A Bavarian jazz-pop music group led by Hans-Jürgen Buchner, Haindling released some pretty successful albums from the first ’80s and in addition contributed soundtracks to more information on German film and tv productions. The band’s design of jazz-pop includes components of Bavarian volksmusik, including vocabulary unique towards the southern area of Bavaria, and spectacular instruments tend to be utilized by the bandmembers, specifically Buchner. The lineup of Haindling continued to be mostly set up over time: Buchner (vocals, saxophone, tenor horn, tuba, klavier, key pad, electric guitar, percussion), Heinz-Josef Braun (bass, tuba), Michael Braun (saxophone, trumpet, tenor horn, key pad, percussion, vocals), Peter Enderlein (drums, percussion), Rainer Kürvers (keyboards, tenor horn), and Roald Raschner (klavier, keyboards, acoustic guitar, vocals). Heinz-Josef Braun and Kürvers exited the music group in 1999 and had been changed by Wolfgang Gleixner (bass, tuba, acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals) and Reinhold Hoffmann (key pad, tenor horn, saxophone, oboe); Raschner exited 2004, changed by Michael Ruff (keyboards, klavier). Haindling was founded by Buchner, who was simply born Dec 27, 1944, in Bernau bei Berlin, Brandenburg. He relocated to Regensburg, Bavaria, as a kid and was raised in Niederwinkling, a city within the Niederbayern (i.e., southern Bavaria) area. Upon the conclusion of his initial schooling, he continued to review ceramics, eventually generating a master’s level in 1965 at age group 21 and starting a pottery business in close by city of Straubing thereafter. Buchner continued to be focused on this career route for 17 years, until he made a decision to turn into a professional musician in 1982. Heretofore a hobbyist, he were able to indication a recording agreement with Polydor, that he and his music group recorded some albums: Haindling 1 (1982), Stilles Potpourri (1984), Spinn I (1985), Meuterei (1986), Höhlenmalerei (1987), Muh (1989), and 7 (1991), accompanied by a set of best-of compilations, Speck (1982-1992) (1992) and Schrilles Potpourri (1993). In this same period, Haindling started dealing with Franz Xaver Bogner, a Bavarian article writer/movie director with whom the music group worked consistently over time: the music group contributed soundtracks towards the director’s tv series Irgendwie und Sowieso (1985-1986), Zur Freiheit (1987-1988), and Café Meineid (1990-2003). Haindling came back to industry in 1993 with Haindling, the to begin many albums for BMG (Weiss, 1995; Perlen, 1996; Zwischenlandung, 1998; Filmmusik, 2000; Tigerenten-Liederchen, 2001; Karussell, 2002; Vivaldi & Vier Jahreszeiten, 2004), many of which charted. The music group continuing its soundtrack are well, adding soundtracks to movies by Bogner (Madame Bäurin, 1993; Das Ewige Lied, 1997; Einmal Leben, 1999), Julian Pölsler (Der Schandfleck, 1999; Polt Muss Weinen, 2000; Blumen für Polt, 2001; Himmel, Polt und Hölle, 2002; Polterabend, 2003), and Douglas Wolfsperger (Heirate Mir! — Die Braut und Ihr Totengräber, 1999; Bellaria: Therefore Lange Wir Leben (2001); Die Blutritter (2003); War’n Sie Schonmal in Mich Verliebt?, 2004).