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Frommermann - Music of the Comedian Harmonists album mp3
Vocal Music
  • Performer:
    Frommermann
  • Title:
    Music of the Comedian Harmonists
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Vocal Music
  • Date of release:
    2007
  • Duration:
    01:02:55
  • Recording location:
    Onder de Linden Studio, Valthermond, The Netherlands
  • Size FLAC version
    1855 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1876 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1658 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    394
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Listen to music from Comedian Harmonists like Mein kleiner grüner Kaktus, Wochenend Und Sonnenschein & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Comedian Harmonists. The Comedian Harmonists were an internationally famous, all-male German close harmony ensemble (5 singers and a pianist) that performed between 1927 and 1934 as one of the most successful musical groups in Europe before World War II. The group consisted of Harry Frommermann (tenor buffo), Ari Leschnikoff (first tenor), Erich Collin (second tenor), Roman Cycowski (baritone), Robert Biberti (bass), and Erwin Bootz (pianist).

The Comedian Harmonists: Were an internationally famous, all-male German close harmony ensemble that performed between 1928 and 1934 as one of the most successful musical groups in Europe before World War II. The group consisted of Harry Frommermann, Asparuh "Ari" Leschnikoff, Erich Collin, Roman Cycowski, Robert Biberti, and Erwin Bootz. Ich hab für dich 'nen Blumentopf bestellt, Liebling, Mein Herz Lässt Dich Grüssen, Du bist nicht die Erste и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Were an internationally famous, all-male German close harmony ensemble that performed between 1928 and 1934 as one of the most successful musical groups in Europe before World War II.

In March 1935, the Nazi government bans the three Jewish members of the earlier "Comedian Harmonists", Frommerman, Cycowski, and Collin, from performing or recording in Germany; in Summer 1935, Frommermann and Collin's German citizenship is also revoked (Cycowski was already a stateless Pole)

Frommermann: creator of European voice theatre With the American soldiers who as from 1916 joined the armed forces on the European battle fields came a style of music that was new to Europe: jazz. After the war ended (November 1918) the population was desperate for entertainment. They made up the group that presented itself as the Comedian Harmonists. Frommermann filled in the third tenor part. He was the only one without vocal training; according to Bootz he had more of a speaking voice. The young men in their twenties must have been idealists, because began by intensively studying for eight months to master their part-song and their repertoire, not during the day, but at night between 12 and 4, as they held all kinds of jobs during the day besides choir singing.

Best of Comedian Harmonists Comedian Harmonists. Listen on Apple Music. 15 Volks-Kinderlieder, WoO 31: No. 4. Sandmannchen (arr. H. Frommermann). By Traditional & Johannes Brahms. 23. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Dwarf's Yodel Song (arr.

The Comedian Harmonists were an internationally famous, all-male German close harmony ensemble that performed between 1928 and 1934 as one of the most successful musical groups in Europe before World War II. The group consisted of Harry Frommermann (tenor buffo), Asparuh "Ari" Leschnikoff (first tenor), Erich Collin (second tenor), Roman Cycowski (baritone), Robert Biberti (bass), and Erwin Bootz (pianist).

The Comedian Harmonists were a German close-harmony singing group that was among Europe’s most successful prior to World War II. Founded by tenor Harry Frommermann, the group’s other members were tenors Ari Leschnikoff and Erich Collin, baritone Roman Cycowski, bass Robert Biberti, and pianist Erwin Bootz. They sang a wide range of songs in German (plus a few in English), with their harmonies influenced by jazz music. When the Nazis took power, Frommermann, Collin, and Cycowski fled the country, all of them being either Jewish or of Jewish descent

The Comedian Harmonists was a well-known German singing group that was formed in the 1920s. The group performed between 1927 and 1934 and consisted of five male singers and a pianist. The Comedian Harmonists were singing on a jazz-inspired manner, with use of falsetto, and often ironic way, which gave an exaggerated comic effect to the music.

Credits

Harold Arlen - Composer
Hans Joachim Bach - Text
Fritz Beckmann - Text
Hans Fritz Beckmann - Text
Erwin Bootz - Arranger, Composer
Marco Borggreve - Cover Photo, Photography
Comedian Harmonists - Arranger, Text, Vocal Ensemble
Helenus de Rijke - Transcription
Joseph (Karl Benedikt) Freiherr von Eichendorff - Text
Karl Eulin - Text
Frommermann - Primary Artist, Vocal Ensemble
Harry Frommermann - Arranger
Eline Haks - Liner Note Translation, Text Translation
Rens Heijnis - Mixing
L. Henneve - Text
Hans Herda - Text
Peter Igelhoff - Composer
Nany Intrator - Text
Walter Jurmann - Composer
Gerd Karlick - Text
Ted Koehler - Text
Ad van der Kouwe - Cover Design
Ernesto Lecuona - Text
Hans Lengsfelder - Text
Erwin Peters - Liner Note Translation
Cole Porter - Composer
Bert Reisfeld - Composer
Fritz Rotter - Text
C. Jared Sacks - Editing, Engineer, Producer
Ludwig Schmidseder - Composer
Ralph Siegel - Text
Friedrich Silcher - Composer
Franz Straatman - Liner Notes
A. Tabet - Text
Traditional - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Veronika, der Lenz ist da Walter Jurmann Frommermann 2:44
2 Eine kleine Frühlingsweise (after Dvorák's Humoresque) Frommermann 2:50
3 Overture to Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville) Frommermann 4:58
4 Mein kleiner grüner Kaktus Bert Reisfeld Frommermann 2:15
5 Stormy Weather, song (from the Cotton Club Parade of 1933) Harold Arlen Frommermann 4:15
6 Ali Baba, song Frommermann 3:33
7 In einem kühlen Grunde Friedrich Silcher Frommermann 2:53
8 Wenn ich vergnügt bin, song Peter Igelhoff Frommermann 2:48
9 Wir sind von Kopf bis Fuß auf Liebe eingestellt (from the revue Der blaue Engel) Frommermann 3:16
10 Schöne Isabella aus Kastilien Erwin Bootz Frommermann 3:33
11 Morgen muß ich fort von hier Traditional Frommermann 3:38
12 Wochenend und Sonnenschein Traditional Frommermann 3:15
13 Night and day, song (from "Gay Divorce") Cole Porter Frommermann 3:44
14 When Yumba Plays the Rhumba On the Tuba Frommermann 2:51
15 Kannst du pfeifen Johanna? Frommermann 2:48
16 Guter Mond du gehst so stille Traditional Frommermann 2:52
17 Holzhackerlied (Woodchopper's Ditty) Frommermann 2:51
18 Gitarren spielt auf Ludwig Schmidseder Frommermann 3:44
19 Leb' wohl, gute Reise Bert Reisfeld Frommermann 4:07