Lautenquintett is the fourth track on the twenty-eighth album by Klaus Schulze, GOES CLASSIC (1994). It is a combination of different classical music themes.
Recorded: from 1991 until March 1993
Composer(s): Klaus Schulze, Franz Schubert, Nikolaij Rimski-Korsakov, Claude Daquin, Camille Saint-Saens
Perfomer(s): Klaus Schulze, Werner Eggert
Lautenquintett (German=Quintet for Lute) is featured as a Klaus Schulze composition, though it is losely based on the classical pieces "Der Hummelflug/Fly of the Bumble Bee" (Rimsky-Korssakoff), "Der Karneval der Tiere/The Carnival of the Animals" (Saint-Saens), "Forellenquintett/The Trout" (Schubert) and "Le Coucou/The Cookoo" (Daquin).
It has 4 subtitles:
- Lautenquintett (10:53)
- Rondeau (Reprise)
- GOES CLASSIC (1994) - (10:53)
- MIDI KLASSIK (2012) - (10:53) [vinyl reissue]