German musicians who were born in 1932

Here are 10 famous musicians from Germany were born in 1932:

Bruno Schleinstein

Bruno Schleinstein (June 2, 1932 Berlin-August 11, 2010 Berlin) also known as Bruno S. was a German artist, musician, actor and visual artist.

Born into poverty, Bruno S. spent much of his early life in various institutions and was often subjected to physical and emotional abuse. Despite this, he showed artistic talent from a young age and eventually pursued a career in the arts.

Bruno S.'s breakthrough came in the 1970s, when he starred in Werner Herzog's film "The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser." He went on to appear in several other Herzog films, as well as in movies by other notable German directors such as Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Wim Wenders.

In addition to his work in film, Bruno S. was also a musician, known for his unique and experimental style. He released several albums throughout his career, including the critically acclaimed "Lilienthal" and "Männer, Frauen und Maschinen."

Throughout his life, Bruno S. struggled with mental health issues, which often translated into his art. His work is known for its raw and emotional quality, exploring themes of isolation, suffering, and redemption. Today, he is remembered as one of the most important and influential figures in German art and cinema.

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Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath (October 27, 1932 Jamaica Plain-February 11, 1963 London) otherwise known as Plath, Sylvia was a German poet, writer, novelist and author. She had two children, Nicholas Hughes and Frieda Hughes.

Plath is best known for her confessional style of poetry which explored themes such as death, depression, and personal relationships. Her most famous work, the novel "The Bell Jar" was published in 1963, just weeks before her suicide. Plath's writing reflected her struggles with mental illness and she is seen as an important figure in feminist literature. Despite her relatively short life, Plath's influence on contemporary literature endures to this day.

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Charles Paul Wilp

Charles Paul Wilp (September 15, 1932 Witten-January 2, 2005 Düsseldorf) a.k.a. Charles Wilp, Wilp, Charles or Charles M. Wilp was a German photographer, actor, artist, film editor and visual artist.

His albums: Charles Wilp fotografiert Bunny, Michelangelo in Space: The Bunny Remixes and Charles Wilp Fotografiert Bunny (remixed at Zero G).

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Nana Gualdi

Nana Gualdi (April 29, 1932 Basel-July 11, 2007 Sankt Ulrich am Pillersee) also known as Gualdi, Nana was a German singer. Her child is Thomas Menke.

Nana Gualdi began her singing career at the age of 16 as a member of the band "Bent Fabric and his Piano". She went on to release several successful singles in the 1950s and 1960s, including "So ist Paris", "Lieder, die die Liebe schreibt", and "Spiel noch einmal für mich, Habanero". In addition to her music career, Nana Gualdi also appeared in several films, including "Zwei Matrosen auf der Alm" and "Tiefe Wasser". She was known for her distinctive voice and her ability to sing in a variety of genres, including Schlager, jazz, and pop. Later in life, Nana Gualdi retired from music and worked as a hotelier in Austria.

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Alexander Goehr

Alexander Goehr (August 10, 1932 Berlin-) a.k.a. Goehr, Alexander is a German composer.

His discography includes: , , and New Music From Britain. Genres: Ballet, Opera and Contemporary classical music.

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Christiane Kubrick

Christiane Kubrick (May 10, 1932 Braunschweig-) also known as Christiane Harlan, Susanne Christian, Christiane Susanne Harlan or Christiane Harlan Kubrick is a German singer, actor, painter and dancer. She has three children, Vivian Kubrick, Anya Kubrick and Katharina Kubrick.

Christiane Kubrick married the famous filmmaker Stanley Kubrick in 1958 and remained married until Stanley's death in 1999. She appeared in several of his films including "Paths of Glory" and "Eyes Wide Shut". Christiane also contributed to the creation of the films, working as an art director and designing the famous "stargate" sequence in Stanley's acclaimed film "2001: A Space Odyssey".

Alongside her work in film, Christiane is also a talented artist and has exhibited her paintings in galleries in Germany and the United States. She has been a member of the Rote Gras society for artistic exchange since 1978. Additionally, Christiane has worked in theater and dance, and also recorded several albums as a singer.

Christiane continues to promote and preserve the legacy of her late husband Stanley Kubrick by assisting in the restoration of his films and participating in film festivals and exhibitions dedicated to his work.

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Susanne Lautenbacher

Susanne Lautenbacher (April 19, 1932 Augsburg-) is a German violinist.

Her discography includes: The Great Composers, Volume 6: Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, The Great Composers 14: Brahms: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77, The Art of the Violin, Volume 2, The Art of the Violin, Volume 1, L'arte del Violino, Op. 3 and The Great Composers, Volume 25: Vivaldi: The Four Seasons.

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Karl Ridderbusch

Karl Ridderbusch (May 29, 1932 Recklinghausen-June 21, 1997 Wels) otherwise known as Ridderbusch, Karl was a German singer.

His albums include Requiem in D minor, K. 626, , Tristan und Isolde (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Herbert von Karajan), Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125, Parsifal and Palestrina.

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Konrad Ruhland

Konrad Ruhland (February 19, 1932 Landau an der Isar-March 14, 2010) also known as Ruhland, Konrad was a German , .

His albums: .

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Wolfgang Reichmann

Wolfgang Reichmann (January 7, 1932 Bytom-May 7, 1991 Waltalingen) also known as Reichmann, Wolfgang was a German actor.

His albums include singt Chansons and Auf dem Jahrmarkt der bunten Träume.

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