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Norbert Schultze

Norbert Schultze

Norbert Schultze


Norbert Arnold Wilhelm Richard Schultze (January 26, 1911 – October 14, 2002) was a prolific German composer of film music. He is best remembered for having written the melody of the World War II classic (a popular song on both sides) "Lili Marleen", originally a poem from the 1915 book Die kleine Hafenorgel by Hans Leip. At the time of the Nazism he was also the composer of a lot of Soldier's songs and War Propaganda. Later he commented on this: "Wissen Sie, ich war damals im besten Soldatenalter. Read more on Last.fm
Norbert Arnold Wilhelm Richard Schultze (January 26, 1911 – October 14, 2002) was a prolific German composer of film music. He is best remembered for having written the melody of the World War II classic (a popular song on both sides) "Lili Marleen", originally a poem from the 1915 book Die kleine Hafenorgel by Hans Leip. At the time of the Nazism he was also the composer of a lot of Soldier's songs and War Propaganda. Later he commented on this: "Wissen Sie, ich war damals im besten Soldatenalter. So um die 30.

Für mich war die Alternative: komponieren oder krepieren. Da habe ich mich für das Erstere entschieden." Schultze was born in Braunschweig and died in Bad Tölz. Pseudonyms used by Schultze include Frank Norbert, Peter Kornfeld, and Henri Iversen. Read more on Last.fm.

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