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Kamp! : songs and satire from Theresienstadt

Author: Amelia DeMayo; Curt Buckler; Sergei Dreznin
Publisher: [Canada] : Analekta, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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English adaptation of songs and cabaret acts written by Jewish artists imprisoned in Theresienstadt camp. The original German-language version was released under the title Chansons und Satiren aus Theresienstadt (1993). Lyrics translated by Tom Neile.
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Genre/Form: Songs and music
Popular music
Music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Amelia DeMayo; Curt Buckler; Sergei Dreznin
OCLC Number: 947733264
Notes: Title from disc label.
Duration: approximately 63 minutes.
Compact disc.
Performer(s): Amelia DeMayo, Curt Buckler, singers ; Sergei Dreznin, pianist.
Event notes: Recorded
April 2015
New York
Description: 1 audio disc (approximately 1 hr., 3 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (33 pages)
Contents: Come right in! (2:04) / lyrics Leo Straus; music, Gerhard Bronner --
Maria Theresia the Empress / Schlesinger; Sergei Dreznin, after the Marseillaise --
Theresienstadt nursery rhyme / Ilse Weber to a German nursery rhyme --
Letter to my child / Ilse Weber; Sergei Dreznin --
Theresienstadt march / Karel Svenk --
Theresienstadt questions / Leo Straus --
A rumor goes through town / Walter Lindenbaum, Gerhard Bronner --
Reco / Theodor Otto Beet to the popular 1930s couplet by Ralph Benatzki--
Ghetto guard / Theodor Otto Beer, Kurt Klauber --
A suitcase speaks / Ilse Weber, Sergei Dreznin --
The theater ticket / Hans Hofer, Gerhard Bronner --
Mr. Sauer, Mr. Green / unknown, to the popular pre-war cabaret act by Armin Berg --
The chefs are coming / Leo Straus, to a hit from the 1908 operetta "The chocolate soldier" by his father Oscar Straus --
And the music plays along / Walter Lindenbaum, to a hit by Flvred Raymond--
Just as though / Leo Straus, adapted to Alexander Steinbrecher's song "Two from Ottakring" by Sergei Dreznin --
The little café / Walter Lindenbaum to a song by Hermann Leopoldi--
Down in Prater / Leo Straus, Otto Skutecky --
The sheep of Lidice / Ilse Weber, Gerhard Bronner --
Theresienstadt currency / Leo Straus, Sergei Dreznin --
The butterfly / Pavel Friedman, Gerhard Bronner --
They seek one another / Kopper, Sergei Dreznin --
Carousel / Manfred Greifenhagen, Martin Roman --
Potato peeler / Ilse Weber --
Our dear old cabaret / Frieda Rosenthal, Grigory Flidlider, Sergei Dreznin.
Other Titles: Songs and satire from Theresienstadt
Chansons und Satiren aus Theresienstadt.
Responsibility: Amelia DeMayo, Curt Buckler, Sergei Dreznin.

Abstract:

English adaptation of songs and cabaret acts written by Jewish artists imprisoned in Theresienstadt camp. The original German-language version was released under the title Chansons und Satiren aus Theresienstadt (1993). Lyrics translated by Tom Neile.

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