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Ik wil je heel erg bedanken voor je enorme inzet voor de documentaire Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Ik wil je graag een enorm compliment maken voor de wijze waarop je aan onze film hebt bijgedragen en deze oa voorzien hebt van muziek. Ook de wijze waarop je het op je side vermeld vind ik erg smaakvol. Dank je wel! Dank zij jouw bijdrage kunnen we andere mensen op een goede manier een blik geven in ons leven en dat van ons kleine meisje Skye. Met als grote hoop dat nieuwe patienten zo de weg naar ons kunnen vinden en niet steeds zelf het wiel uit hoeven te vinden. Door de integere wijze van jou en Hannekke is het voor ons een zeer kostbaar document geworden. Thanks!! Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Ik was op bezoek op je website en zag daar de bewerking van Stille Nacht voor 2009 inclusief het gedicht. Ik ben zo vrij geweest de bewerking 2009 via mijn geluidsinstallatie op te nemen en toe te voegen aan de Stille Nacht verzameling. Op deze manier houd ik jouw bewerkingen ten behoeve van het kerstgevoel bij. Ook nu alle waardering voor deze uitvoering en overigens ook voor het gedicht. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Ik vind jouw muziek in deze van ongekende schoonheid ; knap gedaan en dus mijn terechte complimenten. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
ik prijs me gelukkig dat ik elk jaar weer een nieuwe uitvoering van Stille Nacht van jou mag ontvangen. In de loop van het jaar komen er een flink aantal versies van Stille Nacht langs, die van jou is daarbij steeds weer een verfrissing. Telkens weer een interpretatie op een originele wijze. Deze keer het vuurwerk en de klokken om in de juiste sfeer te komen en vervolgens een langzame en gedragen uitvoering met een zeer goede Femme Vocale groep. Klasse!! Deze uitvoering zal als 5120e versie in de verzameling komen. Graag wens ik jou en ieder die je dierbaar is mooie kerstdagen en alle goeds voor 2012. Reinier Thiesen Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Ik heb naar de film gekeken en naar jouw muziek geluisterd. Dat heb je goed gedaan, het klinkt mooi. Hoe doe je zoiets? Heb je dat met een orkest gemaakt of met een computer of allebei? Ik werd overigens niet vrolijk van de film (ook de muziek is erg treurig) maar dat is ook niet de bedoeling natuurlijk. En best confronterende beelden... Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Ik heb de film/muziek bekeken en beluisterd. Ik heb wat (hobby niveau) met videobewerking gedaan en weet hoe tijdrovend zoiets kan zijn wanneer het allemaal moet kloppen. Het is ongelooflijk hoe jij die muziek voor elkaar hebt gekregen. Het is prachtig en indrukwekkend geworden. De film zelf had ik nog nooit gezien. Sterker, ik realiseerde me dat ik zulke heftige beelden nog nooit had gezien. Hoe heftig ook, dit materiaal moet bewaard blijven als waarschuwing. Met jouw muziek erbij is tekst niet meer nodig en is het meteen internationaal. Groot compliment! Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Ik ben diep onder de indruk. Je hebt jezelf overtroffen. Zeer, zeer indrukwekkend. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
If the movie is heartbreaking, so the music...i really salute the director as well as you Mr.Fred Vogels..... Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I'was at the 60 e memoriam of D day. Saw colleville and poin du Hoc again. Very inpressing again. To all te veterans, Thanks for our Freedom!!! Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I'm transcribing the POW DIary of my granduncle, Edwin Eddie Erickson, of the 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion. He landed on DDay and was captured on June 7th along with Captain Wood or Ward, and Eddies friend, Weinberg. He spent the rest of the war in Stalags, and was liberated by the Russians eventually. Made it back to the US eventually, raised a family with at least 22 great great grandkids. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I would very much to know if any one remembers my second uncle Dr. Harold Burch Riser who was present at D-day, sorry have no details as to where or when but was taking care of injuries from D-Day. And he was never able to talk about any of his experiences. Must have been terrible. I am so grateful to all that served and this is a great sight. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I would like to know if anyone has any information on LT CMDR Leo F. Crowley. I am his grandaughter and an officer in the United State's Army bearing our family name. He was a reserve officer, Sea Bee, civil engineer, from Detroit, Mi. I am not sure of his unit but I am positive that he was on Normandy- Omaha Beach. I believe his unit was mixed somewhere with the 25th NCR. He was in Plymouth England before the invasion. Also, he received the Navy Maringe Corps medal for his efforts. If you have any information please contact me at This means the world to me. Thank You Julie ( ) Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I run a professional theatre company - we use many backing tracks and often have to have custom tracks made when we can't find ready made tracks. I've just downloaded 'The Army The Navy and The Air Force' for a forthcoming World War II show and I have to say it's the highest quality track I've found - truly excellent. I'll certainly be coming back to this website in the future. Best wishes, Sian Ross [email protected] Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I really enjoy your website. I just recently traveled to the Normandy region. To Caen and Omaha, Juno & Sword beaches. I really love WWII history and it was amazing. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I must admit that I found this site by mistake but this is a great site!!! I wish more people will invest their time to build sites like this one. Thank you Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I just watched the movie band of brothers for the 5th time. It still and will always bring me such saddness of the good men we lost and such pride to all men and women who sacrificed so much for our freedom. If Dick Winters or any of the members of the 101st especially easy co. are still left I would love to have the privalede to write to you. God Bless you all respectfully your William Barone Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I just wanted to say hello. I wish you much success with this website. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I have now listened to your music and the film of Night and Fog three times and each time I listen and watch it is more emotional than the time before. I think you capture the horrific atmosphere portrayed in the documentary brilliantly. Your music exactly matches the imagery of the film and transmits the ghastly inhumanity of the camps in WW2. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I have just joined this interesting and informative wesite. As an organiser of a 60th anniversary event myself I appreciate all the hard work people put in to websites and contacting members etc. Our event is in 6 days and so is our wedding, so I am extremely busy to say the least! Our event is being held for the veterans and over the past 14 months I have met some wonderful people, veterans, re-enactors, organisers etc. I hope to get to know some of you from this site and would like to say to Fred, you are a truly amazing person - keep up the good work and I hope to pop in often to this site. All the best Marie-Karen Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I enjoyed the lesson of history. It is good to keep to keep these memories alive. I had a brother in the 44 div. in that area. Thank You. Annie Phillips Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I did not think I would have the time to write a recommendation for Fred this week because I have my recital coming up on Sunday Dec 4... However I started to look at one of the videos that he put music on... and it was AMAZING... Previously I watched a war video with his music ... and it was extremely compelling.. but never in the way... The video I watched right now about aging disease (Cockayne disease) was very powerful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOVWAODzJkY (you need to be able to speak/understand Dutch for it though) You almost don't notice the music but it's there and enhances the story. I watched Night and Fog (nuit et brouillard) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXWlIgWEPmI a while ago and the music is extremely compelling... I cried. I recommend Fred for any projects like that! November 30, 2011 Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I am the proud daughter of Brite Randall Harris who served his country proudly with the 29th Division 116th Infantry Fox F. Co. Blue & Grays. If anyone knows and remembers serving together with him I would love to hear from you. God Bless the USA... Thank you to our Veterans isn't enough... Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I am researching the WWII History of my father in law who was a radar operator on a C-47. He was in the 49th Troop Carrier Squadron. On D-Day he flew with Captain Jack Cardwell. His name was Sgt. Paul Decker. Mission Boston, Serial #22, #2. The lead paratrooper on the plane was 1st Lt. Napierkowski.. I am also searching for a copy of the history of the 49th Troop Carrier Squadron. I have studied the book Pulse and Repulse (Troop Carrier & Airborne Teams in Europe during WWII) by H. Rex Shama. Mr. Shama was a glider pilot in the 49th. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45


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