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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by kashash » 27 Jan 2012 21:13

What are the marches called starting from 1:13:40 ?
Especially the one at 1:23:00, it's my favorite :P
First one I know it's a Königgrätzer Marsch
And the last one I also know it's a Badenweiler Marsch

So the names of these marches would be much appreciated!

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by Ivan Ž. » 28 Jan 2012 03:21

kashash, please see the first post of this topic.
Auceps wrote:The last unknown march is Marsch der Garde-Kürassiere [Armeemarsch III, Nr. 55] (Erbprinzessin Charlotte von Sachsen-Meiningen)
Thank you for the identification!

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Re: Der Sieg des Glaubens

Post by WorldWarIIFanatic » 20 May 2012 09:28

Beginning of Der Sieg Des Glaubens (Victory of Faith)? You also hear it in Triumph of the Will, but this version actually has words at the beginning. What's the name of it? Thanks in advance.

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Re: Der Sieg des Glaubens

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by TonyCas562 » 17 Jun 2012 10:58

HELLO TO ALL!

Can anyone help me identify this march from the one and only "Triumph des Willens"? It is in the scene entitled: "Nighttime Rally of Political Leaders". The march begins at the cut where the camera pans down from the night-time sky onto Albert Speer's "Sea of Flags" at the Nuremberg Rally and the tune to the march goes something like this:

D-duh-duh...d-d-duh-duh-d-duh-duuh...d-d-duh-duh-d-duh-duh! D-d-duh-duh-d-DUH! DUH! D-DUH!"

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by Ivan Ž. » 17 Jun 2012 16:33

TonyCas562 wrote:D-duh-duh...d-d-duh-duh-d-duh-duuh...d-d-duh-duh-d-duh-duh! D-d-duh-duh-d-DUH! DUH! D-DUH!"
Ivan Ž. wrote:00:56:58 Kürassiermarsch „Großer Kurfürst“ [AM III, 142] (Walter von Simon)
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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by TonyCas562 » 17 Jun 2012 19:41

Thank you very much, Ivan Ž.!!!! :D
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Post by camaysar » 31 Jul 2012 21:17

Greetings,

Regarding Ernst Hanfstaengl, he was known mostly as a composer of marches and fight songs (for his alma mater Harvard University). He is credited for "Oberaufsicht und Musik" in the titles of Hans Westmar. But there is another music credit: Becce, for "Musikleitung u-Mustrierung". Musikleitung means conductor, but I am not familiar with the term "Mustrierung". Perhaps someone here can help provide the meaning.

Becce is undoubtedly Giuseppe Becce, a serious classical musician and long-time composer for German cinema. The quite moving opening theme of Hans Westmar does not sound like the kind of music usually identified with Hanfstaengl. I believe it is possibly written by Becce. Can anyone provide some knowledge of this issue? Thank you. Great forum, by the way!
labwizard wrote:The Jugend trauert version I personally prefer is that of the Hans Westmar film itself.
I agree that the opening music of Hans Westmar is a superior composition. I questioned the authorship of Hanfstaengl, but a comment on a YouTube post of the piece says: [More than questionable quote removed. Please let's not quote the "YouTube users". Ivan Ž.]

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by Dieter33 » 20 Feb 2014 20:32

Ivan Ž. wrote:II. SA-Lieder-Potpourri (Martin Ewers)
Hallo,

so there is a first SA-Lieder-Potpourri ? On which record ?

Greetz

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 20 Feb 2014 21:30

camaysar wrote: The quite moving opening theme of Hans Westmar does not sound like the kind of music usually identified with Hanfstaengl. I believe it is possibly written by Becce. Can anyone provide some knowledge of this issue? Thank you.
It is absolutely not Becce's, it is a well known Hanfstaengl's composition.
Dieter33 wrote:so there is a first SA-Lieder-Potpourri ? On which record ?
The first "SA-Lieder-Potpourri" was composed by Harry Seidel and can be found on several records: Telefunken A 1527 (Woitschach), Kristall 2081 (Woitschach), Hakenkreuz-Platte 2002 (Fuhsel), Gloria GO-10850 (SS-Standarte 36), Grammophon 2 25202 (S. Sturmbann 12), Grammophon C 2409 (LSSAH).

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Sprung in den Feind

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Sprung in den Feind [Gestaltet nach dem Gefechtsbericht eines Fallschirmjäger-Bataillons]
Director: Paul Otto Bartning; Karl-Ludwig Ruppel
Music: Norbert Schultze
Production Company: Tobis-Filmkunst GmbH, Berlin (Herstellungsgruppe Wilhelm Stoeppler)
Release Date: 04.09.1942


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with duration 22:10]

02:29 Das Lied der Fallschirmjäger (Friedrich Schäfer)
21:19 Das Lied der Fallschirmjäger (Friedrich Schäfer - Anonym)



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An additional strophe was written for the paratrooper anthem, "Das Lied der Fallschirmjäger". The new lyricist is yet to be discovered.
These are the lyrics, as sung at the end of the movie (written by hearing by member Zapfenstreich of Sondereinheiten.de):

  • Gleich aus dem Sprunge, geht es vereint
    im Sturm auf die Bunker und ran an den Feind!
    Das Ziel ist genommen, hier halten wir aus,
    bis die Unsrigen kommen, die Panzer voraus!

    Der Sieg ist unser, der Sieg ist unser!
    Kamerad, hier gibt es kein zurück,
    ob wir springen oder ob wir stürmen,
    mit uns ist das Soldatenglück!


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U-Boote am Feind

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U-Boote am Feind [Ein Film hergestellt vom Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine]
Director: ?
Music: Robert Küssel
Production Company: UFA, Berlin
Release Date: 1940


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with duration 21:55]

00:00 U-Boot-Marsch (Robert Küssel - Ingo Holvard)
04:22 Matrosenlied (Herms Niel - Hermann Löns)
16:25 Das kann doch einen Seemann nicht erschüttern (Michael Jary - Bruno Balz)
21:11 U-Boot-Marsch (Robert Küssel - Ingo Holvard)



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U-Boot-Marsch
Composer: Robert Küssel
Lyricist: Ingo Holvard
Publisher: Arcadia-Verlag, Berlin, 1940
Opening Line: Der Brite prahlt „Die Welt ist mein“


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Drei Unteroffiziere

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Drei Unteroffiziere
Director: Werner Hochbaum
Screenplay: Jacob Geis; Fred Hildenbrandt
Music: Hanson Milde-Meissner
Production Company: UFA, Berlin
Release Date: 31.03.1939


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with duration 01:27:00]

00:00:00 Im Schutz der Wehrmacht (Hanson Milde-Meissner - Klaus S. Richter)
00:05:04 Ein Heller und ein Batzen (Anonym - Albert Graf von Schlippenbach)
00:05:35 Im Schutz der Wehrmacht (Hanson Milde-Meissner - Klaus S. Richter)
00:07:38 ?
00:18:14 ?
00:19:46 ?
00:23:48 Ouvertüre zu der Oper „Carmen“ (Georges Bizet)
00:24:58 Habanera aus der Oper „Carmen“ (Georges Bizet - Julius Hopp)
00:28:00 Im Schutz der Wehrmacht (Hanson Milde-Meissner - Klaus S. Richter)
00:28:49 Signal „Zapfenstreich“ (Anonym)
00:34:23 Signal „Alarm“ (Anonym)
00:36:59 Im Schutz der Wehrmacht (Hanson Milde-Meissner - Klaus S. Richter)
00:47:57 Biwak-Lied (Hanson Milde-Meissner - Klaus S. Richter)
00:49:50 Signal „Flaggenparade“ (Anonym)
00:51:23 ?
01:19:50 ?
01:26:08 Im Schutz der Wehrmacht (Hanson Milde-Meissner - Klaus S. Richter)
01:26:40 Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn - Hoffmann von Fallersleben)



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Im Schutz der Wehrmacht [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Hanson Milde-Meissner
Lyricist: Klaus S. Richter
Publisher: Ufaton-Verlags-GmbH, Berlin, 1939
Opening Line: Geschultert sind die Gewehre

Biwak-Lied (Rosemarie von der 3. Kompanie)
Composer: Hanson Milde-Meissner
Lyricist: Klaus S. Richter
Publisher: Ufaton-Verlags-GmbH, Berlin, 1939
Opening Line: Wenn das Lagerfeuer brennt


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Carl Peters

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Carl Peters
Director: Herbert Selpin
Screenplay: Ernst von Salomon; Walter Zerlett-Olfenius; Herbert Selpin
Music: Franz Doelle
Production Company: Bavaria Filmkunst GmbH, München-Geiselgasteig
Release Date: 21.03.1941


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with duration 01:49:45]

00:00:29 Wanke nicht, mein Vaterland! (Carl Gottlieb Bellmann – Matthäus Friedrich Chemnitz)
00:02:02 Muß i denn zum Städtele hinaus (Anonym)
00:02:39 ?
00:06:28 ?
00:07:11 ?
00:09:17 ?
00:11:39 ?
00:38:52-00:59:59 ? [African songs]
01:11:20 Lockmarsch (Anonym)
01:11:27 Petersburger Marsch [AM II, 113] (Anonym)
01:14:39 ? Trio: Wanke nicht, mein Vaterland! (Carl Gottlieb Bellmann – Matthäus Friedrich Chemnitz)
01:16:59 Wir sind die Sänger von Finsterwalde (Anonym)
01:17:30 ?
01:17:46 Fatinitza-Marsch (Franz von Suppé)
01:19:57 ?
01:21:50 ?
01:23:25 Fatinitza-Marsch (Franz von Suppé)
01:25:27 ?
01:26:28 ?


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Sechs Tage Heimaturlaub

Post by Ivan Ž. » 25 Feb 2015 18:09

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Sechs Tage Heimaturlaub
Director: Jürgen von Alten
Screenplay: Walter Forster; Rudo Ritter
Music: Edmund Nick
Production Company: Cine-Allianz Tonfilm Produktion GmbH, Berlin
Release Date: 03.10.1941


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with duration 01:31:28]

00:09:24 In der blauen Mondnacht (Edmund Nick - Helene von Fortenbach)
00:23:56 In der blauen Mondnacht (Edmund Nick - Helene von Fortenbach)
00:36:18 In der blauen Mondnacht (Edmund Nick - Helene von Fortenbach)
00:40:40 Erika (Herms Niel)
00:43:05 ?
00:44:11 ?
00:46:43 ?
00:50:24 In der blauen Mondnacht (Edmund Nick - Helene von Fortenbach)



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In der blauen Mondnacht [Tango]
Composer: Edmund Nick
Lyricist: Helene von Fortenbach
Publisher: Arcadia-Verlag, Berlin, 1941
Opening Line: Manche Frau hab' ich geliebt


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