Hawai five O Theme played on instruments built from materials used in wine growing. With "Sound of Terroir", Austrian vigneron Franz Weninger tries to visualize the differences in taste of one vine grown on 3 different grounds.

More information: weninger.com/eng/soundofterroir

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To create the "The Sound of Terroir -- Weninger's Wine Orchestra", accomplished musicians played three different pieces at the Franz Liszt Center in Raiding, Austria, performing on instruments which were specially built from materials used in winemaking.

Credits:

Franz Weninger (Idea, Concept, Production)
Manuel Gruber (Idea, Concept, Production, viralvideo.at)
Philipp Klemm (Idea, Concept, Production, viralvideo.at)
Michael Rottmann (Concept, Production, DoP)
Armin Bointner (Director)
Michael Glatter-Götz (Head of Music)
Thomas Assanger (Arrangements)
Alexander Zlamal (Mixing Engineer)
Martin Kerschbaum (Sound Engineer)
Alexander Haspel (Production, Light, 2nd Camera)
Boris Steiner (Camera Assistant)
Philipp Habenicht (Grip)
Sandra Reichl (Motion Graphics)
Nina Havlicek (Text Intro)
Markus Pauschenwein (PR & Communications)
Michael Prünner (PR & Communications)
Stuart Freeman (Voiceover)
Clemens Frühstück (Conductor)
Ferdl vom Liszthaus (Technician Liszt Center, lisztzentrum.at)

Musicians

Bottles: Agnes Glatter-Götz, Helene Glatter-Götz, Michael Glatter-Götz, Evelin Greibich, Johanna Schwarz, Stefanie Traxlmayr
Trumpets: Alexander Pasolli, Jakob Peböck
Bottle Zither: Stephan Hörander
Percussions: Rainer Schumich, Robert Sandhofer, Patrik Ehrenreich, Martin Hirschmann, Raphaela Pachinger, Martin Süss

Translations:

Philipp Klemm (English)
Daniel Cox / Monika Weigel (Spanish)
Florian Mayerhofer (French)
Florian Purkerthofer / Noriko Matsumoto (Japanese)

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