Ernst Busch (actor) - Recordings of Spanish Civil War Songs (incomplete List)

Recordings of Spanish Civil War Songs (incomplete List)

From "Canciones de las Brigadas Internacionales" and "Solidarität"

  • Adelante Campesinos
  • Am Rio Jarama - "On the Jarama Front"
  • Ballade der XI Brigade / Lied von der XI Brigade - "Song of the XIth Brigade"
  • Los Campesinos - "The Peasants"
  • Las Compañías de Acero
  • Los Cuatro Generales
  • Himno de Riego / Riego Hymne - "Colonel Riego's Hymn"
  • Hans Beimler
  • Des Lied von der Einheitsfront' / Einheitsfrontlied
  • Lied der Internationalen Brigaden' / Lied Der Interbrigaden - "Song of the International Brigades"
  • Mamita Mia
  • Die Moorsoldaten - "Peat Bog Soldiers"
  • Nuestra Bandera - "Our Flag"
  • Peter, Mein Kamerad - "Peter, my Comrade"
  • "Spaniens Himmel" or "Die Thälmann-Kolonne" - "Spain's sky" or "The Thälmann Convoy" (Page 30f)

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