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  1. Music, César Franck, arranged and orchestrated by Geoffrey Corbett.
  2. It stars Harry H Corbett and Stanley Baxter as a pair of petty crooks who join the army rather than go to prison.
  3. Jean-Fran--ois Corbett Jean-Fran--ois Corbett (born June 4, 1976) is a physicist and has been a political activist. (Web site)

Sergei Rachmaninoff

  1. Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943), composer of 3 symphonies in a late-Romantic style. (Web site)
  2. But Grieg-inspired Sergei Rachmaninoff wrote 4 piano concertos from the 1890's into 1901.
  3. A brief look at the conducting career of the great Russian pianist-composer Sergei Rachmaninoff.

Sergei Prokofiev

  1. Examples of this practice are evident in scores by Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, Dmitri Shostakovich. (Web site)
  2. Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953), Soviet composer of seven symphonies, plus a 'Symphony-Concerto for Cello and Orchestra'.

Dmitri Shostakovich

  1. Dmitri Shostakovich was a Russian composer of the Soviet period.

Claude Debussy

  1. Claude Debussy was born in St. Germain-en-Laye in 1862 where his parents owned a china shop. (Web site)
  2. Claude Debussy was born in St. Germain-en-Laye in 1862, the eldest of five children. (Web site)

Craig Armstrong

  1. Craig Armstrong is a film score composer, arranger, producer and solo artist. (Web site)
  2. Craig Armstrong is a man and musician after my own heart. (Web site)
  3. Craig Armstrong is a pioneering composer whose works are truly inspiring.
  4. Craig Armstrong is a pop music composer noted for his many film scores. (Web site)
  5. Craig Armstrong is an amazing composer and has recently became one of my favorite modern composers, alongside Ennio Morricone and Michael Nyman. (Web site)

Richard Strauss

  1. Upon a second visit to Vienna, Ahn received assistance from Richard Strauss to bring Symphonic Fantasy Korea to near completion.
  2. Albert Herring is in some ways reminiscent of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan and in some ways that of Richard Strauss.
  3. His orchestration is skillful and colorful, reminiscent of that of Richard Strauss.


  1. According to Reich, the piece is influenced by Bart--k 's and Alfred Schnittke 's string quartets. (Web site)
  2. The more recent generation of composers will be represented by Edison Denisov, Alfred Schnittke, Boris Tishchenko and Sofiya Gubaidulina.
  3. Schnittke's stock will, I suspect, follow Shostakovich's.

Igor Stravinsky

  1. Igor Stravinsky was born in Oranienbaum (now Lomonosov), Russia at noon, June 5th 1882 in the old Russian calendar.


  1. Zemlinsky was born in Vienna and studied the piano from a young age. (Web site)
  2. Zemlinsky was born in Vienna to a highly multicultural family. (Web site)
  3. Zemlinsky was uniquely influential to the Second Viennese School.

Leroy Anderson

  1. Leroy Anderson was born on June 29, 1908 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the son of Swedish immigrants.
  2. Leroy Anderson was a composer of orchestral songs without words that have become a part of our everyday life. (Web site)
  3. Leroy Anderson was a composer whose work conveyed very strong visual images. (Web site)
  4. Leroy Anderson was a light-classical pop composer, and notably composed the famous christmas song sleigh ride. (Web site)
  5. Leroy Anderson was a master of short compositions, for sure. (Web site)

Arthur Bliss

  1. Arthur Bliss was one of the generation of English modernists who came of age in the shadow of Elgar and the Great War.

Experimental Composers

  1. E Experimental composers Articles in category "20th century classical composers" There are 199 articles in this category.
  2. An associate of John Cage and other experimental composers, Feldman was part of the so-called New York school. (Web site)


  1. Nono is one of the major Italian composers of the late 20th century.
  2. Nono was so disgusted he left ostentatiously in mid-scene.

Second Viennese School

  1. Volume 2 is devoted to Stravinsky and the composers of the second Viennese school, whose works were the bedrock of the Domaine programmes. (Web site)
  2. The most prominent school of musicians to compose in this manner were the " Second Viennese School " of Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg, and Anton Webern.

Beth Anderson

  1. Beth Anderson is an American neo-romantic composer.

Ben Neill

  1. Ben Neill is a composer, performer, and inventor of the mutantrumpet, a hybrid electro-acoustic instrument. (Web site)
  2. The first "version" was for an ensemble of mine that consisted of Ikue Mori, Ben Neill, Laura Seaton and myself.

Albert Roussel

  1. Albert Roussel (1869-1937), French composer of four symphonies.
  2. Denève’s first recording with the RSNO, Albert Roussel’s Symphony No. (Web site)

Lou Harrison

  1. Lou Harrison was one of the Western composers who embraced the gamelan.
  2. Lou Harrison is a national treasure, and it's good to see his music continuing to be appreciated by a small but ever-growing audience. (Web site)
  3. Lou Harrison is a towering though somewhat underrated figure in American music.
  4. Lou Harrison was born ninety years ago, on May 14 1917, and died in 2003.


  1. Puccini was born in Lucca in Tuscany, Italy into a family with five generations of musical history behind them.
  2. Puccini: a biography. (Web site)

Alan Hovhaness

  1. Alan Hovhaness melded music of the east and west, writing more than 60 symphonies amongst some 400 opus numbers.
  2. Alan Hovhaness, a major American composer, was born 100 years ago in 1911. (Web site)
  3. Alan Hovhaness is one of America’s most prolific composers, having over 400 compositions credited to him.
  4. Alan Hovhaness was born in Boston in 1911. (Web site)


  1. Alfano was given a year to write Turandot -s final act, as Toscanini wanted the piece to premiere on the anniversary of Puccini-s death.
  2. Alfano was a distinguished teacher and composer, and had enjoyed respectable success with his own operas. (Web site)
  3. Alfano was appointed director of the Liceo Musicale (later Conservatory) of Turin in 1923, remaining there until 1939. (Web site)
  4. Alfano is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy. (Web site)
  5. Alfano was attracted to the subject but Cain's fee was felt to be unreasonably high. (Web site)

Alfred Bruneau

  1. Alfred Bruneau (1857-1934): born 150 years ago.
  2. Poème et musique de Alfred Bruneau. (Web site)
  3. Pièce en quatre actes avec musique tirèe du roman d'Emile Zola par Alfred Bruneau. (Web site)

Alvin Curran

  1. Alvin Curran was not among them, but there are connections.


  1. Anderson is a recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award, the highest adult award given by the Boy Scouts of America.
  2. Anderson was incredibly imaginative and he composed each piece almost completely in his head.
  3. Anderson was the Bengals nominee for the NFL Man of the Year Award in 2000, '01 and '02. (Web site)

Annie Gosfield

  1. Simon Fell [ photo] takes the stage, accompanied by Min Xiao-Fen [ photo], Annie Gosfield [ photo] and Joey Baron [ photo].
  2. Annie Gosfield's music is often inspired by "non-musical" sounds --- machines, destroyed pianos, and detuned radios.

Anthony Braxton

  1. Anthony Braxton was part of this event as well. (Web site)

Arnold Bax

  1. Arnold Bax was born in 1893, and it is in his compositions that Pagan themes are particularly abundant. (Web site)

Arnold Schoenberg

  1. Arnold Schoenberg is one of the most significant figures in 20th century music. (Web site)

Bart Berman

  1. Bart Berman was appointed to many audition committees and juries on composition and performance. (Web site)

Benjamin Boretz

  1. Benjamin Boretz is a twentieth- and twenty-first-century American composer and music theorist.
  2. Benjamin Boretz is a composer-theorist and professor of music at Bard College, founder and long-time editor of Perspectives of New Music.
  3. Benjamin Boretz is a twentieth- and twenty-first-century American music theorist and composer. (Web site)

Benjamin Britten

  1. Benjamin Britten is one of England's most revered composers of the 20th century. (Web site)
  2. Benjamin Britten was born in 1913 in England. (Web site)


  1. Biberian was born in Istanbul, but moved to the UK to study at Trinity College of Music.


  1. Bolcom is a master of using contrast for optimal artistic purposes. (Web site)
  2. Bolcom is a professor of music composition at the University of Michigan. (Web site)
  3. Bolcom was born in Seattle , He entered the University of Washington at age 11, where he studied piano and composition . (Web site)

Boris Blacher

  1. Boris Blacher was born in China, but returned to Germany where he worked as a teacher of composition in Berlin and later in Dresden.

Bruno Maderna

  1. Bruno Maderna was a close friend of Pierre Boulez. (Web site)
  2. Bruno Maderna was held in great esteem by composers of the international avant-garde, several of whom wrote special works for him. (Web site)

Carlos Wendy

  1. Visit the sites below for music news and information on Music C carlos wendy. (Web site)
  2. Vidas release Ultimo Segundo only continued the success carlos wendy hit single Tomas Tomas Climbed the charts. (Web site)
  3. Name at birth Walter carlos wendy Carlos studiedmusic and physics and found work in New York as a recording engineer. (Web site)

Carl Nielsen

  1. Now Andrew Clements is safely back in London he may well hear music by that great symphonist Carl Nielsen.
  2. Carl Nielsen (1865-1931), composer of 6 symphonies. (Web site)
  3. Jørgen Bentzon's elegant Sonatine shows clearly the composer's affinity with his teacher, Carl Nielsen.


  1. He soon came to the attention of composer and pianist Alfredo Casella, who included the young Castelnuovo-Tedesco's work in his repertoire. (Web site)
  2. There are very few non-Germans, but these include the Italian Alfredo Casella, who was a known Fascist sympathiser.
  3. Casella, Alfredo 1883-1947, Italian composer, pianist, conductor, and writer on music; pupil of Gabriel Fauré at the Paris Conservatory.


  1. Castelnuovo-Tedesco was first introduced to the piano by his mother, and he composed his first pieces when he was just nine years old.

Charles Amirkhanian

  1. On Boski Antheil's death in 1978, Charles Amirkhanian became the executor of the Antheil Estate. (Web site)
  2. Charles Amirkhanian interviews morton feldman and asks him right at the start if his music is Hermetic. (Web site)

Charles Ives

  1. Charles Ives was born in the small manufacturing town of Danbury, Connecticut, on October 20, 1874, two years before Brahms finished his First Symphony. (Web site)
  2. Charles Ives: a bio-bibliography. (Web site)


  1. He moved to Paris in 1997, where he studied composition with Jacques Charpentier's, Professor of the Conservatoire Superieur de Paris.
  2. From 1878 he was professor of composition at the Paris Conservatory where his pupils included Gustave Charpentier, Reynaldo Hahn and Charles Koechlin. (Web site)
  3. Poème et musique de Gustave Charpentier. (Web site)

Chou Wen-Chung

  1. He studied composition with Chou Wen-chung and Mario Davidovsky at Columbia University, earning his DMA in 1993.
  2. Tan Dun, Chen Yi, and Zhou Long travelled to New York to work with Chou Wen-chung; all three took up residence in the city.

Christian Wolff

  1. Christian Wolff was the first to do this.

Colin Mcphee

  1. The ambience of Taxco clearly suited Colin McPhee's muse.
  2. But advancing cirrhosis of the liver killed Colin McPhee on January 14, 1964.
  3. Although Colin McPhee is usually only remembered for Tabu-Tabuhan, his legacy is considerable.

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