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Composers Intro

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Austrian composer of over 100 symphonies. Best known for Surprise Symphony. Haydn
Jupiter Symphony and Don Giovanni opera. The Magic Flute Mozart
Wrote the "Unfinished", The "Great", and The "Last" Symphonies (His 8th, 9th, and 10th.) Schubert (Not to be confused withe Q-bert
Waltz King. Wrote "Blue Danube Waltz" and composed his operetta, "Die Fledermaus" Strauss the Younger
Wrote "Resurrection" and "Symphony of a Thousand". Was scared of the "curse of the 9th" Mahler
Composed "From the New World" and "Slavonic Dances" Dvorak
Composed "The Planets" and "Songs from the Rig Veda" Holst
Composed the opera "Paul Bunyan" Composed "A Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra" Britten (from Britain)
"March to the Scaffold" "Dream of a Witch's Sabbath" "Symphonie Fantastique" "The Damnation of Faust" Berlioz
"The Tales of Hoffman" "Orpheus in the Underwold" Offenbach
"Carnival of the Animals" Had a feud with Debussy. "Danse Macabre" Saint-Saens
Musical impressionism, symbolism, "Clair de lune", "Prelude to the afternoon of a faun" Debussy
"The Fair Maid of Perth", "Carmen" Bizet
Baroque composer. "Canon in D Major" Pachelbel
Long line of family musicians. "Brandenburg Concertos" "The Well-Tempered Clavier", "Goldberg Variations" J.S.Bach
Worked for George I of England. "Water Music" "The Messiah" Handel
Student of Haydn. "Fur Elise" "Eroica" "Fidelio" "The Creatures of Prometheus" Beethoven
"Hebrides Overture" Reintroduced Bach. "Songs without words" Mendelssohn
Married the Daughter of Liszt. "The Flying Dutchman" "Lohengrin" "The Ring of the Nibelung" Wagner
"German Requiem" "Lullaby" "Hungarian Dances" Brahms
Leader of the state music bureau for the Nazis, but conflicted with them and was removed. "Also Sprach Zarathustra" "Salome" "Der Rosenkavalier" Richard Strauss
student of Salieri. Popular during his life. "Mephisto Waltz" "Les Preludes" "Hungarian Rhapsodies" Liszt
worked for a girls orphanage. Nicknamed the red priest. "The Four Seasons" Vivaldi
Violin virtuoso. "La Campanella" Paganini
Created by: jaredlovering