GuitarPlayerBox. Up to three-chord songs - Easy guitar songs for guitar beginners and newcomers. [C E G Em Bb Bbm Am Eb F] Chords for Große Uhren machen tick tack - Kinderlieder zum Mitsingen | Sing Kinderlieder with capo tuner, play along with guitar. G C G C G Alle meine Entchen schwimmen auf dem See,schwimmen auf dem See, C G D G Köpfchen in das Wasser, Schwänzchen in die.
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Gitarre: Auswahl einiger Lieder mit Akkorden
Melody[ edit ] The most widely used tune today is as follows;  slight variations in the dotted quarter notes are not uncommon: A slightly different tune used to be more common in Germany and still prevails kinderlieder chords Western Austria and the German speaking part of Switzerland: Note that the ambitus is only a fourth in the kinderlieder chords but a Minor seventh in the former Variation.
Rules of the game: Lyrics[ edit ] The first stanza is sung in correct German: Da kam die Polizei, ei was ist denn das? Drei Chinesen mit dem Kontrabass.
Three Chinese with a double bass Sat on the street and chatted. Along came the police: Da kam da Kinderlieder chords, a, was ast dann das? Dra Chanasan mat dam Kantrabass.
Sometimes the game is extended to diphthongs ai, au and so on. History[ edit ] As is kinderlieder chords case with many children's songs, the origins of the Three Chinese are difficult to determine. Germany's performance rights organization GEMA classifies it as kinderlieder chords "copyright-free folksong".
However, the song is relatively young; even its direct forerunners cannot be traced back much farther than World War I.
For a song of such widespread popularity, written evidence is surprisingly scarce. The protagonists of the standard version today are three Chinese; this element first appears in a version recorded in in Tartua city in Estonia which until the end of WWII was home to kinderlieder chords sizeable minority of Baltic Germans.
The expected word used in German to refer to a native kinderlieder chords Japan would be Japaner, but for rhythmic reasons the somewhat outdated Japanesen was usually preferred. Not only the nationality of chatting Asians varies in the early records, but also their number.
Thus, a version from Upper Silesia has ten,  as well as another from Westphaliahas twenty "Japanesemen".
Whether these are in fact the kinderlieder chords lyrics or whether they are later well-meant corrections has not yet been determined. Furthermore, the precise type of musical instrument was not settled until around The threefold repetition of the monosyllabic Bass was gradually replaced by Kontrabass, which in fact fits much better into the metric structure of the text.
Thus, the song book Der Kilometerstein in the Potsdam edition furnished by Gustav Scholten still has the Bass, while the Mainz edition by Ludwig Voggenreiter already reads Kontrabass.
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kinderlieder chords In fact, there are hardly two identical versions in the early records. While this holds true for most folksongs, the fact that the Three Chinesemen are not only a song but also a game may account for the irregularities.
Almost every single word has been kinderlieder chords over time.
Thus, there are variants that have the Asians sitting, standing, or walking on the street, while they were chatting or singing, and at times kinderlieder chords even did all this not on a street at all, but rather in the woods. Not until the s did the kinderlieder chords books uniformly settle upon the version cited in the introduction.