Hans Haselböck

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Johann Haselböck (26 Julayi 1928 - 20 Okutobala 2021) anali woimba waku Austria, wopeka, wolemba komanso mphunzitsi wamaphunziro. Anali wagulu ku Dominican Church, Vienna, kwa zaka 65, ndipo anali pulofesa wa organ and improvisation pa Vienna Music Academy, komwe pambuyo pake adakhalanso wamkulu wa gulu la nyimbo za tchalitchi komanso ngati wachiwiri kwa rector. Anapereka ma concert ku Ulaya, North America, ndi Near and Far East. Haselböck amadziwika kuti ndi mpainiya wa nyimbo za tchalitchi cha Katolika m'chinenero cha Chijeremani pambuyo pa Second Vatican Council.[1] Haselböck anabadwira ku Nesselstauden, komwe tsopano ndi gawo la Bergern im Dunkelsteinerwald. Anapita ku bwalo la masewera olimbitsa thupi ku Krems, Lower Austria, kukwaniritsa Matura mu 1947.[2] Kenako anaphunzira nyimbo za organ ndi tchalitchi pa Vienna Conservatory ndi Vienna Music Academy, [5] anamaliza maphunziro ake mu 1952. Anaphunziranso maphunziro a Classics ndi German. amaphunzira ku yunivesite ya Vienna, komwe adakwezedwa kukhala doctorate mu 1953. Kuyambira pa 4 November 1949, adakali akuphunzira, Haselböck anakhala woimba ku Dominican Church, Vienna, ndipo anakhala ndi ofesi kwa zaka 65. Anaphunzitsanso Chilatini ndi Chijeremani ku Sigmund-Freud-Gymnasium pambuyo pake. Anapindula mphoto yoyamba ku Internationaler Orgelimprovisationswettbewerb Haarlem [de], mpikisano wapadziko lonse wokonzanso ziwalo pa tchalitchi cha St. Bavo, katatu motsatizana mpaka 1960. Chaka chimenecho, anayamba kuphunzitsa organ ndi improvisation ku Vienna Music Academy. Anatsogolera luso la nyimbo za tchalitchi kuyambira 1963 mpaka 1987. Anasankhidwa kukhala pulofesa mu 1972. Anali wachiwiri kwa rector kuyambira 1985 mpaka 1990.[3]

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  1. Kirchenmusik-Pionier Hans Haselböck verstorben (in German) Diocese of Vienna, 21 October 2021
  2. Menschenbilder / "Die Welt der Orgel" – Hans Haselböck (in German) Ö1 24 May 2021
  3. "Haselböck, Hans" (in German). Vienna: Doblinger. 2021. Retrieved 23 October 2021.