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Hello there everyone, I know that the various NSDAP Paramilitary Organizations had their own songs, but what makes me curious is the lack of NSFK songs. I'm not sure if this is because they never became popular or that barely any recordings exist.
If anyone can name me some examples of NSFK songs and Information regarding any 78rpm recordings of these songs that exists, I'd appreciate it, since I really wanna satisfy my curiosity, thanks!
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In June 1933, SA and SS flying units were absorbed by the DLV (Deutscher Luftsport-Verband). In 1937, the DLV was dissolved and succeeded by the NSFK. Being the DLV successor, the NSFK also adopted its music.
A DLV song known to be used by the NSFK was "Maschinen heraus" (the song was credited as "Lied des NSFK" in a 1938 radio broadcast, see Prieberg's Handbuch p. 7851).
The NSFK also used M. C. Krüger's "Deutscher Pilotenmarsch", one of the earliest NS flyers' marches (see Liederheft des NS-Fliegerkorps; also listed there is "Maschinen heraus" and some other early flyers' songs).
The song "Flieger empor!" was also one of the earliest NS flyers' hits, which remained popular in the Luftwaffe as well.
Basically, all NS flyers' music was also the NSFK music, only most of it was created before the organisation was named NSFK.
There was also a wartime NSFK song, composed by Kurt Krüger and written by Alfred Juhre, probably in late 1942 (first published in Jan. 1943): "Unsrer Sehnsucht wuchsen Flügel" [Marsch und Lied des NS-Fliegerkorps], see Deutsche Musikbibliographie, 1943, p. 15. No recordings of the piece are known.