In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument

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Comedian Harmonists
Auf Wiederseh'n

Creole Love Call
Muss I' Denn Zum Stadtle Dinaus
Perpetuum Mobile
Ein Bisschen Leichtsinn Kann Nicht Schaden
Tea For Two
Liebling, Mein Herz
Congo Lullaby
Wenn Die Sonja Russisch Tanzt
An Der Schonen Blauen Donau
Das Alte Spinnrad
The Barber Of Seville Overture
Am Brunnen Vor Dem Tore
Ich Traum' Von Eine Marchennacht
In Stiller Nacht
Night and Day
Sah Ein Knab' Ein Roslein' Steh'n
Hein Spielt Abends So Schon Auf Dem Schifferklavier
Komm Im Traum
Heute Nacht Oder Nie
Auf Wiederseh'n, My Dear

The story of the Comedy Harmonists is as intriguing and compelling as their music. Drawing upon the close harmony ensembles of the 1920's - the vaudeville era - for inspiration, they crafted an eclectic mix of the classical and the cabaret in pre-war Germany. The six members, including pianist and arranger Emil Gerhardt, founder Harry Frohmann and bass singer Robert Biberti, were the pop stars of their era, and even toured America and Europe, before they were forced to disband by the Nazi government. These twenty-five tracks comprise the best-known songs in the Harmonists repetoire, including the memorable "Creole Love Call," (re-created later by England's King's Singers on their tribute album), "Tea For Two" and Rossini's "Barber Of Seville Overture."

Item code: 6245C | 1 CD | $12.98 add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Some a cappella | Male | Germany

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