Changing Images

Real Name:
Martin Kornberger & Volker Kuhn
In 1979, Martin Kornberger (Keyboards) and Volker Kuhn (Guitars, Keyboards) met each other, deciding to work together on musical ideas. After several cassette albums they finally released their debut-CD The Castle in 1991 introducing the new project name Changing Images and following the electronic/symphonic style of progressive music of the 70th decade. Their second CD, Virtuality was released in 1992 and was - close to the concept - characterized by electronic elements and sequencer lines. Martin, a keyboard and synth specialist with the background of classical piano education, combines in his dense arrangements electronic, rhythmic orientated music with symphonic/classical elements. Volker works with E- and A-guitars and uses MIDI-guitar controlled synths. He combines - musically in the tradition of Robert Fripp an Brian Eno - expressive guitar lines with ambient- and minimal-music atmospheres. Both musical characters complement each other and know how to evoke melodic-rhythmic but also gloomy, oppressive scenarios within their complex arrangements with have the characteristics of varied soundtracks - or just: changing images.


FGBG 4044.AR Changing Images - The Castle album art Changing Images The Castle (Album) Musea FGBG 4044.AR France 1991 Sell This Version
LS-92003-CD Changing Images - Virtuality album art Changing Images Virtuality(CD, Album) Lektronic Soundscapes LS-92003-CD Spain 1992 Sell This Version
CI003 Changing Images - The Art Of Dreaming album art Changing Images The Art Of Dreaming(CD, Album) Not On Label (Changing Images Self-released) CI003 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
CI004 Changing Images - S.E.T.I. album art Changing Images S.E.T.I.(CD, Album) Not On Label (Changing Images Self-released) CI004 Germany 1999 Sell This Version