MP3 Jens Bohlitz - My Love's Concerto/reminisce
Komplettes MP3 Album von Jens Bohlitz
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Piano/orchestral classical concerto’s & waltz’s
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Jens Bohlitz, born in 1965 in a small village in East Germany was considered a child prodigy by the time he was seven years old. He performed throughout Germany and was offered a position for entertaining in California in his late teens.
After many performances in California, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee where he had the opportunity to meet composer, Ray Gay, who originated from Cleveland, Ohio.
Their wives, Lucille (Ray’s) and Rebecca (Jen’s) became immediate friends and soon they were a foursome doing everything together.
With Jens being a previous concert pianist, Ray Gay had written a concerto and classical waltzes and Jens was just the right person to perform and arrange his compositions.
The end result being “My Love’s Concerto” which Ray wrote for his wife, Lucille, and “Reminisce,” a collection of waltzes.
Listen to these beautiful melodies and soon you will feel yourself waltzing with a loved one through the four waltzes.
Jens Bohlitz presently resides in East Germany and performs with his wife, Rebecca for four years. Check the website of: https://www.tradebit.com to hear their music. Jens composes the music and Rebecca writes the lyrics in English.
Jens’ most recent credit is that he wrote the official “World Cup” song for Hessen for the World Cup Games being played in Germany. He is also the producer of music for Relyon Records and may be reached at https://www.tradebit.com .
One 3/2/06, Ray Gay passed away and left many songs for the world to hear. They included the following on the NORMANDY RECORDS label:
My Love’s Concerto and Reminisce
(A collection of waltzes)
Performed by Jens Bohlitz
Polka Music Oooh Boy
By the Frank Moravcik Band
By the Richie Vadnal Orchestra
Since 1948, Ray has had his music recorded on 78s, 45s, cassettes and cds. During the Korean War, he served in the Army with the Military Police from 1952-54 and also entertained troops in Japan and Korea with a musical group called the “Gil-Rays”. He loved telling stories about sharing the stage with Dick Contino (world-famous accordionist) and the late Marilyn Monroe where they met in Japan.
He also was the first American to introduce polkas/waltzes to the Japanese people. At Radio Station WJCR he had a weekly one-half hour show where he spoke in both English and Japanese.
He is best known for his hits of “Polka Music Oooh Boy,” “Are You The Girl?” “Stand Up and Cheer,” a Cleveland Brown’s song, and “Polka-Re, Polka-Ra.” He also has written many country tunes, which may soon be available through CD Baby.
He was a member of ASCAP and has two publishing companies: Ray Gay Publishing, ASCAP and LuJean Publishing, BMI.
His wife, Lucille and son, Ray Gay, continue to promote his music. Music books are available for the two polka albums by contacting them at polkas@https://www.tradebit.com.
Anyone desiring to record any of his music can contact Lucille or Ray at the above e-mail address.