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  • Achleitner, Hubert
    Hubert von Goisern's civil name
  • Alpine Sabine

    Sabine Kapfinger's stage name during the Alpinkatzen time. Pronounced "Alpeena Sabeena"
  • Alpinkatzen


    Hubert's band for four years (1991-1994), the Alpine Cats. The members were: Sabine Kapfinger (vocals), Stefan Engel (keyboards), Wolfgang Maier (drums and percussion) and Reinhard Stranzinger (guitar). See Alpinkatzen
  • Amadeus, Rambo

    Serbian musician; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007; guest in Ulm on the 2008 tour. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Antwerp Gypsy Ska Orkestra
    Belgian Band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • BAP



    Rock band from Cologne, Germany; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. In 2005 HvG appeared as a guest artist on the BAP album Dreimal Zehn Jahre - song: Rita mir zwei. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009 and BAP & HvG
  • Bechtloff, Bernd

    Drummer and percussionist on Inexil, Fön, Trad, Iwasig and Trad II. Member of Hubert's touring band 2001-2004. See Bernd Bechtloff
  • Bernstein, Bob

    Pedal steel player from the USA. Member of the band on the Tour 2015 and Federn Tour 2016. See Bob Bernstein
  • Bisovsky, Susanne

    Fashion designer responsible for some of HvG's band's stage clothes. See Ever Steeper
  • Besh o droM

    Hungarian band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Bil Aka Kora

    Singer from Burkina Faso. Has played with HvG in Burkina Faso, Bad Ischl, Vienna and at the Festival au Desert, Mali
  • Blümel, Wolfgang

    Guitarist on the Fön/Trad Tour 2001, replacing Helmut Punzenberger. See Wolfgang Blümel
  • Calließ, Ingrid
    Violist on Gombe
  • Chönden, Jamjang
    Member of TIPA. Singer, flautist and Tibetan lute player on Inexil
  • Craffonara, Maria
    Violinist and singer on the Linz Europe Tour 2007. See Maria Craffonara
  • Daulne, Marie

    Guest artist from Belgium and lead singer of Zap Mama; performed with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Drasch, Monika

    Singer/violinist/yodeller on Fön and Trad II, also appeared in the Trad II film. Member of band for Trad II tour in 2004. See Monika Drasch
  • Druzina

    Slovakian band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Ebner, Sabine
    Violinist on Gombe
  • Edwards, Karen
    Singer on Iwasig
  • Engel, Stefan

    Keyboard player with the Alpinkatzen. Also contributed to HvG's later projects. See Stefan Engel
  • Fahrner, Christian "Balou"
    Technical manager and monitor at the live concerts
  • Feldbacher, Katharina
    Cellist on Gombe
  • Feller, Harald
    Responsible for all real organ passages on the Schlafes Bruder soundtrack
  • Fishell, Steve

    Pedal steel player from the USA. Member of the band on Tour 2014. Guest musician on Federn. See Steve Fishell
  • Frauenlob, Burkhard

    Keyboarder player and pianist on Fön; accompanied HvG on tour 2001-2003; played on Iwasig, Trad, Trad II and Federn. See Burkhard Frauenlob
  • Friedl, Robert
    Saxophonist on Fön.
  • Ganes

    Solo project from HvG's singers Marlene Schuen, Elisabeth Schuen and Maria Moling. See Ganes
  • Gedeck, Martina

    Actress who played the title role in Hubert von Goisern's acting debut Hölleisengretl. See Hölleisengretl
  • Goodall, Jane


    British chimpanzee behavioural scientist whom HvG befriended. The album Gombe comes from HvG's visit to the national park in Africa. The documentary Von Goisern nach Gombe was made. See Africa
  • Graf, Andrea
    Singer on Federn
  • Grasberger, Agnes
    Violinist with the Fön tour. See Agnes Grasberger
  • Groza, Loredana
    Romanian artist; performed with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Haindling

    German band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Hank, Sabina

    Singer and musician from Salzburg. HvG produced her 2011 album Liebesfarben. See Liebesfarben
  • Haydamaky

    Ukrainian band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Hehenberger, Erich
    Double bass player on Inexil
  • Hein, Hage
    Hubert von Goisern's manager and managing director at Blanko Musik
  • Hohtraxlecker Sprungschanznmusi



    Folk group from Bad Ischl. Their CD Schanzn Frei was produced by Hubert von Goisern. The group plays on Trad and some members appeared in Hubert von Goisern Trad II. See Hohtraxlecker Sprungschanznmusi. The group played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Höller, Burgi

    Violinist who joined Fön tour in autumn 2001; singer and violinist on Trad II. See Burgi Höller
  • Höller, Klaus


    Fashion designer, who designed the Alpinkatzen and Linz Europe Tour stage clothes, as well as a fashion collection together with Hubert von Goisern. See Klaus Höller
  • Mazurek, Tanja
    Singer on Federn
  • Miss, Farina
    Singer on Federn
  • Höller, Walpurga
    See Burgi Höller
  • HvG
    See Hubert von Goisern
  • Iberer, Sylvia
    Violinist on Inexil
  • Jones, Courtney
    Drummer on Inexil
  • Juda, Iris
    Violinist on Inexil
  • Ka, Sabine
    See Sabine Kapfinger
  • Kapfinger, Sabine

    "Larynx acrobat" and singer with the Alpinkatzen. Solo career since 2001 as Zabine. See Sabine Kapfinger
  • Karandila


    Bulgarian band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 and the Linz Europe Harbour Festival; guest appearance in Ulm on the 2008 tour. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Klangholz

    Austrian band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Klaus Doldinger's Passport

    Guest band from Germany; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008 and the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Klebel, Barbara
    Violinist on Inexil
  • Koreck, Claudia


    Singer from Bavaria, Germany; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Köster/Hocker

    Gerd Köster and Frank Hocker - Guest artists from Germany; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Lackner, David

    Keyboarder on S'NIX. Member of the band for the Linz Europe Tour 2007-09 and S'NIX-Tour 2008-09. See David Lackner
  • Lässer, Max

    Guitarist and strings player on Trad II; member of Trad II tour band; played with HvG at the Festival au Desert appearance 2005. See Max Lässer
  • Lhamo, Passang



    Member of TIPA. Singer on Inexil; appeared at Songs an einem Sommerabend with Hubert in 1998. Was most recently part of the Sounds of Tibet concert, presented by Hubert von Goisern and Tseten Zöchbauer in Graz, 2002. See Tibet
  • Lindner, Arnulf


    Bass player on Fön and the following tour. Played on Trad II and as part of the Trad II tour band; played with HvG at the Festival au Desert appearance 2005. Played double bass on S'NIX. See Arnulf Lindner
  • Lins, Daniel

    Played Peter as a child in Schlafes Bruder, and was the boy featured in the audience in Wia die Zeit vergeht. See Schlafes Bruder
  • Los Hermanos Martinez

    Dutch band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Maier, Wolfgang

    Drummer with the Alpinkatzen. Contributed to the Schlafes Bruder soundtrack. Most recently played on Iwasig. See Wolfgang Maier
  • Malorny, Gerhild
    Managing director at Blanko Musik
  • Marchant, Sarah

    Webmistress for Hubert von Goisern's official web site: www.hubertvongoisern.com
  • Mayer, Roland
    Drummer for HvG in 1998. See Songs an einem Sommerabend
  • Moling, Maria

    Singer and percussionist on S'NIX; singer on Federn. Member of the band for the Linz Europe Tour 2007-09 and S'NIX-Tour 2008-09. See Maria Moling
  • Moser, Ingrid
    Singer on Fön
  • Mounir, Mohamed


    Popular Egyptian musician, with whom Hubert von Goisern appeared at a concert in Assiut in 2002 and subsequently toured with through the German-speaking countries in 2003. See Egypt 2002 and Grenzenlos 2003
  • Murray, Mona

    Guest artist from Belgium; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Naidoo, Xavier



    Soul and R&B singer from Mannheim, Germany; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. Xavier Naidoo can also be heard on Hubert von Goisern's album S'Nix - song: Siagst as. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009 and S'NIX
  • Neugebauer, Michael
    Hubert von Goisern's friend responsible for introducing him to Jane Goodall. See Africa
  • Obrovac, Tamara

    Croatian artist; performed with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Peithner, Hannes
    Backliner (stage management) during Hubert von Goisern's concerts
  • Pohn, Alex

    Drummer on S'NIX and Entwederundoder. Band member on the Linz Europe Tour 2007-09, S'NIX-Tour 2008-09, Tour 2011 and Brenna Tuats Tour 2012. See Alex Pohn
  • Poisel, Philipp

    German singer-songwriter; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Pölsler, Julian



    Singer on Trad; wrote and directed Die Fernsehsaga - Ein steirische Fernsehgeschichte; co-directed Sehnsüchte oder Es ist alles unheimlich leicht. Directed Hubert von Goisern Trad II (2003); Geliebter Johann Geliebte Anna (2009). See Film
  • Porto, Antonio


    Singer, bass player and guitarist on Gombe and Iwasig. Band member for the Fön/Trad tour 2001, Grenzenlos tour 2002 and Grenzenlos/Iwasig tour 2003. See Antonio Porto
  • Püntsok, Sonam
    Member of TIPA. Singer, guitarist and Tibetan lute player on Inexil
  • Punzenberger, Helmut

    Guitarist on Inexil and Fön. Band member for the first leg of the Fön/Trad tour. See Helmut Punzenberger
  • Punzenberger, Roland
    Drummer on Inexil
  • Resetarits, Willi

    Austrian artist; performed with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Ribeiro, Luis
    Percussionist on Federn. See Federn
  • Rosenmüller, Marcus H.
    Director of Brenna tuat's schon lang. See Brenna tuat's schon lang
  • Schartlmüller, Helmut

    Bass player on S'NIX and Entwederundoder. Band member on the Linz Europe Tour 2007-09, S'NIX-Tour 2008-09, Tour 2011 and Brenna Tuats Tour 2012. See Helmut Schartlmüller
  • Schneider, Norbert

    Wrote the soundtrack to Schlafes Bruder together with HvG. Wrote the arrangements for and directed the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Schönmaier, Mea

    Singer and artist from Bad Ischl who appeared as a waitress and the fictional object of Hubert's affections in the Trad II film
  • Schuen, Elisabeth

    Violinist and singer on S'NIX. Member of live band for Linz Europe Tour 2008 and S'NIX-Tour 2008-09. See Elisabeth Schuen
  • Schuen, Marlene



    Violinist and singer on Iwasig, Trad II and S'NIX. Member of live band for the Grenzenlos tour 2002, Grenzenlos/Iwasig tour 2003, Festival au Desert appearance 2005, Linz Europe Tour 2007-09 and S'NIX-Tour 2008-09. Also appeared in Hubert von Goisern Trad II. See Marlene Schuen
  • Sondeckis, Paulius
    Violinist on Gombe
  • Spani
    Wolfgang Spannberger
  • Spannberger, Wolfgang

    HvG's sound engineer and coproducer for many years. Singer on Trad; bass player and sampler programming on Inexil
  • Staribacher, Wolfgang

    Founded the Alpinkatzen as a duo with Hubert von Goisern. Later founded the Mozartband. Played organ on Federn. See Alpinkatzen
  • Starke, Karen
    Cellist on Inexil
  • Stelzhamma

    Guest band from Austria; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Stranzinger, Reinhard

    Guitarist with the Alpinkatzen. Released solo album Ois oda nix in 1997. Most recently played on Iwasig. See Reinhard Stranzinger
  • Tigi, Kele "Maestro"

    Balaphone player and violinist from Bamako, Mali. Played with Hubert von Goisern in 2005. See Mali
  • Trogbacher, Severin

    Guitarist on S'NIX and Entwederundoder. Band member on the Linz Europe Tour 2007-09, S'NIX-Tour 2008-09, Tour 2011 and Brenna Tuats Tour 2012. See Severin Trogbacher
  • Troi, Irene
    Violinist and violist on Fön; violinist on Inexil
  • Tsekova, Darinka


    Gadulka player from Bulgaria on the Linz Europe Tour 2007. She played on S'NIX and was a member of the HvG band for the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Darinka Tsekova
  • Überbacher, Gerhard


    Violinist and guitarist on tour around Egypt and West Africa; Member of live band for the Grenzenlos tour 2002 and Grenzenlos/Iwasig tour 2003. See Gerhard Überbacher
  • van der Waal, Evert

    Second drummer for Alpinkatzen, after Wolfgang Maier severed his thumb's tendon. Seen on the Wia die Zeit Vergeht video
  • Vávrová, Dana
    Directed Wia die Zeit Vergeht; acted in Schlafes Bruder. See Film
  • Vilsmaier, Joseph
    Directed Schlafes Bruder and Nanga Parbat. See Film
  • von Goisern, Hubert

    Austrian musician born in Bad Goisern on 17th November 1952. See Biography
  • Wangmo, Sherab
    Member of TIPA. Singer on Inexil
  • Wecker, Konstantin

    Guest artist from Germany; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Weinmeister, Gertrud
    Violist on Inexil
  • Wimmer, Bernhard


    Drummer on tour around Egypt and West Africa; Member of live band for the Grenzenlos tour 2002 and Grenzenlos/Iwasig tour 2003. Played on Iwasig. See Bernhard Wimmer
  • Zabine

    Sabine Kapfinger's new stage name from 2000. Debut album released in 2001: Transalpin. See Zabine
  • Zap Mama

    Belgian band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2008. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Zdob și Zdub




    Moldovan band; played with HvG on the Linz Europe Tour 2007 & 2008 and at the Linz Europe Harbour Festival; guest appearance in Ulm on the 2008 tour. An ethno punk version of Koa Hiatamadl is featured on the Zdob și Zdub album Ethnomecanica. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009 and Ethnomecanica
  • Zimmerebner, Anna
    Violinist on Inexil
  • Zischg, Aia
    Singer on Fön
  • Zöchbauer, Tseten


    Exiled Tibetan, living in Austria, whom HvG befriended. They travelled to Tibet together and have also presented concerts by the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in Austria.
 
  • Akwaba

    Music club in Bamako, where Hubert von Goisern and band played with Kele Tigi and Bil Aka Kora. See Mali
  • Alpine Lawine


    Hubert von Goisern's first album, containing both German and English covers and own compositions. Released together with Wolfgang Staribacher as the Alpinkatzen. See Alpinkatzen
  • Amadeus Austrian Music Award






    Austria's Grammy award. HvG won his category in 2001 (Best National Solo Artist in Rock/ Pop) and in 2002 (Best Jazz/Blues/Folk Album). He used his acceptance speech to criticise the lack of support for Austrian artists from the country's media. In 2008 HvG and his band performed the song Showtime on the Amadeus stage. In 2012 HvG won in the categories Pop/Rock and Album of the Year. In 2013 he received an honorary award. In 2016 HvG was named Artist of the Year. See Amadeus Awards 2001, 2002, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2016
  • Aufgeigen stått niederschiassen
    Hubert von Goisern's second album, released with a new band. Contained the smash hit Koa Hiatamadl. See Alpinkatzen
  • Ausland

    Double pack release - consists of a CD (live recording of the 2004 Trad II tour) and a DVD (Warten auf Timbuktu) - Released 7th October 2005. See Ausland
  • Blanko Musik

    Hubert von Goisern's management, based in Munich, run by Mr Hage Hein and Ms Gerhild Malorny
  • Brenna tuats guat


    Single from the Entwederundoder album. Reached number one in the Austrian single charts. Released as a two track CD single on 11th November 2011. Awarded gold and platinum discs. See Entwederundoder
  • Brenna tuats schon lang

    Documentary film of Hubert von Goisern career; in cinemas from April 2015. DVD release: 30th October 2015. See Brenna tuat's schon lang
  • Brenna Tuats Tour
    Hubert von Goisern tour in 2012. See Entwederundoder
  • Daniel Käfer - Die Schattenuhr
    Film by Julian Pölsler - with music by Hubert von Goisern
  • Derweil

    Double album - the best of 1988 - 2006. Release 14th July 2006. See Derweil
  • Ein Rucksack voller Lügen
    A children's film. HvG wrote the music with the children in the film. See Film
  • Entwederundoder

    HvG's twelfth studio album. Release: 2nd September 2011. Awarded gold and double platinum discs. See Entwederundoder
  • Eswaramoi

    A compilation of Hubert's most popular songs, released shortly after Fön by BMG. See Discography
  • Ethnomecanica

    Album by Zdob și Zdub. An ethno punk version of Koa Hiatamadl, recorded with HvG, is featured on the CD. See Ethnomecanica
  • Federn
    Studio album - awarded gold. Released on 8th May 2015. See Federn
  • Federn Live 2014-2016
    Live album. Released on 21st April 2017. See Federn Live 2014-2016
  • Festival au Désert
    Music festival held every January at Essakane in the Sahara Desert. See Mali
  • Filmmusik

    Soundtrack to the film Österreich: Oben und Unten by Joseph Vilsmaier. Release: 24th October 2014. See Österreich: Oben und Unten
  • Fön

    Hubert von Goisern's comeback CD. Release date: 6th November 2000. Awarded gold. See Fön
  • Gamboa Festival

    Music festival in Cape Verde, where Hubert von Goisern played in 2003. See Gamboa Festival
  • Gegen die Stille
    Film of Hubert von Goiserns journeys to Greenland. See Gegen die Stille
  • Geliebter Johann Geliebte Anna

    TV film of the love story between the Archduke Johann and the postmaster's daughter Anna Plochl. HvG takes the role of Paul Adler, farmer and friend of the archduke. See Geliebter Johann Geliebte Anna
  • Goisern goes East


    Five part documentary on Hubert von Goisern's Linz Europe Tour 2007. It documents the journey that led HvG from Linz to the Black Sea and back again. See Goisern goes East
  • Goisern goes West


    Three part documentary on Hubert von Goisern's Linz Europe Tour 2008. It documents the journey that led HvG from Linz to the North Sea and back again. A documentary about the Harbour Festival in 2009 is also to be found on the DVD. See Goisern goes West
  • Grenzenlos


    "Without Borders" -Hubert von Goisern's tours in 2002 and 2003. See Grenzenlos or Grenzenlos 2003 - Also the title of a DVD released on 5th May 2003. See Grenzenlos DVD
  • Hafenfest
    See Linz Europe Harbour Festival
  • Haut und Haar

    Double live album, recorded during the S'NIX and Linz Europe Tours in 2008. Released 12th June 2009. See Haut und Haar
  • Hölleisengretl

    Hubert made his acting debut as Matthias in this TV film directed by Jo Baier. See Hölleisengretl
  • Hubert von Goisern Linz Europe Tour 2007-2009
    HvG's musical expedition along the rivers of Europe. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Hubert von Goisern Trad II

    A 45 minute film accompanying the Trad II album; includes eight songs from Trad II as HvG travels around his homeland. See Trad II
  • Im Jahr des Drachen

    Live double album from the Brenna tuats Tour. Released on 21st June 2013. See Im Jahr des Drachen
  • Iwasig



    Hubert von Goisern's 2002 album (pronounced "eeva-seeg") - the first of Hubert's CDs to be released after the material has first been showcased in a live tour. See Iwasig - Also the title of a DVD released on 5th May 2003. See Iwasig DVD
  • I wü leben


    Song written by Hubert von Goisern & Band for Lebenshilfe. See I wü leben A complete song also developed from this: Leben can be found on S'NIX. See S'NIX
  • Lawine

    One of Blanko Musik's record labels - the label under which Hubert von Goisern's recordings are released
  • Leoganger Kinder Kultur
    Organisation involving children in projects such as Ein Rucksack voller Lügen
  • Liebesfarben
    Album by Sabina Hank, produced by HvG. See Liebesfarben
  • Linz Europe Harbour Festival

    Grand finale to the Linz Europe Tour: a 3-day festival in Linz harbour. From 3rd - 5th July 2009 all the artists whom HvG met along the rivers he travelled will be coming together. See Linz Europe Harbour Festival
  • Linz Europe Tour 2007-2009
    HvG's musical expedition along the rivers of Europe. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Logbook

    The travel diary kept by Hubert von Goisern, documenting the journey on the Linz Europe Tour. See Stromlinien
  • MS Wallsee

    Tug boat which pushed the stage ship and barracks ship for the Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009. See Linz Europe Tour 2007 - 2009
  • Nanga Parbat
    Film by Joseph Vilsmaier. Title song by Hubert von Goisern. See Nanga Parbat
  • Omunduntn
    The last studio album the Alpinkatzen released. See Alpinkatzen
  • Osterreich: Oben und Unten

    Film by Joseph Vilsmaier. The soundtrack, Filmmusik, was created by HvG. See Österreich: Oben und Unten
  • Poika
    Hubert's first single for 8 years, released on 1st July 2002. See Iwasig
  • Rai de sorëdl
    Debut album from Ganes, with guest appearance by HvG
  • Red Bull Salzburg
    Football team, for whom HvG composed a new club anthem in 2005.
  • Rotz & Wasser



    This song featuring legendary reporter Heribert Meisel in 1954 in a posthumous duet with Hubert's accordion and band was released on the S'NIX album and made available as a free download during the European/World Championships in 2008, 2010 , 2012 and 2016. See Rotz & Wasser
  • Schanzn Frei

    Hohtraxlecker Sprungschanznmusi's CD, produced by Hubert von Goisern. See Hohtraxlecker Sprungschanznmusi
  • Schlafes Bruder

    Film directed by Joseph Vilsmaier in 1995. HvG was partly responsible for the soundtrack. See Schlafes Bruder
  • Schräg dahoam


    Music festival arranged by Hage Hein at which Hubert von Goisern (and the Alpinkatzen) has appeared. Artists such as Hohtraxlecker Sprungschanznmusi and Zabine have also performed and are included on the Schräg Dahoam CDs
  • S'Nix
    Album from Hubert von Goisern. Release: 23rd May 2008. See S'NIX
  • Songs an einem Sommerabend
    Festival at which HvG performed some material from Inexil with Passang Lhamo in 1998
  • Steilklänge

    A selection of the Alpenliebe exhibition music. Released on 31st October 2014. See Alpenliebe
  • Stromlinien

    Hubert von Goisern's logbook of the Linz Europe Tour 2007-2009. See Stromlinien
  • TIPA

    Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts. Aims to keep Tibet's artistic traditions alive. See Tibet
  • Trad

    Hubert von Goisern's first CD of Austrian folk songs, released in 2001. A second album, Trad II, was released in 2003. See Trad
  • Trad II

    A second volume of Austrian folk songs, released in 2003. Recorded in an empty hotel on Krippenstein at 2100m above sea level. See Trad II
  • Trad II - Der Film
    See Hubert von Goisern Trad II
  • Von Goisern nach Gombe

    Documentary HvG made about his trip to Gombe and meeting with Jane Goodall
  • Warten auf Timbuktu
    Film about the concert trip to Mali, to the Festival au Desert. See Ausland
  • Wia die Zeit vergeht

    Live double CD of the last Alpinkatzen tour; Concert film - recorded in the Circus Krone, Munich - available on video and DVD
  • Wirtshaustour


    A series of concerts on the spring tour 2011 were played in small taverns rather than large concert halls. The film Hubert von Goisern's Tavern Tour can be found on the special edition of Entwederundoder. See Tavern Tour
  • Yukah

    Music project from Burkhard Frauenlob. Hubert von Goisern is guest musician on the song Magou. See Burkhard Frauenlob