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Schellack 78
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Re: Song books

Post by Schellack 78 » 27 Oct 2010 14:26

Hello! I just want to thank you for all these great song books, Wim. Amazing stuff! Thank you! :wink:

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Re: Song books

Post by DetnnoSound [3.PGD] » 08 Nov 2010 04:10

I just want to second this- Wim, what a fantastic resource. Thank you very much!

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Re: Song books

Post by DerSchellackOffizier » 11 Jan 2011 12:45

Thanks !! ..just what I was looking for! Great!! :)

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Post by Kapitänleutnant » 10 Jun 2012 12:25

[Split from Freikorps songs]

I got an old song book from Stahlhelm/ Bund der Frontsoldaten, it contains many known germans songs.

Die Wacht am Rhein
Deutschland über alles (Deutschlandlied)
Muss i denn
Stahlhelmlied (mel. Preußenlied)
Annemarie
Argonnerwald
Bundeslied "Der Stahlhelm"
Drei Lilien
Hoch den Stahlhelm unseres Reiches.
Deutschland hoch in Ehren
Wenn die Soldaten
Hoch den Stahlhelm

Etc...

Many of the songs here are not to be found on the internet so the book is indeed a key to find rare freikorps songs. Just ask if you need more info!

/Dennis

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Re: Song books

Post by Jäger Scharfschütze » 28 Dec 2012 17:43

I can never thank you enough.

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Post by thirdpotato » 21 Feb 2014 05:32

Hello! I'm an accordionist (or learning, anyway) and a reenactor for the 116th Windhund Panzer Div. and I'd really like some sheet music to go with my impression. Or really ANY period sheet music would be fantastic particularly for the accordion. Even if its not for the accordion, if anyone has a batch PDF of some scans, I could use those too! Please link to your threads, media sharing, or anything you have that can help me out. Thank youu!

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Post by Wim » 21 Feb 2014 12:59

Hello,

I don't know how good you are reading notes but here are a lot of songbooks you can choose from.

viewtopic.php?f=81&t=152135#p1327099
Any information about Flemisch in German service (Waffen SS, OT, NSKK, Kriegsmarine, DRK, ...) during WWII is welcome.

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Re: Song books

Post by Grond » 20 Sep 2015 10:54

Thank you!

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Alexander B.
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Singende Kameraden, Heft 1

Post by Alexander B. » 03 Dec 2015 10:44

Something I'm a little surprised hasn't been discussed in greater detail on here! My very limited exposure to original song books so far has been overwhelmingly positive, generally speaking they're rather cheap if you do just a little bit of waiting, and they're also packed full of information. Sheet music, lyrics and author information usually including publishing date all in once neat package? Whats not to like?

Heres one from my collection.

Singende Kameraden: I originally purchased this rather small volume of 20 Herms Niel songs for the sole purpose of having the original published lyrics to "Wir sind Kameraden!" when I originally received the Kristall-2148 record. This may have been part of a larger series of song books as its labeld "book 1" right under the title. Perhaps someone more experienced than me could tell me if that is true?
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DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire.com/view/xavaucfgc ... s_Niel.pdf

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Alex
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Re: Singende Kameraden, Heft 1

Post by Ivan Ž. » 03 Dec 2015 17:15

Telefunken wrote:Something I'm a little surprised hasn't been discussed in greater detail on here!
I've merged your post with an older topic dealing with song books, please see the earlier posts too.

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Singende Kameraden, Heft 2

Post by Fallersleben » 03 Dec 2015 17:45

Telefunken wrote:This may have been part of a larger series of song books as its labeld "book 1" right under the title. Perhaps someone more experienced than me could tell me if that is true?
I know and have Heft 1 & 2, never saw a #3 from this series.
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Re: Singende Kameraden, Heft 1

Post by MarshallJones1970 » 11 Dec 2015 14:52

Alex,thank you very much for your PDF!

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Alexander B.
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Wohlauf, Kameraden!

Post by Alexander B. » 19 Dec 2015 11:35

Glad to see some interest. Here is "Wohlauf Kameraden" 1934 printing
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DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire.com/view/skej7fiaj ... eraden.pdf
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Re: Wohlauf, Kameraden!

Post by MarshallJones1970 » 20 Dec 2015 03:59

Wow! Thanks again, Alex!
Much appreciated.

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Alexander B.
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Lieder der Soldaten

Post by Alexander B. » 15 Oct 2016 15:28

Something more I think a-lot of people will find interesting to look through, one of my favorite books so far in my collection for the DBA.
lieder-der-soldaten-1.jpg
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DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire.com/file/e2iyssfwr ... monika.pdf

More coming soon as the months get colder!
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Alex
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