German children's songwriter Matthias Meyer-Göllner died suddenly at the age of 61. The sadness is great.

Matthias Meyer-Göllner, the composer of children's songs, died suddenly at the age of 61. As can be read on his website, he died on April 7 in Barcelona. The exact cause of death is not yet known.

A statement addressed to his young fans was published on his page: “He loved to make music with you and with you! He was especially inspired by children with their enthusiasm. He leaves us dizzy and very, very sad! But his songs and words remain and we will always remember him!”

Mourning for the children's song writer Matthias Meyer-Göllner

Matthias Meyer-Göllner was also known as “Irmi with the Timpanes”. The music teacher lived in Kiel and discovered his love for children's songs during his studies in special education. He composed not only songs, but also musicals in which children played the main roles. He also organized participation concerts and workshops for the whole family.

The author of children's songs, Suli Puschban, mourns the loss of Matthias Meyer-Göllner on Instagram. He writes about the photo showing both musicians: “It breaks my heart! (…) No one was as much a children's songwriter by vocation as he was. He delighted an incredible number of children and adults with hundreds of songs full of heart and humor.

The creator of children's songs, Rolf Zuckowski (76, “Christmas bakery”) also says goodbye to his colleague on Instagram. Commenting on Suli Pushban's contribution, she writes: “We are losing such a special, unifying and encouraging force. Heartfelt condolences to his loved ones.”

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Author: Klara Indernach (KI)

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