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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

4.13 | 194 ratings

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3 stars The recognition of the music of Germany of the 70's might have had music including the element of the electron , for example, the synthesizer also in Japan where I lived. Music that especially multiused electronics had feeling that Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream did [****] as a result being recognized those elements partially indispensable in the machine parts that the musician used.

The fashion like existing SF might spread from the flow in the 60's to the world to some degree and music to imagine space like them be established to music with Trip. It might be clear that it one was culture and feeling of cannot tasting the synthesizer with existing musical instruments till then. Schulze and TD advance to Britain and invent a lot of masterpieces in 1974. The flow of music with such a synthesizer might have become the index of directionality to techno and Ambient back.

It is known it has the flow of digital for the synthesizer in modern days well. And, he accomplishes the activity of apart from others though it is pushed to the wave of New Age in the 80's with TD. He has appeared it and "Expressionist" it might appeared in the work for music before the musician.

This album is an album that hits his tenth work. He is satisfactorily demonstrated the method concerning Music who has cultivated it before and the technique and might be summarized the appearing idea ..content.., too.. finished since this album. The photograph concerning the activity of the music that he did is published in the album.

Kazuhiro | 3/5 |


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