Hitler's birthday newsreel soundtracks

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Re: Hitler's birthday newsreel soundtracks

Post by GregSingh » 27 Apr 2016 09:19

Sounds like reworked "Grüsse aus Faistenau".
If we become increasingly humble about how little we know, we may be more eager to search.

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Someone help me recognize this parademusik

Post by Freilande » 31 Dec 2016 03:10

Here's the video, please help identifying the name.
It's the music starting 00:57



Thanks a lot!

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Re: Hitler's birthday newsreel soundtracks

Post by Freilande » 01 Jan 2017 08:12

Anyone knows?

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Re: 1939

Post by Freilande » 15 Jan 2017 06:53

FreiDurchDieTat wrote:From the second video, I make a few guesses:

1:55-3:44 Regimentsgruß (Heinrich Steinbeck)
3:45-4:01 Geschwindmarsch nach Motiven aus Quadrillen (Johann Strauß I)
4:29-5:02 some Trabmarsch...
5:02-6:59 Erzherzog Albrecht Marsch (Karl Komzák II)
7:00-7:52 can't hear anything, those tanks are too damn loud :D
do you know the march starting off in the video... something like from 00:00 to 00:30

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Re: Hitler's birthday newsreel soundtracks

Post by Hessler86 » 21 Jan 2017 21:46



Could anyone help me identifying the music in this particular clip?
I'd love to know the opening song and the march in the Leibstandarte sequence.
"Merken Sie sich eins; bei uns zu Haus' sind nur die Mannschaften Ostmärker.
Die Herren Offiziere sind Österreicher! Servus Doktorchen!"

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Hitlers 1939 Birthday Parade marching Music ???

Post by Kiwi Gumbootz » 29 Sep 2018 23:32

Can anyone Tell Me The Names Of the Marching Music /Tunes Used In Hitlers 1939 Birthday Parade ... The Army ..... Navy .. Mounted Cavalry Band ... All Seem To Have Their Own Ones

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 30 Sep 2018 12:10

Hello,

I've merged your post with the old topic dealing with the same question; see one of my earlier replies:
Ivan Ž. wrote:
22 May 2009 14:19
Birthday parade 1936:

- Parademarsch der Spielleute (Anonym)
- Lockmarsch (Anonym)
- Defiliermarsch [AM II, 168] (Carl Faust)
- Paradepost der berittenen Truppen (Anonym)
- Marche tirée de l'opéra „La dame blanche“ [HM III B, 40] (François-Adrien Boieldieu)
- Geschwindmarsch nach Motiven aus Quadrillen [AM II, 126] (Johann Strauß I)
- Parademarsch der Spielleute (Anonym)
- Lockmarsch (Anonym)
- Königgrätzer Marsch [AM II, 195] (Gottfried Piefke) Trio: Hohenfriedberger Marsch [AM I, 1c] [AM III, 1b] (Anonym)


Birthday parade 1939:

- Lockmarsch (Anonym)
- Regimentsgruß [HM II, 4] (Heinrich Steinbeck)
- Geschwindmarsch nach Motiven aus Quadrillen [AM II, 126] (Johann Strauß I)
- Paradepost der berittenen Truppen (Anonym)
- Trabmarsch nach Motiven des Balletts „Giselle“ [AM III, 33] (Albert Lorenz) Music: Giselle, ou les Wilis (Adolphe Charles Adam)
- Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch [AM II, 263] (Karl Komzák II)
- Kreuzritter-Fanfare [AM II, 235] [AM III, 113] (Richard Henrion)
- Revue-Marsch [AM II, 258] (August Reckling)
- Deutschlandlied (Joseph Haydn - Hoffmann von Fallersleben)
Cheers,
Ivan

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