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* [[artist:a9ff697e-eda9-4539-b97e-ce87e5ace80b|Süddeutsche Philharmonie (South German Philharmonic)]]. This "was a short-lived pick-up ensemble assembled by Scholz from members of the Czech Philharmonic in Prague and the Bamberg Symphony around 1968".<ref name="berky">[http://www.abruckner.com/Data/articles/articlesenglish/berkyjohnpseudonym/pseudonyms.pdf Pseudonyms: Alfred Scholz and the South German Philharmonic], John F. Berky, March 12, 2003 (revised January, 2009)</ref>
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* [[artist:a9ff697e-eda9-4539-b97e-ce87e5ace80b|Süddeutsche Philharmonie (South German Philharmonic)]]. "The South German Philharmonic Orchestra was the invention of Alfred Scholz. It was 'created' before 1968 and it consisted mainly of members of the German Philharmonic in Prague who were expelled from Czechoslovakia after World War II and later became the core of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra."<ref name="berky">[http://www.abruckner.com/Data/articles/articlesenglish/berkyjohnpseudonym/pseudonyms.pdf Pseudonyms: Alfred Scholz and the South German Philharmonic], John F. Berky, March 12, 2003 (revised January, 2009)</ref>
 
* [[artist:77fe42c6-d3db-403e-828d-dff6de80d4e5|Norddeutsche Philharmonie]]. You can probably see the pattern here.
 
* [[artist:77fe42c6-d3db-403e-828d-dff6de80d4e5|Norddeutsche Philharmonie]]. You can probably see the pattern here.
 
* [[artist:9a99bc67-1c17-4197-9a57-80ae70681939|Philharmonia Slavonica]].  According to one unsourced Wikipedia article<ref>[[wikipedia:Capriccio_Espagnol#Use_in_film|Wikipedia article on the Capriccio Espagnole]]</ref>, “the performances attributed to them are often by the [[artist:26f87ee2-8d3c-4cd0-8c95-ccae3c980aa1|Austrian Radio (ORF) Orchestra]]."
 
* [[artist:9a99bc67-1c17-4197-9a57-80ae70681939|Philharmonia Slavonica]].  According to one unsourced Wikipedia article<ref>[[wikipedia:Capriccio_Espagnol#Use_in_film|Wikipedia article on the Capriccio Espagnole]]</ref>, “the performances attributed to them are often by the [[artist:26f87ee2-8d3c-4cd0-8c95-ccae3c980aa1|Austrian Radio (ORF) Orchestra]]."

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Lists of Musicbrainz entities used in the recordings of Alfred Scholz

See Budget recordings of Alfred Scholz.

Labels

Some imprints are used almost exclusively for Scholz recordings. Conversely, if your release is on a bona fide label such as DG, Decca, EMI, Phillips and so on, you will never find Scholz recordings. However there are some reissue labels - Brilliant Classics is an example - where recordings with correct and fake attributions may be present on the same release, which can be confusing.

  • Point
  • PILZ, including the Vienna Master Series
  • LaserLight Digital
  • Excelsior
  • Orbis
  • De Agostini
  • Selected Sound Carrier
  • Delta
  • Onyx
  • Madacy
  • Intersound
  • Best Direct
  • Intervox

Real artists, names used (possibly) fraudulently

A few of these may in fact be the actual artists behind the music. In many cases the names are simply appropriated.

“Fake” artists

Some of these are possibly real. More research is needed.

Conductors

Ensembles

Soloists

References