German Folk Songs

German Folk Songs

Martha Schlamme FW06843 / FW 6843

Internationally renowned folk artist Martha Schlamme sings German folk songs and is accompanied on recorder and banjo by Pete Seeger. Born in Vienna, Schlamme confesses that bringing the folk literature of her native tongue into her performing repertoire (of hundreds of songs spanning fourteen languages) was a struggle: “Like many other victims of Nazi persecution I found it difficult to sing or think sympathetically of a land which brought back memories of the murder of my people and of those others who dared to speak out for sanity. In growing close to songs from many lands, however, I learned that the music of the people often represents the flowering of the best in any land.”

Year Released 1954
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1954 Folkways Records

Genre(s) World
Country(s) Austria; Germany
Instrument(s) Banjo; Recorder; Recorder (Muscial instrument); Vocals
Subject(s) World music
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101 Wenn Alle Bruennlein Fliessen Martha Schlamme 1:55
102 Drobn Am Bergal, Da Martha Schlamme 1:40
103 Rosestock, Holderbluet - Landler Martha Schlamme 1:51
104 Es Geht Eine Dunkle Wolk Herein (Thirty-Years War) Martha Schlamme 1:55
105 Dat Du Min Leevsten Bist Martha Schlamme 1:17
106 Es Burebuebli Martha Schlamme 1:41
201 Muss I Denn Martha Schlamme 2:37
202 Ufm Berge, Da Geht der Wind Martha Schlamme 1:21
203 Bei Mondenschein Martha Schlamme 2:08
204 Yodel Song Martha Schlamme 1:40
205 Der Schwere Traum Martha Schlamme 1:58
206 Die Gedanken Sind Frei Martha Schlamme 1:55
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