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Michael Fahres

Michael Fahres
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Germany
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Sound artist and composer Michael Fahres was born on April 15, 1951 in Bamberg, Germany. From 1971 till 1973 he studied music, German language, theatre and philosophy. From 1973 he studied sonology with G.M. Koenig, W. Kaegi and O.E. Laske and composition with Peter Schat, Konrad Boehmer, Louis Andriessen and Ton de Leeuw. Since that time he has gone on to establish himself as one of the most prolific composers of new music. He is still living and working in Utrecht.
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Michael Fahres — The Tubes Michael Fahres — The Tubes
(Cold Blue Music CB0024, 2007, CD)

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