Klause Wiese: 17 May 2020

Here are listed the 50 albums presented on Klaus's website that at May 2020 is still extant. For how long who knows? Discogs and YouTube are good places to look for more information, and more of his prodigious output. Bandcamp has his work listed. Discogs has a Reviews posting thread that goes into some depth on a seeming controversy over Wiese's unpublished work, some of which appeared a number of years after his death. Someone called Lev Levin has researched using software to attempt to identify likelihood of authorship. It all makes a lot of sense. Weiese was so prolific that there would inevitably have been a huge volume of out-takes, part complete works. I came across Wiese's music link hopping in YouTube. 'Ommayads' on the Umbra Label KW011 (2004)in CDr format is not listed below. I was able to track down some Klaus Wiese at cue-records. I can sympathise with Wiese in how to move a work from a series of fragmented ideas into a completed rounded end work, often in the face of failing technology and uncertain collaboration. Wiese has taken that fragmentation a step further than most, combining volume of output with a bewildering spectrum of here today gone tomorrow publishers leaving an uncertain legacy that is elusive track down.

website: Klause Wiese

01.Baraka

02.Samarkand

03.Kalengra

04.Maraccaba

05.Tushita

06.Qumra I

07.Sabiha Sabiya

08.Klangschalen Meditation

09.Qumra II

10.Secret Doctrine

11.Geisha

12.Mahakala Puja

13.Trance

14.Uranus

15.Alhambra

16.Tibetische Klangschalen I

17.Tibetische Klangschalen II

18.Moksha

19.El Hadra

20.Mystic Landscapes

21.Tambura

22.Space

23.Vision

24.Neptun

25.Cosmic Glue

26.Thanatos

27.Creation

28.Tariqa

29.A Kaori

30.Ceremony

31.Monsoon

32.Turandot

33.Koan

34.Dunya

35.Wouivre

36.Angels breakiní

37.Qalandar, The Black Rose

38.Soma

39.Mercurius

40.Ming Noir

41.Mudra

42.Genesis

43.ZEN

44.Holy Domain

45.The path of whithe clouds

46.Arcana

47.Touch of Silence

48.The Alchemy of Happiness: Listened to this album 17 May 2020 An Eno-Thursday Afternoon-esque zone-out masterpiece recorded in 2006. Wiese's input was production and advisory, Al Gromer Khan composed and recorded.

49.Perfume

50.Seed