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Roider Jackl

Roider Jackl

German folk-musician and forester
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro German folk-musician and forester
Countries Germany
Occupations Author Singer
A.K.A. Jakob Roider
Gender male
Birth June 17, 1906 (Weihmichl)
Death May 8, 1975 (Freising)
The details
Biography

Roider Jackl (17 June 1906 in Weihmichl – 8 May 1975 in Freising; real name: Jakob Roider) was a German performer, singer, and folk singer, who performed in Bavarian language.

He became famous in the 1950s especially because of the writing and performing of Gstanzls (short Bavarian mocking songs). A Gstanzl normally consists of four lines, sometimes eight, and is sung in dialect. He performed for example in the Bayerischer Rundfunk and in the Nockherberg. He was a master of the political Gstanzl. Karl Valentin was among his admirers.

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http://volkssaengerei.de/menschen/roider.htm
http://www.bmlo.uni-muenchen.de/r0734
http://www.roider-jackl.de
https://portal.dnb.de/opac.htm?method=simpleSearch&cqlMode=true&query=idn%3D11659974X
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