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  • As we got drunk we started singing along, however it was with "schlager" vocals (German ballads!) … we were trying to do Rock 'n' Roll!

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  • TroofSeeker said: "Wait - a 'schlager' is a fencing blade?!

    Boing Boing

  • I lay there, staunching the blood that was running down my cheek; it wasn't a bad wound - no worse than the schlager cut beside it, which de Gautet had given me years ago.

    Fiancée

  • For example, when Kudrat Ali was giving us sword exercise I found myself once falling into the "rest" position of a German schlager-fencer (not that anyone in India was likely to recognise that), and again, day-dreaming about fagging days at Rugby while cleaning my boots one evening, I found myself humming "Widdicombe Fair" - 'fortunately under my breath.

    Fiancée

  • Olavi Virta sang tango and schlager, or "iskelmä", music.

    The Finnish Frank Sinatra: Olavi Virta

  • It's a strange german tradition: for every football-world-championship the german team has to produce an album with some schlager-singer.

    Die fußball nationalmannschaft.

  • A live-in-the-studio recording, this gives friendly nods and nudges to a couple of traditions: European chanson and schlager, North American balladry, the Latin American protest singers of the era, but all of that mixed together with a very individual twist.

    Rato's Riches

  • Managed to con some folks into some case of schlager fights .... muwahaha.

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  • I've also come to the conclusion I'm a far better schlager fighter than epee.

    roland Diary Entry

  • No progress on the gorget, but my leg armour is repaired and I reblued my schlager hilt and it looks much nicer now ....

    roland Diary Entry

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  • Hm. Sounds as if it should be on the drinks menu at the Verbal Arms, when it's place is actually on the jukebox.

    May 1, 2009

  • hit song (according to the German)

    May 1, 2009