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Danie Berg - South African Sing Along / Suid Afrikaanse Saamsingliedjies mp3 track

Danie Berg - South African Sing Along / Suid Afrikaanse Saamsingliedjies mp3 track

MP3 1824 mb. | FLAC 1599 mb. | WMA 1414 mb.

Performer: Danie Berg
Title: South African Sing Along / Suid Afrikaanse Saamsingliedjies
Released: 1967
Style: Folk
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.9 ✦

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Medley 3:17
A1a Januarie, Februarie, Maart
A1b Stoppie
A1c Roellandstraat
Medley 1:46
A2a Daar Kom Die Wa
A2b Vanaand Gaan Die Volkies Koring Sny
A2c Die Hand Vol Vere
Medley 2:02
A3a Ou Tante Koba
A3b Meisie Van My Drome
Written By – C. & W. Cooper
A3 My Hartjie My Liefie
Medley 3:10
A4a Ver In Die Wêreld Kittie
A4b Bokkie
A4c Daar Lê Die Ding
A4d Hiers Ek Weer
Medley 2:28
A5a O Brandewyn Laat My Staan
A5b Jan Pierewiet
A5c Die Liewe Martatjie
Medley 3:13
A6a Sarie Mar Ais
A6b Daar Kom Die Alibama
Written-By – Dan Hill
A6c Hoe Ry Die Boere
Medley 2:25
B1a Die Ou Kraalliedjie
B1b Olie Kolonie
Written By – J. Goldsmith
Medley 2:58
B2a Daar's 'N Wind Wat Waai
Written By – A. De WaalWritten-By – N. Carstens*
B2b Kaapse Draai
Written By – Boosman
B2c Boegoeberg Se Dam
Written-By – Dan Hill
Medley 2:50
B3a Die Ou Kalahari
Written By – D. Pretorius
B3b My Hart Verlang Na Die Boland
Written By – O. Andreson
Medley 2:25
B4a Vat Jou Goed En Trek Ferreira
Written-By – Dan Hill
B4b Perdeby
B4c Daar's 'N Hoender
Medley 3:00
B5a Liedjiie Van Verlange
B5b Oslo Wals
B5c Ver Oor Die Dieo Blou See
Written By – L. Combrinck
Medley 2:28
B6a Suikerbos Sie
B6b Bobbejaan Klim Die Berg
B6c Kimberley Se Trein

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Gallo
  • Printed By – Interpak


  • Arranged By – Dan Hill
  • Written By – Traditional (tracks: All Tracks exept noticed)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): W IS 405 A ABC 26910 = 1 7 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): [Crossed-out W IS 405 B] ABC 26911 = 1 7 1

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The Federasie van Afrikaanse Kultuurvereniginge ("Federation of Afrikaans Cultural Associations") is a non-profit, non-governmental Afrikaans cultural organisation. Founded in 1929, it celebrated its 85th year in 2014. On 24 August 1929 a group of Afrikaners under the umbrella of the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns met to reflect upon the protection of their cultural heritage. The new FAK-Sangbundel was distributed to many schools across South Africa and Namibia. The songbook was further introduced to music festivals at Aardklop (Potchefstroom), Woordfees (Stellenbosch), Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (Oudtshoorn) and Vryfees (Bloemfontein).