|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Electronic Works||3||Audio||BV Haast Records|
|2||In Illo Tempore||9||Audio||1990||BV Haast Records|
|3||Position - Il Combattimento - Ouroboros||3||Audio||2004||BV Haast Records|
|4||In Illo Tempore / Je Vis- Je Meurs||3||Audio||1987||pläne|
|5||New Music By Konrad Boehmer||3||Audio||1979||BV Haast Records|
|6||Aspekt / Cry Of This Earth / Apocalipsis Cum Figuris||3||Audio||BV Haast Records|
|7||The Piano Works||8||Audio||2001||BV Haast Records|
|8||Woutertje Pieterse + Song From Afar||16||Audio||1994||BV Haast Records|
Konrad Boehmer (born 24 May 1941 in Berlin, Germany; died 4 October 2014 in Amsterdam, Netherlands) studied composition with Gottfried Michael Koenig (1959-61) and philosophy, sociology and musicology at the University of Cologne, writing his doctoral thesis on the theory of open form in new music. From 1961-1963 he worked at the electronic music studios of West German Broadcasting Company (WDR) in Köln.
In 1966 he moved to the Netherlands and worked until 1968 at the Institute of Sonology at Utrecht University. He then became music editor of the Dutch weekly newspaper Vrij Nederland and in 1972 professor of music at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, where since 1994 he has been director of the Institute of Sonology.