Who are some famous Filipino composers and their contribution to music?
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Famous Filipino composers include Nilo Alcala, Jonas Baes, Ryan Cayabyab, Joy Nilo, and Ely Buendia. These composers were all born in the 1960's and 1960's and are currently still active in the music scene.
Mozart and Haydn are the most famous composers of classical music. Just studied them for my GCSE music at the age of 12
Composers that wrote cello concertos are Brahms and Antonin Dvolaks. Both are great composers of there time. There music is a great contribution to the art.
This would depend on what is considered ancient in terms of music. Composers such as Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven would be some of the early famous composers, but they may not be considered ancient.
The Difference of this is that the filipino's have a different voice while the foreigner's have a different rhyme.
Ryan Cayabyab George Canseco Levi Celerio Francisco Santiago julian Felipe Mon Del Rosario Jonas Baes Snaffu Rigor
A few of the famous composers who wrote their music in Austria were Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart and Vivaldi. Vienna was the capital of the musical world during the Classical period and many composers moved there or at least spent time there.
3 famous composers of the baroque period are Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, and Antonio Vivaldi . You can read more at the following websites: Wikipedia.org - Baroque Music or for Composers DSOKids.com - Composers Periods MakingMusicFun.net - 'Meet the Composer' Biographies
Giuseppe Verdi is a famous Italian opera composer.
well, they all composed music from 1685-1957
Any discussion of Asian music would have to include Toru Takemitsu, who was one of the first Eastern composers to gain worldwide recognition for his music. I would also say Tan Dun, who has written the music for many well-known movies (Hero, Crouching Tiger) as well as a large Classical repertoire. Other famous Asian composers would be Bright Sheng, who teaches at the University of Michigan, Akira Ifukube, who is most famous for the music… Read More
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Most of these composers are from America or Europe. They include Henry Filmore, John Heed, Karl King, and one of the most famous composers, John Philip Sousa.
A composer of music is one who composes music. Composers make music, whether it be by ear or by writing it down. There are "rules" that they follow but they (the rules) have changed many times according to the time period and influences. Some very famous Classical composers are Bach, Betoven, and Mozart.
Beethoven, Bach an many more just look it up in google(:
George Gershwin was a famous music composer. His name begins with G.
Ferdinando Carulli, Fernando Sor, and Francisco Tárrega were arguably the most influential and prominent composers in the world of classical guitar.
There were many composers in the Classical Period. Some of the more famous ones include Franz Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Ludwig van Beetoven.
One of the most famous composers back in the day, his beautiful music, and most of all his famous peice " Spem In Alium"
Classical music can be downloaded from the iTunes website. They offer a wide range of music from individual tracks to master collections which feature works from many famous composers.
how many music composers living in U.S today?
Frederic Francois Chopin (1810-1849), he was famous because of his contributions and works in music, being a Polish composer and pianist. He was regarded by some as the greatest of all composers of music for the piano.
There are many concertos in F in the history of music. Some famous composers like Mozart have a concerto in F.
They don't! Composers write thier own music.
The beginning of the classical period was in around 1750, so any composers whose music was published around this date or after aren't baroque composers. The most famous baroque composers include Handel, J.S Bach and Vivaldi, whilst the pioneers of the classical era were Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven.
Colonists who traveled to America brought religious classical music in the 1700's, but no famous composers in America came until maybe the 1800's with Edward MacDowell. The early 1900's had the most famous ones with George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, and later composers like Leonard Bernstein.
FAMOUS FILIPINO COMPOSERS The following are some Filipino composers: * Ryan Cayabyab - composer, arranger and conductor * Jose Marie Chan - composer, singer * Levi Celerio - a lyricist with over 4,000 songs to his credit. His compositions range from Filipino folk songs to Christmas songs to love songs. His name was placed in the Guinness Book of World Records for his leaf-playing feat. He was known as the only man who could play… Read More
These three men were all famous composers of music.
Check out the music of Richard Strauss (no relation to Johann Strauss, the "Waltz King"). His father was a famous horn player, and Strauss wrote many wonerful pieces for horn. Difficult music, though.
Haydn wrote a trumpet concerto, which is probably one of the most famous in the trumpet repertoire. Clarke also wrote the famous trumpet voluntary.
The songs of "The Sound of Music" were written by Rodgers&Hammerstein, two very famous musical composers. However, the actual screenplay was written by Ernest Lehman.
The most famous composers include Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Mendelssohn, Strauss and Wagner among others.
Archangelo Corelli, Henry Purcell, Antonio Vivaldi, Jean-Philippe Rameau etc...
Well, the same that made other composers the composers. Mozart enjoyed writing music, and it inspired him to make a career out of it. His passion for music got him where he is today; a dead man with his name on history. In other words, one of the most famous and recognized people in time.
Ann Rachlin has written: 'Tchaikovsky' -- subject(s): Composers, Juvenile literature, Childhood and youth, Biography 'Brahms (Ninos Famosos / Famous Children)' 'Beethoven (Famous Children)' 'Tchaikovsky (Famous Children)' 'Mozart (Famous Children)' 'Schubert' -- subject(s): Composers, Juvenile literature, Childhood and youth, Biography 'Sinbad and the wizard eagle and other stories from the world of music' 'Handel' -- subject(s): Composers, Juvenile literature, Childhood and youth, Biography 'Bach' -- subject(s): Composers, Juvenile literature, Childhood and youth, Biography 'Beethoven (Spanish)' 'Bach… Read More
This question suggests that there has only been one famous composer of programme music. There have been many such. Are you trying to identify one specific composer (in which case you need to supply enough details for someone to be able to work out whom you mean), or are you looking for a list of some famous composers of programme music?
Patrick Kavanaugh has written: 'You Are Talented' 'Spiritual lives of the great composers' -- subject(s): Composers, Christian biography, Religious life, Biography 'The music of angels' -- subject(s): Church music 'The Spiritual Lives of Great Composers' 'Spiritual moments with the great composers' -- subject(s): Christianity, Church musicians, Composers, Devotional calendars, English, Meditations, Music, Musicians, Prayer-books and devotions, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Music 'Music of the great composers' -- subject(s): Music appreciation
Some good classical composers would be Beethoven, Mozart, and Bach. These were the best composers of their time and were standouts in the music world forever.
Classical Indian music is improvisedso there are no composers as such.
american popular music composers of the 20s and 30s
Gervase Hughes has written: 'The Pan book of great composers' -- subject(s): Composers 'The music lover's companion' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Music 'Composers of operetta' -- subject(s): Composers, Biography 'The handbook of great composers'
There are hundreds of composers of piano music. This really depends on what time period you are speaking about. Some of the notable composers of piano music include: Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Grieg, Ravel, Poulenc, Bartok, Debussy, Brahms, Schubert, Schumann and Scarlatti. Though the piano was in its infancy, all of Bach's works for harpsichord can be (and are quite commonly) played on the piano.
The leading classical composers in French music include Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven. Other obvious choices for classical composers include Verdi and Wagner.
Mozart, beetoven, just to name the most famous classical composers, other modern ones are shostikovitch and prokoviov, any pieces from any of these composers or countless others can be considered classical music, but the classical period is the period when Mozart was around, before beetoven, and after the baroque period.
They really compose music!!!!!
Composers of which style of music wrote music for traditional instruments but used them in unusual ways?
Experimental composers wrote music for traditional instruments but used them in unusual ways.
The most common answer is either his father Leopold Mozart or most likely the famous composer Johann Michael Haydn.
Famous African-American composers include Scott Joplin, Ulysses Kay, and Zenobia Powell Perry.
Classical music is good to sleep to. Composers like Chopin, Mozart or Beethoven are very good classical music composers. This music relaxes you and is said to be good for your brain.
In his day, J.S. Bach was more well known as an organist than as a composer. The high Baroque period. However, it is safe to say that hundreds of composers over the course of music history were famous for playing the organ.