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Songs about Rosenberger:
The Rosenberger Variations: Vienese Waltz by The Wallinger String Quartet from the Album Hayden Wayne-The Rosenberger Variations/The Romantic
The Mermaid's Lagoon (arr. D. Fraser and C. Rosenberger) by Allan Vogel from the Album Peter Pan - The Classic Story In Music
Distant Melody (arr. D. Fraser and C. Rosenberger) by Carol Rosenberger from the Album Peter Pan - The Classic Story In Music
Adagio Cantabile (9 keyed boxwood Bb clarinet/ Fortepiano by Michael Rosenberger) by Richard Burnett Alan Hacker from the Album Clarinet Collection (on historic instruments)
Bagatelle in C (Grand piano by Michael Rosenberger) by Richard Burnett from the Album Keyboard Collection: historic instruments
Bleib locka (feat. Nils Wogram, York, Johannes Rosenberger) [Explicit] by Deutschland-Phunk from the Album Deutschland-Phunk! (feat. Sascha Piero, Dirk Erchinger, Jan-Heie Erchinger) [Explicit]
An die Hoffnung (To Hope), Op. 32 (Fortepiano by Rosenberger,Vienna c.1800) by Ian Partridge Richard Burnett from the Album A Golden Treasury of Historic Pianos
Books about Rosenberger:
The Rosenberger family of Montgomery County: historical and genealogical sketches by Mathews Edward (Oct 15, 2010)
Death Merchant: The iron swastika plot (Joseph Rosenberger's Death merchant series) by Joseph Rosenberger (1976)
Rosenberger and Swartley Family History by Abraham James Fretz (Mar 6, 2012)
Rosenberger: Webster's Timeline History, 1681 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
The Rosenberger story. (Rosenberger Cold Storage and Transport): An article from: Frozen Food Digest (Jul 28, 2005)
Rosenberger - service down cold. (Rosenberger Cold Storage Companies): An article from: Frozen Food Digest (Jul 28, 2005)
ROSENBERGER v. RECTOR & VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 515 U.S. 819 (1995): An entry from Macmillan Reference... by MAIMON SCHWARZSCHILD (2000)
Wiki information Rosenberger:
Carol Rosenberger is a classical pianist. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Rosenberger studied in the U.S. with Webster Aitken and Katja Andy; in Paris with Nadia Boulanger; and in Vienna with harpsichordist/ Baroque scholar Eta Harich-Schneider and...
Adolf Rosenberger was a successful businessman who mainly raced Mercedes and Benz cars in the 1920s. His successes and records included wins at Avus, Stuttgart Solitude in 1924 and 1925, the Kasseler Herkules Hillclimb and the Klausenpassrennen. At...