(Who also performed in the guise of Alberto Lizzio)
"Alberto Lizzio" and "South German Philharmonic Orchestra" ©2005 Point Classics; No such performers exist. "Alberto Lizzio" was a pseudonym invented by bargain-record producer Alfred Scholz and attached to older performances (often conducted by Hans Swarowsky, Milan Horvat, Carl Melles or himself). The "South German Philharmonic" - if the attribution is correct - was a short-lived pick-up ensemble assembled by Scholz from members of the Czech Philharmonic in Prague and the Bamberg Symphony around 1968.
"Hans Zanotelli" and "Süddeutsche Philharmonie" ©2008 SLG, LLC. The "Süddeutsche Philharmonie" is the group referred to as the "South German Philharmonic" and "Hans Zanotelli" (the name of a real conductor) and is another pseudonym used on Alfred Scholz's records.