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Kriegsmarine [LP]

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Kriegsmarine
War Songs and Marches of the German Navy, 1935-45
LP Number: CAM-876
© Communications Archives, Inc. 1976


01. Kameraden auf See
02. Warte mein Mädel
03. Wir fahren gegen Engelland
04. Heut' geht es an Bord
05. Michel horch der Seewind pfeift
06. Unsere Minensucher
07. Heut' stechen wir ins blaue Meer
08a. Report on board of a German U-Boot
08b. Torpedo los!
09a. Report of the return of Leutnant Gunther Prien
09b. U-Boot Marsch (Hüte dich, Engelland)
10. Das muss den Ersten Seelord doch erschüttern
11. Wir ziehen nach Engelland
12. Ritter der Nordsee
13. Admiral Stosch-Marsch
RECOMMENDED. A fine album, with a very, very nice track selection and a couple of rarities too. The notes are short and rather bad (too many speculations and free interpretations) and I suggest ignoring them; also, nothing was written on the authors and performers. Two tracks are incomplete unfortunately (track 3 and 9b), which is really a shame. But other than that - every fan of history and march music will certainly enjoy all of the featured sound documents. The tracks from this LP were later often copied by the CD pirates, such as the RMK Records, PzG, etc, and the Tomahawk Films also stole a couple of tracks for their own "Kriegsmarine" pirate CD (this edition is pulled from sale now). And, after nearly 40 years, it is still a rare real "Kriegsmarine" album (note: tracks 1, 4, 7 and 13 were composed and recorded before WWII, and thus also before the term Kriegsmarine was used, but they are navy-related and thus not off-topic). Detailed info below.


Correct Info:

01. Kameraden auf See [Marsch und Lied aus dem gleichnamigen Tonfilm]
Composer: Robert Küssel
Lyricist: Götz Otto Stoffregen
Vocal Group: Heyn-Quartett, Berlin
Musical Group: Kapelle Otto Kermbach, Berlin
Recording Date: 04.1938
Recording Location: Berlin, Lützowstraße 111-112
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

02. Warte, mein Mädel, dort in der Heimat [Marsch und Lied aus dem Tonfilm „U-Boote westwärts!“]
Composer: Harald Böhmelt
Lyricist: Bruno Balz
Arranger: Erich Schneider-Kamin
Musical/Vocal Group: Musikkorps und Soldatenchor der leichten Flak-Abteilung 75, München
Conductor: Musikmeister Victor Heidersberger
Recording Date: 02.09.1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

03. Matrosenlied (Wir fahren gegen Engelland)
Composer: Herms Niel
Lyricist: Hermann Löns
Arranger: Gustav Skibbe
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: I. Musikkorps des Infanterie-Regiments „Großdeutschland“, Berlin-Moabit
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Friedrich Ahlers
Recording Date: 21.10.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

Note: feat. the melody of „Matrosenchor“ from „Der fliegende Holländer“ [Wagner] before each strophe, and of „Deutsches Flaggenlied“ [Thiele] at the end of the composition
* incomplete (the last strophe is missing)

04. Matrosen auf See [Marsch]
Composer: Theodor Robert Leuschner
Trio: Heut’ geht es an Bord (Hell die Gläser klingen)/ Melody: ?/ Composer: Anonym/ Lyricist: Kapitän Paul Vollrath
Vocal Group: Männerchor der Städtischen Oper, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikzug der SS-Standarte 15
Conductor: SS-Obertruppführer Paul Hellmann
Recording Date: 1934
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

05. Michel, horch, der Seewind pfeift! [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Herms Niel
Lyricist: Gottfried Schwab
Arranger: Erich Walden
Vocal Group: Die Metropol-Vokalisten, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Berlin-Gatow
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Arno Kühn
Recording Date: 19.01.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Note: feat. the opening melody from „Der fliegende Holländer“ [Wagner] before the vocal part

06. Unsere Minensucher [Marsch und Lied aus dem Tonfilm „Minen in Sperrlücke X“]
Composer: Robert Küssel
Lyricist: Ingo Holvard
Vocal Group: Die Metropol-Vokalisten, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Berlin-Gatow
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Arno Kühn
Recording Date: 28.11.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

07. Heut’ stechen wir ins blaue Meer [Marsch und Lied]
Composer/Lyricist: Herms Niel
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler
Recording Date: 07.1939
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

Note: the composition begins with the opening melody from „Der fliegende Holländer“ [Wagner]

08a. Bericht
Speaker: ?
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: ?
Record Company: Großdeutscher Rundfunk

08b. Torpedo los! [Marsch unserer U-Boote]
Composer/Lyricist: Walter Emmerich
Arranger: Hans Teichmann
Musical/Vocal Group: Stabsmusikkorps und Soldatenchor des Wachbataillons der Luftwaffe, Berlin
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Hans Teichmann
Recording Date: 06.01.1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

09a. Bericht
Speaker: ?
Recording Date: 15.10.1939
Recording Location: ?
Record Company: Großdeutscher Rundfunk

Note: feat. „Deutschlandlied“ [Haydn/v.Fallersleben]

09b. U-Boot-Marsch [aus dem Kulturfilm „U-Boote am Feind“]
Composer: Robert Küssel
Lyricist: Ingo Holvard
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Wachbataillons Berlin
Conductor: Musikmeister Guido Grosch
Recording Date: 03.07.1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin
* incomplete (the 2nd strophe is missing)

10. Das muß den Ersten Seelord doch erschüttern [Foxtrot]
Melody: Das kann doch einen Seemann nicht erschüttern [Foxtrot]/ Composer: Michael Jary
Lyricist: Gerhard Fließ
Vocal Group: Schuricke-Terzett, Berlin
Musical Group: Fred Dömpke mit seinen Solisten, Berlin
Recording Date: 29.11.1939
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

11. Wir ziehen nach Engeland [Marschlied]
Composer: Hans Teichmann
Lyricist: Kurt Keil
Arranger: Ludwig Kletsch
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor des Wachbataillons der Luftwaffe, Berlin
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Hans Teichmann
Recording Date: 06.01.1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

12. Ritter der Nordsee [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Herms Niel
Lyricist: Heinrich Anacker
Arranger: Erich Gutzeit
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor
Musical Group: Reichsmusikzug des Reichsarbeitsdienstes, Potsdam-Golm
Conductor: Obermusikzugführer Herms Niel
Recording Date: 02.08.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

13. Admiral-Stosch-Marsch [Op. 140]
Composer: Carl Latann
Musical Group: Blasorchester Carl Woitschach, Berlin
Recording Date: 08.09.1938
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Admiral Albrecht von Stosch



Index of Names:
Ahlers, Friedrich (1882-1945) 3
Anacker, Heinrich (1901-1971) 12
Balz, Bruno (1902-1988) 2
Böhmelt, Harald (1900-1982) 2
Dömpke, Fred (1907-1985) 10
Emmerich, Walter (____-____) 8b
Fallersleben, Hoffmann von (1798-1874) 9a
Fließ, Gerhard (____-____) 10
Grosch, Guido (1910-1942) 9b
Gutzeit, Erich (1898-1973) 12
Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) 9a
Heidersberger, Victor (____-____) 2
Hellmann, Paul (1896-1944) 4
Heyn, Erich (____-____) 1
Holvard, Ingo (____-____) 6, 9b
Jary, Michael (1906-1988) 10
Keil, Kurt (____-____) 11
Kermbach, Otto (1882-1960) 1
Kletsch, Ludwig (1908-1961) 11
Kühn, Arno (1882-1949) 5, 6
Kümmel, Erich (1906-1960) 5
Küssel, Robert (1895-1970) 1, 6, 9b
Latann, Carl (1840-1888) 13
Leuschner, Theodor Robert (1878-1959) 4
Löns, Hermann (1866-1914) 3
Niel, Herms (1888-1954) 3, 5, 7, 12
Prien, Günther (1908-1941) 9a
Schneider-Kamin, Erich (____-____) 2
Schuricke, Rudi (1913-1973) 10
Schwab, Gottfried (1851-1903) 5
Seidler-Winkler, Bruno (1880-1960) 7
Skibbe, Gustav (1867-1954) 3
Stoffregen, Götz Otto (1896-1953) 1
Stosch, Albrecht von (1818-1896) 13
Teichmann, Hans (1888-1961) 8b, 11
Thiele, Richard (1847-1903) 3
Vollrath, Paul (____-____) 4
Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) 3, 5, 7
Walden, Erich [pseud.] = Kümmel, Erich
Woitschach, Carl (1864-1939) 13



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Luftwaffe [LP & MC]

Post by Ivan Ž. » 08 Mar 2015 21:45

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Luftwaffe Vol. 1
Marches, Songs, Battle Sounds of the German Air Force and Condor Legion
Recorded in Germany, 1935-1945
LP Number: CAM-771976
© Communications Archives, Inc. 1971


01. Prinz Max Brigade
02a. Bombenflieger Marsch [...]
02b. Report: Condor Legion returns
02c. Revere-Marsch
03. Militär-Signal Marsch
04. Flieger empor!
05. Flieger sind Sieger
06. Graf Zeppelin Marsch
07a. Battle report: Landing on Crete
07b. Rot scheint die Sonne
08. Lied der Junker Flug[...]- und Motorenwerke
09. Es blitzen die stählernen Schwingen
10a. Hermann Göring Marsch
10b. Speech: Göring addresses officers
11a. Battle sounds: Stuka attack
11b. Stuka Lied



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Luftwaffe Vol. 2
Marches and War Songs from World War II
Historical Recordings
© Oakleaf


01. Flieger Fanfare
02. Jagdgeschwader "Richthofen"
03. Bruno Loerzer
04. Luftsport voran
05. Lied der Balloniere
06. JU-88 Lied
07. Kampfgeschwader "Immelmann"
08. Fallschirmjäger
09. Fliegerkameraden
10. Bomben auf Engelland
11. Aufwärts zur Sonne
12. Fliegersturm [...]
13. Fliegermarsch
14. Lufthansa Marsch
RECOMMENDED. A very nice set (one LP and one MC), with a fine track selection. The biggest downside is that it was opened with a completely off-topic track, "Prinz-Max-Brigade" - a Saxon mid-XIX century infantry march. What was the producer thinking? The "Graf-Zeppelin-Marsch" (track 6, vol. 1) is also rather off-topic, being an early XX century civilian transport march. The last track (14, vol. 2) is also a civilian transport march, and thus off-topic. But other tracks are matching the album title and are quite interesting, with more than a couple of rarities! Especially rare are Telefunken's DLV and Junkers records, and also Lindström's (Gloria) Legion Condor record. All featured Electrola recordings are quite rare as well, especially the early Herms Niel's one (track 9, vol. 2). Note: Dostal's "Fliegermarsch" is a 1912 Austro-Hungarian march, but it was quite popular in the Luftwaffe. And, the same as in the case of the previously reviewed album, the tracks from this set were also later often copied by the CD pirates, such as the RMK Records, PzG, Serp too, almost everyone actually, and the Tomahawk Films again stole a couple of tracks, for their own "Luftwaffe" pirate CD (this edition is also pulled from sale now). Unfortunately, together with the sound files, some disinformations were copied by the pirates as well, and spread further. Notice also that the popular online "Stukalied" file with a long battle sounds intro comes from this set (vol. 1, track 11a and 11b). Detailed info below.


Correct Info:


Vol. 1

01. Prinz-Max-Brigade [Marsch]
Composer: Anonym
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Musikdirektor Max Feiereis
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to the Infanterie-Brigade „Prinz Maximilian“, which was the 1850-1867 name of the 5. Königlich Sächsisches Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 104

02a. Bombenfliegermarsch der Legion „Condor“
Composer: Hans Teichmann
Trio: Bombenfliegerlied der Legion „Condor“/ Composer/Lyricist: Oberleutnant Erich Schlecht
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Stabsmusikkorps des Wachbataillons der Luftwaffe, Berlin
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Hans Teichmann
Recording Date: 23.06.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Note: march and song of Kampfgruppe 88 (K/88) of the Legion „Condor“, in which the song’s author had served

02b. Bericht (Rückkehr der Legion „Condor“)
Speaker: ?
Recording Date: 31.05.1939
Recording Location: Hamburg
Record Company: Großdeutscher Rundfunk

Note: feat. „Germania-Marsch“ [Keil]
* incomplete recording

02c. Marsch der Legion „Condor“
Composer: Karl Bögelsack
Trio: Lied der Legion „Condor“/ Composer/Lyricist: Oberleutnant Wolfram Philipps; Oberleutnant Christian Jährig
Arranger: Fried Walter
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Stabsmusikkorps des Wachbataillons der Luftwaffe, Berlin
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Hans Teichmann
Recording Date: 23.06.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Note: the song in trio was initially written for Aufklärungsstaffel 88 (A/88) of the Legion „Condor“, in which both of its authors had served; it was initially named „Teufelslied der A/88“, after the unit’s insignia, the devil [Teufelslied = Devil’s Song]

03. Militärsignal [Marsch]
Composer: Hans Felix Husadel
Musical Group: Musikkorps der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Döberitz (Jagdgeschwader „Richthofen“)
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Max Böhm
Recording Date: 03.1938
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

04. Flieger empor! (Bruno-Loerzer-Marsch) [Marsch und Lied der deutschen Flieger]
Composer: Ernst Erich Buder
Lyricist: Josef Buchhorn
Arranger: Hermann Männecke
Vocal Group: Die Metropol-Vokalisten, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Berlin-Gatow
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Arno Kühn
Recording Date: 28.11.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

05. Flieger sind Sieger [Marsch und Lied aus dem Tonfilm „D III 88“]
Composer: Robert Küssel
Lyricist: Götz Otto Stoffregen
Vocal Group: Die vier lustigen Jungens, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Luftnachrichten-Regiments des Oberbefehlshabers der Luftwaffe, Potsdam-Eiche
Conductor: Musikmeister Erich Kiesant
Recording Date: 1939
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

06. Graf-Zeppelin-Marsch
Composer: Carl Teike
Musical Group: Blasorchester Carl Woitschach, Berlin
Recording Date: 30.06.1937
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin and his airships

07a. Bericht (Landung auf Kreta)
Speaker: ?
Recording Date: 05.1941
Recording Location: ?
Record Company: Großdeutscher Rundfunk

Note: feat. „Walkürenritt“ from „Der Ring des Nibelungen“ [Wagner]
* incomplete recording (cut from Die Deutsche Wochenschau)

07b. Das Lied der Fallschirmjäger
Composer/Lyricist: Oberjäger Friedrich Schäfer
Arranger: Willi Lachner
Vocal Group: Waldo-Favré-Chor, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Wachbataillons Berlin
Conductor: Musikmeister Guido Grosch
Recording Date: 24.09.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

08. Lied der Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke AG [Marsch]
Composer: Fritz Rinke
Trio: Lied der Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke AG/ Composer/Lyricist: Helmut Schwabe
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: I. Musikkorps des Infanterie-Regiments „Großdeutschland“, Berlin-Moabit
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Friedrich Ahlers
Recording Date: 1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

09. Es blitzen die stählernen Schwingen [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Herms Niel
Lyricist: Heinrich Anacker
Arranger: Arno Hildebrand
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor
Musical Group: Reichsmusikzug des Reichsarbeitsdienstes, Potsdam-Golm
Conductor: Obermusikzugführer Herms Niel
Recording Date: 24.09.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Note: feat. the melody of „Wie ein stolzer Adler“ [Spohr] before the vocal part

10a. Hermann-Göring-Marsch (Hakenkreuz stets voran)
Composer: Horst Gerlach
Arranger: Hermann Männecke
Musical Group: Musikkorps und Spielleute der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Döberitz (Jagdgeschwader „Richthofen“)
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Max Böhm
Recording Date: 03.1938
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

Intro: Parademarsch der Spielleute [Anonym], Lockmarsch [Anonym]

10b. Rede
Speaker: Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring
Recording Date: 30.01.1943
Recording Location: Berlin, Reichsluftfahrtministerium (Wilhelmstraße 97), Ehrensaal
Record Company: Großdeutscher Rundfunk
* incomplete recording

11a. Battle sounds: Stuka attack

11b. Stukalied (Wir sind die schwarzen Husaren der Luft) [aus dem Tonfilm „Stukas“]
Composer: Herbert Windt
Lyricist: Geno Ohlischlaeger
Arranger: Kurt Drabek
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Wachbataillons Berlin
Conductor: Musikmeister Guido Grosch
Recording Date: 03.07.1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin


Vol. 2

01. Flieger-Fanfare
Composer: Prof. Hans Felix Husadel
Musical Group: I. Musikkorps des Infanterie-Regiments „Großdeutschland“, Berlin-Moabit
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Friedrich Ahlers
Recording Date: 16.10.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

02. Jagdgeschwader „Richthofen“ [Marsch]
Composer: Hans Felix Husadel
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Wachregiments Berlin
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Friedrich Ahlers
Recording Date: 24.02.1938
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

03. Flieger empor! (Bruno-Loerzer-Marsch) [Marsch und Lied der deutschen Flieger]
Composer: Ernst Erich Buder
Lyricist: Josef Buchhorn
Arranger: Hermann Männecke
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Reichsorchester des Deutschen Luftsport-Verbandes, Berlin
Conductor: Generalmusikdirektor Rudolf Schulz-Dornburg
Recording Date: 24.11.1934
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

04. Luftsport voran! (Über uns die Fliegerei) [Fliegermarsch]
Composer: Willy Finger
Musical Group: Musikkorps und Spielleute der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Döberitz (Jagdgeschwader „Richthofen“)
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Max Böhm
Recording Date: 03.1938
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

Intro: Parademarsch der Spielleute [Anonym], Lockmarsch [Anonym]
Note: the title refers to the Deutscher Luftsportverband


05. Lied der Balloniere
Composer: Ernst Harloff
Lyricist: Friedwalt Dinger
Vocal Group: Chor des SA-Sturms 33/1, Berlin
Musical Group: Blasorchester Carl Woitschach, Berlin
Recording Date: 30.11.1934
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

06. Ju 88 [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Hans Schröder
Lyricist: Friedel Schröder
Arranger: K. Gerlach
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: I. Musikkorps des Infanterie-Regiments „Großdeutschland“, Berlin-Moabit
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Friedrich Ahlers
Recording Date: 1941
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

Note: the composition begins with the melody of „Die Wacht am Rhein“ [Wilhelm]

07. Kampfgeschwader „Immelmann“ [Marsch]
Composer: Prof. Hans Felix Husadel
Musical Group: ?
Recording Date: 1938
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: ?

08. Fallschirmjäger [Marsch]
Composer: Prof. Hans Felix Husadel
Musical Group: I. Musikkorps des Infanterie-Regiments „Großdeutschland“, Berlin-Moabit
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Friedrich Ahlers
Recording Date: 16.10.1939
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

09. Fliegerkameraden [Marschlied aus dem Tonfilm „Wunder des Fliegens“]
Composer: Giuseppe Becce
Lyricist: Hedy Knorr
Arranger: Franz Stolzenwald
Vocal Group: Die Metropol-Vokalisten, Berlin
Musical Group: Reichsmusikzug des Arbeitsdienstes, Potsdam
Conductor: Musikzugführer Herms Niel
Recording Date: 04.1935
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

10. Bomben auf Engelland [Marsch und Lied aus dem Tonfilm „Feuertaufe“]
Composer: Norbert Schultze
Lyricist: Wilhelm Stoeppler
Musical/Vocal Group: Stabsmusikkorps und Soldatenchor des Wachbataillons der Luftwaffe, Berlin
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Hans Teichmann
Recording Date: 19.02.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

Note: feat. Signal „Aufsitzen“ [Zahn] before each strophe

11. Aufwärts zur Sonne [Marsch]
Composer: Friedrich Rönnfeldt
Musical Group: Musikkorps der Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur Döberitz (Jagdgeschwader „Richthofen“)
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Max Böhm
Recording Date: 03.1938
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

12. Fliegersturm I [Marsch]
Composer: Eugen Wilcken
Trio Melody: Seeräuberlied (Der mächtigste König im Luftrevier)/ Composer: Anonym
Musical Group: Reichsorchester des Deutschen Luftsport-Verbandes, Berlin
Conductor: Generalmusikdirektor Rudolf Schulz-Dornburg
Recording Date: 19.12.1934
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

Note: feat. the melody of „Die Wacht am Rhein“ [Wilhelm] near the end of the composition

13. Fliegermarsch (Komm und sei mein Passagier) [aus der Operette „Der fliegende Rittmeister“]
Dedication: Der k. u. k. Fliegerkorps gewidmet
Composer: Hermann Dostal
Lyricist: Leo Stein; Béla Jenbach
Musical Group: Blasorchester Carl Woitschach, Berlin
Recording Date: 10.1932
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin

14. Lufthansa-Marsch (Deutsche Flieger-Fanfare)
Composer: Alfred Wende
Musical Group: Blasorchester Carl Woitschach, Berlin
Recording Date: 10.1932
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin



Index of Names:
Ahlers, Friedrich (1882-1945) Vol.1: 8; Vol.2: 1, 2, 6, 8
Anacker, Heinrich (1901-1971) Vol.1: 9
Becce, Giuseppe (1887-1973) Vol.2: 9
Bögelsack, Karl (1889-____) Vol.1: 2c
Böhm, Max (1874-____) Vol.1: 3, 10a; Vol.2: 4, 11
Buchhorn, Josef (1875-1954) Vol.1: 4; Vol.2: 3
Buder, Ernst Erich (1896-1962) Vol.1: 4; Vol.2: 3
Dinger, Friedwalt (____-____) Vol.2: 5
Dostal, Hermann (1874-1930) Vol.2: 13
Drabek, Kurt (1912-1995) Vol.1: 11b
Favré, Waldo (1895-1963) Vol.1: 7b
Feiereis, Max (1882-1960) Vol.1: 1
Finger, Willy (1894-1966) Vol.2: 4
Gerlach, Horst (1900-1970) Vol.1: 10a
Gerlach, K. (____-____) Vol.2: 6
Göring, Hermann (1893-1946) Vol.1: 10a, 10b
Grosch, Guido (1910-1942) Vol.1: 7b, 11b
Harloff, Ernst (1902-1957) Vol.2: 5
Hildebrand, Arno (____-____) Vol.1: 9
Husadel, Hans Felix (1897-1964) Vol.1: 3; Vol.2: 1, 2, 7, 8
Jährig, Christian (1913-____) Vol.1: 2c
Jenbach, Béla (1871-1943) Vol.2: 13
Keil, Gustav (1861-1903) Vol.1: 2b
Kiesant, Erich (1889-1959) Vol.1: 5
Knorr, Hedy (1904-1994) Vol.2: 9
Kühn, Arno (1882-1949) Vol.1: 4
Küssel, Robert (1895-1970) Vol.1: 5
Lachner, Willi (1895-1955) Vol.1: 7b
Loerzer, Bruno (1891-1960) Vol.1: 4; Vol.2: 3
Männecke, Hermann (1879-1954) Vol.1: 4, 10a; Vol.2: 3
Niel, Herms (1888-1954) Vol.1: 9; Vol.2: 9
Ohlischlaeger, Geno (1898-1974) Vol.1: 11b
Philipps, Wolfram (1913-____) Vol.1: 2c
Rinke, Fritz (____-____) Vol.1: 8
Rönnfeldt, Friedrich (1894-1957) Vol.2: 11
Schäfer, Friedrich (____-____) Vol.1: 7b
Schlecht, Erich (1908-____) Vol.1: 2a
Schröder, Hans (____-____) Vol.2: 6
Schröder, Friedel (____-____) Vol.2: 6
Schultze, Norbert (1911-2002) Vol.2: 10
Schulz-Dornburg, Rudolf (1891-1949) Vol.2: 3, 12
Schwabe, Helmut (____-____) Vol.1: 8
Spohr, Louis (1784-1859) Vol.1: 9
Stein, Leo (1861-1921) Vol.2: 13
Stoeppler, Wilhelm (1888-____) Vol.2: 10
Stoffregen, Götz Otto (1896-1953) Vol.1: 5
Stolzenwald, Franz (1899-1969) Vol.2: 9
Teichmann, Hans (1888-1961) Vol.1: 2a, 2c; Vol.2: 10
Teike, Carl (1864-1922) Vol.1: 6
Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) Vol.1: 7a
Walter, Fried (1907-1996) Vol.1: 2c
Wende, Alfred (____-____) Vol.2: 14
Wilcken, Eugen (1899-1968) Vol.2: 12
Wilhelm, Karl (1815-1873) Vol.2: 6, 12
Windt, Herbert (1894-1965) Vol.1: 11b
Woitschach, Carl (1864-1939) Vol.1: 6; Vol.2: 5, 13, 14
Zahn, Christian Jakob (1765-1830) Vol.2: 10
Zeppelin, Ferdinand Graf von (1838-1917) Vol.1: 6



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Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland [CD]

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Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland
Military and Patriotic Music of Imperial Germany
Archival Recordings 1903-1915
Notes: Bill Henaghan
CD Number: BH-0901
© Brandenburg Historica 2005


01. Neujahrsreveille im Berliner Lustgarten (Golde - Trad.)
Band of the Kaiser Franz Garde-Grenadier Regiment Nr. 2, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Adolf Becker; 1903
02. Heil Dir im Siegerkranz - Deutsche Kaiserhymne (Carey - Schumacher)
Browier-Hamann-Nebe Quartet with Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1907 [?]
03. [...] Der Kaiser lebe hoch - Marschlied (Press - [...])
Band of the Garde-Pionier Corps with Chorus, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Robert Kühle; 1909
04 Reichsadler-Marsch (Nieslony)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler; 1904
05. Hohenzollern-Marsch (Unknown)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler; 1904
06. Hipp, Hipp, Hurra - Marschlied (Kunoth)
Male Chorus with Military Band; Unnamed Conductor; 1914
07. Kaiser Parole - Marsch (Teike)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler; 1905
08. Kaiser Fanfaren-Marsch (Liebisch)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler; 1905
09. Unter Deutscher Kaiserkrone - Marsch (Wilke)
Band of the Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier Regiment Nr. 1, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Fritz Brase; 1915
10. [...] Ich bin ein Deutscher, kennt Ihr meine Farben? - Marschlied (Golde - [...] - Thiersch)
Male Chorus with Military Band; Unnamed Conductor; 1914
11. Marsch der Hannoverschen Garde du Corps 1866 AM III, 92 (Anon.)
Trumpet Corps of the Königs-Ulanen Regiment (1. Hannoversches) Nr. 13, Hannover; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1910
12. Grosse Parade auf dem Tempelhofer Feld bei Berlin - Tongemälde
Military Band with Drill Commands; Unnamed Conductor; 1911 [?]
13. Preussens Gloria AM II, 240 - Marsch (Piefke)
Band of the Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier Regiment Nr. 1, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Fritz Brase; 1914
14. Parademarsch der 2. Garde-Infanterie Division AM II, 62 u. AM II, 73 (Trad. - Anon.)
Band of the Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier Regiment Nr. 1, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Fritz Brase; 1915
15. Auf des Adlers Schwingen - Marschlied (Gnauck)
Proto-Orchester with Male Chorus, Berlin; Conductor: Carl Woitschach; c. 1905
16. Hurra unser Kronprinz! - Marsch (Ruckenschuh)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler; 1904
17. Prinz Eitel Friedrich-Marsch (Blankenburg)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1910
18. Kaiser Friedrich-Marsch (Friedemann)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1910
19. O Strassburg, O Strassburg, du wunderschöne Stadt - Marschlied (Trad.)
Male Chorus with Military Orchestra; Conductor: Friedrich Kark; 1912
20. Unter deutschem Schutze - Marsch (Blankenburg)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1915
21. Germania-Marsch (Keil)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Friedrich Kark; c. 1914
22. Lobe den Herrn - Hymne ([...] - Neander)
Band of the Königin Augusta Garde-Grenadier Regiment Nr. 4, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Mikolai Przywarski; 1904
23. Kaisergeburtstagsfeier - Rezitation und Kaiserhymne (Anon. - Carey)
Unnamed Male Speaker with Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1912
24. Kaisermarsch WWV 104 (Wagner)
Band of the Königin Augusta Garde-Grenadier Regiment Nr. 4, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Mikolai Przywarski; 1912
25. Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland - Hymne (Blech - Hülsen)
Paul Knüpfer with Seidler's Orchestra; Conductor: Bruno Seidler-Winkler [?]; 1915
It will be a full decade this year since the Brandenburg Historica released its first CD - "Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland" (and also a 100 years of the CDs "youngest" recording). Now, one might wonder why did it take me so long to review it, especially since it is an album of a company whose projects I've been only praising and highly recommending so far. The answer is simple and humble: even 10 years sometimes isn't enough to gather enough correct informations and details on rarities such as those released on this CD. And even now, having finally found most of such informations, I must admit that it took me an additional week to write it all down and to make sure that everything checks out. This album - through its music and the producer's thorough historical research - wonderfully illustrates the Imperial Germany, truly bringing its old spirit back to life one more time. And, as I wrote before, what I always highly appreciated was Mr Henaghan's (the producer's) urge and talent to pay attention to every detail, from all of the historically relevant informations to the proper track order and selection. A full topic presentation which leaves very little space for a possible complaint. The album is being nicely opened: with a recording of an excerpt from the New Year's military morning ceremony, followed by the German Imperial anthem. And then we can hear compositions dedicated to: German Emperors (all three of them) - even the two of the last Emperor's sons - the entire Imperial dynasty - the foundation of the Empire - Imperial symbols (crown, eagle) - Imperial units (infantry, cavalry); also included are the tracks celebrating Emperor's birthday and reconstructing a traditional military parade before the Emperor. A Christian hymn played by a military band was included as well, of course, representing the religious side. Naturally, a couple of errors were made along the way - mostly in the recording dates, which were and still are extremely hard to find (some remain unknown). Other mistakes worth mentioning are: only the 2nd half of the composition being credited (a mistake commonly made worldwide unfortunately) for tracks 3 and 10, and the incorrect title of track 15 > but < the title was originally written incorrectly, on the record label (probably as a deliberate small joke); and there is an incorrect ID of an originally uncredited performer, mistaken with the performer of the reverse track on the original record (track 9). The well-made booklet, as always, contains also several excellent photographs, from the Imperial times, plus a brief history of the Empire and its rulers. The album ends with the title-song - a song which is the very essence of the Imperial Germany's spirit and a nice summary of everything we have previously heard in this truly marvellous CD - and, as such, it is a perfect conclusion for the album. My sincere congratulations to the enthusiastic team of the Brandenburg Historica on this previously unseen, one of a kind project and its 10th anniversary. Needless to say: highly recommended.


Correct Info:

01. Wecken der Spielleute / Fest–Reveille
Composer: Anonym / Johann Crüger; Joseph Golde
Musical Group: Musikkorps und Spielleute des Kaiser Franz Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 2, Berlin
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Adolf Becker
Recording Date: 29.07.1910
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

02. Heil Dir im Siegerkranz
Composer: Anonym
Lyricist: Heinrich Harries
Arranger [Lyrics]: Balthasar Gerhard Schumacher
Vocal Group: Nebe-Quartett, Berlin
Musical Group: Orchester
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: International Talking Machine Co., Berlin

03. Exzellenz von Beseler [Marsch]
Composer: Robert Press
Trio: Dem Kaiser sei mein erstes Lied/ Composer: Hans Georg Nägeli/ Lyricist: Anonym
Vocal Group: ?
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Garde-Pionier-Bataillons, Berlin
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Robert Kühle
Recording Date: 25.07.1910
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: the march was composed and recorded for the retirement of General der Infanterie Hans Hartwig von Beseler, chief of Pioniere (a former member of the Garde-Pionier-Bataillon himself)

04. Reichsadler-Marsch
Composer: Johannes Nieslony
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Bruno Seidler-Winkler
Recording Date: 1907
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

05. Hohenzollern-Marsch
Composer: Anonym
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Bruno Seidler-Winkler
Recording Date: 1907
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to the House of Hohenzollern, Prussia’s ruling dynasty

06. Hipp, hipp, hurrah! [Kaisermarsch] [Op. 24]
Composer/Lyricist: Georg Kunoth
Vocal Group: ?
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 1914/1915
Recording Location: ?
Record Company: Columbia Graphophone Co., Ltd.

07. Kaiser-Parole [Marsch]
Composer: Carl Teike
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Bruno Seidler-Winkler
Recording Date: 1905
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

08. Kaiser-Fanfaren [Marsch]
Composer: A. Liebisch
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Bruno Seidler-Winkler
Recording Date: 1904/1905
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

09. Unter deutscher Kaiserkrone [Marsch]
Composer: Arnold Wilke
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 18.08.1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Homophon Co. GmbH, Berlin

10. Preußen-Marsch (Marsch über National-Melodien) [AM II, 119]
Composer: Joseph Golde
Vocal Group: ?
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 04.10.1914
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Homophon Co. GmbH, Berlin

Contents: Heil Dir im Siegerkranz [Anonym/Harries/Schumacher], Ich bin ein Deutscher [Neithardt/Thiersch]

11. Regimentsmarsch der Hannoverschen Garde du Corps [AM III, 92] [Parademarsch des Königs-Ulanen-Regiments (1. Hannoversches) Nr. 13]
Composer: Anonym
Musical Group: Trompeterkorps des Königs-Ulanen-Regiments (1. Hannoversches) Nr. 13, Hannover
Recording Date: 1907
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

12. Parade auf dem Tempelhofer Felde
Composer: Anonym
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: ?
Record Company: ?

Contents: Präsentiermarsch [Friedrich Wilhelm III.], Parademarsch der Spielleute [Anonym], Lockmarsch [Anonym], Radetzky-Marsch [Strauß/Anonym], Lockmarsch [Anonym], Alexander-Marsch [Leonhardt], Lockmarsch [Anonym], Alter Jägermarsch [Anonym]

13. Preußens Gloria [Marsch] [AM II, 240]
Composer: Gottfried Piefke
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 1, Berlin
Conductor: Musikdirektor Fritz Brase
Recording Date: 08.1913
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Prussia’s victory in the Franco-Prussian War, 1871

14. AM II, 62 / AM II, 73 [Parademarsch der 2. Garde-Infanterie-Division]
Composer: Anonym / Anonym
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 1, Berlin
Conductor: Musikdirektor Fritz Brase
Recording Date: 1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Homophon Co. GmbH, Berlin

15. Helenenmarsch / Wie ein stolzer Adler
Composer: Friedrich Lübbert / Louis Spohr
Lyricist: / Heinrich Schütz
Vocal Group: ?
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Carl Woitschach
Recording Date: 1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Polyphon-Musikwerke AG, Leipzig

Intro: Königgrätzer Marsch [Piefke], Lockmarsch [Anonym]

16. Hurra, unser Kronprinz! [Marsch]
Dedication: Gewidmet Seiner Kaiserlichen und Königlichen Hoheit Kronprinz Wilhelm
Composer: Carl Ruckenschuh
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Bruno Seidler-Winkler
Recording Date: 1907
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

17. Prinz-Eitel-Friedrich-Marsch [Op. 54]
Composer: Hermann Ludwig Blankenburg
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 1908
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: International Talking Machine Co., Berlin

18. Kaiser-Friedrich-Marsch [Op. 66]
Composer: Carl Friedemann
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 21.07.1908
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Homophon Co. GmbH, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Emperor Frederick III [Kaiser Friedrich III.]

19. O, Straßburg, du wunderschöne Stadt [Marsch]
Composer: ?
Trio: O, Straßburg, du wunderschöne Stadt/ Composer/Lyricist: Anonym
Vocal Group: Männerquartett
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Friedrich Kark
Recording Date: 09.1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Intro: Muß i denn zum Städtele hinaus [Anonym], Lockmarsch [Anonym]

20. Unter deutschem Schutze [Marsch]
Composer: Hermann Ludwig Blankenburg
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 07.09.1912
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

21. Germania-Marsch
Composer: Gustav Keil
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Friedrich Kark
Recording Date: 07.1912
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Intro: Parademarsch der Spielleute [Anonym], Lockmarsch [Anonym]
Note: the title refers to the Gesangverein „Germania“


22. Lobe den Herren
Composer: Anonym
Lyricist: Joachim Neander
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Königin Augusta Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 4, Berlin
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Mikolai Przywarski
Recording Date: 19.10.1909
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

23. Kaisergeburtstagsfeier
Writer: ?
Reciter: ?
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 1909
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Anker Phonogram GmbH, Berlin

Contents: Rezitation [Anonym], Heil Dir im Siegerkranz [Anonym/Harries/Schumacher]

24. Kaisermarsch
Composer/Lyricist: Richard Wagner
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Königin Augusta Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 4, Berlin
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Mikolai Przywarski
Recording Date: 1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Anker Phonogram GmbH, Berlin

Note: composed in honour of the proclamation of William I [Wilhelm I.] as German Emperor, 1871

25. Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland!
Composer: Leo Blech
Lyricist: Georg Graf von Hülsen-Haeseler
Vocalist: Paul Knüpfer
Musical Group: Orchester
Recording Date: 1915
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin



Index of Names:
Becker, Adolf (1870-1941) 1
Beseler, Hans Hartwig von (1850-1921) 3
Blankenburg, Hermann Ludwig (1876-1956) 17, 20
Blech, Leo (1871-1958) 25
Brase, Fritz (1875-1940) 13, 14
Crüger, Johann [Krygaŕ, Jan] (1598-1662) 1
Friedemann, Carl (1862–1952) 18
Golde, Joseph (1802-1886) 1, 10
Harries, Heinrich (1762-1802) 2, 10, 23
Hülsen-Haeseler, Georg Graf von (1858-1922) 25
Kark, Friedrich (1869-1939) 19, 21
Keil, Gustav (1861-1903) 21
Knüpfer, Paul (1866-1920) 25
Kühle, Robert (____-____) 3
Kunoth, Georg (1863-1927) 6
Leonhardt, Andreas (1800-1866) 12
Liebisch, A. (____-____) 8
Lübbert, Friedrich (1818-1892) 15
Nägeli, Hans Georg (1773-1836) 3
Neander, Joachim (1650-1680) 22
Nebe, Carl (1858-____) 2
Neithardt, Heinrich August (1793-1861) 10
Nieslony, Johannes (1881-1929) 4
Piefke, Gottfried (1815-1884) 13, 15
Press, Robert (____-____) 3
Preußen, Eitel Friedrich Prinz von (1883-1942) 17
Preußen, Friedrich III. Deutscher Kaiser und König von (1831-1888) 18
Preußen, Friedrich Wilhelm III. König von (1770-1840) 12
Preußen, Wilhelm I. Deutscher Kaiser und König von (1797-1888) 24
Preußen, Wilhelm II. Deutscher Kaiser und König von (1859-1941) 6, 7, 8, 23, 25
Preußen, Wilhelm Kronprinz von (1882-1951) 16
Przywarski, Mikolai (____-____) 22, 24
Radetz, Josef Graf Radetzky von [Radče, Jan hrabě Radecký z] (1766-1858) 12
Романов, Александр Николаевич (1818-1881) 12
Ruckenschuh, Carl (____-____) 16
Schumacher, Balthasar Gerhard (1755-____) 2, 10, 23
Schütz, Heinrich (____-____) 15
Seidler-Winkler, Bruno (1880-1960) 4, 5, 7, 8, 16
Spohr, Louis (1784-1859) 15
Strauß, Johann [Vater] (1804-1849) 12
Teike, Carl (1864-1922) 7
Thiersch, Bernhard (1793-1855) 10
Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) 24
Wilke, Arnold (1877-1933) 9
Woitschach, Carl (1864-1939) 15



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Re: Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland [CD]

Post by cardinal beaton » 21 Mar 2015 15:01

I really liked this CD. Though I'm a little put off by the old acoustic recordings, it's a valuable historical document and produced to Brandenburg Historica's usual high standards.

I hope that they can bring out more excellent CDs in the future. The last one, God Save The Tsar, was a treasure trove of obscure and rare recordings from Imperial Russia. Great stuff!

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Hoch Deutschlands Flotte! [CD]

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Hoch Deutschlands Flotte!
Music of the Imperial German Navy
Archival Recordings 1907-1917
Notes: Bill Henaghan
CD Number: BH-0918
© Brandenburg Historica 2006


01. Flaggenparade an Bord eines deutschen Kriegsschiffes (Trad. - Rauscher)
Band of the III. Matrosen-Artillerie Abteilung, Bremen, with Drill Commands; Conductor: Musikmeister Karl Flick; 1907
02. [...] Deutsches Flaggenlied aus "Unsere Marine" (Thiele - Linderer)
Max Küttner with Chorus and Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Friedrich Kark; 1915
03. Unter der Admiralsflagge – Marsch, Op. 82 (Fucik)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1917
04. Hiss’ Wimpel und Flaggen - Marsch (Witteborn)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Friedrich Kark; 1911
05. Deutschland zur See - Marsch (Fetràs)
Band of the I. Matrosen-Division, Kiel; Conductor: Imperial Music Director Ernst Pott; 1910
06. Prinz-Admiral Marsch (Jummel)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1915 [?]
07. Präsentiermarsch der I. Matrosen-Division, Kiel HM I, 61 (Prinz Heinrich v. Preussen)
Band of the III. Matrosen-Artillerie Abteilung, Bremen; Conductor: Musikmeister Karl Flick; 1915
08. Parademarsch der I. Matrosen-Division, Kiel AM II, 173 (Lübbert)
Proto-Orchester, Berlin; Conductor: Carl Woitschach [?]; c. 1912
09. Parademarsch der II. Matrosen-Division, Wilhelmshaven AM II, 113 (Eriksson)
Band of the 8th Saxon Infantry Regiment "Prinz Johann Georg" No. 107, Leipzig; Conductor: Royal Saxon Music Director Karl Giltsch; 1914
10. Parademarsch des III. Seebataillons, Tsingtau AM II, 198 (Radeck)
Band of the Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier Regiment No. 1, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Fritz Brase; c. 1912
11. "The Germans to the Front!" - Marsch (Wagner)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1912
12. Admiral Stosch-Marsch, Op. 140 (Latann)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1917
13. Seemannslos - Fantasie (Petrie)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1914
14. Matrosenlied (Ramrath - Löns)
E. Severin with Orchestral Accompaniment; Unnamed Conductor; c. 1915
15. Blaujacken-Marsch (Anon.)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1908

16. Flaggensalut - Lied der Torpedoboote (Witteborn)
Orchestra with Male Chorus; Conductor: Friedrich Kark [?]; 1914
17. Marine-Marsch (v. Blon)
Band of the Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier Regiment No. 1, Berlin; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Fritz Brase; c. 1914
18. Das Lied von der Emden - Matrosenlied (Söchting - Böer)
Max Küttner with Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1916
19. SMS "Möwe"-Marsch (Richter)
Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Georg Scharf; 1917
20. Das war U-9 - Marschcouplet (Dannenberg)
Max Küttner with Chorus and Wind Orchestra; Conductor: Friedrich Kark [?]; 1915
21. Unterseeboot-9 - Szene (Schönwald)
Schönwald Players with Chorus and Wind Orchestra; Director: Gustav Schönwald; 1916 [?]
22. Hoch Deutschlands Flotte! - Marsch (Friedemann)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1915
23. Avancier-Marsch - Marsch des Yorckschen Korps AM II, 37 (v. Beethoven)
Band of the III. Seebataillon, Tsingtao; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Otto Wille; c. 1914
24. Zapfenstreich-Marsch und Gebet (Trad. - Anon. - Wieprecht)
Band of the III. Seebataillon, Tsingtao; Conductor: Obermusikmeister Otto Wille; c. 1914
25. Unsere Marine HM II, 145 - Marsch (Thiele)
Wind Orchestra; Unnamed Conductor; 1911
The "Gott, Kaiser, Vaterland" saga continues - and moves at the stormy seas! This time the topic is a largely forgotten story of the Imperial German Navy and the naval warfare of the early XX century. A great challenge for any producer and historian, which was bravely faced and successively overcome. As before, the album comes with a large new portion of virtually unknown musical rarities, a highly informative and well-written booklet, completed with several excellent period photographs. Especially interesting are the early U-boat songs, the early recordings by Karl Flick (future Marine-Obermusikinspizient), songs dedicated to some of the most famous ships of the period, the overseas recordings of the captured band of the III. Seebataillon, and of course the early musical version of what would become the most popular war-song of WWII: "Wir fahren gegen Engelland". The album was properly opened and closed with the German naval anthem (vocal/instrumental), accompanied by the "Present Arms" and "Zapfenstreich". One track is off-topic, which was an honest mistake caused by the partial and translated crediting on the original record that was used (track 15 was released in Germany as "Blaujacken-Marsch" by an anonymous composer, suggested to be a German performance, while in fact it is a British recording of a today forgotten US march). Two tracks (12 & 19) were recorded after the credited period, however they were composed during the Imperial era. There are a couple more minor mistakes in the recording dates, which is perfectly understandable, as I already wrote in the previous review. And, the same as in the previous case, it took me nearly a decade to gather a sufficient amount of informations on the featured tracks, and additional two weeks to re-check and write everything down. A wonderful album. Detailed info below.


Correct Info:

01. Mars voor de gewone pas nr. 1
German Title: Präsentiermarsch der deutschen Marine (Holländischer Ehrenmarsch)
Composer: Jacob Rauscher
Musical Group: Musikkorps der III. Matrosen-Artillerie-Abteilung, Bremen
Conductor: Musikmeister Karl Flick
Recording Date: 11.1909
Recording Location: Bremen
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

02. Unsere Marine [Marsch]
Composer: Richard Thiele
Trio: Deutsches Flaggenlied (Stolz weht die Flagge) [aus der Posse „Unsere Marine“]/ Composer: Richard Thiele/ Lyricist: Robert Linderer
Vocalist: Max Kuttner
Vocal Group: Nebe-Quartett, Berlin
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Friedrich Kark
Recording Date: 07.09.1914
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

03. Unter der Admiralsflagge [Konzertmarsch] [Op. 82]
Composer: Julius Fučík
Musical Group: Büchner-Orchester, Berlin
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Kalliope-Musikwerke AG, Leipzig

04. Hiss Wimpel und Flaggen [Marsch]
Composer: Otto Witteborn
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Friedrich Kark
Recording Date: 12.01.1912
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

05. Deutschland zur See! [Marsch] [Op. 142]
Composer: Oscar Fetrás
Musical Group: Musikkorps der I. Matrosen-Division, Kiel
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Gustav Stolle
Recording Date: 29.08.1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

06. Prinz-Admiral-Marsch [Op. 26]
Composer: Adolf Jummel
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: ?
Record Company: ?

Note: the title refers to a newly promoted (1901) Admiral, Henry Prince of Prussia [Heinrich Prinz von Preußen]

07. Präsentiermarsch der kaiserlichen I. Matrosen-Division
Composer: Heinrich Prinz von Preußen
Musical Group: Musikkorps der III. Matrosen-Artillerie-Abteilung, Bremen
Conductor: Musikmeister Karl Flick
Recording Date: 11.1909
Recording Location: Bremen
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

08. Helenenmarsch [AM II, 173]
Composer: Friedrich Lübbert
Musical Group: Büchner-Orchester, Berlin
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Kalliope-Musikwerke AG, Leipzig

Note: composed for the 35. Infanterie-Regiment (3. Reserve-Regiment), originally under the title „Schwarz und Weiß“ [referring to Prussia’s colours]

09. Petersburger Marsch [AM II, 113]
Russian Title: Старый русский марш
Finnish Title: Suomi-marssi
Composer: Anonym
Musical Group: Musikkorps des 8. Königlich Sächsischen Infanterie-Regiments „Prinz Johann Georg“ Nr. 107, Leipzig
Conductor: Musikdirektor Karl Giltsch
Recording Date: 1914
Recording Location: Leipzig
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

10. Fridericus Rex [Grenadiermarsch] [AM II, 198]
Composer: Ferdinand Radeck
Trio: Fridericus Rex [Ballade] [Op. 61, Nr. 1]/ Composer: Carl Loewe/ Lyricist: Willibald Alexis
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 1, Berlin
Conductor: Musikdirektor Fritz Brase
Recording Date: 25.08.1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Homophon Co. GmbH, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Frederick II King of Prussia [Friedrich II. König von Preußen], in Latin; composed for the Westpreußisches Grenadier-Regiment Nr. 6

11. The Germans to the Front! [Marsch]
Composer: Arthur Wagner
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 1911
Recording Location: Hannover
Record Company: Schallplatten-Fabrik „Favorite“ GmbH, Hannover-Linden

12. Admiral-Stosch-Marsch [Op. 140]
Composer: Carl Latann
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 18.06.1919
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Admiral Albrecht von Stosch

13. Des Seemanns Los [Lied]
Melody: Asleep in the Deep [Song]/ Composer: Henry W. Petrie
Lyricist: Adolf Martell
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 04.1915
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

14. Matrosenlied (Wir fahren gegen Engelland)
Composer: Konrad Ramrath
Lyricist: Hermann Löns
Vocalist: Emil Severin
Musical Group: Orchester
Recording Date: 15.08.1916
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

15. The Blue Jackets [March]
Composer: Charles William Bennet
Musical Group: Black Diamonds Band, London
Recording Date: 1907
Recording Location: London
Record Company: The Gramophone Co., Ltd., Hayes, Middlesex

16. Flaggensalut [Deutscher Flottenmarsch]
Composer: Otto Witteborn
Lyricist: ?
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 09.01.1915
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

17. Marine-Marsch [Op. 102]
Composer: Franz von Blon
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 1, Berlin
Conductor: Musikdirektor Fritz Brase
Recording Date: 08.1913
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

18. Das Lied von der „Emden“ (Die deutsche Wacht im Indischen Ozean)
Composer: Emil Söchting
Lyricist: Oskar Böer
Vocalist: Max Kuttner
Musical Group: Orchester
Recording Date: 1914
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to the SMS „Emden“

19. Möwe-Marsch [Op. 10]
Dedication: Dem Burggrafen und Grafen zu Dohna-Schlodien, Kommandant S. M. Schiff „Möwe“, ehrfurchtsvoll gewidmet
Composer: R. E. Richter
Lyricist: H. Conrad
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Georg Scharf
Recording Date: 1924
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Polyphon-Musikwerke AG, Leipzig

20. Das war U-9! [Marsch-Couplet]
Composer: Dannenberg
Lyricist: ?
Vocalist: Max Kuttner
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 08.01.1915
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

21. Unterseeboot 9 [Szene]
Dramatist: Gustav Schönwald
Vocal Group: Gustav-Schönwald-Ensemble, Berlin
Musical Group: Orchester
Recording Date: ?
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: ?

Contents: Des Seemanns Los [Petrie/Martell], Szene [Schönwald], Deutsches Flaggenlied [Thiele/Linderer]

22. Hoch Deutschlands Flotte! [Marsch] [Op. 127]
Composer: Carl Friedemann
Lyricist: W. Schlang
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Recording Date: 10.04.1915
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Homophon Co. GmbH, Berlin

23. Yorckscher Marsch (Marsch Nr. 1, F-Dur) [AM II, 37]
Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
Musical Group: Musikkorps des ehemaligen III. Seebataillons
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Otto Wille
Recording Date: 1916
Recording Location: New York
Record Company: Columbia Graphophone Co., Ltd.

Note: the title refers to the corps of General Ludwig Yorck von Wartenburg; originally dedicated to Joseph Anton Johann Archduke of Austria [Joseph Anton Johann Erzherzog von Österreich]

24. Zapfenstreich der Fußtruppen / Gebet
Composer: Anonym / Дмитрий Степанович Бортнянский
Musical Group: Musikkorps des ehemaligen III. Seebataillons
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Otto Wille
Recording Date: 1916
Recording Location: New York
Record Company: Columbia Graphophone Co., Ltd.

25. Unsere Marine [Marsch]
Composer: Richard Thiele
Trio: Deutsches Flaggenlied (Stolz weht die Flagge) [aus der Posse „Unsere Marine“]/ Composer: Richard Thiele/ Lyricist: Robert Linderer
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Kapellmeister Friedrich Kark
Recording Date: 03.1911
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin



Index of Names:
Alexis, Willibald (1798-1871) 10
Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) 23
Bennet, Charles William (1849-1926) 15
Blon, Franz von (1861-1945) 17
Böer, Oskar (____-____) 18
Бортнянский, Дмитрий Степанович (1751-1825) 24
Brase, Fritz (1875-1940) 10, 17
Conrad, H. (____-____) 19
Dannenberg [pseud.] = Kark, Friedrich
Dohna-Schlodien, Nikolaus Burggraf und Graf zu (1879-1956) 19
Fetrás, Oscar (1854-1931) 5
Flick, Karl (1877-1949) 1, 7
Friedemann, Carl (1862–1952) 22
Fučík, Julius (1872-1916) 3
Giltsch, Karl (1870-1957) 9
Jummel, Adolf (____-____) 6
Kark, Friedrich (1869-1939) 2, 4, 20, 25
Kuttner, Max (188_-1953) 2, 18, 20
Latann, Carl (1840-1888) 12
Linderer, Robert (1824-1886) 2, 21, 25
Loewe, Carl (1796-1869) 10
Löns, Hermann (1866-1914) 14
Lübbert, Friedrich (1818-1892) 8
Martell, Adolf (____-____) 13, 21
Nebe, Carl (1858-____) 2
Österreich, Joseph Anton Johann Erzherzog von (1776-1847) 23
Petrie, Henry W. (1857-1925) 13, 21
Preußen, Friedrich II. König von (1712-1786) 10
Preußen, Heinrich Prinz von (1862-1929) 6, 7
Radeck, Ferdinand (1828-1903) 10
Ramrath, Konrad (1880-1972) 14
Rauscher, Jacob (1771-1834) 1
Rex, Fridericus [Lat.] = Preußen, Friedrich II. König von
Richter, R. E. (____-____) 19
Scharf, Georg (____-____) 19
Schlang, W. (____-____) 22
Schönwald, Gustav (1868-1919) 21
Severin, Emil (1859-____) 14
Söchting, Emil (1858-1937) 18
Stolle, Gustav (____-____) 5
Stosch, Albrecht von (1818-1896) 12
Thiele, Richard (1847-1903) 2, 21, 25
Wagner, Arthur (____-____) 11
Wartenburg, Ludwig Yorck von (1759-1830) 23
Wille, Otto (1876-1962) 23, 24
Witteborn, Otto (1874-____) 4, 16



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Joseph Snaga - Mit Schwung und Feuer [CD]

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Historische Marschmusik Vol. 3
Joseph Snaga - Mit Schwung und Feuer
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
Record Collection: Josef Kaiser
Notes: Werner Probst
CD Number: AL/K 020303
© AL-Studios 2002


01. Heil Europa (Franz von Blon)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
02. Parademarsch der 19er Husaren (Wilhelm Berndt)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
03. Gold und Silber (Walzer) (Franz Lehár)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
04. Schneidige Truppe (Julius Lehnhardt)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
05. Beduinenblut (Max Oscheit)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
06. Frauenherz (Polka Mazur) (Josef Strauss)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
07. Olympia-Marsch (Joseph Snaga)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
08. Unter dem Sparrenschild (Richard Henrion)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
09. Mit Bomben und Granaten AM II, 264 (zeitweise: Mit Schwung und Feuer) (Benjamin Bilse)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
10. Semiramis: Overtüre (Gioacchino Rossini)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
11. Der Dessauer Marsch AM I, 1b (Unbekannt)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
12. Nibelungen-Marsch (Richard Wagner / Gottfried Sonntag)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
13. Donauwellen (Walzer) (Iosif Ivanovici)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
14. Parademarsch der 18er Husaren HM IIIA, 58 (Alwin Müller)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
15. Treitschke-Marsch (Heinrich Röpenack)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
16. Die Teufelszunge (Solo) (H. Schmidt)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
17. Prinz-Carl-Marsch (1864) (Unbekannt)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
18. Germanentreue (Hermann Ludwig Blankenburg)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
19. Ein Sommerabend (Soirée d’été) (Emile Waldteufel)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
20. Florentiner Marsch (Julius Fucík)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
21. Immer oder nimmer (Toujours ou jamais) (Emile Waldteufel)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
22. Nach 50 Jahren (Carl Faust)
Blasorchester Joseph Snaga
RECOMMENDED. Just about when it seemed that some of the most influential sound recording pioneers might become forgotten and deleted from the pages of history, an enthusiastic German team of old record collectors and music historians saves the day! After a very nice CD dedicated to one and only Carl Woitschach (see page 1), an album dedicated to the Weimar Republic's leading military conductor of one of the most famous record companies of all time was made as well. His name: Joseph Snaga. A fine CD in excellent sound quality, with several rare tracks (including one of Snaga's own compositions), a booklet with brief notes on the tracks and the conductor (his death date is wrong though, but again, remember that the man was nearly forgotten), and a rare portrait photo of him, plus one with an orchestra. The only (but easily ignorable) downside for me personally is just the CD title, which is a post-WWII (and also post-Snaga's-lifetime) censored title of one of the featured compositions (after WWII, "Mit Bomben und Granaten" was changed to the less aggressive "Mit Schwung und Feuer"). It was supposed to be also referring to Snaga's performance style and passion, which I can understand - but still, at least to me, that title is only a reminder of a new period, very much different from the one Snaga made a mark in and thus I cannot relate it to the good old Weimar conductor. Nevertheless, and as I already wrote, the CD itself is very nice and the title can be ingored ad libitum. And I sincerely hope that more volumes with both conductors will be produced as well sometime in the future. Detailed info below.


Correct Info:

01. Heil Europa! [Marsch] [Op. 75]
Composer: Franz von Blon
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

02. Defiliermarsch des Königlich Sächsischen 2. Reiter-Regiments [Op. 1]
Composer: Friedrich Wilhelm Berndt
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

03. Gold und Silber [Walzer] [Op. 79]
Dedication: Ihrer Durchlaucht Frau Fürstin Pauline Metternich-Sándor
Composer: Franz Lehár
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

04. Schneidige Truppe [Marsch] [Op. 17]
Composer: Julius Lehnhardt
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

05. ?
Composer: ?
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga [?]
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

06. Frauenherz [Polka-mazurka] [Op. 166]
Composer: Josef Strauß
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga [?]
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

07. Olympia-Marsch
Composer: Joseph Snaga
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

08. Unter’m Sparrenschild [Fanfarenmarsch Nr. 4]
Composer: Richard Henrion
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

09. Mit Bomben und Granaten [Marsch] [Op. 37] [AM II, 264]
Composer: Benjamin Bilse
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: dedicated to the Niederschlesisches Fußartillerie-Regiment Nr. 5

10a. Ouverture dell’opera „Semiramide“ parte 1
Composer: Gioachino Rossini
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

10b. Ouverture dell’opera „Semiramide“ parte 2
Composer: Gioachino Rossini
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

11. Der alte Dessauer [Marsch] [AM I, 1b]
Composer: Anonym
Trumpet Solo: Karl Naumann
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to the nickname of Leopold I Prince of Anhalt-Dessau [Leopold I. Fürst von Anhalt-Dessau]

12. Nibelungen-Marsch
Dedication: Maximilian von Parseval gewidmet
Composer: Gottfried Sonntag
Music: Der Ring des Nibelungen [Ein Bühnenfestspiel für drei Tage und einen Vorabend]/ Composer: Richard Wagner
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1927
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: dedicated to Oberst Maximilian von Parseval, composer’s commander in the Königlich Bayrisches 7. Infanterie-Regiment „Prinz Leopold“

13. Donauwellen [Walzer]
Romanian Title: Valurile Dunării [Vals]
Dedication: Frau Emma Gebauer gewidmet
Composer: Iosif Ivanovici
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

14. Parademarsch im Schritt des Königs-Husaren-Regiments Nr. 18
Composer: Alwin Müller
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1929
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

15. Treitschke-Marsch (Defiliermarsch des 3. Königlich Sächsischen Jäger-Bataillons Nr. 15)
Composer: Heinrich Röpenack
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

Note: the title refers to Oberstleutnant Heinrich Leo von Treitschke, composer’s former commander in the 2. Königlich Sächsisches Jäger-Bataillon Nr. 13

16. Die Teufelszunge [Bravourpolka]
Composer: Hugo Schmidt
Trumpet Solo: Karl Naumann
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

17. Prinz-Carl-Marsch (Marsch des Grenadier-Regiments „Prinz Carl von Preußen“ (2. Brandenburgisches) Nr. 12)
Composer: Anonym
Trio Melody: Dengang jeg drog af sted/ Composer: Johan Ole Emil Horneman
Arranger: Agans
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1930
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

18. Germanentreue [Marsch] [Op. 64]
Composer: Hermann Ludwig Blankenburg
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

19. Soirée d’été [Valse] [Op. 188]
Composer: Émile Waldteufel
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

20. Florentiner Marsch (Grande marcia Italiana) [Op. 214]
Composer: Julius Fučík
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

21. Toujours ou jamais [Valse] [Op. 156]
Composer: Émile Waldteufel
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

22. Nach fünfzig Jahren [Marsch] [Op. 345]
Composer: Carl Faust
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Joseph Snaga
Recording Date: 1928
Recording Location: Berlin, Hochschule für Musik (Fasanenstraße 1b)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin



Index of Names:
Agans [pseud.] = Snaga, Joseph
Alte Dessauer, der [nickname] = Anhalt-Dessau, Leopold I. Fürst von
Anhalt-Dessau, Leopold I. Fürst von (1676-1747) 11
Berndt, Friedrich Wilhelm (____-1883) 2
Bilse, Benjamin (1816-1902) 9
Blankenburg, Hermann Ludwig (1876-1956) 18
Blon, Franz von (1861-1945) 1
Faust, Carl (1825-1892) 22
Fučík, Julius (1872-1916) 20
Gebauer, Emma (____-____) 13
Henrion, Richard (1854-1940) 8
Horneman, Johan Ole Emil (1809-1870) 17
Ivanovici, Iosif (1845-1902) 13
Lehár, Franz (1870-1948) 3
Lehnhardt, Julius (1827-1913) 4
Metternich, Pauline Fürstin von (1836-1921) 3
Müller, Alwin (1839-1917) 14
Naumann, Karl (____-____) 11, 16
Parseval, Maximilian von (1823-1902) 12
Röpenack, Heinrich (____-____) 15
Rossini, Gioachino (1792-1868) 10a, 10b
Schmidt, Hugo (____-____) 16
Snaga, Joseph (1871-1946) 1-22
Sonntag, Gottfried (1846-1921) 12
Strauß, Josef (1827-1870) 6
Treitschke, Heinrich Leo von (1840-1927) 15
Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) 12
Waldteufel, Émile (1837-1915) 19, 21



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Re: CD & LP reviews

Post by Ivan Ž. » 20 Aug 2015 14:06

Recent updates:

Sonnenwärts (corrections for tracks 5 & 10)

Military Music of Adolf Hitler’s Leibstandarte-SS (the performer of track 12 identified)

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Re: CD & LP reviews

Post by MarshallJones1970 » 16 Oct 2015 15:41

Ivan,
Thank you very much for sharing your insight regarding which recordings are note worthy and which ones to avoid.
The Japanese Telefunken box set is really great.Thanks again!

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 16 Oct 2015 17:13

You're welcome and thank you for the message, and also: :welcome:

Cheers!
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Re: CD & LP reviews

Post by MarshallJones1970 » 16 Oct 2015 17:54

Ivan,
Thanks for your warm welcome. I've been browsing through this music thread since September.
I bought a copy of the 'RMK CD 'Sieg Heil Viktoria' last year. The sound quality is not so great. Would you happen to know
of any decent quality pressings for the fourteen songs that appear on this album? There was an Italian pressing but
it's out of print now.
I 'd appreciate any suggestions you can offer.
Marshall

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Re: CD & LP reviews

Post by Ivan Ž. » 16 Oct 2015 18:06

Try searching the YouTube, many of them can be found shared (by private collectors) in better quality than those offered by the neonazi RMK scammers (bare in mind that the performers listed in that ridiculous CD are all made up, except for track 10).

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Re: CD & LP reviews

Post by MarshallJones1970 » 16 Oct 2015 18:16

Thanks Ivan!!
There are plenty of great march tunes uploaded to YouTube, including your excellent channel.I'll check out the site more
thoroughly.

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Re: CD & LP reviews

Post by Ivan Ž. » 16 Oct 2015 18:23

Haha, cheers & thanks for the kind words. :)

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Soldatenlieder III [LP]

Post by Fallersleben » 31 Jan 2016 11:40

Hello,

Years ago I found this uncommon 33 rpm vinyl record and I still ask myself what I really have here. Came in a complete white sleeve. The labels were labelled with an typewriter, sloppy cutted out and glued onto the record. That slip of paper showing the content is a copy. Markings on both sides 03/221143A and 03/221143B (the "03" because it's Teil 3?). Is it a master-record? Does a commercial record with this title and songs exist? Any ideas?

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Soldatenlieder III
LP Number: 03/221143


01. Flieger empor! (Buder - Buchhorn)
Musikkorps der Luftwaffe m. Chor; Frieß
02. Edeltraut (Niel - Wiemann)
Musikkorps Wachbataillon Berlin m. Chor; Guido Grosch
03. Grün stehn die Wälder (Grund - Bell)
Musikkorps Luftnachrichten-Reg. [...] mit Quartett; Kiesant
04. Marsch der Gebirgsjäger (Räntzsch)
Reichsmusikzug R.A.D. m. Chor; Herms Niel
05. Liselott (Niel - Lang)
Musikkorps Wachbataillon Berlin m. Chor; Guido Grosch
06. Schneidig ist die Infanterie (Herms Niel)
Musikkorps Luftnachrichten-Reg. [...] mit Quartett; Kiesant
07. Wir grüßen die Heimat (Grund - Grossmann)
Musikkorps Luftnachrichten-Reg. [...] mit Quartett; Kiesant
08. Lebe wohl, ade! (Herms Niel)
Gr. Blas-Orchester m. Chor; Hildebrandt
09. Heut' zieh'n wir zum Tor hinaus (Grund - Bell)
Musikkorps Luftnachrichten-Reg. [...] mit Quartett; Kiesant
10. Die kleinen Mädchen (Herms Niel? - [...])
Reichsmusikzug R.A.D. m. Chor; Herms Niel
11. Es blüht ein Blümlein (Herms Niel?)
Reichsmusikzug R.A.D. m. Chor; Herms Niel
12. Hipp hipp hurra (Kunoth - [...])
Blas-Orchester "Kurmark" m. Kradschützen-Singschar d. Aufklärungs-Abt. 3
13. Schwedter Reiterlied (v. Schellendorff)
Musikkorps d. Kommandantur Paris mit Chor; Klamberg
14. O Deutschland hoch in Ehren ([...] - Pierson - Bauer, 1858)
Trompeterkorps des Kavallerie-Regs. 18 u. Chor der 9./10. Schwadron; L. Wehmeyer
15. Marschieren wir die Straß' entlang (Grund - Bell)
Musikkorps Luftnachrichten-Reg. [...] mit Quartett; Kiesant
16. Es geht ins Märkerland (Heise)
Berliner Funk-Orchester mit Jugend-Singschar; J. Müller
Ivan Ž. wrote:
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01. Flieger empor! (Bruno-Loerzer-Marsch) [Marsch und Lied der deutschen Flieger]
Composer: Ernst Erich Buder
Lyricist: Josef Buchhorn
Arranger: Hermann Männecke
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Regiments „General Göring“, Berlin
Conductor: Musikmeister Hans Frieß
Recording Date: 1941
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Tempo-Schallplatten GmbH, Berlin-Wilmersdorf

02. Edeltraut (Abschied nehmen müssen wir) [Marschlied]
Composer: Herms Niel
Lyricist: Martha Wiemann
Arranger: Bernhard Kutsch
Vocal Group: Waldo-Favré-Chor, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Wachbataillons Berlin
Conductor: Musikmeister Guido Grosch
Recording Date: 24.09.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

03. Grün steh'n die Wälder [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Martin Grund
Lyricist: Walter Bell
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor des Landesschützen-Bataillons 344, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Luftnachrichten-Regiments des Oberbefehlshabers der Luftwaffe, Potsdam-Eiche
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Erich Kiesant
Recording Date: 1943
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

04. Marsch der Gebirgsjäger (Es steht ein kleines Edelweiß)
Composer/Lyricist: Jäger Karl-Heinz Räntzsch
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor
Musical Group: Reichsmusikzug des Reichsarbeitsdienstes, Potsdam-Golm
Conductor: Obermusikzugführer Herms Niel
Recording Date: 24.06.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

05. Liselott [Marschlied]
Composer: Herms Niel
Lyricist: Joseph Lang
Vocal Group: Waldo-Favré-Chor, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Wachbataillons Berlin
Conductor: Musikmeister Guido Grosch
Recording Date: 24.09.1940
Recording Location: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG (Schlesische Straße 26-27), Raum II
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

Note: feat. the melody of „Muß i denn zum Städtele hinaus“ [Anonym] at the beginning of the composition

06. Schneidig ist die Infantrie! [Marsch und Lied]
Composer/Lyricist: Prof. Herms Niel
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Luftnachrichten-Regiments des Oberbefehlshabers der Luftwaffe, Potsdam-Eiche
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Erich Kiesant
Recording Date: 1942
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

07. Wir grüßen die Heimat [Marschlied]
Composer: Martin Grund
Lyricist: Heinz Großmann
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor des Landesschützen-Bataillons 344, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Luftnachrichten-Regiments des Oberbefehlshabers der Luftwaffe, Potsdam-Eiche
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Erich Kiesant
Recording Date: 1943
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

08. Lebe wohl, ade! [Marsch und Lied]
Composer/Lyricist: Herms Niel
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Blasorchester
Conductor: Walter Hildebrandt
Recording Date: 1935
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin

09. Heut' zieh'n wir zum Tor hinaus [Marschlied]
Composer: Martin Grund
Lyricist: Walter Bell
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor des Landesschützen-Bataillons 344, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Luftnachrichten-Regiments des Oberbefehlshabers der Luftwaffe, Potsdam-Eiche
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Erich Kiesant
Recording Date: 1943
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

10. Die kleinen Mädchen [Marschlied]
Composer: Prof. Herms Niel
Lyricist: Ernst Behrens-Kollmar
Arranger: Erich Walden
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Reichsmusikzug des Reichsarbeitsdienstes, Potsdam-Golm
Conductor: Hauptmusikzugführer Prof. Herms Niel
Recording Date: 09.05.1942
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

11. Es blüht ein Röselein [Marschlied]
Composer/Lyricist: Prof. Herms Niel
Arranger: Erich Walden
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Reichsmusikzug des Reichsarbeitsdienstes, Potsdam-Golm
Conductor: Hauptmusikzugführer Prof. Herms Niel
Recording Date: 14.01.1942
Recording Location: Berlin, Central-Theater (Alte Jakobstraße 30-32)
Record Company: Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

12. Hipp, hipp, hurrah! (Die Kraftradschützen, die sind wir) [Marschlied]
Melody: Hipp, hipp, hurrah! [Kaisermarsch] [Op. 24]/ Composer: Georg Kunoth
Lyricist: Anonym
Vocal Group: Singschar der 2. (Kradschützen-)Kompanie der Aufklärungs-Abteilung 3, Stahnsdorf
Musical Group: Blasorchester Carl Woitschach, Berlin
Recording Date: 30.06.1937
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin
* cut from „Neue Soldatenlieder“ 2. Teil

13. Schwedter Reiterlied
Composer/Lyricist: H. Bronsart von Schellendorff
Vocal Group: Männerchor
Musical Group: Musikkorps der Kommandantur Paris
Conductor: Stabsmusikmeister Ludwig Klamberg
Recording Date: 1940
Recording Location: Paris
Record Company: Columbia Graphophone Co., Ltd.

14. O, Deutschland hoch in Ehren [Marsch]
Composer: Gustav Gnauck
Trio: O, Deutschland hoch in Ehren/ Melody: Ye Mariners of England/ Composer: Henry Hugh Pearson/ Lyricist: Ludwig Bauer
Vocal/Musical Group: Soldatenchor der 9. und 10. Schwadron und Trompeterkorps des Kavallerie-Regiments 18, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt
Conductor: Musikmeister Ludwig Wehmeyer
Recording Date: 06.05.1938
Recording Location: Stuttgart
Record Company: Reichs-Rundfunk-GmbH

15. Marschieren wir die Straß' entlang [Marschlied]
Composer: Martin Grund
Lyricist: Walter Bell
Vocal Group: Soldatenchor des Landesschützen-Bataillons 344, Berlin
Musical Group: Musikkorps des Luftnachrichten-Regiments des Oberbefehlshabers der Luftwaffe, Potsdam-Eiche
Conductor: Obermusikmeister Erich Kiesant
Recording Date: 1943
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Carl Lindström AG, Berlin

16. Es geht ins Märkerland [Wanderlied]
Composer/Lyricist: Kurt Heise
Vocal Group: Kinderchor; Chor des SA-Sturms 23/235
Musical Group: Berliner Funkorchester
Conductor: Johannes Müller
Recording Date: 03.1934
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin



Index of Names:
Bauer, Ludwig (1832-1910) 14
Behrens-Kollmar, Ernst (____-____) 10
Bell, Walter (____-____) 03, 09, 15
Buchhorn, Josef (1875-1954) 01
Buder, Ernst Erich (1896-1962) 01
Favré, Waldo (1895-1963) 02, 05
Frieß, Hans (1910-1985) 01
Gnauck, Gustav (1866-1951) 14
Grosch, Guido (1910-1942) 02, 05
Großmann, Heinz (____-____) 07
Grund, Martin (____-____) 03, 07, 09, 15
Heise, Kurt (1903-1982) 16
Hildebrandt, Walter (____-____) 08
Kiesant, Erich (1889-1959) 03, 06, 07, 09, 15
Klamberg, Ludwig (1881-1961) 13
Kümmel, Erich (1906-1960) 10, 11
Kunoth, Georg (1863-1927) 12
Kutsch, Bernhard (1882-1951) 02
Lang, Joseph (____-____) 05
Loerzer, Bruno (1891-1960) 01
Männecke, Hermann (1879-1954) 01
Müller, Johannes (____-____) 16
Niel, Herms (1888-1954) 02, 04, 05, 06, 08, 10, 11
Pearson, Henry Hugh (1815-1873) 14
Räntzsch, Karl-Heinz (____-____) 04
Schellendorff, H. Bronsart von (____-____) 13
Walden, Erich [pseud.] = Kümmel, Erich
Wehmeyer, Ludwig (1902-1941) 14
Wiemann, Martha (____-____) 02
Woitschach, Carl (1864-1939) 12



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Re: Soldatenlieder III [LP]

Post by Schmeisser » 31 Jan 2016 12:12

Wow! Four more Kiesant's recordings from 1943!

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