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Type: Composer
Nationality: German
Date of Birth: 08/04/1947


 

Klaus Schulze Quotes > Every music - except dance...

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Every music - except dance music, which is for dancing, I suppose - is for the spirit of the human being, and not for the body.
Klaus Schulze
About: Spirit, Dance, Music

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