ICH HAB' MEIN HERZ IN HEIDELBERG VERLOREN

Latest update on 12/07/2020

Artist: Fred Raymond
Author: Raimund Friedrich Vesely/Ernst Neubach
Year: 1925

Also as a Vienna operetta in '27. Fred Raymond is an alias for author Vesely (1900-1954), a cabaret composer and piano player from Vienna. In Berlin he wrote operetta & film music. As a soldier in WW II he wrote the German classic Es geht alles vorüber, better known by its forbidden parody: Es geht alles vorüber, es geht alles vorbei, Sogar Adolf Hitler und seine Partei.

Covers:

1925:

Heinz-Maria Linz

1926:

Kees Pruis [as Ik Heb Mijn Hart In Zierikzee Verloren]

1927:

Willy Derby [as Ik Heb Mijn Hart In Amsterdam Verloren]

1942:

Heinz Polzer [as Ik Heb Mijn Eer Op Katendrecht Verloren]

1965:

Slome Japie [as Ik Heb Mijn Hart Op Katendrecht Verloren]

1982:

Ray Conniff

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