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Composers

  • One of the common dangers of studying composers’ lives is finding out that some of the people whose music we love and admire turn out to have been very unadmirable human beings.
  • One of the common dangers of studying composers’ lives is finding out that some of the people whose music we love and admire turn out to have been very unadmirable human beings.
  • Should we really care about the personal lives of the composers we admire?
  • Should we really care about the personal lives of the composers we admire?
  • Bach and Mozart died over two hundred years ago – – Is there anybody alive today whose music will be played two hundred years from now? It’s a tricky question.
  • Bach and Mozart died over two hundred years ago – – Is there anybody alive today whose music will be played two hundred years from now? It’s a tricky question.
  • I wonder what today’s voice teachers would think of the composer Gioacchino Rossini’s ideas for a vocal training curriculum.
  • I wonder what today’s voice teachers would think of the composer Gioacchino Rossini’s ideas for a vocal training curriculum.
  • In addition to his own works, Lizt's recitals featured pieces by all the great composers of the day and by those he called the “classics,” including many works of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven.
  • In addition to his own works, Lizt's recitals featured pieces by all the great composers of the day and by those he called the “classics,” including many works of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven.