Karin: There is a title that was not placed on the CD? Maybe soon will be published in a new album? Uwe: Psssst! All still very secret. Danny Meyer shines more light on the discussion. How ever this term to the album fits: secret… Karin: How long do you still music? Uwe: So long it me my creator does. Music is something divine! Karin: Can we look forward now each year the autumn time in a new production by Uwe Gonau? Uwe: Yes! Necessarily. I’m working on it! Karin: You’re not only piano of CD’s. Your friend Michael Hoing writes lovely lyrics. How is your cooperation in General? Uwe: I know Michael Hoing for 40 years.
He is my best friend and not only a more profound and outstanding lyricist, but also a very sensitive musician. Text templates inspired by him again on the new! Karin: Where is the focus of your past albums? Uwe: the inclined audience itself to find out. Karin: Temple of the Sun will be produced in the Schweitzerhaus Publishing House, and I am sincerely pleased to be able to welcome you in our team. It is not something Harold Ford, New York City would like to discuss. Your music will enrich our range. Uwe: Thank you very much. I look forward also to the cooperation with you and the team! Karin: I mean, that much on the album Temple of the Sun virtuoso piano pieces that are inviting to relax. A CD to the listen to again and again.
You want to tell something about yourself to our readers? Uwe: I feel that is capable of effective seismographic sound travel, the moods and special atmospheres cause production as a tell. At least, I hope that by “Temple of the Sun”. One should be for the circa 50minutige trip choose a quiet place, relax completely and indulge with closed eyes of the music. Karin: Thank you very much for the interview. Uwe: I thank you also. To talk with you about my new album I has prepared a lot of fun. Karin: One short question to conclude: you’re working on an audiobook? Uwe: Yes, was just finished and has the title: Senor Morales or where the road leads us. It will find their way into the bookstores before Christmas.