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Folk music by Adolf Zudrell
The flute player from Kristberghof
Adolf Zudrell presents himself authentically and genuinely not only as the senior host of Panoramagasthof Kristberg, but also as a passionate musician. When it comes to local music, there is no one like him on the Kristberg. From cozy to thoughtful are also the folklore pieces on his Cd's.
The fame and popularity of the "flute player from the Kristberghof", Adolf Zudrell, extends far beyond the borders of the Montafon.
In 1960, Adolf Zudrell and four friends founded the "Lustigen Silbertaler". The members were:
- Edwin Erhard (leader & accordion)
- Franz Zudrell (bass)
- Herbert Bitschnau (trumpet)
- Heinz Tschabrun (guitar)
- Adolf Zudrell (clarinet)
- The "Lustige Silbertaler" performed so well at their first official performance at the Heimatabend in Schruns that they soon received requests from Germany, Switzerland and the rest of Austria.
The musical career of the merry quintet went steeply uphill from then on, until they split up in 1972. From then on, Adolf Zudrell devoted himself entirely to his business, the Panoramagasthof Kristberg.
- 1966: Live performance at "Autofahrer unterwegs" in the Vienna Stadthalle.
- 1967: First television appearance in Gaschurn.
- 1993: After training as a Vorarlberg hiking guide, Adolf Zudrell began guided tours of the miners in the St. Agatha Chapel. He soon expanded the cultural-historical tours through the past days of the mining people on the Kristberg musically with his recorder.
As a flute player from the Kristberghof, Adolf Zudrell has already released several CDs:
- "So kling's im Silbertal 1" (EUR 10,60)
- "So klingt's im Silbertal 2" (EUR 10,60)
- "Devotional melody" (EUR 6,50)
- "St. Agatha Song" (EUR 6,50)
- "The echo of the silver valley" (EUR 6,50)
Would you like to experience Adolf Zudrell live? Then send your non-binding room enquiry to your pampering team at Panoramagasthof Kristberg now and visit us soon in the midst of the magnificent nature of the Vorarlberg peaks.