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Erik Satie/Ерик Сати (1866. — 1925) је био француски композитор, пијанист и писац. Сати се као композитор појавио 1887. Себе је прозвао гимнопедист, а нешто касније (1888) написаће своје најпознатије дело „гимнопедес“ (Gymnopédies, три композиције за клавир). Сати је писао за бројне часописе, од дадаистичког магазина 391 до америчког Ванити фера. Његов рад је био претеча каснијих музичких праваца минимализма, музике која се понавља и позоришта апсурда.

Erik Satie/Ерик Сати (1866. — 1925) је био француски композитор, пијанист и писац. Сати се као композитор појавио 1887. Себе је прозвао гимнопедист, а нешто касније (1888) написаће своје најпознатије дело „гимнопедес“ (Gymnopédies, три композиције за клавир). Сати је писао за бројне часописе, од дадаистичког магазина 391 до америчког Ванити фера. Његов рад је био претеча каснијих музичких праваца минимализма, музике која се понавља и позоришта апсурда.

"Competitions are for horses, not artists."  (Bela Bartok)

"Competitions are for horses, not artists." (Bela Bartok)

Isaac Albeniz, (1860-1909), was one of Spain's most important composers. He was a child prodigy who first performed publically on the piano at age 4. By age 7 he was studying at the Conservatory, at 8, performing in various Catalan cities and towns wherever his father, a civil servant, was stationed. By the time he was a teenager Albéniz gained a reputation as a virtuoso, and this soon reached Madrid. He subsequenetly was awarded a royal pension to study at the Royal Conservatory in…

Isaac Albeniz, (1860-1909), was one of Spain's most important composers. He was a child prodigy who first performed publically on the piano at age 4. By age 7 he was studying at the Conservatory, at 8, performing in various Catalan cities and towns wherever his father, a civil servant, was stationed. By the time he was a teenager Albéniz gained a reputation as a virtuoso, and this soon reached Madrid. He subsequenetly was awarded a royal pension to study at the Royal Conservatory in…

Gustav Mahler

Gustav Mahler

Maurice Ravel and Igor Stravinsky, c. 1913. Stravinsky recalled fondly of Ravel’s defense of The Rite of Spring in later years during one of...

Maurice Ravel and Igor Stravinsky, c. 1913. Stravinsky recalled fondly of Ravel’s defense of The Rite of Spring in later years during one of...

Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911): late-Romantic Austrian composer among leading conductors of his generation. A Jew, born in village of Kalischt, Bohemia, (then the Austrian Empire) now Kaliště in Czech Republic. Wikipedia http://culturacolectiva.com/mahler/

Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911): late-Romantic Austrian composer among leading conductors of his generation. A Jew, born in village of Kalischt, Bohemia, (then the Austrian Empire) now Kaliště in Czech Republic. Wikipedia http://culturacolectiva.com/mahler/

Compositor francés Jules Massenet nació un 12 de mayo.

Compositor francés Jules Massenet nació un 12 de mayo.

† Hugo Wolf (March 13, 1860 – February 22, 1903) Austrian composer of Slovene origin.

† Hugo Wolf (March 13, 1860 – February 22, 1903) Austrian composer of Slovene origin.

Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) was a Romantic and passionate composer, who frequently found inspiration from works of literature and the theatre. His Symphonie Fantastique reflects his obsessive love for an actress, and he used a recurring theme or "idée fixe" to depict his obsessive thoughts in the imaginative music.

Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) was a Romantic and passionate composer, who frequently found inspiration from works of literature and the theatre. His Symphonie Fantastique reflects his obsessive love for an actress, and he used a recurring theme or "idée fixe" to depict his obsessive thoughts in the imaginative music.

Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934) is recognized today as the composer of "The Planets," which remains wildly popular, but for little else except perhaps his "St. Paul Suite." However, Holst was the creator of operas, chamber, vocal, and orchestral music of many different styles, based on subjects as varied as folk songs, Tudor music, Sanskrit literature, astrology, and contemporary poetry.

Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934) is recognized today as the composer of "The Planets," which remains wildly popular, but for little else except perhaps his "St. Paul Suite." However, Holst was the creator of operas, chamber, vocal, and orchestral music of many different styles, based on subjects as varied as folk songs, Tudor music, Sanskrit literature, astrology, and contemporary poetry.

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