Here is something that might be of interest to the German fans. On September 10, the 1979 TV series, Das verbotene Spiel, will finally get a release on DVD.
Edgar Froese produced the rather fine soundtrack for the series, which is a children's sci-fi story, set in the 22nd century, where playing is forbidden, because in a world without competion or individuality, all people are equal. To educate the kids about the ideal society they live in, time travels to the past are made, to all sorts of eras, like "era of the plague" or the 1970's "era of the dying fishes". During the travel to that era, the three kids Jet, Jer, Asa and their teacher Gen accidentally approaches a puppet theatre group, that ignites their desire to play and be like children used to be. When they return to the 22nd century they face a difficult time.
I've actually already had the pleasure of watching this series, thanks to a very friendly TD fan from Germany, and I found it rather interesting, despite of its low-budgetness.
Found this intro on Youtube, where the sound is missing (unfortunately).
In 2006, a 4½ minute music excerpt of Edgar Froese's score was featured on the fan release Tangerine Tree Volume 80: Assorted Secrets 4. Unfortunately, the source was not good.