Klaus Schulze Goes Classic

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Goes Classic
Goes Classic Klaus Schulze Album.jpg
Studio album by Klaus Schulze
Released June 26, 1994
Recorded 1991 to March 1993
Genre Electronic music, Space music, Classical
Length 78:27
Label ZYX
Producer Klaus Schulze
Klaus Schulze chronology
Le Moulin de Daudet
(1994)
Goes Classic
(1994)
Totentag
(1994)

Goes Classic is the twenty-eighth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1994. This is the sixth of seven early-1990s Klaus Schulze albums not to be reissued by Revisited Records. Goes Classic was released after Schulze's Silver Edition 10-disc CD box set, technically making this album his thirty-eighth. The album consists of electronic renditions of six well-known classical pieces, plus one original Schulze composition.

The CD is now out of print. However, in 2012 the Russian label Mirumir released a double vinyl edition titled Midi Klassik.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Friedrich Smetana: Die Moldau" 12:00
2. "Franz Schubert: Rosamunde" 7:53
3. "Carl Maria von Weber: Der Freischütz (Ouvertüre)" 10:22
4. "Klaus Schulze: Quintet for Lute" 10:53
5. "Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 2" 9:01
6. "Edvard Grieg: Dances From Norway No. 1,2,3" 10:33
7. "Ludwig van Beethoven: Violin Concerto Op. 61, 1 Movement" 17:18

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