Famous classical composers
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(Salzburg, January 27, 1756 - Vienna, December 5, 1791), actually John Chrysostom Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a composer born in Salzburg (in present-day Austria).He was a composer, conductor violinist and pianist. Mozart was a child prodigy who at an exceptionally young age played violin, harpsichord and organ and foremore composed quality work. As a versatile composer Mozart performed in many genres, including vocal and instrumental music as the symphony orchestra and concert music (especially piano concertos, serenades and divertimenti). He also composed for smaller ensembles, including sonatas for various instrumental ensembles and string quartets and -kwintetten. Mozart is counted alongside Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven to the composers who invented new musical concepts within a tradition and profound influence over all of them after coming composers. Mozart's work is considered to be the music of the classical period. Along with Joseph Haydn and Ludwig van Beethoven, their music forms historically the First Viennese School.
Ludwig van Beethoven
(Bonn, December 16 1770 - Vienna, March 26, 1827) was a German composer, musician, virtuoso and conductor. His style is directly connected to that of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Haydn, and is counted to the First Viennese School . He brought it classicism to completion and prepared the way for the romance. Beethoven is considered one of the most important and influential composers; his work has had a dominant influence on nineteenth-century music.
Johann Sebastian Bach
(Eisenach, March 21, 1685 - Leipzig, July 28, 1750) was a German composer of baroque music, organist, harpsichordist, violist, conductor and music educator. He is considered by most music scholars as one of the largest and most influential composers in the history of classical music because of the inventiveness with which he used melody, harmony and rhythm, but also combined various musical styles of his time and dance forms, which inspired many composers after him and what they were trying to emulate.
Wilhelm Richard Wagner
Wilhelm Richard Wagner (Leipzig, May 22, 1813 - Venice, February 13, 1883) was a German composer.
Richard Wagner was an important innovator for the music of his time. He composed several major works as operas that he would rather like music dramas denoted and for which he also wrote the lyrics. He sought a Gesamtkunstwerk, the perfect union of word, music and drama. Eventually there emerged great music dramas that were finally staged in a purpose-built theater in the Bavarian town of Bayreuth.
Wagner spent almost his entire life in political and financial difficulties, until the later years of his life he came to wealth and prestige. He was first married to Minna Planer, later had a relationship with Mathilde Wesendonck, and married eventually with Cosima, the daughter of Franz Liszt, much younger than him. He even had one son, Siegfried Wagner.
Wagner, as a person and as a musician, remains the subject of controversy and emotional debate, idolization well as absolute rejection occur. His significance as a composer and musical innovator is however indisputable. There is extensive literature on Wagner reflects this controversy.
Frédéric François Chopin
,actually Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin (Żelazowa Wola March 1 or February 22  1810 - Paris, October 17, 1849) was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic era. He is regarded as the greatest Polish composer and is considered one of the greatest composers in music history.
Chopin was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola as the son of a French father and a Polish mother. In his early life he was known as a child prodigy on the piano. In November 1830, twenty years old, he went abroad. As a result of the suppression result of the November Uprising in Poland (1830-1831) he was one of the many refugees during the "Great Emigration".
In Paris, Chopin lived a comfortable life as a composer and piano teacher. He gave few concerts. In France he used the French version of his name and eventually took French citizenship. After a number of failed romantic adventures with Polish women, between 1837 and 1847, he had a stormy relationship with the French writer George Sand (Aurore Dude Vant). Chopin's already poor health eventually deteriorated and in 1849 he died in Paris 39 years old tuberculosis.
His oeuvre consists almost entirely of compositions for solo piano. Although many of them are technically very demanding, his style is characterized by emphasizing subtle nuance and expressive depth. Chopin built various musical forms such as ballad and further from the scherzo and was responsible for several innovations in forms such as the piano sonata, waltz,étude , nocturne, impromptu and prelude. His compositions are among sample of Romanticism.
Georg Friedrich Handel
(English: George Frideric Handel) (Halle an der Saale, February 23, 1685 - London, April 14, 1759) was a baroque composer. Handel wrote a lot of music-dramatic: 42 operas, 29 oratorios, more than 120 cantatas, trios and duets. This corresponds to about 2000 arias. Furthermore, English, German, Italian and Latin church music, serenades and odes. Among his instrumental works are organ recitals, concerti grossi, chamber and overtures music as hobo- and violin sonatas and works for harpsichord and organ.
Along with Johann Sebastian Bach, who was born in the same year (1685), Handel is considered one of the greatest composers of his time. Handel composed a total of more than 610 works, many of which are still performed.
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