From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
Dismuke has provided all the information he had, and I have listened to the
real-audio bits. I am writing this to the whole community, because I think
that identification is a community matter. I note that the first inquiry in
this respect was filed on 22 December 2002.
The only one that I can presently provide a reasonable guess at is
The sound is like Comedian Harmonists about 1930, and the refrain in German
is "three musqueteers, three cavaliers", and it is in march tempo. Now their
Musketiermarsch, recorded 11 November 1929 and issued on Electrola EG1647.
Alas, my collection of their Electrolas only starts at EG1685 (I have some
Odeons, though), and the discography does not provide composer, etc.
I am absolutely certain that they have been reissued on CD. Hence this
additional information would enable you to dig further and also to get to the
The only information the notes that
> accompany the tapes provide is song titles. Information about artist,
> record label and catalog number is, unfortunately, completely absent.
> One of the reasons we are wanting to identify this information is so
> that we can hopefully locate and purchase replacement copies.
> I have placed Real Audio sound files of all of the recordings that we
> are seeking information on at: http://dismuke.org/request.html Does
> anyone here recognize any of these recordings? If you have a large
> record collection, I would very much appreciate it if you would give
> them a listen and see if they match up to any of the versions that you
> might have in your collection.
> If you do have information about the recordings, my email address is
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