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Various - Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage album flac

Various - Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage album flac

Performer: Various
Title: Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage
Country: German Democratic Republic (GDR)
Released: 1967
Style: Chanson, Schlager
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 189
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Rot war die Sonne (3:32). Overview (current section). Also featured on. +9 other releases.

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Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube, die Sonne, Die liebt' ich einst alle in Liebeswonne. Ich lieb' sie nicht mehr, ich liebe alleine Die Kleine, die Feine, die Reine, die Eine;1 Sie selber, aller Liebe 2, Ist Rose und Lilie und Taube und Sonne.

Waged between 1455 and 1485, the Wars of the Roses earned its flowery name because the white rose was the badge of the Yorks, and the red rose was the badge of the Lancastrians. After 30 years of political manipulation, horrific carnage and brief periods of peace, the wars ended and a new royal dynasty emerged. Henry never officially agreed to Cade’s demands, one of which was to recall Richard, Duke of York, from Ireland back to England. Richard of York-as great-grandson of King Edward III-had a strong competing claim on the English throne. After a series of skirmishes, Henry squashed Cade’s rebellion and pardoned the rebels-except for Jack Cade himself, who would later die from a mortal wound during his arrest. Henry believed Richard of York was behind Cade’s rebellion (though there’s scant evidence that the Duke of York was involved).

Die Rose vom Liebesgarten is a 1900 opera by Hans Pfitzner to a libretto by James Grun, one of Pfitzner's fellow students at the Frankfurt Conservatory, which had been prompted by an 1890 painting by Hans Thoma Der Wächter vor dem Liebesgarten. The first act was first premiered in concert in March 1900 where it was poorly received between two pieces by Richard Strauss. The premiere 9 November 1901 in Elberfeld was better received, followed by performances in Mannheim, Bremen, Munich and Hamburg

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A1 Manfred Krug Es Steht Ein Haus In New Orleans
Lyrics By – Kerber*Music By – Köhler*Written By – Traditional/Köhler - KerberWritten-By – Traditional
A2 Thomas Natschinski Und Seine Gruppe Die Strasse
Lyrics By – König*Music By – Th. Natschinski*Written By – Th. Natschinski / König
A3 Gerry Wolff Die Augen Der Kinder
Lyrics By – Köhler*Music By – Kähne*Orchestra – Orchester Gerd NatschinskiWritten By – Kähne / Köhler
A4 Frank Schöbel Es Gibt Nicht Nur Dich
Backing Band – Thomas Natschinski Und Seine GruppeLyrics By – König*Music By – Th. Natschinski*Written By – Th. Natschinski / Gräfe
A5 Robert Steffan Wenn Die Sonn' Am Himmel Verlischt
Lyrics By – Engelmann*Music By – Zimmermann*Orchestra – Orchester Günther KretschmerWritten By – Zimmermann / Engelmann
A6 Reiner Schöne Schau Her
Backing Band – Klaus Lenz SextettLyrics By, Music By – König*Written By – König / König
B1 Gerry Wolff Die Rose War Rot
Lyrics By – Degenhardt*Music By – G. Natschinski*Orchestra – Orchester Gerd NatschinskiWritten By – G. Natschinski / Degenhardt
B2 Barbara Kellerbauer Mond Über Dem Mekong
Lyrics By, Music By – Köhler*Orchestra – Orchester Gerd NatschinskiWritten By – Köhler / Köhler
B3 Thomas Natschinski Und Seine Gruppe Lied Von Den Träumen
Lyrics By – König*Music By – Th. Natschinski*Written By – Th. Natschinski / König
B4 Manfred Krug Wenn Du Schläfst, Mein Kind
Lyrics By – Kerber*Music By – Heicking*Orchestra – Orchester Günter GollaschWritten By – Heicking / Kerber
B5 Reiner Schöne Friedenslied
Backing Band – Klaus Lenz SextettLyrics By, Music By – König*Written By – König / König

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover Design] – Ehbets*
  • Liner Notes – H. P. Hofmann

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tracks list in russian
Flipback sleeve
Ag 511 /2 / 67 A-8-128 (on sleeve)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8 50 073 Various Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) AMIGA 8 50 073 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1967
RMLP 35009 Various Die Rose War Rot ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Mondial RMLP 35009 Germany Unknown
8 55 073 Various Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage ‎(LP, Comp, RE) AMIGA 8 55 073 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1971
8 55 073 Various Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage ‎(LP, Comp, RE) AMIGA 8 55 073 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1975
8 55 073 Various Die Rose War Rot: Schlagerchansons Unserer Tage ‎(LP, Comp, RE) AMIGA 8 55 073 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1969
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