Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens - Concert With Glass Harp album flac
Instrumental solo album by Accept´s guitarrist Wolf Hoffmann.
Music for Glass Harmonica.
A2. – Aria Ah Perchè Col Canto Mio. Composed By – Vincenc Václav Mašek Glass Harmonica – Bruno Hoffmann. Recorded At – Südwest-Tonstudio Stuttgart.
A glass harp (also called musical glasses, singing glasses, angelic organ, verrilion or ghost fiddle) is a musical instrument made of upright wine glasses. It is played by running moistened or chalked fingers around the rim of the glasses. Each glass is tuned to a different pitch, either by grinding each goblet to the specified pitch, in which case the tuning is invariable, or by filling the glass with water until the desired pitch is achieved.
Johann Adolph Hasse (baptised 25 March 1699 – 16 December 1783) was an 18th-century German composer, singer and teacher of music. Immensely popular in his time, Hasse was best known for his prolific operatic output, though he also composed a considerable quantity of sacred music. Married to soprano Faustina Bordoni and a great friend of librettist Pietro Metastasio, whose libretti he frequently set, Hasse was a pivotal figure in the development of opera seria and 18th-century music.
Johann Adolf Hasse - Mandolin Concerto In G A1 Allegro A2 Largo A3 Allegro. Johann Nepomuk Hummel - Mandolin Concerto In G A4 Allegro Moderato E Grazioso A5 Andante Con Variazioni A6 Rondo (Allegro). Giovanni Hoffmann - Mandolin Concerto In D B1 Allegro Moderato B2 Adagio B3 Rondeau (Allegro Moderato). Orchestre De Chambre Paul Kuentz Takashi Ochi - mandolin Paul Kuentz – conductor. Händel, Paisiello, Vivaldi, Hasse, Mozart, Hummel, Hoffman and Beethoven all composed music for the mandolin. Verdi, Mahler, Prokofiev, Stravinsky and Schoenberg used it occasionally just for effect
An Album/ LP by Glass Harp described as follows Label/Pressing Date: Decca Records label, pressed in 1972. Inner Sleeve Included (Yes/No): Yes, Also includes the lyrics insert Phil keaggy glass harp play thru me vinyl lp promo sparrow SP- ex orig. FSM 53 233 EB. Bruno Hoffmann. Concert with glass harp. GLASS HARP - It Makes Me Glad (Decca DL 75358, 1972) MINT-/MINT vinyl. Decca DL 75358, 1972.
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By Johann Sebastian Bach - Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra & Richard Hayman. 5. Flute Concerto in D Major, RV 90, "Il Gardellino": II. Largo. By Antonio Vivaldi - Béla Drahos & Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia. Trio Sonata in C Major: I. Allegro. By Johann Adolf Hasse - Anna Holbling, Jozef Zsapka & Quido Holbling. 17. Messiah, HWV 56: Hallelujah. By George Frideric Handel - Scholars Baroque Ensemble. 17 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes.
|–Johann Adolf Hasse||Cantata »L'Armonica« For Soprano, Glass Harp, 2 Oboes, 2 Horns And Strings||(32:55)|
|–||Aria »Ah Perchè Col Canto Mio«|
|–||Aria »Ardir, Germana«|
|–||Aria »Alla Stagion De'fiori«|
|–||Aria »O Gema Tra Le Fronde«|
|–Anton Reicha||Grand Solo Pour Harmonica Avec L'accompagnement De L'orchestre||(15:08)|
|–||Andante Un Poco Allegretto|
|–Vincenc Václav Mašek*||Theme (Adagio) And Six Variations For Solo Glass Harmonica||8:18|
|FSM 53 233 EB||Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens||Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens - Concert With Glass Harp (LP)||FSM , Edition Brockhoff||FSM 53 233 EB||Germany||1982|
|FSM 53 233 EB||Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens||Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens - Konzert Mit Glasharfe (LP)||FSM , Edition Brockhoff||FSM 53 233 EB||Germany||1982|
|42 668 4||Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens||Johann Adolf Hasse - Bruno Hoffmann, Edith Wiens - Konzert Mit Glasharfe (LP)||Orbis||42 668 4||Germany||1985|