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NOMperson compositor, compositorasomeone who composes music as a profession
person compositor, autor, compositora de cançons, compositor de cançons, lletristaa composer of words / words or music for popular songs
person compositor, caixista, linotipista, tipògrafone who sets written material into type
Català > compositor: 3 sentits > nom 1, person
Sentitsomeone who composes music as a profession.
EspècimensAaron CoplandUnited States composer who developed a distinctly American music (1900-1990)
Alban BergAustrian composer in Schoenberg's twelve-tone music system (1885-1935)
Aleksandr Borodin, BorodinRussian composer (1833-1887)
Ambròs de Milà(Roman Catholic Church) Roman priest who became bishop of Milan
Andrew Lloyd WebberEnglish composer of many successful musicals (some in collaboration with Sir Tim Rice) (born in 1948)
Anton Bruckner, BrucknerAustrian organist and composer of romantic music (1824-1896)
Antonio Vivaldi, VivaldiItalian baroque composer and violinist (1675-1741)
Aram KhatxaturianRussian composer (born in Armenia) whose works are romantic and reflect his interest in folk music (1903-1978)
Arcangelo Corelli, CorelliItalian violinist and composer of violin concertos (1653-1713)
Arnold Schoenberg, Arnold SchönbergUnited States composer and musical theorist (born in Austria) who developed atonal composition (1874-1951)
Arthur Honegger, HoneggerSwiss composer (born in France) who was the founding member of a group in Paris that included Erik Satie and Darius Milhaud and Francis Poulenc and Jean Cocteau (1892-1955)
Arthur Sullivan, SullivanEnglish composer of operettas who collaborated with the librettist William Gilbert (1842-1900)
Artur Schnabel, SchnabelUnited States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)
Bach, Johann Sebastian BachGerman baroque organist and contrapuntist
Bedrich Smetana, SmetanaCzech composer (1824-1884)
Beethoven, Ludwig van BeethovenGerman composer of instrumental music (especially symphonic and chamber music)
Bellini, Vincenzo BelliniItalian composer of operas (1801-1835)
Benjamin Britten, Britten, Edward Benjamin Brittenmajor English composer of the 20th century
Berlioz, Hector BerliozFrench composer of romantic works (1803-1869)
Bizet, Georges BizetFrench composer best known for his operas (1838-1875)
Brahms, Johannes BrahmsGerman composer who developed the romantic style of both lyrical and classical music (1833-1897)
Carl Maria von WeberGerman conductor and composer of romantic operas (1786-1826)
Carl NielsenDanish composer (1865-1931)
Cesar Franck, FranckFrench composer and teacher who influenced a generation of composers (1822-1890)
ChavezMexican composer of nationalistic works using themes from Indian folk music (1899-1978)
Cherubini, Luigi CherubiniItalian composer of church music and operas (1760-1842)
Chopin, Frederic François Chopin, Frédéric François Chopin, Fryderyk Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek ChopinFrench composer (born in Poland) and pianist of the romantic school (1810-1849)
Claudio Monteverdi, MonteverdiItalian composer (1567-1643)
Cole PorterUnited States composer and lyricist of musical comedies (1891-1946)
Constant Lambert, LambertEnglish composer and conductor (1905-1951)
Darius Milhaud, Milhaud, MilhauFrench composer of works that combine jazz and polytonality and Brazilian music (1892-1974)
DebussyFrench composer who is said to have created Impressionism in music (1862-1918)
Deems Taylor, Joseph Deems TaylorUnited States composer and music critic (1885-1966)
Delibes, Leo DelibesFrench composer of operas (1836-1891)
Dmitri Shostakovich, ShostakovichRussian composer best known for his fifteen symphonies (1906-1975)
Donizetti, Gaetano DonizettiItalian composer of operas (1797-1848)
Dukas, Paul DukasFrench composer (1865-1935)
DvorakCzech composer who combined folk elements with traditional forms (1841-1904)
Edvard Grieg, GriegNorwegian composer whose work was often inspired by Norwegian folk music (1843-1907)
Edward MacDowellUnited States composer best remembered as a composer of works for the piano (1860-1908)
Elgar, Sir Edward ElgarBritish composer of choral and orchestral works including two symphonies as well as songs and chamber ... / chamber music and music for brass band (1857-1934)
Engelbert Humperdinck, HumperdinckGerman composer of six operas and other incidental music (1854-1921)
Erik SatieFrench composer noted for his experimentalism and rejection of Romanticism (1866-1925)
Ernest BlochUnited States composer (born in Switzerland) who composed symphonies and chamber music and choral music and a piano sonata and an opera (1880-1959)
Felix Mendelssohn, MendelssohnGerman musician and romantic composer of orchestral and choral works (1809-1847)
Francis Poulenc, PoulencFrench pianist and composer (1899-1963)
Franz Joseph Haydn, Haydn, Joseph Haydnprolific Austrian composer who influenced the classical form of the symphony (1732-1809)
Franz Liszt, LisztHungarian composer and piano virtuoso (1811-1886)
Franz Schubert, SchubertAustrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano (1797-1828)
Frederick DeliusEnglish composer of orchestral works (1862-1934)
Frederick LoeweUnited States composer (born in Austria) who collaborated with Lerner on several musicals (1901-1987)
Fyodorovich Stravinsky, Igor Stravinsky, Stravinskycomposer who was born in Russia but lived in the United States after 1939 (1882-1971)
Georg Philipp Telemann, TelemannGerman baroque composer (1681-1767)
George Enescu, Georges EnescoRomanian violinist and composer (1881-1955)
George Frederick Handel, George Frideric Handel, George Frideric Händel, HandelA prolific British baroque composer (born in Germany) remembered best for his oratorio Messiah (1685-1759)
George Gershwin, GershwinUnited States composer who incorporated jazz into classical forms and composed scores for musical comedies (1898-1937)
Giacomo Meyerbeer, MeyerbeerGerman composer of operas in a style that influenced Richard Wagner (1791-1864)
Giacomo Puccini, PucciniItalian operatic composer noted for the dramatic realism of his operas (1858-1924)
Gian Carlo MenottiUnited States composer (born in Italy) of operas (born in 1911)
Gioachino Rossini, RossiniItalian composer remembered for his operas (1792-1868)
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Palestrina, PraenesteItalian composer (1526-1594)
Giuseppe Verdi, VerdiItalian operatic composer (1813-1901)
Glinka, Mikhail Glinka, Mikhaïl GlinkaRussian composer (1804-1857)
GluckGerman composer of more than 100 operas (1714-1787)
GounodFrench composer best remembered for his operas (1818-1893)
Gustav Mahler, MahlerAustrian composer and conductor (1860-1911)
Heitor Villa-LobosBrazilian composer (1887-1959)
Henry PurcellEnglish organist at Westminster Abbey and composer of many theatrical pieces (1659-1695)
Hindemith, Paul HindemithGerman neoclassical composer and conductor who believed that music should have a social purpose (1895-1963)
Hugo WolfAustrian composer (1860-1903)
IvesUnited States composer noted for his innovative use of polytonality (1874-1954)
Jacques Offenbach, OffenbachFrench composer of many operettas and an opera (1819-1880)
Jean-Philippe Rameau, RameauFrench composer of operas whose writings laid the foundation for the modern theory of harmony (1683-1764)
Jean Baptiste Lully, LullyFrench composer (born in Italy) who was the court composer to Louis XIV and founded the national French opera (1632-1687)
Jean Sibelius, SibeliusFinnish composer (1865-1957)
Jerome KernUnited States composer of musical comedies (1885-1945)
Joaquim, Joseph Joachim, Sant JoaquimHungarian violinist and composer (1831-1907)
Johann Strauss, StraussAustrian composer and son of Strauss the Elder
Johann Strauss, StraussAustrian composer of waltzes (1804-1849)
John CageUnited States composer of avant-garde music (1912-1992)
John DowlandEnglish lutenist and composer of songs for the lute (1563-1626)
John Philip Sousa, SousaA United States bandmaster and composer of military marches (1854-1932)
Kurt WeillGerman composer
Leonard BernsteinUnited States conductor and composer (1918-1990)
Manuel de FallaSpanish composer and pianist (1876-1946)
Marc BlitzsteinUnited States pianist and composer of operas and musical plays (1905-1964)
MassenetFrench composer best remembered for his pop operas (1842-1912)
Maurice Ravel, RavelFrench composer and exponent of Impressionism (1875-1937)
Max BruchGerman composer (1838-1920)
Modest Mússorgski, Modest Mussorgsky, MussorgskyRussian composer of operas and orchestral works (1839-1881)
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozartprolific Austrian composer and child prodigy
Noel CowardEnglish dramatist and actor and composer noted for his witty and sophisticated comedies (1899-1973)
Ottorino Respighi, RespighiItalian composer remembered for his symphonic poems (1879-1936)
Percy GraingerUnited States composer (born in Australia) who lived in London and collected English folk songs (1882-1961)
Pierre BoulezFrench composer of serial music (born in 1925)
ProkofievRussian composer of ballets and symphonies and operas (1891-1953)
Rachmaninoff, Rachmaninov, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sergei Rachmaninovcomposer and piano virtuoso born in Russia (1873-1943)
Ralph Vaughan Williams, Vaughan WilliamsEnglish composer influenced by folk tunes and music of the Tudor period (1872-1958)
Richard RodgersUnited States composer of musical comedies (especially in collaboration with Oscar Hammerstein II and with Lorenz Hart) (1902-1979)
Richard Strauss, StraussGerman composer of many operas
Richard Wagner, Wagner, Wilhelm Richard WagnerGerman composer of operas and inventor of the musical drama in which drama and spectacle and music are fused (1813-1883)
Rimski-KorsakovRussian composer of operas and orchestral works
Robert Alexander Schumann, Robert Schumann, SchumannGerman romantic composer known for piano music and songs (1810-1856)
Roger Huntington Sessions, Roger SessionsUnited States composer who promoted 20th century music (1896-1985)
Roland de LassusBelgian composer (1532-1594)
Roy OrbisonUnited States composer and rockabilly tenor popular in the 1950s (1936-1988)
Saint-SaensFrench pianist and composer (1835-1921)
Samuel BarberUnited States composer (1910-1981)
SchumannGerman pianist and composer of piano music
Scott JoplinUnited States composer who was the first creator of ragtime to write down his compositions (1868-1917)
SegòviaSpanish guitarist who made classical guitar a concert instrument (1893-1987)
Sigmund RombergUnited States composer (born in Hungary) who composed operettas (1887-1951)
Stephen SondheimUnited States composer of musicals (born in 1930)
Steve ReichUnited States composer (born in 1936)
TchaikovskyImportant Russian composer whose works are noted for their expressive melodies (1840-1893)
Thomas TallisEnglish organist and composer of church and secular music
VareseUnited States composer (born in France) whose music combines dissonance with complex rhythms and the use of electronic techniques (1883-1965)
Virgil ThomsonUnited States composer who collaborated with Gertrude Stein (1896-1989)
W. C. Handy, William Christopher HandyUnited States blues musician who transcribed and published traditional blues music (1873-1958)
Walter PistonUnited States neoclassical composer (1894-1976)
William ByrdEnglish organist and composer of church music
William WaltonEnglish composer (1902-1983)
Específicautor, compositora de cançons, compositor de cançons, compositor, lletristaA composer of words / words or music for popular songs
contrapuntistaA composer who specializes in counterpoint
psalmista, salmistaA composer of sacred songs
simfonistaA composer of symphonies
Generalmúsicartist who composes or conducts music as a profession
Espanyolcompositora, compositor
Verbscompondre, integrar, redactarWrite music
Català > compositor: 3 sentits > nom 2, person
SentitA composer of words / words or music for popular songs.
Sinònimsautor, compositora de cançons, compositor de cançons, lletrista
EspècimensBob Dylan, DylanUnited States songwriter noted for his protest songs (born in 1941)
Buddy Holly, HollyUnited States rock star (1936-1959)
Fats DominoUnited States rhythm and blues pianist and singer and composer (born in 1928)
George M. CohanUnited States songwriter and playwright famous for his patriotic songs (1878-1942)
Hank WilliamsUnited States country singer and songwriter (1923-1953)
Hoagy CarmichaelUnited States songwriter (1899-1981)
Irving BerlinUnited States songwriter (born in Russia) who wrote more than 1500 songs and several musical comedies (1888-1989)
John Lennon, LennonEnglish rock star and guitarist and songwriter who with Paul McCartney wrote most of the music for the Beatles (1940-1980)
Paul McCartneyEnglish rock star and bass guitarist and songwriter who with John Lennon wrote most of the music for the Beatles (born in 1942)
Paul SimonUnited States singer and songwriter (born in 1942)
Stephen FosterUnited States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864)
Woody GuthrieUnited States folk singer and songwriter (1912-1967)
Generalcompositora, compositorsomeone who composes music as a profession
Anglèssongwriter, songster, ballad maker
Espanyolbaladista, cancionista, compositor
Nomscançó, vocalA short musical composition with words
Català > compositor: 3 sentits > nom 3, person
SentitOne who sets written material into type.
Sinònimscaixista, linotipista, tipògraf
Generalimpresorsomeone whose occupation is printing
Anglèscompositor, typesetter, setter, typographer
Espanyolcajista, compositor, linotipista, tipógrafo
NomstipografiaThe craft of composing type and printing from it
tipografiaart and technique of printing with movable type
Verbscompilar, compondre, integrar, recopilarPut together out of existing material

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