Josef Haselbach

14.06.1936 - 21.08.2002

Josef Haselbach was born in Gams, St. Gallen. Following his compulsary education he studied at the ‘Musikakademie Zürich’ (Zurich Academy of Music) and the University of Zurich (music theory under Kurt von Fischer, psychology and philosophy). From 1964 to 1968 he studied composition with Klaus Huber at the ‘Musikakademie der Stadt Basel’ (Basel City Academy of Music). Between 1975 and 1989 he taught theory at Zurich Conservatory and the ‘Musikhochschule Zürich’ (Zurich School of Music). In 1994 Josef Haselbach won the C.F.Meyer Foundation Prize and the Zollikon Music Prize.

Josef Haselbach
c/o Brigitte Haselbach
Mühlackerstr. 95
CH-8046 Zürich
Fon: +41 (0)1 391 97 25



Mironton (1968)
for two gambas
Order No: 6101, sFr. 31.00
A demanding duet for viola da gamba, composed for Hannelore Müller and August Wenzinger.

Prélude (1979)
for large orchestra ( and two percussion
Order No: 6107, sFr. 49.00
Melody and counter-melody. A piece rich in contrast and full of distinguished sounds.

Leporellos Traum (1989)
for string orchestra, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet and piano
Order No: 6115, sFr. 109.00
"A rhythmically moved, gesture-full, richly chromatic music." (Th. Gartmann) Second part of the trilogy based on Mozart's 'Don Giovanni'.


Missa in festo Pentecostes
Gregorianische Ordinariumsteile
Propriumsteile: Heinz Holliger, Hans Ulrich Lehmann, Josef Haselbach, Peter Wettstein, Gerald Bennett, Jacques Wildberger
(Choralscola Einsiedeln und Luzern; Pater Roman Bannwart; Kathrin Graf; Elmar Schmid; Christoph Schiller; u.a.)

Jecklin JD 617
SME/EMS Order Nr.: 109
Price CHF: 30.-

Josef Haselbach
Josef Haselbach:
Anima di bronzo
Abendlied für Violoncello
Allelujs II
Piano, Piano
Abendlied für Sopran
Leporellos Traum
(Graf; Altwegg; Schmid; Schiller; Corti; Dähler; Profos; Langbein; Camerata Zürich; Tschupp)

Musiques Suisses MGB CTS-M 50
SME/EMS Order Nr.: 73
Price CHF: 30.-

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