Difference between revisions of "Manfred Hößl"

From ChoralWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (Text replace - "} (" to "}   (")
m (Text replace - "* {{NoCo" to "*{{NoCo")
Line 42: Line 42:
 
*{{NoCo|Vituslied}}   ( [{{website|hoessl-acap}} {{net}}] )
 
*{{NoCo|Vituslied}}   ( [{{website|hoessl-acap}} {{net}}] )
 
*{{NoCo|Requiem für kleine Chöre}}   ( [{{website|hoessl-organ}} {{net}}] )
 
*{{NoCo|Requiem für kleine Chöre}}   ( [{{website|hoessl-organ}} {{net}}] )
* {{NoCo|Deutsches Requiem in Es}}   ( [http://mhoessl.de/files/HoeReEs.zip Unknown] [http://mhoessl.de/files/HoeReEs.zip {{mid}}] [http://mhoessl.de/files/HoeReEs.zip Finale 2004] )
+
*{{NoCo|Deutsches Requiem in Es}}   ( [http://mhoessl.de/files/HoeReEs.zip Unknown] [http://mhoessl.de/files/HoeReEs.zip {{mid}}] [http://mhoessl.de/files/HoeReEs.zip Finale 2004] )
 
{{Whatlinkshere}}
 
{{Whatlinkshere}}
  

Revision as of 09:34, 25 September 2013

Life

Born: 1955

Biography
He studied while at Regensburg church and is now church musician in Neumarkt - Sankt Veit. Manfred writes works primarly for use with his choir in Neumarkt. He has published much of his choir and orchestral music on his website: www.mhoessl.de There are also many other works there for free downlaod. Most works are from the 19th century, with sources written with Finale.

View the Wikipedia article on Manfred Hößl.

List of choral works

L E G E N D Disclaimer How to download
ICON SOURCE
File details.gif File details
Question.gif Help


Click here to search for this composer on CPDL

Publications

External links