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  Radio Hall of Fame - Karl Haas, Classical Music Host
Karl Haas is the creator and host of the longest running daily classical music program in broadcast history, Adventures in Good Music.
Karl Haas, a native of Speyer-on-the-Rhine, Germany, began his love affair with music at age six, when he received his first piano lesson from his mother.
Karl Haas was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1997.
www.radiohof.org /discjockey/karlhaas.html   (240 words)

  
  Karl Haas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Haas was born in Speyer, Germany and studied at the Mannheim Conservatory and the University of Heidelberg.
Haas, who was Jewish, left Germany in 1936 with the rise of Nazism.
Haas received the Charles Frankel Award of the National Endowment for the Humanities in 1991.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Karl_Haas   (397 words)

  
 Karl Haas on WUOL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Karl Haas began his love affair with music at age six in his hometown, Speyer-on-the-Rhine, Germany, where his mother gave him his first piano lessons.
Haas where he could expand his music commentary.
Syndication means that after Karl Haas records a program in his New York studio, it can be provided to any radio station in the world.
www.wuol.org /haas_bio.htm   (666 words)

  
 Dr. Haas Comes to Town   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Haas, an active conductor and performer on the recital tour circuit as well as on radio and television, is close to being a legend in his own time.
Haas and his "Adventures in Good Music" went earnestly and commendably further than informing us that the theme from "The Lone Ranger" and was a portion of the "William Tell" overture, or that Maria Callas would never have sung at the Met if she hadn't lost weight.
The name Karl Haas brings a smile to the faces of those who have and continue to be coached in our appreciation of classical music by a master with a sense of humor, a great love, and unabashed enthusiasm for his lifelong work.
www.princetoninfo.com /199806/80624p03.html   (572 words)

  
 Karl Haas; commentator on classical music | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Karl Haas, the popular classical music commentator whose program "Adventures in Good Music" was once the most listened to classical music radio show in the world, died Feb. 6 at a hospital in Royal Oak, Mich. He was 91.
Haas gave recitals and conducted throughout his life, and from 1967 to 1971 served as president of the institution now known as the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan.
Haas in the 1960s to say that it was a "longhair program with a crew cut," a description he was happy to repeat.
www.signonsandiego.com /uniontrib/20050213/news_lz1j13haas.html   (461 words)

  
 WNED Classical 94.5 FM
Haas twice has been awarded the coveted George Foster Peabody Award (most recently in 1988), the "Emmy" Award of Broadcasting, a rare and prestigious honor in recognition of his outstanding contribution to broadcasting; he has been awarded the National Telemedia Award as well.
Karl Haas was honored in 1956 by the French Government by being appointed "Officier d'Académie" to recognize his services in the cause of French culture.
Haas broadcasts from his studio in New York City and appears regularly as recitalist and conductor throughout the country, as well as on radio and television.
www.wned.org /FM/hosts.asp?host=Haas   (898 words)

  
 Classical Radio Personality Karl Haas, 91, Dies (washingtonpost.com)
Karl Haas, 91, a radio personality who for more than half a century shared his love of classical music with listeners around the world, died Feb. 6 at William Beaumont Hospital in the Detroit suburb of Royal Oak.
"Karl Haas had the unique knack of being able to convey his love and knowledge of classical music to an audience that, for the most part, wasn't all that familiar with it," Conrad said.
Haas received two George Foster Peabody Awards for excellence in broadcasting and the National Endowment for the Humanities Charles Frankel Award in 1991.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A6475-2005Feb7.html   (602 words)

  
 Karl Haas, 91, classical music radio host - The Boston Globe
Haas died Sunday at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich., of unspecified causes.
Haas founded the Chamber Music Society of Detroit and worked as a conductor and pianist, performing a weekly piano recital with commentary in French on Quebec radio.
Haas earned two George Foster Peabody Awards for excellence in broadcasting and the National Endowment for the Humanities' Charles Frankel Award in 1991.
www.boston.com /news/globe/obituaries/articles/2005/02/09/karl_haas_91_classical_music_radio_host   (393 words)

  
 CHAPTER TWO  BUMBY
Haas asked me calmly what I wanted and- I explained that I was an Oberlieutenant and that at the payday I had only been paid the pay of a Lieutenant and I had come to insist that I be paid the difference.
And of course, Hauptman Karl Haas was not strangled to death.
And Ernest did wear the Haas officer belt and buckle from time to time as is clearly shown in a photograph of Ernest sitting in front of a Henry Streeter painting.
www.tksanders.com /chapter_two__bumby.htm   (1137 words)

  
 Guest CD Review of Jeff Haas Trio / The Word - Hagesher Chai—The Bridge Lives / The Word on @ jazzreview.com
A lifelong Motown resident, Jeff Haas draws his musical values from a amalgamation of growing up with the popular culture music that was overwhelming the streets of Detroit in the sixties, and being the attentive son of the Jewish Temple Music Director/Organist.
Haas explains in an interview given to Detroit’s Sunday Journal, “It’s all about building bridges between generations, races, continents, cultures, the past and the present.” Mr.
Haas makes a gallant attempt at bringing music and social consciousness together which succeeds in great part simply because he excels with his compositional abilities that his band executes flawlessly.
www.jazzreview.com /guestreview.cfm?ID=521   (454 words)

  
 Karl Haas Information
Karl Haas (December 6, 1913 - February 6, 2005) was a classical music radio show host whose distinctively sonorous voice and humanistic approach to making his joy of music contagious made him beloved by millions.
Haas was born in Speyer, Germany and studied at the Mannheim Conservatory and the University of Heidelberg.
Video in which Karl Haas briefly explains why he devoted his entire life to music
www.bookrags.com /Karl_Haas   (277 words)

  
 Haas, Joseph
Joseph Haas was born in the Bavarian town of Maihingen near Nördlingen on 19 March 1879.
From 1904 Haas took private lessons with him in Munich and in 1907 followed him to Leipzig where he also studied with Karl Straube and Adolf Ruthardt at the local conservatoire.
Haas received numerous awards and honours, including honorary degrees from the University of Munich (1954) and the Papal Institute of Sacred Music in Rome (1953).
www.schott-music.com /autoren/KomponistenAZ/show,3775.html   (340 words)

  
 news.boisestate.edu NEWS RELEASE: February 8, 2005: Classical Radio Personality Karl Haas Dies At Age 91
Haas was born on Dec. 6, 1913 in Speyer-on-the-Rhine, Germany, where his deep appreciation for classical music began at the age of 6 with his first piano lesson, given by his mother.
Haas received many major awards, including two George Foster Peabody Awards for excellence in broadcasting, and the National Telemedia Award and Person of the Year award from Boston’s WGBH.
Haas is survived by his daughter Alyce, sons Jeffrey and Andrew, and grandchildren, Jessie Knox-Haas and Sophie Haas.
news.boisestate.edu /newsrelease/archive/2005/022005/0208haas.html   (678 words)

  
 Up At The Villa - Preview Online
Haas is not a film-maker to be much affected by fashion.
Both movies had their own very distinctive voice - partly due to the fact that, in both cases, the screenplays were written by Haas’ wife and regular collaborator, Belinda.
What also helped was the fact that Haas and his team seemed able to get top results on somewhat limited means.
www.preview-online.com /may_june00/feature_articles/upatthevilla   (450 words)

  
 [Deathwatch] Karl Haas, music broadcaster, 91
Haas died Sunday at a hospital in Royal Oak, according to WCLV-FM in Cleveland, which produced his program.
Haas delighted listeners with his vast musical knowledge and his penchant for punny program titles, such as "The Joy of Sax" and "Baroque and in Debt." A farmer once told Haas he listened to the show every day on his tractor, WCLV President Robert Conrad said.
Haas also served as president of the Interlochen Academy of Arts in Interlochen, Mich., from 1967 to 1971.
slick.org /deathwatch/mailarchive/msg01623.html   (365 words)

  
 The Partial Observer - Remembering Karl Haas
Karl’s program helped inspire generations of new classical music fans, the medium of radio allowed people who wouldn’t normally have an opportunity to learn about classical music to enroll in a sort of on-air study experience.
From Karl’s delightful trademark greeting of “Hello everyone” to his closing remarks, there was always a flash of happiness and contentment in the tone.
Haas had been appointed President of the Camp and the Interlochen Arts Academy and, for some reason, had his picture taken with a group of campers of which I was supposed to be a part, [but] I missed that photograph due to some complication.
www.partialobserver.com /article.cfm?id=1394   (1619 words)

  
 Internet Radio Show: Adventures in Good Music with Karl Haas
Karl Haas' Adventures in Good Music began in 1959.
In 1991, Haas received the National Endowment for the Humanities' Charles Frankel Award.
Haas has written a book, "Inside Music", which is now in its 10th printing, and has recorded three best selling compact discs based on his programs.
www.radioshowlinks.com /internet_radio/adventures_good_music_h1.aspx   (237 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Features -- Classical music broadcaster Karl Haas, host of popular radio show, dies ...
DETROIT – Karl Haas, who brought classical music to millions of listeners through his syndicated radio program, "Adventures in Good Music," has died.
Haas died Sunday at a hospital in Royal Oak, according to WCLV-FM in Cleveland, which produced his program.
Haas also served as president of the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Interlochen, Mich., from 1967 to 1971.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/features/20050207-1051-obit-haas.html   (345 words)

  
 Musician, broadcaster Karl Haas dies at 91 | wkyc.com
A pianist, conductor and musicologist, Haas settled in Detroit in 1936.
Haas began doing radio commentary in the 1950s.
Haas delighted listeners with his vast musical knowledge and his penchant for puns in his program titles, such as “The Joy of Sax” and “Baroque and in Debt.”
www.wkyc.com /news/news_print.asp?id=29962   (148 words)

  
 Karl Haas Passes Away | MetaFilter
Karl Haas has passed away at the age of 91.
FWIW, Karl's theme music is the 2nd movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata #8 in C Minor, also known as the "Pathetique".
Haas but I will continue to hear his voice, imitated by various classical music station announcers.
www.metafilter.com /39356/Karl-Haas-Passes-Away   (1005 words)

  
 High and Low Notes: Karl Haas RIP
When I was working as a cataloguer at the Music Library at Indiana University's School of Music, we used to have the radio in the office tuned to WFIU, the college NPR station constantly.
For me, his way of explaining things about classical music, and his immense knowledge of the individual lives and adventures of the composers, as well as his great selection of music, and his outrageously delicious sense of humor, were blessings that improved my day, every time.
While I was in Florida this weekend I got to listen to Haas again (he's not to be heard on NY radio these days).
www.highandlownotes.com /2005/02/karl-haas-rip.html   (457 words)

  
 classical music - andante - karl haas, host of long-running classical radio program, has died at age 91
Haas died Sunday at a hospital in Royal Oak, according to the radio station WCLV-FM in Cleveland, Ohio, which produced his program.
Haas delighted listeners with his vast musical knowledge and his penchant for punny program titles, such as "The Joy of Sax" and "Baroque and in Debt."
Haas stopped doing new shows two years ago, but the program still airs in reruns on about 100 stations in the United States and Australia, Conrad said.
www.andante.com /article/article.cfm?id=25122   (338 words)

  
 Wallack Somers & Haas, P.C.
Karl Haas has served as the responsible attorney on a variety of real estate projects for construction and permanent financing, leasing, and other matters.
Haas began his legal career at Baker and Daniels (Associate 1985–1991; Partner 1992–1999) before co-founding Wallack Somers and Haas in 1999.
Haas has been listed multiple times in “Who’s Who in Commercial Real Estate,” Indianapolis Business Journal (1998–2002), has been listed in Best Lawyers in America (2005-2006), and was also given a number 1 ranking by Chambers and Partners amongst real estate attorneys in Indianapolis (2005-2006).
www.wshlaw.com /bio/KarlHaas   (192 words)

  
 Piano Forums at Piano World: Karl Haas: RIP
This is topic Karl Haas: RIP in forum Pianist Corner at Piano Forums at Piano World.
Haas was a guest at the station during the annual on air fund raising drive one year.
He was a most interesting man to visit with and actual took the time to talk with us student employees.
www.pianoworld.com /ubb/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=print_topic;f=2;t=007085   (374 words)

  
 Joplin Independent:Karl Haas, classical music host, dies
Locally Haas was the 2000 winner of the Fine Arts Radio Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Klassix Society/Friends of KXMS at Missouri Southern State University-Joplin.
Haas was born on December 6, 1913 in Speyer-on-the-Rhine, Germany, where his deep appreciation for classical music began at the age of 6 with his first piano lesson given by his mother.
In 1936, denied a job because he was Jewish, he left Germany and emigrated to the United States, settling in Detroit and working to earn the money to help his family and his future wife, Trudie, follow him a year later.
www.joplinindependent.com /display_article.php/s-smith1108061993   (375 words)

  
 2006 Karl Haas Prize for Music Education
The 2006 Karl Haas Prize for Music Education has been awarded to Christopher O'Riley, host of From the Top, nationally distributed by Public Radio International since its inception in 2000 and heard on more than 250 stations.
The award, as you may know, is named after the late venerated broadcaster Karl Haas, producer/host of Adventures in Good Music.
Karl’s 40-year career in educating a world-wide radio audience in the joys of classical music stands as a benchmark in the history of radio.
www.mssu.edu /kxms/karlhaasprize_2006.htm   (484 words)

  
 Karl Haas - AOL Music
Karl Haas (December 6, 1913 - February 6, 2005) was a classical music radio show host whose distinctively sonorous voice and humanistic approach to making...
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 Karl Haas - MozartForum
In this morning's paper I read of the death of Karl Haas at age 91.
Haas would play music of the composer or theme of the week and bring this music to my level, at the time as low as could be.
Thank you Karl Haas, and rest in peace.
www.mozartforum.com /VB_forum/showthread.php?t=753   (186 words)

  
 3MBS Radio
Although Karl died on February 6, 2005, his programs, which are his legacy, will continue to be made available to the listeners of the stations that carry him.
In 1991, Karl received the National Endowment for the Humanities' Charles Frankel Award, which was presented to him by the first President Bush at a ceremony at the White House.
In addition to his daily broadcasts, Haas wrote a book, Inside Music, which is now in its 10th printing, and he recorded three best selling compact discs based on his programs.
www.3mbs.org.au /karlhaas.html   (222 words)

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