London
4aA1PTOcMbSDK1uoUPMVlb
composer

Hans Huber

life
28 June 1852 - 25 December 1921

Intro to Huber

Hans Huber was a composer from Switzerland who, between 1894 and 1918, composed five operas. His piano concertos are slightly unusual for the form in that they have, like Brahms' second piano concerto in B-flat major, four movements (scherzos are included in addition to the usual fast, slow, and fast tempo movements). He also wrote a set of 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 100, for piano four-hands in ... more
Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile: Credo, pt. 1
this shouldn't be here
Missa solemnis n°2 en mi bémol Majeur, I Kyrie - Carl Maria Von Weber
this shouldn't be here
Missa solemnis n°2 en mi bémol Majeur, IV Offertorium 'Gloria et honore coronasti eum' - Carl Maria Von Weber
this shouldn't be here
Wiesseer Watschentanz
this shouldn't be here
Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile: Gloria
this shouldn't be here
Missa solemnis n°2 en mi bémol Majeur, VII Agnus Dei - Carl Maria Von Weber
this shouldn't be here
Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile: Kyrie
this shouldn't be here
Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile: Credo, pt. 2
this shouldn't be here
Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile: Gloria
this shouldn't be here
Missa solemnis n°2 en mi bémol Majeur, VI Benedictus - Carl Maria Von Weber
this shouldn't be here

Explore Huber's music

Hans Huber: Symphony No.5 Erste Serenade
Une Révélation
Singer Pur: Herztone (Love Songs)
Huber: Piano Quintet No. 1, Op. 111 & Piano Quartet No. 2 in E Major, Op. 117, "Waldlieder"
Rachmaninoff, Rosenberg, Huber, Benary, Mäder, Eichenwald, Ammann & Brennan: Musik in Luzern
Hans Huber: Works for Violoncello & Piano
Huber: Sinfonie Nr. 3 C-Dur, Op. 118 "Heroische"
Schweizer Bläserquintett plays Paul Juon & Hans Huber
More albums