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Liebchen, ade! (Annemarie) [Marschpolka]
Composer: Herms Niel (1888-1954)
Lyricist: Anonym; Herms Niel (1888-1954)
Arranger: Josef Sommer (1881-1935)
Publisher: Musikverlag Sanssouci [Wilke & Co.], Berlin-Wilmersdorf, 1934
Opening Line: Liebchen, ade, scheiden tut weh
Vocal Group: Männerchor der Städtischen Oper, Berlin
Musical Group: Blasorchester Herms Niel
Recording Date: 1934
Recording Location: Berlin
Record Company: Electrola GmbH, Berlin

Digitized by Ivan Ž., 2008

NOT to be used for commercial or propaganda purposes

"Liebchen, ade" [Dear One, Farewell] is a German love song from 1934, with most part of the lyrics taken from an old folk song with the same name (written around 1816 and previously also known as "Schätzchen, ade"); Niel just added the name Annemarie between the lines and several lines of his own. It was translated in Dutch, by Louis Schmidt ("Annemarie"). This is one of Herms Niel's biggest hits and it is actually still quite popular in Germany (it is best known as "Annemarie-Polka"). The recording uploaded here is The original version of the composition and it was made shortly before Niel became a bandmaster in the State Labour Service. Song originally had three strophes; all recorded.

Recorded also by:
1934 Die fünf Parodisters; Blasorchester Carl Woitschach
1934 Luigi Bernauer; Die fünf Parodisters; Blasorchester Carl Woitschach
1934 Erwin Hartung; Männerquartett; Tanzorchester
1934 Erwin Hartung; Männerquartett; Tanzorchester Hans Bund
1934 Die vier Richters
1934 Hans Hellmer; Tanzorchester Hans Schindler
1934 Richard Nothhelfer; Tanzorchester
1934 Kurt Mühlhardt; Männerquartett; Tanzorchester Fritz Domina
1934 ?; Tanzorchester Will Glahé
1934 Bob Scholte; Orkest [Dutch version]
193_ ?; Tanzorchester
1935 Die vier Heimatsänger
1965? Die alten Kameraden; Blasorchester
____ Lübbenauer Oldstar Band
____ Lübbenauer Oldstar Band

It was also included in medleys "Alles Schlager" by Harold M. Kirchstein (1934), "Ruck-zuck - Annemarie" by Herms Niel (1937), "Unter Kameraden" by Otto Kermbach & Otto Rathke (1938 version), "Wir marschieren mit Herms Niel" by Erich Gutzeit (1942), "Frisch und froh" by Hermann Schäfer (1954) and "Marsch, marsch - zum Tanzen" (1954). It was recorded for the movie "Wunschkonzert" (1940).

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