[2] Undiagnosed severe pneumonia had led to a cardio-pulmonary arrest, from which Maximilian was resuscitated after eight minutes of hypoxia. Son premier titre, Ich wollte wie Orpheus singen, paraît en 1964. Reinhard Friedrich Michael Mey est le fils cadet de Gerhard Mey, avocat, et de Hertha Mey-Koch, institutrice. This led to his first recording contract. Son deuxième fils Maximilian trouve la mort en mai 2014, des suites d'une inflammation pulmonaire qui l'avait plongé dans le coma cinq ans plus tôt[2]. Il est élève du Collège français de Berlin et y passe à la fois l’Abitur et le baccalauréat français. For years, Mey has been an avid vegetarian,[3] and also has been active in the German chapter of the organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). He broke off his university studies in economics in order to concentrate on songwriting and singing, and has been a successful performer in Germany, in France, and in the Netherlands ever since. In 1967, he married a French woman named Christine. Avec un groupe de camarades d'école, il forme en 1957 un groupe de skiffle, les Rotten Radish Skiffle Guys, qui lui apporte ses premières expériences de scène. Ich war 17 oder 18, als es mich erstmals an Hirn und Herz packte. In 1961, he became part of the group Les Trois Affamés, with Schobert Schulz. Bei der Recherche stolperte ich über Dein neues altes Lied: „Nein, meine Söhne geb’ ich nicht“. Il apprend seul à jouer de la trompette. He records his French material under the name of Frédérik Mey. Reinhard Meys Familie unterstützte sein Talent und so lernte er schon sehr früh auch weitere Instrumente. ", echoing the first sentence of the first article of the German constitution), The first bars of Reinhard Mey's Gute Nacht, Freunde have been used since 1976 as the beginning of the theme tune for the popular Dutch radio show Met het Oog op Morgen, broadcast every night from 23:00 until midnight on Radio 1. Le chanteur Ulrich Roski, la politologue Gesine Schwan y sont ses camarades[1]. Il interprète plusieurs de ses chansons indifféremment en allemand ou en français. By 2009, Mey had released 27 German albums, and generally releases a new album approximately every two years; his first album was Ich wollte wie Orpheus singen (1967); the most recent studio album is Das Haus an der Ampel (2020). Several of his songs deal with the theme of prevention of cruelty to animals, the most famous one being "Die Würde des Schweins ist unantastbar" (roughly, "a pig's dignity is inviolable. Il interprète plusieurs de ses chansons indifféremment en allemand ou en français. Die Dame … He has written songs in German, French, Dutch and English. During his school years he gained performance experience by playing Skiffle music with friends. Reinhard Mey commence l'étude du piano à 12 ans ; à 14 ans, sa tante lui offre sa première guitare, et peu après il en achète une deuxième pour seulement 14 DM. Mey writes both sensitive and humorous songs, with subject matter taken mostly from his everyday life and surroundings. Jens Kommnick hat dazu zwei Gitarren und ein Cello gespielt und mir das Arrangement geschenkt, und ich habe in meiner Dichterstube dazu gesungen, einfach so, die Aufnahme ist eine Skizze ohne Photoshop, ohne Equalizer, mal wirklich „unplugged“. Their marriage was dissolved in 1976. Il interrompt de nouvelles études en management à l’Université technique de Berlin au bout d'un semestre pour se consacrer entièrement à sa vocation d'auteur-compositeur interprète. In France he is known as Frédérik Mey. He taught himself how to play the trumpet. Es ist Zeit für ein Wiegenlied! Reinhard Mey was born on 21 December 1942, in Berlin, Germany, where he spent his childhood. In der Liebe fand er schon früher sein erstes Glück und heiratete 1967. Mey's politics tend to be moderate to left-leaning. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Reinhard Friedrich Michael Mey (born 21 December 1942) is a German "Liedermacher" (literally "songmaker", a German-style singer-songwriter). At the age of twelve, he had his first piano lesson, and at the age of fourteen he got his first guitar. Nevertheless, his Annabelle criticises female political correct deadly-serious non-serene activism; Mey is said later to have repented of it and wrote another song in response to himself. Reinhard Mey, connu en France sous le nom de Frédérik Mey, est un auteur-compositeur-interprète allemand né le 21 décembre 1942 à BerlinWilmersdorf. In 1965, Mey was offered the chance to perform at a Liedermacher festival at Waldeck Castle, a converted castle ruin. Mey is known to embark upon an extensive concert tour every two or three years, with a live album released from each tour. Il épouse une Française, Christine, dont il divorcera en 1976. Weiter stellt Reinhard Mey klar, dass er sich vom menschenverachtenden Gedankengut, welches durch die missbräuchliche Verwendung seiner Werke transportiert wird, … Today, Mey lives in Berlin-Frohnau in his second marriage (since 1977) to Hella Hennies (born in Hannover), and had three children in the marriage: Frederik (born 20 November 1976), Maximilian (born 28 January 1982; died May 2014), and Victoria-Luise (born 19 November 1985). La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 26 avril 2020 à 18:38. His son Maximilian died in May 2014 after five years in a persistent vegetative state. Mey est ensuite commercial-stagiaire aux laboratoires Schering à Berlin. [3] His themes include life on the road, his hobbies (e.g., flying),[4] childhood memories, his family life and surroundings, and occasionally politics.[3]. He taught himself how to play the trumpet. Es ist vielleicht nach „Es ist an der Zeit“ (siehe unten), das rührendste und auch beste deutschsprachige Friedenslied. Mey vit depuis 1977 à Berlin-Frohnau avec sa seconde épouse Hella, dont il a eu deux fils (nés en 1976 et 1982) et une fille (née en 1985). Nur kurze Zeit später gründete Reinhard Mey seine erste Band und sammelte so wichtige Erfahrungen für seine kommende Musikkarriere. His biggest success to date was Mein Achtel Lorbeerblatt (1972). Reinhard Mey – Kati und Sandy. Reinhard Mey was born on 21 December 1942, in Berlin, Germany, where he spent his childhood. Meine Lieblingslieder des größten Liedermachers aller Zeiten In 1963, Mey graduated from the French Gymnasium in Berlin, receiving the German Abitur as well as the French Baccalauréat, and thereafter began vocational training as an industrial trader at Schering AG Berlin. La même année, il se produit pour la première fois en spectacle à l'occasion du Festival Chanson Folklore International, au milieu des ruines du château-fort de Waldeck dans le Hunsrück. After the words "und ein letztes Glas im steh'n", the Mey song fades away and an orchestra takes over. His most famous song by far is "Über den Wolken" (1974), which has been covered by numerous German artists. En 1961, il forme avec Wolfgang Schulz un nouveau groupe, Les Trois Affamés. Reinhard Mey, connu en France sous le nom de Frédérik Mey, est un auteur-compositeur-interprète allemand né le 21 décembre 1942 à Berlin–Wilmersdorf. [5], "Fünf Jahre nach Zusammenbruch: Sohn von Reinhard Mey gestorben", "Reinhard Mey: 'Gesine Schwan ließ mich abschreiben, http://nos.nl/artikel/303454-begintune-oog-op-morgen-opgefrist.html, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Reinhard_Mey&oldid=967325206, Officers Crosses of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 1968 Prix International de la Chanson française (the first non-French singer to receive this award), This page was last edited on 12 July 2020, at 16:11. Reinhard Mey stellt klar, dass er keine Einwilligung in die urheberrechtswidrige, textliche Umgestaltung und Aufführung seines Werkes erteilt hat und dass er diese missbräuchliche Verwendung auch niemals genehmigen wird. Liebeslieder, politische Lieder oder einfach nur schöne Lieder. https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Reinhard_Mey&oldid=170077223, Auteur-compositeur-interprète francophone, Article de Wikipédia avec notice d'autorité, Portail:Époque contemporaine/Articles liés, Portail:Langue française et francophonie/Articles liés, Portail:Biographie/Articles liés/Culture et arts, Portail:Biographie/Articles liés/Entreprises, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence, Diplomatenjagt (version allemande de La chasse présidentielle). Der musikalische Durchbruch gelang ihm jedoch erst 1971, nachdem er bereits einige Jahre Musik gemacht hatte. He speaks out in particular for freedom and non-violence, and not only in his songs (for example, he participated in a demonstration at the beginning of 2003 against the coming war in Iraq). Strongly influenced by the French chanson, Mey's political songs were relatively scarce among his works at the beginning, but they have increased in quantity over time, such that there is usually at least one song on each new album about politics. At the age of twelve, he had his first piano lesson, and at the age of fourteen he got his first guitar. En 1967 il représente l'Allemagne au festival de Knokke-Le Zoute, performance qui lui vaut son premier contrat avec un producteur musical français. During his school years he gained performance experience by playing Skiffle music with friends. His 2004 album, Nanga Parbat, for example, includes "Alles OK in Guantanamo Bay", a song critical of the U.S. detention facility in Cuba.