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FRANZ HAUK

Born in Neuburg an der Donau in 1955, Franz Hauk studied church and school music, with piano and organ, at the Munich Musikhochschule and in Salzburg. His teachers included Aldo Schoen, Gerhard Weinberger, Franz Lehrndorfer and Edgar Krapp. Several distinctions followed and in 1988 he took his doctorate in the department of musicology with a thesis on church music in Munich at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Since 1982 he has served as organist at Ingolstadt Minster, and since 1995 has also served as chorusmaster. He has given concerts in Europe and the United States and made a number of recordings. He has a particular interest in contemporary music and since October 2002 has taught in the historical performance and church music department of the Munich Music and Theatre Hochschule. He has served as a juror in music competitions and directed master-classes at international music festivals. He founded the Simon Mayr Chorus in 2003 and has been active in the promotion of works by Simon Mayr.


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DONIZETTI, G.: Aristea [Cantata] (A.L. Brown, Hershkowitz, C. Adler, Members of Bavarian State Opera Chorus, Simon Mayr Chorus and Ensemble, Hauk) Naxos
8.573360
Choral - Secular
MAYR, J.S.: Arianna a Nasso [Cantata] (Horak, T.M. Allen, Simon Mayr Choir, Ingolstadt Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Hauk) Naxos
8.573065
Choral - Sacred
MAYR, J.S.: Concerto Bergamasco / Keyboard Concerto in C Major / Trio Concertante (Bavarian Classical Players, Hauk) Naxos
8.570927
Concertos
MAYR, J.S.: David in spelunca Engaddi (David in the Cave of Engedi) [Oratorio] (Hauk) Naxos
8.570366-67
Choral - Sacred
MAYR, J.S.: Innalzamento al trono del giovane re Gioas [Oratorio] (Brown, Frey, Sellier, Burkhart, Simon Mayr Choir and Ensemble, Hauk) Naxos
8.572710-11
Choral - Sacred
MAYR, J.S.: Sagrifizio di Jefte (Il) [Oratorio] (Bassenz, Iranyi, Sellier, Kupfer, Simon Mayr Choir and Ensemble, Hauk) Naxos
8.572719-20
Choral - Sacred
MAYR, J.S.: Samuele [Oratorio] (A.L. Brown, Bernhard, Trost, Hamann, Simon Mayr Choir, Ingolstadt Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Hauk) Naxos
8.572721-22
Opera
MAYR, J.S.: Sogno di Partenope (Il) [Cantata Opera] (Munich State Opera Chorus, Simon Mayr Choir and Ensemble, Hauk) Naxos
8.573236
Choral - Secular
MAYR, J.S.: Tobia, o Tobiae matrimonium [Oratorio] (Simon Mayr Choir and Ensemble, Hauk) Naxos
8.570752-53
Choral - Sacred
MAYR, S.: Te Deum / MOZART, W.A.: Missa solemnis (Simon Mayr Choir, Ingolstadt Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Hauk) Naxos
8.570926
Choral - Sacred
MAYR: L'Armonia / Cantata sopra la morte di Beethoven Naxos
8.557958
Choral - Secular
PAER, F.: Santo Sepolcro (Il) (The Holy Sepulchre) [Oratorio] (Simon Mayr Choir and Ensemble, Hauk) Naxos
8.572492
Choral - Sacred





 
 
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