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Orchestra – Alfred Hause Og Hans Orkester. Piano – Fritz Schulz-Reichel. Rights Society: BIEM.
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Fritz Schulz (16 June 1879 – 12 November 1957) was a German jurist and legal historian. He was one of the 20th centuries' most important scholars in the field of Roman Law. The Nazis forced him to leave Germany and to emigrate to England due to his political stance and his Jewish origins. Schulz was born in Bunzlau, Lower Silesia, German Empire (now Boleslawiec, Poland). Schulz' father was a Protestant. His mother came from a Jewish family
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Fritz Schulz-Reichel (July 4, 1912 – February 4, 1990) was a German jazz and pop pianist. Schulz-Reichel's father was a classical musician, and he began playing piano at the age of six. He developed an unusual technique where he played the melody of a tune with the left hand and the rhythm with the right hand. While he trained to be a concert pianist, he chose a career in pop music, playing light jazz and pop tunes.
Fritz Schulz-Reichel. Fritz Schulz-Reichel (July 4, 1912 – February 4, 1990) was a German jazz and pop pianist. In 1955, American musician Johnny Maddox played a medley of his songs, entitled "The Crazy Otto Medley"; this went to on the . charts, and in the . both Reichel and Maddox were subsequently known as "Crazy Otto", to some confusion. Crazy Otto" is referenced in the song "Ramble on Rose" written by Robert Hunter and performed by the Grateful Dead. Fritz Schulz (actor).
|Potpourri, 1. Del|
|A1a||Hör Mein Lied, Violetta|
|A1b||Ich Tanze Mit Dir In Den Himmel Hinein|
|A2a||Es Führt Kein Anderer Weg|
|A2b||Hörst Du Mein Heimliches Rufen|
|A2c||Einmal von Herzen Verliebt Sein|
|Potpourri, 2. Del|
|B1a||Und Wieder Geht Ein Schöner Tag Zu Ende|
|B1b||Frag' Nicht, Warum Ich Gehe|
|B2b||Vergiss Mein Nicht|
|B2c||Sag' Beim Abschied Leise Servus|
- Orchestra – Alfred Hause Og Hans Orkester*
- Piano – Fritz Schulz-Reichel
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- Rights Society: BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (A side on labels): 52354
- Matrix / Runout (B side on labels): 52355