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  • 81Khovanshchina — For the 1960 Soviet film based on this opera, see Khovanshchina (film). Modest Mussorgsky …

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  • 82Agrippina (opera) — Agrippina (HMV 6) is an opera seria in three acts by George Frideric Handel, set to a libretto by Cardinal Vincenzo Grimani. [According to Dean, Grimani owned the theatre where the opera was first produced.] The opera tells the story of Agrippina …

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  • 83Vittorio Giannini — (October 19, 1903 ndash; November 28, 1966) was an neoromantic American composer of operas, songs, symphonies, and band works.Life and workGiannini began as a violinist under the tutelage of his mother; he would go on to study violin and… …

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  • 84Marion Bauer — Marion Eugénie Bauer (1882–1955) was an American composer, teacher, writer, and music critic. A contemporary of Aaron Copland, Bauer played an active role in shaping American musical identity in the early half of the twentieth century. As a… …

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  • 85Asger Hamerik — (Hammerich) (April 8, 1843 – July 13, 1923), was a Danish composer of classical music.Born in Frederiksberg (nr. Copenhagen), he studied music with J.P.E. Hartmann and Niels Gade. He wrote his first pieces in his teens, including an unperformed… …

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  • 86Grace Williams — Grace Mary Williams (February 19, 1906 February 10, 1977) was a Welsh composer.BiographyBorn in Barry, Wales, she was educated at Barry County School, and won a scholarship to University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire. She then went to… …

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  • 87The Fair at Sorochyntsi — ( ru. Сорочинская ярмарка, Sorochinskaya yarmarka , Sorochyntsi Fair ) is a comic opera in three acts by Modest Mussorgsky, composed between 1874 and 1880 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The composer wrote the libretto, which is based on Nikolay Gogol …

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  • 88John Foulds — A successful composer of light music and theatre scores, his principal creative energies went into more ambitious and exploratory works that were particularly influenced by Indian music. Suffering a setback after the decline in popularity of his… …

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  • 89Living Newspaper — is a term for a theatrical form presenting factual information on current events to a popular audience. Historically, Living Newspapers have also urged social action (both implicitly and explicitly) and reacted against naturalistic and realistic… …

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  • 90Johann Bernhard Staudt — (October 23, 1654 November 6, 1712) was an Austrian Jesuit composer.Staudt was born in Vienna. His best known work is the 1685 chamber opera Patientis Christ Memoria ( Memory of the Suffering of Christ ) , which takes place at Jesus tomb before… …

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  • 91Daniel Pinkham — For other uses, see Pinkham (disambiguation). Daniel Rogers Pinkham, Jr. (June 5, 1923 December 18, 2006) was an American composer, organist, and harpsichordist. Pinkham was one of America s most active composers during his lifetime. In 1981,… …

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  • 92Cecil Street — Major Cecil John Charles Street Born 1884 (1884) Gibralta …

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  • 93Dardanus (opera) — This article is about the opera by Rameau. For the opera by Sacchini, see Dardanus (Sacchini). Jean Philippe Rameau …

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  • 94Marc-Antoine Madeleine Désaugiers — Marc Antoine Madeleine Désaugiers, ca. 1810, Bibliothèque nationale de France‎. Marc Antoine Madeleine Désaugiers (17 November 1772, Fréjus – 9 August 1827) was a French composer, dramatist, and song writer. Note: Marc Antoine Madeleine… …

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  • 95Longest non-repetitive piano piece — This Page lists some of the Longest non repetitive piano pieces along with approximate duration.Recorded or Performed Works:* Michael Finnissy The History of Photography in Sound (5 1/2 hours): ** World Premiere by Ian Pace at The Duke s Hall,… …

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  • 96Arthur Lourié — Arthur Vincent Lourié, born Naum Izrailevich Luria (Russian: Наум Израилевич Лурья), later changed his name to Artur Sergeyevich Luriye (Russian: Артур Сергеевич Лурье, 14 May 1892 in Saint Petersburg 12 October 1966 in Princeton, New Jersey) was …

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  • 97Rudolf Schwarzkogler — (13 November 1940 in Vienna ndash; 20 June 1969) was an Austrian performance artist closely associated with the Viennese Actionism group that also included artists Günter Brus, Otto Mühl, and Hermann Nitsch. He is best known today for photographs …

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  • 98Bastien und Bastienne — (Bastien and Bastienne) is a one act singspiel, comic opera, with German libretto by Friedrich Wilhelm Weiskern and music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Bastien und Bastienne was one of Mozart s earliest operas, written in 1768 when he was only… …

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  • 99The Embarrassment — were a quartet formed in Wichita, Kansas that lasted from 1979 to 1983. They were: guitarist Bill Goffrier, lead singer and organist John Nichols, bassist Ron Klaus and drummer Brent Giessmann. Although some people considered the band punk rock,… …

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  • 100Icebreaker (band) — Icebreaker is a UK based new music ensemble founded by James Poke and John Godfrey. The group have established themselves as one of the UK s leading new music interpreters.BiographyIcebreaker was formed in 1989 to play at the new Dutch music… …

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