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Johann Baptist Wanhal (May 12, 1739 – August 20, 1813), also spelled Waṅhal (the spelling the composer himself and at least one of his publishers used), Wanhall, Vanhal and Van Hall (the modern Czech form Jan Křtitel Vaňhal was introduced in the 20th century), was an important Czech classical music composer. He was born in Nechanice, Bohemia, and died in Vienna.

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Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1985 Concerto in F major for 2 Bassoons & Orchestra / 2 Sinfonias Jan Křtitel Vaňhal; Annika Wallin, Arne Nilsson, Umeå Sinfonietta, Jukka-Pekka Saraste 1
1998 Symphonies (London Mozart Players feat. conductor: Matthias Bamert) Johann Baptist Vanhal 1
1999 Symphonies, Volume 1 (Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia feat. conductor: Uwe Grodd) Johann Baptist Vanhal 1
2000 Double Bass Concertos Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, Johann Baptist Vanhal; Chi-Chi Nwanoku, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Paul Goodwin 1
2000 Symphonies, Volume 2 (City of London Sinfonia feat. conductor: Andrew Watkinson) Johann Baptist Vanhal 1
2001 Missa Pastoralis / Missa Solemnis (Tower Voices New Zealand, Aradia Ensemble feat. conductor: Uwe Grodd) Johann Baptist Vanhal 1
2008 Symphonies, Volume 4 (Toronto Chamber Orchestra feat. conductor: Kevin Mallon) Johann Baptist Vanhal 1
2009 Classical Symphonies François-Joseph Gossec, Johann Baptist Vanhal, Antoine Mahaut, Joseph Martin Kraus; Cappella Coloniensis, Hans-Martin Linde 1
Two Symphonies - Cello Concerto Johann Baptist Vanhal 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2007 Dall'Abaco, Locatelli, Vanhal, Kozeluch, Cannabich and Eberl Compilation Dall'Abaco, Locatelli, Vanhal, Kozeluch, Cannabich, Eberl; Concerto Köln 1

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