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Instrumental electronic album inspired by the genre's pioneers Jean-Michel Jarre and Vangelis. Some influences of early computer game music can be heard as well.
Mix Suzanne Vega with Depeche Mode and add a little bit of Nena. That's the best way to describe A Cat & Me, the co-production of Kathrin Gerke as singer-songwriter and Markus Behlau as arranger.
Mixture of electronic pop and some progressive elements. Lyrics deal with dementia, nuclear meltdown, forced marriage, child abuse and suicide - with a fair sense of sarcasm.
Mixed and mastered by Prog Rock Legend Eroc from Grobschnitt
Reflects the destruction of earth by mankind. The pieces mostly depict environmental catastrophies. As in Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an exhibition" between these main pieces there is one theme reoccurring in variations. Here it represents nature, changing, suffering.
5 sonatas. All in all 15 movements. Sonata No. 1,2 & 4 in classical style evolving from Mozart to Beethoven, No.3 more like Prokofiev or Shostakovich, No.5 somwhere in between
Deep, dark, dissonant and confusing symphony influenced by Shostakovich and Prokofiev. You will definetely need some time, to get into it. But I promise, it is all worthwhile.
Also dramatic, but a lot more straightforward and classical oriented than the first symphony. Mostly inspired by Beethoven's Eroica.
1st act of an opera stylisticly somewhere between Wagner and Humperdinck. This is just a demo, of course. All male and female parts are sung by the composer... :-)