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Georg Trost, Engelbert Bach, Willi Schmitzer, Wilhelm Staudacher - Fränkische Mundart MP3


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1Fränkische Mundartgedichte
2Fränkische Mundartgedichte

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Verlag Walter Kögler Stuttgart

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Georg Trost, Engelbert Bach, Willi Schmitzer, Wilhelm Staudacher - Fränkische Mundart MP3
Performer: Georg Trost, Engelbert Bach, Willi Schmitzer, Wilhelm Staudacher
Genre: Non music
Title: Fränkische Mundart
Country: Germany
Released: 1969
Style: Poetry
MP3 album: 1915 mb
FLAC album: 1594 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 038
Source: Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
№ Cat: EP 17 003
Label: Verlag Walter Kögler