The tyrolean group HAUSER


The tyrolean group HAUSER was foundet in 1949 by the brothers Hans, Josef and Sebastian. From 1954 on, the group was in the conditions to perform an whole tyrolean evening. The big upswing came at the end of the seventies. Out of numerous incentive trips together with neighbour tourists offices, there were important invitations to come on tour, from near and distant foreign countries.

The first recording of tyrolean group HAUSER appeared on the market in 1974 and there followed another three. In 1987 they gained - as the first tyrolean group in Austria - the GOLDEN RECORD.


In 1989 the group HAUSER had it`s first appearance  in tv. Another unforgettable event was the invitation to the „Musikantenstadl“ (the biggest tv show in folkmusic) televised from the city of Cottbus(GDR), in dicember 1989, immediately after the fall of the Wall.



The tyrolean group HAUSER at the moment has 30 members, 10 of them forming the Young Group.

The group does about 100 performances a year considering the fact that all members, out of these activities, have each one a full time profession.





Tramplan                    This dance comes from a valley called “Zillertal” and was especially performed at weddings


Ribbons dance:          In most Tyrolean villages the people set up a big tree on the market place (about 25 meters high).


Cowbells                    Cowbells have been used in many different ways in the farmers’ lifes. Today, one can still find them around  the cows’ necks.


Minor dance               In the our region one can find many mines where most of the working class people were occupied. Some of these mines are still in use nowadays


Miller dance               With its different figures it symbolises the work of man and machine in and around the mill.


Figure dance              This dance is one of the most complicated dances we perform. In this form it is known all over Tyrol.


Bench dance               The bench was used by the local boys to prove their strength and dexterity to the dairymaids.


Farmer dance             This dance shows the farmers´ daily work on the fields in the past.


Star dance                  This dance symbolizes the variety of star signs.


Jealousy dance           This dance shows the fight of two boys over a girl


Lumberjack dance     In Tyrol the wood industry still plays an important economic part. The dance shows how people used to work without machines


Final song                  This medley consists of well known Tyrolean songs.

1.     Tirol, Tirol, Tirol

2.     Bozner Bergsteigerlied

3.     Das schönste auf der Welt


Jodelsongs                  Are expressions of pleasure and ability. In former times it also acted as

a means of communication