Florian Silbereisen is featured from the script of “1000 and 1 night”

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Florian Silberisen is under threat of consequences: When Jürgen Drews said “Farewell”, he crossed out the word “Indians” from the cult, he hit “1000 and 1 night (Zoom!)”. Its author, Dither Deem, is now filing a criminal complaint.

FRANKFURT am Main – The debate over Winnetou and the tangled question of whether and to what extent the word “Indian” should be used continue to stoke tensions: some consider unclean foreign attribution to be somewhat racist, while others fear language bans. The topic has now also reached German success – and it can Florian Silberisen (41) He causes some trouble …

Removing the “Indians” from the cult’s successes – Death Dem rages against the famous superstar Florian Silberisen

Spectators familiar with the script of the “Schlagerabschieds” (January 14) held (77) marking the end of Jürgen Drew’s career should have suspected a scene from the evening: Klaus Lagé’s cult hit “1000 and 1 Night (Zoom!) “presented by Florian Silbereisen and Beatrice Egli (34) as the duo were once again close in origin, but one word was exchanged: in the line “Do you remember, we played Indians”, discuss the word “Indians” should have given way to the harmless term “together”.

Successful superstars Beatrice Egli and Florian Silberisen, alongside politician and singer-songwriter Diether Deem (photomontage)
Left-wing former member of the Bundestag and singer-songwriter Diether Diehm is furious: because Florian Silberisen “inadvertently” changed the text of his song “1000 and 1 night (zoom!)”, the hit star is now threatened with legal consequences (photo montage) © Hartenfelser / Star- Media/Imago

For Diether Diem (72), who wrote the 1984 libretto for the German rock classic with Klaus Lager (72), this change is unacceptable. On Facebook, he lashes out at the former left-wing member of the Bundestag and singer-songwriter, speaking of “scrambling in a protected work of art” and “copyright infringement”. The two multiply volumes Florian Silberisen and Beatrice Egli “just had to go to a closed facility for outrageous nonsense,” the former SPD politician continued to shout.

“One Thousand and One Nights (Zoom in!)” – A piece of German music history:

Since 1984, “1000 and 1 Nights (Zoom!)” has delivered a reliably catchy tune. The music of the rock song was penned by Goran Walger, keyboardist Klaus Lage, and the lyrics were written by dither diem (as N. together. After an evening together, their friendship suddenly turns into love. After its release, the song reached number five in the German charts and stayed there for 22 weeks There are now a variety of cover versions, for example by pop legend Wolfgang Petri, jazz musician Roger Cicero, singer-songwriter Drangsal or a cappella group Maybebop.

Criminal complaint against Florian Silberisen – the author of the movie “1000 and 1 night” scolds the pop singer

Florian Silberisen is threatened with trouble, because Diether Diehm, “author and publisher of ‘1000 and One Nights (Zoom!)’ (…) has filed a criminal complaint,” the 72-year-old announced on the social network . He will also “take special legal measures against all the so-called Himat singers” who change the text “arbitrarily”. But with the 41-year-old pop star, he’s tough in court: “Silbereisen had neither my approval nor the slightest competence in taste,” said former GDR songwriter and critic manager Wolf Biermann (86).

He also insists that posterity should still be allowed to “play Indians” wherever and whenever they want; Just as we hope indigenous youth will be allowed to play ‘old white men’ forever and everywhere in the world.” The 72-year-old should have made clear Dieter Die’s position in this socio-political debate with his clear words and criminal complaint against Florian Silberisen. His Saturday night show caused problems in other ways: Jürgen Drews’ “Schlagerabschied” was derided by viewers as a “sinking ship”. Sources used: facebook.com/DietherDehm, “The Great Goodbye” (first)

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