(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 fake Hans Swarowsky (2), 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.
After additional research, it has become no clearer if Alfred Scholz was a) a real conductor who was also a cheat, b) a real conductor who was the VICTIM of said cheat, or c) the perpetrator of the cheat, who was using this name as one as one of his many pseudonyms. The only thing certain is that there WAS a cheat going on, unless he was able to conduct multiple concerts around the world on the same night.