A Documentary Film About The German Organ Legend Klaus

Available October 28th

 

“As a big Klaus Wunderlich fan I could still learn new things about him. I like it very much!” -Florian Hutter “Beautiful and extraordinary. Klaus has deserved this appraisal above all” -Franz Lambert

Wunderlich

Two Danish filmmakers went on a journey to find the story

behind the bestselling electronic organist, Klaus Wunderlich.

 

This adventure led them to England, Germany and Denmark, where they were introduced to a whole new society –the organ world.

 

Klaus Wunderlich was a German electronic organist who sold more than 20 millions records.

 

He interpreted genres like classical music, operas and pop hits instrumentally on

electronic organs like Hammond and Wersi.

 

He was known for being a brilliant musician, a genius technician

and producer. And a bit eccentric.

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Contains photos and archive

clips never seen before

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Blu-Ray Limited Edition

Autograph card from the Klaus Wunderlich concert in Copenhagen in 1992 ( Replica )*

Wunderlich sticker and badge*

Two stickers from the K.W.A.S era (Replica )*

Klaus Wunderlich’ farewell letter to members of K.W.A.S(Replica )*

 

*Available only in Blu-Ray Limited Edition

*Also in DVD Limited Edition

 

*Can only be purchased at

the Duke Denver Film webshop

Available October 28th

Purchase on DVD or Blu-Ray limited edition Or stream it (only available in Scandinavia)

“Beautiful and extraordinary. Klaus has deserved this appraisal above all” -Franz Lambert “As a big Klaus Wunderlich fan I could still learn new things about him. I like it very much!” -Florian Hutter
Coming soon

Wunderlich

Two Danish filmmakers went on a journey to find the story behind the bestselling electronic organist, Klaus Wunderlich.

 

This adventure led them to England, Germany and Denmark, where they were introduced to a whole new society –the organ world.

 

Klaus Wunderlich was a German electronic organist who sold more than 20 millions records.

 

He interpreted genres like classical music, operas and pop hits instrumentally on

electronic organs like Hammond and Wersi.

 

He was known for being a brilliant musician, a genius technician

and producer. And a bit eccentric.

Blu-Ray Limited Edition

Autograph card from the Klaus Wunderlich concert in Copenhagen in 1992 ( Replica )*

Wunderlich sticker and badge*

Two stickers from the K.W.A.S era (Replica )*

Klaus Wunderlich’ farewell letter to members of K.W.A.S(Replica )*

*Available only in Blu-Ray Limited Edition

*Also in DVD Limited Edition

 

Stream Wunderlich

If you live in Scandinavia you have the opportunity to stream Wunderlich.

 

Here you can see which streaming services are available.

 

Available October 28th

Purchase on DVD or Blu-Ray limited edition Or stream it (only available in Scandinavia)

“Beautiful and extraordinary. Klaus has deserved this appraisal above all” -Franz Lambert “As a big Klaus Wunderlich fan I could still learn new things about him. I like it very much!” -Florian Hutter
Coming soon

Wunderlich

Two Danish filmmakers went on a journey to find the story

behind the bestselling electronic organist, Klaus Wunderlich.

 

This adventure led them to England, Germany and Denmark, where they were introduced to a whole new society –the organ world.

 

Klaus Wunderlich was a German electronic organist who sold more than 20 millions records.

 

He interpreted genres like classical music, operas and pop hits instrumentally on

electronic organs like Hammond and Wersi.

 

He was known for being a brilliant musician, a genius technician

and producer. And a bit eccentric.

Blu-Ray Limited Edition

Autograph card from the Klaus Wunderlich concert in Copenhagen in 1992 ( Replica )*

Wunderlich sticker and badge*

Two stickers from the K.W.A.S era (Replica )*

Klaus Wunderlich’ farewell letter to members of K.W.A.S(Replica )*

 

*Available only in Blu-Ray Limited Edition

*Also in DVD Limited Edition

 

Stream Wunderlich