1902 Victor Pre-Dog MONARCH Record 941 ANNOUNCED Emil Muench Dein Gedenk ich

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Artist Emil Muench

Format Record

Release Title Dein gedenk' ich, Margarethe

Material Shellac

Genre Classical

Record Size 10"

Style Anthem, Aria, Ars Nova, Ballata, Cantata, Canzona, Chanson, Chorale, Christian, Christmas, Elegy, Film Score/Soundtrack, Gregorian Chant, Laude, Lied, Lullaby, Madrigal, Mass, Motet, Musical/Original Cast, Music Hall, Opera, Oratorio, Radio Play/Show, Schlager, Serenade, Traditional/Vocal, TV Score/Soundtrack, Vocal

Speed 78 RPM

Language German, Italian, Polish

Catalog Number 941

Sub-Genre Opera

Record Label RCA Victor

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Emil Muench – on early Victor Pred Dog Monarch record, announced, Take 1 1902 w piano
Dein gedenk' ich, Margarethe
Erik Meyer-Helmund (composer)
Emil Muench (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Language: German
8/4/1902 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Victor 941 10-in.
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EMIL MUENCH Profile: German American tenor and choral director (born November 1866 in Germany)
Muench emigrated to the United States in 1889 and settled first in Newark, then in West Hoboken, New Jersey, where he worked as a professional singer. Muench also led several German-language choirs. In 1912, he is listed as the director of the Rothmänner Gesang Verein von Hudson County. In 1922, he served as the Director of the Liederkranz von Union Hill (West Hoboken), the West Hoboken Männerchor, and the North Hudson Männerchor (West New York).
Muench recorded numerous German songs for Columbia, Victor, and other labels between 1901 and 1916
The _Watch on the Rhine_ was, after and in two World Wars until 1945, one of the most popular songs in Germany, almost rivaling the Deutschlandlied as the de-facto national anthem.
Die Wacht am Rhein (English: The Watch/Guard on the Rhine) is a German patriotic anthem. The song's origins are rooted in historical conflicts with France, and it was particularly popular in Germany during the Franco-Prussian War and the First World War.
History
In the Rhine Crisis of 1840, Adolphe Thiers, after being cornered due to his support for Muhammad Ali of Egypt, renewed French claims for the Rhine River as France's "natural eastern border". Germans feared that France was planning to annex the left bank of the Rhine, as it had done during the Napoleonic Wars a few decades earlier, or with Alsace in the 17th century. In the two centuries from the Thirty Years' War to the final defeat of Napoleon, the German-speaking inhabitants of these lands suffered from repeated major and minor French invasions (see French-German enmity).
In the third Reich it was again popular, as a nationalistic, and not Nazi song (likte the Horst Wessel Lied). It is interesting to note that the Nazi Soldiers in Casablanca intone Die Wacht am Rhein against the French Marseillaise in Sam's Cafe.
The following is the complete text of the original five verses of the _Die Wacht am Rhein_, plus additions:
GERMAN LYRICS
APPROXIMATE TRANSLATION
1ST STANZA
Es braust ein Ruf wie Donnerhall,
wie Schwertgeklirr und Wogenprall:
Zum Rhein, zum Rhein, zum deutschen Rhein,
wer will des Stromes Hnter sein?
A call roars like thunderbolt,
like clashing swords and splashing waves:
To the Rhine, the Rhine, to the German Rhine,
who wants to be the stream's guardian?
REFRAIN
Lieb' Vaterland, magst ruhig sein,
lieb' Vaterland, magst ruhig sein,
fest steht und treu die Wacht, die Wacht am Rhein!
Fest steht und treu die Wacht, die Wacht am Rhein!
Dear fatherland, put your mind at rest,
dear fatherland, put your mind at rest,
solid stands, and staunch, the Watch, the Watch at the Rhine!
Solid stands, and staunch, the Watch, the Watch at the Rhine!
2ND STANZA
Durch Hunderttausend zuckt es schnell,
und aller Augen blitzen hell;
der Deutsche bieder, fromm und stark,
beschntzt die heil'ge Landesmark.
Through hundreds of thousands it quickly twitches,
and everybody's eyes brightly flash;
the German, respectable, pious, and strong,
protects the sacred county border.
3RD STANZA
Er blickt hinauf in Himmelsau'n,
wo HeldenvSter niederschau'n,
und schw÷rt mit stolzer Kampfeslust:
Du Rhein bleibst deutsch wie meine Brust!
He looks up to the meadows of heaven,
where ancient heroes glance down,
and swears with proud pugnacity:
You Rhine will remain German like my chest!
4TH STANZA
Solang ein Tropfen Blut noch glnht,
noch eine Faust den Degen zieht,
und noch ein Arm die Bnchse spannt,
betritt kein Feind hier deinen Strand!
As long as a drop of blood still glows,
a fist still draws the dagger,
and one arm still holds the rifle,
no enemy will here enter your shore!
ADDITIONAL STANZA INSERTED BETWEEN 4TH AND 5TH
Und ob mein Herz im Tode bricht,
wirst du doch drum ein Welscher nicht.
Reich, wie an Wasser deine Flut,
ist Deutschland ja an Heldenblut!
And even if my heart breaks in death,
You'll never ever become a French.
As rich in water is your flood,
is Germany in heroes' blood.
5TH STANZA
Der Schwur erschallt, die Woge rinnt
die Fahnen flattern hoch im Wind:
Am Rhein, am Rhein, am deutschen Rhein
wir alle wollen Hnter sein.
The oath rings out, the billow runs
the flags wave high in the wind:
On the Rhine, on the German Rhine
we all want to be the guardian.
ADDITIONAL 7TH STANZA ON WAR POSTCARDS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR
So fnhre uns, du bist bewShrt;
In Gottvertrau'n greif' zu dem Schwert!
Hoch Wilhelm! Nieder mit der Brut!
Und tilg' die Schmach mit Feindesblut!
So lead us, you are approved;
With trust in God, grab the sword!
Hail Wilhelm! Down with all that brood!
Erase the shame with foes' blood!
* ^ alternative: der deutsche Jnngling, fromm und stark
* ^ alternative: the German youth, pious, and strong
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