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I don't think that there is any song or poem to remember the case endings. However, I cannot be sure since to prove the absence of something is often much harder than to prove its existence. ;-) In the end the only mnemonic aid is a table similar to the one that E.V. posted in her/his answer. But: It isn't as hard as it looks at first glance. There are ...
Here is a link to a project (Book2) where you can hear or download 100 exercises (common situations for novices i think) even in Persian-German: http://www.goethe-verlag.com/book2/FA/FADE/FADE002.HTM The online exercises are limited (demo only), but you can download the complete mp3 files for free there (native speaker - man and woman): ...
There is a news site in "leichter Sprache" called nachrichtenleicht.de (simple language) which might be good for a novice, since they use a limited vocabulary. They also provide audio that is spoken very slowly. The public radio Deutschlandradio provides its broadcasts as transcripts and as audio, but they will be challenging for a beginner.
It is for children, but I think that fairy tales are a good audio to improve your listening. Nearly everyone in Germany knows the fairy tales of Gebrüder Grimm. And I think they are easy to understand. Even if you do not understand every word it is easy to catch the message. Examples: Hänsel und Gretel, Hans im Glück, Rapunzel, ... Here is a link: ...
This is the way I did it. I used this summery and with time I practised, practised and practised. Making mistaked all the time and being corrected. I have no "easier" way to suggest
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