Hoelderlin

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For the German poet, see Friedrich Hölderlin.
Hoelderlin
Origin Germany
Genres Progressive rock
Years active 1970 (1970)–present[1]
Labels Pilz, Spiegelei (Intercord)
Associated acts Conny Plank
Website hoelderlin.com
Members Ann-Yi Eötvös
Dirk Schilling (since 2005)
Andreas Hirschmann
Hans Bäär (since 1975)
Michael Bruchmann (since 1971)
Past members Joachim von Grumbkow
Christian von Grumbkow
Nanny de Ruig
Christoph Noppeney (-1978)
Peter Käseberg (-1975)
Joachim Käseberg (1972-81)
Bernd König (1979-81)
Rüdiger Elze (1979)
Ede Schicke (1979-1981)
Thomas Lohr (1977-78/1980-81)
Pablo Weeber (1977-78)
Michael Bruchmann (1971-78)

Hoelderlin is a German progressive rock band that was formed in 1970 as Hölderlin by Joachim and Christian von Grumbkow with Nanny de Ruig. They are influenced by rock, jazz, and folk music. They changed their name to Hoelderlin in 1973.

Discography[edit]

  • Hölderlins Traum (Pilz, 1972)
  • Hoelderlin (Spiegelei, 1975)
  • Clown & Clouds (1976)
  • Rare Birds (1977)
  • New Faces (1979)
  • Fata Morgana (1981)
  • 8 (2007)

Personnel[edit]

  • Ann-Yi Eötvös - vocals, violin
  • Andreas Hirschmann - keyboards, vocals
  • Hans Bäär - bass, guitars, vocals
  • Michael Bruchmann - drums

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