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Gandalf (musician)

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Gandalf (musician)

Background information
Birth name Heinz Strobl
Born (1952-12-04) 4 December 1952
Pressbaum, Vienna, Austria
Genres New-age
Years active 1981–present

Gandalf (born Heinz Strobl, born 1952) is the name used by a new-age composer from Austria. He plays a wide variety of instruments including guitars, keyboards, synthesizers and sitars. He includes electronic sounds into his music. His music includes influences from music around the world. He released his first album Journey to an Imaginary Land on March 17, 1981, and his second Visions almost one year later on March 16, 1982. He has become one of Austria's most accomplished international musicians.


  • 1981: Journey to an Imaginary Land
  • 1982: Visions
  • 1983: To Another Horizon
  • 1983: More Than Just a Seagull
  • 1984: Magic Theatre
  • 1985: Tale from a Long Forgotten Kingdom
  • 1987: The Universal Play
  • 1987: From Source to Sea
  • 1987: Fantasia – The Best of
  • 1989: Invisible Power
  • 1990: Labyrinth (Soundtrack)
  • 1990: Symphonic Landscapes
  • 1991: Reflection (1986–1990)
  • 1992: Gallery of Dreams
  • 1992: The Stones of Wisdom
  • 1994: To Our Children's Children
  • 1994: Colours of the Earth
  • 1995: Echoes from Ancient Dreams
  • 1996: The Shining (with Galadriel)
  • 1996: Gates to Secret Realities
  • 1996: Magical Voyage (Compilation)
  • 1997: Barakaya: Trees Water Life
  • 1999: Into the Light
  • 1999: Samsara
  • 2000: Visions 2001 (Compilation)
  • 2002: The Fountain of Secrets
  • 2003: Between Earth and Sky
  • 2004: Colors of a New Dawn
  • 2005: Der Prophet
  • 2006: Sacred River
  • 2007: Lotus Land
  • 2008: Live in Vienna
  • 2009: Sanctuary
  • 2011: Earthsong and Stardance
  • 2013: Dreamweaver
  • 2014: The Prophet - Instrumental Edition
  • 2014: Frame By Frame

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