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Playback (Playalong) for the song sung by Zarah Leander in the 1942 movie "Die große Liebe", available for download.
The verses have been recorded in a rather quick rubato, while the refrain maintains more or less the indicated tempo with a 3-er rhythm fermata in the beginning. The tempo is deliberately a bit slower than the original used in the movie. However, the second refrain slows down 4 chords before the end, as is the case in Zarah Leander's original.
This piano acompaniment contains the full piano melody.
This title is available in the original key B-flat major (Bb-Dur), even though Zarah Leander sings in E-flat major ( Es-Dur), and in A-flat major, C-major, D-flat major, E-flat major, and F-major ( As-Dur, C-Dur, Des-Dur, Es-Dur und F-Dur) (with two verses).
You can choose between more keys and select your preferred tempo or choose a version with only one verse and the refrain twice when ordering the title on CD or via email. PLease click on the link below to go to the parallel product.
Structure of the song:
Intro 4 bars
1 Verse 32 bars, rubato
Refrain 40 bars
2. Verse 32 bars
Refrain 40 bars with a delay starting at bar 37
The "normal" structure of this piano accompaniment includes two verses with refrain.
In the movie, Zarah Leander sings only one verse, where the refrain is added on twice. If you wish to have that structure please click on the link below to go to the parallel product.
Lenght at tempo 186 ca. 3 min, 15 sec.
Listen to a demo of Davon geht die Welt nicht unter in B-flat major (Bb-Dur)
Zu weiteren Tonarten, Ihrem Wunschtempo und Fassungen mit nur einer Strophe auf CD/per Mailversand
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