Label: TELDEC - 6.26326 AS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Easy Listening
Wunderlich was born in Chemnitz. Klaus also tried new sounds and released an album exclusively played on Hohner instruments: model Planet T, Clavinet D6 and String Wunderbar - Klaus Wunderlich - New Wunderlich Pops string synthesizer also branded as Logan String Melody. With the introduction of the first synthesizers, Klaus briefly used Moog synthesizer and produced 3 albums with the instrument. Klaus switched to Wersi organs permanently with the introduction of the Wersi Helios model Wunderbar - Klaus Wunderlich - New Wunderlich Pops with which he created his own unique electronic sound.
During the course of time, the Wersi Helios was not sufficient to keep up with current technology and trends so Klaus started to use Wersi Beta Dx The Beta was then combined with the Wersi Helios to again create a unique sound.
The s saw Klaus purchase the Wersi Pianostar electronic piano which he used for rhythm guitar effects only. InKlaus decided to part company Ressemblance - Eddie Palmieri - Exploration - Salsa-Jazz-Descarga the Wersi Helios and Beta and purchased a new organ to replace both older models, the Wersi Spectra.
Klaus also used a small Moog synthesizer Minimoog to replicate the sound of the Bass guitar on his recordings as well as in the latter half of his career playing the drums and percussion on his recordings. As a musician He was open to different music styles and played classical, operetta, Broadway musical, as well as popular music. He sold more than 20 million records globally, and received 13 golden albums as well as one golden cassette. He died in Engen from a heart attackand was subsequently buried in the Alter Friedhof at Sindelfingen.
Some of his work was incorporated into the Soviet cartoonNu Pogodi! The year after a sequel was released called Wunderlich Stories. Over the years his songs have been sampled by a number of other artists. Wunderlich released more than one hundred albums,  of which thirteen LP's and one music cassette was credited with gold.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the German Olympic speed skater, see Klaus Wunderlich speed skater. German musician. Categories : births deaths People from Chemnitz German male musicians German organists Male organists Easy listening musicians 20th-century German musicians 20th-century organists 20th-century German male musicians.
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