Austrian musicians born in 1939

Here are 6 famous musicians from Austria were born in 1939:

Walter Weller

Walter Weller (November 30, 1939 Vienna-) a.k.a. Weller, Walter is an Austrian conductor.

His albums include Smetana: Má Vlast / The Bartered Bride / Hakon Jarl / Dvořák: Czech Suite / Prague Waltzes, The Symphonies, Symphony no. 1 / Symphony no. 5 “Reformation” / Overture “The Hebrides”, Brahms: Hungarian Dances / Dvořák: Slavonic dances, Mein Vaterland, The Complete Symphonies, Volume 2, The Complete Symphonies, Volume 1, Symphonies 1-10, Symphony nr. 2 "Asrael" / Legend of the Dead Victors and Symphony no. 1 in D minor, op. 13.

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Peter Schneider

Peter Schneider (March 26, 1939 Vienna-) is an Austrian conductor.

His discography includes: Wagner: Arias.

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Dagmar Koller

Dagmar Koller (August 26, 1939 Klagenfurt-) is an Austrian singer and actor.

She began her career as a singer in the 1950s and later transitioned to acting in the 1960s. Koller is best known for her performances in musicals and operettas, including "The Sound of Music", "My Fair Lady", and "The Merry Widow". She has won numerous awards for her stage performances and has also appeared in films and television shows throughout her career. In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Koller has also been a prominent advocate for animal rights and environmental causes in Austria. She remains a beloved icon in Austrian culture and continues to perform and make public appearances to this day.

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Erika Pluhar

Erika Pluhar (February 28, 1939 Vienna-) also known as Pluhar, Erika is an Austrian , .

Her albums include Die Liebeslieder der Erika Pluhar, Es war einmal: Ein Lebensweg in Liedern, and .

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Franz Kalchmair

Franz Kalchmair (December 22, 1939 Thalheim bei Wels-) is an Austrian singer.

He rose to fame in the 1960s with his covers of popular international hits, including Elvis Presley's "Love Me Tender" and Neil Sedaka's "Oh! Carol." Kalchmair was also a regular performer on Austrian television throughout the 1970s and 1980s. In addition to his music career, he owned a successful trucking company and was a prominent figure in the Austrian transportation industry. Kalchmair retired from music in the early 1990s but continues to be celebrated as a pioneer of Austrian pop music.

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Helga Dernesch

Helga Dernesch (February 3, 1939 Vienna-) also known as Dernesch, Helga is an Austrian singer.

Her most recognized albums: Tristan und Isolde (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Herbert von Karajan) and .

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