Dutch vocal group Frommermann performs the music of the Comedian Harmonists, the legendary Berlin vocal sextet founded in 1927 by singer-arranger Harry Frommermann, after whom the young septet is named. The success of the Comedian Harmonists was as sensational as it was short-lived. Their vocal style, a unique mix of virtuosity, wit, charm and melancholy, was unheard of at the time and is still unsurpassed. However, in 1935 the Nazi régime issued a prohibition against three members of the group who were Jewish, thus effectively terminating the Comedian Harmonists. In a musical tribute to its six unforgettable musicians, Frommermann offers a generous sampling of the group's most popular repertoire.