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  1. Mar 31,  · Ferndorf is the fourth studio album by avant-garde musician Hauschka, released on October 7, The album features more electronic and instrumental overdubs than previous efforts, while still retaining the prepared piano sound Hauschka is usually associated with. On release, it received generally positive reviews from critics.4/5(1).
  2. Though each of the album's songs are self-contained, Bertelmann's concerns sometimes suggest narrative connections; the startling "Nature Fights Back," the synth battle of "Familiar Things Disappear," and the reflective "Trees Exist Only in Books" play like a musical triptych of the world consuming itself.8/
  3. Mar 31,  · ‎Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Trees Only Exist in Books 9 We Live a Thousand Years 10 Egos Are Detached (Bonus Track) ℗ Temporary Residence Ltd. Also Available in iTunes More By Hauschka See All. Lion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Silfra Ferndorf Released on: March 31,
  4. What If by Hauschka, released 31 March 1. I Can't Find Water 2. Constant Growth Fails 3. My Kids Live On Mars 4. I Need Exile 5. I Can't Express My Deep Love 6. Nature Fights Back 7. Familiar Things Disappear 8. Trees Only Exist In Books 9. We Live a Thousand Years Egos Are Detached (Bonus Track) Knowledge Is Passed On (Bonus Track) Since , Volker Bertelmann – aka Hauschka.
  5. Hauschka Volker Bertelmann – aka Hauschka – is a purveyor of imaginative, distinctive, prepared piano music. What If, released 31 March 1. I Can't Find Water 2. Constant Growth Fails 3. My Kids Live On Mars 4. I Need Exile 5. I Can't Express My Deep Love 6. Nature Fights Back 7. Familiar Things Disappear 8. Trees Only Exist In Books 9.
  6. Trees Only Exist in Books By Hauschka. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Trees Only Exist in Books. Featured on What If. More by Hauschka. Gut gegen Nordwind (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) RE-DEBUSSY. A Different Forest.
  7. Mar 23,  · Stream Hauschka's Forthcoming Album, "My Kids Live on Mars," "Nature Fights Back" and "Trees Only Exist in Books." The dense weave of .
  8. Since the release of his debut album, Substantial, in , Volker Bertelmann – aka Hauschka – has, slowly but surely, earned a remarkable reputation as a purveyor of imaginative, distinctive, prepared piano music. This isn’t, to be fair, a heavily populated field, but it’s one he’s made his own, and while some might have dismissed his work early on as a novelty, Bertelmann has.

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