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Franz Marszalek

Franz Marszalek was a German conductor and composer, noted primarily for his shows of operettas and light music. Pursuing his early research in Breslau, he was popular as a movie theater and theatre conductor and arranger. He was the conductor from the Cologne Radio Orchestra from 1949 to 1965, and he also produced recordings using the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra. His discography provided total recordings of Johann Strauss II’s The Gypsy Baron and Carnival in Rome, as well as the Property of Smiles and Paganini by Franz Léhar.

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