Schwermütiger Frühling is the third track on the first disc FILM MUSIK from the box set SILVER EDITION (1993) by Klaus Schulze. It has 5 subtitles, which are no separate tracks to skip to. The German title translates Melancholic Spring or Melancholy Spring.


Recorded: Finished 13 January 1993, Hambühren

Composer(s): Klaus Schulze

Perfomer(s): Klaus Schulze


Schwermütiger Frühling has 5 subtitles, which are not displayed on any player, so you cannot skip to them.

  1. Schwermütiger Frühling (19:59)
    1. Nacht ist es (02:47) [German = Night it is]
    2. Der Affe Gottes:... (03:59) [German = The Ape of God:...]
    3. Götterdämmerung der alten Moral (04:11) [German = Twilight of the Gods of the Old Morality]
    4. Fanfare for the Evil Men (06:25)
    5. The Garden of Live Flowers (02:37)

All titles stem from works of Friedrich Nietzsche and Lewis Carroll.

This music was originally part of a soundtrack recording with the working title "Burgen und Schlösser" for a 3 part TV documentary about castles, churches and historic buildings in former East Germany called "Spurensicherung". Only small bits of the music was actuelly used in the films.