Dajos Béla , aka Sándor Jószi (1897 in Kiev, presently Ukraine)-1978 in La Falda, Argentina) was born Leo Golzmann, and was a Russian violinist and dance band leader. Originally he wanted to become a lawyer, but studied the violin in Moscow with Prof. Michajl Press and in Berlin with Prof. Issay Barmas. To earn money he played in small clubs in the north of Berlin. In the early 1920s he founded a salon orchestra in Berlin. In the mid-'20s, the first golden age of jazz music, like many of his colleagues Béla hired talented musicians, and in by 1927 his outfit comprised musicians such as pianist and singer Rex Allen and banjo player Mike Danzi. For jazz recordings the band also used the following pseudonyms: The Odeon Five, Mac's Jazz Orchestra and Clive Williams Jazzband. With the advent of sound film Béla also took the opportunity to perform in films. Béla was a Jew; when in the Spring of 1933 the Nazis came to power, he went on tour, first to Holland, then to Paris to the famous "Monseigneur" and to London to the "Palladium". In 1935 he got a contract at “Radio Splendid” in Buenos Aires in order to perform with his orchestra. He stayed in this country for the rest of his life. Until the early 70’s he was never to return to Berlin. This brilliant record was made in 1932.