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ALFREDO CATALANI
FRANCISCUS BOSSINENSIS
FRANZ WAXMAN
ANDREW YORK
BETH ANDERSON
FRANCISCO GABILONDO SOLER
FRANZ VON ECKERT
SONGWRITERS
AARON JAY KERNIS
ABE HOLZMANN
ABE SCHWARTZ
ABOLHASAN SABA
ADALBERTO ALVAREZ
ADAM SCHLESINGER
ADOLF FREDRIK LINDBLAD
ADOLPHUS HAILSTORK
AHN EAK-TAE
ALAIN GORAGUER
ALAN RAWSTHORNE
ALBERT VON TILZER
ALBERT COATES
ALEXANDER COURAGE
ALEXANDER GOEHR
ALEXANDER TCHEREPNIN
ALEXEI FYODOROVICH LVOV
ALEXINA LOUIE
ALFREDO CASELLA
ALFRED BURT
ALFRED REED
ALLEN TOUSSAINT
ALUN HODDINOTT
ALVIN CURRAN
AL DUBIN
AMOS MELLER
ANDREW IMBRIE
ANDRZEJ PANUFNIK
ANDY CAIRNS
ANDY NARELL
ANGELA MORLEY
ANNEA LOCKWOOD
ANTHONY MOORE
ANTOINE DUHAMEL
ANTONIOS KATINARIS
ANTONIO CALDARA
ANTONIO ROSETTI
ANTONIO RUSSOLO
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Alfredo Catalani

  1. This superb piano solo piece is another great work by master composer Alfredo Catalani. (Web site)
  2. Alfredo Catalani's operas are characterized more by the aura he tried to convey in his music than by any sense of personality development. (Web site)
  3. Ne andro lontana (soprano) - full score By Alfredo Catalani. (Web site)

Franciscus Bossinensis

  1. The second shows the same music as arranged for solo voice and lute by Franciscus Bossinensis as found in a collection published by Petrucci in 1509.
  2. Musically we are more aware of Franciscus Bossinensis, though there is uncertainty of his country of origin. (Web site)
  3. There are no dictionary entries for franciscus bossinensis Web Results for: franciscus bossinensis 1-10 of about 34 results Search took 0.17 seconds. (Web site)

Franz Waxman

  1. Franz Waxman got two Oscar Nominations for two of his scores with Alfred Hitchcock.
  2. What made that impossible, and sent Gold (like such older contemporaries of his as Mikl-s Rozsa and Franz Waxman) to the United States, was Hitler.

Andrew York

  1. Andrew York is one of today's most visible and innovative classical guitar composers, and a former member of the GRAMMY winning Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. (Web site)

Beth Anderson

  1. Beth Anderson is a composer of new romantic music, text-sound works, and musical theater. (Web site)
  2. Beth Anderson is a multi-published author in several genres, including romance, mainstream, and crime fiction.
  3. Beth Anderson is an American composer of acclaimed avant-garde works that have been performed internationally, as well as a critic, pianist and vocalist.
  4. Beth Anderson is an American neo-romantic composer. (Web site)
  5. Beth Anderson was born in Kentucky, where she started her studies. (Web site)

Francisco Gabilondo Soler

  1. Francisco Gabilondo Soler - Cri-Cri, a Mexican composer and performer of children's songs. (Web site)
  2. When Francisco Gabilondo Soler was 25 years old, he started his professional career in music.
  3. Torero, boxeador, astr--nomo y marinero, Francisco Gabilondo Soler no s--lo hac--a m--sica.

Franz Von Eckert

  1. Franz von Eckert ( 5 April 1852 - 8 August 1916) was a German musician who composed the harmony for Japan 's national anthem, Kimi Ga Yo.
  2. Franz von Eckert was a native of Neurode, Silesia, Prussia, in what is now Nowa Ruda, Poland.
  3. A German musician Franz von Eckert applied the melody with western style harmony.

Songwriters

  1. Many modern rock and roll bands have one or two songwriters, usually members of the band.
  2. Arista, ABWH's new label, encouraged ABWH to seek outside songwriters, and Trevor Rabin ultimately sent a demo.
  3. This category is for stub articles relating to songwriters.

Aaron Jay Kernis

  1. Aaron Jay Kernis, one of the youngest composers ever to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize, has become among the most esteemed musical figures of his generation.
  2. AARON JAY KERNIS: Well, it is, and there was a lot of fearsome music in this century, a lot of very challenging stuff. (Web site)
  3. Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for 100 Greatest Dance Hits - CD by Aaron Jay Kernis.

Abe Holzmann

  1. Abe Holzmann was a prolific composer of marches and two steps during this period.

Abe Schwartz

  1. Abe Schwartz was one of the heroes of early 20th century klezmer. (Web site)
  2. Abe Schwartz was their mentor.

Abolhasan Saba

  1. Tar and Tombak, Dashti from Abolhasan Saba in Tabriz This is a very unique performance of famous Karevan.
  2. Abolhasan Saba (April 15, 1902 - December 19, 1957), was a renowned Iranian musician, composer, violinist, and setar player.

Adalberto Alvarez

  1. Adalberto Alvarez: " La armon--a es m--a, pero los ritmos son los pueblos".
  2. Eso s--, para la pr--xima versi--n de este certamen, que traigan nuevamente a la orquesta de Adalberto Alvarez.
  3. Pianista, compositor, arreglista y director de orquesta Adalberto Alvarez, es sin dudas, el sonero cubano por excelencia.

Adam Schlesinger

  1. Adam Schlesinger is a American songwriter, composer and record producer. (Web site)

Adolf Fredrik Lindblad

  1. Together with Franz Berwald and Adolf Fredrik Lindblad, he ranks among the most important Swedish symphonists of the 19th century. (Web site)
  2. Er z--hlt neben Franz Berwald und Adolf Fredrik Lindblad zu den bedeutendsten schwedischen Sinfonikern des 19. (Web site)

Adolphus Hailstork

  1. Adolphus Hailstork received his doctorate in composition from Michigan State University, where he was a student of H--Owen-Reed. (Web site)
  2. Post a question or answer questions about "Adolphus Hailstork: Symphonies Nos. (Web site)
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Ahn Eak-Tae

  1. In 1937, Ahn Eak-tae, an internationally noted Korean musician based in Spain, composed the music for Aegukga.
  2. However, the composer Ahn Eak-tae died in 1965, therefore, the copyright of this unofficial national anthem's music will not expire at least until 2015.

Alain Goraguer

  1. Hij zingt werken van de in 1959 overleden Franse zanger en jazztrompettist Boris Vian composer Alain Goraguer.
  2. Alain Goraguer parle de l'orchestration qu'il a sp--cialement r--alis--e.
  3. Alain Goraguer wrote the music, her father, Robert wrote the lyrics.

Alan Rawsthorne

  1. Alan Rawsthorne is one of the leading British composers of the twentieth century. (Web site)
  2. Alan Rawsthorne was born in Lancashire in the north of England. (Web site)

Albert Von Tilzer

  1. Last check: 2007-09-19) Composer Albert Von Tilzer was an important songwriter most active from the early 1900's into the 1920's. (Web site)
  2. Brown, Lew & Albert Von Tilzer Listings If you cannot find what you want on this page, then please use our search feature to search all our listings. (Web site)
  3. In 1902 Von Tilzer formed his own publishing company, where he was soon joined by his younger brother Albert Von Tilzer. (Web site)

Albert Coates

  1. Albert Coates was no relation to Eric Coates, the English light music composer, or to the tenor singer John Coates.

Alexander Courage

  1. Alexander Courage will be remembered for a large body of great film and television music. (Web site)
  2. Alexander Courage, renowned for composing the original Star Trek theme, has died aged 88.

Alexander Goehr

  1. Alexander Goehr is a composer for whom the conventional labels of new music seem increasingly inadequate. (Web site)
  2. Alexander Goehr is an honorary member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. (Web site)
  3. Alexander Goehr was alluding to a musical trend among modern Chinese composers. (Web site)

Alexander Tcherepnin

  1. It was in the United States that Alexander Tcherepnin coordinated the best elements of his research. (Web site)
  2. Returning to France in 1938, Alexander Tcherepnin was unfortunately forced to limit his activities during World War II. (Web site)
  3. Coates (b. 1938) received her musical training from Alexander Tcherepnin and Otto Luening.

Alexei Fyodorovich Lvov

  1. In 1833, Zhukovsky was asked again to write lyrics to a musical composition by Alexei Fyodorovich Lvov called The Russian People's Prayer.
  2. The composer was violinist Prince Alexei Fyodorovich Lvov, and the lyrics were by the Romantic court poet Vasily Zhukovsky. (Web site)

Alexina Louie

  1. Alexina Louie is a member of the Canadian League of Composers and an associate of the Canadian Music Centre.
  2. Alexina Louie is one of Canada's most successful living composers.
  3. Alexina Louie is the daughter of second-generation Canadians of Chinese descent.
  4. Alexina Louie was awarded an honourary doctorate from the University of Calgary in 1997. (Web site)

Alfredo Casella

  1. Alfredo Casella was an Italian composer, organizer, pianist and conductor.

Alfred Burt

  1. This special 50th anniversary edition of "The Alfred Burt Christmas Carols" songbook is a must have for every Christmas music collection. (Web site)
  2. Web Results for: alfred burt 1-10 of about 31,600 results Search took 0.89 seconds.

Alfred Reed

  1. Alfred Reed is one of America's most prolific composers. (Web site)

Allen Toussaint

  1. Allen Toussaint is a record producer, arranger, songwriter, musician and occasional performer. (Web site)

Alun Hoddinott

  1. Alun Hoddinott is a prominent Welsh composer and teacher. (Web site)
  2. Alun Hoddinott was born in Bargoed in 1929. (Web site)

Alvin Curran

  1. Alvin Curran is an American composer who writes music for all occasions. (Web site)
  2. Alvin Curran was not among them, but there are connections.
  3. The score in my photo of the Future Radio studio isn't by Alvin Curran. (Web site)

Al Dubin

  1. In 1932, Warner's hired composer Harry Warren and teamed him with Al Dubin.
  2. Al Dubin & You may report errors and omissions on this page to the IMDb database managers.

Amos Meller

  1. Amos Meller is an Israeli composer and conductor.

Andrew Imbrie

  1. Andrew Imbrie was born in New York in 1921 and grew up in Princeton, New Jersey.
  2. Francisco Opera have each commissioned works by composer Andrew Imbrie.

Andrzej Panufnik

  1. Andrzej Panufnik was born in Warsaw on 24 th September 1914. (Web site)

Andy Cairns

  1. Learn more about Andy Cairns at Last.fm, the world's largest social music platform.
  2. Web Results for: andy cairns 1-10 of about 17,900 results Search took 0.29 seconds.

Andy Narell

  1. Andy Narell is a musician and composer specializing in the steelpan.

Angela Morley

  1. Angela Morley lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, and has been awarded 3 Emmy Awards for her work in television musical scoring. (Web site)
  2. Stott underwent sexual reassignment surgery in the 1970s and became Angela Morley. (Web site)
  3. Angela Morley is perhaps best known as a composer of light music, with the jaunty Rotten Row her best known piece.

Annea Lockwood

  1. ANNEA LOCKWOOD was born in 1939 in Christchurch, New Zealand where she received her early training as a composer. (Web site)
  2. ANNEA LOCKWOOD was born in 1939 in Christchurch, NewZealand where she received her early training as a composer. (Web site)
  3. Annea Lockwood is a teacher and composer whose works have ranged from microtonal pieces to vocal music and electroacoustic explorations. (Web site)

Anthony Moore

  1. Anthony Moore is a composer and Professor at the Academy of Arts and the Media, Cologne working on the theory and history of sound.

Antoine Duhamel

  1. Born in Valmondois in the Val-d'Oise d--partement of France, Antoine Duhamel came from a cinematic family and studied music at the Sorbonne.
  2. Composed by Antoine Duhamel, this edition features the songs of Anna Karina.
  3. Web Results for: antoine duhamel 1-10 of about 2,680 results Search took 0.19 seconds. (Web site)

Antonios Katinaris

  1. Antonios Katinaris was married to Maria Rippi, herself a singer and member of a famous musicians family.
  2. Maria Katinari ( Greek: ---------- ----------------) was born in Chania on Crete as the oldest daughter of Antonios Katinaris. (Web site)
  3. Antonios Katinaris 1931-1999 (bouzouki player) Copyrigh -- hated corp.

Antonio Caldara

  1. Antonio Caldara was born in Venice around 1670, and died in Vienna in 1736.

Antonio Rosetti

  1. Antonio Rosetti (c 1750 – 1792) was a classical era composer, writing around the same time as Haydn and Mozart. (Web site)
  2. The first name frequently specified "Franz" is based on a mistake of a music scientist, who regarded a Franz Anton R--sler, born to 1746, as Antonio Rosetti.

Antonio Russolo

  1. Antonio Russolo was a Futurist composer and brother of Luigi Russolo. (Web site)

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  4. Arts > Music > Composition > Composers > L > Lvov, Alexei Feodorovich. (Web site)
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