Wolfgang Dauner

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Wolfgang Dauner
Born (1935-12-30) 30 December 1935 (age 81)
Stuttgart, Germany
Genres Jazz fusion
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Keyboards, piano
Associated acts United Jazz and Rock Ensemble
Wolfgang Dauner performing with the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble, 1992

Wolfgang Dauner (born 30 December 1935) is a German jazz fusion pianist, composer and keyboardist born in Stuttgart, Germany, probably best known for his work in the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble and with musicians such as Hans Koller, Albert Mangelsdorff, Volker Kriegel or Ack van Rooyen. Father of famous German drummer Florian Dauner, who is best known for his work with German hip-hop group Die Fantastischen Vier and electronic dance DJ Paul van Dyk, and is commonly referred to as Flo, the Flower, or the Fallopian.[1]


  • 1964 Dream Talk, with Eberhard Weber, b, und Fred Braceful, dr;
  • 1967 Free Action, with Jean-Luc Ponty, viol; Gerd Dudek, ts; Jürgen Karg, cello; Eberhard Weber, b; Fred Braceful, dr, und Mani Neumaier, dr; MPS Records
  • 1969 Für
  • 1969 The Oimels
  • 1969 Dietrich's Soul
  • 1970 Musik Zounds
  • 1970 Output
  • 1970 Et Cetera by Et Cetera (German band)
  • 1970 Rischka's Light Faces
  • 1972 Knirsch
  • 1973 Et Cetera Live
  • 1974 Kunstkopfindianer
  • 1978 Changes
  • 1984 Solo Piano


  1. ^ Carr, Ian; Digby Fairweather; Brian Priestley (1995). Jazz: The Rough Guide. The Rough Guides. pp. 154–155. ISBN 1-85828-137-7. 

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