Karl Haas

Conductor. Born 27 December 1900. Died 7 July 1970
Karl Haas
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1900-12-27
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Karl Haas

Karl Haas Biography (Wikipedia)

Karl Wilhelm Jacob Haas (27 December 1900 – London, 7 July 1970), musician, musicologist and conductor, was born in Karlsruhe, Germany, where he studied at the Classical College, then at the Universities of Munich and Heidelberg.

His first work was at the Dumont Theatre in Düsseldorf; then as Music advisor for Karlsruhe and Stuttgart radio stations. He escaped Nazi persecution of Jews and settled in Britain in 1939. He worked as Music Director of Old Vic in Bristol, where he composed incidental music and stage scores.

Karl was an enthusiast of Baroque music and a player of the viola d'amore. He edited works of Cherubini, Boccherini, Dittersdorf, Handel, Haydn and others.

In 1941 he founded the London Baroque Ensemble, which had its public debut in 1943, and continued to play until 1966. Members of the Ensemble between 1952 and 1954 included Sidney Sutcliffe, Terence MacDonagh, Natalie James (aka Natalie Caine), Roger Lord on oboe; Frederick Thurston, Jack Brymer, Gervase de Peyer, Basil Tschaikov on clarinet; Cecil James, Paul Draper, Edward Wilson on bassoons; James O'Loughlin on contra-bassoon; Dennis Brain, Neill Sanders, Ian Beers on horns; Vivian Joseph (cellist) on cello; and James Merritt on double-bass. They have accompanied keyboardists Lionel Salter, Charles Spinks and George Malcolm in works of J. S. Bach and C. P. E. Bach. They made a number of recordings of Handel, Bach and Boyce,some produced by George Martin.

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Ludwig van Beethoven
Wind Sextet in E flat major, Op 71 (4th mvt)
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Wind Sextet in E flat major, Op 71 (4th mvt)
Ludwig van Beethoven
Wind Sextet in E flat major, Op 71 (3rd mvt)
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Wind Sextet in E flat major, Op 71 (3rd mvt)
Ludwig van Beethoven
Military March in C major, WoO 20
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Military March in C major, WoO 20
Ludwig van Beethoven
Rondino for wind octet (WoO.25) in E flat major: Andante
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Rondino for wind octet (WoO.25) in E flat major: Andante
Ludwig van Beethoven
Wind Sextet in E flat major, Op 71 (2nd mvt)
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Wind Sextet in E flat major, Op 71 (2nd mvt)
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