List of compositions by Johann Adolph Hasse

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Johann Adolph Hasse in 1740, painted by Balthasar Denner.

This is a list of the musical compositions of Johann Adolph Hasse (March 25, 1699 – December 16, 1783) sorted by genre, and then chronologically.

Opera[edit]

Oratorios[edit]

Cantatas and ballads[edit]

  • Chieggio ai gigli ed alle rose (Pietro Metastasio; Naples 1727/1729)
  • Il nome or Scrivo in te l'amato nome (Pietro Metastasio; Naples 1727/1729)
  • È ver, mia Fille, è vero (Pietro Metastasio; Naples 1727/1729)
  • L'Armonica or Ah perché col canto mio (with glass harmonica) (Pietro Metastasio; Vienna 1769)
  • La Gelosia (Pietro Metastasio; Vienna 1769)
  • Il Ciclope (Pietro Metastasio; Venice 1775/1776)
  • La Danza (Pietro Metastasio; Venice 1775/1776)
  • Ah, Troppo è Ver
  • Bella, Mi Parto
  • Bell' Aurora
  • Clori, Clori, mia vita
  • Euridice e Orfeo - cantata a due
  • Per palesarti appieno
  • Se il cantor trace, oh Dio
  • Quel vago seno
  • Fille dolce, mio bene
  • Venetian Ballads for the German flute, violin or harpsichord (London, 1735)
    • Cosa e' sta Cossa?
    • Grazie agli inganni tuoi
    • No ste' a condanarme
    • Si', la gondola avere', no crie'


Church music[edit]

  • Litaniae Lauretanae in f minor
  • Liltaniae Lauretanae in G major
  • Missa ultima in g minor (Venice, 1783)
  • Messe in d minor (1751)
  • Miserere in d minor
  • Miserere in F major
  • Miserere in c minor
  • Regina coeli in D major
  • Requiem in C major (1763)
  • Salve Regina in A major
  • Salve Regina in F major
  • Sub tuum praesidium in B major
  • Sub tuum praesidium in c minor
  • Te Deum (1751)
  • Venite pastores. Motetto pastorale

For vespers[edit]

  • Domine ad adjuvandum me festina in C major
  • Dixit Dominus (Ps 109) in C major
  • Confitebor (Ps 110) in F major
  • Beatus vir (Ps 111) in a minor
  • Laudate pueri (Ps 112) in A major

Instrumental music[edit]

  • Six sonatas for cembalo (pianoforte)
  • Six trio sonatas
    • Sonata I in e minor
    • Sonata II in C major
    • Sonata III in A major
    • Sonata IV in G major
    • Sonata V in E major
    • Sonata VI in D major
  • Six violin sonatas
  • Six concertos for organ solo
    • Concerto no.1 in F major
    • Concerto no.2 in G major
    • Concerto no.3 in G major
    • Concerto no.4 in D major
    • Concerto no.5 in F major
    • Concerto no.6 in D major
  • Cello concerto in D major
  • Flute concerto in D major
  • Flute concerto in b minor
  • Concerto for two flutes in G major
  • Oboe concerto in F major
  • Mandolin concerto in G major
  • Organ concerto in D major
  • 6 Sonatas or trios for 2 flutes or violins (London, 1739)
  • Solos for a German flute or violin, with a through bass for the harpsichord or violoncello Op.2 (London, 1740)
  • 12 Concertos for flute, strings and continuo Op. 3 (London, 1741)
  • 6 Concertos for violins, French horns or hoboys & c. with a thorough bass for ye harpsichord or violoncello in eight parts, Op.4 (London, 1741)
  • Solos for flute or vioin Op.5 (London, 1744)
  • 6 Sinfonias Op.5
  • 6 Concertos for the Harpsicord or Organ (London, 1741)
  • 6 Sonatas for harpsichord Op.7 (London, 1758)

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