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Re: Hans Westmar (1933)

Post by Ivan Ž. » 25 Sep 2019 21:13

Hello, Nauzica, thanks for the kind words and :welcome:

As for the song, I don't remember hearing it anywhere except in that movie.
Lyrics: viewtopic.php?f=81&t=250763 (always check the Topic index before posting)

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Re: Hans Westmar (1933)

Post by Nauzica » 25 Sep 2019 22:15

This is perfect, thanks a lot my man

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Altes Herz wird wieder jung (1943)

Post by Al B. » 28 Dec 2019 10:30

Scene from the movie "Altes Herz wird wieder jung" (1943) featuring tenor Max Lorenz and soprano Tiana Lemnitz.

https://youtu.be/8hAE_Y_qENA?t=298

The music is Verdi's "Otello", specifically the duet "Già nella notte densa", or "Nun in der nacht'gen Stille" in its German adaptation.

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Re: Deutschland erwacht! (1933)

Post by Ivan Ž. » 17 Jan 2020 10:52

Teppeny wrote:
04 Dec 2018 19:42
I wonder if we can get a list of the songs in the movie from 1933 called "Deutschland erwacht - Ein Dokument von der Wiedergeburt Deutschlands"
Coming soon! And you owe me a pack of beer for this one :) (It's really hard to hear some of the music, which was mixed horribly.)

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Deutschland erwacht! (1933)

Post by Ivan Ž. » 17 Jan 2020 18:25

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Deutschland erwacht! [Ein Dokument von der Wiedergeburt Deutschlands]
Director: ?
Production Company: Reichspropagandaleitung der NSDAP, Berlin
Release Date: 1933


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with a duration of 54:14]

00:00 Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn – Hoffmann von Fallersleben)
05:51 Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn – Hoffmann von Fallersleben)
06:20 Horst-Wessel-Lied (Anonym - Horst Wessel)
06:37 Yorckscher Marsch [AM II, 37] (Ludwig van Beethoven)
06:45 Yorckscher Marsch [AM II, 37] (Ludwig van Beethoven)
09:12 SA-Totenmarsch (Lotar Olias)
09:51 ?
10:38 SA-Totenmarsch (Lotar Olias)
18:52 Horst-Wessel-Lied (Anonym - Horst Wessel)
19:55 Es zog ein Hitlermann hinaus (Anonym)
20:22 Zum Städtel hinaus! (Georg Meissner)
20:28 Wiener Jungarbeiterlied (Fritz Mahrer - Roman Hädelmayr)
20:49 ?
21:02 Es zog ein Hitlermann hinaus (Anonym)
23:12 Horst-Wessel-Lied (Anonym - Horst Wessel)
26:50 ?
27:03 Horst-Wessel-Lied (Anonym - Horst Wessel)
28:22 Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch [AM II, 263] (Karl Komzák II)
29:07 Preußen-Marsch [AM II, 119] (Joseph Golde, Theodor Grawert)
29:29 Unter dem Siegesbanner (Franz von Blon)
30:33 SA marschiert (Anonym - Herbert Hammer)
31:38 Coburger-Josias-Marsch [AM I, 27] (Anonym)
31:51 Preußens Gloria [AM II, 240] (Gottfried Piefke)
32:50 Heraus zum Kampf (Юлій Хайт - Anonym)
33:11 Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch [AM II, 263] (Karl Komzák II)
33:33 SA marschiert (Anonym - Herbert Hammer)
33:56 Wer will mit uns zum Kampfe zieh'n (Anonym)
36:31 Wir treten zum Beten (Anonym - Joseph Weyl)
36:58 Preußen-Marsch [AM II, 119] (Joseph Golde, Theodor Grawert)
37:27 Lobe den Herren (Anonym - Joachim Neander)
38:14 Königgrätzer Marsch [AM II, 195] (Gottfried Piefke)
39:47 Wir treten zum Beten (Anonym - Joseph Weyl)
41:19 Präsentiermarsch / Deutschlandlied (Friedrich Wilhelm III. König von Preußen / Joseph Haydn)
45:14 Yorckscher Marsch [AM II, 37] (Ludwig van Beethoven)
45:41 Paradepost der berittenen Truppen (Anonym)
46:05 Regimentsmarsch der Hannoverschen Garde du Corps [AM III, 92] (Anonym)
46:47 Fridericus Rex [AM II, 198] (Ferdinand Radeck)
47:04 Petersburger Marsch [AM II, 113] (Anonym)
47:50 Unsere Garde (Rudolf Förster - Paul Großmann)
48:21 Hohenfriedberger Marsch [AM I, 1c] [AM III, 1b] (Anonym)
48:56 Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn – Hoffmann von Fallersleben)
51:19 Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn – Hoffmann von Fallersleben)
53:58 Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn – Hoffmann von Fallersleben)


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Der Westwall (1939)

Post by Ivan Ž. » 17 Jan 2020 18:39

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Der Westwall [Ein dokumentarischer Film als Gemeinschaftsarbeit der deutschen Wochenschauen]
Director: Fritz Hippler
Music: Ernst Erich Buder
Production Company: Deutsche Wochenschauzentrale, Berlin
Release Date: 10.08.1939


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with a duration of 42:16]

13:12 Wir sind des Werktags Soldaten (Ernst Erich Buder - Helmut Hansen)
15:26 Nach der Woche kommt der Sonntag (Wiga-Gabriel - Klaus S. Richter)
16:00 Lied der Männer vom Westwall (Albert Bastian - Richard Kunze)
20:28 Wir sind des Werktags Soldaten (Ernst Erich Buder - Helmut Hansen)
29:33 Soldaten sind immer Soldaten (Ernst Erich Buder - Herybert Menzel)
41:39 Die Wacht am Rhein (Karl Wilhelm - Max Schneckenburger)


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Music in Triumph of the Will

Post by WhiteFeather » 18 Nov 2020 20:37

Greetings. I am a film school graduate who studied "Triumph of the Will" in film school. I own two DVDs of it. I am asking about the music behind Hitler when he emerges from the plane at the beginning of the film. I hear Tchaikovsky, but that can't be right, can it? I have looked on the internet to see if I find a listing for that part of the soundtrack, but I have come up empty, so I am writing to you now. Thank you.

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Re: Music in Triumph of the Will

Post by Ivan Ž. » 18 Nov 2020 20:56

Hello and :welcome:

The music for the film, as you probably know, was composed by Herbert Windt. There's also a number of older pieces included, composed by other composers (see the list here). The music in the sequence you're interested in (I remember it well) was, as far as I could tell, composed by Windt (but I don't know whether he named it or not).

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