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Wer das Scheiden hat erfunden, folk song




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Gold fundForeign recordings 
Doppelquartett des T.V. Neumünster

1.. Mein Dörflein (H. Ackermann - M. Walker)
2. Muttersegen (A. Opladen)
3. Wer das Scheiden hat erfunden (Volkslied)
4. Nachtgesang (Franz Abt)
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Additional information: The Russian Cossack's choirs had big influence on the male-voice choir singing in Switzerland. Since the songs of the Don Cossacks Choir of Serge Jaroff were very popular there. Thus several songs of this choir were adapted in Switzerland. "Who has invented the dissolution ..." is an example with the melody of the Cossack song "Stenka Rasin", with a terribly sentimental text ("... has not thought in love"). Also they did not succeed in singing in the kind of the Don Cossacks. Nevertheless, these songs were very popular in Switzerland and to hear in the 1950s and the sixties regularly in the Swiss Radio. This interpretation is from the Singing Club of the Gymnastics Association of Zürich.
Record Mini-Discography: Columbia (European) > Wer das Scheiden hat erfunden, folk song
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Columbia Record > Columbia (European) ZP 7 XZ 1014
Reverse Side ZP 7 XZ 1013
Title Name: Wer das Scheiden hat erfunden
Language(s) or Ethnics: german | Catalog category: Swiss Male Choir | Genre (Music Category): Folk song
Artist(s): Doppelquartett des T.V. Neumünster - Double Quartette of the Gymnastics Club of Zürich
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Recording Place: Zürich | Recording Date: ~1950
Transfer speed: 33⅓ RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 100 mm
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