Klaus Harmony, "The Mozart of Erotic Film," was born in Baden, Germany, in 1941.
[He] was the foremost German composer of erotik film scores in the 1970’s, crafting music for over nine classic movies in just thirteen years. In collaboration with filmmaker and long time friend, Friedrich Wohlfäht, he expanded and thrust the genre beyond its known limits.
Link to a website with many mp3s of his work, with much wakka-chikka-wakka-chikkage, and refreshingly candid pornomuzik album titles like "Who Needs Dialogue?" (Thanks, Susannah Breslin!)
Reader comment: Craig Hollinshead says,
If Klaus Harmony was the Mozart of erotic film music, then Gert
Wilden was the Beethoven of such music...or Bach...or maybe W. Axl
Rose, who knows. Anyway: Link 1, Link 2, Link 3
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