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Schulze, Klaus

LC control no.n 82102317
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Personal name headingSchulze, Klaus
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Variant(s)Wahnfried, Klaus Schulze
See alsoAlternate identity: Wahnfried, Richard
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Corporate body: Tangerine Dream (Musical group)
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Founded corporate body: Ash Ra Tempel (Musical group)
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Associated countryGermany
Birth date1947-08-04
Death date2022-04-26
Place of birthBerlin (Germany)
Field of activityElectronic music Krautrock (Music)
Profession or occupationComposers Rock musicians Drummers Bass guitarists Guitarists
Found inHis Irrlicht [SR] c1976: labels (Klaus Schulze)
Klaus Schulze, 1986: p. 55, etc. (b. 8/4/1947 in Berlin; electronic music composer)
Trancelation, 2019: label (Klaus Schulze Wahnfried)
Klaus Schulze WWW site, February 10, 2016 (Klaus Schulze; born August 4, 1947, Berlin; played drums/bass/guitar with various rock bands in the 1960s; member of Tangerine Dream, 1969; founded Ash Ra Tempel in 1970; electronic music soloist from 1971)
Oxford music online, February 10, 2016: Enc. of popular music, 4th ed. (Schulze, Klaus; born August 4, 1947, Berlin, Germany. Schulze is one of the fathers of modern electronic music. Originally a drummer, he joined Krautrock unit Tangerine Dream in 1969 and played on their debut album before leaving to form Ash Ra Tempel with Manuel Go╠łttsching and Hartmut Enke. After participating in the recording of this band's self-titled debut, Schulze left to embark on a solo career. Occasionally, from 1979, Schulze used the moniker Richard Wahnfried, and then Wahnfried, to release several more "mainstream" albums: as Richard Wahnfried: Time actor (IC, 1979); Tonwelle (IC, 1981); Megatone (Inteam, 1984); Miditation (Inteam, 1986); as Wahnfried: Trancelation (ZYX, 1994); Trance appeal (Metronome, 1996); Drums 'n' balls (the gancha dub) (Metronome, 1997))
Wikipedia, April 29, 2022 (Klaus Schulze; born August 4, 1947, Berlin, Germany; died April 26, 2022; German electronic music pioneer, composer, and musician; also used the alias Richard Wahnfried and was briefly a member of the Krautrock bands Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, and the Cosmic Jokers before launching a solo career)