Hans-Jürgen Buchner

Haindling is a Bavarian band, founded in 1983 by Hans-Jürgen Buchner. The band specializes in Bavarian world music, a mixture of all kinds of different musical styles such as pop, rock, folk, ambient, jazz and classical music. Most of the songs are written in Bavarian language, and Haindling is famous for instrumentals and film scores composed by Hans-Jürgen Buchner. The name of the band derives from the small village Haindling within the town of Geiselhöring in Lower Bavaria where Hans-Jürgen Buchner resides in an old inn.

DescriptionEdit

Haindling has composed music for television series and theatrical movies, including Irgendwie und Sowieso, Zur Freiheit, Café Meineid, Der Kaiser von Schexing, Der Schandfleck, Bavaria, Margarete Steiff, among others.

MembersEdit

  • Hans-Jürgen Buchner (founder, composer, songwriter, sax, trumpet, keyboards, guitar, percussion, vocals)
  • Michael Braun (sax, trumpet, tp, mellophone, keyboards, percussion, vocals)
  • Peter Enderlein (drums, percussion)
  • Wolfgang Gleixner (bass, percussion, vocals)
  • Reinhold Hoffmann (keyboards, sax, oboe, mellophone, vocals)
  • Michael Ruff (keyboards)

AlbumsEdit

  1. Haindling 1 (1982, Polydor)
  2. Stilles Potpourri (1984, Polydor) (D# 32)
  3. Spinn i (1985, Polydor)
  4. Meuterei (1986, Polydor)
  5. Höhlenmalerei (1987, Polydor)
  6. Muh (1989, Polydor) (D# 68)
  7. 7 (1991, Polydor)
  8. Haindling (1993, BMG Ariola)
  9. Weiß (1995, BMG Ariola) (D# 43)
  10. Perlen (1996 BMG Ariola)
  11. Zwischenlandung (1998, BMG Ariola) (D# 41)
  12. Tigerentenliederchen (2000, BMG Ariola)
  13. Filmmusik (2000, BMG Ariola) (D# 85)
  14. Karussell (2002, BMG Ariola) (D# 45)
  15. Vivaldi & Vier Jahreszeiten (2004, BMG Ariola)
  16. Ein Schaf denkt nach (2009, Ariola/Sony Music)

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Michael Braun: Meine wilde Zeit mit Haindling. Rosenheimer Verlagshaus 2007, ISBN 978-3-475-53881-0

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