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Playback (Karaoke Playalong) for the hit by Zarah Leander from the 1938 movie "Der Blafuchs" .
This relaxed yet vibrant piano accompaniment is in tempo 140 and therefore a bit slower than the original in the movie (ca. tempo 176). Many singers find it easier to interpret it this way. According to the nature of the music, the tempo varies slightly and has delays at certain parts.
This piano accompaniment does not include the entire melody However, it is supported by the piano at many parts.
The original key is G-major (G-dur) but some shots of the movie use A-flat major. Here, this track is available in various keys and at your preferred tempo. You can order it via email or on CD. The available keys are E-flat major, E-major, F-major, G-flat major, A-flat major, A-major and B-flat major
(Es-Dur, E-Dur, F-Dur, Ges-Dur, As-Dur, A-Dur und Bb-Dur)
The available keys when using the download are E-flat major, F-major, G-major, A-flat major and B-flat major. Please click on the link below to use the download feature.
Structure of the song:
Intro 4 bar
1 Verse 16 bar
Refrain 32 bar
2. Verse 16 bar
Refrain 33 with stretched second last beat (oh-ne Liebe) and short postlude
In contrast to the structure of this playalong, Zarah Leander only sings one verse and starts with the refrain in the movie.
Lenght at original tempo 140 ca. 3 min, 04 sec.
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Listen to a demo of Kann denn Liebe Sünde sein in in G-major (G-Dur,) Tempo 140.
Zum schnellen Download in Es-Dur, F-Dur, G-Dur, As-Dur und Bb-Dur