Emil Ferstl (born 16 February 1904 in Munich; † 12 March 1972) was a German musician, composer and film composer. There is little known about Ferstl's life, not even about his education. There is evidence of a series of published compositions, which he wrote for piano ("Fidele Polka"), clarinet and piano ("Mal oben, mal unternein"), tenor horn and brass orchestra ("Bravour-Polka"), accordion ("Tango-Melodik"), xylophone and accompaniment ("Spanish Dance") and saxophone ("Parade der Saxophone" and "Thema und Variationen").In 1949, starting with a recording for a film shot by Theo Lingen in 1945 (love marriage), Emil Ferstl wrote the scores for a series of entertainment and documentary films in the next five years. The majority of these films had a white-blue or alpine plot background and are insignificant in film history.After the composition of three full-length TV films based on Peter-Rosegger novels in 1963, Ferstl finished his work as a film and television composer.His son Erich Ferstl chose his father's profession.
Als ich beim Käthele im Wald war (1963)
Aus meiner Waldheimat (1963)
Das sündige Dorf (1954)
German Giants (1954)
Die Nacht ohne Moral (1953)
Tödliche Liebe (1953)
Mönche, Mädchen und Panduren (1952)
Das weiße Abenteuer (1952)
Falschmünzer am Werk (1951)
Wer fuhr den grauen Ford? (1950)
Deathday1972-03-12 (68 years old)
Place of birthMunich, Germany
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