Composers

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Music History Of Hungary - 19th Century
... Other composers from this period included Béni Egressy, who used 18th century folk songs in his compositions, Kálmán Simonffy, who was the "most original and most inventive ... to glorify Hungarian folk culture, the music these composers used remained primarily the music of the middle and upper classes ... Other Hungarian composers did not attempt to use verbunkos or other Hungarian styles in their music ...
Polish Folk Music - Classical Music
... See also List of Polish composers At the end of the 18th century, Polish classical music evolved into national forms like the polonaise ... In the 19th century the most popular composers were Józef Elsner and his pupils Fryderyk Chopin and Ignacy Dobrzyński ... Important opera composers were Karol Kurpiński and Stanisław Moniuszko ...
Chess Composer
... A chess composer is a person who creates endgame studies or chess problems ... Chess composers usually specialize in a particular genre, e.g ... Moreover, composers have their own preferred style of composing, allowing their sorting according to so-called composition schools ...
Tamil Cinema - Noted Persons - Musicians
... List of Tamil music directors and Music of Tamil Nadu Music composers such as Ilaiyaraaja and A ... These two composers also hold the record of having won the most number of awards for Best Music Director from the National Film Awards ... Several international composers have used Chennai's studios to record music for projects, as have composers from other film industries ...
Polish Folk Music - Classical Music - Contemporary Classical Music
... Between the wars, a group of composers formed the Association of Young Polish Musicians these included Grażyna Bacewicz, Zygmunt Mycielski, Michał Spisak and Tadeusz Szeligowski ... Following World War II, some composers, such as Roman Palester and Andrzej Panufnik, fled the country and remained in exile ... In the early 1960s, however, a number of composers known as the Polish Composers' School arose, characterized by the use of sonorism and dodecaphonism ...

Famous quotes containing the word composers:

    More significant than the fact that poets write abstrusely, painters paint abstractly, and composers compose unintelligible music is that people should admire what they cannot understand; indeed, admire that which has no meaning or principle.
    Eric Hoffer (1902–1983)