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European composers today

David Ewen

European composers today

a biographical and critical guide

by David Ewen

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Published by H.W. Wilson in New York .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled and edited by David Ewen.
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Walk in these geniuses’ footsteps, listen to their masterpieces and experience the breathtaking beauty of the three European cities that inspired them. Genre/Form: Bio-bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ewen, David, European composers today. New York, Wilson, (OCoLC)   Includes biographies of major Latin American composers, and of European composers domiciled in the Western Hemisphere References cited at end of each biography This vol.

with the companion vol., European composers today, replaces Composers of today, originally issued in Pages: Includes biographies of major Latin American composers, and of European composers domiciled in the Western Hemisphere. This vol. with the companion vol., European composers today, replaces Composers of today, originally issued in Description: p.: ports.

; 26 European composers today book. Contents. This is a list of classical music composers by era. With the exception of the overview, the Modernist era has been combined with the Postmodern. Overview. Medieval era. See List of Medieval composers and Medieval music. Renaissance era. See List of Renaissance composers and Renaissance music.

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