songs

Songs about Brehm:

songsDreams (feat. Laura Brehm) by Rogue from the Album Dreams EP

songsValkyrie (feat. Laura Brehm) by Varien from the Album Monstercat 018 - Frontier

songsValkyrie (feat. Laura Brehm) by Varien from the Album Valkyrie (feat. Laura Brehm)

songsWaking Dreams (feat. Laura Brehm) by Two Thirds from the Album Monstercat 007 - Solace

songsDiamond Sky (feat. Laura Brehm) by Elliot Berger from the Album Spotlight Compilation Vol. 1

songsDreams (feat. Laura Brehm) by Rogue from the Album Monstercat 011 - Revolution

songsEye of the Storm (feat. Laura Brehm) by Tut Tut Child from the Album Monstercat 014 - Discovery

books

Books about Brehm:

booksBrehm Scholar Research Monograph by Phil Smith (Oct 8, 2014)

booksBrehm's Life of Animals: A Complete Natural History for Popular Home Instruction and for the Use of Schools by Alfred Edmund 1829-1884 Brehm, Eduard Pechuloesche and Wilhelm Haacke (Aug 9, 2011)

booksBrehms Tierleben: Band 1.2 - Säugetiere (German Edition) by Alfred Edmund Brehm (Jul 13, 2014)

booksBrehm's Tierleben - Vollständige Ausgabe mit 350 Abbildungen (Band 1-28): Thierreich: Altweltsaffen + Katzenartige... by Alfred Brehm (Aug 1, 2014)

booksBrehms Tierleben: Band 2.2 - Voegel (German Edition) by Alfred Edmund Brehm (Jul 2, 2014)

booksBrehms Tierleben: Band 2.3 - Voegel (German Edition) by Alfred Edmund Brehm (Jul 2, 2014)

booksBrehms Tierleben: Band 3.2 - Fische (German Edition) by Alfred Edmund Brehm (Jul 2, 2014)

wiki

Wiki information Brehm:

Alfred Brehm
Author, Person, Deceased Person

Alfred Edmund Brehm was a German zoologist, natural history illustrator and writer, the son of Christian Ludwig Brehm. Through the book title Brehms Tierleben, which he co-authored with Eduard Pechuël-Loesche, Wilhelm Haacke, and Richard Schmidtlein,...

Christian Ludwig Brehm
Deceased Person, Person

Christian Ludwig Brehm was a German pastor and ornithologist. He was the father of Alfred Brehm. Brehm was born near Gotha, and studied at the University of Jena. In 1813 he became the minister at Renthendorf, a village sixty miles south of Leipzig,...