Ferencz Lehár  (1870-1948)
Last updated: 01.11.21
According to The Oxford Companion to Music, Ferencz [Germanised as Franz, but surname not Léhar] was a Hungarian composer, violinist and military bandmaster. He wrote violin concertos and many Viennese operettas.
     Title Performer Comments
       
audio15.gif For I Love You, So Florence Hinkle
Frank Miller
Edison Gold Moulded Record: 9748 at USCB
     Title Instruments Remarks
       
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pdf15.gif Melody of Love, The Piano, Voice wvicon.gif
Recorder Sheet Music
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Arr./Editor: Dexter
Publisher: Glocken Verlag (GL00100)
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Recorder parts.
Arr./Editor: Dexter
Publisher: Glocken Verlag (GL00102)
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Arr./Editor: Dexter
Publisher: Glocken Verlag (GL00101)
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Publisher: Schott & Co. Ltd. (49043030)
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 2 works by Ferencz Lehár (1870-1948). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
For I Love You, So 1907 Arthur Wilbur (words)
Florence Hinkle (perf.)
Frank Miller (perf.)
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Melody of Love, The 1911 Harry B. Smith (words)
Robert B. Smith (words)
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