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The sheet music for Peterchens Mondfahrt written by Klaus Doldinger, is available below.

The music below is taken from the animated film directed by Wolfgang Urch, which was released in 1990. The story is based on the children's story of Peterchens Mondfahrt which was written by Gerdt Bassewitz. The story revolves around Peter and Anneliese who fly to the moon with a ladybird (Mr. Sumsemann) to retrieve hist lost sixth leg. The story was first performed 1912. Over the years there have been numerous countless films, plays, and theatre performances based on the original story.

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