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It contains the musical genealogy of more than 17,300 composers.
The concert will feature scores from composers including John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, and many more.
Highlights of next May's festival include world and UK premieres, three featured composers and performances by soloists on a wide range of instruments from the euphonium to the hurdy gurdy.
The first expressly Romantic Slovene composer was Alojzij Ipavec.
The April 21 show will also feature work by the living Armenian composer Tigran Mansurian, and the late French composer Olivier Messiaen's "Quartet for the End of Time," which was written in a German prison camp during World War II.
Some established Composers can demand that if there is a verifiable discrepancy the Publisher will incur the Composer's auditing fees.
The music and life of America's great gay composer are celebrated at the Bard Music Festival, including performances by the American Symphony Orchestra.
The "genius" label only complicates matters: a great composer must write sublime music and anything that seems flawed is either an early work or not by Josquin.
Twenty choreographers and thirteen composers signed up for what Lazarus calls a "speed-dating" event.
Kyle Gann is a composer and new-music critic of the Village Voice.
Delirious - by editor Paul Zucker, using Avid Xpress Pro and Media Composer Adrenaline systems;
While some entries characterize a composer's compositional approach(es), others give the reader no sense of which styles or genres were used or which works garnered recognition for the composer.