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Klaus Schulze - Goes Classic Album

Klaus Schulze - Goes Classic Album

Performer: Klaus Schulze
Title: Goes Classic
Style: Modern Classical, Ambient
Country: Russia
Label: Landy Star Music
Size MP3 version: 1074 mb
Size FLAC version: 1211 mb
Size WMA version: 2153 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 121
Genre: Electronic / Classical

Klaus Schulze - Goes Classic Album


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2 Lautenquintett / Quintet For Lute 10:56
3Violinkonzert Op. 61, 1. Satz / Violin Concerto Op. 61, 1. Movement
Written-By – Ludwig van Beethoven
4Norwegische Tänze Nr. 1,2,3 / Dances From Norway
Written-By – Edvard Grieg
7Rondeau (Reprise)
9Der Freischütz: Overtüre / Overture
Written-By – Carl Maria von Weber
10Mein Vaterland Nr. 2 - Die Moldau / Vitava
Written-By – Friedrich Smetana
11Rosamunde / Ballett-Musik, 9. Satz
Written-By – Franz Schubert
Written-By – Klaus Schulze
13Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 2 / Hungarian Dance No 2
Written-By – Johannes Brahms


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ZYX 20297-2Klaus Schulze Goes Classic ‎(CD, Album)ZYX MusicZYX 20297-2Germany1994
901301Klaus Schulze Midi Klassik ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Vinyl Lovers, Мирумир901301Russia2012
AN99-0362Klaus Schulze Goes Classic ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial)ArsNovaAN99-0362Russia1999
8 31961 2Klaus Schulze Goes Classic ‎(CD, Album)Musidisc8 31961 2Spain1995


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"Lautenquintett" based on Nikolaij Rimsky-Korssakoff "Der Hummelflug / Bumble Bee" - Camille Saint-Saëns "Der Karneval der Tiere / Le Carnaval des Animaux" (written as "Le Carneval des Animeaux" on inside cover). Recorded 1991 to March 1993, Hambühren, KS Moldau Musik Studios.


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Goes Classic is the twenty-eighth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1994. This is the sixth of seven early-1990s Klaus Schulze albums not to be reissued by Revisited Records. The album consists of electronic renditions of six well-known classical pieces, plus one original Schulze composition. Klaus Schulze - Goes Classic 1994. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Klaus Schulze. Songs in album Klaus Schulze - Goes Classic 1994. Klaus Schulze - Die Moldau. Klaus Schulze - Rosamunde. Klaus Schulze - Der Freischutz : Overture. Klaus Schulze - Lautenquintett Based On Saint - Saens And Rimskey Korssakoff. Klaus Schulze - Ungarischer Tanz Nr. Klaus Schulze - Norwegische Tanze Nr. Klaus Schulze - Violinkonzert 1St Movement. Klaus Schulze: все альбомы, включая Next of Kin Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack , Timbres of Ice , Trance 4 Motion и другие. GOES CLASSIC or MIDI KLASSIK is the twenty-eighth solo album by Klaus Schulze, originally released on 26 June 1994. It is the first album, on which Schulze plays compositions from other musicians, namely well-known classical composers Smetana, Schubert, von Weber, Rimski-Korsakov, Daquin, Saint-Saens, Brahms, Grieg and Beethoven. Mein Vaterland, Nr. 2: Die Moldau 12:00. Rosamunde, 9. Satz: Ballett 07:53. Der Freischütz, Overtüre 10:22. Lautenquintett 10:53. Klaus Schulze : Goes Classic,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Klaus Schulze : Quintet for Lute. Johannes Brahms : Hungarian Dance No. Edvard Grieg : Dances from Norway No. Ludwig van Beethoven : Violin Concerto Op. 61, 1 Movement. Buy this album. The Official Klaus Schulze Website. Total Time: 78:27. Friedrich Smetana: Die Moldau. Franz Schubert: Rosamunde. Carl Maria von Weber: Der Freischütz Ouvertüre. Klaus Schulze Goes Classic. Listen free to Klaus Schulze Klaus Schulze Goes Classic Die Moldau, Rosamunde and more. 7 tracks 76:43. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Klaus Schulze на маркетплейсе Schulze is one of the seminal artists of electronic music. He was an early member of Tangerine Dream and Ash Ra Tempel, but quickly established himself as a solo electronic artists. Body Love is a two-album set of tracks, from the soundtrack of an adult movie of the same name by Lasse Braun. While the film may have been forgettable, the music of Body Love captures Schulze at the peak of his 70s analog sound, and encapsulates the range of this work. Klaus Schulze cleared out his vault of unreleased tracks with his La Vie Electronique series. Its an absolutely massive collection of 45 CDs, covering about 30 years of his recording career