The German folk duo Lauscher was founded in the summer of 2008 by Christine Walterscheid and Dominique M. Täger.
They tour through Europe in their old-fashioned transporter carrying, among other things, German folk songs out into the world and are always on the lookout for country-specific songs, which they let themselves be shown by locals. Yiddish songs complete the program. They have extraordinary instruments in their luggage that are rarely seen at concerts. Dominique M. Täger plays in his own virtuoso way the Waldzither, a nearly forgotten German instrument of the early 20th century. Christine Walterscheid uses a violin bow to conjure up unearthly sounds on the singing saw.
Between 2009 and now they have released four albums. The album 'Alles Fühlt vol. 1' features a cover version of Running Up That Hill.
- Lauscher: official website, retrieved 1 August 2019.
- Volksmusik der etwas anderen Art. Westfalen-Blatt, 1 August 2018. Retrieved 1 August 2019.
- Lauscher. Facebook, retrieved 1 August 2019.