Marlene Dietrich - Lili Marlene Original Song !

Marlene Dietrich - Lili Marlene Original Song !

Marlene Dietrich - Lili Marlene Original Song !

1944 True Story Of Lili Marlene (full)

1944 True Story Of Lili Marlene (full)

Freely downloadable at the Internet Archive, where I first uploaded it. National Archives description: "Summary: English announcer starts telling about Lili Marlene. English soldier returning home brings war relics and a record. Camera zooms in on Lili Marlene record. Man at home writes the lyrics. The man gets up and starts reading them to bg music. Camera shows girl under a lantern waiting at the barracks' gate. Loli Anderson (Swedish singer) practices the song in a nightclub while a woman scrubs the floor. Hitler, in car, drives past cheering crowd. Officer enters the Belgrade radio station and gives the announcer records. Record is played. Camera shows German troops in the desert, in subs, and at other posts listening. Loli Anderson in nightclub singing the song to the patrons. German announcer tells how popular the song became and how many Loli Anderson canteens were opened. Poster on Smolensk Road of Lili Marlene. German troops and vehicles advancing across the desert. Opera star sings "Lili Marlene" in Berlin. British BBC announcer starts to tell how the English soldiers adopted the song." National Archives Identifier: 23417

Don't Cry For Me Argentina - Madonna

Don't Cry For Me Argentina - Madonna

Don't Cry For Me Argentina - Madonna Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics: Tim Rice The song was written in 1976 in memory of Evita Perón, the second wife of Argentine President Juan Perón. Footage in the video is from the film: «Eva Perón» by Juan Carlos Desanzo, starring Esther Goris and Victor Laplace. The song was initially performed by Julie Covington and its name came from an inscription on the plaque of Evita Peron's grave at Recoleta cemetery in Buenos Aires. Madonna sang the same song in 1996, in the musical drama: Evita, directed by Alan Parker and written by Parker and Oliver Stone. The film starred Madonna as Evita Perón, Antonio Banderas as Ché and Jonathan Pryce as Juan Perón. It won't be easy, you'll think it strange when I try to explain how I feel that I still need your love after all that I've done. You won't believe me all you will see is a girl you once knew although she's dressed up to the nines at sixes and sevens with you. I had to let it happen, I had to change couldn't stay all my life down at heel looking out of the window, staying out of the sun. So I chose freedom running around, trying everything new but nothing impressed me at all I never expected it to. Don't cry for me Argentina the truth is I never left you all through my wild days my mad existence I kept my promise don't keep your distance. And as for fortune and as for fame I never invited them in though it seemed to the world they were all I desired. They are illusions they are not the solutions they promised to be the answer was here all the time I love you and hope you love me. Don't cry for me Argentina. Don't cry for me Argentina the truth is I never left you all through my wild days my mad existence I kept my promise don't keep your distance. Have I said too much? there's nothing more I can think of to say to you but all you have to do is look at me to know that every word is true.

Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again

Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again

Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again Early life Vera Lynn was born Vera Margaret Welch on 20 March 1917, in East Ham, then in Essex, now part of Greater London. Her father was a plumber and Vera Welch grew up with her parents' Cockney accent, which she has never abandoned. She began singing at the age of seven in a working men's club, and later adopted her grandmother's maiden name for her stage name. Lynn's first radio broadcast was in 1935 with the Joe Loss Orchestra. She was already being featured on records released by dance bands, including Loss's and Charlie Kunz's. She made her first solo record on the Crown label in 1936, "Up the Wooden Hill to Bedfordshire". (The label was soon bought out by Decca.) After a short time with Loss, she sang with Kunz, during which time she made several recordings. Lynn then moved to the dance band of Bert Ambrose. War years Lynn met clarinetist and saxophonist Harry Lewis, the man she would later marry, in 1939, the year World War II began. The following year, she began her own radio programme, Sincerely Yours, sending messages to British troops serving abroad. She and a quartet would perform songs most requested by the soldiers. Lynn also visited hospitals to interview new mothers and send personal messages to their husbands overseas. During the war years she would tour Egypt, India, Burma, giving outdoor concerts for the troops. In 1942, Lynn recorded the Ross Parker/Hughie Charles song "We'll Meet Again", also appearing in the film of that name. The nostalgic lyrics ("We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know when, but I know we'll meet again some sunny day") were very popular during the war and became one of the emblematic songs of the war. Contrary to later reports, she neither sang nor recorded the "Rose of England" during this time and it was only in 1966 when her producer, David Gooch, selected it for her album More Hits of the Blitz that she became familiar with it. The album itself was a follow up to Hits of the Blitz produced by Norman Newell. Post-war career Lynn's "Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart" became the first record by a British performer to top the charts in the United States, doing so for nine weeks. She also appeared regularly for a time on Tallulah Bankhead's U.S. radio programme, The Big Show. "Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart", along with "The Homing Waltz" and "Forget-Me-Not", gave Lynn a remarkable three entries on the first UK Singles Chart, a top 12 (which actually contained 15 songs owing to tied positions). Lynn's career flourished in the 1950s, peaking with "My Son, My Son", a number-one hit in 1954. Lynn co-wrote the song with Eddie Calvert. In early 1960, she left Decca Records after nearly 25 years, and joined EMI. She recorded for EMI's Columbia, MGM and HMV labels. She hit the top 10 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart in 1967 with "It Hurts To Say Goodbye". Vera is also notable for being the only artist to have a chart span on the UK single and album charts reaching from the chart's inception to the 21st century - having three singles in the first ever singles chart, and most recently having a #2 album with We'll Meet Again - The Very Best Of Vera Lynn in September 2009.

Mireille Mathieu singing La Marseillaise (with lyrics)

Mireille Mathieu singing La Marseillaise (with lyrics)

Mireille Mathieu's legendary performance of La Marseillaise with the Eiffel Tower in the background. This one includes subtitles (lyrics; paroles) - sorry about the beginning, I couldn't find that portion of the video anywhere, but I did find the audio. Mireille Mathieu chante La Marseillaise. 1989; black and white footage; Champs de Mars; Paris; French National Anthem

Luftwaffe Finis: The End of the German Air Force 1945, Restored Color

Luftwaffe Finis: The End of the German Air Force 1945, Restored Color

Recently discovered color film of top Luftwaffe leaders and pilots taken as they fell into Allied hands at the end of World War II. You'll see startlingly realistic color footage of Herman Goering, Albert Kesselring, Adolf Galland, Hans Ulrich Rudel and many more. Captured aircraft are shown as well, including an Me 262, the first jet fighter, and an FW 190. You'll be amazed when you see these color images. I produced this documentary from unedited, silent footage. Get this video and more on our P-51 DVD with five more videos & 130-page P-51D pilot's manual: http://bit.ly/fx59Jz Zeno, Zeno's Warbird Videos http://zenoswarbirdvideos.com Visit our aviation DVD store at http://www.zenosflightshop.com for the World's largest selection of World War 2 & vintage jet aircraft aviation videos

LALE ANDERSEN, "Lili Marleen" (1938).

LALE ANDERSEN, "Lili Marleen" (1938).

La historia de Lili Marleen comienza en 1915, cuando Hans Leip, soldado alemán, escribió unos poemas de tipo amoroso mientras estaba en el frente, durante la Iª Guerra Mundial. Estos versos fueron publicados en 1937 y llamaron la atención del conocido compositor Norbert Shultze, que les puso música. La canción fue estrenada en 1938, interpretada, aunque en un principio se negó a ello, por la famosa cantante Lale Andersen. Pero al principio no tuvo éxito, vendiéndose apenas 700 copias del disco. Sin embargo, dos años más tarde, en 1940, ya comenzada la Segunda Guerra Mundial, un suboficial de una compañía alemana de reconocimiento acorazado, que tenía el disco, la dejó oír un día en una reunión informal en el cuartel y gustó tanto a sus compañeros que fue adoptada como canción de la compañía. El grupo fue enviado en la primavera de 1941 al frente del norte de África, formando parte del Afrika Korps. La canción se volvería un éxito cuando la Soldatensender Belgrad (Radio de los Soldados de Belgrado), la estación de radio para las fuerzas armadas alemanas en la Yugoslavia ocupada, comenzó a transmitirla en 1941. Lili Marleen pronto se volvió inmensamente popular con los soldados alemanes en el frente. El transmisor de la estación de radio en Belgrado era lo suficientemente poderoso para ser recibido en toda Europa y el Mediterráneo y la canción se hizo popular entre las topas aliadas también. La canción se convirtió en el tema preferido entre los soldados de ambos bandos del frente occidental. Pero al gobierno nacionalsocialista no le agradaba la canción cuartelera de amantes separados y Joseph Goebbels prohibió su difusión en la radio. Lale Andersen (Liese-Lotte Bunnenberg) nació en 1905 en Lehe (Bremerhaven). Tuvo una vida azarosa, con altibajos en su carrera. En 1961 representó a Alemania en el Festival de Eurovisión, celebrado en Cannes, con la canción "Einmal sehen wir uns wieder". Lale murió en Viena en 1972. Su cuerpo está enterrado en la isla de Langeoog, donde tenía su residencia. __________ Letra de Hans Leip: Vor der Kaserne Vor dem großen Tor Stand eine Laterne Und steht sie noch davor So woll'n wir uns da wieder seh'n Bei der Laterne wollen wir steh'n Wie einst Lili Marleen. Unsere beide Schatten Sah'n wie einer aus Daß wir so lieb uns hatten Das sah man gleich daraus Und alle Leute soll'n es seh'n Wenn wir bei der Laterne steh'n Wie einst Lili Marleen. Schon rief der Posten, Sie blasen Zapfenstreich Das kann drei Tage kosten Kam'rad, ich komm sogleich Da sagten wir auf Wiedersehen Wie gerne wollt ich mit dir geh'n Mit dir Lili Marleen. Deine Schritte kennt sie, Deinen zieren Gang Alle Abend brennt sie, Doch mich vergaß sie lang Und sollte mir ein Leids gescheh'n Wer wird bei der Laterne stehen Mit dir Lili Marleen? Aus dem stillen Raume, Aus der Erde Grund Hebt mich wie im Traume Dein verliebter Mund Wenn sich die späten Nebel drehn Werd' ich bei der Laterne steh'n Wie einst Lili Marleen.

Marlene Dietrich UNICEF GALA 1962 " sag mir wo die Blumen sind "

Marlene Dietrich UNICEF GALA 1962 " sag mir wo die Blumen sind "

Marlene Dietrich als Ehrengast der UNICEF Gala - "Musik der Welt" vom 6 Oktober 1962 in der Kongresshalle in Düsseldorf Orchester Max Greger Brief vom 25. Feb.1963 12.Avenue Montaigne - mein Lieber, Bitte seien Sie so gut und fragen genau wann und wo und was für eine Television Sendung von mir in Stockholm gezeigt wurde. Habe nähmlich nur einmal ein Lied für die "UNICEF" Wohltätigkeitsabend gesungen, das gefilmt wurde für Television in Düsseldorf. .... Ich sang ein Lied, das jetzt NO 1 in Deutschland ist, " Sag mir wo die Blumen sind" - ein Antikriegslied (eine Erfolgsplatte in Deutschland zu haben ist doch allerhand):.......nochmals tausend Grüsse MARLENE

Radetzky Marsch

Radetzky Marsch

Austria

Marlene Dietrich - last performance

Marlene Dietrich - last performance

http://blog.gaybucuresti.ro Last performance in the movie "Just a gigolo"

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