The plural form for the noun composer is composers; the plural possessive is composers'.
Joseph Hayden was a very famous composer. he was considered one of the best composers of his time.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Mozart was great!
The word composer is a singular noun. The plural form is composers.
He was considered the point that composers went from poor to wealthy. In modern days he would be like a rock star.
The composer George Handel is considered a master of Italian opera and the English oratorio and became one of England's most important composers. He was a favorite of Queen Anne.
Lots of marches - lots of composers.
Béla Viktor János Bartók (March 25, 1881-September 26, 1945) was a Hungarian composer and pianist, considered to be one of the greatest composers of the 20th century.
The plural is composers and the plural possessive form is composers' (just an apostrophe added).
the two main composers were Bach and Handel:P
It depends on how successful the composer is.
-s for composers.
Cesar Cui (Lithuanian composer) Eduard Strauss (Austrian composer) Henryk Wieniawski (Polish composer) Felix Draeseke (German Composer) Camille Saint-Saens (French composer)
Modest Mussorgsky was a composer for a living. I know this because I'm doind a composers project in music and he is my composer.
Both Claude Debussy and Hector Berlioz were born in France and were Romantic Era composers.
There are decomposers, producers and consumers but there is no such classification as a composer in the desert.
Johann Sebastian Bach
There is only one composer that wrote Pachebells canon. That composer goes by the name of Johann Pachabell.
i too am looking for that composer - in elementary i sang a choral piece by a composer with this habit...