Synonyms for schlaflied or Related words with schlaflied

melodien              trompeten              volkslieder              singt              deinen              wohin              niemand              einsamkeit              irgendwie              traurige              vergessene              verlassen              letztes              willkommen              tanzen              abschied              vorbei              sehnsucht              keinen              woher              genug              irgendwo              heut              ahnung              weihnachten              neuausgabe              gitarren              klage              meinen              gesucht              hinterm              gehen              weinen              stehen              beethovens              spricht              richtig              irgendwann              lyrische              wiegenlied              vielleicht              brauchen              sollen              lustige              warum              namens              ewig              volkslied              gespenster              endlich             

Examples of "schlaflied"
→ Vocals in "Schlaflied", "Endlos (Frei Von Dir)", "Schlaflied II", "Schlaflied (Unheilig Remix)"
The indexed songs were, at the time, "Geschwisterliebe", "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" and "Schlaflied". By now - February 2012, only "Geschwisterliebe" is in the index.
In 1987, the Bundesprüfstelle für jugendgefährdende Medien (Federal Department for Media Harmful to Young Persons) put the songs "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" and "Schlaflied" on the List of Media Harmful to Young People, with the effect that they could not be sold to minors, nor publicly advertised or displayed. This ban was lifted in 2004, which led to the subsequent reissue of the album (see below).
Old English Lullaby, 1913; Somewhere in France, 1918; Cossack Cradle Song, 1922; Berceuse, 1925; Chanson Souvenir, 1925; O Mistress Mine, 1925; The Prinkin’ Leddie, 1925; Reach, 1925; Red Fields of France, 1925; Ma douleur, 1929; Ripe Apples, 1929; There has Fallen a Splendid Tear, 1930; Der Einsame, 1931; Liebeslied, 1931; Mailied, 1931; Schlaflied, 1931; Abendlied, 1932, unpublished; Avalon, 1932; The Little Rose, 1932; The Rag Picker, 1932; The Lake Isle of Innisfree, 1933; Fair Annet’s Song, 1934; Herbsttag, 1934
The concept of the "Sound of Home" CD came from director in asking the questions "Where I come from, where I belong and where I feel at home". The repertoire chosen for the album was closely coordinated with 7 arrangers Secara trusted to write cover versions of hit tunes dating back to Antônio Carlos Jobims 1959 composition "Chega de Saudade" and the tradition Germany folksong "Schlaflied." The program for the CD comes all the way forward to songs made popular by more recently artists such as Michael Bublé, , and Melody Gardot. Original material from within the ensemble is also included on the release.
Christopher Ward moved to Germany in 2005 to work as Kapellmeister at Staatstheater Kassel. Working as music staff on a range of repertoire, he led productions of Donizetti’s "L’Elisir d’Amore", Porpora’s "Il Gedeone", Loewe’s "My Fair Lady", Weill’s "Die Sieben Todsünden", Ullmann’s "Der Kaiser von Atlantis", Krenek’s "Das Geheime Königreich", the world premiere of Beaudoin’s "Himmelfahrt, Rotkäppchen, Lauf!" (Müller-Wieland’s "Rotkäppchens Schlaflied", Schmitt’s "Im Korb", Kühnl’s "In Rotkäppchens Bett", Seither’s "Der helle Rand von Furcht und Erwachen"), Gershwin’s "Blue Monday", Bernstein’s "Trouble in Tahiti", Martinu’s "Hlas Lesa" and Streul’s "Spuk im Händelhaus", and conducted performances of Verdi’s "Simon Boccanegra", Mozart’s "Le Nozze di Figaro", Humperdinck’s "Hänsel und Gretel", Offenbach’s "Les Contes d’Hoffmann", Händel’s "Hercules", Lehár’s "Der Graf von Luxemburg", Suppé’s "Banditenstreiche" and Porter’s "Anything Goes". During this time, he has also conducted the Staatsorchester Kassel in a range of concerts as well as directing the theatre’s annual youth orchestra project (TJO).
"Ab 18" includes, among other things, the indexed song "Geschwisterliebe" and "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" at the time of the release of the album songs indexed and "Schlaflied". Other songs of the record are "Sweet Sweet Gwendoline", which already appeared on "Die Ärzte" and was not indicated, however, was controversial because of the glorification of sadomasochism was, as well as new songs, "Sie kratzt, sie stinkt sie klebt"," Helmut K. ", is claiming that Helmut Kohl tyrannize his wife, and from which it later falsely stated that it had been banned in Bavaria, and "Claudia II", the sequel to "Claudia hat nen Schäferhund." After the suicide of Hannelore Kohl In 2001, Die Ärzte distanced themselves from the song "Helmut K." and played it a few years no longer at their concerts until she on 29 December 2006 at the concert in SO36 in Berlin took back into the set.
After the second album they parted ways with Sahnie due to internal problems. He was replaced by producer Manne Praeker on the third album. Later "The Incredible Hagen" played bass for them until their breakup, although he never became an official member of the band. The third album was also the first time that Farin used distorted guitar sounds on most of the album, moving the band's sound towards rock. In 1987 the German Federal Centre for Media Harmful to Young Persons put the songs "Geschwisterliebe" ("Sibling love", a song about incest, from the eponymous album "Die Ärzte"), "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" ("Claudia has a German shepherd", about zoophilia, from "Debil") and "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby", about a monster coming and eating you after falling asleep, also from "Debil") on the German List of Media Harmful to Young People (often called "the Index").
According to Urlaub, he wrote the song at age 15, in 1979. The song however, was not released until 1986, on the self-titled album "Die Ärzte". The song had been a part of their concert setlists for a long time and since "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund", a song about zoophilia, released on "Debil", made it without being put on the index, it was decided that "Geschwisterliebe" would be released. The album was, however, indexed due to a complaint from a mother on 27 January 1987, because of this song - it was decided that this song encouraged sex between siblings. This also led to "Debil"'s being indexed due to the songs "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" ("Claudia has a German shepherd") and "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby", about a monster eating you gruesomely after you fall asleep).