Composed By, Arranged By, Performer, Producer – Klaus Schulze. Other – Gunge Garde Dresden. Recorded By, Technician – Fredi Palm. Supervised By – KD Muller. Technician – Georg Stettner.
Dresden Three is the second track on the twenty-second album by Klaus Schulze, THE DRESDEN PERFORMANCE (1990). On the LP version DRESDEN - IMAGINARY SCENES it is the first track. Recorded: between March and May 1990, Hambühren. Composer(s): Klaus Schulze. Perfomer(s): Klaus Schulze.
Dresden Imaginary Scenes. A1 Dresden Three 10:28. A2 Dresden Five 18:23. B Dresden Four 22:01. Venture VE 903. 1990 Vinyl Album. Vinyl in MINT condition. The influential German artists Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook collaborated for the dark side of the Moog series. Their second album A Saucerful of ambience is based on "A Saucerful of secrets" by Pink Floyd.
Klaus Schulze - Dresden Performance/Dresden Imaginary Scenes (CD 1990)D0577. The Dresden Performance by Klaus Schulze (CD, Jun-1991, 2 Discs, Venture). Only for completionists (7%).
A1 Dresden Three 10:28 A2 Dresden Five 18:23 B Dresden Four 22:01. Arranged By, Composed By, Performer, Producer – Klaus Schulze Design – Icon London Producer – Georg Stettner Recorded By, Technician – Fredi Palm Sounds, Lighting – Junge Garde Dresden. The Dresden Performance (2xCD, Album). Dresden - Imaginary Scenes (LP, Album). The Dresden Performance (2xCass, Album, Chr). The Dresden Performance (LP).
X is the tenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1978, and in 2005 was the fifth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. On X Schulze attempted to execute a concept album of six "musical biographies" evoking contemporary or historical intellectuals with an influence on Schulze: Friedrich Nietzsche, Georg Trakl, Frank Herbert, Friedemann Bach, Ludwig II. von Bayern, and Heinrich von Kleist
No one has said anything yet. In Library (1). Contributions By.
In 1989, Klaus Schulze, the pioneer of Euro-electronic space music, accepted an invitation to perform at an outdoor concert in the then East German city of Dresden. This double-CD package contains two long compositions that were captured live, plus studio versions of material which Schulze had prepared for the concert. The Dresden Performance utilizes an immensely expanded emotional and musical palette to encompass what has previously been ignored or swept under the carpet by many new age composers.
With this album, Klaus expands his musical horizons abundantly.
|CDVED 903||Klaus Schulze||The Dresden Performance (2xCD, Album)||Venture||CDVED 903||Europe||1990|
|VE 903||Klaus Schulze||Dresden - Imaginary Scenes (LP, Album)||Venture||VE 903||Europe||1990|
|TCVED 903||Klaus Schulze||The Dresden Performance (2xCass, Album, Chr)||Venture||TCVED 903||Europe||1990|
|VE903||Klaus Schulze||Dresden - Imaginary Scenes (LP, Album)||Venture||VE903||Italy||1990|
|VJCP-36013, VJCP-36014||Klaus Schulze||The Dresden Performance (2xCD, Album)||Venture, Virgin Japan, Venture, Virgin Japan||VJCP-36013, VJCP-36014||Japan||1991|