|Directed by||Géza von Bolváry|
|Written by|| Jacques Théry (novel) |
|Produced by||Siegfried Fritz Fromm|
|Starring|| Wolfgang Liebeneiner |
|Edited by||Hermann Haller|
|Music by||Alois Melichar|
Farewell Waltz (German: Abschiedswalzer) is a 1934 German musical drama film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Wolfgang Liebeneiner, Richard Romanowsky and Hanna Waag.  It is based on the life of the composer Frédéric Chopin.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler and Arthur Schwarz. A separate French-language version Song of Farewell was also produced.
The Waltz in C♯ minor is a piano waltz composed by Frédéric Chopin in 1847, the second work of his opus 64 and the companion to the "Minute Waltz". Chopin dedicated this Waltz to Madame Nathaniel de Rothschild.
Wolfgang Georg Louis Liebeneiner was a German actor, film director and theatre director.
Waltz in A-flat major, Op. 69, No. 1, is a waltz composed by Frédéric Chopin in 1835. It was posthumously published by his friend Julian Fontana in 1855, six years after the composer’s death, together with the earlier composed Waltz Op. 69, No. 2. It is also called "The Farewell Waltz" or "Valse de l'adieu".
Great Pianists of the 20th Century – Géza Anda is volume one of the Great Pianists of the 20th Century box set, and it features music by the composers Béla Bartók, Frédéric Chopin, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by the renowned pianist, Géza Anda.
The Trapp Family is a 1956 West German comedy drama film about the real-life Austrian musical family of that name directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Ruth Leuwerik, Hans Holt, and Maria Holst. Based on Maria von Trapp's 1949 memoir, The Story of the Trapp Family Singers, the film is about a novice nun sent to care for the unruly children of a wealthy baron, who falls in love with and marries the young woman. Through her caring influence, the family becomes a famous singing group. When the baron is pressured to join Hitler's navy, the family escapes to the United States where they establish themselves as singers.
Frédéric Chopin’s waltzes are pieces of moderate length adhering to the traditional 3/4 waltz time, but are remarkably different from the earlier Viennese waltzes in that they were not designed for dancing but for concert performance. Some of them are accessible by pianists of moderate capabilities, but the more difficult of them require an advanced technique. Carl Maria von Weber's Invitation to the Dance was an early model for Chopin's waltzes.
Hanna Ralph was a German stage and film actress whose career began on the stage and in silent film in the 1910s and continued through the early 1950s.
The three Waltzes, Op. 34, were composed by Frédéric Chopin from 1834 until 1838 and published in 1838.
The three Waltzes, Op. 70, were composed by Frédéric Chopin between 1829 and 1842 and were posthumously published by Julian Fontana in 1855, six years after the composer's death. Waltz No. 1 is in G-flat major, No. 2 in F minor and No. 3 in D-flat major. Each of the three waltzes lasts less than three minutes to perform in typical performances.
Richard Romanowsky was an Austrian actor. He appeared in 45 films between 1932 and 1961.
Tytus Sylwester Woyciechowski was a Polish political activist, agriculturalist, and patron of art. He was an early friend of the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin.
The Stronger Woman is a 1953 West German drama film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Gertrud Kückelmann, Hans Söhnker and Antje Weisgerber.
Taiga is a 1958 West German drama film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Ruth Leuwerik, Hannes Messemer and Günter Pfitzmann.
Enjoy Yourselves is a 1934 German musical comedy film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Dorit Kreysler, Ida Wüst and Wolfgang Liebeneiner.
Hanna Waag (1904–1995) was a German film actress. Amongst her performances were playing Queen Victoria in the 1933 film Waltz War and the title role in Lady Windermere's Fan in 1935. Of Jewish heritage, in 1937 she went into exile from the Nazi regime in Germany. Her husband, the Jewish art director Rudolf Bamberger was killed at Auschwitz.
Music in the Blood is a 1934 German drama film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Leo Slezak, Hanna Waag and Sybille Schmitz. Location shooting took place in Dresden.
I Was an Ugly Girl is a 1955 West German romantic comedy film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Sonja Ziemann, Dieter Borsche and Karlheinz Böhm. It is based on the 1937 novel of the same title by Annemarie Selinko.
Song of Farewell is a 1934 historical musical drama film directed by Albert Valentin and Géza von Bolváry and starring Jean Servais, Janine Crispin and Lucienne Le Marchand. It is based on the life of the composer Frédéric Chopin and his relationship with George Sand.
When Sweet Moonlight Is Sleeping in the Hills is a 1969 West German drama film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Werner Hinz, Luitgard Im and Diana Körner. It is based on the 1967 novel At the Height of the Moon by Eric Malpass. It is the sequel to the 1968 film Morning's at Seven.
The World Revolves Around You is a 1964 Austrian musical film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Gitte Hænning, Rex Gildo and Claus Biederstaedt.