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Various - Sound Of Germany (German And Alpine Folkmusic) album flac

Various - Sound Of Germany (German And Alpine Folkmusic) album flac Performer: Various
Title: Sound Of Germany (German And Alpine Folkmusic)
Style: Volksmusik, Polka
Released: 1989
MP3 album: 1630 mb
FLAC album: 1244 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: ASF WAV MOD TTA AIFF APE AA
Genre: Folk and Country

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Die Fröhlichen Schwarzwälder* Die Mühle Im Schwarzwald
Adapted By – Villinger*Written-By – Richard Eilenberg
3:20
A2 Chor Und Orch. Werner Theisen* / Kurt Rulf Die Loreley
Written-By – Friedrich Silcher, Heinrich Heine
2:55
A3 Orchester Gerd Wellnitz Einzugsmarsch Der Bonner Ehrengarde
Written-By – Wellnitz*
2:01
A4 Peter Stieben La Paloma
Written-By – Yradier*
4:07
A5 Orchester Nando Franchi Danke Berlin
Written-By – Irma Holder, Nando Franchi
3:11
A6 Orchester Nando Franchi / Sally Gilbert Lili Marleen
Written-By – Hans Leip, Norbert Schultze
3:39
B1.a Unknown Artist Ich Hab' Mein Herz In Heidelberg Verloren
Written-By – Trad.*
3:51
B1.b Unknown Artist Keinen Tropfen Im Becher Mehr
B1.c Unknown Artist Im Krug Zum Grünen Kranze
B1.d Unknown Artist Die Lore Am Tore
B1.e Unknown Artist Es Zogen 3 Burschen
B1.f Unknown Artist Studio Auf Einer Reis'
B2 Die Retzbachtaler Musikanten Grüß Mir Die Heimat
Written-By – Karl Barthel, Michael Sauer , Walter Fink
1:58
B3 Chor Und Orchester Werner Theisen / Kurt Rulf Edelweiß
Written-By – Eberh. Storch*, Rich. Rodgers*
2:15
B4 Die Isartaler Blasmusik Neuschwanstein-Marsch
Adapted By – K. Barthel*, S. Laube*Written-By – J. S. Doisl*
3:06
B5 Winfried Krämer Schöne Grüße (Jodler)
Adapted By – M. Gätjens*Written-By – W. Krämer*
2:42
B6 Die Retzbachtaler Musikanten Bayerische Schmankerln
Written-By – G. Wrisch*, K. T. Kallentin*, K. Rulf*
2:45
B7 Die Münchener Blasmusik Und Gesang* In München Steht Ein Hofbräuhaus
Written-By – Richter*, W. Gabriel*
2:50
B8 Die Münchener Blasmusik Und Gesang* Ein Prosit Der Gemütlichkeit
Written-By – Trad.*
0:20

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Heloton
  • Copyright (c) – Heloton

Notes

Track B1's artist (a medley lasting 3:51) is credited to a generic and otherwise unidentified ensemble as "Orchester mit Studentenchor".