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Performer – Orchester Kurt Edelhagen. Made in West Germany. Orchester Kurt Edelhagen. Die Grossen Deutschen Tanzorchester (LP, Album).
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Kurt Edelhagen (5 June 1920 – 8 February 1982) was a major European big band leader throughout the 1950s. Edelhagen was born in Herne, Germany. After studying clarinet and piano in Essen, he set up his multicultural big band, which over the years would include many jazz musicians who were well known in Europe, including Francy Boland (who would later set up his own), Ron Simmonds, Charly Antolini, Jiggs Whigham, Claus Ogerman, Jimmy Deuchar, Duško Gojković, Rick Kiefer, Ronnie Stephenson, Gerd Dudek, Wilton Gaynair, Derek Humble, Shake Keane. Closely associated with the radio.
Kurt is a male name of Germanic origin. It is sometimes confused with Curt, which is more aptly related to the Anglo-Norman name Curtis. Kurt, Cord, Curd, and Kort originated as short forms of the Germanic Konrad or Conrad, depending on geographical usage. Accepted meanings include counselor, advisor, "bold" counselor. Curd Jürgens (1915–1982), German-Austrian actor. Curt Hennig (1958-2003), American professional wrestler.
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