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Klangwelt

Klangwelt
Country
Germany
Profile
Gerald Arend is a German keyboard player and audio-designer who is mainly working for the multimedia- and computer-games-industry. Released a few albums under the project-name Klangwelt, influenced by Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Michael Rother, Vangelis, Kitaro and Klaus Schulze.
Website
http://klangwelt.info
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (5)
Klangwelt — The Incident Klangwelt — The Incident
(Spheric Music SMCD 6103, 2018, CD)
Various Artists — Spheric Music Silver Various Artists — Spheric Music Silver
(Spheric Music SMCD 9025, 2016, CD)
Klangwelt — XOIO Klangwelt — XOIO
(Spheric Music SMCD 6102, 2006, CD)
Klangwelt — The Age of Numbers Klangwelt — The Age of Numbers
(Spheric Music SMCD 6101, 2003, CD)
Klangwelt — Weltweit Klangwelt — Weltweit
(Spheric Music SMCD 6100, 2002, CD)

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