Johann Adolf Hasse  (1699-1783)
Last updated: 02.04.23
According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Johann Adolf Hasse was a German composer, also tenor singer; pupil of Porpora and Alessandro Scarlatti in Italy. Wrote dozens of Italian operas; also church music, harpsichord works, etc. Director of the Dresden Court Opera; afterwards lived mainly in Vienna and in Venice where he died.
Johann Adolf Hasse also has a Bourée published in Tänze und Stücke alter Meister.
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book15.gif  Colloquium: Johann Adolf Hasse und die Musik seiner Zeit, Siena, 1983 flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif
book15.gif  Die Oratorien Johann Adolf Hasses: Überlieferung und Struktur Michael Koch flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif flag15de.gif
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sm15.gif Sonate D-Dur Flute/B wvicon.gif
Recorder Sheet Music
Sonata A Tre C-Dur (A(Flute)/Cello/Guit.)smp_logo_88_white.gif
22 pages.
Publisher: Ludwig Doblinger K.G. (GKM-00077)