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Sheet music for Johann Hasler
SATB Choir and Organ — Choral Score — Classical
In C Satb/Org (Harm. By Js Bach). Composed by Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612). Classical. Choral Score. Novello & Co Ltd. #MUSNOV441189. Published by Novello & Co Ltd. (HL.14014532).
SATB Choir and Organ — Choral Score — Classical
Composed by Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612). Classical. Choral Score. Novello & Co Ltd. #MUSNOV441124. Published by Novello & Co Ltd. (HL.14014531).
Musik in der Residenzstadt Weimar — Herzogin Anna Amalia; Johann Ernst Bach; Adam Drese; Prinz Johann Ernst; Johann Pfeiffer; Georg Quitschreiber; Nicolaus Rosthius; Johann Caspar Vogler; Melchior Vulpius; Johann Gottfried Walther; Ernst Wilhelm Wolf
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Composed by Herzogin Anna Amalia; Johann Ernst Bach; Adam Drese; Prinz Johann Ernst; Johann Pfeiffer; Georg Quitschreiber; Nicolaus Rosthius; Johann Caspar Vogler; Melchior Vulpius; Johann Gottfried Walther; Ernst Wilhelm Wolf. Edited by Klaus Hortschansky. Denkmaler Mitteldeutscher Barockmusik, Volume I/1. Book. Friedrich Hofmeister Musikverlag #FH 8351. Published by Friedrich Hofmeister Musikverlag (HF.FH-8351).
organ — — Reformation, Pentecost, Passion/Palm Sunday, Lent, Easter, Christmas, Advent, Baroque, Romantic, Prayer
Composed by Johann Eramus Kindermann, Johann Neinrich Buttstedt, Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654), Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707), Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Johann Christoph Bach, Michael Burkhardt, and Matthias Weckmann. Arranged by Michael Burkhardt. Offertories, Preludes, Postludes, Compilations. Reformation, Pentecost, Passion/Palm Sunday, Lent, Easter, Christmas, Advent, Baroque, Romantic, Prayer. MorningStar Music Publishers #10-683. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.10-683).
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By Filippo Turri, Luca Scandali, and Stefano Molardi. By Johann Freidrich Bach, Johann Lorenz Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710-1784), Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788), Johann Ernst Bach, Johann Michael Bach, Johann Bernhard Bach, Heinrich Bach, and Johann Christoph Bach. Classical. Brilliant Classics #BRI95803. Published by Brilliant Classics (NX.BRI95803).
Piano — solo part — Classical
51 Piano Solos in Their Original Form. Composed by etc., Jean Rameau, Johann Hassler, Johann Hiller, Johann Kirnberger, Johann Reichardt, Johann Scholze, Henry Purcell (1659-1695), Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722), Leopold Mozart (1719-1787), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), James Hook (1746-1827), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), and Friedrich Marpurg. Edited by George Anthony. Back To School. Classical. Solo part. With Standard notation. 72 pages. Theodore Presser Company #410-41190. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.410411900).
Weimarer Orgeltabulatur. Die fruhesten Notenhandschriften Johann Sebastian Bachs sowie Abschriften seines Schulers Johann Martin Schubart (ubertragung) — Johann Sebastian Bach
organ — performance score —
With works by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Adam Reinken and Johann Pachelbel. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Edited by Michael Maul and Peter Wollny. Paperback. Performance score. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA05248. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA05248).
— CD — Classical
By Bernard, Catherine, Dorothea, Julie, Kevin, Labadie, Les Violons du Roy, Magnan, McMillan, Nicole, Philippe, Robbin, Roschmann, Triquet, and Trotier. By Anonymous, Carl Philipp Emanuel, Christian Friedrich, Giovanni Battista, Henrici, Henry, Jacopone, Johann Christian, Johann Christoph Friedrich, Johann Christoph, Johann Sebastian, Pope Innocent III, Todi, Henry Purcell (1659-1695), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736), and Johann Christoph Pezel (1639-1694). Classical. CD. Sono Luminus #DOR-90012. Published by Sono Luminus (NX.DOR-90012).
Piano — solo part —
For Piano Solo - By Masters of The 17Th, 18Th, and 19th Centuries. Composed by Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722), Giornovichi, Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Muzio Clementi (1752-1832), Johann Reichardt, Johann Bach, and Jan Dussek. Edited by Alfred Mirovitch. Solo part. With Standard notation. 40 pages. Theodore Presser Company #460-00022. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.460000220).
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By Emanuele Cardi. By Johann Caspar Vogler, Johann Gottfried Walther, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788), and Johann Christian Kittel. Classical. Naxos #BRI95649. Published by Naxos (NX.BRI95649).
Johann Hasler started composing at age 14, and has to the date composed more
than 120 works for nearly every instrumental, vocal and electronic combination
and instrumentation. Some of his works fall clearly in the so-called
"contemporary" style of classical music, while others are neo-tonal, either
neo-romantic or neo-medieval/neo-renaissance. Carlos Barreiro, an important
contemporary music critic of Colombia, usually states that Hasler’s style is "a
disciplined and sistematic review of the history of mus
ic". Several of Hasler’s percussion compositions have been published by
Beruskens Muziekuitgeverij of the Netherlands, Oude Pastorienstraat 34, 5993 XX
Maasbree, The Netherlands, and are available through this publisher’s
distributors in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Germany.
Johann Hasler (born in Medellín, Colombia, in 1972) started his musical studies at age four in his home city of Cali (Colombia), moving to Bogotá in 1993 in order to continue them at a higher level at the National University of Colombia, where he graduated as a composer in 2003. He started composing at age 14, and has to the date composed more than 120 works for nearly every instrumental, vocal and electronic combination. Some of his works fall clearly in the so-called mainstream “contemporary” style of concert music, while others are neo-tonal, either neo-romantic or neo-medieval/neo-renaissance.
In 1994, coursing his first year of formal composition studies, he was awarded a grant from Indiana University and the United States Information Service to attend the Inter-American composition workshop “Words and Music” as a conference participant with other representatives of countries from the Americas. There he worked and studied for three weeks with other composers, among them Tania Len, Mario Lavista and George Crumb. Upon his return from the United States he was awarded the National Prize of Composition (Colombia’s top composition prize), for his work “Three pieces for percussion, harp, celesta and piano” for large percussion ensemble. This piece was printed next year by the Colombian Institute of Culture, Colcultura. Two years after he got the National Prize of Composition for the second time, for his piece “Délires”, for baritone and chamber ensemble.
During the following years Hasler was quite active in the Colombian electro-acoustic scene, being selected for the last round of the National Competition of Electro Acoustic Composition in 1995, having his works broadcasted through several Colombian broadcasting stations. In 1996 he obtained the National Prize of Composition for the second time, this time with his work “Délires”, for baritone and chamber ensemble.
Hasler was also active in the operatic scene in the first years of the 21st century, as a conductor and chorus master. As such, he worked with the National Opera of Colombia in titles such as Norma, Romeo and Juliet, Rigoletto, Aida and Turandot, as well as in light operas by Johann Strauss and Charles Offenbach. He continued working in light opera once he moved to England in 2003, directing the Newcastle University Gilbert & Sullivan Society for two consecutive seasons. In Newcastle he worked on the musicological research for his double concentration PhD in music (in both composition and historical/theoretical musicology), which is devoted to the relationship between Western esoterism (such as astrology, alchemy, cabala and magic) with music theory. He hopes to submit his dissertation by 2008, and to have a lecture-concert with selections from his composition portfolio in the last months of 2007.