Top Zarah Leander Albums
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Träume der Vergangenheit
Träume der Vergangenheit
[2019]
Schlagernostalgie
Schlagernostalgie
[2019]
Meine Lieblingsschlager
Meine Lieblingsschlager
[2019]
All of Me
All of Me
[2018]
Davon geht die Welt nicht unter
Davon geht die Welt nicht unter
[2016]
Schlummerlied
Schlummerlied
[2015]
Blaue Husaren
Blaue Husaren
[2014]
Hit Wonder: Zarah Leander, Vol. 2
Hit Wonder: Zarah Leander, Vol. 2
[2014]
Zarah Leander - Das Hit-Medley (feat. Herrliche Zeiten) - EP
Zarah Leander - Das Hit-Medley (feat. Herrliche Zeiten) - EP
[2013]
Icons of German Cinema: Zarah Leander in Stockholm, Vol. 2 (Recorded 1930-1952)
Icons of German Cinema: Zarah Leander in Stockholm, Vol. 2 (Recorded 1930-1952)
[2013]
Sag' mir nicht Adieu
Sag' mir nicht Adieu
[2013]
Wunderbar
Wunderbar
[2013]
Det Basta...
Det Basta...
[2011]
German Classics
German Classics
[2010]
The German Song / Return to Sweden, Volume 3 / Recordings 1946 - 1958
The German Song / Return to Sweden, Volume 3 / Recordings 1946 - 1958
[2009]
Zarah Leander 2
Zarah Leander 2
[2009]
Zarah Leander
Zarah Leander
[2009]
The German Song / a Star In Nazi Germany / the Songs of UFA, Volume 2, Recordings 1939-1943
The German Song / a Star In Nazi Germany / the Songs of UFA, Volume 2, Recordings 1939-1943
[2008]
Zarah Leander Und Ihre Lieder
Zarah Leander Und Ihre Lieder
[2001]
Zarah Leander: Die ersten Jahre
Zarah Leander: Die ersten Jahre
[1999]
Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erzählt
Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erzählt
[1999]
Kann denn Liebe Sünde sein
Kann denn Liebe Sünde sein
[1997]
Vem kan segla förutan vind
Vem kan segla förutan vind
[1984]
TætPå/Vill ni se en stjärna? Vol. 1
TætPå/Vill ni se en stjärna? Vol. 1
[1959]
Related Information for Zarah Leander
Zarah Leander (March 15, 1907 – June 23, 1981) was a Swedish actress and singer. She was born as Zarah Stina Hedberg in Karlstad, and died in Stockholm.Although Zarah Leander studied piano and violin already as a small child, and sang on stage for the first time at the age of six, she made a serious attempt at an ordinary life. As a teenager she lived two years in Riga (1922–1924), learned the then most important international language, German, took up work as a secretary, married Nils Leander (1926), and had two children (1927 & 1929). However, in 1929 she was engaged, as an amateur, in a touring cabaret by the leading entertainer and producer Ernst Rolf and for the first time sang "Vill ni se en stjärna," (... read more