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Joseph  Haas

Né: 19 mars 1879
Mort: 30 mars 1960
Pays d'origine: Allemagne
Joseph Haas was born in the Bavarian town of Maihingen near Nördlingen on 19 March 1879. The third child of the local teacher, he came into contact with domestic and church music at an early age and eventually took up a career as a primary school teacher himself. His encounter with Max Reger was crucial to his musical career. From 1904 Haas took private lessons with him in Munich and in 1907 followed him to Leipzig where he also studied with Karl Straube and Adolf Ruthardt at the local conservatoire.

In 1911 his first successes as composer and the award of the Arthur Nikisch Scholarship (for the Violin Sonata Op. 21) earned him an appointment as composition teacher at the Stuttgart Conservatoire. In 1921 he took a position at the Munich Akademie der Tonkunst where he was appointed professor in 1924, taking over the composition class and in 1925 even the direction of the Catholic church music department. In 1924 Haas, with Eduard Erdmann and Heinrich Burkhard, founded the Donaueschingen Festival for New Music, thus proving his open-mindedness about anything new, despite his always tonal compositions. In 1930 he became a member of the Preußische Akademie der Künste in Berlin. After 1945 he strove, as its president, to rebuild the Munich Hochschule für Musik.

Haas received numerous awards and honours, including honorary degrees from the University of Munich (1954) and the Papal Institute of Sacred Music in Rome (1953). He died in Munich on 30 March 1960. Taking part in many musical organisations, Haas supported not only artistic but also social and legal issues of the musicians. As teacher of a generation of composers and conductors such as Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Cesar Bresgen or Eugen Jochum and Wolfgang Sawallisch, he greatly influenced the recent musical development in Germany.

The comprehensive oeuvre of Joseph Haas comprises compositions from all compositional genres, such as for example the "folk" operas Tobias Wunderlich (1937) and Die Hochzeit des Jobs (1944) (both based on texts by Ludwig Andersen), the oratorios Die heilige Elisabeth (1931), Das Lebensbuch Gottes (1934), Das Jahr im Lied (1952), which are also accessible to amateur musicians, liturgical works, including masses in German such as the Speyerer Domfestmesse op. 80 (1930), as well as orchestral works, lieder, chamber music, piano and organ pieces. Haas' close-to-the-people style of composition gained him the reputation of being the "Spitzweg of modern piano music".

Please visit the homepage of the Joseph-Haas-Gesellschaft at www.joseph-haas.de
1879
Geburtstag; einziges Kind aus der zweiten Ehe des Lehrers Alban Haas in Maihingen im schwäbischen Ries
1897
Abschluß der Lehrerbildungsanstalt Lauingen a.D.
1904
Studium bei Max Reger in München und Leipzig
1911
Kompositionslehrer am Konservatorium in Stuttgart
1921
Berufung an die Akademie der Tonkunst in München
1921
Mitbegründer und Juror der "Donaueschinger Kammermusikfeste für Neue Musik" (später Baden-Baden)
1946
Präsident der Musikhochschule in München
1960
Todestag; Beisetzung auf dem Münchner Waldfriedhof neben Max Reger

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  1. Gott ist die Liebe

    Gott ist die Liebe

    aus: Deutsche Vesper
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op 72
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SSATB)
    Édition : Chorbuch
    Langue : deutsch
    N° Réf. : ED 21177 Q22992
    1,99 €  *
  2. Determined

    Determined

    (from "Klangspiele", op. 99)
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    99
    Instrumentation : piano
    N° Réf. : ED 9045 Q23303
    1,99 €  *
  3. Pfälzischer Liederreigen

    Pfälzischer Liederreigen

    aus "Liederreigen nach Volksweisen"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 89/3
    Instrumentation : equal Voices (1-2stg. Women- or Youth Choir) and Piano
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 9689-01 Q6107
    2,99 €  *
  4. Deutsche Messe

    Deutsche Messe

    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Schubert, Franz
    Adaptateur : Haas, Joseph
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) or female choir (S/SA) and organ or orchestra or wind band
    Édition : Partition pour orgue
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 3883 Q19118
    12,99 €  *
  5. Heißa, Kathreinerle / Der Butzemann

    Heißa, Kathreinerle / Der Butzemann

    (Elsaß) / "Es tanzt ein Butzemann" (Thüringen) Kanon
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    Instrumentation : female choir and children's choir (SMezA)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : CHBL 530
    1,99 €  *
  6. Ein Deutsches Gloria

    Ein Deutsches Gloria

    "Sing dem Herrn ein Lied"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 86
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB/SATB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur, choir I
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4228-01 Q32162
    3,99 €  *
  7. Liederreigen nach Volksweisen

    Liederreigen nach Volksweisen

    Nr. 2 Fränkischer Liederreigen
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 89
    Instrumentation : female choir or children's choir (SMez) with piano
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4297-01
    1,99 €  *
  8. Schiller-Hymne

    Schiller-Hymne

    "Die Worte des Glaubens"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 107
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) with solo (Bar) and orchestra
    Édition : Partie de choeur, soprano / alto
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4771-01 Q38310
    2,99 €  *
  9. Schiller-Hymne

    Schiller-Hymne

    "Die Worte des Glaubens"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 107
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) with solo (Bar) and orchestra
    Édition : Partie de choeur, tenor / bass
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4771-02 Q38311
    2,99 €  *
  10. Nachtwandler

    Nachtwandler

    Serenade "Trommler, lass dein Kalbfell klingen"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 102
    Instrumentation : men's choir (TTBB) with solo (T) and small orchestra
    Édition : Partie séparée, Violin I
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4295-11 Q38312
    3,99 €  *

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Profil
Joseph Haas was born in the Bavarian town of Maihingen near Nördlingen on 19 March 1879. The third child of the local teacher, he came into contact with domestic and church music at an early age and eventually took up a career as a primary school teacher himself. His encounter with Max Reger was crucial to his musical career. From 1904 Haas took private lessons with him in Munich and in 1907 followed him to Leipzig where he also studied with Karl Straube and Adolf Ruthardt at the local conservatoire.

In 1911 his first successes as composer and the award of the Arthur Nikisch Scholarship (for the Violin Sonata Op. 21) earned him an appointment as composition teacher at the Stuttgart Conservatoire. In 1921 he took a position at the Munich Akademie der Tonkunst where he was appointed professor in 1924, taking over the composition class and in 1925 even the direction of the Catholic church music department. In 1924 Haas, with Eduard Erdmann and Heinrich Burkhard, founded the Donaueschingen Festival for New Music, thus proving his open-mindedness about anything new, despite his always tonal compositions. In 1930 he became a member of the Preußische Akademie der Künste in Berlin. After 1945 he strove, as its president, to rebuild the Munich Hochschule für Musik.

Haas received numerous awards and honours, including honorary degrees from the University of Munich (1954) and the Papal Institute of Sacred Music in Rome (1953). He died in Munich on 30 March 1960. Taking part in many musical organisations, Haas supported not only artistic but also social and legal issues of the musicians. As teacher of a generation of composers and conductors such as Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Cesar Bresgen or Eugen Jochum and Wolfgang Sawallisch, he greatly influenced the recent musical development in Germany.

The comprehensive oeuvre of Joseph Haas comprises compositions from all compositional genres, such as for example the "folk" operas Tobias Wunderlich (1937) and Die Hochzeit des Jobs (1944) (both based on texts by Ludwig Andersen), the oratorios Die heilige Elisabeth (1931), Das Lebensbuch Gottes (1934), Das Jahr im Lied (1952), which are also accessible to amateur musicians, liturgical works, including masses in German such as the Speyerer Domfestmesse op. 80 (1930), as well as orchestral works, lieder, chamber music, piano and organ pieces. Haas' close-to-the-people style of composition gained him the reputation of being the "Spitzweg of modern piano music".

Please visit the homepage of the Joseph-Haas-Gesellschaft at www.joseph-haas.de
Chronologie
1879
Geburtstag; einziges Kind aus der zweiten Ehe des Lehrers Alban Haas in Maihingen im schwäbischen Ries
1897
Abschluß der Lehrerbildungsanstalt Lauingen a.D.
1904
Studium bei Max Reger in München und Leipzig
1911
Kompositionslehrer am Konservatorium in Stuttgart
1921
Berufung an die Akademie der Tonkunst in München
1921
Mitbegründer und Juror der "Donaueschinger Kammermusikfeste für Neue Musik" (später Baden-Baden)
1946
Präsident der Musikhochschule in München
1960
Todestag; Beisetzung auf dem Münchner Waldfriedhof neben Max Reger
Produits

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  1. Gott ist die Liebe

    Gott ist die Liebe

    aus: Deutsche Vesper
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op 72
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SSATB)
    Édition : Chorbuch
    Langue : deutsch
    N° Réf. : ED 21177 Q22992
    1,99 €  *
  2. Determined

    Determined

    (from "Klangspiele", op. 99)
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    99
    Instrumentation : piano
    N° Réf. : ED 9045 Q23303
    1,99 €  *
  3. Pfälzischer Liederreigen

    Pfälzischer Liederreigen

    aus "Liederreigen nach Volksweisen"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 89/3
    Instrumentation : equal Voices (1-2stg. Women- or Youth Choir) and Piano
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 9689-01 Q6107
    2,99 €  *
  4. Deutsche Messe

    Deutsche Messe

    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Schubert, Franz
    Adaptateur : Haas, Joseph
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) or female choir (S/SA) and organ or orchestra or wind band
    Édition : Partition pour orgue
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 3883 Q19118
    12,99 €  *
  5. Heißa, Kathreinerle / Der Butzemann

    Heißa, Kathreinerle / Der Butzemann

    (Elsaß) / "Es tanzt ein Butzemann" (Thüringen) Kanon
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    Instrumentation : female choir and children's choir (SMezA)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : CHBL 530
    1,99 €  *
  6. Ein Deutsches Gloria

    Ein Deutsches Gloria

    "Sing dem Herrn ein Lied"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 86
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB/SATB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur, choir I
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4228-01 Q32162
    3,99 €  *
  7. Liederreigen nach Volksweisen

    Liederreigen nach Volksweisen

    Nr. 2 Fränkischer Liederreigen
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 89
    Instrumentation : female choir or children's choir (SMez) with piano
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4297-01
    1,99 €  *
  8. Schiller-Hymne

    Schiller-Hymne

    "Die Worte des Glaubens"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 107
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) with solo (Bar) and orchestra
    Édition : Partie de choeur, soprano / alto
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4771-01 Q38310
    2,99 €  *
  9. Schiller-Hymne

    Schiller-Hymne

    "Die Worte des Glaubens"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 107
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) with solo (Bar) and orchestra
    Édition : Partie de choeur, tenor / bass
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4771-02 Q38311
    2,99 €  *
  10. Nachtwandler

    Nachtwandler

    Serenade "Trommler, lass dein Kalbfell klingen"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur : Haas, Joseph
    op. 102
    Instrumentation : men's choir (TTBB) with solo (T) and small orchestra
    Édition : Partie séparée, Violin I
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : ED 4295-11 Q38312
    3,99 €  *

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