It sounded particularly good when several of
us played together.
The “Mundorgel” has accompanied me throughout my whole life.
It started in my musical parental house. There was a lot of singing. For example when as a child I had to help my mother by drying the dishes. My father was a member and leader of the church choir, which I was allowed to join at the age of 15. My older brothers and sisters all sang and some also played instruments. At that time it was the guitar and recorder.
I inherited the recorder from my big brother and learnt to play it in the primary school. It sounded particularly good when several of us played together. On school trips the songs sung would be taken from the “Mundorgel”.
When I later became the leader of a group, the “Mundorgel” was still always there. Even now at this advanced age the “Mundorgel” serves as a basis for the folk songs, which I sing with the senior day-care choir.
In the meantime the “Mundorgel” has been reprinted. Even now at 71 years old I am and will remain a true follower of this little song book.