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Old German Songs website

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A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD
BRAHMS' LULLABY
BUMM! BUMM!! BUMM!!!
CORPORAL SCHNAPPS
DIE GEDANKEN SIND FREI
DIE GUTE KAMERAD
DIE LAPPEN HOCH
DIE MOORSOLDATEN
EDELWEISS
GORCH FOCK LIED
HANS BEIMLER
HEISE, ALL
LILI MARLEEN
MARIA DURCH EIN DORNWALD GING
ODE TO JOY (GERMAN)
YAW, YAW, YAW


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GUEST,Q 25 Nov 02 - 11:25 PM
Jeanie 26 Nov 02 - 03:10 AM
Bob Bolton 26 Nov 02 - 03:41 AM
Richard Atkins 10 Jun 04 - 09:19 PM
GUEST 10 Jun 04 - 11:35 PM
GUEST,William Hutto 09 Sep 04 - 08:09 PM
MudGuard 09 Sep 04 - 08:15 PM
Wilfried Schaum 10 Sep 04 - 05:44 AM
alanabit 10 Sep 04 - 06:08 AM
Wilfried Schaum 10 Sep 04 - 10:08 AM
GUEST,Patty 21 Sep 04 - 10:11 AM
GUEST,Kate 03 Dec 10 - 02:40 PM
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GUEST,Edward Rump 22 Dec 11 - 02:36 AM
GUEST,Don Wise 22 Dec 11 - 04:24 AM
toadfrog 24 Mar 13 - 11:55 PM
GUEST,Lili Marlene 19 Oct 13 - 10:36 AM
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Subject: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Q
Date: 25 Nov 02 - 11:25 PM

This website has 70 old German songs, some with audio clips. Full lyrics are given. Some interesting material here. Mining apprentice songs, etc. Old Time German Songs


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Jeanie
Date: 26 Nov 02 - 03:10 AM

I found this and posted it on the "Auf der Walz" thread a couple of days ago - it's a good one, isn't it ?   This Schallerschacht Website also gives details of monthly song sessions of these Wandergesellen songs (in Germany- for those who can get there !) plus CDs and songbooks are available to order by post. Lots of interesting links, too.

- jeanie


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Bob Bolton
Date: 26 Nov 02 - 03:41 AM

G'day GUEST,Q, and jeanie,

It looks interesting - I need to direct my German-teaching friend to some of the German language sites, but I am very pleased to see that there is so much material to confirm some of my ideas on the German input into Waltzing Matilda!

Regards,

Bob Bolton


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Richard Atkins
Date: 10 Jun 04 - 09:19 PM

My father bought records from Germany and Austria from 1925 to 1936 as a member of the Anglo German Hiking Club.Some from the German Naffi, wonderful music if political in retrospect.Songs are a gem. Hope to clean them to disc and visit this thread again,with list of titles Etc.They have been enjoyed in the UK


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST
Date: 10 Jun 04 - 11:35 PM

Why only 70?

The list should/could be 470.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,William Hutto
Date: 09 Sep 04 - 08:09 PM

Does anyone know how I can get the lyrics to an old German Love song that my Aunt Sophie from Canada used to sing to me when I was a young lad?

It starts off like this:
Du du liegst mir im herzen----------


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: MudGuard
Date: 09 Sep 04 - 08:15 PM

You might get the lyrics just a few lines below:



Du, du liegst mir im Herzen
du, du liegst mir im Sinn.
Du, du machst mir viel Schmerzen,
weißt nicht wie gut ich dir bin.
Ja, ja, ja, ja, weißt nicht wie gut ich dir bin.
Ja, ja, ja, ja, weißt nicht wie gut ich dir bin.

So, so wie ich dich liebe
so, so liebe auch mich.
Die, die zärtlichsten Triebe
fühle ich ewig für dich.
Ja, ja, ja, ja, fühle ich ewig für dich.
Ja, ja, ja, ja, fühle ich ewig für dich.

Doch, doch darf ich dir trauen
dir, dir mit leichtem Sinn?
Du, du kannst auf mich bauen
weißt ja wie gut ich dir bin!
Ja, ja, ja, ja, weißt ja wie gut ich dir bin!
Ja, ja, ja, ja, weißt ja wie gut ich dir bin!

Und, und wenn in der Ferne,
mir, mir dein Bild erscheint,
dann, dann wünscht ich so gerne
daß uns die Liebe vereint.
Ja, ja, ja, ja, daß uns die Liebe vereint.
Ja, ja, ja, ja, daß uns die Liebe vereint.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Wilfried Schaum
Date: 10 Sep 04 - 05:44 AM

The collection is restricted to songs for journeymen only, telling about their craft - mostly bricklayers and carpenters. Till today some of them still follow an old tradition. After ending their apprenticeship (three years) they wander for three years and a day from one master craftsman to the next, working a time there and learning a lot more of their craft from other masters.
You know them by their typical black working suits and broad brimmed hats they seldom take off. Sometimes they enter pubs, knock the floor with their sticks, and with ritual words ask for a handout to continue their journey. This is not begging!
In the collection is included a lot of amorous affairs - naturally, since these journeymen are young and panting for the girls - sometimes a little bit too dirty for adolescent ears to listen.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: alanabit
Date: 10 Sep 04 - 06:08 AM

It sounds just perfect for adolescents Wilfried!


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Wilfried Schaum
Date: 10 Sep 04 - 10:08 AM

yeah - but only from 17 years on, alanabit! When 15 years old I abhorred them, but later on ...


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Patty
Date: 21 Sep 04 - 10:11 AM

My Nana used to sing that song to me as well.... What memories it brings back.. I found the lyrics with the english translation at

http://www.cazoo.org/music/folksongs/dudu.html I'm in search of an actual CD of this song.. Hope this at least helps you in your search..

Patty, LI fidgetnme@yahoo.com


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Kate
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 02:40 PM

My great grandmother used to sing a German lullaby to my grandmother and her sister when they were little. It was only years later that she told them it was about a husband who kills his wife, puts her in a gunny sack and throws her in the river. I would LOVE to find this song if anyone has any idea what song I'm referring to. I can only mumble the first few lines of the song, so I do not know how the German lyrics go... otherwise I would type them here for you (as I know it would be of more help in finding the song).

I'm hoping any of you can help me! Thank you.

Kate


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 11:07 PM

START an NEW Thread ... it is known ... and should NOT be buried a decade deep. Kate - they respect GUESTS on new threads.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Edward Rump
Date: 22 Dec 11 - 02:36 AM

I'm looking for a song that has the lyrics "debishna shane, debishna shane, alla godden debishna shane" and was about about a girl with rosy colored cheeks. I'm sorry for any mispelling in the German, any help would be appreciated.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Don Wise
Date: 22 Dec 11 - 04:24 AM

@Edward Rump- looks like the lyrics are in yiddish, possibly a klezmer song.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: toadfrog
Date: 24 Mar 13 - 11:55 PM

Refresh


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Lili Marlene
Date: 19 Oct 13 - 10:36 AM


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: GUEST,Jack Campin
Date: 19 Oct 13 - 11:26 AM

I'd uess that Edward Rump is thinking of a version of "Bei mir bist du sheyn", based on the klezmer dance tune "Volodya's Farewell to Odessa" and made famous by the Andrews Sisters:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUVEq6NC7mM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bei_Mir_Bistu_Shein

etc - there are zillions of links on it.


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Joe_F
Date: 19 Oct 13 - 07:46 PM

It is interesting to see predecessors (with *no* words in common with the recent versions) of Schnitzelbank (at Nr 24) & of Frau Wirtin (at Nr 42). Perhaps those songs are representatives of patterns that were adapted by the various trades?


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Bill D
Date: 19 Oct 13 - 11:33 PM

Gee..Lili Marlene refreshed this thread... why, I thought she was long gone.

(I have about 6-7 versions of it)


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Subject: RE: Old German Songs website
From: Ron Davies
Date: 20 Oct 13 - 07:42 PM

She's also schizo.    The song was originally about two girls Hans Leip was interested in. He combined the names.


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