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  • n. Plural form of composer.


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  • 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.

    REVIEW: Other Earths edited by Nick Gevers and Jay Lake

  • 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.

    They put you down, they say I'm wrong

  • Underwritten by the Plainfield Cultural and Heritage Commission, the program features music by women composers from the 18th to the 20th centuries.

    African American composers featured in Tuesday recital

  • 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.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • The other tracks are all original, with the main composers and singers credited being Jeff Barry, Kelly Sachs, and Leslie Spiro.

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  • 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.

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  • Ginastera, Astor Piazzolla are among many Latin American composers whose names are on the programmes of orchestras around the world.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • (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.

    Media Newswire

  • 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.

    Archive 2007-05-01


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