Ernst Fischer (10 April 1900, Magdeburg, Germany - 10 July 1975 Locarno, Switzerland; buried Ronco sopra Ascona, Switzerland) was a German composer of operettas, film music, orchestral suites, songs, and piano works, and is best known for his large scale light music compositions. From 1916 to 1922, Fischer was a student at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt and the Stern Conservatory in Berlin. In 1926, he became a Berlin silent film organist and author of cinema music.
Ernst Fischer (10 April 1900 – 10 July 1975) was a German keyboardist and composer of light music both for piano and for orchestra. He became well-known to radio listeners all over the world from the 1930s to 1960s. Although he wrote numerous piano pieces, "Sparkling Champagne" by Claudio Abbado & Berlin Philharmonic in Classic Arts Showcase. perhaps his most famous work is the orchestral suite, Südlich der Alpen (South of the Alps).
2. I. In einer Hafenstadt Ernst Fischer; er-Berlin; Wilhelm Schüchter. 3. II. Terrasse am Meer Ernst Fischer; er-Berlin; Wilhelm Schüchter. 4. III. Blumencorso Ernst Fischer; er-Berlin; Wilhelm Schüchter. 5. IV. Tarantella Ernst Fischer; er-Berlin; Wilhelm Schüchter. La jolie fille de Perth Suite. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source. Tracks 1-16 – 4. kHz, 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz, 24-bit.
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Südlich Der Alpen (Suite In 4 Sätzen). Composed By – E. Fischer. Conductor – Max Schönherr. Orchestra – Orchester Des Deutschen Opernhauses, Berlin. Hergestellt unter der Zulassung Nr. B-503 der der Militärregierung. Rights Society: BIEM.
Ernst Fischer may refer to: Ernst Fischer (composer) (1900–1975), German composer and keyboard player. Ernst Fischer (writer) (1899–1972), Austrian journalist, writer and politician. Ernst Otto Fischer (1918–2007), German chemist, Nobel prize winner. Ernst Gottfried Fischer (1754–1831), German chemist developer of stoichiometry theory together with Jeremias Richter. Kuno Fischer (Ernst Kuno Berthold Fischer, 1824–1907), German philosopher. Ernst Sigismund Fischer (1875–1954), Austrian mathematician. Although he wrote numerous piano pieces, perhaps his most famous work is the orchestral suite, Südlich der Alpen (South of the Alps). He was also well known as the performer on the Grand Odeon organ; he performed under the name of Marcel Palotti, between 1930 and 1937.
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