemannia the southern part of Germany including Switzerland and parts of France There he founded several churches and monasteries for the honor of St Hilarius After a long yourney through the country he finally arrived on the island in the Rhine at Saeckingen which was used as pasture by the pagan inhabitants Postcard St Fridolin Apostel Alemanniens Postmark 02 03 1915 But the Alemanics didn t like that this new religion and expelled the intruder Fridolin went to the King and was given the island as a royal gift Then he started building the monastery and the church still against the resistance of the inhabitants Fridolin finished the St Hilarius church and the double monastery for men and women On the 6th of March he died and was buried in the church As time went by a real St Fridolin kult started Even today people come from far away to participate in the annual procession on the first Sunday after the 6th of March Postkarte St Fridolin Founder of the monastery at Saeckingen in the VI century Postmark 11 03 1900 The saint s legend shows him stubbing the island The dead man often pictured beside the saint is Urso from Glarus a noble man who had donated rich properties to the monastery After Urso s death his family fought against These donations So St Fridolin got the dead man out of his grave to testify in front of the jury Postcard Saeckingen St Fridolin s Procession circa 1930 In the past there were many doubts about the truth of Balther s legend Today we are sure that St Fridolin

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/hist/fridolin.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Fridolin Procession | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    s Castle The Castle today Trumpet Museum Bergsee Buildings Streets Squares Home Historic Town Views Fridolin Procession St Fridolin s Procession The annual St Fridolins Procession on Sunday after March 6th is a highlight of the cultural life in Bad Saeckingen In a long tradition many people from our town and the neighbourhood share the procession St Fridolin s silver shrine 2001 Procession about 1998 Procession 2001 Angels with relics

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/hist/fridolinsprozession.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Town Views | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    Bergsee Buildings Streets Squares Home Historic Town Views Town Views Historic Town Views Beside postcards with the Trumpeter there are lots of cards mostly showing different town views of Saeckingen Please click on the pictures to see them bigger View from the Swiss bank of the Rhine Postmark 11 03 1900 View from the Black Forest about 1914 Aquarell view from the German bank of the Rhine Postmark 06 03 1899 View from the station in Stein Switzerland Postmark 05 09 1905 View from the Swiss bank Postmark 06 04 1916 View from the Black Forest Postmark 10 08 1913 View from the Swiss bank Postmark 24 04 1904 View from the north postmark 19 07 1910 View from the station in Stein Switzerland Postmark 03 08 1925 Castle s park with Castle and Diebsturm Thieve s Tower 1910 Banks of the Rhine with Diebsturm and Wooden Bridge Postmark 21 05 1907 View from Switzerland 1920 Castle s park from the Swiss bank 1922 Aerial view of the town center about 1950 Aerial view from the south postmark 24 12 1937 View of Gallusturm and Cathedral Postmark 09 01 1941 View from Switzerland circa 1920 Postmark 18 01 1899 Postcard

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/hist/gesamtansichten.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Wooden Bridge | Der Trompeter von Säckingen
    Views Wooden Bridge The Wooden Bridge at Bad Säckingen The Wooden Bridge at Bad Saeckingen is 200 meters long It is the longest covered wooden bridge in Europe The first bridge between the town on the island and the southern bank was first mentioned in a document in the 13th century Postmark 21 08 1937 During the Middle Ages the bridge was often damaged by floods In 1570 the town started to build a new bridge on a stone construction That was when the bridge took on its current form From then on floods could not destroy the bridge anymore but during all the wars of the following centuries the wooden parts were burnt down several times View from the bridge circa 1920 In 1801 the Rhine became the new border with Switzerland In the 1960s the new power station was built upstream and the stone construction had to be rebuilt Saeckingen with the bridge seen from Stein Switzerland Postmark 14 01 1906 Until 1979 the wooden bridge was used for all car traffic to Switzerland Then the new bridge downstream was built and the Wooden Bridge is now reserved for pedestrians Please click on these pictures to see them

    Original URL path: http://www.trompeter-von-saeckingen.de/english/hist/holzbruecke.htm (2016-02-14)
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