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Ralf Hildenbeutel - Wunderland Album

  • Performer: Ralf Hildenbeutel
  • Title: Wunderland
  • Size MP3 ver: 1250 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1546 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2010
  • Style: Modern Classical, Ambient
  • # Catalog: RANCD005-2
  • Label: Rebecca & Nathan
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic / Classical
Ralf Hildenbeutel - Wunderland Album


1The Feast3:27
3We See Sea2:01
5The Spirits That I Called
Theremin – Dorit Chrysler
6The Late Prolog1:10
7Morn In The Meadow1:33
8Slowly Falling Leaves, Red, Green, Golden...
Voice – Richard van Weyden
9Merry Goes Round1:25
11We Remember2:38
12From Elsewhere
Voice – Nadine Renneisen


  • Artwork [Cover Art]Sonja Sofia Yakovleva
  • CelloKatrin Prenz
  • Composed By, Producer, PerformerRalf Hildenbeutel
  • Engineer [String Recording]Helfried Wildenhain
  • ViolinSaskia Wildenhain
  • Violin, ViolaCordula Wildenhain


C & P 2010 Rebecca & Nathan
Issued in a Digipak.


  • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 16512 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 807297165128
  • Matrix / Runout: HOA252235 - www.hofa.de
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL21
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 062B
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 18395


  • Published By – Edition Incantare
  • Distributed By – Intergroove
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rebecca & Nathan
  • Copyright (c) – Rebecca & Nathan


Comments (1)

Ralf Hildenbeutel produced some great electronic music (ambient and trance) during its peak back in the 90s. But a lot has changed in electronic music since the turn of the century, and many who made good music in the mid 90s returned a decade later with junk, or failed to innovate. The electronic music market in general, in every genre, is full to the brim of uninspired junk these days, and many once-good artists have seemingly lost their way. This is the backdrop.

Wunderland came to me as a great surprise and has really been an enormous breath of fresh air. To a landscape saturated in monotonous music that's become devoid of soul and lost its magic, Wunderland, living up to its name, brings a super-abundance of both. Ralf Hildenbeutel was clearly able to innovate and talented enough to create something unique and rarified in a way that the vast majority of others involved in electronic music have not.

The undiscriminating masses may overlook this or not care for it, but for me, I'd happily delete entire labels worth of their boring junk and this is one that I will treasure.

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