Stolz received his early music education from his musician parents, Jacob, a conductor and music instructor, and Ida, a concert pianist. He analyzed formally in the Vienna Conservatory along with Humperdinck in Berlin. He worked well like a conductor in Marburg, Salzburg with the German Theater in Brno. Stolz’s are a composer started due to a gathering with Strauss. He continuing to carry out, but composed many operettas and tunes during this time period. The track “Servus, du!” brought him his 1st achievement in 1911. He received worldwide acknowledgement when Jean Gabin performed his track “Hallo, du süsse Klingelfee” in the Gambling establishment de Paris in 1919. Stolz worked well in German caberet and made up for early Berlin movies. He also received Oscars for his American film rating work.