Here are 12 famous musicians from Germany were born in 1925:
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (May 28, 1925 Berlin-May 18, 2012 Berg) also known as Fischer-Dieskau, Dietrich or Albert Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau was a German singer, actor and soldier.
His albums: Schubert: Winterreise, Op.89 (D911), Ludwig van Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte, 7 Lieder; Johannes Brahms: Vier ernste Gesaenge, 6 Lieder (feat. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau , piano: Joerg Demus), Lieder, Bach: Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen, BWV 56 / Ich habe genug, BWV 82 / Brahms: Vier ernste Gesänge, Op. 121, Winterreise (feat. baritone: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, piano: Alfred Brendel), Concert of the Century, Schwanengesang (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau), , Die Schöne Müllerin (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau) and Legend: Schwanengesang / 6 Lieder (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau).
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Bertold Hummel (November 25, 1925 Hüfingen-August 9, 2002 Würzburg) was a German , .
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Gerard Hoffnung (March 22, 1925 Berlin-September 28, 1959 Hampstead) was a German musician, writer, cartoonist and screenwriter. He had one child, Ben Hoffnung.
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Peter Thomas (December 1, 1925 Wrocław-) is a German film score composer, composer, actor, conductor and music arranger.
His discography includes: Warp Back to Earth 66/99, 100% Cotton CD 1 - The Complete Jerry Cotton Edition, Moonflowers & Mini-Skirts, Futuremuzik, Raumpatrouille: The Complete Music and Peter Scores.
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Hans Rosenthal (April 2, 1925 Berlin-February 10, 1987 Berlin) otherwise known as Rosenthal, Hans was a German , .
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Giselher Klebe (June 18, 1925 Mannheim-October 5, 2009 Detmold) was a German composer.
His related genres: Sacred music, Opera, Chamber music and Ballet.
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Claude Frank (December 24, 1925 Nuremberg-December 27, 2014) was a German pianist.
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Hildegard Knef (December 28, 1925 Ulm-February 1, 2002 Berlin) also known as Hildergarde Neff, Hildegard Neff, Hildegarde Neff or Hildegard Frieda Albertine Knef was a German writer, actor, singer, author and voice actor. Her child is called Tinta Knef.
Discography: Knef, The Reform Sessions, 17 Millimeter, Für mich soll's rote Rosen regnen, Ihre großen Erfolge, Für mich soll's rote Rosen regnen, Aber schön war es doch, A Woman and a Half, Concert: Ihre größten Erfolge and Ihre größten Erfolge: Live in Concert.
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Shlomo Carlebach (January 14, 1925 Berlin-October 20, 1994 Canada) also known as Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach was a German singer, rabbi and writer. He had one child, Neshama Carlebach.
His albums include At the Village Gate, Kabbalat Shabbat, Shabbos in Shomayim, Shabbos With Shlomo, U'vne Yerushalaim, Greatest Hits, Volume 3: Shabbos Songs, Live in Concert, Greatest Hits, Volume 2: Simchah Songs, Greatest Hits, Volume 1: Soul Songs and Holy Brothers and Sisters.
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Hanns-Dieter Hüsch (May 6, 1925 Moers-December 6, 2005) also known as Hanns-Dieter Husch, Hanns Dieter Hüsch, Hüsch, Hanns Dieter or Hanns Dieter Husch was a German writer.
Related albums: Carmina Urana, and .
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Fred Bertelmann (October 7, 1925 Duisburg-January 22, 2014 Berg) otherwise known as Bertelmann, Fred, Fred Bertelsmann or Bertelsmann, Fred was a German singer and actor.
His albums: Lieder meines Lebens, Der lachende Vagabund, Heimat deine Sterne, Schlager & Stars and Die grossen Erfolge.
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Hanne Wieder (May 8, 1925 Hann. Münden-May 11, 1990 Feldafing) also known as Hanne Wieder was a German actor.
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