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A recording by the 14th Upper Austrian Infantry Regiment, made shortly after the Anschluss (on 21 April). About three months later (on 1 August), the unit was re-designated 133rd Infantry Regiment and assigned to the 45th Infantry Division.
Ivan Ž. wrote:Deutschmeister-Regimentsmarsch [Op. 6] [HM II, 59]
Dedication: Seiner Hochwohlgeboren Herrn Johann Werner, K. und K. Obersten und Commandanten des K. und K. Infanterie-Regimentes „Hoch- und Deutschmeister“ No. 4, hochachtungsvoll gewidmet
Composer/Lyricist: Wilhelm August Jurek
Instrumental Group: Musikkorps des oberösterreichischen Infanterie-Regiments Nr. 14, Linz
Conductor: Kapellmeister Leopold Ertl
Recording Date: 21.04.1938
Recording Location: Berlin, Sing-Akademie (Unter den Linden 5)
Record Company: Telefunken-Platte GmbH, Berlin Intro: Signal „Tagwache“ [Anonym], Signal „Vergatterung“ [Anonym]
A recording made by the (Hoch- und Deutschmeister) regimental band led by Max Geißler, in Berlin, on 28 February 1927:
The regimental bandsmen also recorded their march for the "His Master's Voice" label on 3 July 1929 and for "Ultraphon" in 1931, led by Josef Karl Richter, and for Lindström's "Imperial" label in 1938, led by Alois Sterl.