Lehár was a remarkable melodist with his memorable style evident on his art songs and operettas.
Because of his musical brilliance, he was recognized and awarded of the “Goethe Medal” on top of other strings of personal rewards from the Nazi Supremo. Despite of his uneasy relationship with the Nazis, Lehár gifted Hitler a special volume of the 50th performance of his operetta “The Merry Widow” as a birthday present.
His music was inspirational, graceful, and had carved a niche in the world of music. Learn more about him and his works at: https://galaxymusicnotes.com/pages/franz-lehar-the-austro-hungarian-composer-for-the-merry-widow