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Dagmar Krause – Supply and Demand: Songs By Bertold Brecht, Kurt Weill and Hanns Eisler


Dagmar Krause – Supply and Demand: Songs By Bertold Brecht, Kurt Weill and Hanns Eisler

1. Song Von Der Ware (Supply & Demand) 0:00
2. Grabrede (Epitaph 1919) 2:59
3. Deutsches Miserere (German Miserere) 4:59
4. O Falladah, Die Du Hangest! 8:30
5. Alabama-Song 9:23
6.1. IV. This City Has Made Me Realise 12:15
6.2. V. You Find Gold 13:17
6,3. VI. I Saw Many Friends 13:50
7. Surabaya Johnny 15:13
8. Moritat (Ballade Von Mackie Messer) 19:11
9. Barbara-Song 21:52
10. Kanonen-Song 25:48
11. Matrosen-Tango 27:59
12 Die Ballade Von Der Höllenlili (Lily Of Hell) 2:25
13 Das Lied Von Der Moldau (Song Of The Moldau) 1:40
14. Im Gefängnis Zu Singen (Pavel’s Prison Song) 3:00
15. Ostersonntag 1935 (Easter Sunday 1935) 1:24
16. Zu Potsdam Unter Den Eichen (At Potsdam ‘Unter Den Eichen’) 2:22
17. Der Song Von Mandelay 2:12
18. Benares-Song 3:52
19. Supply & Demand 2:57
20. Epitaph 1919 1:59
21. German Miserere 1:39
22. Surabaya Johnny 3:59
23. Song Of The Moldau 1:40
24. Pavel’s Prison Song 3:00
25. Easter Sunday 1:24
26. In Potsdam ‘Unter Den Eichen’

Malcolm D B Munro
Tuesday 10 January, 2017

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