Linzer Stahlsinfonie is the first track on the twenty-fourth disc STAHLSINFONIE from the box set JUBILEE EDITION (1997) by Klaus Schulze. The German title translates Steel Symphony Of Linz.


Recorded: 8 September 1980, Linz, Austria

Composer(s): Klaus Schulze, Tommy Betzler

Performer(s): Klaus Schulze, Tommy Betzler


Linzer Stahlsinfonie has three subdivisions and 6 subtitles, though they are no separate tracks to skip to.

  1. Linzer Stahlsinfonie (59:58)
    1. Das Glühnde Erz (07:11) [German = The Glowing Ore]
    2. Wie Aus Offnem Höllenrachen (06:50) [German = ?How To Open Hell Crack?]
    3. Schwingt Den Hammer, Schwingt! (07:55) [German = Swing The Hammer, Swing!]
    4. Nun Kann Der Guss Beginnen (05:35) [German = Now The Casting Can Begin]
    5. Flackernd Steigt Die Feuersäule (21:03) [German = Flickering The Fire Column Rises]
    6. Glücklich Ist Die Form Gefüllt (11:24) [German = Fortunately The Form Is Filled]

The three subdivisions are:

  • A. Largo (subtitles 1 & 2)
  • B. Presto (subtitles 3-5)
  • C. Adagio (subtitle 6)

Linzer Stahlsinfonie was reissued on ULTIMATE EDITION and as a bonus DVD on DIG IT, where it is slightly longer.


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