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This Review contains major "Composer"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- The composer was born in Milan in 1720.
- The composer was a great admirer of the young singer.
- The composer was sixty-five when he started to write the music, which he completed in 1882.
- The composer was only twenty at the time of its première in the capital.
- The composer was greatly disheartened, and took to his bed, for he was ill alike in mind and body.
- Delibes may not be Wagner,Puccini, or Verdi, but he sure is a great composer.
- At the time, his operas impressed Tchaikovsky enough for the composer to rate Delibes more highly than Brahms.
- The entries are sorted alphabetically by opera title, with the name of the composer and the year of the first performance also given.
- Modest Mussorgsky was a great composer despite his best efforts.
- Judith Weir appears on four of the ten lists consulted, more than any other female composer in the sample.
- This was followed by Cavalli's 'Serse,' conducted by the composer himself.
- In 1782 Mozart embarked on the composition of piano concertos, so that he could appear both as composer and soloist.
- Georges Bizet ( October 25, 1838 --- June 3, 1875) was a French composer and pianist of the romantic era.
- Sigurd is an opera in four acts and 9 scenes by the French composer Ernest Reyer on a libretto by Camille du Locle and Alfred Blau.
- Delibes, Léo: (1836-91); French composer of the opera Lakme (1883) and the ballets Sylvia and Coppelia.
- Madama Butterfly is a tragic opera in three acts by the Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (see Puccini, Giacomo).
- Luigi Cherubini ( September 14, 1760 --- March 15, 1842) was an Italian composer who spent most of his working life in France.
- Puccini at the piano, caricature by L Cappiello Italian composer, 1858-1924.
- Philip Glass (born January 31, 1937) is an American composer whose music is frequently described as minimalist.
- First female American composer to win the Prix de Rome.
- Mark Adamo (1962- ): Little Women Mark Adamo (1962-) is an American composer and librettist who was born in Philadelphia.
- Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) a Spanish composer born in C--diz, wrote the two act opera La Vida Breve (Brief Life) in 1905.
- Born in Salzburg, the son of a composer, Mozart was a musical prodigy.
- Jakub Ryba was a prolific Czech composer, particularly of church music.
- Josef Myslive--ek ( March 9, 1737 --- February 4, 1781) was a Czech composer in the Galant tradition.
- The Baroque opera Il Bellerofonte of the Czech composer Josef Myslivecek also derives its name from Bellerophon.
- His father, Stefan, was a violinist, and his uncle Valentin a pianist and composer, so I am really just keeping a great musical tradition going," she says.
- Bohemian pianist and composer.
- Helsinki, Finland pianist and composer.
- In 1923 he moved to Zagreb, where he kept working both as conductor and composer until his death.
- Anton Coppola has had an extremely successful career as a conductor and a composer in the USA and as director of several opera houses.
- Antonio Salieri ( August 18, 1750 --- May 7, 1825), born in Legnago, Italy, was a composer and conductor.
- Austrian opera composer and musicologist.
- Opera composers Operas by composer The opera corpus, a comprehensive list of composers and their operas.
- Italian libretti were the norm, even when a German composer like Handel found himself writing for London audiences.
- De Temporum Fine Comoedia, literally A Play of the End of Time, is an opera or musical play by 20th Century German composer Carl Orff.
- Romantic opera Der Freisch--tz (The Freeshooter) by German composer Carl Maria von Weber: plot synopsis, character list, and other Weber opera information.
- Verdi, Giuseppe: (1813-1901); greatest Italian opera composer of the 19th century; works include La traviata, Rigoletto, Aida, Otello, and many more.
- Giovanni Paisiello (or Paesieixo) (May 9, 1741 – June 5, 1816), was an Italian composer of the Classical era.
- In 1774 he succeeded Gassmann as court composer and conductor of the Italian opera; from 1788 he was also court Kapellmeister.
- Verdi most often refers to Giuseppe Verdi (1813â1901), a famous Italian opera composer.
- Claudio Monteverdi ( May 15, 1567 (baptized) --- November 29, 1643) was an Italian composer, viol player, and singer.
- Dantons Tod was adapted from Georg B--chner 's play by Einem and his teacher, composer Boris Blacher.
- The son and pupil of famous baroque composer Francesco Manfredini, he was a music teacher for Pavel Petrovich who later became Emperor of Russia.
- To support a production, premiere, and tour of The Happy Prince by composer Malcolm Williamson.
- To support a production of Margaret Garner, a newly commissioned American opera by composer Richard Danielpour and librettist Toni Morrison.
- In 1832 he was sent to Milan, but was refused a place at the conservatory and studied with Vincenzo Lavigna, composer and former La Scala musician.
- ROSAS, Juventino (1868-1894) José Juventino Policarpo Rosas Cadenas was a Mexican musician and composer with a long-ass name.
- Ruggero Leoncavallo (1857-1919) Italian composer associated with verismo.
- Italian composer Gioacchino Rossini's classic opera buffa (comic opera) is one of the shining stars of the genre.
- Italian composer, famous above all for Cavalleria rusticana, usually given in a double-bill with Leoncavallo's I pagliacci. Richard Strauss (1864-1949).
- Leoncavallo, Ruggiero: (1858-1919); Italian composer of verismo opera; his most famous work is Pagliacci.
- An Austrian composer associated with Expressionism, Schreker once rivalled Richard Strauss in popularity but, as a Jew, he fell foul of the Nazis.
- More Wozzeck is a tragic opera by the Austrian composer Alban Berg (see Berg, Alban).
- The Telephone is an comic opera in one act by Italian-American composer Gian Carlo Menotti.
- Gian Carlo Menotti, composer and founder of the Festival of the Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy, died Thursday at a hospital in Monaco, his son said.
- Also from Livorno, Soffredini was a composer, teacher and musical critic.
- His brother Giulio Cesare Monteverdi, 1573-?, was a composer, organist, and critic, and Claudio's assistant at the court of Mantua.
- Jean-Philippe Rameau, born in Dijon, France, in 1683, was a composer, harpsichordist and organist.
- Florian Leopold Gassmann, the court ballet and chamber music composer in Vienna, was called to Italy to compose the music for this opera.
- His version of La Boheme, written after a famous feud with Puccini, fell into obscurity as the rival composer's work became more popular.
- Composed on 29 February 2004 in Cologne, at the composer's studio.
- Tosca, a melodrama in three acts Giacomo Puccini, composer.
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