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"Clair de Lune" is part of Debussy's "Suite Bergamasque," a set of four piano pieces he composed in late 1890. He turned 28 that year.
yes she was the first person
Johann Carolus is generally considered to be the publisher of the world's first newspaper in 16th century Germany.
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Mussorgsky played the piano. One of his most famous works is the piano suite "Pictures at an Exhibition," a series of pieces with the titles of paintings by his friend Viktor Hartmann, interspersed with a varying Promenade theme, the whole meant to depict someone walking in an exhibition of the paintings.
I'm not sure, but in the movie 'Amadeus' Antonio lived in a mental/disabled house. At the start of the movie he tried to kill himself (rumors say he poisoned Mozart) and felt guilty. Then found himself in a mental/disabled house.
I recommend you should watch the movie Amadeus.
Its something like that though...
Haydn had a nasal disease which prevented him from composing music at times. By the year 1802, this long term disease completely prevented him from composing altogether. Whether it was a direct cause of his death is uncertain, but it was no doubt a contributor to his demise and eventual death in 1809 at the age of 77.
He married Antonina Miliukova, but his brief time with his wife drove him to emotional crisis, which resulted with a stay in Clarens. Switzerland, for rest and recovery. They remained legally married, but they never lived with each other.
Mozart was a very whimsical jovial, brilliant musical romantic genus. His music comprised of symphony's that he first composed by violin at age 6. Mozart was deficient in other fields because his music knowledge was so advanced. Mozart had not much reality of what was "the big picture" making him exuberant in nature and humanity. Mozart was one of the greatest most intricate composers to ever walk the face of the earth. Surely, like one of his self biography's read, he was." touched by God in a musically enchanted way"...
He wrote five for the piano, one for the violin, and a triple one for violin, cello and piano.
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=Georges Bizet played the piano.=
Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, Germany, in 1685. His father, and his uncles were all involved in musical life, as organists, composers and choir directors; out of this came the recognition of his own musical talent.
According to author Ian MacDonald, in his essay "Prokofiev, Prisoner of the State," Sergey Prokofiev decided to compose a neutral children's piece as a move to avoid further political condemnation (from Soviet authorities) of his works. Peter and the Wolf -- which, notably, features Peter as a Young Pioneer (a member of the Soviet youth organization) -- was the result of this effort.
Yes, he did.
Handel did not marry, and so in that sense did not have any family.
____ There is no indication that Handel ever married or produced any off spring.