Featuring some of Schiller’s most restrained, stripped-down production output, the largely dreamlike "Sehnsucht" is formatted like his other studio albums, with vocal and instrumental tracks both part of the makeup. However, several tracks are ambient in the truest sense, consisting strictly of atmospheric wash and no beats. The album features collaboration with several established artists like Xavier Naidoo, Jaël, Kim Sanders, and Klaus Schulze among others.
Live Erleben is the first live album from German electronical musician, composer and producer Christopher von Deylen under his Schiller alias. As with Sehnsucht Live, the performances on Live Erleben often add a little dramatic flair to their studio-album counterparts, thought the mood remains relaxing. The highlights here tend to feature vocal collaborations, as heard on “Delicately Yours” and “Distance” (both with Kim Sanders), “The Smile” (with Sarah Brightman), and “I’ve Seen It All” (with Maya Saban), and plenty of in-rhythm handclaps from the audience. The album achieved gold status in Germany in 2016.
"Tag Und Nacht", like other Schiller studio albums before it, balances dancefloor material with lush, downtempo electronica. Once again, the majority of the tracks are instrumental, while a handful are full-blown songs with spoken word poetry and ethereal guest vocalists; Culture Beat's Kim Sanders returns, but the highest profile collaboration is with electronic music pioneer Mike Oldfield on "Morgentau." The mood here tends to fall somewhere between tranquil and somber: it can be enjoyed as a deep listening experience or left unobtrusively in the background.
A comprehensive survey of classical music - for the casual listener, this might be all the classical music you need in your collection; for others this provides a starting point for further exploration. Unlike many collections of this sort, most of these 30 discs contain performances by some of biggest names in classical music. Included are: Bach's Complete Brandenburg Concertos; Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons"; Beethoven's Symphonies 5 and 9, plus the Piano Concertos #4 and 5; Symphonies by Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Mahler and Brahms; concertos by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, and Mendelssohn; music by Ravel, Handel, Gershwin, Debussy, Moussorgsky.
Jakub Fijak was born in 1992 (Jelenia Góra, Poland). He is a paramedic and creator of electronic music. The main inspiration takes from the artists like Schiller, Enigma or Mike Oldfield. This album tells the story about miracles of this world.