Alan Hovhaness

Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000)

Alan Vaness Hovhaness [Chakmakjian]
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Nationality: American | Armenian
Born: March 8, 1911, Somerville, MA Died: June 21, 2000, Seattle, WA (age 89)
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Date Age Duration Work
1988 76-77
Trio, Op. 415, Lake Samish (for violin, clarinet and piano)
1986 74-75
Trio for String Trio, Op. 403
1982 70-71
Campuan Sonata for Viola Sonata, Op. 371
1979 67-68
Trio, Op. 331 (for alto sax, tenor sax and baritone sax)
1976 64-65
String Quartet No. 5, Op. 287
1973 61-62
Adagio and Fugue for String Quartet, Op. 265
1973 61-62
Tumburu for Piano Trio, Op. 264, No. 1
1973 61-62
Varuna for Piano Trio, Op. 264, No. 2
1972 60-61
Cello Sonata, Op. 255
1972 60-61
Firdausi, Op. 252 (for clarinet, harp and percussion)
1970 58-59
St. Nerses the Graceful, Op. 235 (for 3 clarinets)
1965 53-54
Yakamochi, Op. 193, No. 2 (for cello and piano)
1964 52-53 9:00
1964 52-53 16:00
1964 52-53 18:00
1963 51-52
Night of a White Cat, Op. 263 (for clarinet and piano)
1963 51-52
Sonata, Op. 130 (for 2 oboes and organ)
1962 50-51
Three Visions of St. Mesrob, Op. 198 (for violin and piano)
1962 50-51
Sonata, Op. 200 (for trumpet and piano)
1962 50-51
String Trio, Op. 201

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Nationality: Czech | Bohemian
Born: December 8, 1890, Polička, Bohemia Died: August 28, 1959, Liestal, Switzerland (age 68)