Otto Dobrindt (1886 in Henkendorf, Western Prussia (presently Hanki, Poland) -1963 in Berlin) was a German bandleader and film composer. Dobrindt began his career as a recording producer for the Carl Lindström Company. In 1925, under different pseudonyms he recorded several of his own dance band and classical productions. He led the „Orchester Otto Dobrindt“ accompanied many UFA film stars in studio recordings., a.o. Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch and especially Hans Albers. He also led the Saxophon-Orchester Dobbri. In 1935 he took over the German Broadcasting Orchestra. That same year he wrote the film score for „Alles hört auf mein Kommando“. After WW2 he led the Broadcasting Orchestra of the Berlin Eastern sector, but after the build of the Wall in 1961 he gave up that post. Subsequently he led other orchestras in the GDR, among others the Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra. This outstanding record was made in 1928.