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One of the most popular German spring songs.
A melancholy German folk song about the sorrows of homesickness.
I have rewritten this Bavarian folk song. If you are merry all the time - something is probably wrong.
A 19th century song about the simple life of the simple people - which wasn&acite;s so simple at all.
An old folk song in German about the joy of hunting.
A folk song in German about the mill and it´s restless miller.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote the melody to the lyrics of this celebration of May.
In the North of Germany the sky can be quite grim - but it´s my home anyway.
I have arranged this German folk song with double bass and cymbals.
Sometimes parting is so easy! A spring-song in German.
This German folk song grooves in an a cappella version.
A happy folk song from Vienna, Austria, from the times of the great plague.
A German folk song about the time of indian summer and the harvesting of the wine.
A folk song from Switzerland. Enjoy life, even if it&aucute;s hard sometimes.
An old German dancing song, here intonated with 5 double basses.
Where else should you come in from, if not from outside? This old German Folk song comes with a techno beat.
there goes a mill wheel. A roamtic German folk song about the woes of love.
A folk Song in German: The basic "Boy wants to meet Girl" - scheme in a 19th century setting.
The best known German parting-song.
Each hour of the night the night watch had to sing an assigned verse of this German folk song.
A folk song in German about the many-faceted qualities of the loved one.
... until you lie your cool grave. This interpretation doesn´t take that maxim too seriously.
An old folk song from Germany - where you can sing this song most days of the year.
A spiritual German folk song from the 17th century.
A German folk song about the soldier and his feelings at daybreak.
Heine's und Mendelssohn-Bartholdy's spring song in a new arragement.
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