Who were some famous composers of guitar music?
The French composer, Hector Berlioz played guitar and not piano. This has been speculated by some to be the reason his music and his sense of rhythm were so different from other composers. The Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo played only the guitar, and wrote most of his music for guitars, although accompanied by orchestra. He wrote for other instruments, but only with the assistance of people who did play those instruments.
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.
my favorite is Jack White from the white stripes
Giuseppe Verdi is a famous Italian opera composer.
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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.
There are many concertos in F in the history of music. Some famous composers like Mozart have a concerto in F.
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.
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.
Archangelo Corelli, Henry Purcell, Antonio Vivaldi, Jean-Philippe Rameau etc...
Classical Indian music is improvisedso there are no composers as such.
Some of the most famous composers include: Beethoven Bach Mozart Brahms Chopin Tchaikovsky Handel
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?
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.
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.
John Horton has written: 'Approach to music' 'Legends in music' 'Some nineteenth century composers' -- subject(s): Biography, Composers 'Scandinavian music' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Music, Scandinavian Music 'Monteverdi'
some well known filipino composers of the zarzuela: - Severino Reyes - Fulgencio tolentino - Nicanor
Some of the most famous composers during the Baroque period were Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frederick Handel, and Antonio Vivaldi.
Gustav Mahler, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms and hundreds of others... These listed are some of the best.
Haydn, Mozart, & Beethoven
Some famous composers who were born in France were Frederic Chopin, Gabriel Faure, Pierre Rode, and Ambroise Thomas. Some others are Charles-Louis Hanon and Gilbert Amy.
Some famous composers who lived during the baroque period include Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Antonio Vivaldi and Henry Purcell.
There are many noted composers. If you mean classical music composers, some are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Pytor Tchaikovsky, Frédéric Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff and so on. For baroque music, some composers are Johann Bach, Antonio Vivaldi and George Handel.
There were many famous Filipino composers that emerged during the 20th century. Some of these composers include Rey Valera, Francisco Santiago, Vincent De Jesus, Yoyoy Villame, Emilio Villarreal, and Levi Celerio.
Music affects everyone, teens included, in a positive, uplifting way. To thwart or change this positve lift would be like keeping the Sun from rising. Enjoy the great works of famous composers. Some believe that music is transmitted from Heaven! No harm in thinking positive!
As in musical composers? Some of the most famous were Franz Liszt, Béla Bartók, and Zoltán Kodály, but Hungary has had countless composers. Examples of some lesser known are Erno" Dohnányi and Ferenc Farkas.
Here's one: Jean Sibelius.
vivaldi, and its spelt baroque
Composers would often get their inspiration from inside or outside themselves. Some would look at the world around them, and respond to it (ex. some Realism/ Impressionism). Some would compose based of how they were feeling at the moment, or how they felt about their life. That's like subjectivity, where you put your feeling into the music. Objectivity is when you make music in a certain way, and don't mind your emotions as you create… Read More
The Blue Danube Kaiserwaltz Roses from the South These all are Viennese waltz pieces, considered classic. There are famous waltz pieces by Russian composers too, for example Tchaikovsky ballet music.
Schubert was most famous for composing classical music. In a lifespan of 32 years, he composed some 600 pieces, and 9 symphonies. Schubert remains one the most frequently performed composers.
That depends what you mean by famous people. The Tuareg people live in the desert and are famous in movies, and monks/nuns of some religions live by themselves in the Sahara as a vow of silence. But no, pop-stars, classical music composers, and Harrison Ford (Prince of Persia) do not usually live in the desert.
No. Some piano manufacturers emboss the names of famous composers on their pianos as an advertising ploy to make the piano look more authentic or credible; as though the piano would have been endorsed by the composer if he was still alive. Anything from Europe, particularly Germany, or in this case; Leipzig sounds great because it is associated with great music composers and famous piano manufacturers.
He is an amazing ukulele player. He has created some amazing original music and created incredible single ukulele renditions covering classic music, including Bohemian Rhapsody and My Guitar Gently Weeps.
Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Correction: Johann Sebastian Bach was from the Baroque era, not the Classical. Mozart was Austrian, not German. Beethoven provided the transition between the Classical and Romantic Era, with some of his music being composed during the Classical era, and other music demonstrating the characteristics of the emerging Romantic era. Other German Classical composers include J.S.Bach's sons Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Johann Christian Bach and Johann… Read More
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One famous Polish composer is Frederic Francois Chopin.
Hanz Lichten Frein Johann Sebastian Bach
It Depends On Your Preference, Some People Love Fenders, Some People Love Gibsons - They're All Different But Have The Same Purpose. If You Mean Famous Guitars, Some People Like Frankenstrat (Eddie Van Halen's Guitar) Some PEople Love The Guitar That Hendrix Burned At Woodstock.
Saxophone is best known as a jazz instrument, but it originated in military and concert bands, which are closer to classical music, and it is used in some orchestral music. Some famous orchestral pieces calling for saxophone are Ravel's Bolero and his orchestration of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. Some classical composers have written solo concertos for saxophone with orchestra, including Glazunov and Ibert.
It could. Some contemporary composers (19th and 20th century) employ instruments like this in their compositions.
Some of it, yes. Keep in mind that the note pictured on the guitar music is actually an octave lower though.
Very few composers make a living from composing, but the nonmonetary rewards for writing classical or popular music are great. Some composers earn a living arranging music for school performance groups or writing music for radio or television advertising. Successful composers receive commissions to write for specific occasions, ensembles, soloists, or institutions. Commissions and mechanicals income from the sales of recordings are important sources of income for composers. Conductors, like composers, often rely on supplemental… Read More
This era is the Romantic age era therefore meaning most composers mixed traditional music to create their own tunes to represent their own or a different country. Some of the famous musicians fit under 3 categories: musicians of the future, traditionalist and nationalist. Some famous musician are Mahler, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsalov, Cui, Wagner, and Brahms.
Famous composers of the Classical period include: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Franz Josef Haydn CPE Bach Ludwig van Beethoven started off composing in the Classical period, but his changing style ushered in the Romantic era.
Here are some of the famous composers of symphonies. Composers of Classical period symphonies: Joseph Haydn Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composers of early Romantic period symphonies: Ludwig van Beethoven Hector Berlioz Johannes Brahms Felix Mendelssohn Franz Schubert Robert Schumann Composers of late Romantic period symphonies: Aleksandr Borodin Anton Bruckner Gustaf Mahler Jean Sibelius Peter Tchaikovsky Composers of 20th century symphonies: Aaron Copland Sergei Rachmaninoff Dmitri Shostakovich Igor Stravinsky Ralph Vaughn Williams
Wolfgang Mozart, Ludwig Beethoven, and Franz Haydn
Buddy Holly became famous for his music. He was a guitar player (guitar of choice was a Fender Stratocaster) among other instruments he played every now and then like the accoustic guitar, some piano, some experience in drumming, harmonica and country steel guitar. As well as that, he was famous for being a song writer and singer. He performed early Rock 'N Roll which back then was called "Rock-a-billy" because of the roots in R&B… Read More
Some of the most famous composers of musicals are: Richard Rodgers, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Frederick Loewe, Stephen Sondheim, and Leonard Bernstein. Those are all American (by birth or naturalisation). Some of the most famous British composers of musicals are: Noel Coward, Ivor Novello, Lionel Monckton, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Noel Gay, Sandy Wilson, Lionel Bart, and Julian Slade. There are many more candidates, from those and other countries.