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Klaus Schulze

Klaus Schulze (born August 4, 1947 in Berlin, Germany) is a German electronic art music composer and musician. He has alsoused the aliasRichard Wahnfried. He was briefly a member of the electronic band Tangerine Dream as well as cofounding AshRa Tempel before a pioneeringand prolific solo career of 40+ albums (totalling 110+ CDs) in 30+ years.In 1969, Klaus Schulze was the drummer of one of the early incarnations of Tangerine Dream for their debut album ElectronicMeditation. In1970 he left this group to form Ash Ra Tempel with Manuel Göttsching. In 1971, he chose again to leave a newly-formed ...read more

Klaus Schulze (born August 4, 1947 in Berlin, Germany) is a German electronic art music composer and musician. He has alsoused the aliasRichard Wahnfried. He was briefly a member of the electronic band Tangerine Dream as well as cofounding AshRa Tempel before a pioneeringand prolific solo career of 40+ albums (totalling 110+ CDs) in 30+ years.In 1969, Klaus Schulze was the drummer of one of the early incarnations of Tangerine Dream for their debut album ElectronicMeditation. In1970 he left this group to form Ash Ra Tempel with Manuel Göttsching. In 1971, he chose again to leave a newly-formed group after only onealbum, this time to mount a solo career.In 1972, Schulze released his debut album Irrlicht with organ and a recording of an orchestra filtered almost beyondrecognition. Despite thelack of synthesizers, this proto-ambient work is regarded as a milestone in electronic music. The followup, Cyborg, was similar but added theEMS Synthi A synthesizer. Some highlights of his early career are Moondawn (1976),Mirage (1977) and Dune (1979). He often took aspects ofGerman culture and history as a starting point in his compositions,particularly on his album “X” (the title signifying it was his tenth album) in1978 which was subtitled ‘Six Musical Biographies,’including such notables as Ludwig II of Bavaria, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Wilhelm FriedemannBach. « hide

Similar Bands: Tangerine Dream, Edgar Froese, Ashra, Pink Floyd, Ash Ra Tempel

LPs
Timbres of Ice
2019

2.3
3 Votes
Silhouettes
2018

2.8
6 Votes
Shadowlands
02/22/2013

2.8
4 Votes
Kontinuum
2007

4
25 Votes
Ballett 1
2006

2.6
4 Votes
Interface
1997

2.1
4 Votes
In Blue
1995

2.7
3 Votes
Le Moulin De Daudet (OST)
1994

1.7
3 Votes
Goes Classic
1994

2.5
2 Votes
Machine de Plaisir
1993

4.3
6 Votes
Beyond Recall
1991

1.3
3 Votes
The Dresden Performance
1990

1.7
3 Votes
Miditerranean Pads
1990

1.9
4 Votes
En=Trance
1988

1.5
2 Votes
Dreams
1986

1.5
3 Votes
Angst
1984

3.6
9 Votes
Audentity
1983

3.2
13 Votes
Trancefer
1981

3
3 Votes
Dig It
1980

2.7
3 Votes
Dune
1979

3.7
18 Votes
X
1978

4.1
64 Votes
Body Love Vol. 2
1977

3.4
7 Votes
Mirage
1977

4
62 Votes
Body Love
1977

3.6
8 Votes
Moondawn
1976

4
77 Votes
Timewind
1975

4
95 Votes
Picture Music
1975

3.5
16 Votes
Blackdance
1974

3.5
25 Votes
Cyborg
1973

4
56 Votes
Irrlicht
1972

4.1
147 Votes
Live Albums
Stars are Burning
2014

3
1 Votes
Compilations
Next Of Kin (OST)
2019

2
2 Votes
Jubilee Edition
1997

3.5
1 Votes

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