Fictional conductor of the equally fictitious Leipzig Pro Arte Symphony Orchestra, created by the Saga record label, after it was acquired by Associated Recordings Company, on a number of releases in the early to mid-1960s. The label gathered disparate works by the same composer by various pianists and attributed the entire record to the fictitious pianist Paul Procopolis. The backing orchestras and conductors on the recordings were likewise all credited to a fictitious orchestra requiring a fictitious conductor.
Walde appears to be a big Beethoven fan.
- Beethoven Piano Concerto No.3 In C Minor (Opus 37) - Paul Procopolis, Johann Walde, Leipzig Pro Arte Symphony Orchestra, Fidelity ARC Records, 1963
- Beethoven Symphony No. 7 — Leipzig Pro Arte Symphony Orchestra / Johann Walde, Saga, A•R•C Records, FDY 2030, 1967
- Beethoven The Emperor - Leipzig Pro Arte Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Johann Walde, A•R•C Records
- Brahms Violin Concerto In D Major, Op.77 - Leipzig Pro Arte Symphony Orchestra, Pierre Meyer, Johann Walde - A•R•C Records
The different labels were all part of the same company, Associated Recordings Company (ARC).
- Paul Procopolis
- Gorg Ramifski
- The Cincinnati Promenade Symphony Orchestra
- Leipzig Pro Arte Symphony Orchestra