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Adelbert Von Deyen Biography

Adelbert Von Deyen is an electronic music composer and artist based in Berlin. He began working on his music in sessions with longtime friend Dieter Schütz in the 1970s. He was signed to Sky Records which released his first album "Sternzeit" (German for Stardate) in 1978. Sky Records released a total of nine Von Deyen albums between 1978 and 1987, eight solo albums and one collaboration with Schütz, "Inventions" (1983).



In 1991 Von Deyen, Schütz, and Ulla Witt formed the group Deja Vue, recording the album "Nightflight". Schütz's sudden death in September of that year caused the project to be shelved and Von Deyen put his music career on hold, concentrating on landscape painting instead.



In 1992 Von Deyen digitally remastered some of his works for Sky Records. The remastered version of "Atmosphere" (originally releasd as an LP in 1980) was released on CD that year as was a compilation album, "Sunset - The Best of Adelbert Von Deyen".



In 2003 Von Deyen launched his own record label and finally released the long-shelved "Nightflight" album. After receiving a synthesizer as a gift he resumed his own solo career, releasing "Painted Black" (2006) and "Roseg@rden" (2007).



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