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Haselböck Martin

Compositions

# Titlesort icon Year of Origin Duration Instrumentation Category Sheet Music Shop
1 Basso Doppio - für Posaune und Orgel 1979 17m
2 De Profundis
3 Deutsche Messe - für gemischten Chor und Orgel 1981 18m
4 Diskord für Orgel zu vier Händen 1991 5m
5 Duetto - für Violine und Orgel 1981 9m
6 Epitaph - für Chor und Klavier 1995
7 Es kommt ein Schiff geladen - Partita 1971 ~ 12m
8 Flötenstück und Stampede 1988 10m
9 Fünf Jandl-Lieder - für Bariton und zwei Schlagzeuger 1998 10m
10 Gaudens gaudebo 1973 18m
11 Georgs-Messe - für gemischten Chor, Blechbläser und Orgel 1972
12 Konradmesse - für 3 Stimmen, 2 Perkussion und Orgel 1996
13 Le Rappel des Tuyaux - Suite 1974 18m
14 Liturgische Gesänge 1983 23m
15 Lübecker Kanon - für zwei Orgeln 1985 15m
16 Madrigalmesse - für Knabenchor, Flöte, Oboe, Fagott und Streichquintett 1977 25m
17 Manilom - für 3 Soprane und Kammerorchester 1974 19m
18 Messe - Liturgische Gesänge V
19 Missa Dona nobis pacem - für gemischten Chor und Orgel 1973 24m
20 Movimento - für Streichquartett 1991 6m
21 Proprium - für gemischten Chor, Schola, Schlag- und Tasteninstrumente 1981 26m
22 Proprium I 1976
23 Proprium II 1976
24 Proprium III 1976
25 Quattro - für vier Tasteninstrumente 1987 18m
26 Quattro - für zwei Tasteninstrumente 1983 12m
27 Tagesgezeiten - für Sprecher und Kammerorchester 1993 24m
28 Tantum Ergo - für Chor und Orgel 1995
29 Versuch über Ravel 1975 16m
30 Weltgebräuche - Literarisch-musikalische Aktion über Texte von Ernst Jandl für Sprecher, Orgel und Posaune 1982 56m
31 Zwei geistliche Gesänge - für Bariton und Orgel 1972 16m

General Information

Year of Birth:  1954
Place of Birth:  Vienna
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Martin Haselböck is present in many different ways in European musical life as a conductor, composer, organ and harpsichord player. After studies in Vienna and Paris, he got awarded with competitive international prices and gained great reputation as a solo artist from early on. Worldwide concert tours take him regularly to the most important music festivals. He appeared as a solo artist with Abbado, Maazel, Muti, Stein. Over 50 solo records document his repertoire, ranging from Bach to Liszt to modern music. Many important composers, including Alfred Schnittke and Ernst Krenek, have composed for the musician, who also composes himself. Even today, he organizes organ recitals as a soloist, in the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Vienna and Berlin's Konzerthaus and other large venues.
The intensive work as a conductor began for the Viennese organ player with the preoccupation with the large repertoire of classical church music. The foundation of the Ensemble Wiener Akademie in 1985 is a result of the intensive analysis of old music: Japan, the United States, Paris, Madrid, Cologne, Milan, Prague are only a few stations of regular concert tours. Martin Haselböck, responsible as a conductor, participated in more than 60 CDs with a repertoire ranging from Bach to contemporary music. His recordings have been awarded several times, for example the German Record Critics' Prize, the Diapason d'Or and the Hungarian Liszt Prize.
He was active as a professor at the Music Academy in Lübeck and the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. Martin Haselböck has worked as a guest conductor for numerous orchestras: Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig, German Symphony Orchestra Berlin, Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Toronto Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the National Philharmonic Orchestras from Spain, Hungary, Czech Republic, Estonia, Belgium. With the Vienna Symphony, Haselböck performs all the oratorios of Bach, with the Hamburg Symphony, he organises an annual cycle, with works of the Viennese classical music in the Hamburg music hall. Since his debut at the Handel Festival in Göttingen, Haselböck is consistently successful as an opera conductor. He conducted the Zurich Opera several times, Mozart's greatest operas in new productions at the theater Pfalzau, Ludwigshafen, for the first time in Germany with historical instruments. His Don Giovanni was honored in 1991 with the Mozart Prize of the City of Prague. 2000/2001 he conducted the Vienna Academy re-productions of Handel's "Acis and Galatea" Gassmann "La Contessina and conducting Haydn's" The fire "the Vienna Schauspielhaus with the Vienna Academy Neuproduktionenvon Handel's "Acis und Galathea", Gassmanns "La Contessina" und Haydns "Die Feuersbrunst", as the music director of the Viennese Schauspielhaus. Since the season of 2005-06, Martin Haselböck is also the music director of the baroque orchestra Musica Angelica in Los Angeles. As the new director of the Castle Festival Reinsberg, Haselböck conducted in 2007 Weber's "Freischutz", followed by Beethoven's "Fidelio" in 2008.

Education

PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation

composition (church improvisation, church music)

composition (church improvisation, church music)

1974

diploma with distinction

1976

diploma with distinction

studies with Jean Langlais and Marie-Claire Alain

Activities

PeriodActivityOrganisationLocation
1985

founder and conductor, national concerts and international tours, numerous CD-recordings

1986 - 2003

professor of organ

2004

professor of organ at the Institute of Church Music

2004

ever since music director: Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra

Castle Festival Reinsberg: director

publisher

jury member at international competitions (Chartres, Hilversum, etc.)

concerts as a solo artist

conducting operas at various opera houses in Europe (Cologne, Hamburg, Vienna, Amsterdam and others)

numerous publications in musical and scientific journals

Awards

PeriodAwardCompositionAwarding Organisation
1972

 

Diapason d'Or

 

Hungarian Liszt-Award

Jun-Tokusen-Award

Liszt Ferenc International Grand Prix du Disque

Decoration of Honour for Science and Culture of Austria

Prag Mozart Award

Grand Decoration of Honour for Services to the Republic of Austria

Dedicatee of (Composition)

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