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Carl Peters

Post by Ivan Ž. » 25 Feb 2015 16:55

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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 a duration of 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 a duration of 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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D III 88

Post by Ivan Ž. » 25 Feb 2015 19:40

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D III 88
Director: Herbert Maisch; Hans Bertram
Screenplay: Hans Bertram; Wolf Neumeister
Music: Robert Küssel
Production Company: Tobis-Filmkunst GmbH, Berlin
Release Date: 26.10.1939


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with a duration of 01:43:18]

00:01:15 Flieger sind Sieger (Robert Küssel - Götz Otto Stoffregen)
00:02:32 ? Melody: Steh’ ich in finst’rer Mitternacht (Anonym)
00:04:23 Flieger sind Sieger (Robert Küssel - Götz Otto Stoffregen)
00:12:26 Flieger sind Sieger (Robert Küssel - Götz Otto Stoffregen)
00:15:56 Der alte Dessauer [AM I, 1b] (Anonym)
00:33:53 ? Melody: Steh’ ich in finst’rer Mitternacht (Anonym)
00:44:55 Flieger sind Sieger (Robert Küssel - Götz Otto Stoffregen)
00:49:33 ? Melody: Steh’ ich in finst’rer Mitternacht (Anonym)
01:22:50 ? Melody: Steh’ ich in finst’rer Mitternacht (Anonym)
01:40:46 Ich hatt’ einen Kameraden (Friedrich Silcher - Ludwig Uhland)
01:42:20 Flieger sind Sieger (Robert Küssel - Götz Otto Stoffregen)



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Flieger sind Sieger [Marsch und Lied]
Composer: Robert Küssel
Lyricist: Götz Otto Stoffregen
Publisher: Beboton-Verlag, Berlin, 1939
Opening Line: Wir jagen durch die Lüfte


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Triumph des Willens

Post by john2 » 22 Sep 2015 03:42

Does anyone know what music is playing at the beginning when Hitler is riding through Nuremburg.

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by Ivan Ž. » 22 Sep 2015 07:54

john2 wrote:Does anyone know what music is playing at the beginning when Hitler is riding through Nuremburg.
Hello, John

I've merged your post with the older topic dealing with this subject, please see the initial post and see if it's listed.

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by john2 » 23 Sep 2015 02:41

Unfortunately it is still not identified but thanks for pointing out this thread.

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Re: Triumph des Willens

Post by Ivan Ž. » 23 Sep 2015 06:52

You're welcome. If it's not identified nor listed under a question mark, it is likely one of Herbert Windt's pieces composed for the movie.

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Re: Sieg im Westen

Post by Fallersleben » 10 Oct 2015 14:39


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Re: Sieg im Westen

Post by Ivan Ž. » 10 Oct 2015 18:22

I have this movie on DVD (great quality, highly recommended!), and I was actually in the mood for this particular song these days, but I was too lazy to play the movie and search for it... So - thanks for the clip! :D

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RAD song, possibly...

Post by GregSingh » 11 Sep 2016 06:47

I remember these words only:

.....
Wir kämpfen für Deutschland mit friedliche tut
Arbeit ist ersten Gebot!
.....

What's the title and rest of that song?
If we become increasingly humble about how little we know, we may be more eager to search.

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Re: RAD song, possibly...

Post by Ivan Ž. » 11 Sep 2016 10:15

I remember the song too, but I never managed to identify it. Please remind me where is it from? A movie or...?

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Re: RAD song, possibly...

Post by GregSingh » 11 Sep 2016 11:46

I'm guessing it's from propaganda movie about Reichsparteitag der Arbeit (1937)...
If we become increasingly humble about how little we know, we may be more eager to search.

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Re: RAD song, possibly...

Post by Ivan Ž. » 11 Sep 2016 12:35

GregSingh wrote:I'm guessing it's from propaganda movie about Reichsparteitag der Arbeit (1937)...
Festliches Nürnberg!

The song is still unidentified, unfortunately. From page four:
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Festliches Nürnberg [Ein Film aus der Stadt der Reichsparteitage]
Director: Hans Weidemann
Screenplay: Karl Friedrich Reimers
Production Company: Reichspropagandaleitung der NSDAP, Berlin
Release Date: 1937


SOUNDTRACK [list adjusted for the copy with a duration of 20:33]

00:00 Ouvertüre zu der Oper „Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg“ (Richard Wagner)
02:21 Präsentiermarsch [AM I, 1a] [AM III, 1a] (Friedrich Wilhelm III. König von Preußen)
04:01 Nibelungenmarsch (Gottfried Sonntag) Music: Der Ring des Nibelungen (Richard Wagner)
06:16 ?
07:12 Wir sind die Fahnenträger (Will Decker)
07:44 Uns're Fahne flattert uns voran! (Hans-Otto Borgmann - Baldur von Schirach)
08:03 Badonviller-Marsch [AM II, 256] (Georg Fürst)
13:17 Mars voor de gewone pas nr. 1 [HM I, 60] (Jacob Rauscher)
13:58 Zum Städtel hinaus! (Georg Meissner)
15:49 Freut euch des Lebens (Hans Georg Nägeli - Johann Martin Usteri)
17:23 Lockmarsch (Anonym)
17:32 König-Karl-Marsch [AM II, 212] [AM III, 71] (Carl Ludwig Unrath)
20:04 Horst-Wessel-Lied (Anonym - Horst Wessel)


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Re: RAD song, possibly...

Post by Fallersleben » 11 Sep 2016 13:54

I hear:

  • Komm ran, Kamerad, fass' an, Kamerad,
    das Werk uns'rer Hände ____.
    Wir kämpfen für Deutschland in friedlicher ____,
    Arbeit ist erstes Gebot.
    Komm ran, Kamerad, fass' an, Kamerad,
    wir schaffen dem Bauer das Land.
    ...

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Re: RAD song, possibly...

Post by Ivan Ž. » 11 Sep 2016 14:53

Fallersleben wrote:fass' an, Kamerad
This is more likely "pack an, Kamerad", a phrase often used in RAD songs.

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