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User: Miloustein
Article: Blackdance
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'''''Blackdance''''' is the third album by [[Klaus Schulze]]. It was originally released in 1974, and in 2007 was the twenty-fifth Schulze album reissued by [[InsideOut Music|Revisited Records]]. For the first time Schulze uses "real" synthesizers and a singer. "Voices of Syn" features Ernst Walter Siemon on vocals. Due to packaging and print errors on later releases, ''Blackdance'' was considered Schulze's fourth album for decades, until Klaus D. Müller, Schulze's biographer and publicity manager, discovered from searching through his personal diaries that ''[[Picture Music]]'', thought to be the third album, was recorded after ''Blackdance''. Despite this, the reissue labels ''Blackdance'' as Schulze's fourth album.
 
'''''Blackdance''''' is the third album by [[Klaus Schulze]]. It was originally released in 1974, and in 2007 was the twenty-fifth Schulze album reissued by [[InsideOut Music|Revisited Records]]. For the first time Schulze uses "real" synthesizers and a singer. "Voices of Syn" features Ernst Walter Siemon on vocals. Due to packaging and print errors on later releases, ''Blackdance'' was considered Schulze's fourth album for decades, until Klaus D. Müller, Schulze's biographer and publicity manager, discovered from searching through his personal diaries that ''[[Picture Music]]'', thought to be the third album, was recorded after ''Blackdance''. Despite this, the reissue labels ''Blackdance'' as Schulze's fourth album.
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At the beginning of „Voices Of Syn“, one can here the following verses from Giuseppe Verdi’s Opera „Simon Boccanegra“ (1857), from the prologue:
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Fiesco
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A te l’estremo addio, palagio altero,
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Freddo sepolcro dell’angiolo mio!...
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Né a proteggerti valsi!...Oh maledetto!...
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Oh vile seduttore!…
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(Si volge all’Immagine.)
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E tu,Vergin,soffristi
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Rapita a lei la verginal corona?...
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Ah! che dissi?...deliro!... ah,mi perdona!
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etc.
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Klaus Schulze mentioned ca 1977 in a private letter, that he did not care about the origin of the singing, that is was a Verdi-Collage by his friend Ernst Walter Siemon.
   
 
==Track listing==
 
==Track listing==
Reason: ANN scored at 0.889099
Reporter Information
Reporter: Miloustein (anonymous)
Date: Thursday, the 5th of January 2017 at 04:41:35 AM
Status: Reported
Sunday, the 11th of May 2014 at 07:00:49 PM #94514
Miloustein (anonymous)

My edit is just adding information to Voices of Syn, can be proven by anyone listening to the Opera of Verdi. besides that I wrote a few letters to Klaus Schulze in the Seventies.

Thursday, the 5th of January 2017 at 04:41:40 AM #107571
Miloustein (anonymous)

Hello, this message might get lost, and I really gave up on Wikipedia because one stupid Bot cancels a real addition to an article about music. It's not that I change a Formula for Rocket Science. No, I was a big fan of Klaus Schulze and sent him a few letters, and in one answer letter he wrote me that. And as a fan of music I am happy to get some additional information, and I am certain others do appreciate this, too. Thus I started to add my comment. Now this was 2 years ago but since I got a message from a user of Wikipedia I fell on this page which I did not know and thus I releave myself of my anger. Do whatever you want.

Thursday, the 5th of January 2017 at 04:42:26 AM #107572
Miloustein (anonymous)

see above

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