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Pedro,The Fisherman - Richard Tauber - Memories Of Richard Tauber (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Richard graduated from Texas Christian University in May, , receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing/Finance. Immediately after graduation from TCU, he joined Norwood Chemical Company as a marketer in their chemicals division, subsequently joining Tauber Oil Company in March,
  2. Richard Tauber was born in Linz, Austria, the illegitimate son of Richard Anton Tauber and Elisabeth Seiffert. His father was an actor and theatre director, his mother a widowed actress. The boy was raised by his mother until he was seven and named Ernst Seiffertand later by his father, who officially gave Richard .
  3. Early life. Richard Tauber was born in Linz, Austria, to Elisabeth Seifferth (née Denemy), a widow and an actress who played soubrette roles at the local theatre, and Richard Anton Tauber, an actor; his parents were not married and his father was reportedly unaware of the birth as he was touring North America at the time. The child was given the name Richard Denemy (Denemy was his mother's.
  4. Pedro, the Fisherman This song is by Richard Tauber and appears on the compilation album The Golden Age of Richard Tauber (). This song is featured in the movie Lisbon Story. Pedro, the fisherman was always whistling.
  5. Richard Tauber was the most famous operetta tenor in pre-war Vienna. Then came the "Anschluss". Richard and his british born wife managed to escape to the UK. There he chose to perform only in english. The selection on this disc is well chosen but the sound is very bad, too shrill. The EMI remastering of the 78 RPM records wasn't very good/5(52).
  6. RICHARD TAUBER Vol.3 ‘Love’s Serenade’ Original Recordings. Decked in monocle and top-hat, in his own lifetime Tauber ‘the voice of tenor romance incarnate’ was both an operetta matinee idol and a best-selling balladeer through scores of mid-price magenta-label Parlophones (which, being so frequent, were know jocularly at EMI as ‘Tauberphones’).
  7. Tauber’s last screen appearance was in The Lisbon Story (), a film version of a London stage show that included the popular song, ‘Pedro The Fisherman’. Tauber recorded this song although he .

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