The Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler (1989) soundtrack

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The Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler (1989) soundtrack

Post by Steerforth » 14 Dec 2011 08:30

[Two threads dealing with "The Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler" soundtrack have been merged by the music section host, Ivan Ž.]

Appears in several of the MIlitary/History channels' programs on Nazi Germany. One program shows Hitler and Eva on the balcony of Berchesgaden, and this begins to play. Another program says that "Red Roses" was the only record Eva could find after they were married in the bunker, and this begins to play: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKlYOTOs ... re=related

Any help? Can't find any other references to it, or if it is called, "Red Roses".

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 14 Dec 2011 09:55

"Drei rote Rosen" (created by Schultze & Leip, authors of "Lili Marleen") and it's not a song from the bunker (there was no song from the bunker).

Edit: read more at viewtopic.php?f=81&t=89198

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Post by Steerforth » 14 Dec 2011 14:53

Thanks very much! It appears on YouTube, and that's the song all right! I think it translates to "Three Red Roses" (?). In the program, "The Fatal Attraction of Adolph Hitler", the announcer says that this is the only record that Eva Braun can find after she and Hitler are married. Then, this begins to play. The announcer refers to the title as "Red Roses". I wonder if there is some confusion. I see that you have to pay and download the original from Amazon sung by Lale Andersen. Thanks again. Very pleasant song!

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The Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler

Post by Papajoker » 15 Jul 2016 19:54

Can anyone identify the choir and song that is being played during the scene in the beginning of part 1 of "The Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler" where they are talking about Hitler being a choir boy in the abbey at Lambach? Thanks

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Post by Papajoker » 22 Jul 2016 05:05

Anyone have any ideas of where I could find out the answer? I've already tried just Google search and IMDb. Thanks again

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 22 Jul 2016 08:17

Papajoker wrote:Anyone have any ideas of where I could find out the answer? I've already tried just Google search and IMDb. Thanks again
It seems to be a Christian Church tune, I suggest trying on some of such forums. But, nevertheless: :welcome:

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