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This Brazilian composer dedicated his "12 Etudes" for the guitar to Andres Segovia Heitor Villa Lobos
This Finnish composer created works such as Finlandia and Tapiola and his only opera Maiden in the Tower, died in 1957 Jean Sibelius
This Czech composer played the viola and his most famous works was the Bartered Bride and Libuse Bedrich Smetana
Main characters include Kecal the marriage broker, Jenik, amd Marenka the titular character The Bartered Bride
This Polish pianist was the first Prime Minister of Poland and was a leader in exile when he died in 1941 Ignace Jan Paderewski
This Hungarian composer wrote some famous works for the cello Zoltan Kodaly
A surprise hit album of 1993 was this contemporary Polish composer's "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs" Henryk Gorecki
This Spanish composer's most famous work is the Three Cornered Hat or El Sombrero de Tres Picos Manuel de Falla
This Hungarian composer wrote an operetta called The Merry Widow Franz Lehar
This Norweigan composer who wrote the music for Ibsen's Peer Gynt (Suite) also created The Hall of the Mountain King and his only opera Olaf Trygvason Edvard Grieg
This Norweigan composer had a house named Troldhaugen outside of Bergen and the movie Son of Norway was loosely based on his life Edvard Grieg
This Armenian composer's famous sabre dance from the ballet "Gayane" also wrote numerous Pro-Soviet works Aram Khachaturian
This Hungarian composer first came to the US in 1927, died in New York in 1945 and was reburied in Budapest in 1988 Bela Bartok
This 20th century Hungarian folk music composer's works included Mikrokosmos, The Wooden Prince, and his only opera Duke Bluebeard's Castle Bela Bartok
In 1971 this French composer was selected to replace Leonard Bernstein as director of the N.Y. Philharmonic Pierre Boulez
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