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Claus Ogerman 45 rpm Single Records - Telefunken


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Das Golgowsky Quartett - Sigi Stenford & Sein Orchester, "Zwei rehbraune Augen" / "Männertreu", Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 697 (mono) (1956).[45 rpm single]

Klaus Ogermann may have arranged "Zwei rehbraune Augen".


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Geschwister Hofmann, Hugo Strasser und sein Orchester, "Hundertmal, Tausendmal"/ "Mein stilles Heimattal", Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 790 (19__).[45 rpm single]

"Hundertmal, Tausendmal" is written by Ogermann-Brandin.



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Evelyn Künneke & Günter Fuhlisch Orchester, "Du hast ne Ahnung" / "Ich Wünsch Mir Zum Geburtstag Einen Mann", Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 816 (19__).[45 rpm single]

"Du has ne Ahnung" was co-written by Klaus Ogermann.


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Gitta Lind, "Weisser Holunder" / "Wenn wir uns wiederseh'n", Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 835 (1956).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve single]

Klaus Ogermann may have arranged "Weisser Holunder".



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Billy Bill, The Singing Cowboy & The Texas Singers, Hugo Strasser & His Dance Orchestra, "Weinn Ein Cowboy Durstig Ist" / unknown B-side, Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 876 (1955).[45 rpm single]

"Weinn Ein Cowboy Durstig Ist" was composed by Klaus Ogermann.

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Die Sunnies und die Telestars - Kurt Henkels und sein grosses Tanzorchester, "Am Kai von Honolulu"/"Da Capo, Signore!", Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 878 (19__).[45 rpm single]

Klaus Ogermann composed "Da Capo, Signore!"


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Hugo Strasser und sein Orchester, "Tanzende Trompeten" (Dancing Trumpets)/"Einsame Trompete" (Lonely Trumpet), Telefunken #U 45 879 (19__).[45 rpm single]

"Tanzende Trompeten" is written by Claus Ogerman-Hugo Strasser.



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Die Karner-Terz / Orchester Klaus Ogermann, "Die Heimatrosen blüh'n Heimatlosen" / "Heute, morgen, alle Zeit", Telefunken [Germany] #U 45 975 (1956).[45 rpm single]

Klaus Obermann arranged both sides of this record.


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Horst Winter / Klaus Ogermann mit seinem Tanzorchester, "Rom bei Nacht" / "Lass die Liebe nie zu Ende geh'n", Telefunken [Germany] #U 55 038 (unknown year).[45 rpm single]

Both sides arranged by Klaus Ogermann.



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