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Guildenstern was a German band of the 70s from Rüsselsheim. Members were Bernd Scholl (keyboards), Claus Lange (drums), Gerd Holfelder (vocals), Michael Kuplien (guitar, violin), Michael Lippert (bass, guitar, vocals), and Reinhard Olschanski (guitar).
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