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Klaus Harmony

Klaus Harmony

Klaus Harmony


Klaus Harmony is a comic fictional composer of scores for 1970s and 1980s European adult movies. Created by UK soundtrack composer, Matthew Strachan (responsible for the theme music of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire), the character's life story is told though music, images and an extensive series of spoof biographical entries on a multimedia website. While the site itself contains no explicit content, the composer's life and works are presented by alluding to a fictional movie world complete with filmography Read more on Last.fm
Klaus Harmony is a comic fictional composer of scores for 1970s and 1980s European adult movies. Created by UK soundtrack composer, Matthew Strachan (responsible for the theme music of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire), the character's life story is told though music, images and an extensive series of spoof biographical entries on a multimedia website. While the site itself contains no explicit content, the composer's life and works are presented by alluding to a fictional movie world complete with filmography, discography, and numerous peripheral characters, including a biographer and musicologist. The music, released in the form of several volumes of "Klaus Harmony's complete works", is an elaborate and extensive pastiche of music for adult movies and even features idiosyncratic imperfections such as tape noise, vinyl crackle and dropouts. The individual tracks are largely instrumental and the style of music encompasses much of what would have been popular throughout Klaus Harmony's "career", incorporating Funk, Disco, Europop, and occasionally straying into styles more akin to 1960s and '70s Detective and Spy-Thriller movie scores.

Each of the tracks featured on the complete works are taken from the wider discography of Klaus Harmony, attributed to one of the several fictional movie soundtracks, and afforded sleeve notes, intentionally pretentious in tone. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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