Schoener, Eberhard

Eberhard Schoener is searching for new influences, the unusual. He gives in to them to return, enlightened, to his very own unique direction. Eberhard Schoener met with Laurie Anderson, conducted concerts with Sting and Gianna Nannini and recorded with Andrea Bocelli. Through his efforts the Heavy Metal band Deep Purple got together with the boy choir of Tölz and the Tango was introduced to Willy deVille. Eberhard Schoener also worked together with the musicians of Prinz Agung Raka in Bali over a period of twenty years. He recorded with the monks of the monastery of Kopan in Nepal and got together with Carlinhos Brown and Armandinho Macedo in Brazil. Eberhard Schoener observes the interchange of different musicians in context with new forms of art as the expression of his time. In the collaboration with other artists continuity is very important to him.
A new musical instrument is on the market place. In the USA Mr. Bob Moog is developing a synthesizer, which is able to produce sounds nobody has heard before and can imitate the sound of other instruments. Eberhard Schoener is traveling to Trumansburg to meet Mr. Moog and will stay for three weeks to study how to use the machine. At this time Mr. Moog has only built five synthesizers in his small shop. The waiting list is long, but he is not about to expand his business. As Mr. John Lennen is sending his 'Moog' back to await further developments to it, Eberhard Schoener returns to Germany with this very Moog and the friendship resulting from this lasts for many years. He owns that Moog synthesizer to the present day and it still works.
Eberhard Schoener + Harold Faltermeyer - Gier

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 2009
Soundtrack for a german TV movie. Music by Harold Faltermeyer and songs by Eberhard Schoener, with a modern remix of "Why don't you answer" together with Sting.

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Eberhard Schoener - Amore Splendida Luce

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1997
Soundtrack to a german TV show: Derrick.

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Eberhard Schoener - Das Erbe der Guldenburgs (Soundtrack) 2 CD

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1989
This double-CD features music originally composed by Schoener and played by Achim Gieseler, Siggi Schwab, Jens Fischer and Paul Vincent. Not only symphonic titles also some electronic tracks, which fit in the time around Schoeners releases of 1989.

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Eberhard Schoener - Flashback

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1978 / 2011
For many musicians who have worked with electronic music the cosmos, the space, the universe, or the galaxy have become symbols for their music. The electronic basic material (the different waveforms) obviously seems to have this relationship, but for me it is rather a clever marketing of the universe, than a real definition of the musical content. But I am interested in a planet in relation to music, a planet where both the transmitter and the receiver are in fact equally accessible: the earth.
"From the New World" describes a journey to the USA and back to Europe, "From the Old World" describes the Rhine from its delta to its river head. The 3 titles "From the Old World" are based on music for the movie "Rheingold" by Niklaus Schilling.
Part of a Trilogy: Bali-Agúng - Trance-Formation - Flashback.
Bonus track Remix by L.T. Velvet
Produced and mixed at the Electrola-Studio Munich and Arco-Studio Munich, October 1977 to February 1978
Produced, composed and arranged by Eberhard Schoener
Eberhard Schoener - Moog, Oberheim, Mellotron, Piano
Sting - B-Guitar, Vocals
Andy Summers - E-Guitar
Hansi Ströer - E-Guitar, Electr.Piano
Olaf Kübler - Tenor-Sax, Alt-Sax
Stewart Copeland - Drums, Percussion
Orchestra of the Munich Chamber - Opera

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Eberhard Schoener - Harmonia Mundi

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1993
This is a mix of different musicstyles made specially for the 1993 sports event in Stuttgart.
Schoener collected music from all over the world to get this international music on the start.
Don't expect electronic music, this is more the orchestral way by Schoener.

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Eberhard Schoener - Meditation-Sky Music

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1973 / 1984
This double-CD reissue features music originally contained on two albums of extended pieces recorded in 1973 and 1983 respectively. Meditation consists of two reflective works for synthesizers. On Sky Music - Mountain Music, however, he creates delicate, transparent soundscapes from more natural sources, though it was actually created by attaching tuned whistles to carrier pigeons and allowing the birds to fly through air currents generated by BMW's wind tunnel.

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Eberhard Schoener - Short Operas 2

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 2001
Beside his electronic music, Eberhard schoener has also produced these operas, which sound very typical for operas. Just a CD for collectors.

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Eberhard Schoener - Time Cycle

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1994
This combines two pieces played and conducted by Schoener. On the first track we find ourselves in the world of fractal music and in the second piece he plays the 7 Symphony by Anton Bruckner with classical orchestration and guitar.
Very good music, which has a sentimental touch and is perfect for relaxing.

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Eberhard Schoener - Trance-Formation

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1991 / 2010
These synthesizer / electric guitar combinations recall mid-70s Tangerine Dream, and much of this music wouldn't be out of place on Stratosfear or Sorcerer. However, Schoener also makes good use of mellotron and choral vocals, hence this record echoes the second half of Peter Baumann's underrated Romance 76. Trance-Formation (cute pun) isn't as satisfying or ground-breaking as those records, and things fall apart somewhat on the title track. Overall, though, the music is moody, melodic (in places), and certainly trance inducing. A pre-Police Andy Summers contributes some fine guitar, including a Gilmour-esque solo on Signs of Emotion that plainly revisits the opening movement of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here. Funny how all the Police members backed up Schoener on one or other of his 70s records -- closet prog-rockers, obviously! Fans of TD, Michael Hoenig's Departure From The Northern Wastelands, or even Vangelis around Masque (for the choir) will find something to like here.

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Eberhard Schoener - Trance-Mission

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1991
This is the melting of electronic-music with eastern gamelan music. This should have been part 3 of the Bali-Symphony trilogy after Bali Agung and Trance Formation.

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Eberhard Schoener System - ESS

Artist: Eberhard Schoener
P: 1985
Here we can hear the greatest Hits played with orchestra and synthesizer arranged by Eberhard Schoener.

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