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Wilden, Gert

LC control no.no2006008621
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML410.W697 Biography
Personal name headingWilden, Gert
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Variant(s)Wychodil, Gert
Wycholdil, Gerhart Alfred Arnold
Associated countryGermany
Birth date1917-04-15
Death date2015-09-10
Place of birthMoravská Třebová (Czech Republic)
Place of deathTutzing (Germany)
Field of activityMusic Motion picture music
Profession or occupationComposers
Arrangers (Musicians)
Found inWilden, G. Schulmädchen [SR] 1996: label (Gert Wilden, conductor)
Wikipedia www home page, Aug. 12, 2009 (Gert Wilden; b. Gert Wychodil, 1923; German film composer best known for music for erotic films) www home page, Aug. 12, 2009 (Gert Wilden; b. Apr. 15, 1923)
His Erkennen Sie die Melodie? c2007: t.p. (Gert Wilden) p. 13 (b. Apr. 15, 1917)
German Wikipedia, November 26, 2018 (Gert Wilden; born April 15, 2917, Mährisch Trübau; died September 10, 2015; German film composer; scored music for 50 feature films in numerous genres; perhaps best known for his music for erotic films in the 1970s, especially the Schoolgirl report (Schulm̈dchen Report) series; married to former actress and singer Trude Hofmeister)
IMDb, November 26, 2018 (Gert Wilden; born as Gert Wycholdil (Gerhart Alfred Arnold Wychodil), April 15, 1917 in Moravska Trebova, Czechoslovakia; died September 10, 2015 in Tutzing, Bavaria, Germany; in the late 1940s he composed and arranged music for most German radio stations and worked as a ghost writer in collaboration with Michael Jary, H.M. Majewski, Alfred Newman, and Victor Young; first began composing film scores in the mid-1950's; headed the Bavarian Television Orchestra, 1961-1964)