- n. Plural form of composer.
“Knowing they are real-life composers is crucial to enjoying this story, but even if you don't, the characterizations are such that the poignant ending still works.”
“I am happy to be constantly challenged by the newly-recorded music I encounter by tonal composers from the middle decades of the 20th century.”
“Underwritten by the Plainfield Cultural and Heritage Commission, the program features music by women composers from the 18th to the 20th centuries.”
“On the other hand, certain composers, like Purcell, seemed to exalt the lyricism of the higher voice (for both male and female singers) making it hard for modern-day female altos to approach these canons.”
“The other tracks are all original, with the main composers and singers credited being Jeff Barry, Kelly Sachs, and Leslie Spiro.”
“My next section will be about Latin American composers, including a special mention of Carlos Chavez; I notice that you've been responsible for CP's article on him, so please add whatever you like.”
“Ginastera, Astor Piazzolla are among many Latin American composers whose names are on the programmes of orchestras around the world.”
“(Media-Newswire. com) - Students in West Virginia University piano professor Christine Kefferstan's studio will perform works by Spanish and Latin American composers Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the Creative Arts Center.”
“a string quartet from the Bronx that specializes in genre-blurring, contemporary works by Latin American composers as well as original compositions and arrangements.”
“This evening was ostensibly the second program in the “Shadow of Stalin” series, but in a strange bit of sequencing, it actually focused on composers from the Soviet Union who came of age in the late 20th century after Stalin’s fall from power.”
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