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Welcome to the third part of our music series! And we'll mention it again: Songs are a wonderful way to practice a language and get in touch with a country's (pop) culture. This is why at Transmitter musics plays an important role in our German classes. Our teachers are always in search new hits and classics to make their classes more entertaining and to give our students insights on German pop culture.
Here is the final part of our series, bringing you songs with interesting videos and the lyrics so you can work on your vocabulary while you listen to them. This time the songs are especially suitable if you are currently studying a the advanced level C1. For songs lyrics more suitable for the A2 level, please visit this link, for B1 songs click here.
Marteria - Marteria - Kids (2 Finger an den Kopf) (>> Lyrics)
Do you also have one of those friends who after school got stuck in student mode and wonders why no one really wants to hang out anymore? This song is about him/her.
Shaban & Käptn Peng - Sie mögen sich (>> Lyrics)
A rap song about a very unusual love story. It starts with both partners turning into foxes, and that's only the beginning :)
Blumfeld - Tausend Tränen Tief (>> Lyrics)
When the legends of intellectual German rock music decided to produce an album that contains mainly love songs, many of their fans were irritated. But take a closer look and you'll see that this is way more than just kitsch. The video to "Tausend Tränen Tief" feature German actor and icon Helmut Berger.
Isolation Berlin - Serotonin (>> Lyrics)
A rock song as an ode to destruction. And isolation. And Berlin. And Vianna. You need to hear it to get what I'm talking about.
Reinhard Mey - Über den Wolken (>> Lyrics)
German Schlager music might not be everyone's cup of tea, but even haters of the genre hum along when this song from 1974 is on the radio.
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