Peter Kreuder  (1905-1981)
Last updated: 04.09.21
According to the Internet source given below, Peter Paul Kreuder was a German-Austrian pianist, composer and conductor born in Aachen.
He studied at the Cologne Conservatory and at music academies in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. He was employed as Kapellmeister at the Deutsches Theater München, and conducted theatre ensembles, first in Munich and then in Berlin, where he worked with Max Reinhardt. In 1930 he met with Friedrich Hollaender, whom he assisted arranging the musical score of Josef von Sternberg's film The Blue Angel starring Marlene Dietrich. Amongst his lighthearted compositions was Ich wollt, ich wär ein Huhn.
He died in Salzburg.

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