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  1. Tashura
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Maquam on Discogs. Label: Umbra - KW • Format: CDr Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Electronic • Style: Ambient, Minimal Klaus Wiese - Maquam (, CDr) | Discogs/5(4).
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  2. Fegami
    Dec 10,  · "KW" is an ideal ambient album for me. It consists mainly of electronic tracks by Klaus Wiese with the playing of live instruments - zither played by Klaus and drums playing by Ted De Jong. Some tracks are short, some are epic. There are also some samples of water, crickets sounds, which were supposedly used by Klaus on his other records/5(5).
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  3. Mashakar
    Jan 11,  · While it is difficult to choose a "best" CD from a library of excellence, Dunya is the best Klaus Wiese CD. It is the small extras that raise this album to the next level. In addition to zithers, keyboards, and bowls, Wiese incorporates a choir, a tambura, and nature samples into his sound design. The choir performs in overtone harmonics.9/
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  4. Nigor
    Credits Design [Cover Design By] – Alessandra Clini Percussion [Percussions] – Sam Schlamminger* Performer [Sound Sculptures] – Rick Rummler Performer [Sound Sculptures], Synth – Klaus Wiese ; Notes umbra/kw /
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  5. Goltisar
    Jul 12,  · "Maquam" is an absolute masterwork of singing bowl drone, drone music, and simply music and sound in general. With seventy-seven singing bowls all tuned slightly differently, Klaus Wiese crafts a monolithic, eternal, sepulchral drone that persists throughout the entire album/5(32).
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  6. Arashikus
    Artist information Sort name: Wiese, Klaus Type: Person Gender: Male Born: Born in: Germany Died: (aged 67) Died in: Ulm, Baden Album: The Alchemy of Happiness, el-HADRA, Ceremony, Holy Domain, Mercurius.
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  7. Tojajar
    Klaus Wiese was a veteran e-musician, minimalist, and multi-instrumentalist. A master of the Tibetan singing bowl, he created an extensive series of album re.
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  8. Kajir
    Untitled. I would like to make a case that the Klaus Wiese page remain. Wiese was a musician for Popul Vuh (German Band) and you have a page on them. He also has produced over 50 albums in his own right. He's collaborated with Oophoi (who you also have pages on). His work is growing in significance amongst younger ambient artists.
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