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Wolf Biermann: Warte nicht auf bessere Zeiten

Recorded Sound | Digitized | RG Number: RG-91.2056

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    Overview

    Description
    Track 1 = Side A of Biermann's LP "Warte Nicht Auf Beßre Zeiten"
    A1. Bilanzballade Im Dreißigsten Jahr (5:10)
    A2. Der Hugenottenfriedhof (4:58)
    A3. Enfant Perdu (8:15)
    A4. Lied Von Den Bleibenden Werten (3:29)

    Track 2 = Partial recording of "Days of Remembrance" commemoration (Washington DC, 1989).

    Track 3 = Side B of Biermann's LP "Warte Nicht Auf Beßre Zeiten"
    B1. Acht Argumente Für Die Beibehaltung Des Namens "Stalinallee" Für Die Stalinallee (4:25)
    B2. Ballade Für Einen Wirklich Tief Besorgten Freund (3:43)
    B3. Nicht Sehen - Nicht Hören - Nicht Schreien Oder Ballade Von Meiner Mutter Einzigem Sohn (6:04)
    B4. Warte Nicht Auf Beßre Zeiten (3:03)


    For song titles/track listings for this LP, see https://www.discogs.com/Wolf-Biermann-Warte-Nicht-Auf-Be%C3%9Fre-Zeiten/release/2506718?ev=rr.
    Date
    released:  1973
    Contributor
    Performer: Wolf Biermann
    Biography
    Wolf Biermann (b. 1936): German dissident poet and songwriter whose father was murdered at Auschwitz, and who sometimes treats Holocaust (and Jewish and Sinti) themes in his work.
    Format
    Audiocassette; magnetic

    Physical Details

    Language
    German English
    Genre/Form
    Music.

    Rights & Restrictions

    Conditions on Access
    This archival media can only be accessed in a Museum reading room or other on-campus viewing stations.
    Copyright
    CBS News Archives
    Conditions on Use
    Inquiries regarding the licensing of CBS News footage and sound recordings should be emailed to footage@cbsnews.com.

    Administrative Notes

    Recorded Sound Provenance
    Since 1992, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's music historian has collected historic sound recordings, published materials, interviews, and music related to the Holocaust and World War II.
    Recorded Sound Notes
    Musicologist's file contains: Illustrations with track list in French and German; lyrics in German; order form. Source LPs were possibly donated by the late USHMM historian Sybil Milton.
    Recorded Sound Source
    Bret Werb
    File Number
    Musicology Tape Number: 94
    Record last modified:
    2024-02-21 07:29:09
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