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Looking for sound files

Post by D-General » 27 Oct 2018 15:33

I am wondering, do any of you have the full recordings of the following songs?
- Kampflied der Nationalsozialisten (Wir sind das Heer vom Hakenkreuz)
- Herbei/Heraus zum Kampf
- Du kleiner Tambour, schlage ein
- Deutscher Kampf im Lied

I am willing to offer my services for free in exchange for these records.
I am a specialist in audio, I can do audio restoration and enhancements, even the most broken record can be fixed.
I am currently a theater sound designer.
I can also do photo enhancements and restoration.
I can also do other things, but I don't have the time to list them all.
Other than to listen to these recordings, I plan to preserve them, I am currently working on an elaborate archive to preserve these recordings, so that even after many decades, these will still exist.

But I am happily willing to restore other records as well, free of charge, just send me a private message.
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Post by ansata1976 » 21 Apr 2019 11:36

I am looking for recordings/mp3 of the following marches:

Vorwärts zum Sieg! [Marsch] (J. B. Gsell)
Kameraden für immer [Marsch] (Richard Thiele)
Unter Brief und Siegel [Marsch] (Adolf Becker)
Flaggenparade [Marsch] (Carl Frühauf)
Masuren-Marsch (Max Oscheit)
Skagerrak-Marsch (Ernst Hanfstaengl)
Führer voran [Marsch] (Karl Rockstroh)
Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer [Marsch] (Hermann Blume)
Die braune Armee [Marsch] (Fritz Bauer)
Favoriten-Marsch (Hans Scholz)
Auf Wiederhören! [Marsch] (Kurt Rehfeld)
Der Wille siegt [Marsch] (Hermann Blume)
Kameraden unter'm Spaten [Marsch] (Will Decker)
Alte Marschierer [Marsch] (Otto Ley)
Ein einig Deutschland [Marsch] (Martin Schmeling)
Grenzlandtreue [Marsch] (Hermann Blume)
Der eiserne Grenadier [Marsch] (Martin Richter)
Er weicht der Sonne nicht [Fliegermarsch] (Hugo Kayser)
Der Tannenberger Marsch (Arno Rakow)

[List corrected by the host, Ivan Ž.]

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Post by ansata1976 » 22 Apr 2019 13:54

I am aware that there are recordings of the following marches (see year of recording).

Stukas der Meere [Marsch] (Karl Rucht) 1941
Teutonenmarsch (Bruno Lüling) 1933
Funker-Marsch (Hugo Brathuhn) 1929
Heil unsern Fahnen [Bravourmarsch] (Spero Kochmann) 1937
Kampfruf-Marsch (Hermann Schmidt) 1940
Gruß an Braunau [Marsch] (Carl Frühauf) 1939
RAD-Marsch Nr. 1 (Der Reichsarbeitsführer) (Herms Niel) 1937
Treueschwur [Marsch] (Paul Hellmann) 1934

[List corrected and reduced by the host; there's no need to post requests for the same recordings over and over.]

Maybe experts of this forum can help me where I can get these recordings/mp3 or maybe they can send me mp3 of the marches or upload links. Important: Only recordings without singing.

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 22 Apr 2019 14:47

Several posts have been split off into the topics Parademarsch der SS and Songs and marches of the Leibstandarte-SS "Adolf Hitler".

Dear D-General, ansata1976, and everyone else, please post sound requests for each file individually, to make the browsing easier and to pay a deserved attention to each composition/performance, and also to avoid unnecessary pilling up and the possibility of copyright infringement.

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Looking for marches

Post by ostland » 28 Dec 2020 10:47

Hi all,

Browsing the ANNO website of the Austrian National Library, I came across the April 15th 1939 edition of Radio Wien magazine. On the 20th of April (Führergeburtstag) a few marches are listed that I am unable to find anywhere online and I wonder if any recordings exist. Do you know them, Ivan?

- Gleßmer: In der Schorfheide (Marsch)
- Hrubetz: Der Niederdonauer (Walzer)
- Wöllner: Horrido (Jägermarsch)
- Kesselgruber: Sudetendeutscher Freiheitsmarsch

Thanks in advance!
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Post by Ivan Ž. » 28 Dec 2020 12:00

Hello, ostland

Sorry, I don't remember ever coming across those titles.

Edit: several posts have been split off into the topic Horrido - Hussassa!

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Re: Looking for marches

Post by GregSingh » 04 Jan 2021 00:04

Could be different march altogether, but Johann Hans Rotter is mentioned as composer of Sudetendeutscher Freiheitsmarsch.
Music notes might be available in the records of Karlsbad Symphony Orchestra - see this PDF file - https://www.inventare.cz/pdf/soap-kv/so ... y-noty.pdf
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Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 04 Jan 2021 01:10

May I suggest search on YouTube? If you do a detailed search using composers, titles, country of origin, and can get around some of Youtubes censorship weirdness( and that is done by typing in all dfferent names etc might find your quest. I know even though they Youtube blocks many TR marches, you can find them by a round about search

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 04 Jan 2021 02:38

Dear Mark, the marches member ostland is looking for are generally unknown and are not the sort of material one finds on YouTube or on commercial records. If their recordings exist, they can be found in a radio archive or in rare private collections. They were all broadcasted on the radio, so there's a chance someone recorded some of those broadcasts. But I haven't come across any of those titles in any collection so far.

Dear Greg, Hans Rotter's "Sudetendeutscher Freiheitsmarsch" is surely a different composition. There was also another march entitled "In der Schorfheide", composed by Friedrich Deisenroth, and there were several more marches entitled "Horrido", by various composers.

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