music by deuterNew Earth Records offers the definitive, official collection of music by Deuter, the German musician who has pioneered New Age Music for over 40 years, connecting East and West in ways that few other artists ever have. Born in postwar Germany, Deuter taught himself the guitar and just about ever instrument he could get his hands on, though it wasn’t until after a near-fatal car crash in his early twenties that he decided to pursue a career in music. Over the years, Deuter has continued to master a vast array of instruments. Music by Deuter now includes flutes, shakuhachi, guitar, banjo, sitar, santoor, piano, cello, tibetan bells, koto, bouzouki, keyboards, and viola da gamba. He has recorded and released over 60 albums, all the while never ceasing to explore new frequencies and resonances.


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Deuter’s Biography

His first release in 1970, simply entitled D, was to become a modern classic. D marked the beginning of Deuter’s spiritual and musical journey, ostensibly paving the way for a new genre of music known as “New Age”, which combined acoustic and electronic elements with ethnic instrumentation and nature sounds, such as whale and bird songs, the open sea, and wind in the trees.

Deuter has recorded and released over 60 albums and has sold millions around the world. All the while, Deuter has never ceased to explore new frequencies and resonances. “One thing that is important for me is that I love dancing on the edge of the unknown—to play around and open doors I haven’t walked through before,” says Deuter. It is this very outlook that has kept music by Deuter at the forefront of musical evolution for over 40 years.

Deuter lives and works in the mountains outside of Sante Fe, New Mexico, creating the contemplative, healing music he’s become known for today. His most recent albums include the compilation Eternity: Notes from a Planet, an album of nature sounds he recorded himself, and the upcoming Reiki Hands of Love, an offering for the powerful healing art of reiki.


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