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-'''Sig(g)i Schwab''', real name '''Siegfried''', is an outstanding [[German people|German]] [[guitar]] player and teacher, having performed on more than 16,000 recordings for film, television, and as an accompanist to various artists. He plays in a wide variety of styles, including [[baroque guitar|baroque]] and [[jazz guitar|jazz]].+'''Sig(g)i Schwab''', real name '''Siegfried''', is an outstanding [[German people|German]] [[guitar]] player and teacher, having performed on more than 16,000 recordings for film, television, and as an accompanist to various artists. He plays in a wide variety of styles, including [[baroque guitar|baroque]] and [[jazz guitar|jazz]]. He worked with [[Manfred Hübler]].
-==With Manfred Hübler ==+
-Daneben komponierte Sigi Schwab Fernseh-, Film- und Bühnenmusiken. Seine zusammen mit [[Manfred Hübler]] im Berlin der späten 1960er Jahre produzierten LPs ''Psychedelic Dance Party'' und ''Sexadelic'' dienten 1971 als Musik der [[Jesus Franco|Jesus-Franco]]-Filme ''[[Der Teufel kam aus Akasava]], [[Vampyros Lesbos – Erbin des Dracula]]'' und ''Sie tötete in Ekstase''. 1995 wurden die beiden Platten auf einer CD zusammengeführt; 1997 fand der Titel „The Lions & The Cucumber“ in [[Quentin Tarantino|Quentin Tarantinos]] Film ''[[Jackie Brown]]'' Verwendung; 2006 wurde die Mehrzahl der Tracks auf ''Vampyros Lesbos – Sexadelic Dance Party'' wiederveröffentlicht. +
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Sig(g)i Schwab, real name Siegfried, is an outstanding German guitar player and teacher, having performed on more than 16,000 recordings for film, television, and as an accompanist to various artists. He plays in a wide variety of styles, including baroque and jazz. He worked with Manfred Hübler.




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