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Jura Soyfer – Verdrängte Jahre

Recorded Sound | Digitized | RG Number: RG-91.1976

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    Jura Soyfer – Verdrängte Jahre


    Soyfer (1912-1939) was an antifascist journalist and cabaret songwriter active in Vienna. Arrested while attempting to flee to Switzerland he was sent first to Dachau, where he co-authored (with composer Herbert Zipper) the camp anthem, "Dachaulied." Soyfer was subsequently deported to Buchenwald, where he died of typhoid fever. The selections on this disc are based on Soyfer's writings. They were arranged and performed by the Austrian group Schmetterlinge.

    Extraplatte 18, 180081 (Vienna, 1981)
    Side A, Track 1, Lied Von Der Ordnung
    Side A, Track 2, Die Mühlen Der Gerechtigkeit / Lied Der Justiz
    Side A, Track 3, Vertrauenskundgebung Für Herrn Fey
    Side A, Track 4, Kapitalistischer Segensspruch
    Side A, Track 5, Wenn Der Himmel Grau Wird
    Side A, Track 6, Zeitungsmeldungen
    Side A, Track 7, Matuska Spricht
    Side A, Track 8, Geh 'Ma Halt A Bisserl Unter
    Side B, Track 1, Uralte Silversterlegende / 10 Tage Neues Jahr
    Side B, Track 2, Sturmzeit
    Side B, Track 3, Song Des Guck
    Side B, Track 4, Wanderlied
    Side B, Track 5, Schlaflied Für Ein Ungeborenes
    Side B, Track 6, Galgenfrist Bewilligt
    Side B, Track 7, Lied Des Einfachen Menschen
    Side B, Track 8, Dachau-Lied
    Released:  1981
    Composer: Jura Soyfer
    Phonograph record; vinyl; 12 inches; 33 rpm

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