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Georg Friedrich Haas

1953 - Today

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Georg Friedrich Haas (born 16 August 1953 in Graz, Austria) is an Austrian composer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Georg Friedrich Haas has received more than 100,739 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Georg Friedrich Haas is the 1,153rd most popular composer, the 827th most popular biography from Austria and the 59th most popular Austrian Composer.

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  • 100k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 54.78

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.28

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.97

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among COMPOSERS

Among composers, Georg Friedrich Haas ranks 1,153 out of 1,228Before him are Harald Kloser, Peter Warlock, Walter Susskind, Näcip Cihanov, Shivkumar Sharma, and Horatio Parker. After him are Mychael Danna, Carl Ruggles, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Javier Navarrete, David Del Tredici, and William Bolcom.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1953, Georg Friedrich Haas ranks 403Before him are Arta Dade, Viktor Kozin, Bernard Tchoullouyan, Vera Komisova, Pete Hoekstra, and Matthias Platzeck. After him are Keith Allen, Franco Selvaggi, Desiré Wilson, Yahya Ould Hademine, Vlastimil Petržela, and Louie Anderson.

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In Austria

Among people born in Austria, Georg Friedrich Haas ranks 827 out of 1,075Before him are Peter Zoller (1952), Grete Mostny (1914), Walter Slezak (1902), Hans Haas (1906), Alex Manninger (1977), and Hans Binder (1948). After him are Sulamith Goldhaber (1923), Christoph Ransmayr (1954), Otto Stuppacher (1947), DJ Ötzi (1971), Peter Stöger (1966), and Christian Klien (1983).

Among COMPOSERS In Austria

Among composers born in Austria, Georg Friedrich Haas ranks 59Before him are Richard Heuberger (1850), Siegmund von Hausegger (1872), Johann Nepomuk David (1895), Hans Gál (1890), Ernest Gold (1921), and Harald Kloser (1956).