Edgar Froese, founding member of influential German electronic music band Tangerine Dream, died Tuesday in Vienna. He was 70.
R.I.P.: Edgar Froese, Founder of Synth-Rock Pioneers Tangerine Dream Dead at Age 70.
Sad news today as electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream have announced that founding member Edgar Froese has passed away at age 70. Froese died on Tuesday suddenly from the effects of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna. The band wrote the following through their official Facebook page: The sadness in our hearts is immensely. Edgar once said: […]
Edgar Froese, whose band Tangerine Dream crafted an ambient and futuristic sound that set the stage for generations of electronic artists, has died, his son said Friday. He was 70. Trained as a sculptor, the German multi-instrumentalist shocked the musical world in the early 1970s by using...
Edgar Froese, pioneer of electronic, experimental, and other-worldly music, has died at age 70. On the Tangerine Dream Facebook page, the surviving band members state the following. “This is a message to you we are very sorry for … On...Show More Summary
Edgar Froese—who, as founder and stable center of Tangerine Dream, crafted sounds that inspired generations of electronic music artists—has died at the age of 70. According to a message posted on the Tangerine Dream website, Froese “suddenly and unexpectedly passed away from the effects of a pulmonary embolism” this past Tuesday. Show More Summary
Marilynne Robinson praises his idiosyncratic brilliance, claiming the long prose poem about cosmology he wrote in the last year of his life, Eureka, was “so full of intuitive insight that neither his contemporaries nor subsequent generations, at least until the late twentieth century, could make any sense of it”: Its very brilliance made it an […]
Edgar Froese—founding member of the vastly influential German band Tangerine Dream and a remarkable soundtrack composer and ambient musician—passed away January 20 in Vienna from a pulmonary embolism. He was 70. As keyboardist for Tangerine...Show More Summary
Edgar Froese, founding member of influential German electronic music band Tangerine Dream, died Tuesday in Vienna, Austria, of a pulmonary embolism at age 70, according to the band's official website.
Edgar Froese, founder of legendary and influential electronic music pioneers Tangerine Dream, has died. As Exclaim points out, a message on the band’s Facebook page today announced that Froese passed away suddenly today in Vienna due to a pulmonary embolism. He was 70. Froese founded Tangerine Dream in 1967 and was the only permanent member. [...]
Dear Friends, This is a message to you we are very sorry for... On January 20th, Tuesday afternoon, Edgar Froese suddenly and unexpectedly passed away from the effects of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna. The sadness in our hearts is....
Pioneering electronic musician suffered a pulmonary embolism.
From Tangerine Dream’s Facebook page: Dear Friends, This is a message to you we are very sorry for… On January 20th, Tuesday afternoon, Edgar Froese suddenly and unexpectedly passed away from the effects of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna. The...Show More Summary
The Mystery Writers of America have revealed the nominees for this year’s Edgar Awards. The annual prize is named after beloved writer Edgar Allan Poe, awarded to the best authors in the mystery genre since 1945. These awards recognize the...Show More Summary
Edgar "Shoboy" Setelo started in that slot Thursday, with Nina Hajian as his music and lifestyle commentator.
They've announced the 2015 Edgar® nominees -- crime fiction, with none of the finalists under review at the complete review.
Edgar Degas? 1885 oil on canvas, Scène de ballet, is to be offered at the Impressionist & Modern Art auction on 3 February 2015 at Bonhams New Bond Street. The work, a wonderful example of Degas? ground-breaking work in the mid-1880s, is estimated at £2,500,000-3,500,000. Show More Summary
The Mystery Writers of America have announced the finalists for the 2015 Edgars, or more formally, the Edgar Allen Poe Awards. The awards, which celebrate writing for print and screen, will be presented at a gala ceremony in New York on April 29.
Sheila writes: It was Edgar Allan Poe's 206th birthday on January 19, and I came across an old post on Open Culture featuring a couple of cool clips, one being Christopher Walken reading Poe's poem "The Raven," and the other being the 1953 Oscar-nominated animated short of Poe's story "The Tell-Tale Heart," narrated by James Mason. Show More Summary
On this day in 1949 J. Edgar Hoover gave Shirley Temple a tear gas fountain pen.