Hans Reffert

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Hans Reffert
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Hans Reffert in 2007
Background information
Born19 July 1946
Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany
OriginGermany
Died21 February 2016 (aged 69)
Mannheim, Germany
GenresKrautrock
OccupationsMusician, guitarist
InstrumentsGuitar
Years active1960–2016
Associated actsGuru Guru
Flute & Voice
Sanfte Liebe
Zauberfinger
Schrammel & Slide
Chromatic Babylon
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Hans Reffert (19 July 1946 – 21 February 2016) was a German musician and composer. He was best known for his work with Guru Guru, Reffert was involved with a number of ensembles, including Flute & Voice, Zauberfinger, Sanfte Liebe and Schrammel & Slide.

Reffert studied guitar with Sigi Schwab and flute and composition in Mannheim. He also created commissioned works for the National Theatre Mannheim and other theaters, as well as for cinema and television productions.[1]

Reffert died in Mannheim on 21 February 2016. He was aged 69.

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