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Adelbert von Deyen

Adelbert von Deyen
Country
Germany
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Adelbert von Deyen (born 25 October, 1953 in Süderbrarup, Schleswig-Holstein, died 13 February, 2018) was an electronic music composer and artist based in Berlin. He began working on his music in sessions with longtime friend Dieter Schütz in the 70s, and produced a number of solo albums through the 70s and 80s. In 2006 he resumed activity.
Website
http://www.adelbert-von-deyen.de
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Releases on file (12)
von Deyen & Schütz — Old Fashioined von Deyen & Schütz — Old Fashioined
((Not on label) CD 0406, 2009, CD)
Adelbert von Deyen — Roseg@rden Adelbert von Deyen — Roseg@rden
((Not on label) CD 0405, 2007, CD)
Adelbert von Deyen — Painted Black Adelbert von Deyen — Painted Black
((Not on label) CD 0404, 2006, CD)
Adelbert von Deyen — Dreamdancer Adelbert von Deyen — Dreamdancer
(SKY 122, 1987, LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Impressions Adelbert von Deyen — Impressions
(SKY 097, 1985, LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Live Adelbert von Deyen — Live
(SKY 089, 1984, LP)
von Deyen / Schuetz — Inventions von Deyen / Schuetz — Inventions
(SKY 082, 1983, LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Planetary Adelbert von Deyen — Planetary
(SKY 076, 1982, LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Eclipse Adelbert von Deyen — Eclipse
(SKY 062, 1981, LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Atmosphere Adelbert von Deyen — Atmosphere
(Bureau B BB 239, 1980/2016, CD/LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Nordborg Adelbert von Deyen — Nordborg
(Bureau B BB 238, 1979/2016, CD/LP)
Adelbert von Deyen — Sternzeit Adelbert von Deyen — Sternzeit
(Bureau B BB 237, 1978/2016, CD/LP)

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