Ordo Fratrum Minorum - The Remixes EP

by Verney 1826

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„Maximilian Kolbe was a Polish priest who died as prisoner
16670 in Auschwitz, on August 14, 1941. When a prisoner
escaped from the camp, the Nazis selected 10 others to be
killed by starvation in reprisal for the escape.

One of the 10 selected to die, Franciszek Gajowniczek,
began to cry: "My wife! My children! I will never see them
again!" At this Father Kolbe stepped forward and asked to
die in his place - his request was granted.

As the ten condemned men were led off to the death B
lock of Building 13, Father Kolbe supported a fellow
prisoner who could hardly walk. No one would emerge
alive - Father Kolbe was the last to die ...

This is his story.“ Louis Bülow (from www.fatherkolbe.com)

Auf dem Weg voran
In das frühe Grab
Weit abgewandt
Vom Glanz der Nacht
Weit abgewandt
Vom Funkeln der Welt

Adieu!
Adieu!

Lionel Verney, 2011

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released February 14, 2014

The original version of "Ordo Fratrum Minorum" appears on the Verney 1826 album "Sacrow" (Shinto Records, 2011)

Shelley Schellack, SS08D

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Verney 1826 Berlin, Germany

Influenced by classical music, the gothic tales of Mrs Shelley and the beauty of long forgotten times, the German project Verney 1826 can be dated back to the year 1991. Verney 1826 uses stylistic elements from gothic ambient, folk noir or haunting dark wave, while the lyrics go reflective ways. Music for the bleak hours of the night: Quiet, dark, fragile. ... more

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