Otto Aurich & Lisl Frank

CD/DVD releases

 

 

In 1939, Otto Aurich and Alice [Liesel] Frankel each recorded one title, believed to have been issued on a 78rpm shellac disc that year. The titles lay forgotten until their reissue 60 years later. This page is devoted to releases featuring their performances.

 


Rudolf Nelson
Edel 0014602TLR
UND RUDI MACHT MUSIK DAZU (2-CD)

released September 1999

 

 

2-CD set featuring:

Otto Aurich -  Die Damenschuhe von Zimmer Nr. 20  - CD2, Track 17

Lisl Frank - Männer, Männer, Männer!  - CD 2, Track 18

 

 

 

The following item is a boxed collection consisting of a CD and DVD. Each is titled Totentanz - Kabarett im KZ. The CD carries the sub-title Die Welt Ist Eng Geworden, while the DVD is tagged Kabarett Hinter Stacheldraht. The set comes with a booklet in which Otto Aurich is mentioned. It is not certain if either he or Lisl appear in the background of the Kamp Westerbork material included on the DVD. Lisl is one of the featured artists on the CD.

 

Totentanz: Kabarett im KZ (CD)

Edition Mnemosyne VS2003

TOTENTANZ - KABARETT IM KZ:

DIE WELT IST ENG GEWORDEN

 

released 2000

 

CD accompanying DVD featuring:

Lisl Frank - Männer, Männer, Männer!  - CD 2, Track 18

 

Totentanz: Kabarett im KZ (CD)

Edition Mnemosyne VS2003

TOTENTANZ - KABARETT IM KZ:

DIE WELT IST ENG GEWORDEN

 

released 2000

 

 1  Kabarett im KZ - vor den augen der SS
  2  Das Lied der Moorsoldaten
  3  Die Katakombe wird geschlossen
  4  Kabarettisten kommen ins KZ
  5  Die Blunacht in Dachau
  6  Antisemistische Propaganda
  7  Westerbork - Europas heimliche Kabarett-Metropole
  8  Kabarett in Theresienstadt
  9  Der Fürher schenkt den Juden eine Stadt
10  Endstation Auschwitz

 

 

Da Machst Was Mit... 100 Jahre Kabarett 1933-55 (CD)

Bear Family Records 26002-1 BCD 16902 CP

 

released 2006

 

 

3-CD set featuring:

Lisl Frank - Männer, Männer, Männer!  - CD 2, Track 14

 

 

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