Nur Ihrem Frieden ................................................................................Wolfgang Mozart
                                                                    ~ Dalla Sua Pace, from "Don Giovanni" 1787
         "Your joy is my joy, your pain is my pain..."

Dies Bildnis Ist Berzubernd Schön…....................Wolfgang Mozart  ("Die Zauberflöte") 1791
"The image in this locket is enchantingly lovely. Do I feel love? Yes!...."

Dein Ist Mein Ganzes Herz .........................................................................Franz Lehar
                                                                              ~ from "Das Land des Lächelns" 1923
"My heart belongs to you alone; where you are not, I cannot be..."

Stets Soll Nur Dir.....................................................................................Richard Wagner
                                                                                                ~ from "Tannhauser" 1845
       " O Goddess Venus, yes, I adore you, but no longer
            can I be your love slave; I long for Freedom..."

Blau Blüht Der Enzian
...............................................trad & Wolfgang Neukirchner 1972
                                                                                           arr. for Heino (Heinz Kramm)
  "I fell in love with the Swiss girl midst the blue Alpine flowers...
         Her red lips, I will never forget..."

Westerwaldlied...........................................................Münker, Böhmer, Scharthauer 1932
                        ~ melody, text fragments of old songs, arr. Josef Neuhäuser for Heino 1935
"Beautiful western forest, with cold wind blowing over your mountains,
the slightest sunshine warms the heart."

Wir Lieben Die Stürme aka Piratenlied.............unknown, possibly Wilhelm Volk 1933
"We love the storms, the ice cold wind. We are pirates, and sail the seas.
We fear no one. At the bottom of the sea, we will find our peace."

      
Die Schwarze Barbara................................................................Wolfgang Kummer 1940
                                                                                         ~ arr. Erich Becht for Heino 1975
"The most beautiful in the world: my black haired Barbara, blue eyes, red lips.
We met in her father's tavern at the edge of the woods."

Sierra Madre ...............................Wolfgang Roloff, Hans Hee 1970, arr. for Heino 2000
"At dawn, where the white Condor flies so lonely,
the people of the Andes sing their old song, like a greeting to the sun."

Wir Tanzen Polka................................................ adapted by Jack White for Heino 2006
~ from White's "Ich lieb dich über alles auf der Welt" for Hansi Hinterseer 2002
"I too was once young. It's been a long time, but then and at any time,
there was that brass band, and today we are celebrating together here."
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Der Fröhliche Wanderer/Ein Prosit........................................Friedrich-Wilhelm Möller,
                                          Edith Möller, Florenz Sigismund, Antonia Florence Ridge 1953
Part 1: "My father was a wanderer: it's in my blood, hiking and singing...
 Part 2: A toast, to friends and good times..."

O Rose Von Stamboul ........................................................................................Leo Fall
                                                                                     ~ from "Rose Von Stamboul" 1916
"Only you! You are my Scheherezade. You give me life with love."


Habanera........................................................................................................Georges Bizet
                                                                                                           ~ from "Carmen"  1875
"Love is like a wild bird; it cannot be tamed."

Votre Toast....................................................................................................Georges Bizet
                                                                                                           ~ from "Carmen"  1875
"A toast to you I offer; toreadors and soldiers have much in common.
  Be careful, toreador, dark eyes watch you, and tonight, love awaits."

Mélodie d'Amour..................................................folk melody, lyrics Henri Salvador 1949
"Melody of love, melody of youth. Love is sweet, but a snake lies hidden under the leaves."

Chanson Du Septembre (September Song).............. Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson, 1938
                                                            French lyrics by Mario La Basses (K.Lichtmann) 2020
"It's along time from Spring to Winter,
but the days grow short, when the leaves start to turn color."