Warsaw (Halina) is the second track on the sixteenth album by Klaus Schulze, DZIEKUJE POLAND (1983). Warsaw is the capital city of Poland, where Schulze and Rainer Bloss played live in 1983.


Recorded: July 1983

Composer(s): Klaus Schulze

Perfomer(s): Klaus Schulze, Rainer Bloss (keyboards)

Alternate Title(s): Warszawa [Polish spelling]

Alternative Version(s): Tango-Saty [partly], Peg Leg Dance [partly]


The prominent melody of Tango-Saty from AUDENTITY (1983) can be found in this live track. Peg Leg Dance from JUBILEE EDITION (1997) is a quite similar live track from 1982.

On the 2006 reissue the additional female name behind the track title was left out.

This track was (probably partly) used for:

  • the Polish tv play "Sketches from the Man without Qualities"
  • the German underground videos "Streng verboten" and "Fast gestattet"
  • a French tv documentary about child abuse (2004)


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