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reorganized the catholic church service.� Gregorian Chants named after him.
Hildegard von Bingen
we really should have talked more about her.� Just remember that she composed sacred music in the middle ages.
Notre Dame Mass
sang secular music in the middle ages
composed sacred music during the renaissance. (He also wrote some secular music, but we'll remember him for his sacred music.
also composed sacred music during the renaissance.
composer of English Madrigals.
composer of English Madrigals including As Vesta was Descending
composer of English Madrigals
Fair Phyllis (an English Madrigal)
composer of renaissance dance music including the Dances from Terpsichore (we should have talked about him more as well.)
composer of renaissance dance music
composer of Italian opera including Orfeo (the first great opera)
composer of English opera including Dido and Aeneas
The Four Seasons (as well as a buhzillion other concertos.)
Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata and Fugue in D minor, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, St. Matthew Passion, Brandenburg Concertos, known for writing organ music and cantatas (around 300 of them!)
George Frederick Handel
The Messiah, Water Music, Music for the Royal Fireworks
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, The Magic Flute, Don Giovanni, Symphony No.40
Franz Joseph Haydn
composed over 100 symphonies including the Surprise Symphony.
conducted at Mannheim
rival of Mozart
Compositions include Symphony No.5 in C minor, 32 Piano Sonatas including those titled Moonlight, Appassionata and Pathetique, and 1 opera titled Fidelio.
Virtuoso violinist who influenced pianists
Revolutionary Etude, Nocturne in E flat, wrote almost exclusively music for the solo piano
Un Sospiro, Hungarian Rhapsodies, invented the Tone Poem
created the Music Drama, The Flying Dutchman, Die Meistersinger, The Ring Cycle, Lohengren, Tristan & Isolde
"New World" Symphony, Cello Concerto in B minor
The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, 1812 Overture, Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture