What are two of Bach's most famous organ compositions?
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (BWV 565) is one.
One of Mozart's most famous compositions is titled "First movements of Symphonies 25 & 40". Another one of his most famous compositions is titled "Alla Turca".
His many Organ fugues are very famous along with his 6 solo cello suites. Another Bach classic is his Air on a G String. There are others too though.
The most famous work by Pachelbel is Canon in D. It is paired with a gigue in the same key. His other famous compositions are Chaconne in f minor and Toccata in e minor for organ.
Probably his "Toccata and Fugue" in D minor.
Well, I'm not sure about all of his famous compositions, but one of his most famous ones was: A German Requiem Op. 45 Hope this helped.
name 6 of your domenico scarlatti most famous compositions?
It is the Missa na tourum
one of them is Bolero
i can't exactly answer that...because he had over 600 compositions....but keep looking and i hope you find you'r answer ;)
I can't answer that because he made 626 compositions. BUT..... one of his most famous compositions of all times is the Magic Flute.
Schubert's most famous sacred piece of music is presumably Ave Maria. His other compositions include hundreds of songs for voice. Other principal compositions include the Trout Quintet and the Wanderer Fantasy for keyboard.
Two of his most popular compositions are 'Surprise Symphony' and 'Clock Symphony'. Lark, Frog and Emperor are among his famous string quartets. His other works include more than 30 sonatas for the keyboard.
Wagner's most famous works are the four operas of Der Ring des Nibelungen, and of those, undoubtedly the most famous music he ever wrote is the "Ride of the Valkyries".
The Brandenburg concertos Double Violin Concerto The Well Tempered Clavier (a collection of solo keyboard music)
the carnival of the animals, danse macabre
His most famous actual song is "None But The Lonely Heart." His most famous compositions are the 1812 Overture, the Nutcracker Suite and the Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture.
He had around 1130 compositions. His cantatas along with his works for voice, organ and harpsichord brings us peace of mind. His Motets were in good taste to all. I think Bach would probably think that his cantata named -Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe- in English -Jesus took the twelve under Him- was his most famous work.
He was famous for composing even without hearing a single sound. Although his compositions did not gain as much popularity until after his death.
Toccata and Fuge in D Minor, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring & Orchestra Suite #3 in D Major
Bruckner is remembered almost entirely for his nine symphonies. The fourth, eighth and ninth are the most frequently performed.
The Blackpool Tower Ballroom Wurlitzer has to be the most famous organ in the world.
Beethoven was probably the most popular. Bach. Brahms. Tchaikovsky. Wagner. And Saint Saëns. There were many more greats but, in my opinion, these were the most lasting.
* Halberg Suite * Lyric Pieces (piano) * Peer Gynt * Piano Concerto in A minor
Overture to Candide, and he wrote music for: "West Side Story", "On the Town", and "Peter Pan".
J.S.Bach is without question the most famous. In Bach's day Dietrich Buxtehude was the the most prominent composer for the organ. Cezar Franck and his successors, Widor, Vierne and Dupre are worthy of mention.
There are many well known compositions, but undoubtedly the most famous is the Mozart Clarinet Concerto. Some other well known works include the Weber Concertos, Premiere Rhapsody by Debussy, and Stravinsky's Three Pieces for Clarinet. I also really enjoy the Krommer double clarinet concertos.
Alcohol can damage almost every organ in the body, but it is probably most famous for damaging the liver and brain.
Richard Wagner is most famous for his Nibelung Ring Cycle about Sigfried and Brunhilde, the most famous of those being Die Walkure or Ride of the Valkyries which has been used time and time again in film such as Apocalypse Now and Valkyrie
Mozart's most popular work is undoubtedly Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. His famous compositions for piano include Turkish Rondo and Twinkle-twinkle variations. His most famous symphony is No 41 in g minor.
One of his most famous compositions fo flute is "The Magic Flute" (literally translated from the original German, "Die Zauberflöte".)
That's a pretty open ended question. One of his most famous compositions is 'Transfigured Night,' if that helps.
The biggest portion of Bach's musical output was for liturgical usage. The cantatas (all but a few) the organ works (all but a few), the many motets, etc.
Among the many wonderful compositions of Beethoven, the symphony that stands out for its popular appeal ever since written is his 5th Symphony, with its frighteningly grand repetitions and overall power. By contrast, a nearly equally famous piece is his Moonlight Sonata, a piano-piece that demonstrates an exquisitely light touch, tranquil and even dreamy in character.
the Well-Tempered Clavier
Without doubt, his most famous composition is 'A Little Night Music'. Other famous compositions include the Turkish Rondo and the clarinet concerto. His famous symphonies include Symphony 40 is g minor.
Mozart wrote symphonies, concertos, sonatas and operas as well as a requiem. Arguably Mozart's most famous musical compositions are: Eine klein nachtmusik Symphony number 40 The Magic Flute (opera)
Choral symphony is the most famous symphony by Beethoven. From the concerto genre, he composed the phenomenal Emperor Concerto. Hammerklavier (Op 106) is the most technically demanding sonata for the piano by Beethoven.
Concertino by Cecile Chaminade Flight of the Bumblebee by Rimsky Korsakow Syrinx by Claude Debussy Serenade by Faure .......i think L'Arlienne from Menuet
His most famous compositions are Night on Bare Mountain and Pictures at an Exhibition, but he also composed several operas, pieces for solo piano and choral works.
The one piece most people are likely to recognize, even if they don't know the title, is the Toccata and Fugue in d minor, which was famously animated by the Disney Studio in 1939's Fantasia. It has been used as background and incidental music in countless movies.
Handel first received attention to his music by playing on the church organ, but became skilled at playing the pipe organ and harpsichord at an early age.
Possible his most famous composition is Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, for string consort. His popular symphonies include Prague, Jupiter and Paris symphonies. Other famous works include clarinet concerto, Piano sonata in A major (Turkish March) and Sonata for two pianos in D (KV 448).
Undoubtedly, Mozart's most famous piece is Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for string ensemble. His popular symphonies include Symphony 40 in G minor and Jupiter symphony. His popular piano works include Twinkle-twinkle variations and Turkish Rondo.
Mass and motet are the most important religious vocal musical compositions of the medieval period.
Among his most famous compositions for the orchestra are the overture to Marriage of Figaro and Symphony No. 40 in g minor. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (a little night music) is a popular piece for string consort. His famous piano works include the Turkish March (from KV 331) and Twinkle-twinkle variations (KV 265).
I know two. High School Cadets and El Capitan are two of his most famous compositions. Sorry I don't know a third one.
Most famous and able composers for the trombone, in orchestral line-up, are Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss. Of course there are a lot more composers you could mention, each with his own perspective of how to make use the trombone is his compositions.
It's difficult to say; The Mormon Tabernacle organ is quite famous at least in part due to a long tradition of radio broadcasts as is also the "Wanamaker Organ" also featured in a long series of radio broadcasts as well as being the largest organ in the world, at least in fully playable condition - which brings up the Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ, also the largest organ in the world (depending on criteria). Other… Read More