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5 Classical Music Composers that You Should Know About

The greatest classical music composers have made the melodies which are still cherished among the music lovers and artists. Their music still sounds fresh and new every time people hear it. It was their style, skill, and innovation which made them the best classical musicians of all time. If you are a musician yourself, then you must have heard of the names of Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach which consistently appear around the classical music industry. Here is a list of music composers that you should know about.

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

Beethoven was a German pianist and a music composer who many believe as the greatest composer who ever lived. He took the traditional classical music of his teacher Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and added his own touch to create a romantic music list which his successors will carry to the world. He faced progressive deafness as he ages, but his greatest works were only done in his 10 years when he could hardly hear.

Ludwig van Beethoven

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Johann Sebastian Bach was a German organist and a composer who was admired for his talent, but his music was considered old fashioned. It was only in the 19th century when his work was recognized once again calling that era as Bach revival. He was honoured for his greatest compositions including Brandenburg Concertos, The Well-Tempered Clavier, and Suites for Unaccompanied.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91)

Mozart is widely recognized as the greatest composers of Western classical music. He was an Austrian music composer in the classical era. At a very young age, he composed and excelled in all the music genres of his period. He was also rumoured to have an unbelievable ability to play music when he was 3. He was the prodigy of the new music which he started composing at the age of five. Some of his notable compositions include the Marriage of Figaro, Clarinet Quintet in a Major, and Elvira Madigan.

Johannes Brahms (1833-97)

Johannes Brahms (1833-97)

Johannes Brahms was a pianist and a composer from the romantic period of Germany. He wrote in several genres such as symphonies, concerti, piano world, choral compositions, and chamber music. Many of his works reveal the influence of folk music. He was a disciple of the classical, traditional music and his works showed the same. Some of his best music include Symphony no. 3 in F major, Hungarian Dances, and Wiegenlied.

Richard Wagner(1813-83)

Richard Wagner was a German theorist and a composer who is remembered for expanding the opera tradition in Western music. All his dramatic compositions are famous for leitmotifs which is the brief musical motifs for characters, place, or event that he transformed throughout his pieces. His best operas include The Flying Dutchman, Tannhauser, Tristan and Isolde, and Parsifal.




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