Teutonic Sinusgesänge: The album “Cluster 71” is 50 years old

Of course, long before “Cluster 71”, German electronic music rose beguilingly into the airwaves. Their humorless creators were originally wrapped in laboratory coats. They wore their thin hair carefully parted. It took a composer like Stockhausen endless months in the 1950s to chirp out five-minute trends from his sine wave generator. The goal: “New Music”. Their representatives, in turn, wanted to have as little as possible to do with the machinations of the rebellious youth: the conscientious objectors in Berlin, the Joseph Beuys students in Düsseldorf.

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