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« Reply #435 on: November 17, 2021, 07:58:24 am »

Álvaro Cassuto (1938), Amanda Brown (1965), August Wilhelm Ambros (1816), Claus Kühnl (1957), David Amram (1930), Francesco Foggia (1603), Franz Constant (1910), Gerhard Schjelderup (1859), Hershy Kay (1919), Lorenzo Ferrero (1951), Max Deutsch (1892), Michael Gatonska (1967), Michele Carafa (1787), Philip Grange (1956), Raymond Chevreuille (1901), Robert Drasnin (1927)

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« Reply #436 on: November 18, 2021, 10:01:50 am »

Amadeu Vives (1871), Antoine Elwart (1808), Béla Vavrinecz (1925), Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch (1736), Carl Maria von Weber (1786), Carter Burwell (1955), Daniel D’Adamo (1966), Ernst Levy (1895), Felice Blangini (1781), Félix Máximo López (1742), Henry Bishop (1786), Hidemaro Konoye (1898), Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860), Lawrence Moss (1927), Leif Solberg (1914), Lillian Fuchs (1901), Lindley Evans (1895), Matteo Sommacal (1977), Otar Gordeli (1928), Skip Kennon (1948), William Horsley (1774), William Mayer (1925)

A Hollywood star with an intriguing name which links to one of them...

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« Reply #437 on: November 19, 2021, 07:18:15 am »

Betty Beath (1932), Bernard Gilmore (1937), Giuseppe Geremia (1732), Haldor Lillenas (1885), Harry Robertson (1932), James Adler (1950), Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur (1908), Joseph Livingstone (1962), Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov (1859), Ragnar Althén (1883), Salil Chowdhury (1922), Siegfried Behrend (1933), Tawnie Olson (1974), Vicente Lleó Balbastre (1870)

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« Reply #438 on: November 20, 2021, 08:50:29 am »

Arthur Marshall (1881), Daniel Gregory Mason (1873), Daniel Strong Godfrey (1949), Edmond Dédé (1827), Friedrich Heinrich Himmel (1765), Gaby Verlor (1921), Hendrik Hofmeyr (1957), Henk Alkema (1944), Jim Brickman (1961), John Barnes Chance (1932), John McGinn (1964), John Wall Callcott (1766), Marco Oppedisano (1971), Margaret Sutherland (1897), Max Baumann (1917), Meredith Monk (1942), Norbert Moret (1921), Volkmar Busch (1812)

Eggs, walnuts (possibly hamster-turds?), brown jelly, some green stuff, yum...



...it looked so nice, she had another helping...



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« Reply #439 on: November 21, 2021, 08:10:58 am »

Alberto Villalpando (1940), Áskell Másson (1953), Einari Marvia (1915), Ernest Charles (1895), Francisco Tárrega (1852), Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg (1718), Johann Löhner (1645), Johann Michael Müller (1683), Josef Triebensee (1772), Judith Shatin (1949), Malcolm Williamson (1931), Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen (1932), Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877), Stephen Geyer (1950), Yan Frenkel (1920)

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« Reply #440 on: November 22, 2021, 09:52:03 am »

Axel Borup-Jørgensen (1924), Benjamin Britten (1913), Benjamin Yusupov (1962), Bernard Naylor (1907), Carlo Giacco (1972), Conradin Kreutzer (1780), Fikret Amirov (1922), François Colin de Blamont (1690), Franz Benda (1709), Gunther Schuller (1925), Hans Zender (1936), Hoagy Carmichael (1899), Howard Brockway (1870), Joaquín Rodrigo (1901), Julio Salvador Sagreras (1879), Kristian Lindeman (1942), Nick Didkovsky (1958), Nikolai Kapustin (1937), Ovide Musin (1854), Peter Hurford (1930), Philippe Arthuys (1928), Stephen Hough (1961), Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710)

On St Cecilia's Day it has to be

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« Reply #441 on: November 23, 2021, 08:40:33 am »

Alberto Williams (1862), Alfonso X of Castile (1221), André Caplet (1878), Cláudio Santoro (1919), Ekrem Zeki Un (1910), Ioseb Bardanashvili (1948), Jean Baptiste Senaillé (1687), Jerry Bock (1928), Johan de Meij (1953), John Sanders (1933), Johnny Mandel (1925), Krzysztof Penderecki (1933), Ludovico Einaudi (1955), Manuel de Falla (1876), Max Schönherr (1903), Nicolas Bacri (1961), Pierre Dumage (1674), Raymond Hanson (1913), Ruth Watson Henderson (1932), Thomas Attwood (1765), Timo Hietala (1960), Viktor Kosenko (1896), Will Schaefer (1928)

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« Reply #442 on: November 24, 2021, 08:32:57 am »

Alfred Schnittke (1934), Bayani Mendoza de Leon (1942), Bernhard Stavenhagen (1862), Charles Theodore Pachelbel (1690), Chinary Ung (1942), Edgar Meyer (1960), Emma Lou Diemer (1927), Erik Bergman (1911), Jan Maklakiewicz (1899), Jouni Kaipainen (1956), Kayhan Kalhor (1963), Richard Hervig (1917), Tarquinio Merula (1595), Tod Machover (1953)

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« Reply #443 on: November 25, 2021, 08:52:00 am »

Arthur Schwartz (1900), Eleni Karaindrou (1941), Ethelbert Nevin (1862), Francis Lemarque (1917), Franz Xaver Gruber (1787), Hans Boll (1923), Ilja Nurník (1922), Johann Friedrich Reichardt (1752), John O’Reilly (1940), José Maria Beobide (1882), Mark Minkov (1944), Marti Epstein (1959), Mauro Bruno (1923), Michael F.P. Huber (1971), Michel Portal (1935), Moritz Eggert (1965), Øistein Sommerfeldt (1919), Paul Hillemacher (1852), Paul Mealor (1975), Peder Gram (1881), Ramiro Cortés (1938), Sergei Taneyev (1856), Tibor Serly (1901), Toni Ortelli (1904), Tui St. George Tucker (1924), Virgil Thomson (1896), Wilhelm Kempff (1895)

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« Reply #444 on: November 25, 2021, 12:07:33 pm »

Arthur Schwartz (1900), Eleni Karaindrou (1941), Ethelbert Nevin (1862), Francis Lemarque (1917), Franz Xaver Gruber (1787), Hans Boll (1923), Ilja Nurník (1922), Johann Friedrich Reichardt (1752), John O’Reilly (1940), José Maria Beobide (1882), Mark Minkov (1944), Marti Epstein (1959), Mauro Bruno (1923), Michael F.P. Huber (1971), Michel Portal (1935), Moritz Eggert (1965), Øistein Sommerfeldt (1919), Paul Hillemacher (1852), Paul Mealor (1975), Peder Gram (1881), Ramiro Cortés (1938), Sergei Taneyev (1856), Tibor Serly (1901), Toni Ortelli (1904), Tui St. George Tucker (1924), Virgil Thomson (1896), Wilhelm Kempff (1895)



Ethelbert Nevin, May in Tuscany? If not, who and why?  Grin
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Arthur Schwartz (1900), Eleni Karaindrou (1941), Ethelbert Nevin (1862), Francis Lemarque (1917), Franz Xaver Gruber (1787), Hans Boll (1923), Ilja Nurník (1922), Johann Friedrich Reichardt (1752), John O’Reilly (1940), José Maria Beobide (1882), Mark Minkov (1944), Marti Epstein (1959), Mauro Bruno (1923), Michael F.P. Huber (1971), Michel Portal (1935), Moritz Eggert (1965), Øistein Sommerfeldt (1919), Paul Hillemacher (1852), Paul Mealor (1975), Peder Gram (1881), Ramiro Cortés (1938), Sergei Taneyev (1856), Tibor Serly (1901), Toni Ortelli (1904), Tui St. George Tucker (1924), Virgil Thomson (1896), Wilhelm Kempff (1895)



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Naughty! Four Saints in Three Acts, as you well know.

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« Reply #446 on: November 26, 2021, 07:35:10 am »

Christfried Schmidt (1932), Earl Wild (1915), Frank Simon (1889), Gunnar Karrby (1921), Gunnar Sønstevold (1912), Hans Schreiber (1912), Johannes Bach (1604), Mareo Ishiketa (1916), Nader Mashayekhi (1958), Niels Otto Raasted (1888), Sandro Fuga (1906), Scott Bradley (1891), Stan Lebowsky (1926), Thomas Tellefsen (1823), Xosé Baldomir (1867)

Yep, here she is again to enliven an otherwise drab affair. Don't know what she's stirring up in her bowl but it's bound to be something strident, if not positively toxic...



...I just hope there's still some room in the recycling bin for all that cardboard.

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« Reply #447 on: November 26, 2021, 09:58:35 am »

Christfried Schmidt (1932), Earl Wild (1915), Frank Simon (1889), Gunnar Karrby (1921), Gunnar Sønstevold (1912), Hans Schreiber (1912), Johannes Bach (1604), Mareo Ishiketa (1916), Nader Mashayekhi (1958), Niels Otto Raasted (1888), Sandro Fuga (1906), Scott Bradley (1891), Stan Lebowsky (1926), Thomas Tellefsen (1823), Xosé Baldomir (1867)

Yep, here she is again to enliven an otherwise drab affair. Don't know what she's stirring up in her bowl but it's bound to be something strident, if not positively toxic...



...I just hope there's still some room in the recycling bin for all that cardboard.

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That's a thought, Earl Wild vs Mrs Mills in one of those 'Duel of the Pianists' shindigs that Liszt, Thalberg and such people indulged in in the nineteenth century. Having said that, 'the best of the rest' of today's bunch is undoubtdly Scott Bradley: the music he wrote for the Tom & Jerry cartoons verges on genius. As he himself wrote, "I hope Dr. Schoenberg will forgive me for using his system to produce funny music, but even the boys in the orchestra laughed when we were recording it". Apparently, MGM studio concertmaster Lou Raderman complained: "Scott writes the most blank-blank-blank difficult fiddle music in Hollywood … He is going to break my fingers!"
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« Reply #448 on: November 27, 2021, 08:31:19 am »

Alexander Varlamov (1801), Alphonse Mailly (1833), Anton Stamitz (1750), Ascanio Trombetti (1544), Bertold Hummel (1925), Charles Koechlin (1867), Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (1602), Daniel Sternfeld (1905), Franz Krommer (1759), Gaetano Pugnani (1731), Hans-Christian Bartel (1932), Helmut Lachenmann (1935), Isabelle Panneton (1955), Johanna Senfter (1879), Julius Benedict (1804), Maciej Malecki (1940), Margaret Ruthven Lang (1867), Max Rhode (1884), Nico Dostal (1895), Ottavio Vernizzi (1569), Richard Stone (1953), Robert Blum (1900), Siegfried Naumann (1919), Victor Ewald (1860)

Say it with flowers...

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« Reply #449 on: November 28, 2021, 09:02:05 am »

Alexander Kastalsky (1856), Anders Öhrwall (1932), Anton Rubinstein (1829), Aurelio de la Vega (1925), Carl Frühling (1868), Carl Jonas Love Almqvist (1793), Émile Bernard (1843), Ferdinand Ries (1784), Franz Drdla (1868), Gustaf Hägg (1867), Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632), Jeffrey Lewis (1942), Joan Guinjoan (1931), Joaquin Gutiérrez Heras (1927), Józef Koffler (1896), Lei Liang (1972), Louis Hirsch (1887), Ludvig Mathias Lindeman (1812), Mirjam Tally (1976), Pamela Harrison (1915), Peter Wittrich (1959), Randy Newman (1943), Viktor Gridin (1943)

A lovely wig - a haven for wildlife...

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