The first CD (German Army Chorus and More German Army Chorus) is 74 minutes long
PLEASE NOTE: Unlike the original records, which have no tracks and play like one, very long song, we have inserted tracks on the CD, so you can play a particular piece at will.
The second CD (Erika) contains 13 individual tracks.
CLICK ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING TITLES FOR A SAMPLE:
1. Westerwaldlied 9. Erika 20. Panzerlied
The selections have been taken from original, private pressed recordings; however, while we have tried to digitally enhance out all the imperfections, there are a few scratches on the presses. If you've ever been curious as to what German soldiers were singing in their campaigns and while resting inbetween battles, this CD set is for you.
Don't hesitate to buy these now! These recordings have been long out of print and very hard to find. We bring them to you with pleasure and think the march enthusiast will be very pleased.
RECORDED ON CD-R DISCS.
Note to users of VLC Media Player:
Users who listen to the German Army Chorus CD on VLC Media Player might notice extremely brief moments of silence between tracks. Whereas this wouldn't be noticeable when playing a recording which normally has tracks (unless it were a recording of a record which had scratches during the pauses), it is obvious with this CD, because the recording was originally made without the intention of tracks ever being used (continuous play). For some reason, VLC cannot switch tracks without "pausing". We have found, that if you play this CD in a standard CD player (including a car's CD player), you will not experience these interruptions. We have also noticed it doesn't happen with Windows Media Player. We cannot vouch for other players, due to having no experience with them. However, there are no problems with the disc itself. If you are experiencing this issue with VLC Media Player, we recommend downloading and using another player for this recording.