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  • Dulmaran
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    Apr 01,  · The essence of the song is: “Oh, look who’s coming onstage, it’s Mack the Knife – a thief, murderer, arsonist, and rapist.” (If these last two startle you, be patient for a couple paragraphs.) The Brecht-Weill version premiered in Germany in and was an instant hit. Within a year, it was being performed throughout Europe, from.
  • Mozilkree
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    Mack the Knife - SATB by Kurt Weill (). Arranged by Russell L. Robinson. Choir Secular. For SATB chorus and piano accompaniment (SATB choir). Choral Octavo. Alfred Archive Edition. Standards and Choral. Difficulty: medium.
  • Malajas
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    Mack the Knife embodies the ambiguous bad guy famously. And "Mack the Knife," the cheery and ubiquitous pop song that topped the charts in , is his theme song. The song cheerfully announces that Mack the Knife is on his way to town, followed by untraceable dead bodies floating up the river, blood on the sidewalks, and the disappearance of.
  • Fautaur
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    Oct 22,  · "Mack the Knife" is a hybrid, but it's characteristic of the versatility and flexibility of American popular music. It's been performed by everybody from the .
  • Doujora
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    'Mack the Knife' We hear the recording of Mack the Knife — sung by Bobby Darin — music by Kurt Weill. 'Mack the Knife' Only Available in Archive Formats.
  • Banris
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    Nov 15,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Mack the Knife · Stanley Black and His Orchestra Intimate Percussion ℗ Smith & Co Released on: Music Publisher: WARNER CHAPPELL.
  • Namuro
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    LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Live Louis Armstrong Format: Audio CD. Stream Mack The Knife by Louis Armstrong and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in New Orleans Jazz (CDs & Vinyl)4/5(7).
  • Kigarn
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    Ella Fitzgerald won a grammy for a recording of "Mack the Knife." The record was recorded live before an audience in Germany, and what makes it remarkable is that Ella blanked out on the words right in the middle of the song, but ad-libbed new lyrics without missing a cue.
  • Kazirg
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    Mar 06,  · Here's the original song 'Die Moritat von Mackie Messer' from the 'Threepenny opera' sung by Bertolt Brecht. He wasn't a great singer but I like it anyway. I hope you like it too and enjoy the.
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