Musician Klaus Doldinger honored for his life’s work – Munich

Sundays at 8:15 p.m Klaus Doldinger Present on ARD week after week: with its concise title music at the beginning of every crime scene crime thriller. Doldinger also wrote the title music for the series “Ein Fall für Zwei” and “Liebling Kreuzberg” as well as for Wolfgang Petersen’s film classic “Das Boot”. The jazz musician composed the soundtrack for the film adaptation of the children’s book “The Neverending Story” by Michael Ende. Even better known, however, is Doldinger as the head of the band passport. The saxophonist and his colleagues have been filling concert halls all over the world since the 1970s. Now the jazz musician, who also worked as a sound engineer, has received an honorary award from the German Academy for Television (DAfF) for his life’s work. It will be awarded on December 3rd in Berlin, where Doldinger was born in 1936. But he has been living with his wife near Munich for a long time.

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