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Reichmann grew up in Frankfurt am Main and learned the classical flute and hurdy-gurdy . She studied at a conservatory for music in Frankfurt and with Valentin Clastrier in France (Master Class). She is also an engineer for environmental protection / ecological environmental protection, has carried out socio-ecological research using the example of the Kaitzbach and has managed future workshops.
As a musician, she was a member of the hurdy-gurdy ensemble "Die Hummel" and in 1985 a founding member of the group "Trio Grande". In 1986 she was involved in the recording of the film music for The Name of the Rose together with her father and brother .
In 1991 she and her duo partner Hans Lang won first prize for hurdy-gurdy duets at the international festival “ Rencontres internationales de Luthiers et Maîtres Sonneurs ” in Saint-Chartier , France. Since the beginning of 2000 she has performed as Duo Maritaca with Catarina de Paula Borba from Brazil . She can also be heard with SolarDrums-
Based on the European dance and folk music tradition, she mainly deals with contemporary folk music as well as the intercultural exchange of European and non-European musical traditions, and in this sense composes new music. As one of the most renowned hurdy-gurdy players, she lectures in courses and workshops.
Reichmann de Salas can be heard on the soundtrack for the film "Der Name der Rose" and u. a. on the following CDs:
|Rhubarb Pie||Cakes Rule!||Crunchy Frog Records CFRP 2||1993|
|Trio Grande||Nabucodonosor||Publishers of the Minstrels LC 6846||1990/1994|
|Trio Grande||Baggage||Publishers of the Minstrels LC 6846||1995|
|Profolk presents||It's only herb||Rum Records LC 6327||1996|
|Madre||Mesmerismo||Black skirt SR 002||1997|
|Hayner proudly present||United Folks||Publishers of the Minstrels LC 6846||1998|
|Wild Frontier||Thousand miles away||prime entertainment LC 1582||1998|
|Trio Grande||PiloPao||Löwenzahn / Heideck LC 1955||1998|
|The truth||nothing but the truth||Mutabor / Open Mind LC 1735||1999|
|Scrap heap||Stories||Sound box LC 10049||2001|
|29th Hurdy-Gurdy & Bagpipe Festival||Lißberg||Kapperecords||2002|
- Andy Gregory (Ed.) International who's who in popular music . London, 2002 ISBN 978-1-85743161-2 , p. 426 (on Google Books)
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Reichmann de Salas, Silke (married name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German musician|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 1, 1966|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Frankfurt am Main|