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Die Nacht

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  1. Kagatilar
    It's "die Nacht" in the standard nominative case, but Rammstein's line is using it in the dative case, which is "der" for feminine nouns. Remember that there are 4 cases for nouns, and that the article and adjective declinations change depending on what case you are using.
  2. Goltik
    Die Nacht 6h 7min A six hour long monologue performed by Edith Clever, who reads texts by Syberberg, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Heinrich von Kleist, Plato, /10(31).
  3. Faubar
    "Ich hab die Nacht geträumet" (I dreamed last night) is a German folk song. It is a melancholic song that tells of a disturbing dream foreshadowing death – a rosemary tree in the garden, falling leaves, and a jar broken to pieces and bleeding a red liquid. In Northern Germany, rosemary was planted in graveyards, and mourners at funerals would sometimes wear rosemary stalks.
  4. Kajicage
    Schubert: Die Nacht Anja Lechner/Pablo M rquez (Artist) Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 12 ratings. Amazon's Choice recommends highly rated and well-priced products. Amazon's Choice for "anja lechner " See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats /5(12).
  5. Kigaran
    Wildgänse rauschen durch die Nacht (Wild geese rush through the night) is a war poem by Walter idesscenbipeasersuririwhosuma.xyzinfo was published in in his poem book Im Felde zwischen Nacht und Tag (In the (battle) field between day and night).The poem was also part of his novel Der Wanderer zwischen beiden Welten (The wanderer between both worlds).. The lyrics got popular through an adaption in a song created.
  6. Malagis
    "Die Nacht Du bist nicht allein " (English: "The Night You Are Not Alone") is the first single from the Schiller album Tag und Nacht with vocals by German singer Thomas D. and his wife Tina Düidesscenbipeasersuririwhosuma.xyzinfoiter(s): Christopher von Deylen, Thomas D.
  7. Samulmaran
    Title: Die Nacht, Op. 17, No. 4 Composer: Franz Schubert Lyricist: Friedrich Adolf Krummacher. Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: TTBB Genre: Secular, Lied. Language: German Instruments: A cappella. First published: 2nd published: in Regensburger Liederkranz, no.
  8. Dainris
    Die Nacht. Was werde ich denken, was werde ich tun? Stehende Leere, klagendes Ruhen. In den Gedanken ich nicht mehr selbst. In dem Gewissen wie Du mich quälst. Hass, Trauer, tausend Aggressionen, Feindschaft begonnen ohne zu lohnen. Brechende Schmerzen im Anblick des Todes.

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