BERTOLT BRECHT "THERESE GIESHE SINGT BRECHT" 1972 HELIODOR BIBLIOTHEK LP (EXCELLENT CONDITION GERMAN PRESSING. VINYL IS M-!) - a famous German actress sings Brecht. The first to play the role of Mother Courage, cast by Brecht himself. A leading actress at the famous Munich Kammerspiele. - MORE DETAILS BELOW...
Brecht, Bertolt - Therese Giehse Singt Brecht (12" 33 LP, Ger stereo) 1972 Heliodor Bibliothek 2571 010 (distributed by Polydor) (includes: Die Lieder Der Mutter Courage: Lieder Der Mutter Courage, Das Lied Von Der Grossen Kapitulation, Das Wiegenlied Die Lieder Der Mutter: Lob Der Kommunismus, Lob Der Dritten Sache, Ballade Vom Wasserrad, Deutsches Miserere, Lied Einer Deutschen Mutter 1939, Mutter Beimlen, Lieder Von Peter Fischer: Der Apfelböck Oder Die Lilie Auf Dem Felde, Der Wolf Ist Zum Huhn Gekommen, Die Krücken, Das Lied Von Der Tünche, Die Haltbare Graugans, Lied Der Schwestern, Gegen Verführung, Grosser Dankchoral ) condition: VG++/M- (COVER: some light scuffs on seams esp. at edges of corners VINYL: M-)
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