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Peter Mennin

Peter Mennin spent the majority of his existence working inside the academics environment and his music, in the American symphonic custom, speaks from a wide neo-Romantic creativity. Mennin started his research at Oberlin University, and upon completing armed service service in the first 1940s, he acquired his bachelor’s, master’s and …

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Amy Beach

Composer Amy Seaside began her music teaching early, singing over 40 music accurately at age 1, improvising harmonic lines before age group 2, and composing at 4. A kid prodigy around the piano, Amy started lessons at age group 6 and provided her first open public recitals at age group …

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Sven Einar Englund

Einar Englund’s music evinces a number of stylistic assets and a catholicity of nature that rival those of Igor Stravinsky, among the composers who influenced him most. Among contemporary Finland’s most renowned composers, Englund was created for the Swedish isle of Gotland in 1916, and resided there for a lot …

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