- Performer Newsic
- Title Frei Sein / Komm, Wir Schreien Uns Mal An
- Date of release 1979
- Style Folk
- Other formats TTA AC3 DMF MPC ADX MP3 DXD
- Genre Folk music
- Size MP3 1668 mb
- Size FLAC 1747 mb
- Rating: 4.5
- Votes: 329
Written-By – Michael Ulrich (3). 2:54. Track A German version of Thom Pace - Maybe. Matrix, Runout (A): 101185 A-1/79S.
A2. Der Mann Auf Der Wolke. A3. Locker Und Leicht. A4. Es Ist Schwierig. B1. Komm, Wir Schreien Uns Mal An. B2. Auf Dem Regenbogen.
Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her" ("From Heaven Above to Earth I Come") is a hymn text relating to the Nativity of Jesus, written by Martin Luther in 1534. The hymn is most often sung to a melody that first appeared in 1539 and that was likely composed by Luther as well. That version became a classic Christmas carol, and many composers referred to it in their compositions.
Einmal sehen wir uns wieder" (English translation: "One Day We'll See Each Other Once Again") was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961, performed in German with one verse in French by Lale Andersen (23 March 1905 – 29 August 1972). When entering the Contest in 1961, Andersen was arguably that year's most established and well-known artist, not only in Europe but worldwide; in 1939, she had recorded the original version of wartime evergreen "Lili Marleen".
Windt, Chris - Komm Lass Uns Frei Sein. Album: Komm lass uns frei sein - Single, 2014. Provided to YouTube by Rebeat Digital GmbH. Komm lass uns frei sein (Radiomix) · Chris Windt. Komm lass uns frei sein. 2014 Pierre Gasser Musikverlag. Released on: 2014-06-03.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Wir Kommen Um Uns Zu Beschweren" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Wir Kommen Um Uns Zu Beschweren Album.
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland" (original: "Nu kom der Heyden heyland", English: "Savior of the nations, come", literally: Now come, Saviour of the heathen) is a Lutheran chorale of 1524 with words written by Martin Luther, based on "Veni redemptor gentium" by Ambrose, and a melody based on its plainchant. It was printed in the Erfurt Enchiridion of 1524. The song was the prominent hymn for the first Sunday of Advent for centuries.
Arranged By – Manfred HüblerLyrics By [Dt. T.] – Stefan WaggershausenProducer – Stefan WaggershausenWritten-By – Thom Pace
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Written-By – Michael Ulrich