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Whether it be classical or contemporary, composers are the men and women behind the music. Beethoven and Mozart are among those who have left their marks on history.
the people who write, produce, and play popular music, or the part  of a city where they work
I don't think so. (It's Anna Holtz)
Yes He Did. One of his daughter's name was Linda
n the same year Chopin gave solo concerts in Vienna and premieredhis Piano Concerto No.1 in F minor. In 1830 he premiered his PianoConcerto No.2 in E minor at the National Theater in Warsaw.
I have played Gymnopedie on the piano- it is a very slow and  thoughtful song. I recommend you get the notes right before  memorizing this piece. You probably know a song, like Prelude in C  by Bach. Well, that song has a pattern. This song, unfortunately,  the pattern is not crystal clear, and...
  his net worth has been estimated between 3-5 million dollars
Sebastian Bierk, aka Sebastian Bach, is 49 years old (birthdate: April 3, 1968).
No but she is a singer
Haydn's best-known work is the second movement of his Symphony #94,  known as the "Surprise Symphony." It starts with a simple  eight-measure tune played softly, then repeated even more softly,  followed by a sudden very loud "surprise" chord from the full  orchestra.
Igor Stravinsky is buried at: Cimitero di San Michele Venice Provincia di Venezia Veneto, Italy Plot: Greek Orthodox Section ("Rec. Greco" on cemetery map), grave36
In 1984 Roger had an album "Take A Little, Give A Little" with a title track of the same name. Here is a list of media with that track! T A K E A L I T T L E, G I V E A L I T T L ECD 1988 West Germany Intercord INT 861.561CD3 Set 1991 Canada Readers Digest 3872-02CD 2002 England BMG...
He was tutored in music by his uncle, Thomas Purcell and later  Pelham Humfrey.
Well, Beethoven Symphony No.9 "Choral" in D minor, Opus 125 is full  as I can go.
Henry Purcell is buried in Westminster Abbey.
He was a bad, bad boy.
Henry Purcell was born on September 10, 1659.
1827 by plague
Gustav Mahler (early) , Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner, most of  "The Five", Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss (early), Johann Strauss  (Son), Franz Liszt, Giacomo Puccini, Giuseppe Verdi, Claude Debuss  (very early), Maurice Ravel (very early), Hector Berlioz, and  probably many others I can't...
She was his ski instructor in Aspen.
bach able to influence his children... because as a father,the kids are get inspired and watch cartoons
Beethoven, Buxtehude, Pachelbel, JS Bach, Couperin, Vierne and many others.
Nocturne in E flat major, op. 9 no. 2 .......   no...i don't think so...I play piano myself and i am up to 7th  grade. I currently play the Nocturne in E flat major, op. 9 no. 2  and it is NOT his most famous plece. It is very famous but the most  famous one is   Ø Fantaisie- Impromptu in...
"Dein Blut der edle Saft" is a four-part chorale setting and the 6th and final movement of Bach's Cantata "Erforsche mich, Gott, und erfahre mein Herz" (BWV 136). The text is verse 9 of the hymn "Wo soll ich fliehen hin" by Johann Heermann and is sung to its associated melody (known as "Wo soll ich...
He lived at 4 Pitville Terrace (know named Clarence Road) Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. The house has now been made into a muesuem devoted to Holst's life and also to show people what it was like to live in the mid-19th century. There is also a statue of him there.
no, he didn't have a wife and he was very religious about god and Jesus therefore since he was a priest and never got married, he did not have any children.
yeah loadsAlternative answer:Chopin is not known to have abused drugs or alcohol, although he did apparently suffer from hallucinations.
He became friends with Franz Liszt and was admired by Schumann,  possibly indicating that he enjoyed their styles. He did put on a  number of concerts but his public appearances were very few in his  lifetime. He preferred to play for smaller groups of family and  friends in private settings...
Because twelve months and seven days are longer than four  seasons... Simple math
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring. (I am currently trying to find a recording of it.)
What Child is This? or Greensleeves is an ancient Christmas Carol - Greensleeves is the secular title. It"s the same song as the Lassie theme, with the animal moving her paws.
it would have to be Don Giovanni.
Beethoven's mother, Maria Magdalena, gave birth to Ludwig Maria in 1769 but she died 6 years later. Beethoven was born in 1770. Later Maria gave birth to 5 other children but only 2 survived, Caspar Anton Carl and Nikolaus Johann. So in the end, Beethoven had 2 siblings, who he took care of for 5...
Mozart was born. Same year as Handel. Sorry if I did not provide you with enough answers.
He didn't. Original title was "Concerts avec plusieurs instruments"  but because of dedication to margrave (some kind of high-ranked  feudal border guard) of Brandenburg and it's rediscovery in  archives of Brandenburg, concertos known as "Brandenburg  Concertos".
Music in which a solo instrument is featured in contrast with the entire orchestra. The skill of the soloist is accented by the power and stability of the orchestra.
Pachelbel's Or Canon in D, by Pachelbel.
He wasn't a conductor. But he conducted some premiers of his work.  İt is some sort of tradition actually. But as his hearing  deteriorates orchestra (in our time this term is too strict for  18th and early 19th century orchestras) followed konzertmeister  more than him. And I think it should...
According to imdb, Danny Elfman is currently (at the end of 2017)credited with 114 films & tv shows. Some notable ones areEdward Scissorhands, Batman & Beetlejuice. You'll have to consult imdb for a complete list.
If you are prepared to visit your local music store, they are most likely to have full collection of Gershwin music. There are digital music stores as well where you can get both digital scores as well as order hard copies online (e.g. sheetmusicplus, musicnotes, etc)
Scoring for string quartet, four-movement scheme with sonata-allegro, slow movement, Minuet and Rondo-finale; light, clear and pleasant texture.
He was liberal for his time, he detested the class system and thought of everyone as equal
A great many composers and interpreters were inspired by chopin. Arthur rubenstein, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Robert Shumann, Hector Berlioz, Alexander Scriabin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Claude Debussy, Johannes Brahms, are just a few of the many people that were inspred by his work.
Chopin mainly composed for piano, although he did a few orchestral works or so. His second most major single instrument he composed for was cello.
Beethoven wrote 9 symphonies including Choral and Pastoral. His 32 piano sonatas include Moonlight, Waldstein and Appassionata. He wrote only one opera, Fidelio.
Claude Debussy was born in Paris, France.
Handel was a German composer born in 1685. He lived most of his life time in England. He died in 1759 (aged 74) at is home in England.
Dmitri Shostakovich wrote classical music, categorized as 20th Century classical music, although his compositions often display an affinity with the Romantic idiom as well. He is most famous for his instrumental music, both orchestral (including 15 symphonies and 2 each of piano, violin, and cello...
  The haydn trio is a musical ensemble that has been particularly active during the last 20 years. It consists of three Austrian musicians and has been extremely successfull nationally and internationally. The trio has produced several CDs. Furthermore the Haydn trios are different elements of...
Because he created a new style of music which, much to his disliking, was termed impressionism. The disliking originated in the rejection of an early composition by a jury who described the music as being "vaguely impressionist", alluding to a contemporary painting school. Debussy's new ideas,...
He mostly used rock for his music vut he was also a big fan of country
the queen of spades, the oprichnik, the maid of orleans, the enchantress, mazeppa and i think the other one is the voyeda.
Dmitriy Shostakovich began writing down his Symphony no. 7 in the middle of July 1941.1 He finished committing the second movement to paper before September 17, and completed the third movement before his evacuation from Leningrad, which occurred October 1 of that year.2 It was not until December 27...
Beethoven wrote his fifth symphony in C minor (Opus 67) in 1809. It became popular since for two principal reasons. It starts from the dark key in c minor and ends in triumphant parallel major key depicting his own life towards a reputed composer from hearing struggles: some critics compare it to...
If you are referring to the composer, his first wife was Barbara  Ruick.
  Just like Johann Sebastian Bachhe was a flippin music genious.
The two violins in a string quartet are typically just referred to  as Violin I and Violin II
It was composed in 6 weeks in 1786.
because their own hair was too unruly, too thin, or hard to manage, so they wore wigs.
All these people were famous composers.   Their names also happen to have six letters.
  I think the most famous piece was Minuet in G.
It was composed as an orchestral interlude as part of the opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Tsar Saltan was first produced in 1900, and Tchaikovsky died 1893. Therefore he was probably not directly associated with it because he was dead when it was completed. However, the...
The origins of the song "This Train" or "This Train Is Bound For Glory" are unknown. The song was a major Gospel hit for Sister Rosetta Tharpe in the late 1930s and has claimed songwriter credits.
washington natioal orchestra
Cto, or more correctly Cto,is the abbreviation for concerto.
He made none, as such was in his days. But you can buy an album with many of his symphonies in a nice little CD package, or you can download any of his works off the internet.
Lots of composers wrote more than 40 symphonies, although the only other well-known one was Mozart's friend Joseph Haydn (who wrote more than 100). But Mozart's is the only famous 'number 40', so that's almost certainly the one that the questioner meant.
the names of Clara Schumann's children are Julie, Emily, Ludwig, Ferdinand, Eugenie.
Moonshine sonata, "Für Elise", Fifth Symphony, Ninth Symphony, "Adelaide", Rage over a Lost Penny.
He was reported by the tenor Michael Kelley to have been short, thin, and rather pale. Kelley noted that he was completely unremarkable aside from large and intense eyes and rather thick, unruly blonde hair. His complexion was pitted with some scars from childhood smallpox, and he had a rather large...
well yes he did have wife and kids
  Johann Sebastian Bach was not quite ten years old yet when his parents died.
The contagion of the Black Death made going to church risky.
by his father teaching him how to
he went to highschool at a tea party.
Beethoven shows he has the talent to be better because he stilled played even when he went death but Mozart made his first opera when he was 7 and is a great player. He even played with his eyes blind-folded and with his hands behind his back. So my conclusion is that Mozart is the better composer.