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Focke-Museum, Bremen

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  • We were at the current exhibition of pop music today. You'll pay eight euros, for the rest of the Museum, there are six euro, why actually and goes straight through and up the stairs to the first floor. Once at the top you taking a set of headphones, then you can hear information or sample songs depending on the station. Strange, I find the fact that the time newest music areas are at the top and the oldest at the back. So it goes back time always. For consumption at younger visitors quick sure not bad. I would have liked that it starts in 1920 and then continue to the present. You can of course also all the way back and start there, you just need to know it. In other words: There is a note to establish. The whole exhibition is by the way, completely designed in German and English. Everything is bilingual. One wonders just why. Englishman expected as visitors? I don't think so. Is yet to pop music in Germany and sporadically around references to Bremen. There you could have used better the place for the English texts for more information. Examples: The career of the comedian Harmonists shows excellent, including pious er man to Germany, returning here to Bremen. James Last is presented, of course as Bremer. The beat era including beat Club Bremen is explored. But, where's Stephan Remmler? Remmler grew up in Bremerhaven, and is the only one of the beat musicians out of the land of Bremen, who became later famous. About to read in a book that is sold below the lobby. Why it fails here. Here you can drag also connection to the earlier themed NDW. Euro Dance will be addressed, including the Bremer combo Mr. President. The Mimmis occur, also die Toten Hosen, both in terms of punk. Clothes by Claus Fabian are exhibited. The note that Hai and Campino together with ZK played and Hai from Düsseldorf in Bremen remained missing. DDR is punk release focuses on history of slime germ including the entire LP. Note that they called themselves Yahoos to is missing. Songs by mucus germ of this split LP unfortunately absent, for you can then hear skeptics and solid waste station. Rammstein are addressed, that this is a fun punk GDR had precursors, feeling B, unfortunately absent. Joachim Witt shows up only in the Gothic area with his song "The flood", past Duesenberg and NDW icon, unfortunately absent. Ever NDW, much trio, ideal, and Nena, a little mark. The context of the origin in the field of punk. The mistake with the article by Alfred Hilsberg, all absent. Bremer bands from the NDW early phase A5, organ bank, Home Records...alles error display. And then the exhibits, the phonogram on the side wall. Poster ok, burned CDs ok too, though I would have rather taken cassettes. Shellac completely meaningless and incoherent to clapping, just only as the LPs hung behind glass. Here would have the chance to show advanced features: Hoodoo-single in a design, Pentagram and Pentagon, deadly Doris Barbiesingles, Trio LP with carrying handle, German Beatle pressings, the mucus bacterial split LP with twittering machine, the German Elvis single, the Städtele, etc. It shows a Rammstein case with six dildos better. As visitors no one has thought to children here. Richard Weitze bear family is cited twice that the loan to vinyl from the Klaus Kuhnke archive in Bremen come remains unmentioned. Conclusion: Here it has squandered many chances. The creators have given trouble to make a modern exhibition. Apparently you don't have idea of contexts.
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  • Rather large eccentric beautiful modern building with beautiful layout, some nice pieces but without posh explanation about the real history of Bremen as free Hanseatic City. Borgward Isabella collection highlights including a silver-grey car, a command of Napoleon, surprisingly silverware and what ship models. This could be much better in terms of political and economic history.
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  • its ok for time pass. Not so interesting and not so boring as well, It was unplanned visit and quite informative on trade business, cultural aspects of old Bremen. 
  • Large museum giving a varied impression of the long history of Bremen.
  • Focke-Museum in the weak Hauser road 240 is very extensive, but also very interesting with its six exhibition buildings. Here, you can spend most of a day when you have enough leisure. My personal favorite is "the Oaks". In the newly building old is the prehistoric collection. A great Museum for the whole family.
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