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Howlin' Wolf... n crossed over into other styles of music) similar to that of Muddy Waters,and some of B. B. King's work, but distinguished by his guitar's vastly mo ...
Keith RichardsFrom September 1950,and Jagger (known as "Mike" to his friends) were classmates at Wentworth P ...
Aynsley Dunbar... een seriously injured in a car accident in October 1978 and was replaced by, who had previously played with Journey
Gioachino RossiniThroughout his career, Paganini also became close friends with composersand Hector Berlioz. Rossini and Paganini met in Bologna in the summer of 1 ...
Friedrich NietzscheThe thought ofunderlies much 20th century analysis of power. Nietzsche disseminated idea ...
Clint EastwoodBari is mentioned in the 1995 film The Bridges of Madison County starringand Meryl Streep. In the film Francesca tells Robert that she comes from a ...
Carole King... the way for the "confessional" songs of 70s singers like Joni Mitchell and
Lionel Richie... new version of the 1985 charity single "We Are the World". Quincy Jones andplanned to release the new version to mark the 25th anniversary of its ori ...
Johannes Matthias Sperger... ozeluch, Anton Zimmermann, Antonio Capuzzi, Wenzel Pichl (2 concertos), and(18 concertos). While many of these names were leading figures to the musi ...
Miles Davis... lin, Paul Simon, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, The James Gang,, Tom Paxton, John Sebastian and others
Bob Dylan... ertainers such as Gwen Stefani, Rob Zombie, Ozzy Osbourne, Josh Groban, and. The annual Apollo Night talent show draws about 1,500 people to the Stoc ...
Moon Mullican... ues" later covered by Albert King, "My baby's gone" (covered and adapted by), "Deep Blue Sea Blues" (aka "Catfish Blues"), and others whose lasting p ...
Georg Philipp Telemann... n Joseph Fux cites the phrase in his seminal 1725 work Gradus ad Parnassum,in 1733 notes, "mi against fa", which the ancients called "Satan in music" ...
Hector Berlioz... er, Paganini also became close friends with composers Gioachino Rossini and. Rossini and Paganini met in Bologna in the summer of 1818. In January 18 ...
Eddie Cochran... 'n'roll acts including Bill Haley & His Comets, Little Richard, Bo Diddley,, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly & The Crickets and Jerry Lee Lewis
Nas... , several other Wu-Tang members made appearances, as well as Black Thought,and Rick Ross, among others. Shortly after Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang was complet ...
Wizz Jones... Jacqui McShee (later to gain fame in the band Pentangle), Martin Carthy and. He was persuaded to join a bluegrass-influenced band called the Hickory ...
John Williams... resent, scattered amongst incidental music. An example of this technique is' score for the Star Wars saga, and the numerous themes associated with ch ...
Buddy DeSylvaIn the early 1920s Gershwin frequently worked with the lyricist. Together they created the experimental one-act jazz opera Blue Monday se ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... public of their time, they are generally unknown by contemporary audiences.'s concert aria, Per Questa Bella Mano, K.612 for bass, double bass obblig ...
Henry VIII... whom he seems to have been Yeoman of the Guard. He was Sergeant-of-Arms toin 1526, Sheriff of Northamptonshire in 1532, and a Justice of the Peace f ...
Roger Sessions... ztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem, William Schuman,, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael Tippett, and Kurt Weill
Purple Motion... other members included, over time, Trug, Wildfire, Pixel, ICE, GORE, Abyss,, and Skaven, as well as several others not listed here
Jordin Sparks... singers Ciara, Vanessa L. Williams, Yolanda Adams and American Idol winnerperformed musical tributes
František Ondříček... laid to rest in 1876 in a cemetery in Parma. In 1893, the Czech violinist,, persuaded Paganini's grandson, Attila, to allow a viewing of the violini ...
Scott Joplin... or white vaudeville circuits. Around this time he became close friends with; Joplin's will would name Sweatman as executor of his estate. Joplin's mu ...
Marcus Miller... for the track "Diva". A long list of musicians, including Adrian Belew and, also made significant contributions. The album was somewhat less success ...
Quincy Jones... s in recording a new version of the 1985 charity single "We Are the World".and Lionel Richie planned to release the new version to mark the 25th anni ...
Jimi Hendrix... me a Top 10 Hit. The group was asked to open for many rock tours, includingand The Doors
Leon RussellWillie Nelson andhad a number one cover version in 1979 on the country charts, it was Russe ...
Ian Astbury... band has had various line-ups, and the longest-serving members are vocalistand guitarist Billy Duffy, the band's two songwriters
Anatoly Lyadov... in March 1866 under the direction of Konstantin Lyadov (father of composer)
Pat BooneAn early Christian record label, Lion & Lamb Records (founded by) reported in 1978 that it was their goal to produce crossover artists, bu ...
Johann Mattheson... 733 notes, "mi against fa", which the ancients called "Satan in music", andin 1739 writes that the "older singers with solmization called this pleasa ...
John Sebastian... e Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, The James Gang, Miles Davis, Tom Paxton,and others
Antonio Capuzzi... Franz Anton Hoffmeister (3 concertos), Leopold Kozeluch, Anton Zimmermann,, Wenzel Pichl (2 concertos), and Johannes Matthias Sperger (18 concertos) ...
Roger Miller... co-star with Presley in the 1964 motion picture Viva Las Vegas, The Cadets,, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, John Cale, Merle Haggard, Tom Jones, Dax R ...
Woody GuthrieIn 1941, the BPA hired Oklahoma folksingerto write songs for a documentary film promoting the benefits of hydropower ...
Don Kirshner... y as the pianist for Bill Murray's Nick the Lounge Singer character, and as
Scott Joplin... may have been part of what freed black music from ragtime's European bass."'s "Solace" (1909) is generally considered a habanera. In summary— for the ...
Skaven... ded, over time, Trug, Wildfire, Pixel, ICE, GORE, Abyss, Purple Motion, and, as well as several others not listed here
Juliana Hatfield ThreeThesong Mabel was written as a tribute to the character Mabel Longhetti
Little Richard... th developed a love for rhythm and blues music, which began for Jagger with
Howard Goodall's theme tune has the same melody throughout all the series, but is played ...
Billy Duffy... ups, and the longest-serving members are vocalist Ian Astbury and guitarist, the band's two songwriters
Bob Dylan... resley in the 1964 motion picture Viva Las Vegas, The Cadets, Roger Miller,, Bruce Springsteen, John Cale, Merle Haggard, Tom Jones, Dax Riggs, Roger ...
Robert Steadman... Polish Requiem includes a traditional Polish hymn within the sequence, and's Mass in Black intersperses environmental poetry and prophecies of Nostr ...
Billy Gibbons... ychedelic blues-rock band, most notable for giving future ZZ Top guitarist,, his start in the music business. The band consisted of Gibbons on guitar ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... rd, Bo Diddley, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly & The Crickets and
MussorgskyFor example, to teach the name ‘' a teacher will pronounce the last syllable: -sky, and have the student r ...
Alfonso X of Castile... rst with the Old Fuero (Charter) and later with the Royal Fuero, granted byin 1262 and ratified by Alfonso XI in 1339. On the other hand, the town of ...
Joe Jackson... rn in Portsmouth, Mick Jones, founder of Foreigner, was born in Portsmouth,, musician and singer–songwriter, Paul Jones, vocalist of Manfred Mann, Di ...
Cecil Taylor... iverse as Pat Metheny, John Zorn, Lee Konitz, David Sylvian, Cyro Baptista,, Keiji Haino, tap dancer Will Gaines, Drum 'n' Bass DJ Ninj, Susie Ibarra ...
Tom Paxton... on, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, The James Gang, Miles Davis,, John Sebastian and others
Wenzel Pichl... meister (3 concertos), Leopold Kozeluch, Anton Zimmermann, Antonio Capuzzi,(2 concertos), and Johannes Matthias Sperger (18 concertos). While many of ...
Elliott Sharp... the UK, The Fall, and from the US, Beastie Boys, Sonic Youth, Lydia Lunch,, Swans, the Ordinaires and Arto Lindsay. This was followed by the after-h ...
M.I.A.... Kim, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia,, Foxy Brown, and Lisa Lopes from TLC. As these all are hearing rap artist ...
Muddy Waters... s" (which often crossed over into other styles of music) similar to that of, Howlin' Wolf and some of B. B. King's work, but distinguished by his gui ...
Arthur Bliss... er the withdrawal of Sir Thomas Beecham. In 1949 the opera The Olympians by, to a libretto by Priestley, was premiered
Franz LisztIn classical music, one of's most challenging piano studies (the Transcendental Etude No.5), known f ...
Joshua Redman... rumpeters Roy Hargrove and Terence Blanchard, saxophonists Chris Potter andand bassist Christian McBride
Charlotte Moorman... ntemporary art. Yves Klein in France, and Carolee Schneemann, Yayoi Kusama,, and Yoko Ono in New York City were pioneers of performance based works o ...
Camillo Sivori... hods. He accepted students, of whom two enjoyed moderate success: violinistand cellist Gaetano Ciandelli. Neither, however, considered Paganini helpf ...
Alex North... works, including pieces by composer György Ligeti rather than the score by, although Kubrick had also hired Frank Cordell to do a score. While North ...
Big Bill Broonzy"He had a different style of playing a guitar"remarked drily. "You just make the chords and change when you feel like ch ...
Miles Davis... tween Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. Admirers of Brown's music, includingand other jazz musicians, began to cite Brown as a major influence on thei ...
Franz Liszt... xploit the "evil" connotations which are culturally associated to it (e.g.,'s use of the tritone to suggest Hell in his Dante Sonata). The tritone wa ...
Yolanda Adams... he official ceremony that December, and singers Ciara, Vanessa L. Williams,and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks performed musical tributes
Franz Anton Hoffmeister... that have written concertos from this period include Johann Baptist Vanhal,(3 concertos), Leopold Kozeluch, Anton Zimmermann, Antonio Capuzzi, Wenzel ...
Howard Shore... h Shaffer was at the piano and appeared to be directing the band's actions,was credited as SNLs musical director, eventually turning the actual condu ...
John Cale... ure Viva Las Vegas, The Cadets, Roger Miller, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen,, Merle Haggard, Tom Jones, Dax Riggs, Roger McGuinn, Suzi Quatro, Van Hal ...
Paul McCartney... Shea," and featured many special guest appearances, including former Beatlewho closed the second show with an emotional rendition of The Beatles clas ...
Don Stevenson... nd purple and lives in the ocean?". Lead guitarist Jerry Miller and drummer(both formerly of The Frantics, originally based in Seattle) joined guitar ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... cently been called "The Platinum Rule" Philosophers, such as Immanuel Kant,, and , have objected to the rule on a variety of grounds. The most seriou ...
György Ligeti... ed for existing recordings of classical works, including pieces by composerrather than the score by Alex North, although Kubrick had also hired Frank ...
Terence Blanchard... t Kurt Rosenwinkel, vibraphonist Stefon Harris, trumpeters Roy Hargrove and, saxophonists Chris Potter and Joshua Redman and bassist Christian McBrid ...
Little Richard... n rock star, who rose to fame by imitating Americans like Elvis Presley and. O'Keefe and other "first wave" bands were popular until about 1961, when ...
Paul Shaffer... iters and crew members of the show. Common contributors included bandleader, Chris Elliott, Calvert DeForest as "Larry 'Bud' Melman," announcer Bill ...
Merle Haggard... s Vegas, The Cadets, Roger Miller, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, John Cale,, Tom Jones, Dax Riggs, Roger McGuinn, Suzi Quatro, Van Halen, Jimi Hendri ...
John Cage... Paxton and others collaborated with artists Robert Morris, Robert Whitman,, Robert Rauschenberg, and engineers like Billy Klüver. These performances ...
Frederick II of Prussia... a itself by Austrian troops; and, though the invasion of Bohemia in 1744 byenabled him to return to Munich, at his death on 20 January 1745 it was le ...
Lydia Lunch... ncluded, from the UK, The Fall, and from the US, Beastie Boys, Sonic Youth,, Elliott Sharp, Swans, the Ordinaires and Arto Lindsay. This was followed ...
Manuel de Falla... so appears in "Canción del fuego fatuo" ('Song of the will-o'-the-wisp') in's ballet El amor brujo, later covered by Miles Davis as "Will-O'-The-Wisp ...
Jesse Fuller... African American music - jazz, blues and R&B. Inspired by musicians such as, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, he bought a guit ...
Einojuhani RautavaaraIn 1995-1996, Finnish composerwrote an opera about Kivi's life and works
Leopold Kozeluch... eriod include Johann Baptist Vanhal, Franz Anton Hoffmeister (3 concertos),, Anton Zimmermann, Antonio Capuzzi, Wenzel Pichl (2 concertos), and Johan ...
Bryan Ferry... y Street. Other well-known acts with connections to the city include Sting,, Dire Straits and more recently Maxïmo Park
Charlie Chaplin... made his TV debut the same year and was soon commanding enormous audiences.called Wisdom his "favourite clown"
Benjamin Britten... ems of a pacifist or non-liturgical nature; for example, the War Requiem ofjuxtaposes the Latin text with the poetry of Wilfred Owen, Krzysztof Pende ...
Billy Joel... as hosted numerous concerts since, the last being a two-night engagement byon July 16, and July 18, 2008. The concerts were dubbed the "Last Play at ...
George GershwinAn American in Paris is a symphonic tone poem by the American composer, written in 1928. Inspired by the time Gershwin had spent in Paris, it ev ...
Ozzy Osbourne... has hosted nationally known entertainers such as Gwen Stefani, Rob Zombie,, Josh Groban, and Bob Dylan. The annual Apollo Night talent show draws ab ...
Laurie Anderson... io, featuring snippets of words and speech from languages across the globe.provided the vocals for the track "Diva". A long list of musicians, includ ...
Ramblin' Jack Elliott... an music - jazz, blues and R&B. Inspired by musicians such as Jesse Fuller,, Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, he bought a guitar and practised assidu ...
Giovanni Battista Viotti... ncertos) written by his early contemporaries, such as Rodolphe Kreutzer and
William Schuman... ri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem,, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael Tippett, and Kurt Weill
Mick Jones... g career, the Clash consisted of Joe Strummer (lead vocals, rhythm guitar),(lead guitar, vocals), Paul Simonon (bass guitar, vocals) and Nicky "Toppe ...
Sidney Bechet... moved to New Orleans, where he studied with Lorenzo Tio and with the young, who was only 13 at the time. By 1912, he was playing professionally with ...
Alexander Borodin... 's works in progress and collaborated on new pieces. He became friends with, whose music "astonished" him. He spent an increasing amount of time with ...
Rodolphe Kreutzer... of works (primarily concertos) written by his early contemporaries, such asand Giovanni Battista Viotti
Susie Ibarra... , Cecil Taylor, Keiji Haino, tap dancer Will Gaines, Drum 'n' Bass DJ Ninj,, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth and the Japanese noise rock group Ruins. I ...
Gwen Stefani... several sports teams, and has hosted nationally known entertainers such as, Rob Zombie, Ozzy Osbourne, Josh Groban, and Bob Dylan. The annual Apollo ...
Les PaulIn the late 1940s, contemporaneous with guitarist-engineer's studio work with Mary Ford, Scott began recording pop songs using the l ...
Sub Focus... bass further into the mainstream with artists such as Chase and Status andreleasing many tracks on RAM Chase & Status as well as Pendulum are alread ...
Lucio Dalla... his death, Senna has been the subject of songs by Italian singer-songwriter, Jazz pianist Kim Pensyl, Japanese jazz-fusion guitarist and T-square ban ...
Michelle Phillips... n future. Each episode was narrated by a female host named Raven, voiced by. The series premiered in July 1997—one month before the debut of Parker a ...
Duke Ellington... the Northeast. Several notable musicians passed through his band, including, Coleman Hawkins, and Cozy Cole. Sweatman also continued to record for su ...
Muddy Waters... y musicians such as Jesse Fuller, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Robert Johnson and, he bought a guitar and practised assiduously
Louis Moreau Gottschalk... he piano piece "Ojos Criollos (Danse Cubaine)" (1860) by New Orleans native, was influenced by the composer's studies in Cuba. The habanera rhythm is ...
Billy Joel... ipality which was named Lloyd Harbor. Charles Lindbergh, Jerry Seinfeld andat one point lived on the Neck. Currently many of these estates have been ...
Jerry Herman... ie in this Oscar category. Her next two movies were also based on musicals,'s Hello, Dolly!, directed by Gene Kelly (1969), and Alan Jay Lerner's and ...
John Graham Mellor... 's future members were active in different parts of the London music scene.sang and played rhythm guitar in the pub rock act The 101'ers, which forme ...
Miles Davis... l-o'-the-wisp') in Manuel de Falla's ballet El amor brujo, later covered byas "Will-O'-The-Wisp" on Sketches Of Spain. The German name of the phenome ...
Burt Bacharach... is first new release as part of this contract involved a collaboration with. Their work had commenced earlier, in 1996, on a song called "God Give Me ...
The D.O.C.... lyrics were largely written by MC Ren, with contributions from Ice Cube andThe album was another double platinum success for Ruthless (in addition to ...
Peter Abelard... ity during the Middle Ages and is most often associated in that period with. Since the Reformation it has been advocated by many theologians Immanuel ...
Ned Rorem... nnin, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson,, William Schuman, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael Tippett, a ...
Kurt Rosenwinkel... , including US pianists Brad Mehldau, Jason Moran and Vijay Iyer, guitarist, vibraphonist Stefon Harris, trumpeters Roy Hargrove and Terence Blanchar ...
Geezer Butler... r, Ronnie James Dio had a chance meeting with former Black Sabbath bandmatewhich led to that band's short-lived reunion, producing one album, Dehuman ...
Johann Baptist Vanhal... bass. Other composers that have written concertos from this period include, Franz Anton Hoffmeister (3 concertos), Leopold Kozeluch, Anton Zimmerman ...
Ezra Pound... the Poetic Edda include Vilhelm Ekelund, August Strindberg, J.R.R. Tolkien,and Karin Boye
Frédéric ChopinThe works of some composers, especially, may contain long series of notes printed in the small type reserved for ...
Richard Rodney BennettThe film had an atmospheric music score composed by, who later based a concert work, Elegy for Lady Caroline Lamb for viola a ...
Bernie Taupin... 85 and scored two No.1 hits. The first was "We Built This City", written by, Martin Page, Dennis Lambert, and Peter Wolf and was engineered by Grammy ...
Bernie Hanighen... rk to pursue other projects. He composed and arranged music (with lyrics by) for the 1946 Broadway musical Lute Song, starring Mary Martin and Yul Br ...
Aaron Carter... om the 1990s are Brothers Nick Carter from The Backstreet Boys and pop starwere both teen idols in their heyday, as was Ricky Martin during the Latin ...
Henry VIII... ard Family were Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard, second and fifth wives of. Both women were nieces of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, who played ...
Krzysztof Penderecki... Benjamin Britten juxtaposes the Latin text with the poetry of Wilfred Owen,'s Polish Requiem includes a traditional Polish hymn within the sequence, ...
Rob Zombie... s teams, and has hosted nationally known entertainers such as Gwen Stefani,, Ozzy Osbourne, Josh Groban, and Bob Dylan. The annual Apollo Night talen ...
Scott Joplin... nsively. The cinquillo pattern is also heard in the ragtime compositions of, Tom Turpin, and others. Ned Sublette echoes the widely held view that th ...
Louis Spohr... icians across Europe. His early encounters with Charles Philippe Lafont andcreated intense rivalry. His concert activities, however, were still limit ...
Franz Schubert... phenomenon, Irrlicht, has been the name of a song by the classical composerin his song cycle Winterreise. Additionally, the first solo album of elect ...
Thurston Moore... , Keiji Haino, tap dancer Will Gaines, Drum 'n' Bass DJ Ninj, Susie Ibarra,of Sonic Youth and the Japanese noise rock group Ruins. In fact, despite o ...
Steven Curtis Chapman... ooked at several artists including Amy Grant, BeBe and CeCe Winans, Carman,, dc Talk, Sandi Patty, and Michael W. Smith. At the time of the survey, e ...
Henry VIII... e of Repeal Act (1553); the Protestant religious laws passed in the time ofwere repealed; and the Revival of the Heresy Acts were passed in 1554. The ...
George Crumb... music of Béla Bartók. Tritone relations are also important in the music of. George Harrison uses tritones on the downbeats of the opening phrases of ...
Robbie Williams... ristie, Utah Saints, Ministry of Sound, Craig David, George Michael, KMFDM,and
Alan Jay Lerner... musicals, Jerry Herman's Hello, Dolly!, directed by Gene Kelly (1969), and's and Burton Lane's On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, directed by Vince ...
Berry Gordy... ny more releases from T-Neck after getting an offer from Motown Records CEOto sign with Motown. Sent to the label's Tamla division, the brothers reco ...
Charlie Watts... xperience for all of them. The line-up did not at that time include drummerand bassist Bill Wyman. By 1963, they were finding their stride as well as ...
Ani DiFrancoThere are many independent labels; folk singer's Righteous Babe Records is often cited as an ideal example. The singer t ...
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky... in uniform. Aware of his technical shortcomings, Rimsky-Korsakov consulted, with whom he and the others in The Five had been in occasional contact. ...
Ferde Grofé... ical work, Rhapsody in Blue for orchestra and piano. It was orchestrated byand premiered by Paul Whiteman's concert band in New York. It proved to be ...
Walter Damrosch... e composition, which took place on December 13, 1928 in Carnegie Hall, withconducting the New York Philharmonic
Janet Jackson... ylized steps such as the robot and moonwalk over the course of his career."collaborated with former Prince associates Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on he ...
Phil Spector... aterloo album on 24 September 1973 at Metronome Studio, and was inspired byhits of the early 1960s
Daniel Pinkham... alevsky, Libby Larsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki,, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem, William Schuman, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Str ...
John McLaughlin... ian, Jivan Gasparyan, Plácido Domingo, Uriah Heep, Deep Purple, Joe Cocker,, Brazzaville, The Alan Parsons Project, Jethro Tull, Akvarium, Goran Breg ...
Deems Taylor... win collaborated on the original program notes with the critic and composer, noting that: "My purpose here is to portray the impression of an America ...
Coco Lee... or cello played by Yo-Yo Ma. The "last track" (A Love Before Time) features. The music for the entire film was produced in two weeks
Izzy Stradlin... ay throughout the decade. Drummer Steven Adler was fired in 1990, guitaristleft in late 1991 after recording Use Your Illusion I and II with the band ...
Rhys Chatham... June 1981. Each night three to five acts performed, including Glenn Branca,, Rudolph Grey, Robin Crutchfield's Dark Day, Off Beach and others
Earl Robinson... arsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham,, Ned Rorem, William Schuman, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael ...
Eric IdleNext there was a comedy interlude with members of the Monty Python troupe (, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam along with Neil Innes) performing "Sit on My ...
Nikos Skalkottas... wing decades, many new concerti were written for the double bass, including's Concerto (1942), Eduard Tubin's Concerto (1948), Lars-Erik Larsson's Co ...
Rachel Stevens... Atkinson as the title hero, Robinson as Robin, Jim Broadbent as Batman andas Mary Jane. Star Adder was to be set in space in the future (suggested b ...
Vivian Campbell... nie James Dio also wrote the song "Stars" for the Hear 'n Aid project, withcontributing on guitar. Campbell became unhappy with the direction of the ...
Yo-Yo Ma... ercussion Ensemble. It also features many solo passages for cello played by. The "last track" (A Love Before Time) features Coco Lee. The music for t ...
Amy Grant... ation and Z Music Television. The study looked at several artists including, BeBe and CeCe Winans, Carman, Steven Curtis Chapman, dc Talk, Sandi Patt ...
Glenn Branca... te Columns in June 1981. Each night three to five acts performed, including, Rhys Chatham, Rudolph Grey, Robin Crutchfield's Dark Day, Off Beach and ...
Michael Giacchino... t back on numerous occasions as the theme for Worf, most prominent Klingon.employed character themes in the soundtrack for the 2009 animated film Up, ...
Josh Freese... nued as an incomplete 4-piece for about a year, drafting now-famous drummerto record their new album which would become Art of Rebellion, released in ...
Blind Willie McTell... in Mitchell. It was Jones who suggested the stage name 'McTell', "...after, whose 'Statesboro Blues' we both loved"
Camille Saint-Saëns... created in 1905, is danced to Le cygne from The Carnival of the Animals by
James Hetfield... erican hardcore band called Iron Cross. Metallica lead singer and guitaristhas a custom version of the ESP Eclipse (based on the Gibson Les Paul) wit ...
Chopin... tor Seiji Ozawa. Since 1999 the pianist Fujiko Hemming, who plays Liszt and, has been famous and her CDs have sold millions of copies. Japan is also ...
Smokey Robinson... ed Diana Ross as one of its honorees. Past honoree and fellow Motown alumniand actor Terrence Howard spoke on her behalf at the official ceremony tha ...
Bobby Byrd... ny of his sidemen and supporting players, such as Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s,, Lyn Collins, Vicki Anderson and Hank Ballard, released records on the Pe ...
Stephen Sondheim... d her focus to stage and television acting. She toured the United States in's well-reviewed musical A Little Night Music, then took the show to Londo ...
Giuseppe Verdi... y served as the basis for the libretto written by Francesco Maria Piave for's opera I due Foscari, which premiered on 3 November 1844 in Rome. Mary M ...
John Coltrane... more evident in Barbieri's early work). American musicians like Don Cherry,, Milford Graves, and Pharoah Sanders integrated elements of the music of ...
Vanessa L. Williams... ke on her behalf at the official ceremony that December, and singers Ciara,, Yolanda Adams and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks performed musical t ...
Monterverdi... that musicians back then didn't float off into free playing. The melisma in[sic] must derive from that. But it was all in the context of a repertoire ...
Little Richard... d the act briefly in 1965, by which Hendrix had already left to perform for. Their Atlantic Records singles bombed and the brothers halted any more r ...
Whitney Houston... p star Michael Jackson, and a wave of female vocalists like Tina Turner and. Michael Jackson and Prince has been described as the most influential fi ...
Maurice Ravel... or Nadia Boulanger who, along with several other prospective tutors such as, rejected him, being afraid that rigorous classical study would ruin his ...
Stevie Wonder... she was inspired by a number of performers. These include Michael Jackson,, Sade, En Vogue, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Prince, Naughty by Nature, Johnny ...
Thurston Moore... heir first live appearance at Noise Fest, a noise music festival curated byat the art space White Columns in June 1981. Each night three to five acts ...
Bill Wyman... The line-up did not at that time include drummer Charlie Watts and bassist. By 1963, they were finding their stride as well as popularity. By 1964, ...
Bob DylanSmith mentioned his admiration forin several interviews, citing him as an early musical influence. He once c ...
Michael W. Smith... e and CeCe Winans, Carman, Steven Curtis Chapman, dc Talk, Sandi Patty, and. At the time of the survey, each of these artists was active in Christian ...
Tan DunThe score was composed by, originally performed by Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai National O ...
Paul Hindemith... the Dead, Arnold Schönberg's Erwartung, Igor Stravinsky's Oedipus rex, and's Cardillac
Maurice Ravelmet Gershwin in New York during Ravel's tour of the United States. In that ...
Liszt... the conductor Seiji Ozawa. Since 1999 the pianist Fujiko Hemming, who playsand Chopin, has been famous and her CDs have sold millions of copies. Japa ...
Vangelis... during the 1960s. Her recordings 'Athenes, ma Ville', a collaboration with, and 'Melinaki' were popular in France. Her recording of 'Feggari mou, Ag ...
Chuck Berry... roll gave it a widespread social impact. Bobby Gillespie writes that "Whensang 'Hail, hail, rock and roll, deliver me from the days of old', that's ...
Burton Lane... n's Hello, Dolly!, directed by Gene Kelly (1969), and Alan Jay Lerner's and's On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, directed by Vincente Minnelli (1970 ...
Alexander Dargomyzhsky... Cui to orchestrate the opening chorus of his opera William Ratcliff and by, whose works were greatly appreciated by The Five and who was close to de ...
William Sterndale Bennett... festival, and in 1849 went to London as a private composition student under. He studied with Sterndale Bennett three years
Johnny Cash... r the show, remarked that in his 12 years of working for Late Night, U2 andwere the "dream artists" he'd tried, but never succeeded in getting. The b ...
Neil Innes... f the Monty Python troupe (Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam along with) performing "Sit on My Face". Then Michael Palin came out as an over the ...
Ezra Pound... in Paris in March 1928. Paris at this time hosted many expatriate writers:, W. B. Yeats, Ernest Hemingway; and artist Pablo Picasso. Gershwin met wi ...
Béla Bartók... sed by Ernő Lendvaï, in his analysis of the use of tonality in the music of. Tritone relations are also important in the music of George Crumb. Georg ...
Wayne Shorter... ished jazz musicians, such as Dave Brubeck, Wynton Marsalis, Sonny Rollins,and Jessica Williams continue to perform and record. In the 1990s and 2000 ...
Adolf Mišek... ed Franz Simandl, Theodore Albin Findeisen, Josef Hrabe, Ludwig Manoly, and. Simandl and Hrabe were also pedagogues whose method books and studies co ...
Krzysztof Penderecki... Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby Larsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri Nicolau,, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem, William Schuman, Roger Session ...
Nadia Boulanger... was to be a second-rate Ravel. Instead, Ravel recommended that Gershwin seein Paris. Ravel's high praise of Gershwin in an introductory letter to Bou ...
Johnny Mathis... the style of standards from the early 20th century (typical artists includeand Frank Sinatra) combined with Big Band music and more modern performers ...
Paganini... 1600 to 1900), and many notable composers and performers (such as violinist, and pianist, organist, and composer Beethoven) were acclaimed for their ...
Tyzen Hsiao... annual festival of remembrance. Recent requiem works by Taiwanese composersand Fan-Long Ko follow in this tradition, honouring victims of the 2-28 In ...
John Cage... 931-78), a Lithuanian-born American artist. Fluxus traces its beginnings to's 1957 to 1959 Experimental Composition classes at the New School for Soc ...
Keiko Terada... ies few bands had a female members, like all-female band Show Ya fronted by, and Terra Rosa with Kazue Akao on vocals. In September 1989, Show Yas al ...
Michael Jackson... often voiced that she was inspired by a number of performers. These include, Stevie Wonder, Sade, En Vogue, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Prince, Naughty by ...
Igor Stravinsky... ng Leoš Janáček's From the House of the Dead, Arnold Schönberg's Erwartung,'s Oedipus rex, and Paul Hindemith's Cardillac
Nadia Boulanger... ime during which he applied to study composition with the famous instructorwho, along with several other prospective tutors such as Maurice Ravel, re ...
Johnny CashCountry singerparodied the song in 1959 on the television show Town Hall Party, imitatin ...
Giovanni BottesiniIn the 19th century, the opera conductor, composer, and bassistwas considered the "Paganini of the double bass" of his time. His composit ...
Duff McKagan... m The Spaghetti Incident? Guitarist Slash left in 1996, followed by bassistin 1997. Axl Rose, the only original member, worked with a constantly-chan ...
Clara Schumann... zhda became a musical as well as domestic partner with her husband, much ashad been with her own husband Robert. She was beautiful, capable, strong-w ...
Gustav Mahler... a primary theme have primarily come from European Jewish composers such asand Alban Berg, written during the period of great persecution of the Jewi ...
Tina Turner... Prince, dance-pop star Michael Jackson, and a wave of female vocalists likeand Whitney Houston. Michael Jackson and Prince has been described as the ...
Ennio MorriconeOther examples are Italian composers Stefano Lentini and oscar's winner. The Lord of the Rings trilogy uses a similar technique, with recurring t ...
Lucy Diakovska... Angels are an all-female pop trio from Germany, consisting of band members, Sandy Mölling, and Jessica Wahls. Critically acclaimed, the band has won ...
John CagePrecursors to conceptual art include the work of Duchamp,'s 4' 33" which is four minutes and thirty three seconds of silence and Ra ...
Danny PeyronelIn 2011, former band members, Laurence Archer, and Clive Edwards teamed up with bassist Rocky Newton ( ...
Gato Barbieri... and become immersed in free jazz, most notably Ivo Perelman from Brazil andof Argentina (this influence is more evident in Barbieri's early work). Am ...
Jeff Lynne... nd son, Dhani, and arranged under the musical direction of Eric Clapton and. The profits from the event went to the Material World Charitable Foundat ...
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Tim Rice... ay writers from Bucks include Terry Pratchett who was born in Beaconsfield,who is from Amersham and who is from Aylesbury
Brian Eno... nfluenced noise series was held at New York’s Artists Space that led to the-produced recording No New York, documenting James Chance and the Contorti ...
Ferdinando Paer... g to Paganini's playing, Rolla immediately referred him to his own teacher,and, later, Paer's own teacher, Gasparo Ghiretti. Though Paganini did not ...
Elton John... , becoming a frequent guest on Cavett's late-night talk show. He befriendedwhen the British singer was staying in California in 1972, insisting on ca ...
Sonny Rollins... rs. Well-established jazz musicians, such as Dave Brubeck, Wynton Marsalis,, Wayne Shorter and Jessica Williams continue to perform and record. In th ...
Stefano LentiniOther examples are Italian composersand oscar's winner Ennio Morricone. The Lord of the Rings trilogy uses a s ...
Alban Berg... ave primarily come from European Jewish composers such as Gustav Mahler and, written during the period of great persecution of the Jewish people shor ...
Brian Howe... er known as The Gasman, Roger Hodgson of Supertramp was born in Portsmouth,, vocalist of Bad Company, was born in Portsmouth, Mick Jones, founder of ...
James Reese Europe... Memphis recorded a cover version of "Livery Stable Blues." In February 1918's "Hellfighters" infantry band took ragtime to Europe during World War I, ...
Anoushka Shankar... nal Sanskrit invocation, the Sarvesham chant, followed by Indian music when, daughter of Ravi Shankar, played "Your Eyes". Next, Anoushka Shankar and ...
Nick Drake... iece" several times in concert. Smith has also been compared to folk legend, due to his fingerpicking style and vocals. Darryl Cater of Allmusic call ...
Janet Jackson... Vogue, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Prince, Naughty by Nature, Johnny Mathis and. Aaliyah expressed that Michael Jackson's Thriller was her "favorite albu ...
Michael Jackson... arose in the 1980s, with the funk-influenced singer Prince, dance-pop star, and a wave of female vocalists like Tina Turner and Whitney Houston. Mic ...
Alessandro Rolla... aganini and his father then traveled to Parma to seek further guidance from. But upon listening to Paganini's playing, Rolla immediately referred him ...
Berlioz... Hauptmann, acquiring the then-conventional prejudices against the music of, Liszt and Wagner. (This would be in sharp contrast to his brother Walter ...
Jimmy Bain... k" and "Holy Diver", which gained popularity from MTV. Ronnie James Dio andplayed keyboards in the studio, but recruited keyboardist Claude Schnell f ...
Lita Ford... band The Runaways would produce 1980s solo recording artists Joan Jett and. The highest-selling album was Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon (19 ...
Sting... es, Ralf Little, Sienna Miller, Marina Diamandis, Yehudi Menuhin (and laterwho bought Menuhin's old house), Ewan Mcgregor, George Michael, Piers Morg ...
Anoushka Shankar... when Anoushka Shankar, daughter of Ravi Shankar, played "Your Eyes". Next,and Jeff Lynne performed "The Inner Light", followed by a Ravi Shankar com ...
Wynton Marsalis... group of listeners. Well-established jazz musicians, such as Dave Brubeck,, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter and Jessica Williams continue to perform an ...
Dimitri Nicolau... ur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby Larsen, Peter Mennin,, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem, William ...
La Monte Young... rhythms, and a tendency to emphasize musical texture over melody—typical of's early downtown music
Muddy Waters... appearance under the name The Rollin' Stones (after one of their favouritetunes) was at the Marquee Club, a jazz club, on 12 July 1962. They would l ...
Celine Dion... cluded Jessica Holmes, who returned for the 60 minute show as Yogi Gurt and
Elvin Bishop... nd company to find a new lead singer in Mickey Thomas (who had sung lead on's "Fooled Around and Fell in Love"). Thomas joined the group in April 197 ...
King Oliver's... reole Orchestra in Chicago, Illinois in 1917. The following year, he joinedCreole Jazz Band, then in 1920 joined Keppard in Doc Cook's band which he ...
Enya... es of Clannad's legacy can be heard in the music of many artists, including, Donna Taggart, Altan, Capercaillie, The Corrs, Loreena McKennitt, Anúna, ...
Claude Debussy... style of this A section is written in the typical French style of composersand Les Six. This A section featured duple meter, singsong rhythms, and di ...
Violeta Parra... er Latin American countries; he was particularly influenced by artists like, Atahualpa Yupanqui, and the poet Pablo Neruda. Jara began his foray into ...
Richard X... etrospectively on CD in 2002 titled The Golden Hour of the Future, mixed by. The association with Adi Newton was short; Newton left The Future and we ...
Johnny Mathis... e Wonder, Sade, En Vogue, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Prince, Naughty by Nature,and Janet Jackson. Aaliyah expressed that Michael Jackson's Thriller was h ...
Dmitri Shostakovich... iod of Nazi activity in Europe. A notable exception is the Russian composerwhose symphonies use the theme of angst in post-World War II compositions ...
Brian Stokes Mitchell... cluding singers Tony Bennett and Placido Domingo, actors Jack Nicholson and, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, actress Lauren Bacall, presidents and chancellors of B ...
Ravi Shankar... arvesham chant, followed by Indian music when Anoushka Shankar, daughter of, played "Your Eyes". Next, Anoushka Shankar and Jeff Lynne performed "The ...
Jimi Hendrix... n singles with their band, which would later include then-unknown guitarist. With Hendrix, the brothers cut the songs, "Testify" and "Move Over and L ...
Paul Simon... and seminal rock, folk, blues and jazz performers including: Janis Joplin,, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, The James Gang, Miles Davis, ...
Keith Richards... ed in skits on the MTV game show Remote Control, playing such characters asof the Rolling Stones, the "brother" of co-host Colin Quinn, and artist An ...
Leoš Janáček... tation as a champion of new music, playing a number of new works, including's From the House of the Dead, Arnold Schönberg's Erwartung, Igor Stravins ...
Yo-Yo Ma... d Placido Domingo, actors Jack Nicholson and Brian Stokes Mitchell, cellist, actress Lauren Bacall, presidents and chancellors of Boston-area college ...
Liszt... n, acquiring the then-conventional prejudices against the music of Berlioz,and Wagner. (This would be in sharp contrast to his brother Walter, who wo ...
Monteverdi... ually seen as Emilio de Cavalieri's Rappresentatione di Anima, et di Corpo.composed Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda which can be considered a ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... Dragonetti was a prominent musical figure and an acquaintance of Haydn and. His playing was known all the way from his homeland Italy to the Tsardom ...
Den Hegarty... esenting team consisted of Midlands DJ Gordon Astley, former Darts frontmanand comic impressionist Fogwell Flax. Veteran Tiswas presenter Sally James ...
Scott Joplin... . These included what is reputed to have been the first recorded version of's "Maple Leaf Rag"; no copies of these are known to exist today. In 1908, ...
Janis Joplin... iggest selling and seminal rock, folk, blues and jazz performers including:, Paul Simon, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, The James Gang, M ...
Dave Brubeck... peal to a core group of listeners. Well-established jazz musicians, such as, Wynton Marsalis, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter and Jessica Williams conti ...
John Foulds... iem may be regarded as a specific subset of this type. The World Requiem ofwas written in the aftermath of the First World War and initiated the Roya ...
Wagner... ng the then-conventional prejudices against the music of Berlioz, Liszt and. (This would be in sharp contrast to his brother Walter, who would become ...
Chaka Khan... by her five children and singer Alicia Keys. Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu andperformed musical tributes to Ross, covering several of her most popular r ...
MC Ren... s. Also included was Eazy-E's solo track "Boyz-n-the Hood." In 1988, rapperjoined the group
Jeff Lynne... r, daughter of Ravi Shankar, played "Your Eyes". Next, Anoushka Shankar andperformed "The Inner Light", followed by a Ravi Shankar composition "Arpan ...
Sara Lee... Talking Heads. He left to work with The Rolling Stones and was replaced by, who was Robert Fripp's bassist in League of Gentlemen. Lee was as good a ...
Mike Brady... Oil, Doug Parkinson, Jon English, Blackfeather, Ronnie Burns, The Ferrets,, Martin Gellatley, Hush, Tully, Madder Lake, Supernaut, Russell Morris, A ...
Herbert Howells... of a poem written by Robert Rozhdestvensky especially for the composition.'s unaccompanied Requiem uses Psalm 23 ("The Lord is my shepherd"), Psalm ...
Elliot Goldenthal... David Arnold with Nicholas Dodd; Basil Poledouris with Greig McRitchie; andwith Robert Elhai. Others have become orchestrators-for-hire, and work wit ...
Joe Jones... er the Surrealist and Fluxus art movements, specifically the Fluxus artists, Yasunao Tone, George Brecht, Robert Watts, Wolf Vostell, Yoko Ono, Walte ...
Wynton Marsalis... udience retained an interest in traditional and straight-ahead jazz styles.strove to create music within what he believed was the tradition, creating ...
Dan Hartman... cotti Bros., and the 1986 top 10 hit single "Living in America" (written by), which was featured prominently in the Rocky IV film and soundtrack. Bro ...
Einojuhani Rautavaara... ento for Double Bass and Orchestra (1973), Jean Françaix's Concerto (1975),'s Angel Of Dusk (1980), Gian Carlo Menotti's Concerto (1983), Christopher ...
Jorge Aragão... popular artists were Zeca Pagodinho, Almir Guineto, Grupo Fundo de Quintal,, and Jovelina Pérola Negra
Brahms... e basis of works by many other composers. The most notable examples include's Variations on a Theme of Paganini and Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Them ...
Schoenberg... of athematic serial composition that rejected the twelve-tone technique of(Felder 1977, 92). He characterized many of these earliest compositions (t ...
Maurice Ravel... pears to be absent from important French music. Erik Satie’s Gymnopédie and’s Pavane pour une infante défunte, composed before World War II, reflect ...
Malcolm McLaren... numerous awards and recognitions, and acquired an unexpected audience aftersampled some of its music in his 1982 hit song, "Buffalo Girls." Later the ...
Frederick II of Prussia... ught Austria by a series of battles in 1743 and 1744. The new alliance withduring the Second Silesian War finally forced the Austrian army to leave B ...
Fletcher Henderson... ecke formed The Wolverines in 1924. Also in 1924 Louis Armstrong joined thedance band as featured soloist for a year, then formed his virtuosic Hot F ...
Irving Mills... 20, 1937, for the Master Records label, owned by music publisher/impresario(who was also Duke Ellington's manager)
Vinnie Moore... Sharks was released, Schenker left the band yet again and was replaced with
Rubin Goldmark... mother, Gershwin studied piano under Charles Hambitzer and composition withand Henry Cowell. Gershwin began his career as a song plugger. Soon after, ...
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Rachmaninoff... ost notable examples include Brahms's Variations on a Theme of Paganini and's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Paul McCartney... featured "George's Band" and included the surviving members of The Beatles,and Ringo Starr, as well as musicians Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, ...
Robert Burns"Scots Wha Hae" is the title of a patriotic poem by. The chorus of Scotland's unofficial national anthem refers to Scotland's ...
Dolly Parton... one's music along with a larger portion of royalty profits. Artists such as, Aimee Mann, Prince, Public Enemy, BKBravo (Kua and Rafi), among others, ...
Duke Ellington... cords label, owned by music publisher/impresario Irving Mills (who was also's manager)
Alicia Keys... presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by her five children and singer. Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu and Chaka Khan performed musical tributes to ...
Vinnie Moore... ir seventeenth studio album You Are Here with their new permanent guitaristand Jason Bonham on drums (intermittently). UFO recorded their live set an ...
Madonna... 989, Wright became involved with actor Sean Penn following his divorce from. Their daughter Dylan Frances Penn was born on April 13, 1991. Their son ...
Arthur Smith... o have added an electric guitar to his band, in 1938. A decade later (1948)achieved top 10 US country chart success with his MGM Records recording of ...
Reg Lindsay... derable success in the early 1960s, especially in the UK Singles Charts andwas one of the first Australians to perform at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry ...
Frederick Delius... title What Man Tells Me, or alternatively What the Night tells me (of Man).based his major choral-orchestral work A Mass of Life (1904-5) on texts fr ...
Wendy James... rs. During this period, Costello wrote a full album's worth of material for, and these songs became the tracks on her 1993 solo album Now Ain't the T ...
Peter Mennin... y Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby Larsen,, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ne ...
Henry VIII... ongside population growth, inflation was a major reason for enclosure. Whenbecame King in 1509, the royal finances were in good shape thanks to the p ...
Jason Bonham... udio album You Are Here with their new permanent guitarist Vinnie Moore andon drums (intermittently). UFO recorded their live set and released a doub ...
Rod Stewart... as the Great American Songbook from the series of albums produced by rocker) has undergone something of an off-air revival, with artists such as Stew ...
Richard Clapton... xiom, Kevin Borich Express, Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band, Carson, Cheetah,, Cold Chisel, John Farnham, Healing Force, Lobby Loyde and the Coloured B ...
Jean Françaix... rti included Nino Rota's Divertimento for Double Bass and Orchestra (1973),'s Concerto (1975), Einojuhani Rautavaara's Angel Of Dusk (1980), Gian Car ...
Hans Pfitzner... nkfurt, and later at the Stern Conservatory in Berlin under James Kwast and. He followed Kwast to three institutions and credited him with the whole ...
Duke Ellington... and large forms initially pioneered by such artists as Louis Armstrong and. In the 2000s, straight-ahead jazz continues to appeal to a core group of ...
Erik SatieAngst appears to be absent from important French music.’s Gymnopédie and Maurice Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante défunte, compose ...
Henry Cowell... udied piano under Charles Hambitzer and composition with Rubin Goldmark and. Gershwin began his career as a song plugger. Soon after, he began to com ...
Johnny Dyani... er, Misha Mengelberg, Lol Coxhill, Fred Frith, Steve Beresford, Steve Lacy,, Leo Smith, Han Bennink, Eugene Chadbourne, Henry Kaiser, John Zorn, Buck ...
Akiko Yano... wn for acoustic music turned to techno production,. such as Taeko Onuki and, and idol producers began employing electronic arrangements for new singe ...
Gustav Mahler... redited him with the whole basis of his musical development. In 1905 he metwhile conducting the off-stage brass at a performance of Mahler's Symphony ...
Hans Werner Henze... title of requiem, as famously exemplified by Britten's Sinfonia da Requiem.'s Das Floß der Medusa, written in 1968 as a requiem for Che Guevara, is p ...
Marvin Tarplin... s and Wilson performed equal leads on songs. Within a few months, guitaristwas added to The Primettes' lineup – a move that helped distinguish the gr ...
César Franck... in F. Some did not think it belonged in a program with classical composers, Richard Wagner, or Guillaume Lekeu on its premiere. Gershwin responded t ...
Alfonso X... ge between Edward, his 14 year old son, and Eleanor of Castile, daughter of. Alfonso renounced all claims to Gascony and assisted the Plantagenets ag ...
Rob Zombie... almost $20,000 to build. Barris also built the DRAG-U-LA (which inspired asong by the same name), a dragster built from a coffin, which Grandpa used ...
Billy Joel... ersion of the song at Presley's grave. In the 1992 film Honeymoon in Vegas,made a version of "Heartbreak Hotel" and "All Shook Up", while the same ye ...
CooRie... anniversary. Lantis also had several of its artists including JAM Project,, Minami Kuribayashi, and Faylan record covers of various theme songs, pro ...
Sidney Bechet... of the second generation of jazz clarinetists, along with Johnny Dodds and. Noone's playing is not as blues-tinged as Dodds nor as flamboyant as Bec ...
Eberhard Weber... up, Jan Garbarek, Ralph Towner, Kenny Wheeler, John Taylor, John Surman and, establishing a new chamber music aesthetic, featuring mainly acoustic in ...
Bertram Turetzky... ted soloists to use in concert. Another important performer in this period,, commissioned and premiered more than 300 double bass works
Ira Gershwin... er. Soon after, he began to compose Broadway theatre works with his brotherand Buddy DeSylva. He moved to Paris in an attempt to study with Nadia Bou ...
Tchaikovsky... imm, continue to be printed and have been adapted to opera, ballet (such as's The Sleeping Beauty), theatre, and film (Disney). Perrault was an influ ...
Leonard Cohen... ayed the huge Isle of Wight Festival alongside Jimi Hendrix, Joan Baez, and
Artie Shaw... " flavoring. Noone was an important influence on later clarinetists such as, Irving Fazola and Benny Goodman
Cesare Pugni... lova preferred the melodious "musique dansante" of the old maestros such asand Ludwig Minkus, and cared little for anything else which strayed from t ...
Tchaikovsky... n, Isaac Stern, and Yuri Temirkanov at the 150th anniversary celebration ofin Leningrad in December 1990. He has also performed (and recorded) with g ...
Basil Poledouris... Friedhofer; Danny Elfman with Steve Bartek; David Arnold with Nicholas Dodd;with Greig McRitchie; and Elliot Goldenthal with Robert Elhai. Others hav ...
John Zorn... acy, Johnny Dyani, Leo Smith, Han Bennink, Eugene Chadbourne, Henry Kaiser,, Buckethead and many others. Company Week, an annual week long free impro ...
George Antheil... 'Inhumaine (The Inhuman One). In 1924, in collaboration with Dudley Murphy,, and Man Ray, Léger produced and directed the iconic and Futurism-influen ...
Stevie Wonder... h a Lifetime Achievement Award by her five children and singer Alicia Keys., Erykah Badu and Chaka Khan performed musical tributes to Ross, covering ...
Nino RotaIn the 1970s and 1980s, new concerti included's Divertimento for Double Bass and Orchestra (1973), Jean Françaix's Conc ...
Hasse... ced annually a series of oratorios for the court which were set by Caldara,and others. Metastasio's best known oratorio libretto La passione di Gesù ...
Jimi Hendrix... London. In August, McTell played the huge Isle of Wight Festival alongside, Joan Baez, and Leonard Cohen
Buddy DeSylva... e began to compose Broadway theatre works with his brother Ira Gershwin and. He moved to Paris in an attempt to study with Nadia Boulanger, where he ...
Stephen Perkins... imus called Infectious Grooves. Also recruiting ex-Jane's Addiction drummerand Excel guitarist Adam Siegel, Infectious Grooves released their debut, ...
Richard StraussZweig enjoyed a close association with, and provided the libretto for Die schweigsame Frau (The Silent Woman). S ...
Henry VIII... ce. Be that as it may, there has been an inn on the site since the reign of, and it is certainly one of the most famous public houses in London. It i ...
Puccini's... he sang the role of "Un carceriere" ("a jailer") on a 1981 EMI recording ofTosca which featured Renata Scotto, Plácido Domingo, and Renato Bruson, wi ...
Carl Orff... s roundelay which Delius had composed earlier, in 1898, as a separate work.also composed a three-movement setting of part of Nietzsche's text as a te ...
Ludwig Minkus... e melodious "musique dansante" of the old maestros such as Cesare Pugni and, and cared little for anything else which strayed from the salon-style ba ...
Tina TurnerAccording to a 1990s interview with singer's mother, Zelma Bullock, the singer was born Anna Mae Bullock in a sharec ...
Roy Wood... on Legs, including comedian Malcolm Hardee. The theme tune was recorded byand was released as a singl
Nikolai Zaremba... Gerke (one of whose private students was Mussorgsky) and music theory with, who also taught Tchaikovsky. Nadezhda proved a fine and most demanding c ...
Jeff Lynne... Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as musicians Eric Clapton,, Tom Petty, Billy Preston, Jools Holland, Albert Lee, Sam Brown, Gary Bro ...
Sebastian Bach... y was unable to get a work visa to enter the United States, Rob De Luca (of's band) filling in
Joan Baez... gust, McTell played the huge Isle of Wight Festival alongside Jimi Hendrix,, and Leonard Cohen
Rob De Luca... 08 tour, Pete Way was unable to get a work visa to enter the United States,(of Sebastian Bach's band) filling in
Gil Scott-Heron... lso a predecessor for beat poetry, as well as the rapping in hip hop music., a jazz poet/musician who wrote and released such seminal songs as "The R ...
Sappho... ophical treatises all arose in this period.The two major lyrical poets wereand Pindar
Jelly Roll Morton... r, then formed his virtuosic Hot Five band, also popularizing scat singing.recorded with the New Orleans Rhythm Kings in an early mixed-race collabor ...
John Williams(born 1932) is an American music composer specializing in film scores
Irving Berlin... ers written by Groucho, who donated his letters to the Library of Congress.quipped, "The world would not be in such a snarl, had Marx been Groucho in ...
Dmitry Kabalevsky... Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness,, Libby Larsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Danie ...
Van Morrison... , Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, Ronnie Wood and. However, Scorsese's commitments to other projects delayed the release of ...
Guillaume Lekeu... nged in a program with classical composers César Franck, Richard Wagner, oron its premiere. Gershwin responded to the critics, "It's not a Beethoven ...
Karen Black... nt Offerings (1976) and The Disappearance of Aimee (1976), but clashed withand Faye Dunaway, the stars of the two respective productions, because she ...
Bob Dylan... nuclear disarmament and antiwar protester subculture. Folk rock songs like's 1963 Masters of War and A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall articulated the drea ...
Anatoly Lyadov... ian composer Mikhail Glinka (1804–1857) in collaboration with Balakirev and. Glinka's sister, Lyudmila Ivanovna Shestavoka, wanted to preserve her br ...
Jimi Hendrix... acked. It was an act that was imitated by other bands and artists including(who had just signed with the same label) in his break-out performance at ...
Keith Richards... o influenced many rock guitarists such as The Rolling Stones' Brian Jones (writes in his book that at the time he met Brian Jones, Brian called himse ...
Hans Werner Henze... s-Erik Larsson's Concertino (1957), Gunther Schuller's Concerto (1962), and's Concerto (1966)
Paul McCartney... ica, the Top 20 hit "Veronica", one of several songs Costello co-wrote within that period (see Collaborations)
Igor Stravinsky... e's The Firebird, but refused the part, as she could not come to terms with's avant-garde score, and the role was given to Tamara Karsavina. All her ...
Pete Townshend... ets culminated in what they later described as "auto-destructive art", with(and Moon delightedly following suit) destroying their equipment in elabor ...
Thelonious Monk... mstrong, Oscar Peterson, Dinah Washington, George Shearing, Cal Tjader, and. She appeared in the documentary Jazz on a Summer's Day, filmed at the 19 ...
Ray Price... nderson, and Charlie Rich, as well as such former "hard country" artists asand Marty Robbins
David Arnold... dward Powell, Ken Darby and Hugo Friedhofer; Danny Elfman with Steve Bartek;with Nicholas Dodd; Basil Poledouris with Greig McRitchie; and Elliot Gol ...
Richard Wagner... d not think it belonged in a program with classical composers César Franck,, or Guillaume Lekeu on its premiere. Gershwin responded to the critics, " ...
Richard Wagner... udes Der Ring des Nibelungen. It is a manga version of the opera written by
Ray Price... t by the end of the decade, backlash as well as traditional artists such as, Marty Robbins, and Johnny Horton began to shift the industry away from t ...
Bill Frisell... g." Johnson includes John Zorn, Henry Kaiser, Eugene Chadbourne, Tim Berne,, Steve Lacy, Cecil Taylor, Ornette Coleman, and Ray Anderson in this genr ...
Frank Martin... 950. He was admitted at the end of that year to the class of Swiss composer, who had just begun a seven-year tenure in Cologne (Kurtz 1992, 28). At t ...
Sting... na Simone, Maureen McGovern, John Fahey, The Residents, Kate Bush, Sublime,, and Liquid Tension Experiment
Wagner... n Siegfried's family; his mother named him Siegfried because of her love of's operas. His middle name, Loraine, was the surname of a clergyman with w ...
Herb Alpert... eprise Records, which has been owned by Warner Music for some time now, and's A&M Records, now owned by Universal Music Group). Similarly, Madonna's ...
Buckethead... Dyani, Leo Smith, Han Bennink, Eugene Chadbourne, Henry Kaiser, John Zorn,and many others. Company Week, an annual week long free improvisational fe ...
Gary Numan... this time, The Human League's role as UK electronic pioneers was usurped bywhen his single "Are 'Friends' Electric?" became a huge hit in the UK in m ...
Henry VIII... the Succession", barred both Elizabeth and Mary, the remaining children of, from the throne, in favour of Lady Jane Grey.) Cecil resisted for a whil ...
Gunther Schuller... 42), Eduard Tubin's Concerto (1948), Lars-Erik Larsson's Concertino (1957),'s Concerto (1962), and Hans Werner Henze's Concerto (1966)
Man-Ching Donald Yu... sequent White Terror. Another recent requiem composed by Hong Kong composer, in remembrance of the victims of the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake
Richard StraussThe book inspiredto compose the tone poem Also sprach Zarathustra, which he designated "fre ...
Bill Haley... n terms of its wide cultural impact across society in the US and elsewhere,'s "Rock Around the Clock", recorded in April 1954 but not a commercial su ...
Dmitry Kabalevsky... 6 and dedicated to "the memory of all young Artists fallen in the war", and's War Requiem, a setting of a poem written by Robert Rozhdestvensky espec ...
Bix Beiderbecke... irst recording by Bessie Smith, the most famous of the 1920s blues singers.formed The Wolverines in 1924. Also in 1924 Louis Armstrong joined the Fle ...
Adam Sandler... da. The guests for these episodes were all Canadians (with the exception of), and included such stars as Jim Carrey and Mike Myers. As the show was t ...
Vivian Campbell... Guitarists have included Craig Goldy (most recent guitarist), Doug Aldrich,, Tracy G, Jake E. Lee and Rowan Robertson
Lars-Erik Larsson... cluding Nikos Skalkottas's Concerto (1942), Eduard Tubin's Concerto (1948),'s Concertino (1957), Gunther Schuller's Concerto (1962), and Hans Werner ...
Jan Garbarek... 70s with artists including Keith Jarrett, Paul Bley, the Pat Metheny Group,, Ralph Towner, Kenny Wheeler, John Taylor, John Surman and Eberhard Weber ...
Gustav MahlerZarathustra's roundelay is set as part of's Third Symphony (1895-6), originally under the title What Man Tells Me, ...
Alan Hovhaness... Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger,, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby Larsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzyszto ...
Nathaniel Shilkret... er the years. The very first recording was made for RCA Victor in 1929 withconducting the Victor Symphony Orchestra, drawn from members of the Philad ...
Anton Webern... an attraction to wide intervals—owe much to Bailey's early fascination with, an influence most audible on Bailey's earliest available recordings, Pie ...
Frederick Delius... itten for public performance without specific religious observance, such as's Requiem, completed in 1916 and dedicated to "the memory of all young Ar ...
Miles DavisIn the first half of the 1970s many jazz musicians from theschool achieve cross-over success through jazz-rock fusion with bands like ...
Anton Rubinstein... ownward path". Worse still to Rimsky-Korsakov was the faint praise given by, a composer opposed to the nationalists' music and philosophy. Rimsky-Kor ...
Seasick SteveAmerican blues musician, who is achieving fame in the United Kingdom, currently resides in Notodd ...
Niccolò PaganiniMusicians and composers, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Robert Johnson are thought to have had the dise ...
John MellencampShe recorded a reading of singer's song "The Real Life" for his box set On the Rural Route 7609. In 2011 s ...
Michael JacksonIn 1984, American musician's album Thriller became the first album by a Western artist to sell over ...
Slim Dusty... and went on to national stardom as a singing cowboy of radio, TV and film.(1927–2003) was known as the King of Australian Country Music, and helped ...
John Cage... noise attacks. (The sounds he produced have been compared to those made by's prepared piano.) Typically, he played a conventional instrument, in sta ...
Steve Bartek... Newman with Edward Powell, Ken Darby and Hugo Friedhofer; Danny Elfman with; David Arnold with Nicholas Dodd; Basil Poledouris with Greig McRitchie; ...
Eduard Tubin... written for the double bass, including Nikos Skalkottas's Concerto (1942),'s Concerto (1948), Lars-Erik Larsson's Concertino (1957), Gunther Schulle ...
Aynsley Dunbar... enker rejoined UFO again and the band released the double CD Covenant (withon drums), which contained a disc of new material and a disc of live class ...
Sergei RachmaninoffMusicians and composers Niccolò Paganini,, and Robert Johnson are thought to have had the disease. Bradford Cox of ...
Virgil Thomson... critics would argue, is used to make the exploration of oil look beautiful.composed the music for the film
Ronnie Wood... ond, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield,and Van Morrison. However, Scorsese's commitments to other projects delaye ...
Henry VIII of England... d was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The abbey was dissolved by Kingin 1536 and sold to Sir Rice Mansel. At this time, only 12 monks were livi ...
Johnny Cash... e film The Contender, in which he co-starred, Bridges recorded a version of's standard "Ring of Fire" with Kim Carnes that played over the pivotal op ...
Rubin Goldmark... piano the music that he had heard. He later studied with classical composerand avant-garde composer-theorist Henry Cowell
Arthur Honegger... d Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris,, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby Larsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri N ...
MC Ren... ineup consisted of Arabian Prince, DJ Yella, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and; Arabian Prince embarked on a solo career in 1989 and Ice Cube left in De ...
Beethoven... terest in Harold, Paganini often referred to Berlioz as the resurrection ofand, towards the end of his life, he gave large sums to the composer
Jimi Hendrix... Merle Haggard, Tom Jones, Dax Riggs, Roger McGuinn, Suzi Quatro, Van Halen,, Neil Diamond, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Guns N' Roses
Gary Kemp... al members Rusty Egan and Midge Ure, as well as Mick Jones of The Clash andfrom Spandau Ballet. New died of cancer on 24 May 2010
Bill Bottrell... ennis Lambert, and Peter Wolf and was engineered by Grammy-winning producerand arranged by Bottrell and Jasun Martz; the second was "Sara". The album ...
Ryuichi Sakamoto... late 70s and 80s., beginning with Yellow Magic Orchestra and solo albums ofand Haruomi Hosono in 1978 before hitting popularity in 79/80. Influenced ...
EminemThe Eminem Show is the fourth studio album by American rapper, released in 2002. It was the best-selling album of 2002 in the United St ...
Christian Urhan... he never performed it, and instead it was premiered a year later by violist. Despite his alleged lack of interest in Harold, Paganini often referred ...
Merzbow... to under the portmanteau Japanoise, with perhaps the most well known being(pseudonym for the Japanese noise artist Masami Akita who himself was insp ...
Mieczysław Weinberg... a rhythmically challenging Double Bass Sonata in 1949. In the Soviet Union,wrote his Sonata No. 1 for double bass solo in 1971. Giacinto Scelsi wrote ...
Jonathan Larson... 's Volleyball (1984) who died suddenly at a match from an aortic dissection;, the author and composer of Rent, who died from an aortic dissection the ...
Jelly Roll Morton... anera figure was a rhythmic staple of jazz at the turn of the 20th century.and W.C. Handy for example, had habaneras such as "La paloma" in their rep ...
Paul Dukas... strength of utterance." However, after the 1903 Paris opening, the composerthought the work lacked cohesion and style, while Gabriel Fauré was offend ...
Paul Shaffer... tone ranked them #76 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time., who did the write-up, wrote that the girl-group sound, originated by the ...
Rod Stewart... sic charts with two duets in 2005. "I've Got a Crush on You", recorded withfor his album The Great American Songbook, reached number 19 on the Billbo ...
Henry Cowell... ed with classical composer Rubin Goldmark and avant-garde composer-theorist
Giovanni Francesco Anerio... sis and there were conversational exchanges between characters in the work.'s Teatro harmonico spirituale (1619) is a set of 14 dialogues, the longes ...
Bob Dylan... lapton, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell,, Paul Butterfield, Ronnie Wood and Van Morrison. However, Scorsese's comm ...
Mike Figgis... other gangster film, the 1988 film noir thriller Stormy Monday, directed byand starring Tommy Lee Jones, Melanie Griffith, Sting and Sean Bean
Masahiro Andoh... pianist Kim Pensyl, Japanese jazz-fusion guitarist and T-square bandleader(on songs such as "Faces" and subsequential revisions, like "The Face") an ...
Bob Dylan... les singing and playing acoustic guitar of the film's theme song written by, "Man in Me
Amy Grant... s, Christian music rose from 9% in 1976 to 23% in 1985. By her 1982 releasehad saturated the Christian marketplace and made significant inroads into ...
Jimi Hendrix... ve Clark Five, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The Doors, The Who, Janis Joplin,, Moby Grape, and San Jose bands Syndicate of Sound, and Count Five
Julian BarrattRecent and current inhabitants of Highgate include Tariq Ali,, Stanley Baxter, Andy Bell, Arthur Boyd, Sarah Blackwood, Sir Jacob Brono ...
Celine Dion... hat. At a presentation in the Toronto Pearson International Airport hangar,helped the newly-solvent airline debut its new image
Martin Page... wo No.1 hits. The first was "We Built This City", written by Bernie Taupin,, Dennis Lambert, and Peter Wolf and was engineered by Grammy-winning prod ...
Sammy Cahn... United States to star in a Broadway production of the James Van Heusen andmusical comedy Walking Happy. His performance was nominated for a Tony Awa ...
Johnny Cash... hn Butler Trio. Nick Cave has been heavily influenced by the country artist. In 2000, Cash, covered Cave's "The Mercy Seat" on the album American III ...
Martinho da VilaAt the turn of the 1960s to the 1970s, the youngwould give a new face to the traditional sambas-enredo established by auth ...
Whitney Houston... re films, including Honey (recast to Jessica Alba). Some Kind of Blue and a-produced remake of the 1976 film Sparkle were canceled due to Aaliyah's d ...
Maria Malibran... same time, Bellini composed an alternative version intended for the famous, who was to sing it in Naples; in fact, this version was not performed on ...
Paul Hindemith... d a Praeludium and Scherzo for double bass and piano, Op. 32 No.1 and No.2.wrote a rhythmically challenging Double Bass Sonata in 1949. In the Soviet ...
Neil Diamond... Tom Jones, Dax Riggs, Roger McGuinn, Suzi Quatro, Van Halen, Jimi Hendrix,, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Guns N' Roses
Thomas Pasatieri... lude Pete Anthony, Jeff Atmajian, Brad Dechter, Bruce Fowler, John Neufeld,, Conrad Pope, Nic Raine and J.A.C. Redford
John Zorn... collaborators from highly varied fields: players as diverse as Pat Metheny,, Lee Konitz, David Sylvian, Cyro Baptista, Cecil Taylor, Keiji Haino, tap ...
Janis Joplin... nimals, The Dave Clark Five, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The Doors, The Who,, Jimi Hendrix, Moby Grape, and San Jose bands Syndicate of Sound, and Cou ...
Paul McCartney... e Abbey Road album, the cover of which features the band crossing the road.has owned a property in the area since the 1960s along with many other fam ...
Steve Reich... y wide range of dynamics. In some respects, this is similar to the music of, Philip Glass, and Brian Eno, pioneers of minimalism. Typically, post-roc ...
Louis Jordan... rt, and King Houdini. His 1939 composition "He Had It Coming" was a hit forand Ella Fitzgerald under the new title "Stone Cold Dead in the Market." T ...
Cole PorterThe Kinsey report was mentioned in's contemporaneous song, "Too Darn Hot", for his musical Kiss Me Kate (194 ...
Roy Harris... hávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss,, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby Larsen, Peter ...
Ozzy... he was "...thoroughly thrilled with Chris... it reminds me a lot like whenfound Randy Rhoads"
Marilyn Manson... des world-famous stars, such as Ozzy Osbourne, Fergie, The Black Eyed Peas,and Placebo
Nick Cave... music of successful contemporary bands The Waifs and The John Butler Trio.has been heavily influenced by the country artist Johnny Cash. In 2000, Ca ...
Michael W. Smith... place and made significant inroads into the general market. Sandi Patti andalso gained influence within Christian music, each playing significant rol ...
Billy Sheehan... ie Clarke and then his own band, Waysted. He was replaced by Talas bassist,. UFO released Making Contact in 1983, but the album was a critical and co ...
Reinhold Glière... dré Previn's Double Concerto for violin, double bass, and orchestra (2007).wrote an Intermezzo and Tarantella for double bass and piano, Op. 9, No. 1 ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... hesizer and spent time working at the studio of influential German composerin Cologne
Brian Eno... me respects, this is similar to the music of Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and, pioneers of minimalism. Typically, post-rock pieces are lengthy and inst ...
Hoyt Curtin... k star, provided the song "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah (Means I Love You)" written by, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, sung by Howard Morris. The episode was ...
Leon Russell... referring to will-o'-the-wisps, such as Magnolia electric Co., Verdunkeln,and Yes. The will-o'-the-wisp is also referred to during the song "Maria" ...
Muddy Waters... gle concert, including Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Ringo Starr,, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, Ronnie Wood and Van Morrison ...
Selena Gomez... h as Raven-Symoné, Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato,and Bridgit Mendler. Disney also has used the acquisition of ABC Family to ...
Irving Caesar... 9 he scored his first big national hit with his song "Swanee" with words by. Al Jolson, a famous broadway singer of the day, heard George perform "Sw ...
Dave Brubeck... c conservatory and for being the home of the Brubeck Institute, named after, a Pacific alumnus and jazz piano legend. The institute maintains an arch ...
Sting... rth Day's 40th anniversary. The final day's events featured performances by, Mavis Staples, The Roots, John Legend, Jimmy Cliff and others. A day-lon ...
Sonny Rollins... and authority. Moon's favourite musicians were jazz artists Gene Krupa and
Pat Metheny... to work with collaborators from highly varied fields: players as diverse as, John Zorn, Lee Konitz, David Sylvian, Cyro Baptista, Cecil Taylor, Keiji ...
Jasun Martz... eered by Grammy-winning producer Bill Bottrell and arranged by Bottrell and; the second was "Sara". The album itself reached No. 7, went platinum, an ...
Philip Glass... of dynamics. In some respects, this is similar to the music of Steve Reich,, and Brian Eno, pioneers of minimalism. Typically, post-rock pieces are l ...
Keith Richards... history of rock & roll". His distinctive voice and performance, along with' guitar style, have been the trademark of The Rolling Stones throughout t ...
Bill Frisell... s involvement in the festival yielded a one-off live EP with jazz guitarist, which featured both cover material and a few of his own songs
Joe Hill... s and reinvigorated their cause with impromptu singing performances, e.g. "", and he was given arts and artifacts from Aborigine culture to signify t ...
Keith Jarrett... . The ECM record label began in Germany in the 1970s with artists including, Paul Bley, the Pat Metheny Group, Jan Garbarek, Ralph Towner, Kenny Whee ...
Danny Thompson... in the charts. It was promoted by lengthy tours of Britain and Europe withand Mike Piggott as backing musicians. Despite the civil unrest and violen ...
Brian Eno... guage barrier. Their synthesiser-heavy "Kraut rock", along with the work of(for a time the keyboard player with Roxy Music), would be a major influen ...
Philip Adrian Wright... d static and uninspiring. A friend of Oakey's who had been in the audience,, who also had an art and photography background was invited to become the ...
Mily BalakirevRimsky-Korsakov believed, as did fellow composerand critic Vladimir Stasov, in developing a nationalistic style of classic ...
Marianne Faithfull... s sang a medley of songs after being presented the awards by Merry Clayton,, and Darlene Love. In 2002, they were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall ...
André Previn... i Aho's Concerto (2005), John Harbison's Concerto for Bass Viol (2006), and's Double Concerto for violin, double bass, and orchestra (2007)
Nadia Boulanger... a Gershwin and Buddy DeSylva. He moved to Paris in an attempt to study with, where he began to compose An American in Paris. After returning to New Y ...
Bruce Fowler... film music orchestrators include Pete Anthony, Jeff Atmajian, Brad Dechter,, John Neufeld, Thomas Pasatieri, Conrad Pope, Nic Raine and J.A.C. Redfor ...
Eugene Levy... production of Godspell, starring Victor Garber, Gilda Radner, Martin Short,, Dave Thomas and Andrea Martin. He went on to play piano for a Broadway s ...
Roy Wood... nsisted comedy sketches, with some live music acts - usually Thin Lizzy and. Saturday Stayback received much less controversy than O.T.T., and also i ...
Van MorrisonPeople! performed about 200 concerts a year, appearing withand Them, The Animals, The Dave Clark Five, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The ...
Tom Lehrer... rom the 1965 song "So Long, Mom (A Song for World War III)" by the satirist
Jesse Stone... ith electric slide guitar. It was even transformed into a doo-wop chorus on's "Down in the Alley", recorded by The Clovers and Elvis Presley. Stone t ...
John Cale... e first professional line-up of The Velvet Underground, including Lou Reed,, Sterling Morrison and Maureen "Moe" Tucker. For this record Nico was inc ...
Lukas Foss... an, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio,, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby La ...
Kasey Chambers... ike James Blundell and James Reyne singing "Way Out West", and country starwinning the ARIA for Best Female Artist in 2003. The cross-over influence ...
Neil Diamond... t guest performers at a single concert, including Eric Clapton, Neil Young,, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, R ...
John Harbison... ade of the 21st century, new concerti include Kalevi Aho's Concerto (2005),'s Concerto for Bass Viol (2006), and André Previn's Double Concerto for v ...
Thomas Newman... ilm's] encouragement that viewers look closer". Toward the end of the film,'s score features more prominently, creating "a disturbing tempo" that mat ...
Vangelis... , saw the rise of electronic art music musicians such as Jean Michel Jarre,, and Tomita, who with Brian Eno were a significant influence of the devel ...
Charles DeenenThe games' music was composed by Glenn Stafford and
Zeca Pagodinho... e by including heavy gíria (a type of slang). The most popular artists were, Almir Guineto, Grupo Fundo de Quintal, Jorge Aragão, and Jovelina Pérola ...
Alexander Glazunov... who had already taken a keen interest in the musical future of the teenage, rented a hall and hired an orchestra in 1884 to play Glazunov's First Sy ...
Trent Reznor... 's first major boost in popularity outside Germany came when music directorchose two Rammstein songs, "Heirate mich" and "Rammstein", for David Lynch ...
George Martin... No Place To Run in January, 1980. Produced by the former Beatles producer,No Place To Run failed to match up to the success of its predecessors, tho ...
Vincenzo BelliniI puritani (The Puritans) is an opera in three acts by. It was his last opera. Its libretto is by Count Carlo Pepoli, based on T ...
Gil Scott-Heron... lectic blend of poetry, jazz-funk and soul was practiced by such artists asand The Last Poets, and featured critical political and social commentary ...
Benjamin Britten... eph Kerman described Tosca as a "shabby little shocker", while the composerdeclared that he was "sickened by the cheapness and emptiness" of Puccini' ...
Glenn StaffordThe games' music was composed byand Charles Deenen
Billy Preston... and Ringo Starr, as well as musicians Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty,, Jools Holland, Albert Lee, Sam Brown, Gary Brooker, Joe Brown, Ray Coope ...
Alice Coltrane... egan improvising jazz tunes on unusual instruments, such as the jazz harp (), electrically amplified and wah-wah pedaled jazz violin (Jean-Luc Ponty) ...
Kalevi Aho... Nets (1988). In the first decade of the 21st century, new concerti include's Concerto (2005), John Harbison's Concerto for Bass Viol (2006), and And ...
Jeff Atmajian... reers; examples of prominent film music orchestrators include Pete Anthony,, Brad Dechter, Bruce Fowler, John Neufeld, Thomas Pasatieri, Conrad Pope, ...
Piero StrozziComposers and musicians who have lived in Florence include(1550 – after 1608), Giulio Caccini (1551–1618) and Mike Francis (1961–200 ...
Schoenberg... an. This was a break from the intellectual serial music of the tradition ofwhich lasted from the early 1900s to 1960s
Pierre Schaeffer... e Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) in 1969, then under the direction of("father" of musique concrète), proved hugely influential. Jarre was intro ...
James Reyne... d cross-over success in the pop charts with artists like James Blundell andsinging "Way Out West", and country star Kasey Chambers winning the ARIA f ...
John Sebastian... s death in 1997 returned to Brownsville to perform Jug Band recordings withand the J-Band
Jonathan Kramer... ink likens to "vertical time", described by the composer and music theoristas music that imparts "a single present stretched out into an enormous dur ...
Ray Price... estern and honky tonk musical styles of the late 1950s and 1960s, including(whose band, the "Cherokee Cowboys", included Willie Nelson and Roger Mill ...
Britney Spears... sman for such products as Viagra, Visa, Dunkin' Donuts and Pepsi-Cola (with), and as an occasional political commentator on the popular American inte ...
Wynton MarsalisComparing the music of New Orleans with the music of Cuba,observes that tresillo is the New Orleans "clave," a Spanish word meaning ...
Gabriel Fauré... , the composer Paul Dukas thought the work lacked cohesion and style, whilewas offended by "disconcerting vulgarities". More recently the musicologis ...
Pól... , Enya worked with Clannad, the band composed of her siblings Máire (Moya),, and Ciarán and twin uncles Noel and Pádraig Duggan. Enya played the keyb ...
James BrownOne of the main influences on Hip Hop artists was. James Brown is credited for inventing funk music in the middle '60s. The ...
Michael JacksonPopular singer and song writerpaid a visit to Cleveland Elementary School to see the children and famili ...
Liliuokalani... irst order of business for the Provisional Government after the deposing ofwas to form an interim government while Lorrin A. Thurston was in Washingt ...
Muddy Waters... by George Adins, and no other detailed descriptions or any live recordings.took the Belgian blues fan (George Adins) to see James play in Chicago in ...
Henry Brant... n Carlo Menotti's Concerto (1983), Christopher Rouse's Concerto (1985), and's Ghost Nets (1988). In the first decade of the 21st century, new concert ...
Norman Dello Joio... lburger, Erik Bergman, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies,, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevs ...
Jean-Luc Ponty... (Alice Coltrane), electrically amplified and wah-wah pedaled jazz violin (), and even bagpipes (Rufus Harley). Jazz continued to expand and change, ...
Henry Jolles... ne other work by Zweig received a musical setting: the pianist and composer, who like Zweig had fled to Brazil to escape the Nazis, composed a song, ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber... The Normal Heart, a project she has worked on since the mid-1990s In 2009,stated that Streisand was one of several actresses (alongside Meryl Streep ...
Ozzy Osbourne... or the revitalized Quart Festival 2009 includes world-famous stars, such as, Fergie, The Black Eyed Peas, Marilyn Manson and Placebo
Ian McLagan... 1973. She took Mandy with her to live in the house of Faces keyboard player, with whom she was having an affair, and divorced Moon in 1975. (Kerrigan ...
Gian Carlo Menotti... n Françaix's Concerto (1975), Einojuhani Rautavaara's Angel Of Dusk (1980),'s Concerto (1983), Christopher Rouse's Concerto (1985), and Henry Brant's ...
Tina Turner... ity concert, he performed at Philadelphia's JFK Stadium; he did a duet withof "It's Only Rock and Roll", and the performance was highlighted by Jagge ...
Girolamo Frescobaldi... mbined in a single composition, as in the Cento partite sopra passacagli by, and the first suite of Les Nations (1726) as well as in the Pièces de Vi ...
Johnny Green... lt around the An American in Paris symphonic poem (arranged for the film by), costing $500,000
Andrew Imbrie... er Appleton, December 20, 1961). Simultaneously he studied composition withat the University of California, Berkeley, collaborated with writer Willar ...
Charlie Chaplin... were the only ones by Western actors permitted by Enver Hoxha to be shown.once referred to Wisdom as his "favourite clown"
Julian Cochran... e, clarinet, soprano saxophone, violin, cello and piano, the piano works of, Ross Edwards' "Laikan" for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin an ...
Richard Wagner... ion and orchestration were further enriched by his exposure to the works of
Carlos Chávez... 995 Revelation. Cantatas were also composed by Mark Alburger, Erik Bergman,, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... of the 20th century, however, composers like Henry Cowell, Morton Feldman,and George Crumb, re-introduced improvisation to classical music, with com ...
Marco Rizo... ops in Birmingham Hospital with John Macchia and hired his childhood friendto play piano and arrange for the orchestra. When he became successful in ...
Bill OddieGarden, along with Tim Brooke-Taylor and, became a co-writer and performer in the comedy series The Goodies (1970– ...
Artie Shaw... Ellington, Benny Goodman, Fletcher Henderson, Earl Hines, Glenn Miller and
Paulinho da Viola... artists who emerged—like Chico Buarque, Billy Blanco, Martinho da Vila, and—advocated the return of the samba beat in its traditional form. They also ...
Ennio MorriconeSome composers, notably, orchestrate their own scores themselves, without using an additional orc ...
Paddy Casey... , Horslips, Jedward, The Boomtown Rats, Boyzone, Ronan Keating, Thin Lizzy,, Sinéad O'Connor, The Script and My Bloody Valentine. The two best known ...
George Crumb... ver, composers like Henry Cowell, Morton Feldman, Karlheinz Stockhausen and, re-introduced improvisation to classical music, with compositions that a ...
Dave Holland... axophonist Evan Parker, trumpet player Kenny Wheeler and double bass player. These players often collaborated under the umbrella name of the Spontane ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... rasmus, Paracelsus, Daniel Bernoulli, Leonhard Euler, Jacob Burckhardt, andworked here. More recently, its work in tropical medicine has gained promi ...
Dillie Keane... kson, musician and singer–songwriter, Paul Jones, vocalist of Manfred Mann,, songwriter, entertainer, founder of Fascinating Aida, was born in Portsm ...
Mikhail Glinka... a master of Western methods, incorporating them alongside the influences ofand fellow members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestr ...
Kurt WeillBremner has translated three operas into English: Der Silbersee by, Carmen by Georges Bizet and Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenba ...
Brian Eno... -label Fontana Records after being courted by both Creation Records and the-run label Opal Records. The band's debut album, 1991/92's Ferment, made a ...
Lindley Evans... ABC station in 1944 before being broadcast nationally. Pianist and academicbroadcast a series of programs called "Adventures in Music" on the ABC, bu ...
Jennette McCurdy... ars for its television shows, including Miranda Cosgrove, Victoria Justice,and the group Big Time Rush, all of whom have not only starred in TV shows ...
Elton John... he MCA label. The first MCA Records release in the US was former Uni artist's Crocodile Rock in 1972. In 1973, the final Decca pop label release was ...
Bob Marley... ar in the U.S. and in Europe, mostly because of reggae superstar and legend. The late '70s also saw the beginning of hip-hop music with the songs "Ra ...
Benjamin Cooke... ector of the Academy until his death in 1752, whereupon he was succeeded by. He died in London
Robyn Hitchcock... Futureheads, Belle & Sebastian, Damon Albarn, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser Chiefs,, Super Furry Animals, and Colin Blunstone for the spread
Dizzy Gillespie... released the song "And the Melody Still Lingers On (Night in Tunisia)" withreviving the solo break from "Night in Tunisia"
Lefty Frizzell... ith Ray Price, Jackson is considered a cornerstone, after Hank Williams and, of the hard-driving honky tonk sound in the late 1950s and early 1960s
Michael... art. Her second single, "Night Time Lover", was produced by younger brother, who provided backing vocals. In turn, she provided the opening scream on ...
Chico Buarque... ldwide success. But over the 1960s and 1970s, many artists who emerged—like, Billy Blanco, Martinho da Vila, and Paulinho da Viola—advocated the retu ...
Frederick II of Prussia... ich Count Lestocq, Peter's aunt (the ruling Russian Empress Elizabeth), andtook part. Lestocq and Frederick wanted to strengthen the friendship betwe ...
Janis Joplin... n Ginsberg, The Grateful Dead, and Big Brother and the Holding Company with, donating proceeds to the temple. In mid-June 1967, Moby Grape appeared a ...
Stephan JenkinsFrom 1997 to 2001, she dated Third Eye Blind frontman. Theron then began a relationship with Irish actor Stuart Townsend, with ...
François Couperin... st suite of Les Nations (1726) as well as in the Pièces de Violes (1728) by
Martinho da Vila... 1960s and 1970s, many artists who emerged—like Chico Buarque, Billy Blanco,, and Paulinho da Viola—advocated the return of the samba beat in its trad ...
the actor... le producers, all long-time staffers. Adam Sandler (not to be confused with) is the current producer of the show. Stan Blits, who joined the show in ...
Cornelius Cardew... equired musicians to improvise. Perhaps the most notable example of this is's Treatise: a graphic score with no conventional notation whatsoever, whi ...
Joseph Waters... y of San Diego, California commissioned sculptor Roman DeSalvo and composerto create a public artwork in the form of a safety railing on the 25th Str ...
John EntwistleUnknown to many people at the time, Moon was often able to cajoleinto helping him blow up toilets. In a 1981 interview with the Los Angeles ...
Osvald Chlubna... Cantatas were also composed by Mark Alburger, Erik Bergman, Carlos Chávez,, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur ...
Ben Folds... ly titled "Elliott Smith," on the Live from Nowhere, Volume 2 compilation),("Late" on Songs for Silverman), Brad Mehldau ("Sky Turning Grey (for Elli ...
Damon Albarn... zorlight, Brian Eno, M.I.A., Ian Brown, The Futureheads, Belle & Sebastian,, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser Chiefs, Robyn Hitchcock, Super Furry Animals, and ...
Ben Johnston... nterval. The Turkish systems have also been adopted by some Arab musicians.created a system of notation for pieces in just intonation where the unmar ...
Frank Zappa... ot nothin' on this, baby." Other artists influenced by Elmore James includeand Jeffrey Evans of the band 68 Comeback
Jimi Hendrix... ondon in October 1966. Comprising eponymous singer-songwriter and guitarist, bassist and backing vocalist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell, th ...
Henry CowellBy the middle decades of the 20th century, however, composers like, Morton Feldman, Karlheinz Stockhausen and George Crumb, re-introduced im ...
Ronan Keating... The Dubliners, The Thrills, Horslips, Jedward, The Boomtown Rats, Boyzone,, Thin Lizzy, Paddy Casey, Sinéad O'Connor, The Script and My Bloody Valen ...
Van Morrison... wn features in the song Snow in San Anselmo by Irish born singer/songwriter, about an unusual bout of winter weather that occurred when he was living ...
Bill Oddie... d performer in the comedy series Broaden Your Mind with Tim Brooke-Taylor (joined the series for the second season)
Roger Hodgson... xy, electronic music artist Christopher Reeves, better known as The Gasman,of Supertramp was born in Portsmouth, Brian Howe, vocalist of Bad Company, ...
Fletcher Henderson... Basie, Cab Calloway, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman,, Earl Hines, Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw
Vishal Bhardwaj... (Bianca) and Konkona Sen Sharma as Indu (Emilia). The film was directed bywho earlier adapted Shakespeare's Macbeth as Maqbool. All characters in th ...
Graham NashThis 'prototype' version of Jefferson Starship included David Crosby andand Grateful Dead members Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart, ...
Aldir Blanc... sar Pinheiro (especially in the praised partnership with João Nogueira) andstarted to appear around that time
Morton Feldman... e middle decades of the 20th century, however, composers like Henry Cowell,, Karlheinz Stockhausen and George Crumb, re-introduced improvisation to c ...
Noël Coward... ch We Serve is a 1942 British patriotic war film directed by David Lean and, and inspired by the sinking of Kelly, under Mountbatten's command. Cowar ...
Alfred Newman... on based on the play Birthday by Leslie Bush-Fekete. The music score was byand the cinematography by Edward Cronjager
Johann Sebastian Bach... of the chaconne is the final movement from the Violin Partita in D minor by. This 256-measure chaconne takes a plaintive four-bar phrase through a co ...
Dizzee Rascal... n Eno, M.I.A., Ian Brown, The Futureheads, Belle & Sebastian, Damon Albarn,, Kaiser Chiefs, Robyn Hitchcock, Super Furry Animals, and Colin Blunstone ...
Miles Davis... Newsweek article "The Problem With Jazz Criticism" Stanley Crouch considers' playing of fusion as a turning point that led to smooth jazz. In Aaron J ...
John PrimerThe Grateful Dead,(Blue Steel CD), Billy Gibbons and Eric Clapton are other notable artists ...
Jerry Goldsmith... the other. Examples of enduring composer-orchestrator relationships includewith Arthur Morton, Alexander Courage and Herbert W. Spencer; Miklos Rozsa ...
Paul SimonThe song "You Can Call Me Al" byfeatures a palindromic bass run performed by Bakithi Kumalo
Peter Maxwell Davies... lso composed by Mark Alburger, Erik Bergman, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna,, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhane ...
Handel... large house northwest of London. For a couple of years he worked alongside- in 1717/18 both men were employed there by James Brydges, 1st Duke of Ch ...
Harold Fraser-SimsonSeveral of Milne's children's poems were set to music by the composer. His poems have been parodied many times, including with the books When W ...
Mendelssohn... on the Range. She has narrated various classical music recordings (notably's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Britten's Canticles-The Heart of the Mat ...
Charlie Chaplin... ps from starring roles to background ensemble, in support of comedians likeand Fatty Arbuckle. The Keystone Kops serve as supporting players for Mari ...
Craig Adams... r one in Portugal, Astbury and Duffy fired the "backing band" and recruited(The Mission) and Scott Garrett for performances across Europe in 1993, wi ...
Donizetti... ittorio Emanuele, which was inaugurated on 17 May 1862 with a production of's Lucia di Lammermoor and which seated 6,000 people. There are several ot ...
Ray Charles... mphasis on vocalists and the use of secular themes. The 1950s recordings of, Sam Cooke, and James Brown are commonly considered the beginnings of sou ...
Chick Corea... n released Echoes of an Era, which featured Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard,, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White. She also released the song "And the Melo ...
Barry Guy... the Jazz Composers Orchestra and Iskra 1903, a trio with double bass playerand trombone player Paul Rutherford that was named after a newspaper publi ...
Modest Mussorgsky... repertoire (although there is controversy over his editing of the works of), and shaped a generation of younger composers and musicians during his d ...
Wally Stott... ased session musicians. The arrangements and musical direction were done by(who later underwent gender reassignment and became Angela Morley), from t ...
Peter Allen... tralian expatriate solo performers like Helen Reddy, Olivia Newton-John andbecame major stars in the USA and internationally. Icehouse also formed in ...
China Kantner... g made that Kantner sealed his love affair with Grace Slick; their daughter(who made a name for herself as an MTV veejay in the 1980s) was born short ...
George Onslow... ritten from roughly the same period include those by Johann Nepomuk Hummel,, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Louise Farrenc, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Limmer, Johan ...
Max Steiner... tally with the famous "Can-can" from Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld.weaves quotes from "La Marseillaise" throughout his score for the 1942 fil ...
Joseph Byrd... re Joseph Beuys, Dick Higgins, Nam June Paik, Wolf Vostell, La Monte Young,, and Yoko Ono who explored media ranging from performance art to poetry t ...
Miranda Cosgrove... on has developed its own slate of stars for its television shows, including, Victoria Justice, Jennette McCurdy and the group Big Time Rush, all of w ...
Jacques Offenbach... see by Kurt Weill, Carmen by Georges Bizet and Orpheus in the Underworld by. He has also translated a Bertolt Brecht play into English. He appeared o ...
Robert Plant... 1967. Miller-Stevenson's "8:05" became a country rock standard (covered by, , and others)
Jeff Buckley... e Yorn ("Bandstand in the Sky" on Nightcrawler, a song jointly dedicated to). Several tribute albums have been released since his death, including Ch ...
Eminem... pac Shakur in 1996, and it was only after Dr. Dre's successful patronage ofand Dre's ensuing comeback album The Chronic 2001 that the genre and its a ...
Alexei Lvov... r E. Urner Goodman to the Russian hymn tune God Save the Tsar!, composed byin the 19th century
Jerome Kern... Eric Gans considers a song of empowerment for Betty. Originally written byas a duet, sung by Linda Scott in this rendition by herself, Gans suggests ...
Buddy Miles... in 1969/70 as well as recording two different versions of it in the studio.also sang lyrics along with Jimi playing some motifs from James' "The Sky ...
Victor de Sabata... live performances in Mexico City, in 1950 and 1952. In 1953, with conductorand the La Scala forces, she made the recording which for decades has been ...
Duke Ellington... andleaders and arrangers Count Basie, Cab Calloway, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey,, Benny Goodman, Fletcher Henderson, Earl Hines, Glenn Miller and Artie Sh ...
Giovanni Battista Viotti... sical community at large. Around the same time, Durand, a former student of(1755–1824), became a celebrated violinist. He was renowned for his use of ...
Olivia Newton-John... anwhile, a score of Australian expatriate solo performers like Helen Reddy,and Peter Allen became major stars in the USA and internationally. Icehous ...
Handel's... exactly the same manner, although the general outlines remain understood. ("Chaconne" in G minor for keyboard has only the faintest relationship to t ...
Maximilian Steinberg... y through a textbook on orchestration that was completed by his son-in-law,
Madonna... usic videos in the 1990s. His first video role was as the Angel of Death in's 1993 "Bad Girl". The second appearance was in Skid Row's "Breakin' Down ...
Noel Redding... singer-songwriter and guitarist Jimi Hendrix, bassist and backing vocalistand drummer Mitch Mitchell, the band was active until June 1969, in which ...
Xavier Cugat... . Arnaz and Ball married on November 30, 1940. Arnaz also played guitar for
Henry VIII... yed in 1538, during the Dissolution of the Monasteries, on orders from King. The king also destroyed Becket's bones and ordered that all mention of h ...
John Earnest Galleard... ong the foremost in this undertaking were Mr. John Christopher Pepusch, Mr., an excellent composer and performer on the Oboe, Mr. Bernard Gates of th ...
Malcolm WilliamsonOn hearing of Mountbatten's death the then Master of the Queen's Music,, was moved to write the Lament in Memory of Lord Mountbatten of Burma for ...
Michael Jackson... ed with The Jacksons on the song "State of Shock", sharing lead vocals with. For his own personal contributions in the 1985 Live Aid multi-venue char ...
Ray Davies... , Sarah Blackwood, Sir Jacob Bronowski, Craig Charles, Sir Clifford Curzon,, Noel Fielding, Roger Fry, Kate Garraway, Stephen Gately, Stella Gibbons, ...
Carl Stalling... soundtracks, his music is familiar to millions because of its adaptation byin over 120 classic Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and other Warner Bro ...
Erik Bergman... ody wrote in 1995 Revelation. Cantatas were also composed by Mark Alburger,, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, ...
Martinů... addition to 12 wind instruments for his "Gran Partita" Serenade, K.361 andused the double bass in his nonet for wind quintet, violin, viola, cello a ...
Neil PeartMany rock drummers have cited Moon as an influence, includingand Dave Grohl The Jam paid tribute to Moon on the second single from thei ...
Henri Lazarof... University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon where he studied with Homer Keller,, Felix Salzer and Robert Trotter. It was there that he assembled a primit ...
Jeff Beck... e Boss produced by Nile Rodgers and Bill Laswell, featuring Herbie Hancock,, Jan Hammer, Pete Townshend, and the Compass Point All Stars. It sold fai ...
Bob Dylan... his 2003 album Poodle Hat, consists of rhyming palindromes and parodies thesong, "Subterranean Homesick Blues". There is an accompanying video for th ...
Richard Wagner... 9th century and is now used solely for the Bayreuth Festival. Only works byare put on
Beethoven... nto decline during the 19th century, though the 32 Variations in C minor bysuggest its continuing influence. However, the form saw a very substantial ...
Franz Liszt... orsakov's style was based on those of Glinka, Balakirev, Hector Berlioz and, he "transmitted this style directly to two generations of Russian compos ...
Carl Perkins... nd Funk Railroad, Diana Ross, B.B. King, Asleep at the Wheel, Cyndi Lauper,, Yoko Ono, Blues Traveler, Cher, Chicago, Robert Burns, George Clinton, B ...
John Zorn... mprovisation group Nuova Consonanza. Anthony Braxton has written opera, andhas written acclaimed orchestral pieces
Frescobaldi... ions (1726) as well as in the Pièces de Violes (1728) by François Couperin., who was probably the first composer to treat the chaconne and passacagli ...
Ernest Tubb... in the Grand Ole Opry before obtaining a recording contract. He toured with, who became his mentor. Jackson signed to Columbia Records and debuted in ...
Georges Bizet... ranslated three operas into English: Der Silbersee by Kurt Weill, Carmen byand Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach. He has also translated ...
Shigeru MiyamotoGame designerconsidered Space Invaders a game that revolutionized the video game indust ...
Brian Eno... ographing several artists including Paul Weller, Jarvis Cocker, Razorlight,, M.I.A., Ian Brown, The Futureheads, Belle & Sebastian, Damon Albarn, Diz ...
Nelson Cavaquinho... t in its traditional form. They also wanted veterans like Candeia, Cartola,, and Zé Kéti to return. In the early the 1960s, the "Movement for Revital ...
William Walton... a dance-theatre version of the play called Dancing Henry Five, which mixed's music written for the Olivier film, recorded speeches from the film its ...
Aram Khachaturian... versized diaper who would inevitably begin to fondle himself to the tune of's "Sabre Dance" when brought on stage. Many of these characters did littl ...
Rod Stewart... Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and plays host to acts like Dave Matthews Band,and the Eagles
Ian Brown... rtists including Paul Weller, Jarvis Cocker, Razorlight, Brian Eno, M.I.A.,, The Futureheads, Belle & Sebastian, Damon Albarn, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser ...
Dave Grohl... any rock drummers have cited Moon as an influence, including Neil Peart andThe Jam paid tribute to Moon on the second single from their third album, ...
Rhett Miller... n), Brad Mehldau ("Sky Turning Grey (for Elliott Smith)" on Highway Rider),("The Believer" on The Believer), Earlimart ("Heaven Adores You" on Treble ...
Homer Keller... student at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon where he studied with, Henri Lazarof, Felix Salzer and Robert Trotter. It was there that he ass ...
Joey Covington... e remaining members of Jefferson Airplane, lead singer Grace Slick, drummerand bassist Jack Casady. This agglomeration was informally known as the Pl ...
Bill Oddie... den was co-writer and performer in the comedy series Twice a Fortnight with, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Jonathan Lynn
Pete Townshend... Rodgers and Bill Laswell, featuring Herbie Hancock, Jeff Beck, Jan Hammer,, and the Compass Point All Stars. It sold fairly well, and the single "Ju ...
Roland Orzabal... riter, entertainer, founder of Fascinating Aida, was born in Portsmouth andmusician (Tears for Fears), Bessie Cursons, 14-year-old musical theatre pe ...
Fergie... zed Quart Festival 2009 includes world-famous stars, such as Ozzy Osbourne,, The Black Eyed Peas, Marilyn Manson and Placebo
Beethoven's... ts, which became more common in the romantic era. The scherzo and trio fromFifth Symphony are famous orchestral excerpts, as is the recitative at the ...
Gustavo Santaolalla... this way in 2010 for director Christopher Nolan's film Inception; composerdid the same thing when he wrote his Oscar-winning score for
Cartola... samba beat in its traditional form. They also wanted veterans like Candeia,, Nelson Cavaquinho, and Zé Kéti to return. In the early the 1960s, the "M ...
Hector Berlioz... ury. While Rimsky-Korsakov's style was based on those of Glinka, Balakirev,and Franz Liszt, he "transmitted this style directly to two generations of ...
John Rutter... ly to music, such as Pie Iesu in the settings of Dvořák, Fauré, Duruflé and
Heinrich Isaac... palindromes. Webern, who had studied the music of the Renaissance composer, was extremely interested in symmetries in music, be they horizontal or v ...
Claude Debussy... an composers" and influenced non-Russian composers including Maurice Ravel,, Paul Dukas and Ottorino Respighi
Bob Dylan... ght life. Caffè Lena was one of the first venues in the Eastern US at whichperformed, in 1961. Arlo Guthrie played at Cafè Lena early in his career a ...
Misha Mengelberg... rs, which at various times has included Anthony Braxton, Tristan Honsinger,, Lol Coxhill, Fred Frith, Steve Beresford, Steve Lacy, Johnny Dyani, Leo ...
Madonna... to these types of pacts. Several artists such as Paramore, Maino, and evenhave signed such types of deals
Alvin Curran... lm-composer Ennio Morricone. The latter group was formed in Rome in 1966 by, Richard Teitelbaum, Frederic Rzewski, Allan Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Iv ...
Giuseppe Tartini... 85–1750). Other notable violinists included Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741) and(1692–1770), who, in their compositions, reflected the increasing technica ...
Mack Sennett... silent film comedies in the early 20th century. The movies were produced byfor his Keystone Film Company between 1912 and 1917. The idea came from Ha ...
John Entwistle... 04 and then Roth in 2007), The Who (delayed in 2002 by the death of bassistuntil 2006) and Black Sabbath (with Osbourne 1997–2006 and Dio 2006-7) and ...
Charlotte Moorman... traditional works included, for example, the video art of Nam June Paik andand the performance art of Joseph Beuys and Wolf Vostell. The often playfu ...
Nelson Cavaquinho... Many popular artists were discovered at this time. Musicians like Cartola,, Guilherme de Brito, Velha Guarda da Portela, Zé Keti, and Clementina de ...
Chris Poland... ter years of problems stemming from substance abuse, both Gar Samuelson andwere fired from Megadeth in July 1987, following the final show of the tou ...
Lenny Kravitz... uld keep the celebrity guests to a minimum on Wandering Spirit, only havingas a vocalist on his cover of Bill Withers' "Use Me" and bassist Flea from ...
Henry VIII... y took on powerful positions in government. An example of this was found in's England where his chief minister was Cardinal Wolsey. An even more prom ...
Archie Shepp... Qui Pêche (The Fishing Cat), a friend's Paris jazz club, where saxophonistsand John Coltrane, and trumpet players Don Cherry and Chet Baker were regu ...
Antonio Vivaldi... 006 of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750). Other notable violinists included(1678–1741) and Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770), who, in their compositions, ...
Maurice Ravel... ations of Russian composers" and influenced non-Russian composers including, Claude Debussy, Paul Dukas and Ottorino Respighi
Georges Bizet... Gabor Csupo. The opera attended by the family is Carmen, by French composer; the song that Bart mocks is a famous aria called the Toreador Song. Stud ...
Conrad Herwig... yan White, Kelly Willis, and Leon Russell, Grammy nominated jazz trombonist, and Flaming Lips drummer Steven Drozd. Notable authors include Pulitzer ...
Madonna... zgerald, Sam Cooke, Diana Ross, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hiromi Uehara,, Judy Garland, Julie Andrews, Barbra Streisand, Marni Nixon, Natalie Cole ...
Dmitri Shostakovich... re's glory", where he also quoted the opening phrase of "Rule, Britannia!".quoted "La Marseillaise" at some length during the fifth reel of the film ...
Cartola... favelas. Many popular artists were discovered at this time. Musicians like, Nelson Cavaquinho, Guilherme de Brito, Velha Guarda da Portela, Zé Keti, ...
Richard Teitelbaum... nio Morricone. The latter group was formed in Rome in 1966 by Alvin Curran,, Frederic Rzewski, Allan Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Ivan Vandor, and Jon P ...
Aretha Franklin... Records in Memphis, Tennessee. By the late 1960s, Atlantic recording artisthad emerged as the most popular female soul star in the country. Also by t ...
Carole KingThe film's theme song, "Love for the Last Time," is performed by
Rupert Holmes... een famous in Puerto Rico since 1978, and it became more widely known afterreleased his song "Escape", commonly known as "The Piña Colada Song"
Little Richard... d Kelly Isley posthumously were inducted to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by. After the release of a live album in 1993, the Isleys left Warner Bros. ...
Duke Ellington... stra. Other influential large ensembles included Fletcher Henderson's band,'s band (which opened an influential residency at the Cotton Club in 1927) ...
Johannes Ockeghem... es the texts of the requiem were sung to Gregorian melodies. The Requiem by, written sometime in the latter half of the 15th century, is the earliest ...
Willie Dixon# "Gone Daddy Gone" (Gano,) – 3:0
Henry VIII... t and New Street. To the west it included Bell Street and the Market Place., having granted the use of the titles "mayor" and "burgess", the town was ...
Klaus Egge... (1875–1939) who many consider the finest of the twentieth century. Composer, born 1906 in Gransherad, also lived in Notodden
William Basinski... rtists from the late 20th and early 21st centuries include Nicolas Collins,'s The Disintegration Loops, Psyclones, The Haters, Boyd Rice, Pole, Steph ...
Henry VIII... me the Herbert family became the most powerful family in the area. In 1538,closed the Dominican and Franciscan friaries in Cardiff, the remains of wh ...
John Coltrane... shing Cat), a friend's Paris jazz club, where saxophonists Archie Shepp and, and trumpet players Don Cherry and Chet Baker were regular performers. T ...
Leon RussellNotable residents include country singers: Bryan White, Kelly Willis, and, Grammy nominated jazz trombonist Conrad Herwig, and Flaming Lips drummer ...
Friedrich NietzscheOwing to Wagner's relationship with the then unknown philosopher, the first Bayreuth festival is cited as a key turning point in Nietzsche ...
Danny Elfman... gene Zador; Alfred Newman with Edward Powell, Ken Darby and Hugo Friedhofer;with Steve Bartek; David Arnold with Nicholas Dodd; Basil Poledouris with ...
Joe Henderson... this same time period Chaka Khan released Echoes of an Era, which featured, Freddie Hubbard, Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White. She also r ...
Jeff Young... n work on their next album, Reynolds was replaced by his own guitar teacher. Jeff joined Megadeth six weeks into the recording of their third album
Robert Plant... r, Cher, Chicago, Robert Burns, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Nina Hagen,, Peter Criss, Scandal, Late Show regular Warren Zevon, jazz trumpeter Lew ...
Johnny Cash... re portrayed in the novel Murder in Coweta County. The film version starred, Andy Griffith, and June Carter
Lionel Bart... iety of genres, but is perhaps best known for his starring role as Fagin in's stage and film musical Oliver! based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens ...
Marvin Gaye... styles. The social and political ferment of the 1960s inspired artists likeand Curtis Mayfield to release albums with hard-hitting social commentary, ...
Ennio Morricone... and Giacinto Scelsi, the group featured the later well-known film-composer. The latter group was formed in Rome in 1966 by Alvin Curran, Richard Tei ...
Ivan Moody... n 1995. Iván Erőd wrote in 1988/89) Vox Lucis (Voice of the Light), op. 56.wrote in 1995 Revelation. Cantatas were also composed by Mark Alburger, Er ...
Mack Sennett... Angeles, home of the Keystone studio, in early December 1913. His boss was, who initially expressed concern that the 24-year-old looked too young. C ...
Paul Dukas... d influenced non-Russian composers including Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy,and Ottorino Respighi
Murray Torkildsen... as a duo with Richard Holgarth; and often with his Big Band which includes, Seymour, Adam Batterbee and guest keyboard player Barry Upton. Throughou ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... le notes, palindromes may be made using more complex elements. For example,'s composition Mixtur, originally written in 1964, consists of twenty sect ...
August Duranowski... osition) was influenced by two violinists, Pietro Locatelli (1693–1746) and(1770–1834). During Paganini's study in Parma, he came across the 24 Capri ...
Fletcher Henderson... emiered by Whiteman's Orchestra. Other influential large ensembles included's band, Duke Ellington's band (which opened an influential residency at t ...
Barry Upton... cludes Murray Torkildsen, Seymour, Adam Batterbee and guest keyboard player. Throughout 2005 and 2006 Otway teamed up with The Hamsters and Wilko Joh ...
Karel Goeyvaerts... d is played in the same direction in each half of the program. By contrast,'s 1953 electronic composition, Nummer 5 (met zuivere tonen) is an exact p ...
George Gershwin... Los Angeles Philharmonic with Klemperer conducting (including parts of theMemorial Concert at the Hollywood Bowl can be found here: Otto Klemperer c ...
Pietro Locatelli... ni's playing (and his violin composition) was influenced by two violinists,(1693–1746) and August Duranowski (1770–1834). During Paganini's study in ...
Madonna... Herb Alpert's A&M Records, now owned by Universal Music Group). Similarly,'s Maverick Records (started by Madonna with her manager and another partn ...
Jermaine Dupri... You Say" is next, featuring Dr. Dre. The track insults rappers Canibus and, whom Eminem and Dr. Dre feuded with, respectively. It also touches on Em ...
Dave EllefsonIn July 2004, former bassistsued Mustaine for $18.5 million in Manhattan Federal Court. Ellefson alleg ...
Anthony Braxton... collection of like-minded improvisors, which at various times has included, Tristan Honsinger, Misha Mengelberg, Lol Coxhill, Fred Frith, Steve Bere ...
Bill OddieGarden andco-wrote many episodes of the television comedy series Doctor in the House ...
Marvin Gaye... a songwriter for Motown writing hits for Michael Jackson, The Miracles andwhile Chico became a professional dancer and choreographer joining his eld ...
Hugo Friedhofer... os Rozsa with Eugene Zador; Alfred Newman with Edward Powell, Ken Darby and; Danny Elfman with Steve Bartek; David Arnold with Nicholas Dodd; Basil P ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber... roductions of the same name, notably the 1925 film starring Lon Chaney; and's 1986 musical
Nicolas Collins... ndustrial noise artists from the late 20th and early 21st centuries include, William Basinski's The Disintegration Loops, Psyclones, The Haters, Boyd ...
Chaka Khan... lish or bolster the careers of vocalists including Al Jarreau, Anita Baker,and Sade. In this same time period Chaka Khan released Echoes of an Era, w ...
Edward Elgar... ebussy quoted the anthem in the coda of his piano prelude, Feux d'artifice.quoted the opening of "La Marseillaise" in his choral work The Music Maker ...
Lorenzo Ferrero... lvarado is a character in the opera La conquista (2005) by Italian composer, which depicts the major episodes of the Spanish conquest of Mexico in 15 ...
Angelo BadalamentiThe soundtrack of Mulholland Drive was supervised by, who collaborated on previous Lynch projects Blue Velvet and Twin Peaks. ...
Frederick the Great... for promotion to Major. Blücher sent in a rude letter of resignation, whichgranted in 1773: Der Rittmeister von Blücher kann sich zum Teufel scheren ...
Luigi Nono... rimental composers collective. Influenced by contemporary composers such asand Giacinto Scelsi, the group featured the later well-known film-composer ...
Anton Bruckner(b) TheSymphony no. 4 (Haas edition with emendations). A 1947 concert recording w ...
João Nogueira... cists like Paulo César Pinheiro (especially in the praised partnership with) and Aldir Blanc started to appear around that time
Herbert W. Spencer... tionships include Jerry Goldsmith with Arthur Morton, Alexander Courage and; Miklos Rozsa with Eugene Zador; Alfred Newman with Edward Powell, Ken Da ...
Charles Wesley juniorOnly three of the couple's children survived infancy:(1757–1834), Sarah Wesley (1759–1828), who like her mother was also known ...
Mozart... on (which included David Bowie and Mikhail Baryshnikov) to play the role ofin director Milos Forman's film version of Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus. I ...
Nick Cave... ic scene which had sprung up in Melbourne came The Boys Next Door featuring. The Boys Next Door would eventually become The Birthday Party
Kirk Whalum... airplay. Smooth jazz saxophonists include Grover Washington, Jr., Kenny G,, Boney James and David Sanborn. Smooth jazz received frequent airplay wit ...
Claude Debussy... 96, Umberto Giordano briefly quoted the anthem in his opera Andrea Chénier.quoted the anthem in the coda of his piano prelude, Feux d'artifice
Kim Cascone... hose ambient, microsound, or glitch-based work is often subtler to the ear.refers to this development as a postdigital movement and describes it as a ...
Ottorino Respighi... n-Russian composers including Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Paul Dukas and
Giacinto Scelsi... ers collective. Influenced by contemporary composers such as Luigi Nono and, the group featured the later well-known film-composer Ennio Morricone. T ...
PrinceGentleman callers during this period included Diana Ross' brother Chico,, and a young David Gest. Jackson also dated Bobby DeBarge, and was the in ...
Witold Lutosławski... ergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher, Andrew Lloyd Webber, George Rochberg and, among others, wrote well-known variations on these themes
Jermaine Dupri... ng"). Also, the song "Say What You Say" (featuring Dr. Dre) is an attack on, and was also the first time that The Source magazine controversy was men ...
Umberto GiordanoIn 1896,briefly quoted the anthem in his opera Andrea Chénier
Pat Boone... festival, at Evansville, Indiana, which attracted 6,000 people to hear him,and his family, Christian folk singer Gene Cotton, and Jesus rock artists ...
Alain Bashung... y famous French people like Edith Piaf, Isabelle Adjani, Arnaud Montebourg,, and many others have Maghrebi ancestry
Michael Jackson... iness, respectively. Arthur became a songwriter for Motown writing hits for, The Miracles and Marvin Gaye while Chico became a professional dancer an ...
Björk... Amalia Rodrigues, as well as Caetano Veloso, Juanes, Jeff Buckley, Esthero,, Cornershop, Oasis, Radiohead, The Smashing Pumpkins and Beck. Furtado's ...
Richard Stone... om their self-titled 1986 debut album. In 1993, Warner Bros. music directorscored an entire installment of Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs aroun ...
Richard WagnerThe town is best known for its association with the composer, who lived in Bayreuth from 1872 until his death in 1883. Wagner's villa, ...
Nick Lowe... heard since 1978's This Year's Model. It also marked the return of producer, who had produced Costello's first five albums. While Blood and Chocolate ...
Robert Burns... Wheel, Cyndi Lauper, Carl Perkins, Yoko Ono, Blues Traveler, Cher, Chicago,, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Nina Hagen, Robert Plant, Peter Criss, S ...
Alexander Courage... oser-orchestrator relationships include Jerry Goldsmith with Arthur Morton,and Herbert W. Spencer; Miklos Rozsa with Eugene Zador; Alfred Newman with ...
Todd Phillips"My all-time favorite is," proclaimed Union Station bassist Barry Bales in April 2005. "He brought ...
Rod Stewart... n hiatus as Ron Isley focused on solo work, later having a top ten hit withon his cover of the Isleys' Motown hit, "This Old Heart of Mine". Ron also ...
Uncle Dave Macon... recording artists were Riley Puckett, Don Richardson, Fiddlin' John Carson,, Al Hopkins, Ernest V. Stoneman, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ram ...
Peter Gabriel... an Nick Launay, who had previously worked with acts including The Jam, XTC,, PiL, Gang of Four and The Birthday Party. Launay worked on several other ...
Samuel Sebastian Wesley... ld and often called "the English Mozart." Furthermore, Samuel Wesley's son,, was one of the foremost British composers of the 19th century
Johann Sebastian Bach... in was firmly established through the Sonatas and Partitas BWV 1001–1006 of(1685–1750). Other notable violinists included Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741) ...
Maurice JarreJean Michel Jarre was born in Lyon on 24 August 1948, to composerand French Resistance member and concentration camp survivor France Pejot. ...
Melanie... Country Joe McDonald, Tom Constanten, Big Brother and the Holding Company,, John Sebastian, Mountain, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Levon Helm B ...
Mikhail Glinka... on. Through Kanille, he was exposed to a great deal of new music, includingand Robert Schumann. Despite Rimsky-Korsakov's now liking his music lesson ...
Frederick the GreatDuring the lifetime of, Blücher was unable to return to the army, but after the king's death in ...
Martinho da Vila... trongly to the air waves with composers and singers like Paulinho da Viola,, Clara Nunes, and Beth Carvalho dominating the hit parade. Great samba ly ...
Richard Thompson... lot of new songs and went into the studio with backing musicians including, Dave Pegg and Simon Nicol. The resulting album, Slide Away The Screen wa ...
Bob GeldofLive Aid, a 1985 fund-raising effort headed by(who had also organized the charity group Band Aid the previous year), ind ...
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyIn 1882,quoted "La Marseillaise" to represent the invading French army in his 1812 ...
Alfred Newman... n, Alexander Courage and Herbert W. Spencer; Miklos Rozsa with Eugene Zador;with Edward Powell, Ken Darby and Hugo Friedhofer; Danny Elfman with Stev ...
Paulinho da Viola... s, samba returned strongly to the air waves with composers and singers like, Martinho da Vila, Clara Nunes, and Beth Carvalho dominating the hit para ...
Howard Jones... contract once again. Afterward, the band co-headlined with Culture Club andon VH1's 1980s "Big Rewind" nostalgia tour and made other concert and publ ...
Frederick II of Prussia... devastated several times during the Thirty Years' War and conquered by Kingin 1742. In 1871 it was connected by rail to Liegnitz and Glogau. During W ...
Arcangelo Corelli... plished violinists of the time focused on intonation and bowing techniques.(1653–1713) was considered a pioneer in transforming the violin from an en ...
Eugene Levy... ied, and Montalbán subsequently became a favorite subject of impersonators., for example, frequently impersonated him on SCTV. (In deference to Ameri ...
Jimi HendrixThe most famous guitarist who admired Elmore James was. Early in his career Jimi styled himself variously as 'Maurice James' and ...
Fred Frith... included Anthony Braxton, Tristan Honsinger, Misha Mengelberg, Lol Coxhill,, Steve Beresford, Steve Lacy, Johnny Dyani, Leo Smith, Han Bennink, Eugen ...
Arlo Guthrie... f the first venues in the Eastern US at which Bob Dylan performed, in 1961.played at Cafè Lena early in his career and has returned for occasional be ...
Jeff Lynne... wag) and session ace Jonathan Yudkin (The Chain Smoking Altar Boys) for thetribute Lynne Me Your Ears (2002) under the moniker, The Balls of France
Bob MarleyRita Marley,'s wife, converted to the Rastafari faith after seeing Haile Selassie on h ...
Franco Evangelisti... Musica Elettronica Viva. The former was formed in Rome in 1964 by composerand is often considered the first experimental composers collective. Influ ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... of the Kammerorchester Basel, which is recording the complete symphonies offor the Sony label led by its music director Giovanni Antonini. The baroqu ...
Mikis Theodorakis... enen based on diverse texts, the title taken from a poem of Bertolt Brecht.composed the cantatas According to the Sadducees and Canto Olympico. Herbe ...
Colin Blunstone... rn, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser Chiefs, Robyn Hitchcock, Super Furry Animals, andfor the spread
Miles Davis... 0 cover album by American alternative rock band Nada Surf, is a palindrome.and Black Sabbath both had albums called Live Evil. Inversely, Lynch Mob a ...
John WilliamsHe performed' "Air and Simple Gifts" at the 2009 inauguration ceremony for Barack Obam ...
Chris Poland... he first time, supporting Killing Is My Business... with Exciter. Guitaristjoined Megadeth as the tour kicked off, but abruptly left the band and was ...
Phil Soussan... tt, Rough Cutt and Dio). This is the only Osbourne album to feature bassist- who wrote the album's U.S. hit single "Shot in the Dark" - and the first ...
Antonio Carlos Jobim... nced, along with several legendary artists, including bossa nova originator& late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Diana Ross received a Grammy Special Merit Li ...
Cassandra Wilson... x of traditional jazz and pop/rock forms, such as Diana Krall, Norah Jones,, Kurt Elling and Jamie Cullum
Vinicius de Moraes... and Garoto, this sub-genre was inaugurated by João Gilberto, Tom Jobim, and. It then had a generation of disciples and followers including Carlos Lyr ...
Ray Evans... spirit and business acumen of the likes of Michael Gudinski, Michael Chugg,, Dennis Charter, Glenn Wheatley, Harry M. Miller, Harley Medcalf, Michael ...
Clive Langer... ) and a four-piece horn section (The TKO Horns), alongside The Attractions.(who co-produced with Alan Winstanley), provided Costello with a melody wh ...
Gunther Schuller... mpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Clifford Brown, and drummer Max Roach. Composerwrote: ... In 1943 I heard the great Earl Hines band which had Bird in it ...
Sergei Rachmaninoff... t for a number of composers. Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms,, Boris Blacher, Andrew Lloyd Webber, George Rochberg and Witold Lutosławs ...
Mike Peters... uffy was part of Coloursound with bassist Craig Adams and ex-Alarm frontman, then Dead Men Walking (again with Peters) and later Cardboard Vampyres. ...
Donald Fagen... Rundgren. Shaffer has also recorded with a wide range of artists, including, Ronnie Wood, Grand Funk Railroad, Diana Ross, B.B. King, Asleep at the W ...
Hanns Eisler... nd in some cases by Germaine Tailleferre of Les six, Christiane Verger, and. They have been sung by prominent 20th century French vocalists, includin ...
Robert Dick... uding Pauline Oliveros, Oliver Lake, Stephen Nachmanovitch, Thomas Buckner,, India Cooke, Jane Ira Bloom, Karlton Hester, Roman Stolyar, , and many o ...
Anthony Ritchie... vid Farquhar, Jenny McLeod, Jack Body, Gillian Whitehead, Dorothy Buchanan,, Ivan Zagni, Martin Lodge, Nigel Keay and Ross Harris leading the way
Heinrich Schütz... amples of this type are the German settings composed in the 17th century byand Michael Praetorius, whose works are Lutheran adaptations of the Roman ...
Andrew Deutsch... itiello, If, Bwana, PBK, Howard Stelzer, Chris Douglas a.k.a. O.S.T., Aube,, Leif Elggren, Robin Rimbaud, Alva Noto, Oval, Boards of Canada, DJ Spook ...
Kurt Elling... azz and pop/rock forms, such as Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Cassandra Wilson,and Jamie Cullum
Robert Schumann... , he was exposed to a great deal of new music, including Mikhail Glinka and. Despite Rimsky-Korsakov's now liking his music lessons, Voin cancelled t ...
Mel Brooks... Hank Mann as a prop man. Sennett also starred in a cameo role-as himself.)directed a Keystone Kops-type car chase in his comedy film Silent Movie
Celine Dion... mes, such as James Horner's "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic, written for
Jack Body... people such as Larry Pruden, David Griffiths, David Farquhar, Jenny McLeod,, Gillian Whitehead, Dorothy Buchanan, Anthony Ritchie, Ivan Zagni, Martin ...
Jean-Claude Risset... mposers. Two of these, Lars-Gunnar Bodin (born 1935, Stockholm, Sweden) and(born 1938, LePuy, France) became important colleagues throughout Appleton ...
Angelo Badalamenti... y, credited as Lafayette Montgomery), the Castigliani Brothers (Dan Hedaya,), and Mr. Roque (Michael J. Anderson), all of whom are somehow involved i ...
Little Willie Littlefield... Boogie Woogie Festival. In 2010 the latter featured amongst others pianistand saxophonist Big Jay McNeely
Boris Blacher... posers. Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff,, Andrew Lloyd Webber, George Rochberg and Witold Lutosławski, among other ...
Kaija Saariaho... lip Glass has also written a shorter work on Orion, as have Tōru Takemitsu,, and John Casken. 's late-twentieth-century works are about the constella ...
La Monte Young... who were already at work when Maciunas met them through minimalist composerand poet Jackson Mac Low in the early 1960s. John Cage's 1957 to 1959 Expe ...
John WilliamsonPopular contemporary performers of Australian country music include:(who wrote the iconic "True Blue"), Lee Kernaghan (whose hits include "Boy ...
Gillian Whitehead... as Larry Pruden, David Griffiths, David Farquhar, Jenny McLeod, Jack Body,, Dorothy Buchanan, Anthony Ritchie, Ivan Zagni, Martin Lodge, Nigel Keay ...
Missy Elliott... cubus, Pitchshifter, Linkin Park, The Roots, Talvin Singh, MIDIval Punditz,, The Freestylers, Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie (the last two both usin ...
Jeff Buckley... Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Amalia Rodrigues, as well as Caetano Veloso, Juanes,, Esthero, Björk, Cornershop, Oasis, Radiohead, The Smashing Pumpkins and ...
John CageThe origins of Fluxus lie in many of the concepts explored by composerin his experimental music of the 1950s. Cage explored notions of indetermi ...
Blind Willie McTell... layers of the early 20th century, including Blind Blake, Robert Johnson and. These influences led a friend to suggest that he change his professional ...
Dizzy Gillespie... phonist Charlie Parker, pianists Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk, trumpetersand Clifford Brown, and drummer Max Roach. Composer Gunther Schuller wrote ...
Pierre Schaeffer... tar in a band, but his musical style was perhaps most heavily influenced by, a pioneer of musique concrète at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales
Webern... yvaerts, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel, and, especially,(Texte 1:24–31, 39–44, 75–85, 86–98; Texte 2:136–39, 149–66, 170–206; Text ...
Dot Allison... ve job that they would have the funding to buy their own '100 Suns' studio., who had sung with the band on the 100th Window tour, sang the end titles ...
Gottfried von Einem... gica, op. 27 (1960), Bomarzo, op. 32 (1964), and Milena, op. 37 (1971), andcomposed in 1973 An die Nachgeborenen based on diverse texts, the title ta ...
Jamie Cullum... forms, such as Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Cassandra Wilson, Kurt Elling and
Pete Townshend... centric. His first album, recorded with Wild Willy Barrett, was produced bybut sold only fitfully. The follow-up singles fared no better despite some ...
Thelonious Monk... ebop musicians included saxophonist Charlie Parker, pianists Bud Powell and, trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Clifford Brown, and drummer Max Roach. Co ...
Bob Daisley... ndy Castillo. Lyrics were largely written by long-time Osbourne bass player, who was also present during the initial writing sessions. Daisley left a ...
Jenny McLeod... d place, with people such as Larry Pruden, David Griffiths, David Farquhar,, Jack Body, Gillian Whitehead, Dorothy Buchanan, Anthony Ritchie, Ivan Za ...
Howard Stelzer... , Psyclones, The Haters, Boyd Rice, Pole, Stephen Vitiello, If, Bwana, PBK,, Chris Douglas a.k.a. O.S.T., Aube, Andrew Deutsch, Leif Elggren, Robin R ...
Lemmy... r their Electric and Sonic Temple albums. Motörhead lead singer and bassistcan be seen wearing an Iron Cross live, and often in interviews as he owns ...
Édith Piaf... 20th century French vocalists, including Marianne Oswald, Yves Montand, and, as well as by the later American singers Joan Baez and Nat King Cole. In ...
Roy Brown... as well as covers from Latin American artists that influenced them such as, Leon Gieco, Silvio Rodríguez, and Haciendo Punto en Otro Son
Giovanni Bottesini... ench bow was not widely popular until its adoption by 19th-century virtuoso. This style is more similar to the traditional bows of the smaller string ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber... iszt, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher,, George Rochberg and Witold Lutosławski, among others, wrote well-known v ...
Constance BacheA memoir of the two brothers, by their sister, appeared in 1901 under the title Brother Musicians
Pierre de La Rue... ore 1550 include Pedro de Escobar, Antoine de Févin, Cristóbal Morales, and; that by La Rue is probably the second oldest, after Ockeghem's
King Henry VIII... and Catherine Howard, the second and fifth Queens consort, respectively, of. Thus, through Anne Boleyn, he was the great-great-grandfather of Elizabe ...
Allan Sherman... curring references to halvah have been made in Mad magazine over the years.'s song "The Streets of Miami", a Jewish-centered parody of "The Streets o ...
Rod Stewart... that was later christened Jefferson Starship. Sears had worked on three of's early British recordings, and had to go back to England to play on Smil ...
Antoine de Févin... of Josquin des Prez. Other composers before 1550 include Pedro de Escobar,, Cristóbal Morales, and Pierre de La Rue; that by La Rue is probably the ...
Grover Washington, Jr.... ul and garnered significant radio airplay. Smooth jazz saxophonists include, Kenny G, Kirk Whalum, Boney James and David Sanborn. Smooth jazz receive ...
Jonathan Richman... enduring cult classic, Violent Femmes weds the geeky, child-man persona ofand the tense, jittery, hyperactive feel of new wave in an unlikely contex ...
John Casken... ritten a shorter work on Orion, as have Tōru Takemitsu, Kaija Saariaho, and. 's late-twentieth-century works are about the constellation rather than ...
Janis Joplin... ugh to the kingdom". Norman recalled: "One night I was singing on stage andwas sitting behind the front curtain watching the concert with a bottle of ...
George Rochberg... , Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher, Andrew Lloyd Webber,and Witold Lutosławski, among others, wrote well-known variations on these ...
Leopold I... f Brandenburg to become "king in Prussia" in 1701 without offending Emperor. The government of de facto collectively ruled Brandenburg-Prussia, seate ...
Chuck Berry... dozens of R&B hits and worked as a producer. He also plays bass on numerous's rock and roll hits. Many other rockabilly bands like El Rio Trio (from ...
Nono... alyses of music by Mozart, Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts, Boulez,, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel, and, especially, Webern (Texte 1:24– ...
Yo-Yo Ma... imple Gifts" at the 2009 inauguration ceremony for Barack Obama, along with(cello), Gabriela Montero (piano) and Anthony McGill (clarinet). The quart ...
Mily Balakirev... ic. In November 1861, Kanille introduced the 18-year-old Rimsky-Korsakov to. Balakirev in turn introduced him to César Cui, and Modest Mussorgsky; al ...
John DonneDuring her reign Queen Elizabeth I made at least five visits to the area.and Sir Walter Raleigh also had residences here in this era. It was at thi ...
Ray Charles... sical director for Fats Domino and Friends, a Cinemax special that included, Jerry Lee Lewis and Ron Wood
Sebastian Bach... r, Suzuki was replaced by Ralph Santolla, formerly of Death, Iced Earth and. Santolla stated he is a Catholic and this has received a small amount of ...
Pedro de Escobar... rote for the death of Josquin des Prez. Other composers before 1550 include, Antoine de Févin, Cristóbal Morales, and Pierre de La Rue; that by La Ru ...
Charlie Chaplin... eir time entertaining, holding lavish parties, the guests at which included, Douglas Fairbanks, Winston Churchill and a young John F. Kennedy. Upon v ...
Chris Poland... ased independent label Combat Records. In December of that year, they addedas a second guitarist
Angelo Badalamenti... cember, Del Naja completed the score for 44 Inch Chest with The Insects and
Neil Innes... Time, along with Eleanor Bron, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift, Roger Blake, and. He was also script editor for The Hudson and Pepperdine Show
Ani DiFranco... music), and a variety of others. Her biggest influence when growing up was, she explained that "[w]hen I was a teenager, I wanted to be (the feminis ...
Marianne Faithfull... ; one of their early compositions, "As Tears Go By", was a song written for, a young singer being promoted by Loog Oldham at the time. For the Rollin ...
Boulez... clude analyses of music by Mozart, Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts,, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel, and, especially, Webern (Texte ...
James Rado... an and produced by Michael Butler and the Smothers Brothers. As co-creatorsand Gerome Ragni and half of the cast were leaving the production to join ...
Douglas Lilburn... tyle of its own, having "a tendency to over-criticize home-produced goods"., working predominantly in the third quarter of the 20th century, is often ...
George Michael... di Menuhin (and later Sting who bought Menuhin's old house), Ewan Mcgregor,, Piers Morgan, Kate Moss, Chris Moyles, Paul Nicholas, Christopher Nolan, ...
Charlie Parker... usician's music." The most influential bebop musicians included saxophonist, pianists Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk, trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and ...
Stephen Vitiello... asinski's The Disintegration Loops, Psyclones, The Haters, Boyd Rice, Pole,, If, Bwana, PBK, Howard Stelzer, Chris Douglas a.k.a. O.S.T., Aube, Andre ...
Franz Liszt... caprice (Nr. 24) have been an object of interest for a number of composers., Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher, An ...
Ralph Santolla... l Remains guitarist Dave Suzuki. Following the tour, Suzuki was replaced by, formerly of Death, Iced Earth and Sebastian Bach. Santolla stated he is ...
Benjamin Britten... important works of Karlheinz Stockhausen, is often described as a cantata.composed at least six works he designated as cantatas: The Company of Heav ...
Yo-Yo Ma... he violin soloist for the 2005 film Memoirs of a Geisha, along with cellist. Perlman played selections from the musical scores of the movies nominate ...
Mozart... mann and Beethoven's late quartets". Mendelssohn was not thought of highly,and Haydn "were considered out of date and naïve", and J.S. Bach merely ma ...
Fats Domino... remonies from Atlanta, Georgia. Shaffer also served as musical director forand Friends, a Cinemax special that included Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis ...
George Michael... tists including Tony Christie, Utah Saints, Ministry of Sound, Craig David,, KMFDM, Robbie Williams and
Tom O'Horgan... at the Aquarius Theatre at 6230 Sunset Boulevard, and which was directed byand produced by Michael Butler and the Smothers Brothers. As co-creators J ...
Ennio Morricone... s archetypal Spaghetti westerns were directed by Sergio Leone and scored by: the "Dollars Trilogy" (A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars Mo ...
Goeyvaerts... ugh these include analyses of music by Mozart, Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky,, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel, and, especially, Weber ...
Josquin des Prez... in the six-voice Requiem by Jean Richafort which he wrote for the death of. Other composers before 1550 include Pedro de Escobar, Antoine de Févin, ...
Willie Dixon... Nekromantix), Patricia Day (HorrorPops), Geoff Kresge (Tiger Army, ex-AFI).(1915–1992) was one of the most notable figures in the history of rhythm a ...
Ozzy OsbourneThe Ultimate Sin is the fourth studio album by. It was released on 22 February 1986, and it was remastered and re-issued ...
Keith Hopwood... he theme song to Cosgrove Hall's adaptation of The Wind in the Willows with, and this was released as a single in 1984 after the series was aired on ...
Philip Glass... sed July 16, 2007), < > The 2002 opera Galileo Galilei by American composerincludes an opera within an opera piece between Orion and Merope. The sunl ...
Robert Schumann... 24) have been an object of interest for a number of composers. Franz Liszt,, Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher, Andrew Lloyd Webber ...
Joseph Kosma"Chasse à l'enfant" (The hunt for the child) were set to music by—and in some cases by Germaine Tailleferre of Les six, Christiane Verger, ...
César Cui... -old Rimsky-Korsakov to Mily Balakirev. Balakirev in turn introduced him to, and Modest Mussorgsky; all three of these men were already known as comp ...
Justin Bieber... ar among younger viewers. Since their rise to fame in recent years, singers, and Taylor Swift have become recent examples of modern-day teen idols wh ...
Richard Wagner... sometimes stage-directing as well as conducting, as in a 1963 production of's Lohengrin. He also conducted Mozart's The Magic Flute there in 1963
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Tōru Takemitsu... ern science. Philip Glass has also written a shorter work on Orion, as have, Kaija Saariaho, and John Casken. 's late-twentieth-century works are abo ...
Chuck Berry... up continued to mine the works of American rhythm and blues artists such asand Bo Diddley, but with the strong encouragement of Andrew Loog Oldham, J ...
Germaine Tailleferre... hunt for the child) were set to music by Joseph Kosma—and in some cases byof Les six, Christiane Verger, and Hanns Eisler. They have been sung by pr ...
Janet Jackson... e first MTV Australia Video Music Awards in Sydney's Luna Park, she spoofed's wardrobe malfunction by pulling down her dress to reveal both breasts, ...
Alberto Ginastera... 959), the Cantata Misericordium, op. 69 (1963), and Phaedra, op. 93 (1975).also composed three works in this form: the Cantata para América Mágica, o ...
Jean Richafort... the vocal scoring was often richer, for example in the six-voice Requiem bywhich he wrote for the death of Josquin des Prez. Other composers before 1 ...
Andrew Lloyd-Webber... h middle classes. The only failure during this period was 1975 musical with, Jeeves, and even this did little to dent Ayckbourn's popularity. Althoug ...
Lee Hazlewood... he song sparked controversy in later years when the song's original author,, deemed Mustaine's changes to be "vile and offensive" and demanded that t ...
Stravinsky... heory. Although these include analyses of music by Mozart, Debussy, Bartók,, Goeyvaerts, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel, and, espec ...
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Jerry Lee Lewis... r for Fats Domino and Friends, a Cinemax special that included Ray Charles,and Ron Wood
Modest Mussorgsky... sakov to Mily Balakirev. Balakirev in turn introduced him to César Cui, and; all three of these men were already known as composers, despite only bei ...
James Reyne... g, including Paul Kelly, Scrap Metal, Coloured Stone, Hunters & Collectors,, The Saints, Crowded House, INXS and Yothu Yindi. All sales proceeds were ...
Bill ChamplinMiller and Stevenson then formed The Rhythm Dukes, later joined by. The band achieved a degree of success as a second-billed act during much ...
Charlie Chaplin... Edgar Kennedy, and Al St. John and includes a previously unknown cameo withas a Keystone Kop
Beethoven... performers (such as violinist Paganini, and pianist, organist, and composer) were acclaimed for their skills at improvisation. The cadenza portion of ...
Ralph SantollaOn May 24, 2007, it was announcedhad left Deicide. Subsequently, he joined Florida's Obituary and appears o ...
Victor Young... ed on the life of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. The music was first assigned to, but Grofé was later brought in to complete the work
Johannes Brahms... object of interest for a number of composers. Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann,, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher, Andrew Lloyd Webber, George Rochberg ...
Simon Le BonArcadia were the pop group formed in 1985 by, Nick Rhodes and Roger Taylor of Duran Duran, during a break in that band ...
Shaun Davey... e most successful all inclusive Celtic music composition in recent years iss composition 'The Pilgrim'. This suite depicts the journey of St. Colum C ...
Gerome Ragni... by Michael Butler and the Smothers Brothers. As co-creators James Rado andand half of the cast were leaving the production to join the Acapulco prod ...
Mendelssohn... red tastes running "toward Glinka, Schumann and Beethoven's late quartets".was not thought of highly, Mozart and Haydn "were considered out of date a ...
Merle Haggard... nd rock, such as the breakbeat, in their music. In the '60s performers likepopularized the sound. In the early 1970s, Haggard was also part of outlaw ...
James Horner... ore's composer will write an original pop song based on his themes, such as's "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic, written for Celine Dion
Bartók... music theory. Although these include analyses of music by Mozart, Debussy,, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel ...
Anthony Braxton... io Morricone was a member of the free improvisation group Nuova Consonanza.has written opera, and John Zorn has written acclaimed orchestral pieces
Brett Dean... dings by leading groups such as the Kronos Quartet. In the next generation,, himself a violist of note and a composer who has received world-wide rec ...
Lars Ulrich... , drug use, violent behavior and personality conflicts with James Hetfield,, and original Metallica bassist Ron McGovney. Two months after being fire ...
Craig Taborn... Ken Vandermark, guitarist Nels Cline, bassist Todd Sickafoose, keyboardist, drummer/percussionist John Hollenbeck, guitarist John Scofield and the g ...
Carl StallingThe invention of the click track is sometimes credited to, although other sources have given it to Max Steiner and Scott Bradley. T ...
Janet JacksonAaliyah was honored at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards by, Missy Elliott, Timbaland, Ginuwine and her brother, Rashad, who all paid ...
Oscar Peterson... wn, Perlman has also played jazz, including an album made with jazz pianist, and klezmer. Perlman has been a soloist for a number of movie scores, no ...
Debussy... e area of music theory. Although these include analyses of music by Mozart,, Bartók, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... arrón (1969–70). Momente (1962–64/1969), one of the most important works of, is often described as a cantata. Benjamin Britten composed at least six ...
David Van Tieghem... s sound can be recognised in "The Promise", "El Diablo" and "Lady Ice") and, a percussionist from New York
James Hetfield... due to drinking, drug use, violent behavior and personality conflicts with, Lars Ulrich, and original Metallica bassist Ron McGovney. Two months aft ...
Herbie Hancock... o album She's the Boss produced by Nile Rodgers and Bill Laswell, featuring, Jeff Beck, Jan Hammer, Pete Townshend, and the Compass Point All Stars. ...
Henry Purcell... include William Croft, Thomas Morley, Thomas Tomkins, Orlando Gibbons, and. The text of these seven sentences, from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, ...
J.S. Bach... ht of highly, Mozart and Haydn "were considered out of date and naïve", andmerely mathematical and unfeeling. Berlioz "was highly esteemed", Liszt "c ...
B.B. King... ists, including Donald Fagen, Ronnie Wood, Grand Funk Railroad, Diana Ross,, Asleep at the Wheel, Cyndi Lauper, Carl Perkins, Yoko Ono, Blues Travele ...
Johann Christian Bach... d searches for Orion in the underworld until he is elevated to the heavens.('the English Bach') wrote an opera, "Orion, or Diana Reveng'd", first pre ...
John Scofield... keyboardist Craig Taborn, drummer/percussionist John Hollenbeck, guitaristand the groups Medeski Martin & Wood and The Bad Plus. Outside of the US, ...
Ennio Morricone... age musically with other genres. For example, acclaimed soundtrack composerwas a member of the free improvisation group Nuova Consonanza. Anthony Bra ...
Henry VIIIWhenbroke from Rome an era of religious repression began. During the Dissoluti ...
Max Steiner... ometimes credited to Carl Stalling, although other sources have given it toand Scott Bradley. The click track was sufficiently useful as a synchroniz ...
Vladimir UssachevskyIn 1966, on the basis of his early electronic music, he was invited byat Columbia University to study in the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music ...
Ryuichi Sakamoto... cast's boot-up sequence was also composed by accomplished Japanese musician
Steve Baxter... ked to join Jubal's Last Band, a band that consisted of Terry Scott Taylor,and bassist Kenny Paxton. Marty Dieckmeyer was soon brought in as a replac ...
Vangelis... s Skalkottas, Iannis Xenakis, Manos Hatzidakis, Eleni Karaindrou, Yanni and, one of the best-selling singers worldwide Nana Mouskouri and poets such ...
Thanasis Kaproulias... , Boards of Canada, DJ Spooky, Florian Hecker, Farmers Manual, Negativland,, Fennesz, Pan Sonic, Yasunao Tone, Pavel Zhagun, Arcane Device, Francisco ...
Orlando Gibbons... rial service to music include William Croft, Thomas Morley, Thomas Tomkins,, and Henry Purcell. The text of these seven sentences, from the 1662 Book ...
Missy ElliottAaliyah was honored at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards by Janet Jackson,, Timbaland, Ginuwine and her brother, Rashad, who all paid tribute to her ...
Elton John... John Mills, the Dad's Army cast, Glenda Jackson, Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones,, The Beatles and even former Prime Minister
Dolly Parton... the U.S. Between 1977 and 1979, it became more mainstream, as Kenny Rogers,, Willie Nelson and Allman Brothers Band all scored hits which reached bot ...
Henry VIII... seven schools established, or in some cases re-endowed and renamed, by Kingduring the Dissolution of the Monasteries to pray for his soul. In 2006, 3 ...
Schubert... his talents as an orchestrator. He was asked by Balakirev to orchestrate amarch for a concert in May 1868, by Cui to orchestrate the opening chorus ...
Haydn... ethoven's late quartets". Mendelssohn was not thought of highly, Mozart and"were considered out of date and naïve", and J.S. Bach merely mathematical ...
Joseph HaydnThe earliest known concerto for double bass was written byca.1763, and is presumed lost in a fire at the Eisenstadt library. The ear ...
Prince's... his album were "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", and a cover of"Private Joy." Jackson and Amir Bayyan co-wrote "Reggae Nights" for Heart ...
George GershwinGrofé's most memorable arrangement is that of's Rhapsody in Blue, which established Grofé's reputation among jazz music ...
Scott Bradley... d to Carl Stalling, although other sources have given it to Max Steiner and. The click track was sufficiently useful as a synchronization tool that i ...
Eugène Ysaÿe... iticized for lacking characteristics of true polyphonism, as pointed out by. Yehudi Menuhin, on the other hand, suggested that this might have been t ...
Thomas Tomkins... the Anglican burial service to music include William Croft, Thomas Morley,, Orlando Gibbons, and Henry Purcell. The text of these seven sentences, f ...
Alois Hába... ard notation. One such system for notating quarter tones, used by the Czechand other composers, is shown on the right
Method Man... reviews, though not to as much commercial success as fellow Wu-Tang member's Tical. According to Steve Huey of allmusic, "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... ...
Cartola... nged a recording with the maestro Leopold Stokowski in 1940, which involved, Donga, João da Baiana, Pixinguinha, and Zé da Zilda
Dizzee Rascal... live Owen, Cliff Parisi, Tim Pigott-Smith, J. B. Priestley, Jonathan Pryce,, Heath Robinson, John James Sainsbury, Peter Sellers, Mike Skinner, Aliso ...
James Lipton... Night. Celebrities such as Dr. Joyce Brothers, Nipsey Russell, Abe Vigoda,, Bob Saget and William Preston as the character, Carl 'Oldy' Olsen, also ...
Mozart... ce in the area of music theory. Although these include analyses of music by, Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, ...
Pat Boone... and his contemporaries; instead they were performed by white musicians likein a more palatable mainstream style, which turned into pop hits. By the e ...
John Williams... tra-Terrestrial was edited to match the music of his long-time collaborator: as recounted in a companion documentary on the DVD, Spielberg gave Willi ...
Nile Rodgers... areer. In 1985, he released his first solo album She's the Boss produced byand Bill Laswell, featuring Herbie Hancock, Jeff Beck, Jan Hammer, Pete To ...
Dave Holland... tor who hires musicians for orchestras or big bands, composing music (e.g.,), songwriting, conducting (e.g., David Currie) or acting as a bandleader ...
Leopold Mozart... added (F 1 -A 1 -D-F-A). The popularity of the instrument is documented in's second edition of his Violinschule, where he writes "One can bring fort ...
Hans Zimmer... any point the director wishes during the post-production process. Composerwas asked to write music in this way in 2010 for director Christopher Nola ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... as Thus Spake Zarathustra; ) is a philosophical novel by German philosopher, composed in four parts between 1883 and 1885. Much of the work deals wit ...
Terry Hall... entry, including Frank Ifield, Vince Hill, Delia Derbyshire, Jerry Dammers,, Neville Staple, Hazel O'Connor, Clint Mansell, Julianne Regan, Lee Dorri ...
Chuck Berry... wave of popular black blues-rock and country-influenced R&B performers likegaining unprecedented fame among white listeners
Ozzy Osbourne... endencies split), but they eventually folded as well, with Trujillo joining's band (and later Metallica) and Muir performing as Cyco Miko, releasing ...
John PsathasIn 2004, Wellington composerachieved the largest audience for New Zealand-composed music when his fanf ...
Alicia Keys... Furtado also hosted a program about AIDS on MTV, which also featured guestsand Justin Timberlake. On September 27, 2011, Furtado announced during Fre ...
Michael Jackson... et list, stage design, and costumes galore, and was dedicated to her friendwho died in June 2009. The tour, which commenced on May 15, 2010, in Bosto ...
Graham Parker... tense, aggressive energy of punk" such as Elvis Costello, Joe Jackson, and. In the U.S., the first New Wavers were the not-so-punk acts associated w ...
Peter Sculthorpe... Australian composers have written chamber works. Among the older composers,stands out because he has written 17 string quartets up to 2010, with perf ...
Mike CurbIn 1969 Norman returned to Capitol Records, now headed by, to honor his original 1966 contract with the understanding that he would ...
Pixinguinha... o Leopold Stokowski in 1940, which involved Cartola, Donga, João da Baiana,, and Zé da Zilda
Stevie Ray Vaughan... tours for visitors with a pilgrimage to the statue of Texas blues guitariston the south shore of Town Lake. The statue's 'shadow' is longer than its ...
Thomas Morley... rs who have set the Anglican burial service to music include William Croft,, Thomas Tomkins, Orlando Gibbons, and Henry Purcell. The text of these se ...
Charles Mingus... ngwriting, conducting (e.g., David Currie) or acting as a bandleader (e.g.,). In some regions there may not be enough work in music to make a living, ...
Terry Scott Taylor... , Chamberlain was asked to join Jubal's Last Band, a band that consisted of, Steve Baxter and bassist Kenny Paxton. Marty Dieckmeyer was soon brought ...
Slim Willet... was reared just north of De Leon. He is better known under his stage name,. Also of note is Kelsey Menzel, starting point guard for the Lady De Leon ...
Dave Ellefson... ornia which was formed in 1983 by guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine, bassistand guitarist Greg Handevidt, following Mustaine's expulsion from Metallic ...
Iannis Xenakis... oprano Maria Callas, composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, Nikos Skalkottas,, Manos Hatzidakis, Eleni Karaindrou, Yanni and Vangelis, one of the best- ...
Damon Albarn... ray For Rain" featured guest vocals of TV On The Radio's Tunde Adebimpe andand Hope Sandoval all check in for a song or two
Ronnie Wood... acement, left the band in December 1974 and was replaced by Faces guitaristin 1975, who also operated as a mediator within the group, and between Jag ...
Anthony Braxton... umber of free musicians are well known, including saxophonists Evan Parker,and Peter Brötzmann, trombonist George Lewis, guitarist Derek Bailey, and ...
William Croft... ences". Composers who have set the Anglican burial service to music include, Thomas Morley, Thomas Tomkins, Orlando Gibbons, and Henry Purcell. The t ...
Gus Kahn... uite includes lyrics to the central section of "On the Trail" by songwriter
Henry VIII... f the arms (shown to the right) was granted as an Augmentation of Honour byto Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk to commemorate his victory at the Ba ...
Philip Glass... frey Reggio edited his films Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi based on composer's music. Similarly, the relationship between director Sergio Leone and co ...
Henry CowellThe idea of the event began in's philosophy of music. Cowell, a teacher to John Cage and later to Dick H ...
Nikos Skalkottas... tri Mitropoulos, soprano Maria Callas, composers such as Mikis Theodorakis,, Iannis Xenakis, Manos Hatzidakis, Eleni Karaindrou, Yanni and Vangelis, ...
Hugo Riesenfeld... au spent the winter editing the film and used the last of his money to hirefor the music scoring. The distribution rights were sold to Paramount for ...
Nick Lowe... rominence in the British pub rock scene of the mid-1970s, such as Ian Dury,, Eddie and the Hot Rods and Dr. Feelgood; and according to Allmusic "angr ...
Leroy Shield... ed by two clarinets in 1930, was re-recorded with a full orchestra in 1935.composed the great majority of the music used in the Laurel and Hardy shor ...
Chaka Khan... Heart' concert event, which also featured fellow performers Gladys Knight,and Patti LaBelle. The following month she was a headliner at the City Sta ...
Mark Knopflerreleased a tribute song to Donegan entitled "Donegan's Gone" on his 2004 a ...
Ralph Vaughan Williams... cTell was born on December 3, 1944 in Farnborough, Kent. He was named after- Frank had worked as the composer's gardener before the war. A second son ...
Francesco CavalliItalian composerwrote the opera, "L'Orione", in 1653. The story is set on the Greek island ...
Mick Jones... nd recorded a new album, Beyond Good and Evil, originally being produced byof Foreigner, until Jones bowed out to tour with Foreigner. Astbury and Du ...
Yo-Yo Ma... , Perlman has performed with a number of other notable musicians, including, Jessye Norman, Isaac Stern, and Yuri Temirkanov at the 150th anniversary ...
Jon Hendricks... ettes, beginning with their 1933 program featuring Grofé and his orchestra.wrote lyrics for "On the Trail", and the song was recorded for Hendricks' ...
Stephen Malkmus... ak was born in Stockton in 1956 and graduated from A. A. Stagg High School., founding member of the band Pavement, grew up in Stockton and attended T ...
Benjamin Britten... One notable setting is part of the Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings by
Heitor Villa-LobosIn 1940, the Brazilian composercreated a secular cantata titled Mandu çarará, based on an Indian legend c ...
Gareth Farr... fluences along with electronic instruments and techniques into a new sound,, Phil Dadson and composer co-operative Plan9 among them. The latter provi ...
Marc Sabat... st tuning in other keys. Between 2000 and 2003, Wolfgang von Schweinitz anddeveloped The Extended Helmholtz-Ellis JI Pitch Notation, a modern adaptat ...
Nadezhda Purgold... d him to settle down and to start a family. In December 1871 he proposed to, with whom he had developed a close relationship over weekly gatherings o ...
Joan Baez... ald, Yves Montand, and Édith Piaf, as well as by the later American singersand Nat King Cole. In 1961, French singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg paid ...
Sammy Cahn... est Music, Original Dramatic Score, Best Music, Song (for George Barrie andfor "All That Love Went to Waste"), Best Picture and Best Writing, Story a ...
Billy GibbonsThe Grateful Dead, John Primer (Blue Steel CD),and Eric Clapton are other notable artists to have recorded Elmore James c ...
Akira Takasaki... 1975 by guitarist Kyoji Yamamoto, and Loudness, formed in 1981 by guitarist. Although there existed other contemporary bands, like Earthshaker, Anthe ...
Theodor W. Adorno... he latter half of the 20th century to a realization of its unattainability.said in 1970, "It is now taken for granted that nothing which concerns art ...
Herbie Hancock... m included guitarists David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and Carlos Alomar, pianist, Sting (who provided backing vocals on "The Promise"), Grace Jones (who p ...
Samuel Sebastian Wesley... Younger), and father of musician Samuel Wesley, and grandfather of musician. Despite their closeness, Charles and his brother John did not always agr ...
Gavin Bryars... was also part of a Sheffield based trio founded in 1963 with Tony Oxley andcalled 'Joseph Holbrooke' (named after the composer, whose work they never ...
Ronnie Wood... fer has also recorded with a wide range of artists, including Donald Fagen,, Grand Funk Railroad, Diana Ross, B.B. King, Asleep at the Wheel, Cyndi L ...
Giacomo Puccini... t as a dramatic setting in Italian productions goes back at least as far as's 1910 opera La fanciulla del West; it is sometimes considered the first ...
Kanye West... hosted by MTV, BET, and Nike; fellow performers included Enrique Iglesias,, Kelly Rowland, Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson. Furtado also hosted a prog ...
Louis Jordan... tes, because of the suggestive lyrics and driving rhythms. Bandleaders likeinnovated the sound of early R&B, using a band with a small horn section a ...
Weasel WalterIn a foreword to the book No Wave,wrote of the movement's ongoing influence
Marvin Hatley... -Ku", or "The Dance of the Cuckoos", was composed by Roach musical directoras the on-the-hour chime for the Roach studio radio station. Laurel heard ...
Noël CowardVisited by Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling,and Queen Elizabeth II among many others, Penang has always been a popular ...
Yanni... akis, Nikos Skalkottas, Iannis Xenakis, Manos Hatzidakis, Eleni Karaindrou,and Vangelis, one of the best-selling singers worldwide Nana Mouskouri and ...
Michael JacksonAlong with the 1987music video "Bad", in 1986 Scorsese made The Color of Money, a sequel to t ...
Hirokazu TanakaThe original music was composed by, who did music for several other Nintendo games at the time. The game's m ...
Ennio Morricone... sic. Similarly, the relationship between director Sergio Leone and composerwas such that the finale of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and the films O ...
Hans Werner Henze... 61) as "a cantata for alto and tenor soli, speaker, chorus, and orchestra".composed a Cantata della fiaba estrema and Novae de infinito laudes (both ...
Celine Dion... hich the reorganised Air Canada was held. In October 2004, Canadian singer,became the face of Air Canada, hoping to relaunch the airline, and draw in ...
Nas... ed debut in 1997. He also appeared on Fat Joe's song "John Blaze" alongside, Jadakiss, and Big Pun; "John Blaze" also had a music video. Raekwon's ne ...
Nathaniel Shilkret... in the radio transcription series Shilkret Novelties in 1931. and again byin RCA Victor's transcription series His Majesty's Voice of the Air in 193 ...
Dorival Caymmi... Elizeth Cardoso, among others. Others such as Assis Valente, Ataulfo Alves,, Herivelto Martins, Pedro Caetano, and Synval Silva led the samba to the ...
Nels Cline... trumpeters Rob Mazurek and Cuong Vu, saxophonist Ken Vandermark, guitarist, bassist Todd Sickafoose, keyboardist Craig Taborn, drummer/percussionist ...
Marilyn Manson... ott's 2001 short film, , alongside Clive Owen, Gary Oldman, Danny Trejo and. Brown also made a cameo appearance in the 2002 Jackie Chan film The Tuxe ...
Nietzsche... -Human, Superman"; ) is a concept in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche.posited the Übermensch as a goal for humanity to set for itself in his 188 ...
Wilhelm Furtwängler... ved paucity of American achievements in serious music, the German conductorcomplained that "America has no composers, only arrangers.
Claude Debussy... s only reference to music, created for a monument at Saint-Germain-en-Laye,'s birthplace
Serge Gainsbourg... ican singers Joan Baez and Nat King Cole. In 1961, French singer-songwriterpaid tribute to "Les feuilles mortes" in his own song "La chanson de Préve ...
Michael Praetorius... are the German settings composed in the 17th century by Heinrich Schütz and, whose works are Lutheran adaptations of the Roman Catholic requiem, and ...
Eleni Karaindrou... h as Mikis Theodorakis, Nikos Skalkottas, Iannis Xenakis, Manos Hatzidakis,, Yanni and Vangelis, one of the best-selling singers worldwide Nana Mousk ...
Bob Dylan... Silver Spurs Arena has been host to many acts, ranging from Hilary Duff andto an annual rodeo event. Jehovah's Witnesses also use The Silver Spurs Ar ...
Ray Noble... nd 1935. In 1935, he assembled an American orchestra for British bandleader, developing the arrangement of lead clarinet over four saxophones that ev ...
Igor Stravinsky... led Mandu çarará, based on an Indian legend collected by Barbosa Rodrigues.composed a work titled simply Cantata in 1951–52, which used stanzas from ...
Jimmy Page... sts to have recorded Elmore James covers. Clapton also recorded a song withcalled "Tribute to Elmore" that first appeared on the 1968 compilation alb ...
Nigel Keay... ian Whitehead, Dorothy Buchanan, Anthony Ritchie, Ivan Zagni, Martin Lodge,and Ross Harris leading the way
Luis Miguel... rs. Acapulco is still popular with Mexican celebrities and wealthy, such as, Plácido Domingo and Dolores Olmedo, who maintain homes here
Manos Hatzidakis... las, composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, Nikos Skalkottas, Iannis Xenakis,, Eleni Karaindrou, Yanni and Vangelis, one of the best-selling singers wo ...
Brian WelchAnother artist,, whose solo debut was released to Christian markets, found their album pu ...
Herivelto Martins... among others. Others such as Assis Valente, Ataulfo Alves, Dorival Caymmi,, Pedro Caetano, and Synval Silva led the samba to the music industry
Carlos Prieto... ince its creation, it has been accompanied by artists such as Olivia Gorra,, Martha Félix, Felipe Chacón and Fernando de la Mora. It has also partici ...
Red Mitchell... octave lower (C-G-D-A low to high). This tuning was used by the jazz playerand is increasingly used by classical players, notably the Canadian bassis ...
Johann David HeinichenThe circle of fifths, first described in 1728 byin his book Der General-bass, has been used ever since as a means of illus ...
Kazimierz Serocki... Witold Szalonek, Krzysztof Penderecki, Witold Lutosławski, Wojciech Kilar,and Henryk Mikołaj Górecki
Rod Stewart... James Sainsbury, Peter Sellers, Mike Skinner, Alison Steadman, Imre Varadi,, Victoria Wood, Lord Young of Dartington, Toby Young, and Alex Zane
Eric Idle... uccess. He assessed happiness by his friendships and his enjoyment of life.and Stephen Fry said Cook had not wasted his talent but rather that the ne ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... inspiring many of the pioneers of rock and roll, such as Elvis Presley and, as well as Chuck Berry and Ike Turner, while providing a framework for e ...
Johann Nepomuk Hummel... this instrumentation written from roughly the same period include those by, George Onslow, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Louise Farrenc, Ferdinand Ries, Fran ...
Carl Nielsen... aintains strong symphonic cohesion by long-term tonal processes (similar to's "progressive tonality", where the music is aiming towards a key, rather ...
Kirsty MacCollOne of the songwriters and backing vocalist for the "Shine" album was, who was killed in a boating accident in Mexico in December 2000. Lyngsta ...
Henry Purcell... a 20-minute, four character ballet called The Moor's Pavane to the music ofin 1949. The work premiered at the Connecticut College American Dance Fest ...
Allen Toussaint... Partland on piano. In November, Costello started recording a new album withand producer Joe Henry. The River in Reverse was released in the UK on the ...
Little Richard... rary musicians such as Ray Charles, Little Willie John, Clyde McPhatter and
Sergei Rachmaninoff... d transcriptions, most famously in a piano version made by Russian composer. Other selections familiar to listeners in the West are "Dance of the Tum ...
Dizzy Gillespie... hard bop and free jazz. Innovators of the style included Charlie Parker and, who arose from small jazz clubs in New York City
Yasunao Tone... cker, Farmers Manual, Negativland, Thanasis Kaproulias, Fennesz, Pan Sonic,, Pavel Zhagun, Arcane Device, Francisco López, Kommissar Hjuler und Frau, ...
Ary Barroso... o contaminated the scene of the samba. With Aquarela do Brasil, composed byand recorded by Francisco Alves in 1939, the samba-exaltação had become th ...
Benjamin Britten... 3 years after the author's death, was later turned into a play, an opera byand a film by Peter Ustinov
Wojciech Kilar... imierz Kotoński, Witold Szalonek, Krzysztof Penderecki, Witold Lutosławski,, Kazimierz Serocki and Henryk Mikołaj Górecki
George Duke... eased an album titled Trav'lin' Light. Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Joe Sample,, Christian McBride, and Stevie Wonder made guest appearances. It was nomi ...
Arnold Bax... music that Brian's could reasonably be mistaken for is some of the work of, particularly Bax's violent early symphonies (1 and 2). However, while Ba ...
Jan Ladislav Dussek... ghly the same period include those by Johann Nepomuk Hummel, George Onslow,, Louise Farrenc, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Limmer, Johann Baptist Cramer, and ...
Lefty Frizzell... solo singer), Ted Daffan, Floyd Tillman, and the Maddox Brothers and Rose,and Hank Williams, would later be called "traditional" country. Williams' ...
Mike Herrera... ey played a showcase for the label in 1993 in Herrera's parents' back yard.had practiced so much before the first show that he lost his voice. Their ...
David Gilmour... he released 20 studio albums, working with artists such as Eric Clapton and. He has been described by The Times as "an electrifying guitarist and sin ...
Jaco PastoriusIn 1979, Williams, guitarist John McLaughlin and bassistunited for a one-time performance at the Havana Jazz Festival. This trio c ...
Tom DeLonge... fteen. He played in various bands until his sister, Anne, introduced him to, who she had met while attending Rancho Bernardo High School. Hoppus and ...
Charlie Parker... g into styles like hard bop and free jazz. Innovators of the style includedand Dizzy Gillespie, who arose from small jazz clubs in New York City
Noël Coward... nts. Sometimes the songs represented original material, or on one occasion,'s classic There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner, but just as often t ...
Robert Mitchum... Gallows High) is a 1947 film noir directed by Jacques Tourneur and starring, Jane Greer, and Kirk Douglas. The film was adapted by Daniel Mainwaring ...
Ezra Pound... specially Cubism. Although Imagism isolates objects through the use of whatcalled "luminous details", Pound's Ideogrammic Method of juxtaposing concr ...
King Henry VIII... e River Thames. It was originally built for Cardinal Wolsey, a favourite of, circa 1514; in 1529, as Wolsey fell from favour, the palace was passed t ...
Sebastian Klonowic... and writers of the Polish renaissance lived and worked in Lublin, includingand Jan Kochanowski, who died in the city in 1584. In 1578 the Crown Tribu ...
Florentine Camerata... ular music: state, corporate, church, and private. and it was here that theconvened in the mid-16th century and experimented with setting tales of Gr ...
Camille Saint-Saëns... Viardot's performances inspired composers such as Frédéric Chopin, Berlioz,(who dedicated Samson and Delilah to her, and wanted her to sing the title ...
Vinnie Paul Abbott... spot. Darrell, however, would not join without his brother, Pantera drummer. Having already hired Nick Menza, the band was forced to turn Darrell dow ...
Anthony Payne... mpson in Maida Vale Studio 1, and played by the New Philharmonia Orchestra.in his Daily Telegraph review wrote: "It was fascinating to contemplate th ...
King Oliver... ery, and pure tone, which contrasted with "the dirty, rough-edged sound" ofand his protégé Armstrong, whose playing was often more energetic and whos ...
Arno Babajanian... celebrated Armenian singers and composers dedicated their songs to Yerevan:, Rouben Hakhverdian, Harout Pamboukjian, Aram Asatryan, Tata Simonian, Ar ...
John CageStockhausen, along with, is one of the few avant-garde composers to have succeeded in penetrating ...
Witold Lutosławski... law Schaeffer, Włodzimierz Kotoński, Witold Szalonek, Krzysztof Penderecki,, Wojciech Kilar, Kazimierz Serocki and Henryk Mikołaj Górecki
Bob Dylan... itten by Gordon Lightfoot and popularized by artists such as Elvis Presley,, and Peter, Paul and Mary
Black Francis... l idol." While at college in Massachusetts, Thompson adopted the stage name, and formed The Pixies along with Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, and David Love ...
Frédéric Chopin... dramatic roles on stage, Viardot's performances inspired composers such as, Berlioz, Camille Saint-Saëns (who dedicated Samson and Delilah to her, a ...
Liliuokalani... him. When his wife, Queen Kapiolani, and his sister, Princess (later Queen), took a trip across North America and on to the British Islands, in 1887, ...
Nina Simone... ote his 1963 song "Only a Pawn in Their Game" about Evers and his assassin.wrote and sang "Mississippi Goddam". Phil Ochs wrote the songs, "Too Many ...
Roger Glover... four bonus tracks from Coverdale's second solo album Northwinds produced by. A blues rock/R&B debut album Trouble, was released in the autumn of 1978 ...
Percy Grainger... cluding Fred Astaire, Louis Armstrong, Dean Martin, Al Jolson, Bobby Darin,, Art Tatum, Yehudi Menuhin, Bing Crosby, The Moody Blues, Janis Joplin, J ...
Ezra Pound... ngs, Native American songs and poems, William Blake, Walt Whitman, Jeffers,, Noh drama, Zen aphorisms, Federico García Lorca, and Robert Duncan as si ...
Daron Hagen... ologue and two acts with a libretto by Irish poet Paul Muldoon and music bywas performed by the opera theatre at The University of Texas in Austin. T ...
Slash... but had declined in order to remain in Dark Angel. Guns N' Roses guitaristhad been jamming with Mustaine and Ellefson and, though it appeared that h ...
Arthur Honegger... sing flags and pistols when performed in the city of Baku in 1922. In 1923,created Pacific 231, a modernist musical composition that imitates the sou ...
Igor Stravinsky... these scales made him seem conservative compared with later composers like, though they were often building on Rimsky-Korsakov's work
Ayumi HamasakiToday, game soundtracks are sold on CD. Famous singers like Hikaru Utada,and Gackt sometimes sing songs for games as well, and this is also seen as ...
Wagner... portant characters, events, ideas or objects, an idea often associated with's use of leitmotif. These may be played in different variations depending ...
Floyd Tillman... Tubb, Kitty Wells (the first major female country solo singer), Ted Daffan,, and the Maddox Brothers and Rose, Lefty Frizzell and Hank Williams, woul ...
Heitor Villa-Lobos... with this status of national identity came the recognition of intellectual, who arranged a recording with the maestro Leopold Stokowski in 1940, whi ...
Miles DavisOn the Corner (1972) was's foray into funk-jazz. Like his previous works, On the Corner was unique ...
Krzysztof Penderecki... d Tadeusz Baird, Boguslaw Schaeffer, Włodzimierz Kotoński, Witold Szalonek,, Witold Lutosławski, Wojciech Kilar, Kazimierz Serocki and Henryk Mikołaj ...
Giulio Caccini... cians who have lived in Florence include Piero Strozzi (1550 – after 1608),(1551–1618) and Mike Francis (1961–2009)
Björk... say they studied with Stockhausen (Flur 2003, 228), and Icelandic vocalisthas acknowledged Stockhausen's influence (Heuger 1998, 15; Björk 1996; Ros ...
Serge Gainsbourg's... in and Greek borrowings like tænia and ex æquo. It was great popularized insong "Elaeudanla Teiteia" (trans.Elayeeina Tee I Tee I A, which is the pho ...
Ray Charles... ing of the film. After Joe leaves the doctor's office, an edited version of's version of "Ol' Man River" plays. "Mas Que Nada" by Sergio Mendes & Bra ...
Howard Shore... break was inserted at that point). The show's opening theme was written byand John Lurie (a finalist for the job as band leader). The show's closing ...
David Kalākaua... mar of Hawaiian ("Über die Hawaiische Sprache") in 1837. When Hawaiian Kingtook a trip around the world, he brought his native language with him. Whe ...
Franz Schubert... ntation of piano, violin, viola, cello, and double bass. The most famous is's Piano Quintet in A major, known as "The Trout Quintet" for its set of v ...
Włodzimierz Kotoński... sh Composers' School. Composers included Tadeusz Baird, Boguslaw Schaeffer,, Witold Szalonek, Krzysztof Penderecki, Witold Lutosławski, Wojciech Kila ...
Daniel Eberlin... o Eisenach, where he found employment as court organist under Kapellmeister(also a native of Nuremberg), in the employ of Johann Georg I, Duke of Sax ...
Willy Russell... l other notable performers: Bill Nighy, Pete Postlethwaite, Jonathan Pryce,and Alan Bleasdale
Dolores Duran... s. Other practitioners of this style were Antonio Maria, Custódio Mesquita,, Fernando Lobo, Ismael Neto, Lupicínio Rodrigues, Batatinha, and Adoniran ...
Richard Strauss... e Russian-German composer Ludwig Minkus, a tone poem by the German composer, a German film (1933) directed by G. W. Pabst, a Soviet film (1957) direc ...
Terry Kath... razaider's apartment. The five musicians consisted of Parazaider, guitarist, drummer Danny Seraphine, trombonist James Pankow, trumpet player Lee Lou ...
Russell CroweThe World War II drama Blood Oath (1990) debuted bothand Jason Donovan, in minor cinematic roles. Crowe demonstrated his versat ...
Charlie Chaplin... g's "Metropolis", which offer an example of how technophobia can occur, and's "Modern Times", in which people are reduced to nothing but cogs in the ...
Franz Limmer... Hummel, George Onslow, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Louise Farrenc, Ferdinand Ries,, Johann Baptist Cramer, and Hermann Goetz. Later composers who wrote cham ...
Motoi Sakuraba... Japanese game music scene. He is best known for the Zelda and Mario themes.is also another well-known video game composer. He is known for composing ...
Clem Tholet... ed country ballads with patriotic or military inspired lyrics. For example,'s Rhodesians Never Die rose to the top of the Rhodesian pop charts
Mozart... ost classical pieces written for full orchestra since the time of Haydn andare orchestrated to place emphasis on the strings, woodwinds, and brass. H ...
Aretha Franklin... clude southern soul artists like Isaac Hayes, Clarence Carter, Ray Charles,plus Motown artists The Supremes, The Four Tops and Marvin Gaye. Along wit ...
Henry VIIIThe chief minister of, the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Cranmer suggested removal of the Rom ...
Crispian Mills... Hayley Mills whom he met on the set of The Family Way, and they had a son,. They divorced in 1977
Wallace Roney... ntrigue, which featured the playing of pianist Mulgrew Miller and trumpeter. Later that year he formed a quintet with Miller, Roney, saxophonist Bill ...
Olivier MessiaenPrime numbers have influenced many artists and writers. The French composerused prime numbers to create ametrical music through "natural phenomena". ...
Johann Sebastian Bach... surface, GEB examines logician Kurt Gödel, artist M. C. Escher and composer, discussing common themes in their work and lives. At a deeper level, the ...
Jon Lord... ucing commitments he was replaced by the former Deep Purple keyboard player, during sessions for the first LP
Rod Argent... o the attention of WEA Records. Her debut album, Ancient Heart, produced byand Peter Van Hooke, was released in September 1988 when she was 19 years ...
Arseny Avraamov... Morse code machine, sirens, steam engine, airplane motor, and typewriters.'s composition Symphony of Factory Sirens involved navy ship sirens and wh ...
Johann Baptist Cramer... Onslow, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Louise Farrenc, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Limmer,, and Hermann Goetz. Later composers who wrote chamber works for this quin ...
Ray Charles... influences include southern soul artists like Isaac Hayes, Clarence Carter,, Aretha Franklin plus Motown artists The Supremes, The Four Tops and Marv ...
Neil Diamond... ommercially successful duet, (US No. 1), "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" (with) (US No. 1) and "The Main Event" (US No. 3), some of which came from soun ...
Piotr Rubik... Meyer, Paweł Szymański, Krzesimir Dębski, Hanna Kulenty, Eugeniusz Knapik,and Paweł Mykietyn
Charles Gounod... a matter of debate. Other men closely linked to her included the composers(she created the title role in his opera Sapho) and Hector Berlioz (who in ...
Travis Barker... d in 2005, leading Hoppus to form the band +44 with fellow Blink-182 member. Blink-182 then announced their reformation in 2009. However, Hoppus stat ...
Ludwig Minkus... he Spanish Manuel de Falla, a Russian ballet by the Russian-German composer, a tone poem by the German composer Richard Strauss, a German film (1933) ...
Mike Herrera... NOFX, Black Flag and other Southern California skate punk bands. The trio—, Yuri Ruley, and Andy Husted—were classmates at Central Kitsap High Schoo ...
Paweł Mykietyn... ymański, Krzesimir Dębski, Hanna Kulenty, Eugeniusz Knapik, Piotr Rubik and
M.I.A.... everal artists including Paul Weller, Jarvis Cocker, Razorlight, Brian Eno,, Ian Brown, The Futureheads, Belle & Sebastian, Damon Albarn, Dizzee Rasc ...
Otto Luening... concrète approach that Davis and producer Teo Macero (who had studied withat Columbia University's Computer Music Center) had begun to explore in th ...
Eugeniusz Knapik... include Krzysztof Meyer, Paweł Szymański, Krzesimir Dębski, Hanna Kulenty,, Piotr Rubik and Paweł Mykietyn
Ernest Tubb... hese "honky tonk" songs associated barrooms, were performed by the likes of, Kitty Wells (the first major female country solo singer), Ted Daffan, Fl ...
Adam Sandler... ds of thousands of people to the city, and bringing famous celebrities likeand Madonna
Mitchum... at small, out-of-the-way Bridgeport, California in search of Jeff Bailey (). Jeff is dating local girl Ann Miller (Virginia Huston), whose parents a ...
Hector Berlioz... omposers Charles Gounod (she created the title role in his opera Sapho) and(who initially had her in mind for the role of Dido in Les Troyens, but ch ...
Manuel de Falla... ian composer Giovanni Paisiello, the French Jules Massenet, and the Spanish, a Russian ballet by the Russian-German composer Ludwig Minkus, a tone po ...
Peter Van Hooke... of WEA Records. Her debut album, Ancient Heart, produced by Rod Argent and, was released in September 1988 when she was 19 years old. The album peak ...
Johnnie Mortimer... an for 16 episodes from 25 February 1968. The scripts were written by Took,, Brian Cooke and Donald Webster. The cast was Horne, Williams, Paddick, M ...
Barry Gibb... old more albums. In 1980, she released her best-selling effort to date, the-produced Guilty. The album contained the hits "Woman in Love" (which spen ...
Jules Massenet... rt, including operas by the Italian composer Giovanni Paisiello, the French, and the Spanish Manuel de Falla, a Russian ballet by the Russian-German ...
Hanna Kulenty... odern composers include Krzysztof Meyer, Paweł Szymański, Krzesimir Dębski,, Eugeniusz Knapik, Piotr Rubik and Paweł Mykietyn
Pablo CasalsOther museums such as theMuseum, the Book Museum, Americas Museum and the National Gallery display ...
Chet Atkins... a session that featured his band, The Blue Moon Boys, as well as guitaristand pianist Floyd Cramer. "Heartbreak Hotel" is composed of an eight-bar b ...
Louise Farrenc... include those by Johann Nepomuk Hummel, George Onslow, Jan Ladislav Dussek,, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Limmer, Johann Baptist Cramer, and Hermann Goetz. ...
Mike Harding... st successes came from folk clubs, where performers such as Billy Connolly,and Jasper Carrott started as relatively straight musical acts whose betwe ...
Teo Macero... lmination of sorts of the musique concrète approach that Davis and producer(who had studied with Otto Luening at Columbia University's Computer Music ...
Randy Stonehill... ods preacher [and] poet." In 1971 Norman produced an album (Born Twice) for, who had been converted in August 1970 in Norman's kitchen
Krzysztof MeyerMore modern composers include, Paweł Szymański, Krzesimir Dębski, Hanna Kulenty, Eugeniusz Knapik, Piot ...
Haydn... section. Most classical pieces written for full orchestra since the time ofand Mozart are orchestrated to place emphasis on the strings, woodwinds, a ...
Roger MillerThe 707 is mentioned in the songs "Boeing Boeing 707" by; "Jet Airliner" performed by the Steve Miller Band and written by Paul Pe ...
Henry VIII... nerations down to Catherine's sister, Anne, who would serve all six of King's
Mae Boren Axton... and was the best-selling single of 1956. It was written by Tommy Durden and
Ferdinand Ries... Johann Nepomuk Hummel, George Onslow, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Louise Farrenc,, Franz Limmer, Johann Baptist Cramer, and Hermann Goetz. Later composers ...
Marvin Gaye... harles, Aretha Franklin plus Motown artists The Supremes, The Four Tops and. Along with Isaac Hayes, White is considered by Allmusic.com as the first ...
Claude Debussy... n he heard Richard Strauss's opera Salome, and told Diaghilev after hearing's opera Pelléas et Mélisande, "Do not make me listen to all these horrors ...
Giovanni Paisiello... y of works in other fields of art, including operas by the Italian composer, the French Jules Massenet, and the Spanish Manuel de Falla, a Russian ba ...
Claudio Monteverdi... extending to works including Johann Sebastian Bach's The Musical Offering,'s L'incoronazione di Poppea, and Jean-Philippe Rameau's Castor et Pollux
Henry VIII... ority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church, at first temporarily underand Edward VI and later permanently during the reign of Elizabeth I
Charles Previn... f, the head of the music department at Columbia Pictures. The Oscar went toof Universal Pictures for One Hundred Men and a Girl. John P. Livadary was ...
Stephen Sondheim... featured tunes by Rodgers & Hammerstein, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, and, who was persuaded to rework some of his songs especially for this record ...
Colin Matthews... rs who wrote chamber works for this quintet include Ralph Vaughan Williams,, Jon Deak, Frank Proto, and John Woolrich. Slightly larger sextets writte ...
Gustav Mahler... in 1918 brought instant status to the new orchestra. A friend of composersand Sergei Rachmaninoff, Gabrilowitsch demanded a new auditorium be built ...
Frederick II... ssia, was merged with the former Duchy of Prussia. On 31 January 1773, Kingannounced that the newly annexed lands were to be known as the Province of ...
Irmin Schmidt... c" (Texte 4, 505). Founding members of Cologne-based experimental band Can,and Holger Czukay, both studied with Stockhausen at the Cologne Courses fo ...
Tomasz Stańko... 70s. Some famous Polish jazz artists are: Krzysztof Komeda, Adam Makowicz,, Michał Urbaniak
John Coltrane... ger, Art Tatum, Yehudi Menuhin, Bing Crosby, The Moody Blues, Janis Joplin,, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sam Cooke, Di ...
Richard Wagner... vements. The introduction of valves made this process unnecessary (althoughwrote horn parts as if crooks were still in use, evoking the tradition whi ...
Johnny Cash... on Billboard's charts for that year were Elvis Presley, "Heartbreak Hotel";, "I Walk the Line"; and Carl Perkins, "Blue Suede Shoes"
Jon Secada... Lozada. The ceremony was emceed by Oprah Winfrey. In addition, Daryl Hall,and Diana Ross gave musical performances. Ross was also supposed to kick a ...
Marcel Dupré... the Detroit Symphony Orchestra into one of the world's most distinguished., a friend and fellow student from childhood, was organist for the session ...
Prince... a version. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman covered the song in a medley with's "Kiss", for the 2006 Warner Bros film Happy Feet. The song was also fea ...
Mandy Moore... yan Cartwright, and the romantic comedy Love, Wedding, Marriage (2011) with
Mack David... The Trouble with Harry (1955, "Flagging the Train to Tuscaloosa"; words by); Never Love a Stranger (1958, score); The Pusher (1960, score); Clean an ...
Michał Urbaniak... us Polish jazz artists are: Krzysztof Komeda, Adam Makowicz, Tomasz Stańko,
Nelson Cavaquinho... ded by composers from other Rio hills, as Cartola, Carlos Cachaça, and then, e Geraldo Pereira, Paulo da Portela, Alcides Malandro Histórico, Manacéi ...
Maria Malibran... was courted by Alfred de Musset, who had earlier been taken with her sister. Some sources say he asked for Pauline's hand in marriage, but she declin ...
Pete TownshendAccording to rock historian Walter Rasmussen,once said that The Who's 1969 album Tommy was inspired by the rock opera " ...
Janis Joplin... n, Percy Grainger, Art Tatum, Yehudi Menuhin, Bing Crosby, The Moody Blues,, John Coltrane, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald ...
Mel Brooks... ,” but the visuals show a Bollywood-style devi and a Taj Mahal-like castle.'s 1974 comedy Blazing Saddles leaves its Western setting when the climact ...
Bob Rock... rummer Mickey Curry to fill the drumming role and Aerosmith sound engineer,, to produce. Recorded in Vancouver, Canada from October to December 1988, ...
Krzysztof Komeda... which was most famous in 60s and 70s. Some famous Polish jazz artists are:, Adam Makowicz, Tomasz Stańko, Michał Urbaniak
Arrigo BoitoGiuseppe Verdi and librettistadapted Shakespeare's play to Otello, an Italian grand opera in four acts ...
Ace Frehley... ured celebrity judges including Kevin Bacon, Nile Rodgers, Cyndi Lauper and
Sergei Rachmaninoff... nstant status to the new orchestra. A friend of composers Gustav Mahler and, Gabrilowitsch demanded a new auditorium be built as a condition of his a ...
Jim Brickman... No. 1 hit song by Kathy Troccoli, in 1995. In 1999, Smith collaborated withon "Love of My Life" from the album Destiny, which went to No. 9 on the Ho ...
Madonna... ed after this city based on the results of a dart thrown randomly at a map.was born here and once referred to Bay City as "a stinky, little town in N ...
Charles Aznavour... me Expo New York 2002 that the name was originally based on the French name, a popular French-language singer. (Interestingly, the 2004 edition of th ...
Herbie Hancock... er Report's subsequent releases were refreshingly creative funk-jazz works.'s Headhunters band (1973) was also in the funk-jazz style. Both groups us ...
Jerome Kern... atinum. The album featured tunes by Rodgers & Hammerstein, George Gershwin,, and Stephen Sondheim, who was persuaded to rework some of his songs espe ...
John Mellencamp... . Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and American singer-songwriters likean
Link WrayPete Townshend, having been influenced by, is often credited for introducing the term and the power chord in genera ...
Jean-Philippe Rameau... s The Musical Offering, Claudio Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea, and's Castor et Pollux
Richard Rodgers... a castle to collect a debt and is mistaken for a baron. Featuring songs byand Lorenz Hart, it was directed by Rouben Mamoulian, who, with the help o ...
Camille Saint-Saëns... ion. Dupré, as a young student, had pulled the organ stops for the composerin a performance of the Symphony No. 3 in Paris, and the organ of Ford Aud ...
Jon Deak... mber works for this quintet include Ralph Vaughan Williams, Colin Matthews,, Frank Proto, and John Woolrich. Slightly larger sextets written for pian ...
Adam Makowicz... mous in 60s and 70s. Some famous Polish jazz artists are: Krzysztof Komeda,, Tomasz Stańko, Michał Urbaniak
Morris Stoloff... music, the nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original Score went to, the head of the music department at Columbia Pictures. The Oscar went to ...
Bobby ByrdIn 1952, while Brown was still in reform school, he met future R&B legend, who was there playing baseball against the reform school team. Byrd saw ...
Marty Robbins... ity in the late 1950s, most notably with the song El Paso first recorded byin September 1959
Artur Schnabel... a symphony orchestra concert with Gabrilowitsch conducting and guest artistat the piano. From 1934 to 1942, the orchestra performed for millions acro ...
Dimitri Tiomkin... for Best Supporting Actor to Joseph Schildkraut for the same film. Althoughcomposed the music, the nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original ...
Damon Albarn... e-up of 2003/4. The two would later work jointly once again during the 2008sessions for the fifth proper studio album. The other impetus being the th ...
Gioachino Rossini... era with an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Berio di Salsi and music bywas first performed at the Teatro del Fondo, Naples, on 4 December 1816. T ...
Joe Sumner... piece on the stage of the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris in 2008, with Sting,of Fiction Plane (Sting's son) and Sylvia Schwartz. Also released in 2006 ...
Mel Tormé... , Bing Crosby, The Moody Blues, Janis Joplin, John Coltrane, Frank Sinatra,, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sam Cooke, Diana Ross, Miles Davis, Her ...
William Walton... interests extended to music. While at Oxford he was introduced to the young, whose friend and patron he became. Walton later dedicated his Portsmouth ...
Malcolm McLaren... lph Richardson, Christina Rossetti, Sir Sidney Nolan, Alexander Litvinenko,, and Radclyffe Hall
Hermann Goetz... k, Louise Farrenc, Ferdinand Ries, Franz Limmer, Johann Baptist Cramer, and. Later composers who wrote chamber works for this quintet include Ralph V ...
Bobby ByrdIn 1955, Brown and's sister Sarah performed in a group called "The Gospel Starlighters". Eve ...
Van Morrison... have covered his songs, including Sammy Davis, Jr. Irish singer-songwriterand American singer-songwriters like John Mellencamp an
Henry VIII's... ishment except death, without being bound by normal court procedure. Duringreign, the Sovereign, on the advice of the Council, was allowed to enact l ...
Ralph Vaughan Williams... ann Goetz. Later composers who wrote chamber works for this quintet include, Colin Matthews, Jon Deak, Frank Proto, and John Woolrich. Slightly large ...
Petula Clark... ad been recorded of Norman's songs, including by Cliff Richard, Jack Jones,, Sammy Davis, Jr., Pat Boone, The Imperials, and The Oak Ridge Boys
Jelly Roll Morton... d name acts. Early on, MCA booked such prominent artists as King Oliver andfor clubs and speakeasies run by legendary notorious Chicago mobsters such ...
Luciano Berio... st 2000, 54); Stockhausen himself says the former band included students of, and the Grateful Dead were "well orientated toward new music" (Texte 4, ...
Koji Kondo... h games as Xenogears, Xenosaga Episode I, Chrono Cross, and Chrono Trigger., the main composer for Nintendo, is also prominent on the Japanese game m ...
Nile Rodgers... how lasted 13 episodes and featured celebrity judges including Kevin Bacon,, Cyndi Lauper and Ace Frehley
Ary Barroso... 1940s and then bolero the 1950s. The most famous composers were Noel Rosa,, Lamartine Babo, Braguinha (also known as João de Barro), and Ataulfo Alv ...
Schumann... The ballet Coppélia is based on two other stories that Hoffmann wrote. Also's Kreisleriana is based on one of Hoffmann's characters
Pat Boone... gs, including by Cliff Richard, Jack Jones, Petula Clark, Sammy Davis, Jr.,, The Imperials, and The Oak Ridge Boys
Noel Rosa... trot in the 1940s and then bolero the 1950s. The most famous composers were, Ary Barroso, Lamartine Babo, Braguinha (also known as João de Barro), an ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... . Ben Watson, in his article Noise as Permanent Revolution, points out that's Grosse Fuge (1825) "sounded like noise" to his audience at the time. In ...
Satyajit Ray... ince, whether they saw the films or not." He has also cited filmmakers like, Ingmar Bergman, Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini as a major infl ...
Henry VIII... agued previous monarchs came to an end. The reign of the second Tudor king,, was one of great political change. Religious upheaval and disputes with ...
Bob GeldofAt the end of 1984, Boy George was recruited byto attend the Band Aid recording, consisting of mostly internationally-kno ...
Chet Atkins... dually eroded as the Nashville sound grew more pop-oriented. Producers likecreated the Nashville sound by stripping the hillbilly elements of the ins ...
Joe Perry... earances by Paul Shaffer of "David Letterman" fame, and Aerosmith guitarist
Buddy Guy... 9, the band, who have been heavily influenced by The Rolling Stones, Faces,, Otis Redding, and Humble Pie, made a demo that led to their signing with ...
Richard Wagner... lowing Olivier's own Richard III) in a television miniseries about composer. In 1996 he played a wizard in the TV adaptation of Gulliver's Travels. G ...
Felix Mendelssohn... ets written for piano, string quartet, and double bass have been written by, Mikhail Glinka, Richard Wernick, and Charles Ives
George Gershwin... fied quadruple platinum. The album featured tunes by Rodgers & Hammerstein,, Jerome Kern, and Stephen Sondheim, who was persuaded to rework some of h ...
Johnny Cash... nd Kristopher Steven, born 30 November 1995, and named after family friendsand Christopher Reeve
Ivor Novello... nt, initially in a succession of love affairs with men, including the actor; Novello's former lover, the actor Glen Byam Shaw; German aristocrat Prin ...
Ignaz Moscheles... anging some of his mazurkas as songs, and even assisted her in this. Liszt,, Adolphe Adam, and others have left accounts of her excellent piano playi ...
Wes King... efs and how she wanted to spread the word of God. Smith wrote the song with, the brother-in-law of Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris. Smith ...
Noel Rosa... class, as the ex-student of law Ary Barroso and former student of medicine
Arturo Márquez... lude waltz composer Rodolfo Campodónico, opera singer Alfonso Ortiz Tirado,and classical music composer Pedro Vega Granillo
Paul McCartney... f concerts took place in the park, including performances by Van Halen, Sir, Celine Dion, Rammstein, Sir Elton John and Metallica
Ottorino Respighi... mposition that imitates the sound of a steam locomotive. Another example is's 1924 orchestral piece Pines of Rome, which included the phonographic pl ...
Edward SolomonThe Vicar of Bray is an 1882 comic opera by Sydney Grundy and. The opera is based on the character described in the 18th century song, ...
Adolphe Adam... s mazurkas as songs, and even assisted her in this. Liszt, Ignaz Moscheles,, and others have left accounts of her excellent piano playing
Mikhail Glinka... no, string quartet, and double bass have been written by Felix Mendelssohn,, Richard Wernick, and Charles Ives
Billie Holiday... by, The Moody Blues, Janis Joplin, John Coltrane, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé,, Ella Fitzgerald, Sam Cooke, Diana Ross, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hir ...
Jack Lawrence... Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938, "The Toy Trumpet"; with special lyrics by); Just Around the Corner (1938, "Brass Buttons and Epaulettes" [performed ...
Charles Theodore Pachelbel... e sons and two daughters. Two of the sons, Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel and, also became organ composers; the latter moved to the American colonies i ...
Kurt Cobain... band's early music (Andy Gill even produced the Chili Peppers debut album).stated that Nirvana started as "a Gang of Four and Scratch Acid ripoff". A ...
Ary Barroso... h has the endorsement of the youth's middle class, as the ex-student of lawand former student of medicine Noel Rosa
Henry Purcell... a wide variety of the Baroque repertoire, beginning with the viol music of, and extending to works including Johann Sebastian Bach's The Musical Off ...
Ray Charles... positions, heavily influenced by the work of contemporary musicians such as, Little Willie John, Clyde McPhatter and Little Richard
Nobuo UematsuAnother well-known author of video game music is. Even Uematsu's earlier compositions for the game series, Final Fantasy, ...
Robert BurnsDumfries was the hometown offrom 1791 until his death in 1796. The poet is now buried in St. Michael’s ...
Charles Ives's symphonic poem Decoration Day depicted the holiday as he experienced it ...
Alfonso X... nks also to the commercial privileges granted by the kings Alfonso VIII and, as well as to the repopulation of the area after the Reconquista
Franz LehárIn 1934, he starred in the first sound film of theoperetta The Merry Widow, one of his best-known films. In 1935, he signed ...
Johann Sebastian Bach... ning with the viol music of Henry Purcell, and extending to works including's The Musical Offering, Claudio Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea, a ...
Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel... on August 24, 1684. They had five sons and two daughters. Two of the sons,and Charles Theodore Pachelbel, also became organ composers; the latter mo ...
Christina Aguilera... ndtrack for House M.D. featured Costello's interpretation of "Beautiful" by, with the song appearing in the second episode of Series 2
John Cage... starting with 18th century concert hall music. Hegarty contends that it is's composition 4'33", in which an audience sits through four and a half mi ...
Granville Bantock... festivals he made the lifelong friendship of his near-contemporary composer(1868–1946)
Mick Jagger... s of 1960s celebrities and socialites including Terence Stamp, The Beatles,, Jean Shrimpton, PJ Proby, Cecil Beaton, Rudolf Nureyev, Andy Warhol and ...
Pixinguinha... of a type of samba that was quite different from those of Donga, Sinhô, and. The samba of Estácio de Sá signed up quickly as the samba carioca par ex ...
Little Willie John... avily influenced by the work of contemporary musicians such as Ray Charles,, Clyde McPhatter and Little Richard
Adam Sandler... musical director for 2001's The Concert For New York City, and accompanied's Opera Man sketch and the Backstreet Boys' "Quit Playing Games (With My ...
William Sterndale Bennett... hildren. One of his sons was named Sterndale after the English composer Sir. At this point (1907) a development unusual in British 20th century music ...
Eminem... ulture who aroused interest in poetry and lyrics, Heaney praised rap artist, saying "He has created a sense of what is possible. He has sent a voltag ...
Frank Proto... for this quintet include Ralph Vaughan Williams, Colin Matthews, Jon Deak,, and John Woolrich. Slightly larger sextets written for piano, string qua ...
Lorenz Hart... a debt and is mistaken for a baron. Featuring songs by Richard Rodgers and, it was directed by Rouben Mamoulian, who, with the help of the songwrite ...
Leopold I... masters under jurisdiction of the Emperor. In return for supporting Emperorin the War of the Spanish Succession, Elector Frederick III was allowed to ...
Helen TerryThe group's back-up singer,, began work on her solo album, for which George and Hay wrote the song "L ...
George Antheil... ncluded the phonographic playback of a nightingale recording. Also in 1924,created a work titled Ballet Mécanique with instrumentation that included ...
Stephen SondheimThe Vicar of Bray is also referenced in the song Parlour Songs in themusical, Sweeney Todd, although the song has been removed from more recent ...
Richard Strauss... formance and became a fervent enthusiast of the new music being produced byand the British composers of the day. Through attending music festivals he ...
Ossip GabrilowitschThe appointment of the Russian pianistas music director in 1918 brought instant status to the new orchestra. A f ...
Mark MothersbaughDevo founding member, through his company Mutato Muzika, purchased Scott's only (non-functioni ...
Holland–Dozier–Holland... premes songs written by the Motown songwriting and production team known as. In late 1963, Berry Gordy chose Diana Ross as the official lead singer o ...
Johnny Cash... rmers retained popularity, however, such as the long-standing cultural icon. The Bakersfield sound began in the mid to late 1950s when performers lik ...
Yasunori Mitsuda... ck-based tunes from their original MIDI format and created The Black Mages.is a highly known composer of such games as Xenogears, Xenosaga Episode I, ...
Celine Dion... place in the park, including performances by Van Halen, Sir Paul McCartney,, Rammstein, Sir Elton John and Metallica
John Woolrich... include Ralph Vaughan Williams, Colin Matthews, Jon Deak, Frank Proto, and. Slightly larger sextets written for piano, string quartet, and double ba ...
Chuck Berry... ers of rock and roll, such as Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, as well asand Ike Turner, while providing a framework for emerging honky tonk talent ...
Kerry King... bum. On October 21, 2010, during the final show of Jägermeister Music Tour,joined Megadeth on stage at the Gibson Amphitheater in Hollywood, Californ ...
Alessandro Stradella... d in the late seventeenth century, although the name was not used at first.seems to have written the first music in which two groups of different siz ...
Erroll Garner... on occasion. Waller influenced many pre-bop jazz pianists; Count Basie andhave both reanimated his hit songs (notably, "Ain't Misbehavin'"). In addi ...
Link Wray... re is disagreement over which was the first record to feature power chords.is often cited as having introduced power chords, especially with his 1958 ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... tet with double bass. Antonín Dvořák's String Quintet in G major, Op.77 and's Serenade in G major, K.525 ("Eine kleine Nachtmusik") are the most popu ...
Beethoven... llgemeine musikalische Zeitung, a newspaper in Leipzig, and his articles onwere especially well received, and highly regarded by the composer himself ...
Lee "Scratch" Perry... al, including a visit to Jamaica, spending time with famous reggae producer
Artur Kapp... n, Sergei Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi, Witold Maliszewski, Mykola Lysenko,, and Konstanty Gorski. Other students included the music critic and music ...
Lou Marini... Late Show regular Warren Zevon, jazz trumpeter Lew Soloff, jazz saxophonistand bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs. With Paul Jabara, he wrote and produced ...
Saint-Saëns... by composers such as Berlioz, Bizet, Fauré, Franck, Lalo, Liszt, Massenet,, Rachmaninov and Wagner
Robert Downey, Jr.... n the London stage from June to September 2005. In 2005, he co-starred within the action-comedy film Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. His performance was praised ...
Pete Townshend... d LP released in the US, "Happy Jack", their primary composer and guitarist, is said to have "an interest in Stockhausen". Rick Wright and Roger Wate ...
Anton WebernThe music ofis often imbued with palindromes. Webern, who had studied the music of the ...
Hank Snow... try star of 1955. Axton had been hired earlier in the year to publicise theJamboree concerts at the Gator Bowl Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, whic ...
Smokey Robinson... gs. Most of their early material was written and produced by Berry Gordy or. In December 1963, the single "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through ...
Duruflé... independently to music, such as Pie Iesu in the settings of Dvořák, Fauré,and John Rutter
Luigi Russolo, a Futurist artist of the very early 20th century, was perhaps the first ...
Joseph SchillingerRussian's influence as Gershwin's teacher of composition (1932–1936) was substant ...
Erik Satie... ed musical notes) and undesirable "noise" that make up all noise music fromto NON to Glenn Branca. Writing about Japanese noise music, Hegarty sugges ...
Eric DolphyWithWith Kenny Dorham With Gil Evans With Tommy Flanagan With Hal Galper With ...
Lars Ulrich... long standing feud with Metallica members James Hetfield and in particular. This feud stemmed from his ejection from the band, the method with which ...
Bernard van Dieren... relude". Lambert claimed that the theme was dictated to him by the ghost of, who had died in 1936
Lew Soloff... Plant, Peter Criss, Scandal, Late Show regular Warren Zevon, jazz trumpeter, jazz saxophonist Lou Marini and bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs. With Paul ...
Bach... ravinsky labeled with that term, owing more to the contrapuntal language ofthan the Classical clarity of Mozart
Roger Waters... te Townshend, is said to have "an interest in Stockhausen". Rick Wright andof Pink Floyd also acknowledge Stockhausen as an influence (Macon 1997, 14 ...
Dvořák... o have been set independently to music, such as Pie Iesu in the settings of, Fauré, Duruflé and John Rutter
Michael Stipe... although few of their followers were as arty or political. R.E.M. frontmancites Gang of Four as one of his band's chief influences ; Flea of the Red ...
Fauré... een set independently to music, such as Pie Iesu in the settings of Dvořák,, Duruflé and John Rutter
James Hetfield... l-known among fans, is Mustaine's long standing feud with Metallica membersand in particular Lars Ulrich. This feud stemmed from his ejection from th ...
George GershwinIn 2009, Harnoncourt recorded Porgy and Bess by
Constant LambertThe first movement from's ballet Horoscope (1938) is entitled "Palindromic Prelude". Lambert clai ...
Bach... collections of concerti grossi, and several of the Brandenburg Concertos byalso loosely follow the concerto grosso form
Antonín Dvořák... string quintets, there are a few works for string quartet with double bass.'s String Quintet in G major, Op.77 and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Serenade ...
Miles DavisWithWith Eric Dolphy With Kenny Dorham With Gil Evans With Tommy Flanagan With ...
Cerys Matthews... s host to free musical performances (from artists such as Ash, Jimmy Cliff,, the Fun Loving Criminals, Soul II Soul and The Magic Numbers), fairgroun ...
La Monte Young... y Bascule VII), the music of Hermann Nitsch's Orgien Mysterien Theater, and's bowed gong works from the late 1960s. Genres such as industrial, indust ...
Wilko Johnson... Barry Upton. Throughout 2005 and 2006 Otway teamed up with The Hamsters andas part of The Mad, the Bad & the Dangerous tour. A DVD of the tour was re ...
Ludacris... ed to enjoy success with singles such as "Burn", "Saturday Night" featuringand ""
Airto Moreira... val, thanks to the pedigree of the group’s members (including percussionist), and their unorthodox approach to their music. The album featured a soft ...
Glenn Branca... undesirable "noise" that make up all noise music from Erik Satie to NON to. Writing about Japanese noise music, Hegarty suggests that "it is not a g ...
Konstanty Gorski... iev, Ottorino Respighi, Witold Maliszewski, Mykola Lysenko, Artur Kapp, and. Other students included the music critic and musicologist Alexander Osso ...
Peggy Lee... obby Darin, The Who, Free, Eels, The Guess Who, Bill Withers, Betty Carter,, The Folk Implosion, Gomez, and Bob Dylan, as well as two cover versions— ...
Pat Hare... cordings. Robert Palmer has argued that blues guitarists Willie Johnson and, both of whom played for Sun Records in the early 1950s, were the true or ...
Vernon Duke... usical relationship with his teacher was written by Gershwin's close friend, also a Schillinger student, in an article for the Musical Quarterly in 1 ...
Justin Bieber... on has achieved international acclaim and has been compared to the likes ofand Miley Cyrus. Simpson's music has charted all over the world
Warren Zevon... Collins, Nina Hagen, Robert Plant, Peter Criss, Scandal, Late Show regular, jazz trumpeter Lew Soloff, jazz saxophonist Lou Marini and bluegrass leg ...
Witold Maliszewski... Anatoly Lyadov, Alexander Spendiaryan, Sergei Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi,, Mykola Lysenko, Artur Kapp, and Konstanty Gorski. Other students include ...
Harold Arlen... , in jazz, and in conventional popular songs with a "blue" feeling, such as's "Stormy Weather." Blue notes are also prevalent in English folk music. ...
Howlin' Wolf... rue originators of the power chord, citing as evidence Johnson's playing on's "How Many More Years" (recorded 1951) and Hare's playing on James Cotto ...
Igor Stravinsky... or qué nací?", the first movement of three in his fourth book of Madrigals.'s final composition, The Owl and the Pussy Cat, is a palindrome
Neil Ardley... a nearby lake. In 1978 he played guitar on album Harmony of the Spheres by
Kenneth Amis... ngwriter Heather Nova, tenor Gary Burgess, classical musician and conductor, and more recently, dancehall artist Collie Buddz
Franck... s have been based on his poetry by composers such as Berlioz, Bizet, Fauré,, Lalo, Liszt, Massenet, Saint-Saëns, Rachmaninov and Wagner
Amy Denio... Quartet, Steroid Maximus (J. G. Thirlwell), Jon Rauhouse, The Tiptons (with), Jeremy Cohen's Quartet San Francisco, Skip Heller, Phillip Johnston, an ...
Charles Ives... ave been written by Felix Mendelssohn, Mikhail Glinka, Richard Wernick, and
Handel... asso continuo with some combination of harpsichord, organ, lute or theorbo.wrote several collections of concerti grossi, and several of the Brandenbu ...
Betty Carter... s by Newman, Bobby Darin, The Who, Free, Eels, The Guess Who, Bill Withers,, Peggy Lee, The Folk Implosion, Gomez, and Bob Dylan, as well as two cove ...
Henry VIIISincebroke with Rome, the Archbishops of Canterbury have been selected by the E ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize winners, Pope Benedict XVI, Heinrich Heine,and Joseph Schumpeter. In the years 2010 and 2011, the Times Higher Educat ...
Billie Holiday... adway. She received a Best Actress Academy Award nomination for her role asin Lady Sings the Blues (1972), for which she won a Golden Globe award. Sh ...
Tom DeLonge... tended Rancho Bernardo High School, and had become friends with new studentover the summer. DeLonge recalled the meeting in 2000: "When I first met M ...
Bobby Capó... they participated in the annual special show of Banco Popular dedicated to. The band performed the song "Sale el Sol" in the show
Frederick II of Prussia... 40, date at which the prince-bishop Georges-Louis de Berghes bought it from. By that time, the town was mainly known for its able craftsmen: ceramist ...
Lalo... een based on his poetry by composers such as Berlioz, Bizet, Fauré, Franck,, Liszt, Massenet, Saint-Saëns, Rachmaninov and Wagner
Mykola Lysenko... ander Spendiaryan, Sergei Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi, Witold Maliszewski,, Artur Kapp, and Konstanty Gorski. Other students included the music crit ...
Richard Wernick... et, and double bass have been written by Felix Mendelssohn, Mikhail Glinka,, and Charles Ives
Robert PlantThe band has opened for various rock acts such as Heart,, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the Dave Matthews Band, the Grateful De ...
George Crumb... any other composers, including James Tenney, and most famously Béla Bartók.also used musical palindrome to text paint the Federico García Lorca poem ...
Peter Criss... go, Robert Burns, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Nina Hagen, Robert Plant,, Scandal, Late Show regular Warren Zevon, jazz trumpeter Lew Soloff, jazz ...
Edgard Varèse... nstruments. Beginning in the early 20th century, perhaps with Ionisation bywhich used air-raid sirens (among other things), composers began to requir ...
Sergei Prokofiev... udents who later found fame included Anatoly Lyadov, Alexander Spendiaryan,, Ottorino Respighi, Witold Maliszewski, Mykola Lysenko, Artur Kapp, and K ...
Marianne Faithfull... for record album sleeve art for performers including The Rolling Stones and. One of Bailey's most famous works depicts the Rolling Stones. It feature ...
J. G. Thirlwell... and performed Scott's music, as have the Kronos Quartet, Steroid Maximus (), Jon Rauhouse, The Tiptons (with Amy Denio), Jeremy Cohen's Quartet San ...
Dave Mason... ntal activities will take place on the Mall on April 22, 2012. Cheap Trick,, Kicking Daisies and The Explorers Club will perform and Congressmen John ...
Béla Bartók... ch form, by many other composers, including James Tenney, and most famously. George Crumb also used musical palindrome to text paint the Federico Gar ...
Paul Simon... th the Gershwins. On March 1, 2007, the first Gershwin Prize was awarded to
Brumel... before the Council of Trent set down the texts given above. The requiem of, circa 1500, is the first to include the Dies Iræ. In the early polyphoni ...
John Taverner... laureate John Betjeman there, Gerard Manley Hopkins the poet, the composersand John Rutter, John Venn the inventor of Venn diagrams, actor Geoffrey P ...
Peter SchickeleJohn Cage, Harry Partch, Edgard Varèse, and, all noted composers, created entire pieces of music using unconventional ...
Travis Barker... drinking problem became far too prevalent. Hoppus and DeLonge asked drummerof Blink-182's support band The Aquabats to fill in for Raynor for the rem ...
Antonio Vivaldi... wrote concertos in the style of Corelli. He also had a strong influence on
Rupert Holmes... Way in 1988. She recorded several cuts for the album under the direction of, including "On My Own" (from Les Misérables), a medley of "How Are Things ...
Alexander Spendiaryan... unov and Stravinsky, students who later found fame included Anatoly Lyadov,, Sergei Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi, Witold Maliszewski, Mykola Lysenko, ...
Tori Amos... ow were Enrique Iglesias, Sheryl Crow, Janice Robinson, Lulu, Joan Jett and
Paul Hindemith... works by Darius Milhaud, Luigi Boccherini (3 quintets), Harold Shapero, and
Ottorino Respighi... ound fame included Anatoly Lyadov, Alexander Spendiaryan, Sergei Prokofiev,, Witold Maliszewski, Mykola Lysenko, Artur Kapp, and Konstanty Gorski. Ot ...
Marvin Gaye... ncluding providing hand claps and singing backup for Motown artists such asand The Temptations. During these years, all three members took turns sing ...
Harold Shapero... ertoire, along with works by Darius Milhaud, Luigi Boccherini (3 quintets),, and Paul Hindemith
Rubén Blades... ny Orchestra. In the concert, they played their hits as well as covers from, Danny Rivera, Silvio Rodríguez, and Puerto Rican Salsa superstars El Gra ...
Edgard VarèseJohn Cage, Harry Partch,, and Peter Schickele, all noted composers, created entire pieces of music ...
Bernhard Lang... rrer and other late modernists such as Helmut Lachenmann, Olga Neuwirth and
Friedrich Nietzsche... y are often confused with one another. A primary cause of confusion is thatis an important philosopher in both fields, but also the existentialist in ...
John Rutter... eman there, Gerard Manley Hopkins the poet, the composers John Taverner and, John Venn the inventor of Venn diagrams, actor Geoffrey Palmer, Anthony ...
Giuseppe Torelli... not long after, composers such as Francesco Geminiani, Pietro Locatelli andwrote concertos in the style of Corelli. He also had a strong influence on ...
John Donne... losed and self-contained, as opposed to the enjambed couplets of poets like. The heroic couplet is often identified with the English Baroque works of ...
James Tenney... s are sections and pieces, in arch form, by many other composers, including, and most famously Béla Bartók. George Crumb also used musical palindrome ...
Daniel Bukvich... y Close (2005) incorporates the bombings into essential parts of the story.wrote a musical interpretation of the events called "Symphony No. 1 (In Me ...
Dufay... est surviving polyphonic setting. There was a setting by the elder composer, possibly earlier, which is now lost: Ockeghem's may have been modelled o ...
Fauré... melodies have been based on his poetry by composers such as Berlioz, Bizet,, Franck, Lalo, Liszt, Massenet, Saint-Saëns, Rachmaninov and Wagner
Luigi Boccherini... most popular pieces in this repertoire, along with works by Darius Milhaud,(3 quintets), Harold Shapero, and Paul Hindemith
Pietro Locatelli... rossi was published; not long after, composers such as Francesco Geminiani,and Giuseppe Torelli wrote concertos in the style of Corelli. He also had ...
Olga Neuwirth... ts founder Beat Furrer and other late modernists such as Helmut Lachenmann,and Bernhard Lang
Wilbur Hatch... he sat in and played professionally with various bands, including those of, Floyd Bean, and Carlisle Evans. In the spring of 1920 he performed for t ...
Albert Von Tilzer... t 'till She Ate that Apple". He collaborated with other composers includingand Chris Smith
Nathaniel Shilkret... d he left. The conductor's baton was taken over by Victor's staff conductor
Don ByronClarinetisthas recorded and performed Scott's music, as have the Kronos Quartet, Ster ...
Paul Jabara... Soloff, jazz saxophonist Lou Marini and bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs. With, he wrote and produced the song "It's Raining Men," which was a #2 hit in ...
Igor Stravinsky... ught, including Glazunov, or those he taught privately at his home, such as. Apart from Glazunov and Stravinsky, students who later found fame includ ...
Harry PartchJohn Cage,, Edgard Varèse, and Peter Schickele, all noted composers, created entire ...
Uncle Dave Macon... M in Nashville to the present day. Some of the early stars on the Opry were, Roy Acuff and African American harmonica player DeFord Bailey. WSM's 50, ...
Berlioz... being readily used in an ordinary funeral service; the requiems of Gossec,, Verdi, and Dvořák are essentially dramatic concert oratorios. A counter- ...
Helmut Lachenmann... m Wien, including its founder Beat Furrer and other late modernists such as, Olga Neuwirth and Bernhard Lang
Alban BergThe interlude from's opera Lulu is a palindrome, as are sections and pieces, in arch form, b ...
Charles Avison, the leading British composer of concertos in the 18th century, was born ...
Francesco Geminiani... lve of his concerti grossi was published; not long after, composers such as, Pietro Locatelli and Giuseppe Torelli wrote concertos in the style of Co ...
Victor Young... ased on the film for American Decca Records. The score for the album was by
Fauré... of the liturgical prescription, most frequently the Gradual and the Tract.omits the Dies iræ, while the very same text had often been set by French ...
Anton BrucknerIn 2002 he recorded's Symphony No. 9 with the Vienna Philharmonic, with an accompanying secon ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... e goes forward twice and backward twice and arrives back at the same place.'s Scherzo-Duetto di Mozart is played by one violinist as written and the ...
Darius Milhaud... musik") are the most popular pieces in this repertoire, along with works by, Luigi Boccherini (3 quintets), Harold Shapero, and Paul Hindemith
Mitch MurrayScott's novelty record "My Brother" (written by, released 1962 on PYE) was based on this schoolboy character (he dressed ...
Beat Furrer... ding the Viennese new music ensemble Klangforum Wien, including its founderand other late modernists such as Helmut Lachenmann, Olga Neuwirth and Ber ...
Kenny DorhamWithWith Gil Evans With Tommy Flanagan With Hal Galper With Stan Getz With Dex ...
Hermann Nitsch... recordings of his sound sculpture (specifically Bascule VII), the music of's Orgien Mysterien Theater, and La Monte Young's bowed gong works from th ...
Suzanne VegaKarlheinz Brandenburg used a CD recording of's song "Tom's Diner" to assess and refine the MP3 compression algorithm. ...
Michael Jackson... lings present at Reagan-UCLA Medical Center on June 25, 2009, after brotherwas pronounced dead after suffering cardiac arrest. She was named as the i ...
Bob Dylan... Who, Bill Withers, Betty Carter, Peggy Lee, The Folk Implosion, Gomez, and, as well as two cover versions—The Beatles' "Because" performed by Elliot ...
Robert Simpson... ctively, were recorded at the De Montfort Hall, Leicester. The producer was. The LP was released by Unicorn Records in 1973. A special edition of the ...
John Cage(Sometimes referred to as "found" instruments or as custom percussion), Harry Partch, Edgard Varèse, and Peter Schickele, all noted composers, c ...
Moon MullicanMany musicians performed and recorded songs in any number of styles., for example, played Western swing, but also recorded songs that can be c ...
Pete Townshend... y be emphasized, "by muting the strings and plucking the chord repeatedly.", having been influenced by Link Wray, is often credited for introducing t ...
Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 47 in G is nicknamed "the Palindrome". The third movement, ...
Jimmy Page... hews Band, the Grateful Dead, Aerosmith and ZZ Top, and performed live withand Oasis, among others. The band has sold over 30 million albums, and is ...
Sting... oan Jett & The Blackhearts & R.E.M. in August 1983, (a concert that bassistdescribed as "like playing the top of Mount Everest"), The Rolling Stones ...
Natacha Atlas... Love". Contributors included Laurie Anderson, who also appared on Zoolook,and Sharon Corr
Arcangelo CorelliThe first major composer to use the term concerto grosso was. After Corelli's death, a collection of twelve of his concerti grossi was ...
Miles Davis... on the avant-garde experiments which Zawinul and Shorter had pioneered withon Bitches Brew (including an avoidance of head-and-chorus composition in ...
Anatoly Lyadov... Apart from Glazunov and Stravinsky, students who later found fame included, Alexander Spendiaryan, Sergei Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi, Witold Malis ...
Chuck Berry... artists of these periods had tremendous influence on rock musicians such asin the 1950s, as well as on the British blues and blues-rock scenes of the ...
Pat BooneNorman, along with; Arthur Blessitt; Duane Pederson; Jack Sparks, a founder of the Spiritual ...
Stephen Foster... ty, which is surrounded on three sides by the Suwannee River made famous by
Thomas Newman's score was recorded in Santa Monica, California. He mainly used percussi ...
Weber... and 20th century. Hugo himself particularly enjoyed the music of Gluck andand greatly admired Beethoven, and rather unusually for his time, he also ...
Janet Jackson... e feat for an artist of Streisand's age, especially given that it relegated's Janet to the No. 2 spot). One of the album's highlights was a medley of ...
Chuck Berry... Halliwell in 2001. Shaffer and The World's Most Dangerous Band perform thesong "Roll over Beethoven" for the 1992 film Beethoven
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Johnny Winter... s of the 1960s and '70s, including among others Eric Clapton in Britain andin Texas
Ray Charles... paign, demanding such a modification be corrected. One being the removal of's "Georgia on My Mind" from the season two finalé, "M.I.A.", during a sce ...
Björk... uary 2006, Baker was voted the fourth most eccentric star. He was beaten by, Chris Eubank and David Icke
Michael Tilson Thomas... cal music critics. Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by, the recording was released on CD in September by Deutsche Grammophon. Co ...
Suzanne VegaThe song Tom's Diner bywas the first song used by Karlheinz Brandenburg to develop the MP3. Brand ...
George Frideric Handel... onsiderable influence on most of the famous late Baroque composers, such as, Domenico Scarlatti or Georg Philipp Telemann. He did influence Johann Se ...
Herbie Hancock... -jazz, as far from pop music as any other Davis work. Davis alumni, pianist, released four albums of the short-lived (1970–1973) psychedelic-jazz sub ...
Paul Hindemith... r similar forces, he added one more violin for his Octet in F major, D.803.used the same instrumentation as Schubert for his own Octet. In the realm ...
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Chuck Berry... Sebastian said it sounded like a combination of "Mississippi John Hurt and," prompting his friend, Fritz Richmond, to suggest the name "Lovin' Spoon ...
Herbie Hancock... sicians such as Miles Davis (Bergstein 1992), Cecil Taylor, Charles Mingus,, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006), and Anthony Braxton (Radano 19 ...
Nick Cave... music, from the internationally renowned work of the Bee Gees, AC/DC, INXS,, Savage Garden, the Seekers, or pop diva Kylie Minogue to the popular loc ...
Joseph HaydnShe also arranged instrumental works by, Franz Schubert and Johannes Brahms as songs. She was on very friendly te ...
Paulinho da Viola... ereira, Zé Kéti, Candeia, Ciro Monteiro, Nelson Cavaquinho, Elton Medeiros,, Martinho da Vila, and many others
Brahms... ic requiem, and which provided inspiration for the mighty German Requiem by
Jimmy Page... solo as Beverley Kutner and had worked with artists such as Nick Drake and. Her second album with Martyn was The Road to Ruin, also released in 1970 ...
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Michael McClure... George Brecht, William Burroughs, Sergei Eisenstein, Fluxus, Allan Kaprow,, Yoko Ono, Jackson Pollock, Luigi Russolo, and Dziga Vertov
Roger Taylor... r 1993, May returned to the studio with fellow surviving Queen band membersand John Deacon to work on tracks that became Made in Heaven, the final Qu ...
Domenico Scarlatti... most of the famous late Baroque composers, such as George Frideric Handel,or Georg Philipp Telemann. He did influence Johann Sebastian Bach indirect ...
Palestrina... time, he also appreciated works by composers from earlier centuries such asand Monteverdi
César Cui... p of Glazunov after Borodin's death, and the orchestration of passages from's William Ratcliff for its first production in 1869. He also completely o ...
Verdi... adily used in an ordinary funeral service; the requiems of Gossec, Berlioz,, and Dvořák are essentially dramatic concert oratorios. A counter-reactio ...
Thomas NewmanIn 1995, she released Lovers in the City, which she co-produced with. Again, the album was a commercial failure and in 1996 her contract with ...
Robert Burns... his army, with only £1,000 and 255 pairs of shoes having been handed over.moved to Dumfriesshire in 1788 and Dumfries itself in 1791, living there u ...
Mark Pender... e show (more so after Andy Richter's departure). The other six members wereon trumpet, Richie "LaBamba" Rosenberg on trombone, Mike Merritt on bass, ...
Al Dexter... from thinking too much and to go right on ordering the whiskey." East Texanhad a hit with "Honky Tonk Blues," and seven years later "Pistol Packin' M ...
Frédéric Chopin... t many happy hours at George Sand's home at Nohant, with Sand and her lover. The warmth of feeling that existed between Viardot and Chopin was based ...
Jonas HellborgWithand the Soldier String Quarte
Martinho da Vila... ndeia, Ciro Monteiro, Nelson Cavaquinho, Elton Medeiros, Paulinho da Viola,, and many others
John Sebastian... o the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. When asked about his band, leadersaid it sounded like a combination of "Mississippi John Hurt and Chuck Ber ...
Beethoven... entury musical opinion directly through his music criticism. His reviews of's Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 (1808) and other important works set ...
Yusef Lateef... Miles Davis (Bergstein 1992), Cecil Taylor, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock,(Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006), and Anthony Braxton (Radano 1993, 110) cite S ...
Charlie Chaplin... dimir Lenin rented a little "chalet" at the French bank, near Geneva. Actorspent his final years and passed away in Vevey (there is a memorial statue ...
Nick Drake... iously recorded solo as Beverley Kutner and had worked with artists such asand Jimmy Page. Her second album with Martyn was The Road to Ruin, also re ...
Johnny Mathis... lights was a medley of "I Have A Love" / "One Hand, One Heart", a duet with, who Streisand said is one of her favorite singers (this is stated in the ...
Dvořák... in an ordinary funeral service; the requiems of Gossec, Berlioz, Verdi, andare essentially dramatic concert oratorios. A counter-reaction to this ten ...
Georges DelerueThe soundtrack for Joe Versus the Volcano, composed by, was released in very limited numbers as a promotional item. Only 3000 co ...
Mozart... – the finale has all the glory and ease of movement of the last movement of's Symphony No. 41
Ron Moody... sary. It was presented by Jonathan James-Moore and included interviews with, Bill Pertwee, Eric Merriman's son Andy, Brian Cooke, Barry Took's ex-wif ...
Franz Schubert... o, and bass. When the clarinetist Ferdinand Troyer commissioned a work fromfor similar forces, he added one more violin for his Octet in F major, D.8 ...
Miles DavisJazz musicians such as(Bergstein 1992), Cecil Taylor, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Late ...
Cole Porter... came when choreographer Michael Kidd cast her as the second female lead in's musical Can-Can (1953), starring French prima donna Lilo. Out-of-town r ...
Burn's... festivities now is to study old traditions, and hold a Scotch party, usingpoem Hallowe'en as a guide; or to go a-souling as the English used. In sho ...
Johannes BrahmsShe also arranged instrumental works by Joseph Haydn, Franz Schubert andas songs. She was on very friendly terms with Clara Schumann
Friedrich NietzscheNarratives of decline can be identified in morality:'s amorality, Freud’s description of co-operation as sublimation, Stanley ...
Kylie Minogue... e Bee Gees, AC/DC, INXS, Nick Cave, Savage Garden, the Seekers, or pop divato the popular local content of John Farnham, Jimmy Barnes or Paul Kelly. ...
Nick Lowe... atest album, Sentimental. The album, which features two collaborations with, was released on the French label, Naïve Records
Allen Toussaint... of Live at the Apollo with a string of singles that, along with the work ofin New Orleans, essentially defined the foundation of Funk music. Driven b ...
Dieterich Buxtehude... e northern German school, because he dedicated the Hexachordum Apollinis to. Also composed in the final years were Italian-influenced concertato Vesp ...
Steve Taylor... through Compassion International. Smith finished work on a film directed byentitled The Second Chance which was released on February 17, 2006 in sele ...
Vaughan Williams... te Victorian street music. Brian's music often includes a violin solo, like's music, but whereas with Vaughan Williams the solo violin writing is lon ...
Franz Anton Hoffmeister... most famous instrumental works and have also been adapted for wind quartet.wrote four String Quartets for Solo Double Bass, Violin, Viola, and Cello ...
Madonna... a live action all-star cast film, along with Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman and
Bach... sed a recording of his favorite classical piano pieces by composers such as, Scarlatti, and Schubert. Some recordings are available on the Piano Soci ...
Weber... l Maria von Weber, written in 1943. It takes melodies from various works by, mainly piano duets, but also one from the overture to his incidental mus ...
Max Merritt & The Meteors... of acts also came from New Zealand, including Ray Columbus & the Invaders,, Dinah Lee, Larry's Rebels and The La De Das
Alexander Borodin... ished unheard or become lost entirely. This work included the completion of's opera Prince Igor, which Rimsky-Korsakov undertook with the help of Gla ...
Robert Fripp... left to work with The Rolling Stones and was replaced by Sara Lee, who was's bassist in League of Gentlemen. Lee was as good a singer as bassist, an ...
Joan Baez... h innovative musicians Johnny Rodriguez, Ritchie Valens and Linda Ronstadt., who was also of Mexican-American descent, included Hispanic themes in so ...
Dexter GordonWithWith Herbie Hancock With Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter and Wal ...
John Barry... dy Geeson, Jenny Agutter and Wendy Richard. The theme music was composed by
Nick Drake... of the 1970s, Solid Air, the title song a tribute to the singer-songwriter, a close friend and label-mate, who died in 1974 from an overdose of anti ...
Clara Schumann... Schubert and Johannes Brahms as songs. She was on very friendly terms with
Luigi Russolo... senstein, Fluxus, Allan Kaprow, Michael McClure, Yoko Ono, Jackson Pollock,, and Dziga Vertov
Michael McKean... llar Celebrity Invitational, winning $250,000 for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.won the tournament, while Cheech Marin came in third
Benjamin Britten... African-American cast), a BBC mime production starring Marcel Marceau, and's 1947 chamber orchestra composition Men of Goodwill: Variations on 'A Ch ...
Madonna... istory of the United Kingdom charts, based upon a tally of her career hits.would eventually succeed Ross as the most successful female artist in the ...
Cat Stevens... red in 1970 by Island Records' Chris Blackwell to shoot publicity photos offor his upcoming album Tea for the Tillerman. Stevens (now known as Yusuf ...
Marvin Gaye... claps and background vocals for the songs of other Motown artists includingand Mary Wells. In January 1961, Gordy finally relented and agreed to sign ...
Tracey ThornAfter Shara Nelson left, the band brought in Everything but the Girl'sas a new vocalist. Cameron McVey abandoned his role as Massive Attack's ma ...
Igor Stravinsky... , London, Decca, Mercury, RCA, Chandos and DSO labels. The DSO recording of's The Rite of Spring was the first CD to win the prestigious Grand Prix d ...
Gioachino Rossini... tly smaller string works with the double bass include six string sonatas by, for two violins, cello, and double bass written at the age of twelve ove ...
Irving Berlin's... lar culture, such as the Ritz Hotel in London, through its association withsong, 'Puttin' on the Ritz'. The Algonquin Hotel in New York City is famed ...
Cecil TaylorJazz musicians such as Miles Davis (Bergstein 1992),, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006) ...
Vic Schoen... d back in the United States. His first full American tour was in 1955, withas arranger and musical director. The Billy Wilder film Love in the Aftern ...
Franz SchubertShe also arranged instrumental works by Joseph Haydn,and Johannes Brahms as songs. She was on very friendly terms with Clara Sc ...
Charles MingusJazz musicians such as Miles Davis (Bergstein 1992), Cecil Taylor,, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006), and Anthony Br ...
Buddy Killen... "strange and almost morbid". Axton, however, agreed a publishing deal with, a young Nashville bass player, who had recently set up his own publishin ...
Desmond Child... ad Name", "Livin' on a Prayer", and "Without Love" which were co-written by. Desmond Child was brought in by the record company to help write some of ...
Herbie HancockWithWith Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter and Wallace Roney With Jona ...
Fletcher Henderson... oldkette in 1926. The band toured widely and famously played a set oppositeat the Roseland Ballroom in New York City in . The following year, Trumbau ...
James Pankow... ed of Parazaider, guitarist Terry Kath, drummer Danny Seraphine, trombonist, trumpet player Lee Loughnane. The last to arrive was keyboardist Robert ...
Antonio Russolo... ound forms" to train people to be "true music receivers and creators" ( ,)., another Italian Futurist composer and Luigi's brother, produced a record ...
James William Guercio... d to Los Angeles, California under the guidance of their friend and manager, and signed with Columbia Records. After signing with Guercio, The Big Th ...
Karl-Birger BlomdahlAn opera byalso called Aniara premiered in 1959 with a libretto by Erik Lindegren bas ...
Denny Doherty... ing local coffee houses and small clubs (two other members, Cass Elliot and, would later form half of the Mamas & the Papas). Drummer-vocalist Joe Bu ...
Roma Ryan... album Amarantine Enya sings in Japanese and Loxian, a language invented by. The vocabulary is formed by Enya singing the notes to which Roma provide ...
Michael Tilson Thomas... lumbia Jazz Band playing the original jazz-band accompaniment, conducted by. The flip side of the Columbia Masterworks release features Tilson Thomas ...
Mike Moran... ance was May (Lead Vocals & Lead Guitar), Cozy Powell (Drums & Percussion),(Keyboards), Rick Wakeman (Keyboards), Maggie Ryder (Backing vocals), Miri ...
Benjamin Britten... Epstein is mounted on the exterior of the new cathedral near the entrance.'s War Requiem, regarded by some as his masterpiece, was written for the o ...
Sheldon HarnickFiddler on the Roof is a musical with music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by, and book by Joseph Stein, set in Tsarist Russia in 1905. It is based on ...
Noel Rosa... been many great names in samba, such as Ismael Silva, Cartola, Ary Barroso,, Ataulfo Alves, Wilson Batista, Geraldo Pereira, Zé Kéti, Candeia, Ciro M ...
Desmond Child... changed their approach for their next album. Hiring professional songwriteras a collaborator, the group wrote 30 songs and auditioned them for local ...
Johann Adam Reincken... c, the style of northern German composers (Georg Böhm, Dieterich Buxtehude,) played a more important role in the development of Bach's talent
Mario Davidovsky... and double bass; Mohammed Fairouz's Litany for double bass and wind quartet;'s Festino for guitar, viola, cello, and double bass; and Iannis Xenakis' ...
Alex LifesonAll songs written by, Geddy Lee and Neil Peart, except where noted
Noël Coward... , making Alan Ayckbourn rich and earning him a congratulatory telegram from. This was not quite the end of Ayckbourn's hit-and-miss record, because h ...
Bob Rock... pinions. Bruce Fairbairn was chosen as the main producer of the album, withas the mixer
Lazare Saminsky... uded the music critic and musicologist Alexander Ossovsky, and the composer
Neil PeartAll songs written by Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee and, except where noted
Scarlatti... recording of his favorite classical piano pieces by composers such as Bach,, and Schubert. Some recordings are available on the Piano Society website ...
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Jeff Bridges... t was remade as Against All Odds (1984) with Rachel Ward in the Greer role,filling in for Mitchum, and James Woods as a variation of Kirk Douglas' vi ...
Larry Fast... this album were George Small, Tony DaVilio, Hugh McCracken, Carmine Rojas,and Allen Childs. Fritz, keeping with Taylor tradition, took aim once agai ...
Neil Peart... mitted in the 2010 documentary film that he thought bandmates Alex Lifeson,and he were "pretty high" during the making of Caress of Steel
Bobby Byrd... rd promotion beyond the "black" market, James Brown and fellow Famous Flameformed a production company, Fair Deal, to promote sales of Brown's record ...
Johann Christoph Pepusch... Club. He is best remembered for The Beggar's Opera (1728), set to music by. The characters, including Captain Macheath and Polly Peachum, became hou ...
Mel Brooks... e played Ippolit Vorobyaninov alongside Frank Langella (as Ostap Bender) in' version of The Twelve Chairs (1970). In 2003, he starred in the black co ...
Gackt... tracks are sold on CD. Famous singers like Hikaru Utada, Ayumi Hamasaki andsometimes sing songs for games as well, and this is also seen as a way for ...
Johann Heinrich Buttstett... uence was mostly limited to his pupils, most notably Johann Christoph Bach,, Andreas Nicolaus Vetter, and two of Pachelbel's sons, Wilhelm Hieronymus ...
Jon Bon Jovi... ay to fame, include Bruce Springsteen, Clarence Clemons, the E Street Band,and Bon Jovi, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Patti Smith, Arthur P ...
Ozzy Osbourne... st selling album in the world. Black Sabbath had split with original singerin 1979 and replaced him with Ronnie James Dio, formerly of Rainbow, givin ...
Alex LifesonGeddy Lee admitted in the 2010 documentary film that he thought bandmates, Neil Peart and he were "pretty high" during the making of Caress of Stee ...
Giacomo Meyerbeer... ed her to sing the title role, but she declined on account of her age), and, for whom she created Fidès in
BachBrian's music owes a lot to Wagner, Bruckner, Elgar, Strauss, Mahler and. Like Bach and Bruckner, Brian was an organist, and the organ repertoire ...
Michael MantlerWithWith Ray Manzarek With Branford Marsalis With Wynton Marsalis With John Mc ...
Ray PriceFrom 1958 to 1971, Jackson had 35 Top 40 country hits. Along with, Jackson is considered a cornerstone, after Hank Williams and Lefty Frizz ...
Miles Davis... ican jazz scene did, however, produce some popular crossover stars, such as. In the middle of the 20th century, jazz evolved into a variety of subgen ...
Elliot Goldenthal... three acts based on the Shakespeare play and Cinthio's tale with a score by. The work has been staged by the San Francisco Ballet with Desmond Richar ...
Fred Lerdahl... ass; Erwin Schulhoff's Concertino for flute/piccolo, viola, and double bass;'s Waltzes for violin, viola, cello, and double bass; Mohammed Fairouz's ...
Bob DylanThe murder and subsequent trials caused an uproar. Musicianwrote his 1963 song "Only a Pawn in Their Game" about Evers and his assass ...
Friedrich NietzscheSøren Kierkegaard andwere two of the first philosophers considered fundamental to the existenti ...
Jerry BockFiddler on the Roof is a musical with music by, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, and book by Joseph Stein, set in Tsarist Russ ...
Michael Jackson... osted many music concerts including David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, U2 and
Noël Coward... Oscar Wilde, Lewis Carroll, and Kipling, he himself influenced A. A. Milne,, and P. G. Wodehouse
Pierre Schaeffer... esisers of the 1970s with Oxygène 7–13, dedicated to his mentor at the GRM,, who had died two years before. Eschewing digital techniques developed in ...
Ricki-Lee Coulter... ers in the R&B/soul genre include Jade MacRae, Israel Cruz, Stan Walker and, who experimented with R&B for her first two albums, Ricki-Lee (2005) and ...
Erwin Schulhoff... uintet in G minor, Op.39 for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola, and double bass;'s Concertino for flute/piccolo, viola, and double bass; Fred Lerdahl's W ...
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Georg Philipp Telemann... te Baroque composers, such as George Frideric Handel, Domenico Scarlatti or. He did influence Johann Sebastian Bach indirectly; the young Johann Seba ...
Nelson Cavaquinho... fo Alves, Wilson Batista, Geraldo Pereira, Zé Kéti, Candeia, Ciro Monteiro,, Elton Medeiros, Paulinho da Viola, Martinho da Vila, and many others
Danny Thompson... that preceded it, Bless the Weather, Martyn collaborated with jazz bassist, with whom he proceeded to have a fruitful musical partnership which cont ...
Miles Davis... fkin) in Rob Reiner's This is Spinal Tap, Blues Brothers 2000, a scene within the Bill Murray film Scrooged and as a passenger in John Travolta's tax ...
Anthony Braxton... arles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006), and(Radano 1993, 110) cite Stockhausen as an influence
Leroy Shield... Beau Hunks (a Dutch ensemble originally formed to perform music created byfor the Laurel and Hardy movies) released two albums of Scott's sextet (a. ...
Duke Ellington... azz musicians themselves are often reluctant to define the music they play.summed it up by saying, "It's all music." Some critics have even stated th ...
Freddie Mercury... dios (which is still in use today) in Montreux, and a statue of lead singerstands on the northern shore of the lake. Current Formula 1 driver Michael ...
Rob Zombie... il will feature alongside Megadeth for the next Gigantour. In February 2012and Megadeth announced nine-date co-headlining U.S. tour scheduled for May ...
Zack de la Rocha... Tejano, and American popular music, but was killed in 1995 at the age of 23;, lead vocalist of Rage Against the Machine and social activist; and Los ...
Roma Ryan... o composes and performs the music; Nicky Ryan, who produces the albums; and, who writes the lyrics in various languages, except Irish, in which Enya ...
Mozart... ing more to the contrapuntal language of Bach than the Classical clarity of
Jarvis Cocker... uence on rock n' roll, photographing several artists including Paul Weller,, Razorlight, Brian Eno, M.I.A., Ian Brown, The Futureheads, Belle & Sebas ...
Georg Böhm... ons borrow from Pachelbel's music, the style of northern German composers (, Dieterich Buxtehude, Johann Adam Reincken) played a more important role ...
Kenji Ito... s released in Japan alongside the game. Most of the tracks were composed by, while track 16, "Chocobo Tanjou (Chocobo's Birth)," is credited to renow ...
Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith... combined evolution of country music and blues towards rockabilly. In 1948,achieved top ten US country chart success with his MGM Records recordings ...
Rihanna... The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring" in 2001. In 2010, singersampled "One By One" on a song from her new album Loud
Leon Russell... has been covered by several rock and pop acts, including Willie Nelson and, who recorded a duet version that topped the Country charts in 1979
Eric Burdon... ematically throughout and the latter performed by Tom Hanks on the ukulele.'s version of Merle Travis's "Sixteen Tons" was used at the beginning of t ...
Dieterich Buxtehude... from Pachelbel's music, the style of northern German composers (Georg Böhm,, Johann Adam Reincken) played a more important role in the development of ...
Mel Brooks... ngs, an observatory, and a private marina. Boris Becker, Oprah Winfrey, andare among the celebrities with homes on the island
Frank ZappaStockhausen was influential within pop and rock music as well.acknowledges Stockhausen in the liner notes of Freak Out!, his 1966 debut ...
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Steven Curtis Chapman... ujah. It was released in October 2008. That same month he began a tour with. In September 2010, he released Wonder, and in October started touring wi ...
Nobuo Uematsu... "Chocobo Tanjou (Chocobo's Birth)," is credited to renowned Square composer. Seiken Densetsu: Omoi wa Shirabe ni Nosete (Let Thoughts Ride On Knowled ...
MahlerBrian's music owes a lot to Wagner, Bruckner, Elgar, Strauss,and Bach. Like Bach and Bruckner, Brian was an organist, and the organ rep ...
Merle TravisEric Burdon's version of's "Sixteen Tons" was used at the beginning of the film. After Joe leaves ...
Mae Boren AxtonThe song was written in 1955 by, a high school teacher with a background in musical promotion, and Jackso ...
Pat Boone... eremonies in Nashville in April of that year, where they were introduced by
Jennifer Warnes... s from the album were Top 40 hits. Everybody's Angel followed in 1991, withproviding vocals on two tracks, including the lead single "Only The Ones W ...
Madonna... ls of the room containing Creed's work as a protest. At the prize ceremony,gave him the prize and said, "At a time when political correctness is valu ...
Schubert... s favorite classical piano pieces by composers such as Bach, Scarlatti, and. Some recordings are available on the Piano Society website, along with t ...
Jacques Offenbach... er, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist. He is the subject and hero of's famous but fictitious opera The Tales of Hoffmann, and the author of th ...
Quincy Jones... enjoy a renewed wave of popularity in the 1990s. After White took part in arecord titled Back on the Block, on the song titled "The Secret Garden (Sw ...
Alexander Agricola... omplished musician and brought composers and singers to Florence, including, Johannes Ghiselin, and Heinrich Isaac. By contemporary Florentines (and ...
Jimmy Van Heusen... Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture, Best Music, Song (for(music) and Johnny Burke (lyrics) for "Aren't You Glad You're You") and Be ...
Ary Barroso... , there have been many great names in samba, such as Ismael Silva, Cartola,, Noel Rosa, Ataulfo Alves, Wilson Batista, Geraldo Pereira, Zé Kéti, Cand ...
Helmut Lachenmann... oise-based features include works by Iannis Xenakis, Karlheinz Stockhausen,, Cornelius Cardew, Theatre of Eternal Music, Rhys Chatham, Ryoji Ikeda, S ...
Stephen Sondheim... where, in September 1995, she played Desiree Armfeldt in a major revival of's A Little Night Music, for which she won an Olivier Award
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George Frideric Handel... a German-born monarch and German-born composer define the English oratorio., most famous today for his Messiah, also wrote other oratorios based on t ...
Chris BroderickDrover was replaced by, formerly of Nevermore and Jag Panzer. Mustaine said he was happy with Dr ...
Theodor W. Adorno... ist social philosophy of convergence proposed by the Frankfurt School (e.g.Jürgen Habermas )
Johann Gottfried Walther... ee, the American church music of the era. Composer, musicologist and writeris probably the most famous of the composers influenced by Pachelbel – he ...
Amy Grant... al's famine relief programs in Africa. Other artists participating included, Larry Norman, Randy Stonehill, Mylon LeFevre, Steve Camp, Evie, Phil Kea ...
C. W. McCallCountry singerrecorded "The Silverton," about the Silverton and Durango Railroad, on his ...
Clint Eastwood... ayed South Africa national rugby union team captain François Pienaar in the-directed film Invictus, which is based on the 2008 John Carlin book Playi ...
Björk... Come to Daddy" and "Windowlicker" are perhaps his best known. His video for's "All Is Full of Love" won multiple awards, including an MTV music video ...
WagnerBrian's music owes a lot to, Bruckner, Elgar, Strauss, Mahler and Bach. Like Bach and Bruckner, Brian ...
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Glenn Gould... itions evocative of the Second Viennese style, such as the Canadian pianist. By extension, however, certain pupils of Schoenberg's pupils (such as Be ...
Robert SimpsonBritish composeralso composed music in the palindrome or based on palindromic themes; the ...
Eric Idle... Pythons' stay are said to include the owner, Donald Sinclair, having thrown's suitcase out of the window thinking it was a bomb. Cleese later describ ...
Jimmy Dorsey... sion debut on January 28, appearing on CBS's Stage Show, starring Tommy and. As Stage Shows ratings had been slipping, producer Jack Philbin agreed t ...
Cornelius Cardew... include works by Iannis Xenakis, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Helmut Lachenmann,, Theatre of Eternal Music, Rhys Chatham, Ryoji Ikeda, Survival Research L ...
Eric Idle... e the 1960s. He also appeared in a Monty Python sketch, taking the place of. Cook was on the cast album of the show and in the film, Pleasure At Her ...
Smokey Robinson... tart Motown label, in 1960 Ross asked an old neighbor, Miracles lead singer, to help the group land an audition for Motown executive Berry Gordy, who ...
GluckShe sang the title role of's opera Orphée et Eurydice at Théâtre Lyrique in Paris in November 1859, ...
Michael Jackson... in Starr, Temptations David Ruffin, and Dennis Edwards. A then-prepubescenttook Brown's shouts and dancing into the pop mainstream as the lead singer ...
Daniel JohnstonIn 1991, with Dave Schramm in tow, Yo La Tengo collaborated withon the song "Speeding Motorcycle" which was released as a single. The band ...
Otto Klemperer... morial concert was held at the Hollywood Bowl on September 8, 1937 at whichconducted his own orchestration of the second of Gershwin's Three Piano Pr ...
Link Wray... ed the damage; he is certain that it did not fall from the roof of the car.explains the development of his fuzz tone with a similar story
Giacinto Scelsi... n, Mieczysław Weinberg wrote his Sonata No. 1 for double bass solo in 1971.wrote two double bass pieces called Nuits in 1972, and then in 1976, he wr ...
Benjamin Britten... uded John Arlott, Peggy Ashcroft, the Bishop of Birmingham Dr J. L. Wilson,, Viscount Chaplin, Michael de la Bédoyère, Bob Edwards, MP, Dame Edith Ev ...
Ron Moody... s supporting players were Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and(soon succeeded by Bill Pertwee). Around the imperturbable establishment f ...
Heitor Villa-Lobos... iams, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williamson, Henry Cowell, Alfred Schnittke,, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jean Françaix and Phi ...
Cartola... ince then, there have been many great names in samba, such as Ismael Silva,, Ary Barroso, Noel Rosa, Ataulfo Alves, Wilson Batista, Geraldo Pereira, ...
Hwang Yau-tai... hplace in Fenghua once mainland China was recovered. Chinese music composeror Huang Youdi, Huang Yu-ti (黃友棣) wrote the Chiang Ching-kuo Memorial Song ...
Claude Debussy... ch led to the ragtime idiom being taken up by classical composers includingand Igor Stravinsky. Blues music was published and popularized by W. C. Ha ...
Lee Kernaghan... into the 21st century – and contemporary artists including Sara Storer anddraw heavily on this heritage
John Philip SousaThe composeris closely associated with the most popular trend in American popular musi ...
Edward Elgar... 7) became the stereotypical battlehorse of massed amateur choral societies.tried to revive the genre in the first years of the next century
Keith Green... y in the sub-genre of Christian rock. He is often cited as influencing bothand Randy Stonehill in their conversions to Christianity. Both eventually ...
Andrei Eshpai... nů, Malcolm Williamson, Henry Cowell, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos,, Eino Tamberg, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jean Françaix and Philip Glass. Whil ...
Charlie Parker... hékere-son" is an extremely interesting one. It's based on a legendary 1945bebop composition called "Billie's Bounce." Almost every phrase of the Par ...
Eddi Reader... lasgow, on the evening of Martyn's death, Kathy Mattea and a band includingplayed "May You Never". Martyn and Danny Thompson had featured in the BBC ...
Billie Holiday... rs. O'Day came in fourth, with Helen O'Connell first, Helen Forrest second,third, and Dinah Shore fifth. O'Day married again in 1942, this time to go ...
Ira Gershwin... n the city. Theatrical composers and lyricists like the brothers George andcreated a uniquely American theatrical style that used American vernacular ...
Joseph Nechvatal... tware (for example, the C++ software used in creating the viral symphOny by)
Richard WagnerIn March 1889, Angelo Neumann's traveling "Theater" visited Saint Petersburg, giving four cycles of Der Ring des Nibe ...
Tom Turpin... Mississippi Rag" as the first written piano instrumental ragtime piece, andpublished his Harlem Rag, that was the first rag published by an African-A ...
Lee Kernaghan... country music include: John Williamson (who wrote the iconic "True Blue"),(whose hits include "Boys From the Bush" and "the Outback Club"), Gina Jef ...
Hans Erich Apostel... nsion, however, certain pupils of Schoenberg's pupils (such as Berg's pupiland Webern's pupils René Leibowitz, Leopold Spinner and Ludwig Zenk) are u ...
John Stainer... composer Georg Vierling is noted for modernizing the secular oratorio form.'s The Crucifixion (1887) became the stereotypical battlehorse of massed a ...
Charlie Chaplin... ere he used to recuperate with his leg elevated while watching the films ofand others. After the war, Renoir followed his father's suggestion and tri ...
Norman Greenbaum... ritual bandwagon", and featured Norman singing covers of religious songs by, Paul Simon, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Randy Newman, Le ...
Vincent Persichetti... for any low-voiced instrument, such as double bass, contrabassoon, or tuba.wrote solo works—which he called "Parables"—for many instruments. He wrote ...
MozartShe was the mezzo-soprano in the Tuba mirum movement of's Requiem at Chopin's funeral at Église de la Madeleine in Paris on 30 Oc ...
Henry VIII... loyalty to the crown, as it was a royal badge used by Katherine of Aragon,and Mary Tudor
Charly García... rst album. The other bands selected were Los Amigos Invisibles (Venezuela),(Argentina), Los Jaivas (Chile) and Aterciopelados (Colombia)
Irving Berlin... wer was an issue-free, feel-good animated cartoon with a soundtrack song bycalled I Like Ike. For the first time the candidates' personal medical his ...
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Jim Moginie... liders member Dom Turner on The Angry Tradesmen and with Rotsey assisted on's solo album Alas Folkloric in 2006
Sappho... ton. These two were interested in exploring Greek poetic models, especially, an interest that Pound shared. The compression of expression that they a ...
BrucknerBrian's music owes a lot to Wagner,, Elgar, Strauss, Mahler and Bach. Like Bach and Bruckner, Brian was an or ...
Pixinguinha... There were many composers, including Heitor dos Prazeres, João da Bahiana,, and Sinhô, but the sambas of these composers were "amaxixados" (a mix of ...
Mike HardingPaying tribute to Martyn, BBC Radio 2's folk presentersaid
Felix Mendelssohn... oratorio. The Birmingham Festival commissioned various oratorios including's Elijah in 1846, later performed in German as Elias. German composer Geo ...
Eino Tamberg... liamson, Henry Cowell, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai,, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jean Françaix and Philip Glass. While Edward Elgar ...
Ana Gabriel... o recorded her last pop CD, "Ave Vagabundo", by famed composer and producer. She included several dance mixes of her hit singles, "Sacudelo" and "Zum ...
Paul Reiser... Billy Elliot (2000). In 2002, she again won a BAFTA for her performance as's mother in My Beautiful Son
Scott Joplin... first rag published by an African-American. The classically trained pianistand the acknowledged "king of ragtime" produced his "Original Rags" in the ...
John Schumann... Tex Morton, Slim Dusty, Rolf Harris, The Bushwackers, John Williamson, andof the band Redgum have continued to record and popularise the old bush ba ...
Melvin Van Peebles... come in California. By the time production wrapped, Cinemation had released' Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song to considerable success, despite the X ...
Paul Simon... and featured Norman singing covers of religious songs by Norman Greenbaum,, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Randy Newman, Leon Russell, ...
Dom Turner... performed with former Olympian Paul Greene, with fellow Backsliders memberon The Angry Tradesmen and with Rotsey assisted on Jim Moginie's solo albu ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... of music that contain noise-based features include works by Iannis Xenakis,, Helmut Lachenmann, Cornelius Cardew, Theatre of Eternal Music, Rhys Chat ...
Berry Gordy... er Smokey Robinson, to help the group land an audition for Motown executive, who had already proven himself a capable songwriter. Robinson liked the ...
Anders Glenmark... rca, Spain, can be seen in Frida - The DVD. A follow-up album with producerwas reportedly in the works, but was shelved due to the death of Frida's d ...
Tina TurnerIn 1996, White recorded the duet "In Your Wildest Dreams" with. 1996 also saw the release of Space Jam and its soundtrack, on which Whit ...
Arlo Guthrie... up the mandolin, became interested in country music, and played guitar with. Guest later began performing with bluegrass bands until he took up rock ...
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Scott Joplin... end of the 19th century. The most famous ragtime performer and composer was, known for works such as "Maple Leaf Rag"
King Henry VIII... as was Sheriff of Northamptonshire, Master of the Wards, and Comptroller to. Sir Thomas Parr was also a close companion of King Henry VIII. Her mothe ...
Krzysztof Penderecki... Cowell, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg,, Jean Françaix and Philip Glass. While Edward Elgar may not be considered ...
John Cage... xtended to Schoenberg's many pupils in the United States from 1933, such as, Leon Kirchner and Gerald Strang, nor to many other composers who, at a g ...
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Harold Arlen... earance was on The Tonight Show, then hosted by Jack Paar, in 1961, singing's "A Sleepin' Bee". Orson Bean, who substituted for Paar that night, had ...
Petula Clark... From Hong Kong, "This is My Song", reaching number one in the UK as sung by. Chaplin also compiled a film The Chaplin Revue from three First National ...
Ray Charles... by Jenkins, The Primettes began by performing hit songs by artists such asand The Drifters at sock hops, social clubs and talent shows around the De ...
Philip Glass... ric Opera performs multiple operas each year (including the 2007 opening of's Waiting for the Barbarians, written by University of Texas alumnus J. M ...
Claude Debussy... ver to the Original Dixieland Jazz Band and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings toand Maurice Ravel
Julie Gold... New Year's songs including actor Jeff Daniels, Grammy-winners Janis Ian and, and the Guitar Man Of Central Park David Ippolito
Ennio Morricone... d song, "Se telefonando", made famous by Italian singer Mina, together with's music
Elgar... ch just across the border in Cheshire. In 1895, he heard a choir rehearsing's King Olaf, attended the first performance and became a fervent enthusia ...
Sofia Gubaidulina... r many instruments. He wrote Parable XVII for Double Bass, Op. 131 in 1974.penned a Sonata for double bass and piano in 1975. In 1977 Dutch-Hungarian ...
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Rolf Harris... ltic folk ballads. Country and folk artists such as Tex Morton, Slim Dusty,, The Bushwackers, John Williamson, and John Schumann of the band Redgum h ...
Alessandro Scarlatti... te baroque oratorios increasingly became "sacred opera". In Rome and Napleswas the most noted composer. In Vienna the court poet Metastasio produced ...
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Thomas A. Dorsey... r faith in an improvised, often musical manner (testifying). Composers likecomposed gospel works that used elements of blues and jazz in traditional ...
Joe "King" Oliver... vertheless listened to and studied the music around him: from Armstrong andto the Original Dixieland Jazz Band and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings to Cl ...
Iannis Xenakis... Other examples of music that contain noise-based features include works by, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Helmut Lachenmann, Cornelius Cardew, Theatre of E ...
Merle Haggard... for its tributes to country music legends like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash,, and Waylon, Willie and the Boys. Other genres of music performed include ...
Gordon Cree... sang "Who Can I Turn To," which was specially arranged for the occasion by
Janis Ian... ukah/Solstice/New Year's songs including actor Jeff Daniels, Grammy-winnersand Julie Gold, and the Guitar Man Of Central Park David Ippolito
Ezra Pound... d what came to be seen as "Imagism's enabling text", the haiku-like poem ofentitled "In a Station of the Metro"
Aaron Copland... t was nominated for four Oscars. The musical score was by American composer. Running in theaters in 1939, it disappeared for many years at a time unt ...
Slim Dusty... uenced by Celtic folk ballads. Country and folk artists such as Tex Morton,, Rolf Harris, The Bushwackers, John Williamson, and John Schumann of the ...
James Pankow... The performances and sound quality were judged sub-par; in fact, trombonistwent on record to say that "the horn section sounded like kazoos." The pac ...
Randy Stonehill... re of Christian rock. He is often cited as influencing both Keith Green andin their conversions to Christianity. Both eventually became Christian mus ...
Henry VIII... ller to King Henry VIII. Sir Thomas Parr was also a close companion of King. Her mother, Lady Parr, was a close friend and attendant of Queen Catheri ...
Jon Lord... Shine Again", written especially for Lyngstad by former Deep Purple member, and recorded in 2004. Neither of these were however released as singles: ...
FergieIn October 2009, Jagger and U2 performed "Gimme Shelter" (withand will.i.am) and "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" at the 25th An ...
Vince Clarke... asure are an English synthpop duo, consisting of songwriter and keyboardistand singer Andy Bell. Erasure entered the music scene in 1985 with their d ...
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Ron Mael... Number One In Heaven" and "Tryouts For The Human Race". The main songwriteroften started off a banal situation in his lyrics, and then went at surrea ...
Kay SwiftGershwin had a ten-year affair with composerand frequently consulted her about his music, though the two never married ...
Natalie Bassingthwaighte... ular TV Presenter. In March 2011, it was announced that she was replaced byas a judge on the third season of The X Factor
Johnny Cash... is also noted for its tributes to country music legends like Hank Williams,, Merle Haggard, and Waylon, Willie and the Boys. Other genres of music pe ...
Henry VIII... other parts were added and a stable form finally appeared in 1540. In 1542authorised it as the sole Latin grammar textbook to be used in education a ...
Wayne Shorter... riod of the early 1970s. Musicians such as Pharaoh Sanders, Hubert Laws andbegan using African instruments such as kalimbas, bells, beaded gourds and ...
Lefty Frizzell... ield, California. Influenced by one-time West Coast residents Bob Wills and, by 1966 it was known as the Bakersfield sound. It relied on electric ins ...
Heinrich Isaac... d singers to Florence, including Alexander Agricola, Johannes Ghiselin, and. By contemporary Florentines (and since), he was known as "Lorenzo the Ma ...
Chet Atkins... k and drummer D.J. Fontana, Presley was joined by established RCA musicians(who also helped Sholes produce the session) on guitar, and Floyd Cramer o ...
Jimmy Page... The final four shows included two in London (the second of which featured a-led encore) followed by two that saw them return to Amsterdam's poptemple ...
Dave Grohl... February 2003, Costello, along with Bruce Springsteen, Steve Van Zandt, and, performed a version of The Clash's "London Calling" at the 45th Grammy A ...
Clint Eastwood... was nominated again for Best Supporting Actor for his performance oppositein the 1974 film Thunderbolt and Lightfoot. In 1976, he starred as the pro ...
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Igor Stravinsky... me idiom being taken up by classical composers including Claude Debussy and. Blues music was published and popularized by W. C. Handy, whose "Memphis ...
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Lowell Liebermann... rnaval des Animaux for scordatura Double Bass and string orchestra. In 1987wrote his Sonata for Contrabass and Piano Op.24. Fernando Grillo wrote the ...
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Neil Finn... eep lyrically and get to some root emotion down there.” Explains Collins, “[of Crowded House] once said, ‘A great producer is someone whom you admire ...
Jean Françaix... tke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg, Krzysztof Penderecki,and Philip Glass. While Edward Elgar may not be considered a modern compos ...
Little Richard... Ike Turner's piano intro to the song was later used nearly note-for-note byin "Good Golly Miss Molly"
Dannii MinogueIn May 2010, after, who is a judge on the British version of The X Factor, declined to judge ...
Jacob Druckman... Op.24. Fernando Grillo wrote the "Suite No.1" for double bass (1983/2005).wrote a piece for solo double bass entitled Valentine. US double bass solo ...
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Maurice Ravel... Dixieland Jazz Band and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings to Claude Debussy and
Philip Glass... Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jean Françaix and. While Edward Elgar may not be considered a modern composer, his romantic ...
Aphex Twin... se ties to Warp Records since his first production for Autechre. Videos for's "Come to Daddy" and "Windowlicker" are perhaps his best known. His vide ...
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Jimmy Page... or Kenneth Wolstenholme. Magnum Photographer Martin Parr was born in Epsom.of Led Zeppelin fame is also a famous son of Epsom and his father owned th ...
Rickie Lee Jones... uthwest (SXSW) festival included Pete Townshend, Iggy Pop, Tom Morello, and.Austin has been the location for a number of motion pictures, partly due ...
Louis Moreau Gottschalk... ning syncopation with European harmonic accompaniment. New Orleans musicianadapted Cuban and other Caribbean slave rhythms and melodies as piano salo ...
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Malcolm McLaren's... s" magazine. In a November 1976 article in Melody Maker, Caroline Coon usedterm "New Wave" to designate music by bands not exactly punk, but related ...
Jackson Browne... on, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Randy Newman, Leon Russell,, and the Rolling Stones, and was not released until 1977 by AB Records
Hendrix... "I Was Born To Love You"), slide guitar ("Drowse", "Tie Your Mother Down"),sounding licks ("Liar", "Brighton Rock"), tape-delay ("Brighton Rock", "Wh ...
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Aphex Twin... ys the drums to "Mt Saint Michel + Saint Michaels Mount", the 10th track on's 2001 album drukqs. Monkey Drummer debuted as part of Cunningham's insta ...
Craig Armstrong... em could dance. The other collaborators on Protection were Marius de Vries,, a virtuoso Scottish classical pianist and Tricky. Tricky's solo career w ...
Joseph Haydn... assical style working in the late 18th and early 19th century, particularly, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert. Though ...
Blind Willie McTell... g the legendary delta blues artist Robert Johnson and piedmont blues artist. By the end of the 1940s, however, pure blues was only a minor part of po ...
Bertram Turetzky... or solo double bass entitled Valentine. US double bass soloist and composer(born 1933) has performed and recorded more than 300 pieces written by and ...
George Benson... apian, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Siavash Ghomayshi, Space, Bambir, Grigory Leps,, and many more
Garret Wesley, 1st Earl of Mornington... e Honourable Arthur Wesley", the fourth son—third of five surviving sons—to, and Anne, the eldest daughter of Arthur Hill-Trevor, 1st Viscount Dungan ...
Kenny Burrell... liner notes. The players were later identified as Elvin Jones, Milt Hinton,, Eddie Costa, Sam "The Man" Taylor, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Wild Bill Davi ...
Felix Blumenfeld... nd remained closed. He would fume for days afterwards when he heard pianistplay Debussy's Estampes and write in his diary about them, "Poor and skimp ...
Claude Debussy... ershwin's own Concerto in F was criticized for being related to the work of, more so than to the expected jazz style. The comparison did not deter Ge ...
Archie Roach... l contemporary indigenous performers Aboriginal artists and Kev Carmody andemploy a combination of folk-rock and country music to sing about Aborigin ...
Mel TorméFor a while in the 1930s and 1940s, Chico led a big band. Singerbegan his professional career singing with the Chico Marx Orchestra
Igor Stravinsky... e twentieth century, the concerto grosso has been used by composers such as, Ernest Bloch, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williams ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... working in the late 18th and early 19th century, particularly Joseph Haydn,, Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert. Though Mozart and Schubert did ...
Janice Robinson... ople who performed on The Roseanne Show were Enrique Iglesias, Sheryl Crow,, Lulu, Joan Jett and Tori Amos
Haydn... life he had completed 32, an unusually large number for any composer sinceor Mozart. More remarkably, he completed 14 of these symphonies in his 80s ...
Charley Chase... omics Billy West, a Charlie Chaplin imitator, Jimmy Aubrey, Larry Semon and. In total, Hardy starred or co-starred in more than 250 silent shorts, ab ...
Terry Scott Taylor... thirty years ago including his first wife, Pamela Newman, Randy Stonehill,, and Philip Mangano, the business manager of Solid Rock. The OC Weekly re ...
Björk... nnale, which consisted of a loop of Monkey Drummer, Flex, and his video for's "All Is Full of Love"
Cristina Scabbia... (Set Me Free)" would be released on the album. It would feature a duet withof the band Lacuna Coil, and was to be the first single on the album until ...
Eddie Kendricks... in the Brewster-Douglass housing projects in Detroit—met Paul Williams and, two members of a Detroit male singing group known as The Primes. Since B ...
Dave Stewart... band he had formed since the Rolling Stones. The band, SuperHeavy includes, Joss Stone, Damian Marley, and A.R. Rahman
Randy Stonehill... Norman more than thirty years ago including his first wife, Pamela Newman,, Terry Scott Taylor, and Philip Mangano, the business manager of Solid Ro ...
Michael Jackson... ber 2 on the UK charts when sung by Nat King Cole in the 1950s. It was also's favourite song. "This Is My Song", written and composed by Chaplin for ...
D'Jalma Garnier... st of a progressive radio jazz program, Passport to Modern Jazz on KRVS-FM,, plays New Orleans jazz from all periods, as well as latest contemporary ...
Frederick II of Prussia... ed of little worth to Maria Theresa. The peace was initially broken by King, who invaded Silesia. Soon other powers began to exploit Austria's weakne ...
Ernest Bloch... ry, the concerto grosso has been used by composers such as Igor Stravinsky,, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williamson, Henry Cowe ...
Joe Strummer... on Calling" at the 45th Grammy Awards ceremony, in honour of Clash frontman, who had died the previous December. In March, Elvis Costello & The Attra ...
Morrissey... band "Death Cult". Duffy had previously been in The Nosebleeds (along with), Lonesome No More and then Theatre of Hate. In addition to Astbury and D ...
Igor Stravinsky... fect of, "You should give me lessons." (Some versions of this story featurerather than Ravel as the composer; however Stravinsky confirmed that he or ...
Rob Hirst... nto the ARIA Hall of Fame with ARIA chairman Denis Handlin describing them:in his acceptance speech thanked his family, band mates, and support from ...
The Writing Camp... to the Dance, involving a smaller team of North American musicians such as, Adam Messinger, Nasri Atweh, Bill Blast, and Aaron Pearce. Taking the gr ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... and early 19th century, particularly Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,and Franz Schubert. Though Mozart and Schubert did not study with Haydn, M ...
Mozart... had completed 32, an unusually large number for any composer since Haydn or. More remarkably, he completed 14 of these symphonies in his 80s, and sev ...
Philip GlassUS minimalist composerwrote a prelude focused on the lower register that he scored for timpani a ...
Rick Cua... , Evie, Phil Keaggy, Second Chapter of Acts, Sandi Patti, Bill Gaither, and
Butch Vig... has been based out of Madison since formation in 1994 by producer-musicianof Viroqua. Vig is well known for producing albums for such highly regarde ...
Ayumi Hamasaki... the highest-selling album in Japan with over 7 million copies sold, whereasbecame Japan's top selling female and solo artist, and Morning Musume rema ...
EminemAmerican hip-hop artistreferenced Bono's skiing accident in his songs "Who Knew" and "Role Model.
Michael Nesmith... g Burrito Brothers (also featuring Gram Parsons), guitarist Clarence White,(Monkees and First National Band), the Grateful Dead, Neil Young, Commande ...
Johann Crüger... ring his time in Berlin his hymns and poems brought him to the attention ofthe cantor and organist at the Nicolaikirche in Berlin. Crüger was impress ...
Archie Roach... oli "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda", and indigenous Australians likeand Paul Kelly. Kelly's lyrics capture the vastness of the culture and lan ...
Adam Messinger... olving a smaller team of North American musicians such as The Writing Camp,, Nasri Atweh, Bill Blast, and Aaron Pearce. Taking the group's work furth ...
Ralph Vaughan Williams... to grosso has been used by composers such as Igor Stravinsky, Ernest Bloch,, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williamson, Henry Cowell, Alfred Schnittke, He ...
Madonna... its bands. Over the decades, the group have collaborated with Neneh Cherry,, David Bowie, Mos Def, Elizabeth Fraser and Sinéad O'Connor amongst many ...
Maurice Ravel... was influenced by French composers of the early twentieth century. In turnwas impressed with Gershwin's abilities, commenting, "Personally I find ja ...
Franz Schubert... articularly Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven and. Though Mozart and Schubert did not study with Haydn, Mozart and Haydn we ...
Carl StallingIn 1943 Scott sold his music publishing to Warner Bros., who allowed, music director for Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, to adapt anything i ...
Manuel García... a family led by her father, tenor, singing teacher, composer and impresario. Her godparents were Ferdinando Paer and Princess Pauline Galitsin, who p ...
Bob DylanEarly innovators in this new style of music in the 60s and 70s includedwho was the first to revert to country music with his 1967 album John Wesl ...
Maurice Ravel... re such a good Gershwin already." (This quote is similar to one credited toduring Gershwin's 1928 visit to France – "Why be a second-rate Ravel, when ...
Bohuslav Martinů... by composers such as Igor Stravinsky, Ernest Bloch, Ralph Vaughan Williams,, Malcolm Williamson, Henry Cowell, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, ...
Jelly Roll Morton... sweet music, the band took its name from one of its most frequent numbers,'s "Wolverine Blues." During this time, Beiderbecke also took piano lesson ...
Pete Townshend... live and make movies. The 2007 South by Southwest (SXSW) festival included, Iggy Pop, Tom Morello, and Rickie Lee Jones.Austin has been the location ...
Ayumi Hamasaki... p dance form Para Para. While Avex's artists such as Every Little Thing andbecame popular in 1990s, new names in the late 90s included Hikaru Utada a ...
Mozart... (where her father, mother, brother and sister gave the first performance of's Don Giovanni in the United States, in the presence of the librettist, L ...
Rhys Chatham... Stockhausen, Helmut Lachenmann, Cornelius Cardew, Theatre of Eternal Music,, Ryoji Ikeda, Survival Research Laboratories, Whitehouse, Cabaret Voltair ...
Arthur Honegger... (Das Buch mit sieben Siegeln) (1938) in Germany. Postwar oratorios includeJeanne d'Arc au Bûcher, Krzysztof Penderecki St. Luke Passion, René Clemen ...
Nick Cave... ey Cricket Ground, also included performances by Powderfinger, Silverchair,, John Butler Trio, Finn Brothers and others
Rossini... t performance in Brussels and in 1839, made her opera debut as Desdemona in's Otello in London. This proved to be the surprise of the season. Despite ...
Sousa... ctually used in the film, along with the second segment of "King Cotton", amarch, which was not on the albu
Ian Gillan... l Decker, Michel Legrand, Irina Allegrova, Garou, Alla Pugacheva, Shadmehr,, Hasmik Papian, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Siavash Ghomayshi, Space, Bambir, Gr ...
Aphex Twin... It can still be seen at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His video for's "Windowlicker" was nominated for the "Best Video" award at the Brit Awa ...
René Leibowitz... nberg's pupils (such as Berg's pupil Hans Erich Apostel and Webern's pupils, Leopold Spinner and Ludwig Zenk) are usually included in the roll-call
Malcolm Williamson... as Igor Stravinsky, Ernest Bloch, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bohuslav Martinů,, Henry Cowell, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino ...
Woody Guthrie... and "They Laid Jesus Christ in His Grave" with a guitar I borrowed that was's; found broken in a field with a bird nest inside. I included a song of ...
Arnold Schoenberg... ks of Alban Berg, Dmitri Shostakovich, Igor Stravinsky, Darius Milhaud, and. He also asked Schoenberg for composition lessons. Schoenberg refused, sa ...
Lucian Piane... supporter of former U.S. president George W. Bush were sampled in the 2009dance song "Bale Out", making it sound as if she were arguing with actor C ...
Leonard Nimoy... the character Sentinel Prime's features were mostly based on Connery. Whenwas to voice the role, however, the effects were altered to incorporate Ni ...
Tarik O'ReganIn 2011, an operatic adaptation by composerand librettist Tom Phillips was premiered at the Royal Opera House in Lond ...
Joe Jackson... onic attitude and tense, aggressive energy of punk" such as Elvis Costello,, and Graham Parker. In the U.S., the first New Wavers were the not-so-pun ...
Sylvano Bussotti... lower register that he scored for timpani and double bass. Italian composer, whose composing career spans from the 1930s to the first decade of the 2 ...
Cindy Birdsong... ordy renamed the group Diana Ross & the Supremes, and replaced Ballard with. Ross left to pursue a solo career in 1970 and was replaced by Jean Terre ...
Jerry YesterYanovsky's replacement was, formerly of the Modern Folk Quartet. Around this time, perhaps coinciden ...
Johnny Cash... Iona. Máel Coluim's sons Dub and Cináed were later kings. American musicianis a descendant
Franz Schmidt... gly to public attention with Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex (1927) in France, and's The Book with Seven Seals (Das Buch mit sieben Siegeln) (1938) in Germa ...
Tina Turner... enor saxophone solos by 17-year-old Raymond Hill (later to be the father of's first child, before she married Ike). Willie Sims played drums for the ...
Leopold Spinner... such as Berg's pupil Hans Erich Apostel and Webern's pupils René Leibowitz,and Ludwig Zenk) are usually included in the roll-call
Ryoji Ikeda... elmut Lachenmann, Cornelius Cardew, Theatre of Eternal Music, Rhys Chatham,, Survival Research Laboratories, Whitehouse, Cabaret Voltaire, Psychic TV ...
Gustav Holst... ongregations outside London, and All Saints', Pittville, where the composer's father was the organist
Barry McGuire... tian orientation by giving Campus Life or Larry Norman, Randy Stonehill, orrecords as gifts"
Arthur Farwell... European nations, and was found wanting, leading writers like the composerto ponder what sorts of musical traditions might arise from American cultu ...
Claude Debussy... ore adventurous than Wagner's, especially that of Richard Strauss and later, Rimsky-Korsakov's mind remained closed. He would fume for days afterward ...
Tim Bowness... eved national and international recognition such as Cord, Serious Drinking,, Sennen, Magoo, KaitO, Mantoid, Teknikov and The Sadtowns
Peter Allen... r Band, Ray Burgess, Mental As Anything, Marty Rhone, Ariel, The La De Das,, The Dingoes, Babeez, Mondo Rock, Icehouse, Midnight Oil, Doug Parkinson, ...
Charlie Chaplin... atermass 2. He also had a supporting part as a TV advertisement producer in's A King in New York (1957) and played Master Henry in Outlaw Money an ep ...
Oscar Peterson... erforming in festivals and concerts with such musicians as Louis Armstrong,, Dinah Washington, George Shearing, Cal Tjader, and Thelonious Monk. She ...
Paul Simon... 9 for a show at the Concord Hotel in the Catskills for an appearance in thefilm One Trick Pony, which was released in 1980
Herbie Hancock... nstruments, and the first use of analogue electronic instruments notably by, whose jazz-funk period saw him surrounded on stage or in the studio by s ...
Roscoe Mitchell... gdown's Brass Band, Clyde Stubblefield of Funky Drummer fame, and musicians, Richard Davis, Ben Sidran, Reptile Palace Orchestra, Killdozer, Polydrea ...
Osvaldo Golijov... Bûcher, Krzysztof Penderecki St. Luke Passion, René Clemencic Kabbala, andLa Pasión según San Marcos. Oratorios by popular musicians include Paul Mc ...
Henry Cowell... Ernest Bloch, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williamson,, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg, Krzys ...
Franco Donatoni... in 1983 entitled Naked Angel Face per contrabbasso. Fellow Italian composerwrote a piece called Lem for contrabbasso in the same year. In 1989, Frenc ...
Lisa Lopes... en Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia, M.I.A., Foxy Brown, andfrom TLC. As these all are hearing rap artists, there is also deaf rap art ...
Darius Milhaud... intrigued by the works of Alban Berg, Dmitri Shostakovich, Igor Stravinsky,, and Arnold Schoenberg. He also asked Schoenberg for composition lessons. ...
Tom Morello... 2007 South by Southwest (SXSW) festival included Pete Townshend, Iggy Pop,, and Rickie Lee Jones.Austin has been the location for a number of motion ...
Jerry Yester... ompany, Butler and Boone decided to start up The Lovin' Spoonful again with. They were joined by Jerry's brother, Jim Yester (vocals and guitar), for ...
Dmitri Shostakovich... om the French influence, Gershwin was intrigued by the works of Alban Berg,, Igor Stravinsky, Darius Milhaud, and Arnold Schoenberg. He also asked Sc ...
Krzysztof Penderecki... Germany. Postwar oratorios include Arthur Honegger Jeanne d'Arc au Bûcher,St. Luke Passion, René Clemencic Kabbala, and Osvaldo Golijov La Pasión se ...
Muddy Waters... experienced major revivals in the 1950s with Chicago blues artists such asand Little Walter as well as in the 1960s in the stream of the British Inv ...
John Tasker Howard... s might arise from American culture, in his 1915 Music in America. In 1930,'s Our American Music became a standard analysis, focusing on largely on c ...
Eastwood Lane... so took piano lessons from a young woman who introduced him to the works of. Lane's piano suites and orchestral arrangements were both self-conscious ...
Glen Drover... United Abominations was the band's first studio release to feature members, Shawn Drover, and James Lomenzo. In March 2007, Dave Mustaine announced ...
Sun Ra... ive approximately twelve times. The band also released an EP with covers of's "Nuclear War" in late 2002
Richard StraussToward music more adventurous than Wagner's, especially that ofand later Claude Debussy, Rimsky-Korsakov's mind remained closed. He would ...
Henry VIII... ms of the crucifixion and the arms of Henry and Aragon (the lands passed toas a consequence of the )
Berry GordyIn 1969, Motown Records impresario, tipped off about a mad musical scientist engaged in mysterious works, vi ...
Khia... , Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj,, M.I.A., Foxy Brown, and Lisa Lopes from TLC. As these all are hearing ra ...
Igor Stravinsky... ce, Gershwin was intrigued by the works of Alban Berg, Dmitri Shostakovich,, Darius Milhaud, and Arnold Schoenberg. He also asked Schoenberg for comp ...
Alfred Schnittke... Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williamson, Henry Cowell,, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg, Krzysztof Penderecki, J ...
George Martin... lbum, Only Visiting This Planet, the first album in a projected trilogy, in's London AIR Studios. Only Visiting This Planet, which was "Initially coo ...
Brian Eno... ch today sounds uncannily similar to the ambient work of Tangerine Dream orfrom the mid 1970s, did not find much favor with the record-buying public ...
Ferdinand Tobias Richter... ction of six variations set in different keys. It is dedicated to composers(a friend from the Vienna years) and Dieterich Buxtehude. Each set follows ...
BjörkThe music video for thesong "Bachelorette" features a musical that is about, in part, the creatio ...
Eddie Kendricks... ormed The Primettes as the sister act to The Primes (with Paul Williams and, who went on to form The Temptations). Barbara Martin replaced McGlown in ...
Eric Singer... lor to play drums during rehearsals and record the demos, with Kiss drummerperforming during the second demo recording sessions. The Cult eventually ...
Arthur Darvill... Bill Paterson, Andy Serkis, Matthew Macfadyen, Tom Courtenay, Judy Parfitt,, Russell Tovey, Janine Duvitski, James Fleet, Ruth Jones, Eve Myles, Mack ...
Meredith Monk... minimalist works of Philip Glass, a Baltimore native based out of New York,and others
Lee Kernaghan... sicians of this genre include David Hudson, John Williamson, Gina Jeffreys,, Troy Cassar-Daley, Sara Storer, Felicity Urquhart and Kasey Chambers. Ot ...
Billy JoelSingerlived in Highland Falls in the 1970s after he moved back to New York. New ...
Jack Marshall... theme song, titled "The Munsters' Theme", was written by composer/arranger. The theme song's lyrics written by the sitcom's co-producer Bob Mosher d ...
John Williamson... folk artists such as Tex Morton, Slim Dusty, Rolf Harris, The Bushwackers,, and John Schumann of the band Redgum have continued to record and popula ...
Michel Legrand... ns Project, Jethro Tull, Akvarium, Goran Bregović, Zucchero, Daniel Decker,, Irina Allegrova, Garou, Alla Pugacheva, Shadmehr, Ian Gillan, Hasmik Pap ...
Paul McCartney... h-profile concerts. Linkin Park, The Prodigy, t.A.T.u., Shakira, Scorpions,, Roger Waters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and other celebrities performed the ...
Chet Atkins... centered in Nashville, Tennessee. Under the direction of producers such as, Owen Bradley, and later Billy Sherrill, the sound brought country music ...
Philip Glass... composers and performers are strongly influenced by the minimalist works of, a Baltimore native based out of New York, Meredith Monk and others
Frédéric Chopin... an outstanding pianist all her life, and often played duets with her friend, who approved of her arranging some of his mazurkas as songs, and even as ...
Jacques Offenbach... g this period, he is said to have discovered Johann Strauss, and encouragedto drop a lucrative conducting career to write his first operetta. Steiner ...
Neil DiamondOn January 1, 2010, both Leary and Lenny Clarke sang thesong "Sweet Caroline" at the 2010 NHL Winter Classic at Fenway Park, flank ...
Cornelius Cardew... m the leftist camp who wanted music "in the service of the class struggle".and Konrad Boehmer denounced their former teacher as a "servant of capital ...
The Notorious B.I.G.... h as Grandmaster Flash, Run-DMC, LL Cool J, Eminem, Kangol Kid of UTFO, and. The release of more consciously stylish products in the 1990s such as th ...
Charles AznavourIn 1999, Costello contributed a version of "She", released in 1974 byand Herbert Kretzmer, for the soundtrack of the film Notting Hill, with Tr ...
Pascal Dusapin... iece called Lem for contrabbasso in the same year. In 1989, French composer(born 1955) wrote a solo piece called In et Out for double bass. In 1996, ...
Sir Paul McCartney... , are entitled to the honorific "Lady" before their husband's surname. Thus's ex-wife was formally styled Lady McCartney (rather than Lady Paul McCar ...
Billy Sherrill... der the direction of producers such as Chet Atkins, Owen Bradley, and later, the sound brought country music to a diverse audience and helped revive ...
Dieterich Buxtehude... to composers Ferdinand Tobias Richter (a friend from the Vienna years) and. Each set follows the "aria and variations" model, arias numbered Aria pr ...
Karl Rankl... mewhat later Eduard Steuermann, Hanns Eisler, Rudolf Kolisch, Paul A. Pisk,, Josef Rufer and Viktor Ullmann. Though Berg and Webern both followed Sch ...
Daniel Decker... The Alan Parsons Project, Jethro Tull, Akvarium, Goran Bregović, Zucchero,, Michel Legrand, Irina Allegrova, Garou, Alla Pugacheva, Shadmehr, Ian Gi ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... s with Anton Reicha, the teacher of Liszt and Hector Berlioz, and friend of. It was with the greatest regret that she abandoned her strong vocation f ...
Paul McCartney... second greatest and most important cultural event of the rock and roll era., who participated in Uncuts poll stated, "It's the way [Presley] sings it ...
George MartinCompiled by producerand the (then) three surviving members of the band, 1 includes the 27 Beat ...
L. SubramaniamThe score by Michael Stearns and featuring music by Dead Can Dance,, Ciro Hurtado, Inkuyo, Brother and David Hykes, is noticeably different f ...
William Herschel... old. It was the marriage place (May 7, 1788) and burial place (1822) of Sir(in whose memory there stands a newly erected stained-glass window depicti ...
Mandy Moore... ed songs by 'N Sync and Britney Spears. Bass collaborated with Joey Fatone,, Christian Burns and True Vibe (as the "On The Line Allstars") for the fi ...
Koichi Sugiyama... ost important games in the history of the video game music is Dragon Quest., a composer who was known for his music for various anime and TV shows, i ...
Konrad Boehmer... o wanted music "in the service of the class struggle". Cornelius Cardew anddenounced their former teacher as a "servant of capitalism". In a climate ...
Jule Styne... ervicemen's club in Hollywood, Davis—with the aid of Warner, Cary Grant and—transformed an old nightclub into the Hollywood Canteen, which opened on ...
George Gershwin... oncert-going audience. Whiteman was perhaps best known for having premiered's Rhapsody in Blue in New York in 1924, and the orchestrator of that piec ...
Gary Burton... Davis, keyboardists Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, vibraphonist, drummer Tony Williams, violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, guitarists Larry Coryel ...
Herbert Kretzmer... lo contributed a version of "She", released in 1974 by Charles Aznavour and, for the soundtrack of the film Notting Hill, with Trevor Jones producing ...
King DiamondConspiracy is a name of a concept album by, being the second part of a story that begun on the album "Them". It was ...
Mel TorméO'Day, along with, is often grouped with the West Coast cool school of jazz. Like Tormé, O' ...
Philippe GaubertMarcel Moyse studied at the Paris Conservatory and was a student of, Adolphe Hennebains and Paul Taffanel, all of whom were distinguished vir ...
Janet Jackson... 2 while taping an Exotic Club Tour in Minneapolis Jackson approached sister, also in town recording her fifth studio album with Jimmy Jam and Terry L ...
Britney SpearsOn September 4, 2003,, Mary J. Blige, Aretha Franklin, Aerosmith and others performed in a nati ...
Missy Elliott... een a number of female rap stars, including Lauryn Hill, MC Lyte, Lil' Kim,, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia, M.I.A., Foxy Brow ...
Britney Spears... ured a soundtrack which included previously unreleased songs by 'N Sync and. Bass collaborated with Joey Fatone, Mandy Moore, Christian Burns and Tru ...
Jean-Baptiste Lully... ttist for the new musical genre known as opera, collaborating with composer. After Alceste (1674) was denounced by traditionalists who rejected it fo ...
Saint-Saëns... e of Paray's most renowned recordings, made in October 1957, is that of the' Symphony No. 3 in C minor. The circumstances surrounding the recording w ...
Scott Joplin... e—particularly its main melody, "The Entertainer", a ragtime composition by, which was lightly adapted for the movie by Marvin Hamlisch (and became a ...
Martin Cooper... and were perceived as, the core members. Adding sidemen Malcolm Holmes andby the end of 1980, this quartet (with occasional line-up fluctuations) wa ...
Russell Morris... Ferrets, Mike Brady, Martin Gellatley, Hush, Tully, Madder Lake, Supernaut,, Allison Durbin, Olivia Newton-John, Ross D. Wylie, The News, Max Merritt ...
Aretha FranklinOn September 4, 2003, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige,, Aerosmith and others performed in a nationally-televised "NFL Kickoff Li ...
Michael JacksonIn the beginning of the music video for thesong "Thriller", the heroine is terrorized by her monster boyfriend in wha ...
Michael StearnsThe score byand featuring music by Dead Can Dance, L. Subramaniam, Ciro Hurtado, Inkuy ...
Hector Berlioz... ounterpoint and harmony classes with Anton Reicha, the teacher of Liszt and, and friend of Ludwig van Beethoven. It was with the greatest regret that ...
Jacques Ibert... st. Many works were composed for Moyse including the 1934 Flute Concerto by. He was also a gifted flute teacher, and authored many studies and exerci ...
Goran Bregović... n McLaughlin, Brazzaville, The Alan Parsons Project, Jethro Tull, Akvarium,, Zucchero, Daniel Decker, Michel Legrand, Irina Allegrova, Garou, Alla Pu ...
Patsy Cline... sized in favor of trademark "licks". Leading artists in this genre included, Jim Reeves, Skeeter Davis, The Browns, and Eddy Arnold. The "slip note" ...
Jimmy PageIn October 1999, the band was joined by Led Zeppelin guitaristfor two pairs of shows in New York and Los Angeles, yielding a live releas ...
Viktor Ullmann... nn, Hanns Eisler, Rudolf Kolisch, Paul A. Pisk, Karl Rankl, Josef Rufer and. Though Berg and Webern both followed Schoenberg into total chromaticism ...
Jean-Luc Ponty... Herbie Hancock, vibraphonist Gary Burton, drummer Tony Williams, violinist, guitarists Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Frank Zappa, ...
Ferde Grofé... s Rhapsody in Blue in New York in 1924, and the orchestrator of that piece,, continued to be an important part of the band in 1928. At three hundred ...
Helen Terry... 3. The first single "Church of the Poison Mind", featuring backing vocalist, reached the UK and US Top 10, continuing the group's success. The second ...
Morrissey... ndie scene through the end of the decade, as various bands drew from singer's English-centered lyrical topics and guitarist Johnny Marr's jangly guit ...
Karim Haddad... In et Out for double bass. In 1996, the Sorbonne-trained Lebanese composercomposed Ce qui dort dans l'ombre sacrée ("He who sleeps in the sacred sha ...
Sarah Brightman... song of the 2008 Olympics, titled "You and Me", was performed by Britain'sand China's Liu Huan, on a large spinning rendition of the globe. The last ...
Roger Waters... ts. Linkin Park, The Prodigy, t.A.T.u., Shakira, Scorpions, Paul McCartney,, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and other celebrities performed there. For the Ne ...
Jean-Jacques Perrey... isitors to his lab, among them the renowned French electronic music pioneer, in March 1960. The eccentric electronic instrument builder and children' ...
Leroy Anderson... icato itself might be thought of as a kind of staccato effect. For example,'s Jazz Legato/Jazz Pizzicato. There is an intermediate articulation calle ...
Anton Reicha... essons with the young Franz Liszt and counterpoint and harmony classes with, the teacher of Liszt and Hector Berlioz, and friend of Ludwig van Beetho ...
Max Steiner... ecame a theatre manager and operator of a music hall. He was grandfather of, a Hollywood film composer
Marvin Hamlisch... ime composition by Scott Joplin, which was lightly adapted for the movie by(and became a top-ten chart single for Hamlisch, when released as a single ...
Ron Goodwin... Shifting Whispering Sands (Parts 1 & 2)", which had musical backing by theOrchestra and Chorus
James Morrison... e in the U.S. and second in the UK. In late 2008, Furtado collaborated withon a song called "Broken Strings" for his album Songs for You, Truths for ...
Berry Gordy... eved mainstream success with Ross as lead singer. In 1967, Motown presidentrenamed the group Diana Ross & the Supremes, and replaced Ballard with Cin ...
Johann Crüger... that for Brandenburg, which appeared in 1658; others first saw the light in's Geistliche Kirchenmelodien (1649) and Praxis pietatis melica (1656). Th ...
Skeeter Davis... rk "licks". Leading artists in this genre included Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves,, The Browns, and Eddy Arnold. The "slip note" piano style of session musi ...
Eminem... rs of the hip-hop community, such as Grandmaster Flash, Run-DMC, LL Cool J,, Kangol Kid of UTFO, and The Notorious B.I.G.. The release of more consci ...
Gene Raymond... some heifers onto the set with name tags of Lombard, Robert Montgomery, and, the stars of the film, to surprise the director. Hitchcock said he was m ...
Noël Coward... ined a King's Scholarship, Gielgud trained briefly at RADA and understudiedin Coward's The Vortex at the Everyman Theatre in Hampstead under the dire ...
Arnaut Daniel... ion of the condensed, direct expression that he detected in the writings of, Dante, and Guido Cavalcanti, amongst others. For example, in his 1911–12 ...
Bob MerrillIn 1957, a musical version by, called New Girl in Town, opened on Broadway
Slim Dusty... the 1930s by such recording artists as Tex Morton, and later popularized by, best remembered for his 1957 song "A Pub With No Beer". Dusty married si ...
Pierre Schaeffer... nd of one of Jarre's fellow-pupils at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales of, where Jarre had learned to use synthesizers, including the EMS VCS 3, wh ...
Franz Liszt... a professional concert pianist. She had taken piano lessons with the youngand counterpoint and harmony classes with Anton Reicha, the teacher of Lis ...
Geoffrey Kelly... f Stiltskin and later Genesis was born in Dumfries as were fellow musiciansand Ian Carr. While Bill Drummond of KLF is from Newton Stewart he is one ...
Dennis DeYoung#"The Grand Illusion" () – 4:3
Holland–Dozier–Holland... were written and produced by Motown's main songwriting and production team,. At their peak in the mid-1960s, The Supremes rivaled The Beatles in worl ...
Louie Bellson... ly of romantic ballads and jazz standards, with the Dee Felice Trio and theOrchestra respectively. He recorded a number of tracks with the Dapps, a w ...
Carl Perkins... were Elvis Presley, "Heartbreak Hotel"; Johnny Cash, "I Walk the Line"; and, "Blue Suede Shoes"
Kōtarō Nakagawa... Joe Hisaishi, Michiru Oshima, Yoko Kanno, Toshihiko Sahashi, Yuki Kajiura,and [[:ja|林ゆうき|Hayashi Yuuki]]
Kenny Burrell... Sam "The Man" Taylor, George Duvivier, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Eddie Costa,, ) who participated in Scott's 1959 Secret 7 recording project
Hanns Eisler... lowetz, Erwin Stein and Egon Wellesz, and somewhat later Eduard Steuermann,, Rudolf Kolisch, Paul A. Pisk, Karl Rankl, Josef Rufer and Viktor Ullmann ...
Georg Böhm... first published work and it is now partially lost. These pieces, along with's works, may or may not have influenced Johann Sebastian Bach's early org ...
Petula Clark... several different languages in the late 1960s (most notably the version byand discovery of an unreleased version in the 1990s recorded in 1967 by Ju ...
Frank Zappa... Jean-Luc Ponty, guitarists Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and, saxophonist Wayne Shorter and bassists Jaco Pastorius and Stanley Clarke ...
John Flansburgh... rk, in Steve Nieve's opera Welcome to the Voice, alongside Ron Sexsmith andof They Might Be Giants. In 2001, Costello was artist-in-residence at UCLA ...
Christina Aguilera... ombining the characters of both 90210 and The Beverly Hillbillies. In 1999,from the Mickey Mouse Club made a cameo performance on Beverly Hills 90210 ...
Dennis DeYoungAccording to keyboardist, the album's theme was the struggle to overcome self-deluding superficial ...
Olivia Newton-John... with more than 7 million record sales. Australian country artists includingand Keith Urban have achieved considerable success in the USA. In recent y ...
Lil' Kim... ere have been a number of female rap stars, including Lauryn Hill, MC Lyte,, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia, M. ...
Giovanni de Macque... s with many accidentals, close to similar pieces by Girolamo Frescobaldi or
John DowlandIn music, the post-Elizabethan cult of melancholia is associated with, whose motto was Semper Dowland, semper dolens. ("Always Dowland, always ...
Maximilian Steinberg... and almost finished it in the last four years of his life. (His son-in-lawcompleted the book in 1912.) Rimsky-Korsakov's scientific treatment of orc ...
Tommy Shaw... tures two instrumentals, the DeYoung synthesizer showcase "The Message" and's closing "Aku-Aku" (although for the latter, there was one lyric spoken, ...
Tommy FinkeJames Randi can be heard speaking an introduction ons song "Poet der Affen/Poet of the Apes", released on the album of the sam ...
Joe Cocker... r, Serj Tankian, Jivan Gasparyan, Plácido Domingo, Uriah Heep, Deep Purple,, John McLaughlin, Brazzaville, The Alan Parsons Project, Jethro Tull, Akv ...
Charlie Chaplin... presario, Fred Karno, working as a supporting actor and as an understudy of. Laurel said of Karno "There was no one like him. He had no equal. His na ...
Judith Durham... ark and discovery of an unreleased version in the 1990s recorded in 1967 byof The Seekers), and Chaplin's theme from Limelight was a hit in the 1950s ...
Johnny Marr... drew from singer Morrissey's English-centered lyrical topics and guitarist's jangly guitar-playing style. The C86 cassette, a 1986 NME premium featu ...
Gershon Kingsley... he motif of the track Oxygène IV is a variation on a phrase from Popcorn by, which Jarre himself had previously covered under the pseudonyms of The P ...
Yuki Kajiura... music include Joe Hisaishi, Michiru Oshima, Yoko Kanno, Toshihiko Sahashi,, Kōtarō Nakagawa and [[:ja|林ゆうき|Hayashi Yuuki]]
Girolamo Frescobaldi... te passages in both hands with many accidentals, close to similar pieces byor Giovanni de Macque
Michael Jackson... e also held at the National Stadium from 1987 until 1996, they included U2,, The Rolling Stones, Dire Straits, Bon Jovi and R.E.M. The last music con ...
Toshihiko Sahashi... s of Japanese theme music include Joe Hisaishi, Michiru Oshima, Yoko Kanno,, Yuki Kajiura, Kōtarō Nakagawa and [[:ja|林ゆうき|Hayashi Yuuki]]
Christian Burns... N Sync and Britney Spears. Bass collaborated with Joey Fatone, Mandy Moore,and True Vibe (as the "On The Line Allstars") for the film's theme song, " ...
Wayne Shorter... ts Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Frank Zappa, saxophonistand bassists Jaco Pastorius and Stanley Clarke. Jazz fusion was also popul ...
James P. Johnson... at Carnegie Hall in 1912. The Baltimore rag style of Eubie Blake influenced's development of "Stride" piano playing, in which the right hand plays th ...
Frederick IIKingof Prussia conquered most of Silesia from Austria in 1740 during the Siles ...
Robert PlantLed Zeppelin's lead singerstated that the song "changed his life". He recalled hearing it for the fi ...
Björn UlvaeusPer Gessle is one of three people (also including) who own NoteHeads, a Swedish company which publishes the music notation ...
Matias Kupiainen... ad of the album. Stratovarius eventually found a replacement guitarist with, and soon after began work on their next album
Dennis DeYoungThe theme of the album, asexplained on In the Studio with Redbeard which devoted an entire episode t ...
Mario Davidovsky... al Bass (1997). Two significant recent works written for solo bass include,'s Synchronisms No.11 for double bass and electronic sounds and Elliott Ca ...
Matias Kupiainen... Timo Tolkki and Jari Kainulainen, and featured in their place new guitaristand bassist Lauri Porra. The album yielded the two singles "Deep Unknown" ...
Ian Carr... er Genesis was born in Dumfries as were fellow musicians Geoffrey Kelly and. While Bill Drummond of KLF is from Newton Stewart he is one of the Queen ...
Bloodshy & Avant... o-friendly. She was later given songs to record with Swedish pop producers,, which she refused to do. Imbruglia and her record label parted ways at t ...
Atahualpa Yupanqui... an countries; he was particularly influenced by artists like Violeta Parra,, and the poet Pablo Neruda. Jara began his foray into folklore in the mid ...
Julian Lennon... the only child of John Lennon and Yoko Ono and the younger half-brother of. His godfather is Sir Elton John
Janet Jackson... R&B producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, who had a proven track record with, the SOS Band, Alexander O'Neal, and Cherelle. Jam and Lewis had expresse ...
Johannes Brahms... y, wrote The Gambler while compulsively gambling at the Baden-Baden Casino.' local residence, the Brahmshaus, can still be visited today
Shaun Davey... yce's The Dead on Broadway. A "play with music", The Dead featured music by, conducted by Charles Prince, with music coordination and percussion by T ...
Maria Malibran... her middle names. She was 13 years younger than her beautiful sister, diva, but her father made Pauline his favorite and trained her on the piano an ...
Eubie Blake... ayed a benefit concert at Carnegie Hall in 1912. The Baltimore rag style ofinfluenced James P. Johnson's development of "Stride" piano playing, in wh ...
Andy Bell... thpop duo, consisting of songwriter and keyboardist Vince Clarke and singer. Erasure entered the music scene in 1985 with their debut single "Who Nee ...
Jaco Pastorius... la, John McLaughlin and Frank Zappa, saxophonist Wayne Shorter and bassistsand Stanley Clarke. Jazz fusion was also popular in Japan where the band C ...
Philip Glass... nd David Hykes, is noticeably different from the minimalist one provided byfor Koyaanisqatsi. The film was produced by Mark Magidson, who also produc ...
Lauryn Hill... f rappers are male, there have been a number of female rap stars, including, MC Lyte, Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Ni ...
Billie Holiday... ough she also expressed admiration for Mildred Bailey, Ella Fitzgerald, and
Yoko Kanno... ble composers of Japanese theme music include Joe Hisaishi, Michiru Oshima,, Toshihiko Sahashi, Yuki Kajiura, Kōtarō Nakagawa and [[:ja|林ゆうき|Hayashi ...
Marty Robbins... d of the decade, backlash as well as traditional artists such as Ray Price,, and Johnny Horton began to shift the industry away from the rock n' roll ...
Norbert von Hannenheim... ls, such as Winfried Zillig, the Catalan Roberto Gerhard, the Transylvanianand the Greek Nikos Skalkottas, are sometimes covered by the term, though ...
Tommy Shaw#*Lead vocals, mandolin, all guitars:# "The Message" (DeYoung) – 1:0
Lonnie Donegan... derived genre known as skiffle peaked in the 1950s thanks to the efforts of; though the genre as a whole was very short-lived, most of the bands invo ...
Dennis DeYoung#*Lead vocals and synthesizer solo:#*ARP Odyssey: James Youn
Johnny Green... . In 1935, it became the Socony Sketchbook, with Christopher Morley and theorchestra
Tommy Shaw#*Lead Guitar:#"Miss America" (Young) – 5:0
Hank Snow... recorded. In chronological order others include: "I've Been Everywhere" by(1962) (album of the same title) and (1996) reworked from the original 195 ...
Jimmy Page... alympic Games (LOCOG). This presentation included performances by guitarist, and recording artist Leona Lewis. Footballer David Beckham was also feat ...
Henry VIII... k. In 1527, with some of the money from the dissolution of the monasteries,built Southsea Castle and decreed that Portsmouth be home of the Royal Nav ...
Marty Robbins... harlie Rich, as well as such former "hard country" artists as Ray Price and
Charlie Chaplin... war films of all types were showing throughout the world, notably those ofwho actively promoted war bonds and voluntary enlistment
Joe Hisaishi... asaki, and Mitsuko Horie. Notable composers of Japanese theme music include, Michiru Oshima, Yoko Kanno, Toshihiko Sahashi, Yuki Kajiura, Kōtarō Naka ...
Jimi Hendrix... th extreme volume and distortion. In the avant rock domain examples include's use of feedback, Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music and Sonic Youth. Other ...
Jelly Roll MortonAfro-Creole pianistbegan his career in Storyville. From 1904, he toured with vaudeville shows ...
Ferdinando Paer... inging teacher, composer and impresario Manuel García . Her godparents wereand Princess Pauline Galitsin, who provided her with her middle names. She ...
Dennis DeYoung#*Soliloquy:#"Come Sail Away" (DeYoung) – 6:0
Charlie Chaplin... throughout Europe and United States. The film The Great Dictator (1940) byis a satire on Adolf Hitler. Many social critics of the time, such as Karl ...
Mack Gordon... minated: Best Music, Original Song in Academy Awards) Harry Warren (music),(lyrics). See 15th Academy Awards
Randy Stonehill... of the groundbreaking Jesus music artists including; Servant, Daniel Amos,, Barry McGuire, Resurrection Band, Phil Keaggy, and Classic Petra
Tommy Shaw#*Lead Guitar:# "Sing for the Day" (Shaw) – 4:5
Takehisa Kosugi... ean Music, Milan Knížák's Broken Music Composition, early LaMonte Young and
Loretta Lynn... "hard country" artists emerged during this period and dominated the genre:, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Porter Wagoner, and Sonny James among them
Johann Gottfried Waltherfamously described Pachelbel's vocal works as "more perfectly executed tha ...
Pete Burns... ) Weird" as the tabloids and magazines plastered him all over their covers., lead singer of the new wave band Dead or Alive would later claim he was ...
Keith RichardsThe Rolling Stones' guitariststated in his 2010 autobiography, Life, that Heartbreak Hotel was one of t ...
Barry McGuire... aking Jesus music artists including; Servant, Daniel Amos, Randy Stonehill,, Resurrection Band, Phil Keaggy, and Classic Petra
Elliott Carter... o Davidovsky's Synchronisms No.11 for double bass and electronic sounds and's Figment III, for solo double bass. The German composer Gerhard Stäbler ...
Giorgio Moroder... r In Electric Dreams", a collaboration with one of his idols, synth pioneer. The track was taken from the film soundtrack to Electric Dreams and beca ...
Merle Haggard... " artists emerged during this period and dominated the genre: Loretta Lynn,, Buck Owens, Porter Wagoner, and Sonny James among them
Dan Emmett... ly becoming associated with abolitionism. The minstrel show was invented byand the Virginia Minstrels. Minstrel shows produced the first well-remembe ...
Serj Tankian... ed host to many world-famous musical acts including Charles Aznavour, Cher,, Jivan Gasparyan, Plácido Domingo, Uriah Heep, Deep Purple, Joe Cocker, J ...
Matias Kupiainen... 0, Stratovarius announced the start of recording of their second album withon guitar. Before officially launching the album, the Darkest Hours EP was ...
Benny AnderssonIn February 1969, Lyngstad met, and the couple were engaged in August. By 1971 they were living together ...
Al Green... ce (later renamed Bacon & Eggs), and featured appearances by Jerry Stiller,, Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, former WWE wrestler Chyna, and Bass's ...
Tommy Shaw#*Lead vocals and guitar:#*Synthesizer solos: Dennis DeYoun
Tommy Shaw#"Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)" () – 5:2
Liam Finn... on, Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson with Troy Cassar-Daley, Kings Of Leon,, Crowded House, Jet, Paul Kelly, Split Enz and Wolfmother
Eva Jessye... ious of Gershwin's output. For the performances, Gershwin collaborated with, whom he picked as the musical director. One of the outstanding musical a ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... as musical influences on the album by Davis were the contemporary composer, who later recorded with the trumpeter in 1980, and Paul Buckmaster (who ...
Laura Nyro... ichard Perry-produced album Stoney End in 1971. The title track, written by, was a major hit for Streisand
Harry Warren... tra Wives. This was nominated: Best Music, Original Song in Academy Awards)(music), Mack Gordon (lyrics). See 15th Academy Awards
Amy Grant... ts penned for artists such as Sandi Patty, Kathy Troccoli, Bill Gaither and, to the effect that some of these popular worship songs can now be found ...
Wilko JohnsonGill's guitar sound had a forebear in the playing of, the guitarist with Dr. Feelgood. Gill's staccato, aggressive style has p ...
Dennis DeYoung#*Lead vocals, synthesizer solo and pipe organ:#*Lead Guitar: Tommy Sha
Scott Joplin... roduced by Gil Rodin, contained the following selections, most of which areragtime pieces. Ragtime had just experienced a revival due to several reco ...
Tommy Shaw#*Lead vocals and lead guitar:#*Soliloquy: Dennis DeYoun
John Williamson... ularity in Australia; notable musicians of this genre include David Hudson,, Gina Jeffreys, Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar-Daley, Sara Storer, Felicity U ...
Jamie Hartman... net in early February. It was confirmed that the latter was co-written withof Ben's Brother and will not be included on her fourth album. A version o ...
Cat Stevens... ith her rendition of the traditional tune Morning Has Broken popularized by. This song by Cat Stevens, is a favourite for Frida and the song was also ...
Richard Strauss... ore recent music by European composers. He hissed unabashedly when he heard's opera Salome, and told Diaghilev after hearing Claude Debussy's opera P ...
Igor Stravinsky... e would seem to suggest his remarkable significance. (Ballantine 1977, 244)expressed great, but not uncritical, enthusiasm for Stockhausen's music in ...
Dennis DeYoung#*Synthesizer solos:#"Superstars" (DeYoung, Shaw, James Young) – 3:5
Rossini... e in her Paris home, where it was visited by many notable people, including, who genuflected, and Tchaikovsky, who said he was "in the presence of di ...
Sonny James... ted the genre: Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Porter Wagoner, andamong them
Debra Byrne... , Olivia Newton-John, Ross D. Wylie, The News, Max Merritt and the Meteors,, Rose Tattoo, The Reels, The Saints, Sebastian Hardie, Lash, William Shak ...
Gerhard Stäbler... and Elliott Carter's Figment III, for solo double bass. The German composerwrote Co-wie Kobalt (1989–90), "...a music for double bass solo and grand ...
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis... y and precision of jazz. Trumpeter Lewis Hamlin and saxophonist/keyboardist(the successor to previous bandleader Nat Jones) led the band. Guitarist J ...
Dennis DeYoung#*Lead vocals:#*First guitar solo and guitar fills: Tommy Sha
Carolyn Arends... for several months learning the craft of songwriting; Canadian CCM musician. Songwriter Bob Hartman, credits Norman and his 1972 song "Why Should the ...
Ray CharlesIn 1962,surprised the pop world by turning his attention to country and western mu ...
Noël Coward... lted, extraordinarily polite dialogues, in scenes that were parodies of Sir's style, most particularly that of Dame Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard i ...
George AntheilLamarr also co-invented – with composer – an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hop ...
Felicity Urquhart... of successful country music artists. Homegrown country music stars includeand up-and-coming talent Chasing Bailey, whose music style is a mixture of ...
Charles Aznavour... night. The city has played host to many world-famous musical acts including, Cher, Serj Tankian, Jivan Gasparyan, Plácido Domingo, Uriah Heep, Deep P ...
Nikos Skalkottas... lan Roberto Gerhard, the Transylvanian Norbert von Hannenheim and the Greek, are sometimes covered by the term, though (apart from Gerhard) they neve ...
Tommy Shaw#*First guitar solo and guitar fills:#*Second guitar solo: James Youn
Michael Tippett... Robinson, Ned Rorem, William Schuman, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach,, and Kurt Weill
Rockin' Dopsie... debut album Carencro after it. Carencro is also famous as the birthplace of. A few miles south of Sunset and Opelousas Louisiana, Carencro is a noted ...
Arthur Sullivan... tire, however, are to be found in the Savoy Operas of W. S. Gilbert and Sir. In fact, in The Yeomen of the Guard, a jester is given lines that paint ...
Robert Downey, Jr.... he adaptation for the new version. Spielberg approached Tom Hanks and laterfor the lead role, but in December 2009 Spielberg opted out after a disput ...
Charlie Chaplin... ned his daughter Oona for marrying the English actor, director and producerwhen she was 18 and Chaplin was 54. He never saw Oona again
Cornelis VreeswijkDutch-Swedish singer-songwriterrecorded "Blues för Victor Jara" on his album Bananer - bland annat in 198 ...
Jeff Bridges... ion, after losing significant weight to appear in the film Stay Hungry with. Lou Ferrigno proved not to be a threat, and a lighter-than-usual Schwarz ...
Richie Sambora... s), and featured appearances by Jerry Stiller, Al Green, Bon Jovi guitarist, former WWE wrestler Chyna, and Bass's bandmates Timberlake and Kirkpatri ...
James Reese Europe... tern United States, a "hot" style of playing ragtime had developed, notably's symphonic Clef Club orchestra in New York which played a benefit concer ...
Ry Cooder... ars, "Davenport Blues" has been recorded by musicians from Bunny Berigan toto Geoff Muldaur
Kasey Chambers... Eso with Paris Wells, Gabriella Cilmi, Hunters & Collectors, Jack Johnson,& Shane Nicholson with Troy Cassar-Daley, Kings Of Leon, Liam Finn, Crowde ...
Miles Davis... ts used by 1970s-era rock bands. Notable performers of jazz fusion included, keyboardists Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, vibraphonist Gary ...
Kasey Chambers... freys, Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar-Daley, Sara Storer, Felicity Urquhart and. Others influenced by the genre include Nick Cave, Paul Kelly, The John B ...
Tchaikovsky... ims she persuaded Désirée Artôt not to go through with her idea of marrying. She was also the godmother of Artôt's daughter Lola Artôt de Padilla. In ...
John Sebastian... Joe McDonald, Tom Constanten, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Melanie,, Mountain, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Levon Helm Band, although no ...
Bob Hartman... the craft of songwriting; Canadian CCM musician Carolyn Arends. Songwriter, credits Norman and his 1972 song "Why Should the Devil Have All the Good ...
Winfried Zillig... ced a traditional conception of tonality. Several yet later pupils, such as, the Catalan Roberto Gerhard, the Transylvanian Norbert von Hannenheim an ...
Johnny Thunders... th new drummer Les Warner (who had previously played with Julian Lennon and). Two more official singles from the Love album followed; "Rain" (chartin ...
Dennis DeYoung... René Magritte entitled "Le Blanc-Seing". It features a photo of keyboardiston the body of a horse
Liu Huan... titled "You and Me", was performed by Britain's Sarah Brightman and China's, on a large spinning rendition of the globe. The last recipient in the Ol ...
Geoff Muldaur... rt Blues" has been recorded by musicians from Bunny Berigan to Ry Cooder to
Bob Geldof... Freemen do collect rent for the loss of privilege. Honorary freemen include, King Harald V of Norway, Nelson Mandela, Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer and ...
Arlo Guthrie... vening With Salvador Allende", the concert featured Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger,and Ochs
Cat Stevens... to record Fakebook, an album of mostly acoustic tunes, including covers of, Gene Clark, The Kinks, Daniel Johnston, among others, with five original ...
John CaleMuch of the album's sound was conceived by, who stressed the experimental qualities of the band. Cale, who was influ ...
Kurt Weill... William Schuman, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael Tippett, and
Nick Cave... elicity Urquhart and Kasey Chambers. Others influenced by the genre include, Paul Kelly, The John Butler Trio and
Henry VIII... ters who were not called Sid or Sidney, namely, Carry On Henry (a parody of) and Carry On Dick (a spoof of legendary highwayman Dick Turpin), in both ...
Georges Bizet... ssics like the story Carmen by Prosper Mérimée and the opera based on it by, Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Miguel de Cervantes' La Gi ...
Mitch Leigh... ge Balanchine, an American musicalMan of La Mancha (1965)by Dale Wasserman,, and Joe Darion. which was made into a film in 1972, directed by Arthur H ...
Marius Petipa... the art of ballet was ignited when her mother took her to a performance of's original production of The Sleeping Beauty at the Imperial Maryinsky Th ...
Charles Wuorinen... ie Kobalt (1989–90), "...a music for double bass solo and grand orchestra."added several important works to the repertoire, Spinoff trio for double b ...
Julian Lennon... worldwide tour with new drummer Les Warner (who had previously played withand Johnny Thunders). Two more official singles from the Love album follow ...
Joe Zawinul... bands. Notable performers of jazz fusion included Miles Davis, keyboardists, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, vibraphonist Gary Burton, drummer Tony Will ...
Joe Darion... American musicalMan of La Mancha (1965)by Dale Wasserman, Mitch Leigh, and. which was made into a film in 1972, directed by Arthur Hiller, and a son ...
Jamie Hartman... were co-written with Ben Hillier, Dave McCracken, Daniel Johns, Gary Clark,, Paul Harris and Shep Solomon. Some of the tracks were produced by Hillie ...
Pierre Boulez... team won the support of several key cultural icons, including the conductorand Claude Pompidou, widow of former French President Georges Pompidou, af ...
Merzbow... panoise. Its most prominent representative is Masami Akita with his project
Dennis DeYoung#*Lead vocals:#*Guitar fills and first guitar solo: Tommy Sha
Gene Clark... kebook, an album of mostly acoustic tunes, including covers of Cat Stevens,, The Kinks, Daniel Johnston, among others, with five original songs by th ...
Tommy Shaw#*Guitar fills and first guitar solo:#*Melodic Guitar Lead: James Youn
Olivia Newton-John... atley, Hush, Tully, Madder Lake, Supernaut, Russell Morris, Allison Durbin,, Ross D. Wylie, The News, Max Merritt and the Meteors, Debra Byrne, Rose ...
Bob Dylan... rk in 1974. Titled "An Evening With Salvador Allende", the concert featured, Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie and Ochs
Barbra Streisand... mid-1990s. Squint included the track "Smug", which mocks Rush Limbaugh andas iconic masters of smugness. The album also included the song "Cash Cow" ...
Prince... lude Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Sade, En Vogue, Nine Inch Nails, Korn,, Naughty by Nature, Johnny Mathis and Janet Jackson. Aaliyah expressed th ...
Tim Armstrong... onable was released August 11, 1995 on Wingnut Records, and was produced by. The album featured fast and upbeat hardcore songs, with humorous lyrical ...
Aphex Twin... Radio 3 sent Stockhausen a package of recordings from contemporary artists, Richie Hawtin (Plastikman), Scanner and Daniel Pemberton, and asked him ...
Kirk Whalum... , in memory of the shuttle's crew. McNair's saxophone piece was recorded byand retitled "Ron's Piece"
La Monte Young... al qualities of the band. Cale, who was influenced greatly by his work with, John Cage and the early Fluxus movement, encouraged the use of alternati ...
Stephen Foster... in American music history: Thomas D. Rice, Dan Emmett, and, most famously,. After minstrel shows' popularity faded, coon songs, a similar phenomenon ...
Marius Petipa... lly accepted, at the age of 10. She appeared for the first time on stage in's Un conte de fées (A Fairy Tale), which the ballet master staged for the ...
Chick Corea... e performers of jazz fusion included Miles Davis, keyboardists Joe Zawinul,, Herbie Hancock, vibraphonist Gary Burton, drummer Tony Williams, violini ...
Tommy Shaw#*Lead vocals and lead guitar:#"Castle Walls" (DeYoung) – 6:0
Bruce Hornsby... included a summer stint with the 1997 Furthur Festival, along with Ratdog,and others. During this period, the band recorded an album called Band, wh ...
Sir Elton John... nd Yoko Ono and the younger half-brother of Julian Lennon. His godfather is
Yasunao Tone... ealist and Fluxus art movements, specifically the Fluxus artists Joe Jones,, George Brecht, Robert Watts, Wolf Vostell, Yoko Ono, Walter De Maria's O ...
Dennis DeYoung#*Lead vocals:#*Guitar fills and harmony fills: Tommy Sha
Daniel Johnston... tly acoustic tunes, including covers of Cat Stevens, Gene Clark, The Kinks,, among others, with five original songs by the band themselves, including ...
Tommy Shaw#*Guitar fills and harmony fills:#*Guitar solo: James Youn
Carl Perkins... nly the second single in history to reach all three Billboard charts, after' "Blue Suede Shoes". The song spent a total of twenty-seven weeks in the ...
John Cage... the band. Cale, who was influenced greatly by his work with La Monte Young,and the early Fluxus movement, encouraged the use of alternative ways of p ...
Kevin Godley... 977 concept album Consequences, written and produced by former 10cc membersand Lol Creme. A mixture of spoken comedy and progressive rock with an env ...
Felicity Urquhart... n Williamson, Gina Jeffreys, Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar-Daley, Sara Storer,and Kasey Chambers. Others influenced by the genre include Nick Cave, Paul ...
Herbie Hancock... of jazz fusion included Miles Davis, keyboardists Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea,, vibraphonist Gary Burton, drummer Tony Williams, violinist Jean-Luc Pont ...
Alexander Shchetynsky... "Seven Screen Shots" for double bass and piano (2005) by Ukrainian composerwith solo part that includes many unconventional methods of playing the do ...
Dominique ProbstApart from the libretto for the opera Maximilien Kolbe (music by) which has been performed in five countries, filmed for television and re ...
Vic Schoen... , who worked very briefly with the band as well as Andrews Sisters arrangerAccording to Norman Leyden, "[s]everal others [besides Leyden] arranged fo ...
Mike Shinoda... nese-American family's experience during the internment period. Lead singer's paternal grandparents were interned during World War II, along with his ...
Johann Strauss... 1875 to 1880 on his own. During this period, he is said to have discovered, and encouraged Jacques Offenbach to drop a lucrative conducting career t ...
Jimmy Reed... rned harmonica at age 5 and plays the instrument on many of his recordings.played harmonica on most of his blues shuffle recordings
Anton Webern... he principal members of the school, besides Schoenberg, were Alban Berg and, who were among his first composition pupils. Both of them had already pr ...
Teddy Neeley... ving the production to join the Acapulco production, Norman and his friend,, were offered the replacement parts as George Berger and Claude Bukowski ...
John CoriglianoMany of the later 20th-century composers, such as John Cage,and Steve Reich, used modernist and minimalist techniques. Reich discovere ...
Arnold Schoenberg... roduced Los Angeles audiences to important new works by Igor Stravinsky and. The orchestra responded well to his leadership, but Klemperer had a diff ...
Howard Shore... Powell, production designer Dante Ferretti, and composers Robbie Robertson,and Elmer Bernstein. Schoonmaker, Richardson, Powell, and Ferretti have al ...
Robert Schumann... including him in a tradition that includes Cervantes, Diderot and Voltaire.'s piano suite Kreisleriana (1838) has its title from one of Hoffmann's bo ...
Anton Reicha... us. As a young girl she had studied with the musical theorist and composer,, she was an outstanding pianist, and a complete all-round professional mu ...
Missy ElliottAaliyah worked with record producers Timbaland andfor her second album, One in a Million; it sold 3.7 million copies in the ...
Glen Campbell... ss over to adult contemporary music. It started with pop music singers like, Bobbie Gentry, John Denver, Olivia Newton-John, Anne Murray, Marie Osmon ...
Ronnie Hawkins... Band gradually came together as a part of Toronto-based, rockabilly singer's backing group, the Hawks: Helm, an original Hawk who journeyed with Haw ...
Ismael Quintana... zario. Also, countless Salsa singers like Héctor Lavoe, Cheo Feliciano, andalso come from the city
Bill Evans... on his own works. In the liner notes Riley cites Art Tatum, Bud Powell, andas his piano "heroes," illustrating the central importance of jazz to his ...
William H. Krell... e songs as a banjo solo "Rag Time Medley". Also in 1897, the white composerpublished his "Mississippi Rag" as the first written piano instrumental ra ...
Eric Singer... ates in Europe before the world tour. Following the early promotional tour,replaced Steve Ferrone for the full 1998 world tour
Terry Scott Taylor... the Netherlands with Daniel Amos band backing him. Due to the laryngitis of, lead singer of Daniel Amos, Norman sang their songs from Horrendous Disc ...
Billy May... rranger for Artie Shaw), Bill Finegan (a former arranger for Tommy Dorsey),and to a much smaller extent, George Williams, who worked very briefly wit ...
Arthur Somervell... ian taste, and to many early 20th century English composers (beginning with) both before and after the First World War. Through its song-setting the ...
Trevor Jones... our and Herbert Kretzmer, for the soundtrack of the film Notting Hill, withproducing. For the 25th anniversary of Saturday Night Live, Costello was i ...
Delia Derbyshire... n 1963 the science fiction series Doctor Who. Grainer was so impressed with's electronic realisation of his score (which remained the standard versio ...
Frescobaldi... s Pachelbel composed, that are more akin to his fugues than to ricercars by's or Froberger, are perhaps more technically interesting. In the original ...
Vanessa L. Williams... clude Dick Clark, Taye Diggs, Peter Falk, Frank Langella, Aaron Sorkin, and
John Denver... music. It started with pop music singers like Glen Campbell, Bobbie Gentry,, Olivia Newton-John, Anne Murray, Marie Osmond, B. J. Thomas, The Bellamy ...
Peter Gabriel... ance and produced by Steve Lillywhite, known for his work with artists like, U2, Rolling Stones and Morrissey amongst others. The young producer Lill ...
Jimi Hendrix... in their home country and some parts of Europe, and even reached the ear of, who took time out from his tour to jam with the duo, along with George C ...
Tommy Lee... otos from the famed Stolen Honeymoon sex tape featuring Pamela Anderson and. It also began to regularly feature pictorials of female models peeing, w ...
John Mark Painter... the Newsboys. The group, featuring Steve on vocals, Jimmy Abegg on guitar,on bass, and Furler on drums, hopes to release this album by early 2012
Elmer Bernstein... n designer Dante Ferretti, and composers Robbie Robertson, Howard Shore and. Schoonmaker, Richardson, Powell, and Ferretti have all won Academy Award ...
Fats Waller... with composers Eubie Blake, Don Redman, James P. Johnson, Harry Brooks, and. Among the best-known Razaf-Waller collaborations are Ain't Misbehavin', ...
Charlie Chaplin... G. M. Anderson, starring in the very popular "Broncho Billy" westerns, and. Allan Dwan was hired by Essanay Studios as a screenwriter and developed ...
Neil TennantThe jury included musician, author Marina Warner, curator Fumio Nanjo and British Council officer An ...
Steve Reich... of the later 20th-century composers, such as John Cage, John Corigliano and, used modernist and minimalist techniques. Reich discovered a technique k ...
Cheo Feliciano... ngers like Ednita Nazario. Also, countless Salsa singers like Héctor Lavoe,, and Ismael Quintana also come from the city
Mauro Scocco... the Swedish pop group Ratata, one of Lyngstad's favourites. One day singercalled and said he had a song suitable for a duet. After hearing it, Lyngs ...
Graeme Revell# Claire's Theme –# (I'll Love You) Till The End Of The World – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds # ...
Alan McGee... d to Creation Records. Apparently, when offering them the deal after a gig,, head of Creation, asked that they sing more songs in English. Rhys point ...
Bob DylanIn late summer 1965,was looking for a backup band for his first U.S. "electric" tour. Levon an ...
Sammi Smith... Zandt Eric Church and with a few female vocalists such as Jessi Colter and. It was encapsulated in the 1976 album Wanted! The Outlaws. A related sub ...
Eric Dolphy... ld in Europein part because musicians such as Ayler, Taylor, Steve Lacy andspent extended periods in Europe. A distinctive European contemporary jazz ...
Zeca Afonso... was also credited as one of the discoverers of the Newfoundland fisheries.was a singer and composer
Charles Ives... n technique and form. Later, he turned to the ballet and then serial music.was one of the earliest American classical composers of enduring internati ...
Alban BergThe principal members of the school, besides Schoenberg, wereand Anton Webern, who were among his first composition pupils. Both of the ...
Sheldon Harnick... ity is the Administrator of the award. The 2009 awardees are Jerry Bock and. Past awardees are composers such as Stephen Sondheim and performers such ...
Cole Porter... e nomination for Best Actress, for her performance in the 2004 biography of, De-Lovely, opposite
Bruce Channel... a. Two of his hits are "Anton aus Tirol" and "Hey Baby", a cover version of's 1962 song
Gustav MahlerThe Symphony No. 1 in D major bywas mainly composed between late 1887 and March 1888, though it incorporat ...
Keith Jarrett... his conceptions, and his playing bears some notable similarities to that of. (The album title invites this comparison.
Perez Prado... . The most popular styles included the conga, rumba, and mambo. In the '50smade the cha-cha-cha famous, and the rise of Afro-Cuban jazz opened many e ...
Juan Morel Campos... to the great performances of King of Tenors Antonio Paoli and danza master, both from Ponce. Today, there is a statue of Juan Morel Campos that ador ...
Morrissey... known for his work with artists like Peter Gabriel, U2, Rolling Stones andamongst others. The young producer Lillywhite was only 25 when this album ...
Jimmy Webb... nals disaster. The people who keep it flowing, such as the nameless hero of’s song "Wichita Lineman" (1968), are still often cast as heroic, wizard-l ...
Charlie Chaplin... n addition to composing new film scores, Timothy Brock has restored many of's scores
Tim Curry... secluded New England mansion. They are met by the house butler, Wadsworth (), who reminds them each that they have been given pseudonyms to protect t ...
Stevie Wonder... , to start a family; her replacement was Lynda Laurence, a former member of's backup group, Third Generation (a predecessor to Wonderlove). Jimmy Web ...
Frankie Lymon... Thomas' southern funk, doo-wop groups like the Coasters for the humour and& the Teenagers
Pierre Boulez... centennial production of 1976 directed by Patrice Chéreau and conducted by. Set in the industrial revolution, it replaced the depths of the Rhine wi ...
Damião de Góis... "wilds". An alternative interpretation, made by the Portuguese philosopherin 1540, derives Lapland from "the dumb and lazy land", because a land whe ...
Bruce Channel... best known in the English-speaking world for his 2001 cover version of thesong "Hey Baby"
Lupe Fiasco... Jay-Z are known for the metaphorical content of their raps. Rappers such asare known for the complexity of their songs that contain metaphors within ...
Bob Dylan... kawa made an album using Chuya Nakahara's poems. Tomobe Masato, inspired by, wrote critically acclaimed lyrics. The Tigers was the most popular Group ...
Eubie Blake... usic was played by other Tin Pan Alley musicians, as well as Benny Goodman,, Cab Calloway and many others. He was a contributor and editor of the Uni ...
Arnold SchoenbergThe Second Viennese School is the group of composers that comprisedand his pupils and close associates in early 20th century Vienna, where he ...
John CageMany of the later 20th-century composers, such as, John Corigliano and Steve Reich, used modernist and minimalist technique ...
J.S. Bach... -thematic material, and are shorter than the later model (of which those ofare a prime example). The contrapuntal devices of stretto, diminution and ...
Yngwie Malmsteen... chael from Rage was hired as their drummer and soon after Jens Johansson of-fame was hired as keyboardist, a position he has held to this date. This ...
Louis Jordan... developed, incorporating elements of the earlier styles of blues and swing., the first innovator of this style, featured an upright bass in his group ...
King Henry... elf with Mary and was now part of her household. It was in the household ofand Catherine of Aragon's daughter, Lady Mary, that Catherine Parr caught ...
Brian Eno... ations have influenced many others in various genres, including John Adams,, Robert Fripp, Philip Glass, Frederic Rzewski and Tangerine Dream
Robbie Robertson... me designer Sandy Powell, production designer Dante Ferretti, and composers, Howard Shore and Elmer Bernstein. Schoonmaker, Richardson, Powell, and F ...
Stephen Sondheim... ees are Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick. Past awardees are composers such asand performers such as Carol Channing. The 2010 award will go to
Ludacris... ack Howl pep rally and concert. Featured performers have included Lonestar,, Chris Daughtry, and most recently Cartel, Guster and The Avett Brothers
Timothy Brock... scores for numerous silent films. In addition to composing new film scores,has restored many of Charlie Chaplin's scores
Lorenz Hart... ry that the actual translator, uncredited, was Rodgers' first major partner. The Theatre Guild presented it in New York City in 1921, with Joseph Sch ...
Gwen Stefani... Yidcore released a reworking of the entire show called Fiddling on Ya Roof.and Eve covered "If I Were a Rich Man" as "Rich Girl" for Stefani's 2004 d ...
Timo TolkkiAfter releasing the album Dreamspace,decided to step down from lead singer of the band to concentrate on guitar ...
Stephen SondheimHis advice and work influenced, a friend of the Hammerstein family from childhood. Sondheim has attribut ...
Don Redman... of the "New Negro Movement". Razaf collaborated with composers Eubie Blake,, James P. Johnson, Harry Brooks, and Fats Waller. Among the best-known Ra ...
Jon Bon Jovi... o associated with his aging accompanied by some vitality. Bon Jovi frontman, also an aging rock musician, has said: "We continue to make Number One r ...
Robert Fripp... influenced many others in various genres, including John Adams, Brian Eno,, Philip Glass, Frederic Rzewski and Tangerine Dream
Robbie Robertson... t the group at the Yonge Street club called the Le Coq d'Or Tavern – thoughrecollects it was the Friar's Tavern, just down the street. Her advice to ...
Thomas AndersIn 1990 Per Gessle wrote a single, "The Sweet Hello The Sad Goodbye", for(of Modern Talking fame). He has also participated with the Swedish singer ...
Graeme Revell# Love Theme –# Calling All Angels (Remix Version) – Jane Siberry with k.d. lang # Human ...
Ray Charles... eenville in Madison County was the childhood home of rhythm and blues giant
Egon Wellesz... Other pupils of this generation included Heinrich Jalowetz, Erwin Stein and, and somewhat later Eduard Steuermann, Hanns Eisler, Rudolf Kolisch, Paul ...
Georges Bizet... ere so many musicians, painters and poets came, was restored in 2001 by theAssociation and Patrimoine et Urbanisme. Since then and thanks to the bari ...
Howlin' Wolf... los used the full register of his instrument and some chromatic harmonicas.'s early recordings demonstrate great skill, particularly at blowing power ...
Carl Maria von WeberThe waltz with its modern hold took root in England in about 1812; in 1819wrote Invitation to the Dance, which marked the adoption of the waltz form ...
Sergei Rachmaninoff... copper baron, arts enthusiast, and part-time violinist. He originally askedto be the Philharmonic's first music director; however, Rachmaninoff had o ...
Rob Hubbard... resonance filter, no ADSR enveloping, no ring modulation. Composers such asused a lot of special effects in his music which were difficult to replica ...
Willie Dixon... on was the favored harmonicist of many Chicago blues bandleaders, including. His colorful solos used the full register of his instrument and some chr ...
Eubie Blake... st newspaper of the "New Negro Movement". Razaf collaborated with composers, Don Redman, James P. Johnson, Harry Brooks, and Fats Waller. Among the b ...
Aaron Copland... f international attention. Following Gershwin, the first major composer wasfrom Brooklyn, who used elements of American folk music, though it remaine ...
Gustav Mahler... move again. Clark then selected Walter Henry Rothwell, former assistant to, as music director, and hired away several principal musicians from East ...
Jerry Bock... y in New York City is the Administrator of the award. The 2009 awardees areand Sheldon Harnick. Past awardees are composers such as Stephen Sondheim ...
Meade Lux Lewis... e, but worked up her style by listening to Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, andrecords. Her first recording, the pounding "Swingin' the Boogie," for Jule ...
Philip Glass... ny others in various genres, including John Adams, Brian Eno, Robert Fripp,, Frederic Rzewski and Tangerine Dream
Sly Stone... ament is a funk/R&B band whose influences are the funky side of Hendrix and, Motown soul groups turned funk groups like the Temptations, the politica ...
Jimmy Webb... evie Wonder's backup group, Third Generation (a predecessor to Wonderlove).was hired to produce the group's next LP, , but the album and its only sin ...
Bix Beiderbecke... R-448). Culled from the American OKeh label, artists like Louis Armstrong,, Frank Trumbauer, Duke Ellington, Miff Mole, and other major artists who ...
Jean-Baptiste Lully... ly a peasant dance of Poitou, was introduced into Paris and set to music byand danced by the King Louis XIV in public, and would continue to dominate ...
Erwin Stein... erg's teaching. Other pupils of this generation included Heinrich Jalowetz,and Egon Wellesz, and somewhat later Eduard Steuermann, Hanns Eisler, Rudo ...
Erik ChisholmIn 1963,composed an opera from the play, using Wilde's text as the libretto
Sonny Boy Williamson II... te great skill, particularly at blowing powerful riffs with the instrument.used the possibilities of hand effects to give a talkative feel to his har ...
John Carpenter... ng, comics writers Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Mike Mignola, film directors, Stuart Gordon, and Guillermo Del Toro, horror manga artist Junji Ito, an ...
Graeme Revell# Finale –The song Blood of Eden, written and performed by Peter Gabriel, is used in ...
Cian Ciaran... ine-up consisting of Rhys on vocals and guitar, Ieuan on drums, his brother(formerly of WWZZ) on keyboards, Huw Bunford (formerly of U-Thant) on guit ...
Don Airey... Lake & Powell. Drummer Aynsley Dunbar, formerly of Journey, and keyboardistfrom the Ozzy Osbourne band and Rainbow, were brought in for the recording ...
Whitney Houston... Out". The record was equalled by The Bee Gees in the 1970s and surpassed byin the 1980s. "Yesterday" also marked a turning point in who wrote number ...
Franz Liszt... irement at Baden-Baden. However, her works were of professional quality anddeclared that, with Pauline Viardot, the world had finally found a woman c ...
Olivia Newton-John... rted with pop music singers like Glen Campbell, Bobbie Gentry, John Denver,, Anne Murray, Marie Osmond, B. J. Thomas, The Bellamy Brothers, and Linda ...
Charlie Chaplin... where many Broncho Billy westerns were shot, along with The Tramp featuring. Eventually the studio moved all operations to Los Angeles
Paul Anka... ian — and to artists who deliberately cultivated a (safer) idol image, like. Anka initially modelled himself on a particular generic type, the teen i ...
Screamin' Jay Hawkins... of the Beatles and the Who and southern soul artists like Otis Redding and. Parliament is a funk/R&B band whose influences are the funky side of Hen ...
Jeremy Clyde... featured Fabia Drake as "Lady Bracknell", Richard Pasco as "Jack Worthing",as "Algernon Moncrieff", Maurice Denham as "Rev. Canon Chasuble", Sylvia C ...
Marie Fredriksson... 9 Tour, with a band that included Helena Josefsson on backing vocals, whilejoined him on stage twice, in Amsterdam and Stockholm. This was eight year ...
Rob Hubbard... itten using this routine, albeit the 16 minute long Knuckle Busters tune by. This appears as a guest screen in the Cuddly Demos (written by The Careb ...
James P. Johnson... Negro Movement". Razaf collaborated with composers Eubie Blake, Don Redman,, Harry Brooks, and Fats Waller. Among the best-known Razaf-Waller collabo ...
Merle Travis... associated with Bluegrass music: Kennedy Jones, Ike Everly, Mose Rager, and. All four have close ties to Muhlenberg County
Frederic Rzewski... arious genres, including John Adams, Brian Eno, Robert Fripp, Philip Glass,and Tangerine Dream
Michael W. Smith... mpany. He co-wrote and directed the feature film The Second Chance starring, released February 17, 2006
Edgar Meyer... with Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys beginning in 1944. The classical bassisthas frequently branched out into , old-time, jazz, and other genres
Buxtehude... l's organs must have only had around 15–25 stops on two manuals (compare to's Marienkirche instrument with 52 stops, 15 of them in the pedal). Finall ...
Johann Sebastian Bach... or exploration of this system. It contains twelve fugues, in the manner of, each connected by an during which the music moves from the key of the la ...
Keiichi Suzuki... is the soundtrack for EarthBound. The album was composed by Hiroshi Kanazu,, and Hirokazu Tanaka, and was released by Sony Records in Japan on Novemb ...
Keith Moon... re You (1978), their last album before the death of pioneering rock drummerlater that year
Stevie Wonder... th Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds and appearing on live British television.learned harmonica at age 5 and plays the instrument on many of his recordi ...
Aynsley Dunbar... entire album. Cozy Powell had left to join Emerson, Lake & Powell. Drummer, formerly of Journey, and keyboardist Don Airey from the Ozzy Osbourne ba ...
Philip Rosseter... "A Booke of Ayres", with words by himself and music composed by himself and. The following year he published his "Observations in the Art of English ...
Johnnie Ray... ican Folk Music, the pre-rock voicings of Hank Williams, Charley Patton and, among others, and the ultradry humor of Groucho Marx.
Igor Stravinsky... l premieres, and introduced Los Angeles audiences to important new works byand Arnold Schoenberg. The orchestra responded well to his leadership, but ...
Al Pitrelli... and play metal, and he quit". In January 2000, Megadeth enlisted guitarist, formerly of Savatage, Alice Cooper, and Trans-Siberian Orchestra, as Fri ...
Arthur Foote... nd The Century Magazine. One of his poems had been set to music by composer, and the editors at The American had come to see him as a contributor and ...
Hoagy Carmichael... 1950 in South Sea Sinners, a South Pacific potboiler, in which he played "asort of character with long hair." Liberace also appeared as a guest star ...
B. A. Robertson... aniel Balavoine on the track "Belle" and on the English version "Time" with. This track was a cover of "Arrival", an instrumental track from the ABBA ...
George Gershwin... pts to use non-Western musical themes. The best-known New York composer was. Gershwin was a songwriter with Tin Pan Alley and the Broadway theatres, ...
Huw Bunford... r, Ieuan on drums, his brother Cian Ciaran (formerly of WWZZ) on keyboards,(formerly of U-Thant) on guitar and Guto Pryce on bass. This line-up has r ...
La Monte Young... ic responded to this conjuncture in terms of intense noise, for example thecomposition 89 VI 8 C. 1:42–1:52 AM Paris Encore from Poem For Chairs, Tab ...
Otto Klempererbecame Music Director in 1933, part of the large group of German emigrants ...
Heinrich Jalowetz... ipline from Schoenberg's teaching. Other pupils of this generation included, Erwin Stein and Egon Wellesz, and somewhat later Eduard Steuermann, Hann ...
Jane Siberry# Calling All Angels (Remix Version) –with k.d. lan
Brian Eno... ng his time in the band, Byrne took on outside projects, collaborating within 1981 on the album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, which attracted consid ...
Dick Mills... Paddy Kingsland (for the pilot episode and the complete second series) andand Harry Parker (for the remaining episodes (2–6) of the first series). T ...
Merle Haggard... ore recent Bakersfield sound. The latter was largely limited to Buck Owens,, and a few other bands. In the process, country and western music as a ge ...
Stevie WonderExamples include's vamp-based "Superstition" and Little Johnny Taylor's "Part Time Love", ...
Al Kooper... Danko (or Bill Lee), guitarist Robbie Robertson, pianist Paul Griffin, andon organ. Frustrated by the slow progress in the New York studio, Dylan ac ...
Keith Jarrett... aches reflecting their national and regional musical cultures and contexts.has been prominent in defending free jazz from criticism by traditionalist ...
Henry VIIIThe political separation of the Church of England from Rome under, beginning in 1529 and completed in 1536, brought England alongside this ...
Sonny Boy Williamson II... ss, and a crude PA system for the vocals. Alec Rice Miller, better known as, is one of the important harmonicists of this era. Using a full blues ban ...
Charles GriffesThe New York classical music scene included, originally from Elmira, New York, who began publishing his most innovati ...
Eugene Goosens... e College on Brisbane's Northside and then went on to study music under Sirat the New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, but this was interrupted b ...
Arthur Sullivan... ons, and even a scene in a set of dioramas for home display", including Sir's 1865 opera The Masque at Kenilworth
John Zorn... n-Jewish emigre composer Yaacov Bilansky Levanon in Palestine in the 1920s.'s Masada Chamber Ensemble recorded an album called Bar Kokhba, showing a ...
Adrian Vandenberg... 987. But shortly before the album's release, Coverdale had dismissed Sykes.and Vivian Campbell mimed Sykes' guitar parts in the videos and played in ...
Léo Delibes... ker (1892). His story Der Sandmann ("The Sandman", 1816) similarly inspired's ballet Coppélia (1870)
Mel Brooks'The term lent itself to several "in" jokes: ins film High Anxiety, which parodies many Hitchcock films, a minor plot poi ...
Satyajit Ray... ard, Werner Herzog, Elia Kazan, Akira Kurosawa, David Lean, Michael Powell,, and François Truffaut
Sun Ra... plifier sounds of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, James Brown's funk, blues,'s experimentation, Frank Zappa's and the Coasters' humour, the concept al ...
Mike Westbrook... s John Surman, Zbigniew Namyslowski, Albert Mangelsdorff, Kenny Wheeler and) anxious to develop new approaches reflecting their national and regional ...
Paul Rodgers... play in both the UK and US. After the breakup of the band in 1973, vocalistjoined supergroup Bad Company, whose eponymous first album (1974) was an i ...
Peter GabrielThe song Blood of Eden, written and performed by, is used in the film, but was not included on the soundtrack. A slightly ...
Roger Miller... g Ray Price (whose band, the "Cherokee Cowboys", included Willie Nelson and) and mixed with the anger of an alienated subculture of the nation during ...
Bob Johnston... progress in the New York studio, Dylan accepted the suggestion of producerand moved the recording sessions to Nashville. In Nashville, Robertson's g ...
Bernie Leadon... lm versions is "Journey of the Sorcerer", an instrumental piece composed byand recorded by The Eagles on their album One of These Nights. Only the tr ...
Hector Berlioz... xophone was invented for use in both orchestras and concert bands. Composerwrote approvingly of the new instrument in 1842. By 1846 Sax had designed, ...
Ozzy Osbourne... mer Aynsley Dunbar, formerly of Journey, and keyboardist Don Airey from theband and Rainbow, were brought in for the recording of the album. The albu ...
Arthur SchwartzThe songs were written byand Howard Dietz, and some were created for the original 1931 Broadway mus ...
Tina Weymouth... peculiar young man — borderline Asperger's, I would guess." As revealed byin the commentary for the concert film , Byrne is left handed but plays gu ...
Prince... rprised laugh was genuine. During the scene in which Roberts sings along toin the bathtub sliding down and dunking her head under the bubbles, Robert ...
Koichi Sugiyama... designed by Toriyama. The music for the Dragon Quest series was composed by. In the past, Dragon Quest games have been developed by Chunsoft, Heartbe ...
Horatio Parker... and School, which included such figures as Amy Beach, Edward MacDowell, and
Johnny Bristol... initial solo sessions with a number of producers, including Bones Howe and. Her first track with Bristol, "Someday We'll Be Together", was tagged as ...
Wilhelm Hieronymus... n Heinrich Buttstett, Andreas Nicolaus Vetter, and two of Pachelbel's sons,and Charles Theodore. The latter became one of the first European composer ...
David Nichtern... he musical group The Beyman Bros, which he formed with his childhood friendand Spinal Tap's current keyboardist CJ Vanston. Their debut album Memorie ...
Jack Nitzsche... earliest songwriting efforts was "Needles and Pins" which he co-wrote with, another member of Spector's production team. Later in the same decade, h ...
Howard DietzThe songs were written by Arthur Schwartz and, and some were created for the original 1931 Broadway musical also called ...
Adorno... sers and performers from the Second Viennese School (e.g. Leibowitz, Rufer,, Kolisch, Stadlen, Stuckenschmidt, Scherchen) converged with the new seri ...
Arnold Schoenberg... om, and he later produced expressionist works, rather in the style of early, before developing a leaner, contrapuntally complex style in the 1920s. T ...
Ludacris... he Bay Area (Mac Dre, E-40), Houston (Chamillionaire, Paul Wall), Atlanta (, Lil Jon, T.I.), and Kentucky (Nappy Roots). The Nation of Gods and Earth ...
Jaco Pastorius... t Bob Cranshaw, playing with saxophonist Sonny Rollins, and fusion pioneersand Stanley Clarke began to commonly substitute the bass guitar for the up ...
Charles Theodore... ndreas Nicolaus Vetter, and two of Pachelbel's sons, Wilhelm Hieronymus and. The latter became one of the first European composers to take up residen ...
Michael McKean... m Curry, Eileen Brennan, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, Christopher Lloyd,, Madeline Kahn, Colleen Camp, and Lee Ving. The film was produced by Debr ...
Louis Moreau Gottschalk... h included such figures as Amy Beach, Edward MacDowell, and Horatio Parker.is perhaps the best-remembered American composer of the 19th century, said ...
Tchaikovsky... 's Coriolan Overture (written for Heinrich Joseph von Collin's tragedy), or's Romeo and Juliet fantasy-overture
Igor Stravinsky... has been described as neoclassical, but is very different from the works bylabeled with that term, owing more to the contrapuntal language of Bach th ...
Dalvanius PrimeMany of the first hip hop performers from the country, such as, whose "Poi E" was a major hit, were Māori. "Poi E" had no rapping and wa ...
Phil Spector... ecorded by Sam Cooke, and went on to work for the legendary record producerin the early 1960s as a promotion man, percussionist and "gofer". One of h ...
Conrad Salinger... the film, was a hit and has become a standard. Another song orchestrated by, "Dancing in the Dark", is considered part of the Great American Songbook ...
Bob Marley... Paul Blackman, Earl Sixteen, Roman Stewart, Lacksley Castell, The Heptones,, Ricky Grant, Delroy Wilson, Junior Delgado, Horace Andy and Freddy McKay ...
Vivian Campbell... e the album's release, Coverdale had dismissed Sykes. Adrian Vandenberg andmimed Sykes' guitar parts in the videos and played in the subsequent live ...
Lenny Kravitz... . Bowie also would say later: "he is not a sex symbol, but a mother image.", in the Rolling Stone magazine edition for their List of 100 Greatest Sin ...
Alfonso X of Castile... clopaedia Britannica on Astronomy during the 1960s, in a discussion of King's interest in astronomy during the 13th century. (Alfonso is credited wit ...
Twila Paris... eming and John, Rich Mullins, Sixpence None the Richer, Newsboys, Guardian,, Dakoda Motor Co., Out of the Grey, and two video albums for himself
Marvin Gaye... ion team of Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, the creative force behind's and Tammi Terrell's hit duets and Diana Ross & the Supremes' "Some Thin ...
Sonny Rollins... 1951, beginning in the 1970s bassist Bob Cranshaw, playing with saxophonist, and fusion pioneers Jaco Pastorius and Stanley Clarke began to commonly ...
Henry VIII... ders have been the Royal Bodyguard since at least 1509. During the reign of, the Tower was assessed as needing considerable work on its defences. In ...
Johann Christoph Bach... ach indirectly; the young Johann Sebastian was tutored by his older brother, who studied with Pachelbel, but although JS Bach's early chorales and ch ...
Jimi Hendrix... h a psychedelic rock touch whose influences include the amplifier sounds ofand Led Zeppelin, James Brown's funk, blues, Sun Ra's experimentation, Fra ...
James Brown... part of the culture was initiated by Kool DJ Herc in 1972 using breaks from, The Incredible Bongo Band and English rock group Babe Ruth in his block ...
Marianne Faithfull... ersions had been made, by an eclectic mix of artists including Cilla Black,, Tose Proeski, The Mamas and the Papas and Barry McGuire, The Seekers, Jo ...
Amy Beach... composers of the Second New England School, which included such figures as, Edward MacDowell, and Horatio Parker
John Stanley... able small English choral works, such as cantatas of John Henry Maunder and, find various ways to set poetry to choral music. The competition for the ...
Johann Christoph Bach... poser. Pachelbel's influence was mostly limited to his pupils, most notably, Johann Heinrich Buttstett, Andreas Nicolaus Vetter, and two of Pachelbel ...
Henryk Mikołaj Górecki... sztof Penderecki, Witold Lutosławski, Wojciech Kilar, Kazimierz Serocki and
John IrelandAmong other composers who set Housman songs were(song cycle, Land of Lost Content), Michael Head (e.g. 'Ludlow Fair'), Gra ...
Carl Perkins... popular music towards a teen market, often celebrating teen fashions, as in' "Blue Suede Shoes" (1956), or Dion and the Belmonts "A Teenager in Love" ...
Townes Van Zandt... Coe, Whitey Morgan & The 78's, John Prine, Billy Joe Shaver, Gary Stewart,Eric Church and with a few female vocalists such as Jessi Colter and Sammi ...
Cindy BirdsongGordy removed Florence Ballard from the group in July 1967 and chose, a member of Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles, as her replacement. At abo ...
Andreas Nicolaus Vetter... his pupils, most notably Johann Christoph Bach, Johann Heinrich Buttstett,, and two of Pachelbel's sons, Wilhelm Hieronymus and Charles Theodore. Th ...
Tim Souster... ransmitted radio series used the original recording; a sound-alike cover bywas used for the LP and TV series, another arrangement by Joby Talbot was ...
Edward MacDowell... of the Second New England School, which included such figures as Amy Beach,, and Horatio Parker
Friedrich Nietzsche... d Elizabeth Nietzsche, a German racial ideologist and sister of philosophercame to Paraguay in her attempt to build a colony, Nueva Germania (Neues D ...
Larry Adler... y brought it to the attention of classical music during the 1930s. Americanwas one of the first harmonica players to perform major works written for ...
Sting... us groups. In this aborted 1983 version, Aidan Quinn was cast as Jesus, andwas cast as Pontius Pilate. (In the 1988 version, these roles were played ...
Warren ZevonHe is referenced in thesong "Boom Boom Mancini.
James Brown... one released all manner of domestic and foreign licensed product, including, but had little success in comparison to EMI siblings HMV and Columbia
Brahms... ion production of Porgy and Bess ever presented. Rattle's 2007 recording of' Ein deutsches Requiem received praise from BBC Music Magazine, as "Disc ...
Ralph Vaughan Williams... players to perform major works written for the instrument by the composers, Malcolm Arnold, Darius Milhaud and Arthur Benjamin
Don Grady... Bryant Park in the Midwest to California, settling in Los Angeles. Robbie () marries his classmate/girlfriend, Katie Miller (Tina Cole). The followin ...
Erskine Hawkins... and arranged by Eddie Durham) and "Tuxedo Junction" (written by bandleader) and arranged by Jerry Gray)) and arranged them for the Miller band to ei ...
Malcolm Arnold... r works written for the instrument by the composers Ralph Vaughan Williams,, Darius Milhaud and Arthur Benjamin
Joby Talbot... er by Tim Souster was used for the LP and TV series, another arrangement bywas used for the 2005 film, and still another arrangement, this time by Ph ...
Van Morrison... & roll. He broke open the door for everyone else. Suddenly, Eric Burdon andweren't so weird — even Bob Dylan.
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Aretha Franklin... e film's score was composed by Curtis Mayfield, and the soundtrack album bywas a commercial success. A remake of Sparkle was in development in the ea ...
Yo-Yo Ma... rmal names, although there are famous male examples such as Li Xiaoping and. People from the countryside previously often bore names that reflecting ...
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Darius Milhaud... for the instrument by the composers Ralph Vaughan Williams, Malcolm Arnold,and Arthur Benjamin
James Brown... , and then uses this vamp as the basis of the entire song (Funky Drummer by, for example). Jazz, blues, and rock are almost always based on chord pro ...
Bob Dylan"Love and Theft" is the 31st studio album by, released by Columbia Records on September 11, 2001. It featured backing ...
Charles Mingus... iels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, were central to the history of jazz. Notably,was a highly regarded composer as well as a bassist noted for his technica ...
Janis Joplin... xpress, an all-star rock concert tour of Canada by train that also includedand the Grateful Dead. In the concert documentary film, released in 2003, ...
Kerry King... 1, 2010, the final date of the Jägermeister Music Tour in the fall of 2010,of the thrash metal band Slayer joined Megadeth on stage at the Gibson Amp ...
Brahms... Rattle was the pianist Alfred Brendel. In 2007, the BPO/Rattle recording of's received the Classic FM Gramophone best choral disc award
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... n, telling people that the "A" stood for Amadeus, in homage to the composer(1756–91). However, he continued to use Wilhelm in official documents thro ...
Andrae Crouch... isations at the end of songs, and they are sampled and used in other songs.extended the use of vamps in gospel, introducing chain vamps (one vamp aft ...
George Martin... d an international reputation as a tourist getaway, and the record producerestablished an important recording studio there, Associated Independent Re ...
Philip Pope... bot was used for the 2005 film, and still another arrangement, this time by, was recorded to be released with the CDs of the last three radio series. ...
Arthur Benjamin... by the composers Ralph Vaughan Williams, Malcolm Arnold, Darius Milhaud and
Mister RogersBert is one of's fans. In one sketch, Bert is trying to write a letter to Mister Rogers ...
Jean-Baptiste Lully... d as well as Louis Le Vau's historic expansion of the Palace of Versailles,'s revolution in Baroque music, and most importantly, the ascension of Lou ...
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Helena Josefsson... oing five times platinum in 2004. This was his first album involving singer, and brought Gessle numerous awards; four Grammis awards: Best Artist, Be ...
Slam StewartA number of other bassists, such as Ray Brown,and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, were central to the history of jazz. No ...
David Downes... 's the texts for larger choral works. The contemporary New Zealand composerincludes a setting of "March" on his CD The Rusted Wheel of Things
T.I.... re, E-40), Houston (Chamillionaire, Paul Wall), Atlanta (Ludacris, Lil Jon,), and Kentucky (Nappy Roots). The Nation of Gods and Earths, aka The Five ...
John Knowles Paine... assical style, though their works were very European in orientation. It was, however, who became the first American composer to be accepted in Europe ...
Henry VIIIIn 1519granted a market on Saturdays and an annual fair to be held on March 12, w ...
Bob Dylan... eryone else. Suddenly, Eric Burdon and Van Morrison weren't so weird — even.
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George Frederick Bristow... mphony orchestra. Many other composers, most famously William Henry Fry and, supported the idea of an American classical style, though their works we ...
Michał Kleofas Ogiński... h art music. Polonaises for piano were and remain popular, such as those by, Karol Kurpiński, Juliusz Zarębski, Henryk Wieniawski, Mieczysław Karłowi ...
Jordin Sparks... ke of Sparkle is now scheduled for release in August 2012. The remake starsand Whitney Houston, in her final film role before her death. The film wil ...
Mary Lou Lord... nd unreleased tracks. Soon after this performance, he was asked to open foron a week-long U.S. tour. Several more short tours followed, and Smith hel ...
Robert Plant... 's The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again in 2009. In 2010, Miller again joinedand Patty Griffin with Robert Plant's Band of Joy, touring both the US and ...
Mike Read... rie would return for the band's next single, "The Power of Love", imitatingin a parody of the DJ's banning of their previous single, "Relax"
Charlie Watts... tician Sir Gaetan Duval (1930–1996), football player Johan Cruijff, drummer, Cheech Marin, Thomas Chong, television host and comedian Jay Leno, Mike ...
Richard Wagner... tors to the springs included Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Fyodor Dostoevsky,, and Johannes Brahms. In those years there were more millionaires living ...
Whitney Houston... ow scheduled for release in August 2012. The remake stars Jordin Sparks and, in her final film role before her death. The film will be produced and d ...
William Henry Fry... oser to write for a symphony orchestra. Many other composers, most famouslyand George Frederick Bristow, supported the idea of an American classical ...
Marie Fredriksson... lead singer of the Swedish pop group Gyllene Tider and formed Roxette with(being the chief songwriter in both bands). With Fredriksson's illness in ...
Lemmy... in Sensible switched to guitar and keyboards, and after a brief period withof Hawkwind and Motörhead on bass for studio demos and a handful of live a ...
Morton Subotnick... ormance of In C was given by Steve Reich, Jon Gibson, Pauline Oliveros, and. Its form was an innovation: The piece consists of 53 separate modules of ...
LocnvilleThe South African duo, Andrew and Brian Chaplin, are related to Chaplin (their grandfather was ...
George Martin... tles tried a variety of instruments, including drums and an organ, and thatlater persuaded them to allow McCartney to play his Epiphone Texan steel-s ...
Robert Burns... novella The Vampyre by Byron's doctor John William Polidori. The lyrics ofin Scotland and Thomas Moore, from Ireland but based in London or elsewher ...
Henry Glover... brought him to the notice of Johnny Otis and, later, musician and producer. After seeing him sing with the Paul "Hucklebuck" Williams orchestra, Glo ...
Jared LetoBetween 2006 and 2007, he replacedin Awake, with Jessica Alba, which tells the story of a man who remains aw ...
Johnnie Ray... former singer with Bananarama and Shakespear's Sister. The American singer, an early rock-and-roll crooner mentioned in the opening lyrics, is also ...
Lewis Spratlan... h, law and society expert Austin Sarat, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, professor emeritus of the music faculty. (See List of Amherst College pe ...
Sidney Bechet... t aural tapestry. There had been soloists, to be sure, with the clarinetistthe best known among them, but these players "lacked the technical resourc ...
Frédéric Chopin... antic poets Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki, Cyprian Norwid, and composer. In the occupied and repressed Poland, some sought progress through self- ...
Memphis Minnie... rformances have featured his own compositions as well as covers of songs by, Sleepy John Estes, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and others
Butch Vig... y A&R executive Beth Halper, partner of Garbage drummer and record producer. Furtado's first single, "Party's Just Begun (Again)", was released that ...
John Williams... eral Secretary of the Communist Party of the USSR Leonid Brezhnev, composer, author Graham Greene, and former Mauritian QC and Politician Sir Gaetan ...
Ruby Hunter... ram Brothers, Coloured Stone, Blekbala Mujik, Kev Carmody, Archie Roach and
Anthony Philip HeinrichIn the early 19th century, America produced diverse composers such as, who composed in an idiosyncratic, intentionally "American" style and was ...
Aphex Twin... d cover artwork for various people including Bjork's "All Is Full of Love",'s "Windowlicker" and "Come to Daddy"
Henry Badowski... demos and a handful of live appearances, and a slightly longer period withon bass, the bassist position was filled by Algy Ward, formerly of The Sai ...
Mariah Carey... rominence during the late 1990s. At that time, several celebrities, such as, had adopted Hello Kitty as a fashion statement. Newer products featuring ...
Michael Boddicker... film's music coordinator and sound designer Bones Howe worked with musician, who wrote and performed the score, on the theme music and sound effects. ...
Takehisa Kosugi... tape playback head. On May 8, 1960, six young Japanese musicians, includingand Yasunao Tone, formed the Group Ongaku with two tape recordings of nois ...
Stanko Premrl... n the national symbols of Slovenia, passed in 1994, the eponymous melody by, written after the lyrics of the seventh stanza of the Prešeren's poem, e ...
Marie Fredriksson... single tracks "Även En Blomma", "Alla Mina Bästa År" (a duet with Roxette's) and "Ögonen" was released in Germany in 1998, entitled Frida - The Mixes ...
Francesca Caccini... produced outside Italy. Shortly after this performance, the court produced's opera La liberazione di Ruggiero dall'isola d’Alcina, which she had wri ...
Mick Jagger... oject's high profile brought heavy trade journal coverage, and fans such asvisited the studio for the chance to play a role. Animator Carl Bell loved ...
George Martin... also had the chance to perform Beatles songs at the Hollywood Bowl with Sir. He frequently conducts songwriting workshops in California, where he now ...
Arthur Lee... ho shared their love for bands such as The Soft Boys, Mission of Burma, and's Love. The group's debut recording was a 7" single entitled "The River o ...
Les Claypool... om The Living End and Jimbo Wallace from The Reverend Horton Heat. Primus'sused an upright bass for the song Mr. Krinkle, from Pork Soda, and for the ...
Lupe Fiasco... 989), remains popular. It has been applied to artists ranging from Jay-Z to
Archie Roach... Nokturnl, the Pigram Brothers, Coloured Stone, Blekbala Mujik, Kev Carmody,and Ruby Hunter
Richard M. and Robert B. ShermanIn 1970, several years after his retirement, songwritersgot him to sing the title song of the Disney film The Aristocats, which en ...
Adrian Vandenberg... bers who played on the album appeared in these videos with the exception of, who had been hired after the others had been fired by Coverdale. Vandenb ...
Justin Morgan... European models, while others, such as William Billings, Supply Belcher and, also known as the First New England School, developed a style almost ent ...
Maggie Ryder... ell (Drums & Percussion), Mike Moran (Keyboards), Rick Wakeman (Keyboards),(Backing vocals), Miriam Stockley (Backing vocals) and Chris Thompson (Bac ...
Marcin Mielczewski... i, Franciszek Lilius, Bartłomiej Pękiel, Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński and
Oscar Hammerstein II... usel is the second stage musical by the team of Richard Rodgers (music) and(book and lyrics). The work premiered in 1945 and was adapted from Ferenc ...
Supply Belcher... d exclusively with European models, while others, such as William Billings,and Justin Morgan, also known as the First New England School, developed a ...
Nas... with hardcore rappers such as the Wu-Tang Clan and gangsta rappers such asand The Notorious B.I.G coming to dominate the East Coast scene
Dann Huff... th Cryptic Writings, Megadeth opted to again work with country pop producerin Nashville on their eighth studio album. In January 1999, the band began ...
Yasunao Tone... On May 8, 1960, six young Japanese musicians, including Takehisa Kosugi and, formed the Group Ongaku with two tape recordings of noise music: Automat ...
Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński... s include Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki, Franciszek Lilius, Bartłomiej Pękiel,and Marcin Mielczewski
Dolly Parton... Twain; Brooks & Dunn; Faith Hill; Garth Brooks; Dwight Yoakam; Steve Earle;; Rosanne Cash and Linda Ronstadt moved country further towards rock infl ...
Dizzy Gillespie... f and entered the mainstream in the late 1940s when bebop musicians such asand Billy Taylor began experimenting with Cuban rhythms
Tim Curry... y Jonathan Lynn, who collaborated on the script with John Landis, and stars, Eileen Brennan, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, Christopher Lloyd, Micha ...
Buxtehude... lbel's chamber music is much less virtuosic than Biber's Mystery Sonatas or's Opus 1 and Opus 2 chamber sonatas. The famous Canon in D belongs to thi ...
Jonathan Dove... pera (now Birmingham Opera Company), presented a two-evening adaptation (by) for a limited number of solo singers, each doubling several roles, and 1 ...
Thomas Dorsey... or black and white audiences. She was accompanied by bandleader and pianist, and the band he assembled called the Wildcats Jazz Band which included E ...
Cozy Powell... Spain. The line-up for his performance was May (Lead Vocals & Lead Guitar),(Drums & Percussion), Mike Moran (Keyboards), Rick Wakeman (Keyboards), Ma ...
Richard RodgersCarousel is the second stage musical by the team of(music) and Oscar Hammerstein II (book and lyrics). The work premiered in ...
Georges Bizet... mmerstein also wrote the book and lyrics for Carmen Jones, an adaptation of's opera Carmen with an all-black cast that became a 1943 Broadway musical ...
Stravinsky... and perhaps most notably, in 1996 at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris for afestival conducted by Salonen and Pierre Boulez; it was during this Paris ...
William Billings... this period worked exclusively with European models, while others, such as, Supply Belcher and Justin Morgan, also known as the First New England Sc ...
Barry McGuire... White House. During the concert, which also included veteran gospel singers, The Archers, The Happy Goodman Family, The Speer Family, James Blackwood ...
Chet Atkins... rayed from the Slovenian-style polka, but did record with country guitarist, pop singer Don Everly, and a version of the “Too Fat Polka” with comedia ...
John Williamson... ry music stars Slim Dusty (Australia's biggest selling domestic artist) and; solo artists John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John, folk-rocker Paul Kelly ...
Robbie Robertson... 978 documentary The Last Waltz. The Band reformed in 1983 without guitarist, who had found success with a solo career and as a Hollywood music produc ...
Lorin Maazel... in a single movement of an hour or so, have been made by Leopold Stokowski,(Der Ring ohne Wörte) (1988) and Henk de Vlieger (The Ring: an Orchestral ...
Rick Wakeman... s & Lead Guitar), Cozy Powell (Drums & Percussion), Mike Moran (Keyboards),(Keyboards), Maggie Ryder (Backing vocals), Miriam Stockley (Backing vocal ...
Bartłomiej Pękiel... asa. Other composers include Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki, Franciszek Lilius,, Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński and Marcin Mielczewski
Jonathan Larson... rg owns a production, such as the case of Larson and Thomson. Lynn Thomson,'s dramaturg on the musical Rent, claimed that she was a co-author of the ...
Cole PorterAlso in 1990, Erasure contributed the song "Too Darn Hot" to thetribute album "Red Hot + Blue" produced by the Red Hot Organization. Later ...
BiberPachelbel's chamber music is much less virtuosic than's Mystery Sonatas or Buxtehude's Opus 1 and Opus 2 chamber sonatas. The f ...
Michael Tippett... l, Henry Moore, John Napper, Ben Nicholson, Sir Herbert Read, Flora Robson,, the cartoonist 'Vicky', Professor C. H. Waddington and Barbara Wootton. ...
Johannes Brahms... Emperor Napoleon III and settled in Baden-Baden, Germany. In 1870, however,persuaded her to sing in the first public performance of his Alto Rhapsody ...
Pauline OliverosRiley's collaborators have included the Rova Saxophone Quartet,, the ARTE Quartett, and, as mentioned, the Kronos Quartet
Marie FredrikssonGessle andhad been friends for a few years before they came together as Roxette in 1 ...
Koichi SugiyamaThe Dragon Quest soundtracks were composed and arranged by, who also composed the music for the video games. The first album was rel ...
Billy Taylor... instream in the late 1940s when bebop musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie andbegan experimenting with Cuban rhythms
Wolfgang Rihm... t or New Simplicity (Andraschke 1981). The best-known of these composers is, who studied with Stockhausen in 1972–73. His orchestral composition Sub- ...
Chrissie Hynde... uring interviews with James, Sensible, Scabies, Glen Matlock, Don Letts and, the programme gave some new insights into the bands and personalities ar ...
Rex AllenWillcox is also known as the birthplace of, known as "The Arizona Cowboy", who wrote and recorded many songs, starre ...
Eminem... ad public recognition outside of the African-American community with rapper's movie, 8 Mile
Antonín Dvořák... o work entirely within European models until late in the 19th century. When, a prominent Czech composer, visited the United States from 1892 to 1895, ...
Franciszek Lilius... trovata, and Nova Casa. Other composers include Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki,, Bartłomiej Pękiel, Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński and Marcin Mielczewski
Michael Jackson... 2008 and singing "I'll Be Seeing You" during the montage. Latifah spoke at's memorial service in Los Angeles. She also hosted the 2010 People's Choi ...
Robert Downey, Jr.... monk with his eye on Father O'Malley (Kirk Lazarus, the character played byin Tropic Thunder) in the faux trailer for Satan's Alley. Near the end of ...
Jason Schefffrom:1985 till:2012 color:ren text:—bass, keyboards, vocal
Pete Townshend... eased 1969) inspired many later developments in electronic music, including's synthesizer parts on The Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again" and "Baba O'Ril ...
Aynsley Lister... its main acts. In 2008 the main acts were Bad Company on the main stage andin the marquee. The 2008 festival extended to the Friday night with Jilted ...
Lee Perry... corded with Chin and various others, including Leonard Chin, his uncle, and. He scored another smash hit with "My Desire" (John Holt)
Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki... Tamburetta, Sentinella, Bentrovata, and Nova Casa. Other composers include, Franciszek Lilius, Bartłomiej Pękiel, Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński and ...
Arnold Schoenberg... rominent in Tristan und Isolde, is often cited as a milestone on the way to's revolutionary break with the traditional concept of key and his dissolu ...
Badly Drawn Boy... al band Skyclad, French art band Nouvelle Vague, the Japanese band nil, and
Henry VIII... he separation of the Church of England (or Anglican Church) from Rome under, beginning in 1529 and completed in 1537, brought England alongside this ...
Giacomo PucciniLa bohème is an opera in four acts, byto an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, based on Scèn ...
Thomas Moore... 's doctor John William Polidori. The lyrics of Robert Burns in Scotland and, from Ireland but based in London or elsewhere reflected in different way ...
Bruno Walter... sky, Nobel Laureates Selma Lagerlöf and Albert Schweitzer, Andrei Tarkovsky, and Alternative Nobel Prize winner
Rudy Toombs... a hit once again by Sunny & the Sunglows. He also recorded "I'm Shakin'" by, "Suffering With The Blues", and "Sleep" (1960) (Pop #13). In all, John m ...
Van Dyke Parks... , John Hiatt, Jim Keltner, Jerry Marotta, Roger McGuinn (of The Byrds), and, among others. One of the songs on the album, "Old Blue Car", was nominat ...
Gary Lucas... lash began to be regularly billed as "The Only Band That Matters". Musician, then employed by CBS Records' creative services department, claims to ha ...
Phil Spector... 1970. This version has the orchestral "wall of sound" added by re-producer. It is the only track not produced by George Martin
Mel Brooks... , including Jacques Tati with his Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953) andwith Silent Movie (1976). Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien's acclaimed d ...
Don Walker... el Waltz" and "(When I Marry) Mister Snow" before finally being replaced by. A new member of the creative team was Trude Rittman, who arranged the da ...
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Percy Grainger... osers from a classical, music-school background such as Benjamin Britten or
Bob Dylan... ts to increase the duration of their recordings. The breakthrough came with's "Like A Rolling Stone", although CBS tried to make the record more "rad ...
Trevor Horn... were already intact prior to any involvement from ZTT or eventual producer
Jimmy Page... es was sound engineer Roger Mayer, who supplied guitar pedals to Jeff Beck,and Jimi Hendrix. In 1997 the electronic dance music magazine Mixmag descr ...
Terry Kathfrom:1967 till:1978 color:ren text:—guitar, bass, vocal
Eugene LevyHis frequent writing partner is. Together, Levy, Guest and a small band of other actors have formed a loo ...
Smokey Robinson... ng a singing contest in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Ross approached former neighborfor an audition at the label with which he recorded, Motown Records. The g ...
Felix Mendelssohn... ngenlied. The idea had occurred to others - the correspondence of Fanny andin 1840/41 reveals that they were both outlining scenarios on the subject: ...
Bill Champlinfrom:1981 till:2009 color:ren text:—keyboards, synthesizers, guitar, vocal
John Deacon... ned to the studio with fellow surviving Queen band members Roger Taylor andto work on tracks that became Made in Heaven, the final Queen studio album ...
Adam Jarzębski... inued into the 18th century. The best-remembered composer of this period is, known for his instrumental works such as Chromatica, Tamburetta, Sentine ...
Jimi Hendrix... gineer Roger Mayer, who supplied guitar pedals to Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and. In 1997 the electronic dance music magazine Mixmag described the Worksho ...
Steve Mac... working on a new studio album with producers Boogieman, Tobias Gustafsson,, Adrian Newman, and the Redfly team
Dolly Parton... wood. Latifah hosted the 2010 BET Awards on June 27, 2010. She starred within (2012)
Jay Chou... ashi, NEWS, KAT-TUN, and Hey! Say! JUMP among others while Chinese pop iconand South Korean singers BoA and Rain and music groups TVXQ, Beast, Shinee ...
Gluck... he Russian throne). However, it was ultimately decided to perform operas byinstead, giving Mozart more time
Nick Cave... —Depeche Mode, U2, R.E.M., Talking Heads, Patti Smith, Can, Elvis Costello,, Lou Reed, Jane Siberry, etc.—for music to be used in the film; specifica ...
Aphex Twin... Rubber Johnny, a six-minute experimental short film cut to a soundtrack by, remixed by Cunningham was shot between 2001 and 2004. Shot on DV night-v ...
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Vivian Campbell... om Whitesnake also featured new band members Rudy Sarzo, Tommy Aldridge and(who also re-recorded the solo for the "Give Me All Your Love" remix)
Marco Scacchi... Władysław IV. These included Luca Marenzio, Giovanni Francesco Anerio, and. Polish composers from this period focused on baroque religious music, co ...
Stu Phillips... n the pilot film of the television series Battlestar Galactica, composed byand Glen A. Larson. The LA Philharmonic also performed the first North Ame ...
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Delia Derbyshire... ns using 'radiophonic' techniques include the Doctor Who theme music, whichcreated using a plucked string, 12 oscillators and a lot of tape manipulat ...
Robert Plant... the "AMA Instrumentalist Of The Year" award, which was presented to him byand Alison Krauss. Miller was joined by Plant on a performance of a new so ...
Shelley Preston... , with Ryder, Stockley and Thompson were replaced with Catherine Porter and. On 23 February 1993, this new line-up of The Brian May Band began its wo ...
Michael Jacksonin his music video for "Smooth Criminal" pays tribute to the Fred Astaire ...
Vincenzo Bellini... hem over the following decades, such as Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor and's I puritani (both 1835). Byron is now most highly regarded for his short ...
Petula Clark... film A Countess from Hong Kong, hit number 1 on the UK charts when sung byin the 1960s. In 1973, Chaplin won the Oscar for Best Film Score for his f ...
Esa-Pekka Salonen... July through September. Gustavo Dudamel is the current Music Director, andis Conductor Laureate
MadonnaDirectors Tim Burton and Quentin Tarantino, and pop singerhave publicly stated they are fans of the series. As a child, Johnny Depp ...
Sidney Bechet... ew Orleans, she met musicians including Joe "King" Oliver, Louis Armstrong,and Pops Foster. Blues music increased in popularity and Ma Rainey became ...
Tristan Tzara... t admirer of the Dadaists and Surrealists, especially his fellow countryman. Ionesco became friends with the founder of Surrealism, André Breton, who ...
David Tudor... called controversial "silent piece". The premiere of 4'33" was performed by. The audience saw him sit at the piano, and close the lid of the piano. S ...
Jane Siberry... E.M., Talking Heads, Patti Smith, Can, Elvis Costello, Nick Cave, Lou Reed,, etc.—for music to be used in the film; specifically for the music that t ...
Cong Su... movie soundtracks, most notably in collaboration with Ryuichi Sakamoto andon Bernardo Bertolucci's The Last Emperor, which won an Academy Award for ...
Giovanni Francesco Anerio... ourts of Sigismund III Vasa and Władysław IV. These included Luca Marenzio,, and Marco Scacchi. Polish composers from this period focused on baroque ...
Frescobaldi... otes. Although a similar technique is employed in toccatas by Froberger and's pedal toccatas, Pachelbel distinguishes himself from these composers by ...
Alan Winstanley... d, "Big" Jim Paterson, and Billy Adams; it was produced by Clive Langer and. It also appeared on the album Too-Rye-Ay. It was their first #1 hit in t ...
Berry Gordy... Motown Records. The group garnered the audition and impressed Motown's CEO,(who arrived at the audition during the group's performance), but declined ...
Ry Cooder... Guitar, this time with the help of artists like David Hidalgo of Los Lobos,, and Benmont Tench. While not a major commercial success, the album was a ...
James Pankowfrom:1967 till:2012 color:ren text:—trombone, percussion, keyboards, vocal
Vivian Campbellleft Whitesnake in late 1988 due to creative differences, and so the band' ...
John Coltrane... derived from earlier bop styles. The genre's origins lie in seminal work by, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus, Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancoc ...
Miles Davis... rlier bop styles. The genre's origins lie in seminal work by John Coltrane,, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus, Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. Generally, ...
Froberger... tained pedal notes. Although a similar technique is employed in toccatas byand Frescobaldi's pedal toccatas, Pachelbel distinguishes himself from the ...
Kevin Rowland... " was a single released by Dexys Midnight Runners . The song was written by, "Big" Jim Paterson, and Billy Adams; it was produced by Clive Langer and ...
Luca Marenzio... at the royal courts of Sigismund III Vasa and Władysław IV. These included, Giovanni Francesco Anerio, and Marco Scacchi. Polish composers from this ...
David Hidalgo... agmented Neo-Traditionalist Guitar, this time with the help of artists likeof Los Lobos, Ry Cooder, and Benmont Tench. While not a major commercial s ...
Adrian Vandenberg... all of the songs, while preparing for the recording of the album, guitaristsustained a serious wrist injury, making it impossible for him to play wit ...
Jeff Beck... ir techniques was sound engineer Roger Mayer, who supplied guitar pedals to, Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix. In 1997 the electronic dance music magazine ...
Clive Langer... n by Kevin Rowland, "Big" Jim Paterson, and Billy Adams; it was produced byand Alan Winstanley. It also appeared on the album Too-Rye-Ay. It was thei ...
Ryuichi Sakamoto... n extensively used in movie soundtracks, most notably in collaboration withand Cong Su on Bernardo Bertolucci's The Last Emperor, which won an Academ ...
Benjamin Britten... ve been made by composers from a classical, music-school background such asor Percy Grainger
Rihanna... nds. Hip-hop artists commonly sample 1980s synthpop and R&B artists such ashave also embraced that subgenre
Duke Ellington... OKeh label, artists like Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Frank Trumbauer,, Miff Mole, and other major artists who recorded for OKeh. These records ...
Bill Evans... les. The genre's origins lie in seminal work by John Coltrane, Miles Davis,, Charles Mingus, Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. Generally, the term po ...
Michael Jackson... to attend, to recite a poem written by Angelou at the memorial service forin July 2009
Albert Coates... ad close ties include Sir John Barbirolli, Bruno Walter, Leopold Stokowski,, Fritz Reiner, and Erich Leinsdorf; more recently, others have included K ...
Kylie Minogue... s still an important pop label with artists such as Coldplay, Gorillaz, andamong others. It is also EMI's oldest active label: its contemporary HMV, ...
Charlie Chaplin... an American motion picture studio. It is best known today for its series ofcomedies of 1915
Bill Evans... ld become, in the 1950s, the cool jazz style, personified by Chet Baker and. More than that, though, "Singin' the Blues" has been noted for the way i ...
Thomas Moore... nal single version has an additional intro of a Celtic fiddle solo, playing's Irish folk song Believe Me, if All Those Endearing Young Charms
Chris Hülsbeck... tine which was used in several Thalion and Eclipse titles and later used byin his TFMX replay routine for the title music of Turrican 2 and Turrican ...
Dizzee Rascal... rappers in a new subgenre called grime, pioneered and popularized by the MC. Increased popularity with the music has shown more UK rappers going to A ...
Hans Werner Henze... four principal actors (Azéma, Arditi, Ardant and Dussollier), Resnais askedto compose musical episodes which would act as a "fifth character", not an ...
Rebecca St. James... by his then Australian promoter, David Smallbone, the father of CCM singer. In 2005 Norman released an album called Snapshots From The '77 World Tou ...
Herman Schmitz... were both convicted at the Nuremberg trials after World War II, as well asthe director of IG Farben and Baron von Schroeder, the owner of the J.H.St ...
Joan Baez... uch as Smith's version of "The Weight" for the Easy Rider soundtrack LP and's cover of "" in 1971
Cerys Matthews... mals, Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Los Campesinos!, The Longcut, and, for a time,) and Ankstmusik, the label (which is now based in Pentraeth on Anglesey a ...
Miles Davis... ent music and progressive rock and predated the electronic jazz "fusion" of, Herbie Hancock, and others
Jacques Offenbach... ired by "The Life and Opinions of Tomcat Murr", in which Kreisler appears).'s masterwork, the opera Les contes d'Hoffmann ("The Tales of Hoffmann", 1 ...
Joe "King" Oliver... inators of the Blues. Wintering in New Orleans, she met musicians including, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet and Pops Foster. Blues music increased in ...
Frank Zappa... to find a new guitar player to record the parts. He eventually found formerand David Lee Roth guitar player Steve Vai, whom Coverdale had seen in the ...
Joe Strummer... Studios at the same time as The Clash were there to record London Calling,and Mick Jones made an uncredited vocal appearance on the title track. Fan ...
Brian Eno... with Paul McCartney, Tony Bennett, Lucinda Williams, Kid Rock, Lee Konitz,, and Rubén Blades
Peggy Lee... of his biggest hits, "Fever" (1956) (Pop #24), was more famously covered byin 1958. However, John's version alone sold over one million copies, and w ...
Edgard Varèse... ng as silence. Noise is always happening that makes musical sound. In 1957,created on tape an extended piece of electronic music using noises created ...
Mikołaj Gomółka... riting during this period include Wacław z Szamotuł, Mikołaj Zieleński, and. Diomedes Cato, a native-born Italian who lived in Kraków from about the ...
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky... e Abenteuer der Silvester-Nacht ("The Adventures of New Year's Eve", 1814).'s ballet The Nutcracker (1892) is based on "Nutcracker and Mouse King"
Richard Wagner... Dutchman (Der fliegende Holländer) is an opera, with music and libretto by
Rubén Blades... rtney, Tony Bennett, Lucinda Williams, Kid Rock, Lee Konitz, Brian Eno, and
Stephen Sondheim... l and brought musical theater to full maturity as an art form. According to, "What few people understand is that Oscar's big contribution to the thea ...
Diomedes Cato... s period include Wacław z Szamotuł, Mikołaj Zieleński, and Mikołaj Gomółka., a native-born Italian who lived in Kraków from about the age of five, be ...
Graeme Revell# Opening Title –# Sax And Violins – Talking Heads # Summer Kisses, Winter Tears – Julee Cr ...
Bob Dylan... ter unsuccessfully trying to plead his innocence (by reciting the lyrics of's "It Ain't Me Babe" and insisting that he did no more than "cross an ima ...
Miklós RózsaSome of the original musical score by(which makes use of the theremin) was later adapted by the composer into a ...
Michael McKean... y group, which appear across several films. These include Catherine O'Hara,, Parker Posey, Bob Balaban, Jane Lynch, John Michael Higgins, Harry Shear ...
Natalia Oreiro... ier Juan Navarro, sports journalist Victor Hugo Morales, singer and actress, soccer players Antonio Alzamendi, Enzo Francescoli and Carlos Goyen, act ...
George Clinton(Band Leader, vocals, keyboards, songwriter, producer; born July 22, 1941)
Johannes Brahms... included Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Richard Wagner, and. In those years there were more millionaires living in Wiesbaden than in ...
Siobhan Fahey... featured in the video (and on the record sleeve) is Máire Fahey, sister of, former singer with Bananarama and Shakespear's Sister. The American sing ...
Joe Cocker... sted only during the South American support tour (supporting The B-52's and) on only five dates
Ray Charles... , Ian Hammond speculated that McCartney subconsciously based "Yesterday" on' version of "Georgia on My Mind", but closed his article by saying that d ...
Mark Heard... s, which released Streams of White Light Into Darkened Corners in 1977, and's in 1978
Julian Lennon... ings Castle and released the environmental charity single with her cover of's song "Saltwater". All the money from this single went to charity. In 19 ...
Titus TurnerHis first recording, a version of's "All Around the World", was a hit, reaching # 5 on the Billboard R&B ch ...
Lemmy... bsite, Captain Sensible is quoted as saying: "Ha ha..... we're working withagain are we? Excellent! He's the real deal, the absolute antithesis to al ...
John Fogerty... in Chalk which was released in March 2009. He also was part of the band for's The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again in 2009. In 2010, Miller again joine ...
Peter Gabriel... le's Songs was a collection of cover versions. Its first single, a cover of's song "Solsbury Hill", reached the UK Top 10. The second single from the ...
Paul Jabara... m featured covers of a 1981 Diana Ross song "Work That Body", co-written byand "If You Were a Woman and I Was a Man", originally recorded by Bonnie T ...
Mikołaj Zieleński... lish music. Composers writing during this period include Wacław z Szamotuł,, and Mikołaj Gomółka. Diomedes Cato, a native-born Italian who lived in K ...
Ry Cooder... le Creatures as well as more mainstream bands as Glay. In 1980, Huruoma and, an American musician, collaborated on a rock album with Shoukichi Kina, ...
Hendrix... adelic and was a major force on the first several albums by that group. His-inspired style has become very influential. After the early 1970s he cont ...
Dave Grohl... s. It has become highly popular amongst musicians; Foo Fighters lead singersaid "We play the Big Day Out because it's the best tour in the world. You ...
Julee Cruise# Summer Kisses, Winter Tears –# Move With Me (Dub) – Neneh Cherry # The Adversary – Crime and the City S ...
Stanko PremrlZdravljica was first set to music in 1905 by the Slovene composerin a choral composition
Gabriel Fauré... ola Artôt de Padilla. In 1877, her daughter Marianne was briefly engaged to, but she later married the composer
Herbie Hancock... progressive rock and predated the electronic jazz "fusion" of Miles Davis,, and others
Henry Mancini... ee week engagement on January 24, 1946. Future television and film composerwas the band's pianist and one of the arrangers. This ghost band played to ...
Karen BlackThe novel was adapted into a movie starring Richard Benjamin andin 1972
Vanessa Petruo... to arrange a first meeting with all original band members for years. Whilerefused to re-join the band in favour of an independent solo career in mus ...
Joseph Joachim... ve it, although great violin pedagogues of the past such as Carl Flesch andexplicitly referred to vibrato as a movement towards the bridge, meaning u ...
John Williams... in 1971, and won three Academy Awards, including one for arranger-conductor. Chaim Topol played the role of Tevye
Mariah Carey... e records is 18, the most for any female recording artist in music history.tied Ross' record in 2007. Motown issued a compilation album, To Love Agai ...
Mark Knopfler... unnam multiple circumnavigator David Scott Cowper, Neil Tennant, Alan Hull,, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Cheryl Cole, entertainers Ant and Dec, and int ...
Pierre Boulez... tre du Châtelet in Paris for a Stravinsky festival conducted by Salonen and; it was during this Paris residency that key Philharmonic board members h ...
Bob Dylan... sts were fundamental to The Band's existence and growth: Ronnie Hawkins and. Other guests they admired (and in most cases had worked with before) inc ...
Ramon Sender... ic Center working with Morton Subotnick, Steve Reich, Pauline Oliveros, and. His most influential teacher, however, was Pandit Pran Nath (1918–1996), ...
Paul McCartneyCostello has worked with, Tony Bennett, Lucinda Williams, Kid Rock, Lee Konitz, Brian Eno, and Rub ...
Dolly Parton... r his album "Duets II". In January 2012, while appearing on 106 & Park with, to promote Joyful Noise, Latifah stated that she had been working on a n ...
James Tenney... positions for four double basses exist by Gunther Schuller, Jacob Druckman,, Robert Ceely, , Bernhard Alt, Norman Ludwin, Frank Proto, Joseph Lauber, ...
Herbie Hancock... g songs by Janis Joplin, The Doors, George Gershwin, The Mamas & the Papas,, Lou Reed, and Louis Prima—for under $1 million. Released on February 12, ...
Joe Cocker... ieved the number one position on the British singles charts three times: byin 1968, Wet Wet Wet in 1988 and by Sam & Mark in 2004
Richard Wagner... own tone row, meaning that the tone rows act rather like the leitmotifs in's operas
Totò... these he drew inspiration from such famous figures of Neapolitan comedy as, and Eduardo and Peppino De Filippo
Georg Caspar Wecker... ch (Sebalduskirche). Some sources indicate that Pachelbel also studied with, organist of the same church and an important composer of the Nuremberg s ...
Gary Clark... the record were co-written with Ben Hillier, Dave McCracken, Daniel Johns,, Jamie Hartman, Paul Harris and Shep Solomon. Some of the tracks were pro ...
Bernhard Sekles... f Rebner, as well as conducting and composition with Arnold Mendelssohn and. At first he supported himself by playing in dance bands and musical-come ...
Wilko Johnson... March 2011, the band completed another UK tour. Burnel's long term friend,, was invited to bring The Wilko Johnson band on the tour. In April, the b ...
Arnold Schoenberg... ard Stein at Los Angeles City College. (Stein had served as an assistant towhen Schoenberg, the inventor of the twelve-tone method, had taught at UCL ...
Sharon O'Neill... her popular artists and groups include The Choirboys, Chantoozies, Cheetah,, Marc Williams, Peter Andre, Goanna, Australian Crawl, Rose Tattoo, Colle ...
Jacob Druckman... h ensembles. Compositions for four double basses exist by Gunther Schuller,, James Tenney, Robert Ceely, , Bernhard Alt, Norman Ludwin, Frank Proto, ...
King Henry VIII... dover and Anne Boleyn also owned property in the same town. It is said thatmade Aylesbury the county town in preference to Buckingham because Boleyn' ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... Seraglio; also known as Il Seraglio) is an opera Singspiel in three acts by. The German libretto is by Christoph Friedrich Bretzner with adaptations ...
Lee Perry... und, with pioneers like King Tubby, Peter Tosh, Sly & Robbie, Bill Laswell,, Mad Professor, Roots Radics, Bob Marley and Buju Banton heavily influenc ...
Paul McCartneyIn 1987, Costello began a long-running songwriting collaboration with. They wrote a number of songs together, including
Johann Staden... ers of the Nuremberg musical tradition, who had been at one time a pupil of
Ronnie Hawkins... ung. Two of the guests were fundamental to The Band's existence and growth:and Bob Dylan. Other guests they admired (and in most cases had worked wit ...
Richard Thompson... in 1968 he'd heard the album, "and it changed my life", he said. Guitaristhas openly acknowledged the album's influence on Fairport Convention's Lie ...
Richard Wagner... s (or "dramas" to use the composer's preferred term) by the German composer(1813–83). The works are based loosely on characters from the Norse sagas ...
Elton John... According to author Darden Asbury Pyron, "Liberace was the first gay personhad ever seen on television; he became his hero.
Roger Limb... ay 2009, Dick Mills reunited with former BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers, Paddy Kingsland and Peter Howell with archivist Mark Ayres for a unique ...
Ralph Vaughan Williams... e English song-cycle in his version of Tennyson's Maud a little previously.produced his most famous settings of six songs, the cycle On Wenlock Edge, ...
Paul Rodgers... the first time in 18 years as "Queen", along with Free/Bad Company vocalist. Billed as "Queen + Paul Rodgers", the band has played throughout 2005 an ...
Gunther Schuller... r arranged for such ensembles. Compositions for four double basses exist by, Jacob Druckman, James Tenney, Robert Ceely, , Bernhard Alt, Norman Ludwi ...
Mark KnopflerThe song Sailing to Philadelphia from's album of the same name, also has strong references to Mason and Dixon, ...
Stevie Wonder... and John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra as well as creative funk master. In 1977, their friend Sid McCray introduced the band, who were already i ...
Johann Erasmus Kindermann... considered unlikely. In any case, both Wecker and Schwemmer were trained by, one of the founders of the Nuremberg musical tradition, who had been at ...
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Benjamin Britten... , who then sold it to James Osborn, who then donated it to Yale University.gave the first rediscovered performance of the Hamburg version in 1967, af ...
Johann Mattheson... mberg musical tradition, who had been at one time a pupil of Johann Staden., whose Grundlage einer Ehrenpforte (Hamburg, 1740) is one of the most imp ...
Herbie Hancock... k No Evil by Wayne Shorter; The Real McCoy by McCoy Tyner; Maiden Voyage by; Miles Smiles by Miles Davis; and Search for the New Land by Lee Morgan ( ...
John Cage... sound of one drone could make music. Also in 1949, Pierre Boulez befriended, who was visiting Paris to do research on the music of . John Cage had be ...
Noël Coward... ic films such as Alfie starring Michael Caine, The Italian Job in 1969 with, Roman Polanski's first English language film in 1965 Repulsion; Be My Gu ...
Tina Turner... med. Footage from the show was used on the Delicate Sound of Thunder video.played here in 1990 during her Foreign Affair Tour
Andrea Antico... he competitor who took Petrucci's printing privilege away from him in Rome,, also took over his printing business in Venice in 1520. During the 1520s ...
Missy Elliott... the Rain" was released as the album's lead single. She also has a song with. 2011 saw Queen Latifah sing "Who Can I Turn To" in a duet with Tony Benn ...
Arthur Somervell... in English music. The first was probably the cycle A Shropshire Lad set byin 1904, who had begun to develop the concept of the English song-cycle in ...
Agnetha Fältskog... tly, her relationship with Andersson, and friendship with Björn Ulvaeus andled to the formation of ABBA. In 1972, after five years at EMI Sweden, Lyn ...
Paul McCartney... The Beatles that relied upon a performance by a single member of the band,. He was accompanied by a string quartet. The final recording was so diffe ...
Joe Cocker's version was a radical re-arrangement of the original, in a slower, 6/8 ...
Ichiro Fujiyama... stern classical music, made waves across the country in the prewar period..became popular in the prewar period, but war songs later became popular wh ...
Olivia Newton-John... uran, Pat Benatar, Mary J. Blige, Bea Arthur, Dionne Warwick, Cyndi Lauper,, Beenie Man, Pete Burns, Bow Wow Wow, and the Backstreet Boys were notabl ...
Régis Wargnier... photographer in P. Pavlikovsky's movie The Stringer. The second role was in's movie East/West. Sergey played Sasha, the neighbour of an unlucky coupl ...
Little Richard... ith teenage delinquency. American rock and roll acts such as Elvis Presley,and Buddy Holly thereafter became major forces in the British charts
Björn Ulvaeus... d radio. Subsequently, her relationship with Andersson, and friendship withand Agnetha Fältskog led to the formation of ABBA. In 1972, after five yea ...
Louise Bertin... te song on the piano – with only one finger. Hugo also worked with composer, writing the libretto for her 1836 opera La Esmeralda which was based on ...
Mark Ayres... kshop composers Roger Limb, Paddy Kingsland and Peter Howell with archivistfor a unique live concert at The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London, performin ...
Jimmy Somerville... ototype of sorts for Red Wedge), Paul Weller and The Communards lead singer, they put on concert tours and appeared in the media, adding their suppor ...
Fred Rogers... "Despicable Me", and the titular character of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,. Other notable film and television figures include Sarah Wayne Callies (P ...
John McLaughlinWithWith Jackie McLean With Marcus Miller With Mulgrew Miller With Grachan Mon ...
McCoy Tyner... cords. Key albums include Speak No Evil by Wayne Shorter; The Real McCoy by; Maiden Voyage by Herbie Hancock; Miles Smiles by Miles Davis; and Search ...
Jessica Wahls... on round, Nadja Benaissa, Lucy Diakovska, Sandy Mölling, Vanessa Petruo andwere chosen, and signed a recording contract with Polydor. Managed by Joy ...
Mike Batt... The Wombles (band) was the brainchild of British music writer and composer,
Morton Subotnick... s involved in the experimental San Francisco Tape Music Center working with, Steve Reich, Pauline Oliveros, and Ramon Sender. His most influential te ...
Frank Proto... Jacob Druckman, James Tenney, Robert Ceely, , Bernhard Alt, Norman Ludwin,, Joseph Lauber, Erich Hartmann, Colin Brumby, Miloslav Gajdos and Theodor ...
Arnold Schoenberg... ogrammed works by several avant garde composers, including Anton Webern and. From 1927 he taught composition at the Berliner Hochschule für Musik in ...
Johannes Brahms... icians have influenced European classical composers such as Franz Liszt and. The lăutari who perform at traditional Romanian weddings are virtually a ...
Chrissie Hynde... d Masters of the Backside, which also included future Pretenders frontwoman. Brian James (Brian Robertson) had been a member of the Crawley-based gar ...
Pauline Oliveros... San Francisco Tape Music Center working with Morton Subotnick, Steve Reich,, and Ramon Sender. His most influential teacher, however, was Pandit Pran ...
Tori Amos... ter) was used as an archetype for the character Tori by contemporary artistin her 2007 album American Doll Posse, and the Canadian rock band Rush ref ...
Andrea Bernasconi... Flavio Anicio Olibrio) and Leonardo Vinci (Naples, 1728, as Ricimero), and(1737, Wien, as Flavio Anicio Olibrio o La tirannide debellata). The libre ...
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Leonard Bernstein... so it should not be played as part of it. Famous Mahler conductors such as, Georg Solti and Bernard Haitink never performed it. Others perform Blumi ...
Wayne Shorter... bop" was recorded on Blue Note Records. Key albums include Speak No Evil by; The Real McCoy by McCoy Tyner; Maiden Voyage by Herbie Hancock; Miles Sm ...
Stevie Wonder... t. Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Joe Sample, George Duke, Christian McBride, andmade guest appearances. It was nominated for a Grammy in the "Best Traditi ...
Quincy Jones... d by Gloria Estefan, produced by her husband Emilio Estefan and approved by
Randy Newman... Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 2002 ceremonies, but it lost to's "If I Didn't Have You" from Monsters, Inc
Bob Marley... d". Despite their burgeoning punk sound, the early Bad Brains, after seeingin concert, also delved deep into reggae music and the Rastafari movement. ...
Kirsty MacColl... aunched on 21 November 1985, with Bragg, Weller, Strawberry Switchblade andinvited to a reception at the Palace of Westminster hosted by Labour MP Ro ...
Peter Howell... h former BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers Roger Limb, Paddy Kingsland andwith archivist Mark Ayres for a unique live concert at The Roundhouse, Cha ...
Allen Toussaint... cisco, California. The concert featured a horn section with arrangements byand a stellar list of guests, including other Canadian acts Joni Mitchell ...
Anton Webern... ival, where he programmed works by several avant garde composers, includingand Arnold Schoenberg. From 1927 he taught composition at the Berliner Hoc ...
Bruce Welch... or David Scott Cowper, Neil Tennant, Alan Hull, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin,, Cheryl Cole, entertainers Ant and Dec, and international footballers Pet ...
Pierre Boulez... lence) – showing how the sound of one drone could make music. Also in 1949,befriended John Cage, who was visiting Paris to do research on the music o ...
Yehonatan Geffen... h Levin's cabarets. Another prominent stand-up performance in the 1970s was's stand-up performance which was satirical about the Israeli society and ...
Lionel Richie... omplete contractual obligations to Motown, Ross recorded several songs with, one of which, "Endless Love", led to the duo having an international num ...
Franz Liszt... es of Romani musicians have influenced European classical composers such asand Johannes Brahms. The lăutari who perform at traditional Romanian weddi ...
Miles Davis... rominence in the 1960s, Williams first gained fame in the band of trumpeter, and was a pioneer of jazz fusion
Robert PlantBuddy Miller toured as part of the band onand Alison Krauss's Raising Sand tour of the USA and Europe, and with Emmy ...
Steve Reich... experimental San Francisco Tape Music Center working with Morton Subotnick,, Pauline Oliveros, and Ramon Sender. His most influential teacher, howeve ...
Sergei Prokofiev... that quotes the children's song Frere Jacques, transposed into a minor key.'s Lieutenant Kijé Suite features a difficult and very high double bass so ...
Rich Matteson... carved out over the last 40 or so years, largely starting with the pioneer(see "List of important players" below). The euphonium can also double on ...
Delia Derbyshire... montage tributes of deceased members of the Workshop including Daphne Oram,and John Baker. The two and a half hour event climaxed with live performan ...
Jimmy Page... roduction (featuring drums by Procol Harum's B.J. Wilson, guitar lines from, and organ by Tommy Eyre). Cocker performed the song at Woodstock in 1969 ...
Mickey Thomas... ayed by Tom Cruise in Risky Business. In 1986, she appeared with Starship'sin the music video for the song "Sara". The song reached #1 on the Billboa ...
Leonardo Vinci... cola Porpora (1711, in Neaples, as Il trionfo di Flavio Anicio Olibrio) and(Naples, 1728, as Ricimero), and Andrea Bernasconi (1737, Wien, as Flavio ...
Vanessa Petruo... r a final elimination round, Nadja Benaissa, Lucy Diakovska, Sandy Mölling,and Jessica Wahls were chosen, and signed a recording contract with Polydo ...
Alessandro Poglietti... roberger and Johann Kaspar Kerll, Italians such as Girolamo Frescobaldi and, French composers, and the composers of the Nuremberg tradition. He prefe ...
Lee "Scratch" Perry... t their record label's behaviour. It was co-produced by famed reggae artist, though Foote was summoned to "ground things" a bit and the result was pu ...
Anton Webern... for Social Research. His compositions during this period were influenced by, Gregorian chant, Indian classical music, Gagaku, and Indonesian gamelan ...
Pete Townshend... released in August 1971. The album has origins in a rock opera conceived bycalled Lifehouse. The ambitious, complex project did not come to fruition ...
Ric Ocasek... ette only" in January 1982, followed in 1983 by Rock for Light, produced byof The Cars
James LiptonIn an Actors Studio interview with, Sheen admitted to being arrested 64 times for protests. "I don't look fo ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... irst English language film in 1965 Repulsion; Be My Guest in 1965, featuredan early appearance by the young actor Steve Marriott and The Nashville Te ...
Lynn Ahrens... erforming a cover version of "Journey to the Past" which earned songwritersand Stephen Flaherty a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original ...
Robert Mitchum... in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales with foreign leads Deborah Kerr,, and Peter Ustinov but a supporting cast including Australians Chips Raff ...
Bernard Edwards... an executive producer of the project. In 1980, Ross hired Nile Rodgers andof the group CHIC to overlook production of her final contractual Motown a ...
B.B. King... 100. The single "Fool For Your Loving", which the band originally wrote for, made #13 in the UK single charts and #53 in the US, and the title track ...
John McLaughlinIn 1969, he formed a trio, The Tony Williams Lifetime, withon guitar, and Larry Young on organ. Jack Bruce joined on bass later. Life ...
Ah Niu# Ice Kacang Puppy Love (Malaysia, 2010)featuringand Angelica Lee
Brian Wilson... enture album Television's People, continuing the vegetable relay started byon Smile. Miles Kane has also called for him to produce the next album by ...
Cheryl Cole... t Cowper, Neil Tennant, Alan Hull, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch,, entertainers Ant and Dec, and international footballers Peter Beardsley, ...
Benny Andersson... th Is Wonderful"), and finished fourth. Backstage she met her future spouse, who also participated in the contest as composer. They soon met again at ...
Van Morrison... (and in most cases had worked with before) included Muddy Waters, Dr. John,, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Ronnie Wood, Paul Butterfield, and Neil Diamo ...
Graeme Revell... n't You See" by The Marshall Tucker Band, and "Push & Pull" by Nikka Costa.also composed the original score for the film. However, his work was not r ...
Gustav Mahler... New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein. The third movement of's first symphony features a solo for the double bass that quotes the chil ...
C. W. McCall... Red Simpson, Colonel Robert Morris, The Road Hammers and Waylon Speed, withand Cledus Maggard (pseudonyms of Bill Fries and Jay Huguely, respectively ...
Daphne Oram... usical video montage tributes of deceased members of the Workshop including, Delia Derbyshire and John Baker. The two and a half hour event climaxed ...
Nicola Porpora... atro San Cassiano in Venice, but the same libretto was put in music also by(1711, in Neaples, as Il trionfo di Flavio Anicio Olibrio) and Leonardo Vi ...
Mozart... e, is first presented to the audience as a child prodigy playing a piece by, but suddenly starts to bang on the piano keys when he notices out the wi ...
George Butterworth... ondon String Quartet and Frederick B. Kiddle in 1917. Between 1909 and 1911produced settings in two collections or cycles, as Six Songs from A Shrops ...
James Weldon Johnson... as well as white writers exploring black themes), including Eugene O'Neill,, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston and Orson Welles
Herbie Hancock... y John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus, Wayne Shorter and. Generally, the term post-bop is taken to mean jazz from the mid-sixties ...
George Gershwin... ghts to an extensive soundtrack—including songs by Janis Joplin, The Doors,, The Mamas & the Papas, Herbie Hancock, Lou Reed, and Louis Prima—for und ...
Sandy Mölling... o prepare. After a final elimination round, Nadja Benaissa, Lucy Diakovska,, Vanessa Petruo and Jessica Wahls were chosen, and signed a recording con ...
Elton John... e engaged to singer Diana Krall in May 2003, and married her at the home ofon 6 December that year. Krall gave birth to twin sons, Dexter Henry Lorca ...
Jello Biafra... rt." On the final track of his Become the Media spoken word album, activistdiscusses a conversation he had with cast member Irene McGee, who was slap ...
Dieterich Buxtehude... His music is less virtuosic and less adventurous harmonically than that of, although, like Buxtehude, Pachelbel experimented with different ensemble ...
Chuck BerryOn 26 February 2012, Costello paid tribute to music legendsand Leonard Cohen who were the recipients of the first annual PEN Awards f ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... rom 1958 to 1960. In 1959 he attended the summer courses at Darmstadt under, and in 1960 relocated to New York in order to study electronic music wit ...
Olivier Messiaen... s the pit orchestra in a production of the opera Saint François d'Assise by; it was the first time an American orchestra was given that opportunity. ...
Nile Rodgers... rdy refused to be an executive producer of the project. In 1980, Ross hiredand Bernard Edwards of the group CHIC to overlook production of her final ...
La Monte Young... Pran Nath (1918–1996), a master of Indian classical voice, who also taughtand Marian Zazeela. Riley made numerous trips to India over the course of ...
Wayne Shorter... in seminal work by John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus,and Herbie Hancock. Generally, the term post-bop is taken to mean jazz fro ...
John Corigliano... w York City) on numerous occasions, performing and premiering works such as’s “Poem On His Birthday,” “Too Hot to Handel” arranged by Broadway compos ...
Francesco GaspariniThe libretto was written for a dramma per musica in three acts by, performed that same year in the Teatro San Cassiano in Venice, but the s ...
Henry VIII... uted to 19th century historian Agnes Strickland's book on the wives of King. Research of documents (including Maud Parr's Will) conducted by Susan Ja ...
Dolly Parton... ppeared to be completely arbitrary, one raid famously netting a copy of themusical The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982) under the mistaken beli ...
Elton John... 986. This style was also used for the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, withsinging the opening ballad and then after the taped operatic section, Axl ...
Charles Mingus... re's origins lie in seminal work by John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Bill Evans,, Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. Generally, the term post-bop is taken ...
Benjamin Britten... tures a difficult and very high double bass solo in the "Romance" movement.'s The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra contains a prominent passage ...
Mike BattSongwriter and producerwrote the series' theme tune, and later went on to perform and produce a n ...
John McLaughlinIn 1979, Williams, guitaristand bassist Jaco Pastorius united for a one-time performance at the Havana ...
Leonard CohenOn 26 February 2012, Costello paid tribute to music legends Chuck Berry andwho were the recipients of the first annual PEN Awards for songwriting exc ...
Madonna... e an unannounced guest appearance on the show, surprising Myers and guests,and Roseanne Barr. Mike Myers also appeared as the Linda Richman character ...
Muddy Waters... her guests they admired (and in most cases had worked with before) included, Dr. John, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Ronnie Wood, Paul But ...
Karol Szymanowski... een a center for art since the late 19th century, when people like composer, who discovered Goral folk music there, made the area chic among Europe's ...
Richard Maxfield... , and in 1960 relocated to New York in order to study electronic music withat the New School for Social Research. His compositions during this period ...
Nadja Benaissa... ts remained and were sent home to prepare. After a final elimination round,, Lucy Diakovska, Sandy Mölling, Vanessa Petruo and Jessica Wahls were cho ...
Béla BartókCell z is also one of the basic cells in's String Quartet No. 4
Peter Serafinowicz... sion of the theme tune. Celebrated attendees included actor/writer/composerand satirist/writer/broadcaster Victor Lewis-Smith. Multiple cameras recor ...
Steve Marriott... st in 1965, featured Jerry Lee Lewis an early appearance by the young actorand The Nashville Teens. In 1969, The Beatles used the studios while rehea ...
Ian Paice... were included in a reissue of the album Trouble in 2006. Shortly after thatreplaced David Dowle giving Whitesnake three ex-Deep Purple members. The n ...
Pete Burns... , Bea Arthur, Dionne Warwick, Cyndi Lauper, Olivia Newton-John, Beenie Man,, Bow Wow Wow, and the Backstreet Boys were notable guests. His co-host wa ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... Cage applied his aleatoric methods to tape-based composition. Also in 1952,completed a modest musique concrète student piece entitled Etude. Cage's w ...
Janis Joplin... as able to acquire the rights to an extensive soundtrack—including songs by, The Doors, George Gershwin, The Mamas & the Papas, Herbie Hancock, Lou R ...
Eric Burdon... literary period, The Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva, singers, Sting and Brian Johnson, lead singer of AC/DC from 1980 to the present, ...
Freddie MercuryFollowing the death ofin November 1991, May chose to deal with his grief by committing himself a ...
George Gershwin... e and toured the United States. Whilst there, he met the American composersand Irving Berlin and brought Dédé to Broadway in 1922. He also developed ...
Miles Davis... s John Cage and "the really great chamber music groups of John Coltrane and, Charles Mingus, Bill Evans, and Gil Evans" as influences on his work, de ...
Alexander Dargomyzhsky... ction in 1869. He also completely orchestrated the opera The Stone Guest bythree times—in 1869–70, 1892 and 1902. While not a member of The Five hims ...
Meredith Willson... ntion in the song "Seventy-Six Trombones" from the musical The Music Man by
Badrachala Bhakta Ramdas## Purandara Das
Bruno WalterAn arrangement byfor piano four hands (two players at one piano) was published in 1906
James Brown... d the father of Keith John, a long time backing vocalist for Stevie Wonder., who early in his career had opened shows for John, recorded a tribute al ...
Nick CaveThe 1980s saw a breakthrough in the independence of Australian rock—said that before the 80s, "Australia still needed America or England to te ...
Józef Elsner... Karol Kurpiński, Juliusz Zarębski, Henryk Wieniawski, Mieczysław Karłowicz,, and, most famously, Fryderyk Chopin. Chopin remains very well known, and ...
Josquin des Prez... s works by the most highly regarded composers of the Renaissance, includingand Antoine Brumel
Charles Mingus... nd "the really great chamber music groups of John Coltrane and Miles Davis,, Bill Evans, and Gil Evans" as influences on his work, demonstrating how ...
Robbie Robertson... hones, trumpet), Richard Manuel (piano, drums, baritone saxophone, vocals),(guitar, vocals), and Levon Helm (drums, mandolin, guitar, vocals). All fi ...
Frédéric Chopin... film which tells a fictionalised life story of Polish pianist and composer. Directed by Charles Vidor, the film starred Cornel Wilde (as Chopin), Me ...
Johannes Fritsch... of music by Mozart, Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts, Boulez, Nono,, Michael von Biel, and, especially, Webern (Texte 1:24–31, 39–44, 75–85, ...
Nick Lowe... eat" as well as a cover of The Stooges' "1970", re-titled "I Feel Alright"., already solidly established among cutting-edge British artists including ...
Miles Davis... e Shorter's "Footprints" (1967). On the version recorded on Miles Smiles by, the bass switches to 4/4 at 2:20. The 4/4 figure is known as tresillo in ...
Neil Diamond... Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Ronnie Wood, Paul Butterfield, and
Ron Moody... tured on record in 1964 with Jay Robinson as Iago and on video in 1981 withas Iago. The 1982 Broadway staging starred James Earl Jones as Othello and ...
Willie Rosario... m, "Blinded By the Light" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band, "Let's Boogaloo" by, "Keep It Comin' Love" by KC & the Sunshine Band, "That Smell" by Lynyrd ...
Ayumi Hamasaki... pop-rock band Tokio Hotel. In Asia, idols range from Japanese pop megastarsand Namie Amuro as well as Kana Nishino and Japanese music groups such as ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... list nature and repeated descending motif, alludes to the first movement of's Symphony no. 9 in D minor
Agnetha Fältskog... is song on national TV, and at this occasion briefly met future ABBA member, who also performed her first single in the same programme. Lyngstad tour ...
Bob DylanA famous and widely bootlegged concert byat the Free Trade Hall in Manchester on 17 May 1966 was mistakenly labelle ...
Tommy Steele... tish rock and rollers soon began to appear, including Wee Willie Harris and. During this period American Rock and Roll remained dominant, however, in ...
Mark Heard... e of Prayer, and the opening cut of that album, "Worry Too Much" (penned by, and originally released on his Second Hand album), won the Song of the Y ...
David Tudor... Gottfried Michael Koenig, Pierre Henry, Iannis Xenakis, La Monte Young, and, composed significant electronic, vocal, and instrumental works. In late ...
Irving Berlin... ted States. Whilst there, he met the American composers George Gershwin andand brought Dédé to Broadway in 1922. He also developed an interest in act ...
Howlin' Wolf... fluences, including Charley Patton, Son House, Blind Lemon, Robert Johnson,, Blind Blake, Willie Dixon, and Blues Boy Willie, whose father toured wit ...
Goran Bregović... on Romani music, as do Spitalul de Urgenţă in Romania, Shantel in Germany,in Serbia, Darko Rundek in Croatia, Beirut and Gogol Bordello in the Unite ...
Antoine Brumel... ighly regarded composers of the Renaissance, including Josquin des Prez and
Vernon Elliott... Nogs and the People of the Northlands." These opening lines, combined with's haunting bassoon score, conveyed a slightly "creepy" atmosphere, which ...
Sigurd Jansen... during the contest introductions, as Charell introduced Norwegian conductoras "...Johannes...Skorgan...", having been forced to make up a name on the ...
Johann Jakob FrobergerPachelbel's music was influenced by southern German composers, such asand Johann Kaspar Kerll, Italians such as Girolamo Frescobaldi and Alessan ...
David Foster... e song "The Power of the Dream", composed by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and, with words by Linda Thompson was performed in the opening ceremony by Cé ...
Bill Evans... reat chamber music groups of John Coltrane and Miles Davis, Charles Mingus,, and Gil Evans" as influences on his work, demonstrating how he pulled to ...
Alexander Courage... card from The Next Generations first season, notes from the theme for , and's classic Star Trek fanfare
Ofra Hazafrom Israel, who took the second place, had an enduring success with her s ...
Stevie Wonder... wn and Stax, and the father of Keith John, a long time backing vocalist for
Junior Giscombe... uary 1986, featured Bragg, Weller's band The Style Council, The Communards,, Lorna Gee and Jerry Dammers, and picked up guest appearances from Madnes ...
George Martin... s claims, a delay may have been due to a disagreement between McCartney andregarding the song's arrangement, or the opinion of the other Beatles who ...
E. T. A. Hoffmann... , nature, and Germanic myths. The later German Romanticism of, for example,'s Der Sandmann (The Sandman), 1817, and Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff's ...
Bob DylanAmerican singer/songwriterrefers to Rainey in the song "Tombstone Blues" on his 1965 album, Highway ...
Giuseppe Verdi... four years' study in Paris, she had her operatic début 1864 as Violetta in's opera La Traviata at the Théâtre Lyrique, Paris. After this success she ...
Edwin Carr... ilburn and other composers working during the late 1950s and 60s, including, developed a new direction in New Zealand music that was distinctly separ ...
Wagnerian... uses and other elements musically woven into a seamless whole. Puccini usedleitmotifs (short musical statements) to identify characters, objects and ...
The Notorious B.I.G.... op artists such as KRS One, Public Enemy, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Jay-Z, Nas,, and dead prez are known for their sociopolitical subject matter. Their W ...
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor... of Austria, Princess Royal of Hungary and Bohemia (1683–1754), daughter ofand his third wife, Eleonore Magdalena of the Palatinate-Neuburg, thus str ...
Keith Moon... never actually appeared on the album. An alternative cover featured drummerdressed in black lingerie, holding a rope whip, and wearing a brown wig. S ...
Kylie Minogue... on, Silverchair, Youth Group, You Am I and Powderfinger; the "pop princess", Pendulum, Pop Rock duo Savage Garden and alternative music stars the Joh ...
Noelia... and Emilio Estefan, Jr., Gloria Trevi, Chayanne, Ricky Martin, RBD, Niurka,, Anaís, George Lopez, Jennifer Lopez, Grecia Colmenares, Alexandra Cheron ...
Neil Innes... ir sketch of a sickeningly nice, low-budget film, entitled a video "nicie".' song "My New School" (1984) contains a video nasty reference "It's got a ...
Leonard Bernstein... iginally written for the cello) with the New York Philharmonic conducted by. The third movement of Gustav Mahler's first symphony features a solo for ...
Cyril Rootham... assoon's poems have been set to music, some during his lifetime, notably by
Andy Razaf... d "Jitterbug Waltz" (1942). He collaborated with the Tin Pan Alley lyricist. He composed stride piano display pieces such as "Handful of Keys", "Vale ...
Charlie ParkerThe riff from's bebop number "Now's the Time" (1945) re-emerged four years later as the ...
Johann Kaspar Kerll... influenced by southern German composers, such as Johann Jakob Froberger and, Italians such as Girolamo Frescobaldi and Alessandro Poglietti, French c ...
Jerry Dammers... er's band The Style Council, The Communards, Junior Giscombe, Lorna Gee and, and picked up guest appearances from Madness, Heaven 17, Bananarama, Pre ...
Nas... hip hop artists such as KRS One, Public Enemy, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Jay-Z,, The Notorious B.I.G., and dead prez are known for their sociopolitical s ...
La Monte Young... lheinz Stockhausen, Gottfried Michael Koenig, Pierre Henry, Iannis Xenakis,, and David Tudor, composed significant electronic, vocal, and instrumenta ...
Willie Dixon... Patton, Son House, Blind Lemon, Robert Johnson, Howlin' Wolf, Blind Blake,, and Blues Boy Willie, whose father toured with Rainey
John Philip Sousa... typically have extremely important parts in many marches (such as those by), and in brass band music of the British tradition
James HornerThe score to Apollo 13 was composed and conducted by. The soundtrack was released in 1995 by MCA Records and has seven tracks ...
John CageRiley also citesand "the really great chamber music groups of John Coltrane and Miles Davi ...
Anaís... io Estefan, Jr., Gloria Trevi, Chayanne, Ricky Martin, RBD, Niurka, Noelia,, George Lopez, Jennifer Lopez, Grecia Colmenares, Alexandra Cheron, Ameli ...
Tori Amos... used extensively in the Australian film He Died With A Felafel In His Hand.covered "Strange Little Girl" on her 2001 Strange Little Girls album
Susan Cowsill... ersions of Case's songs performed by various artists, including John Prine,, and others
Rick Danko... acclaimed and influential roots rock group. The original group consisted of(bass guitar, double bass, fiddle, trombone, vocals), Garth Hudson (keyboa ...
Ornette Coleman... llege. In LA's jazz milieu, he played alongside notable musicians including, Don Cherry and Billy Higgins
John ColtraneRiley also cites John Cage and "the really great chamber music groups ofand Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Bill Evans, and Gil Evans" as influences ...
Henry VIII... d his queen. It was rebuilt by Edward I at a cost of over £300 and again byin 1519; the current building dates from this period, although the chapel ...
Robbie Robertson... tribute album, Thinking about Little Willie John... and a Few Nice Things., former lead guitarist for The Band, referenced John in a song on his 198 ...
Garth Hudson... nsisted of Rick Danko (bass guitar, double bass, fiddle, trombone, vocals),(keyboard instruments, saxophones, trumpet), Richard Manuel (piano, drums, ...
Duke Ellington... ing point for longer compositions. The "Night Train" riff was first used in's "Happy-Go-Lucky Local", which Ellington had recycled from Johnny Hodges ...
Eric Burdon... dstein ("My Boyfriend's Back", "Hang on Sloopy", "I Want Candy") and singer(ex-lead singer of the British band the Animals). In 1969, Goldstein saw m ...
Jimmy Reed... , Tom Harmon, Neil Young, Eddie Vedder, Bruce Springsteen and blues singersand John Hammond Jr.
Girolamo Frescobaldi... s, such as Johann Jakob Froberger and Johann Kaspar Kerll, Italians such asand Alessandro Poglietti, French composers, and the composers of the Nurem ...
Ronnie Wood... ) included Muddy Waters, Dr. John, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton,, Paul Butterfield, and Neil Diamond
Joseph Carl Breil... and moods to watch for. Starting with the mostly original score composed byfor D. W. Griffith's groundbreaking epic The Birth of a Nation (USA, 1915) ...
Tommy Stinson... os Pitsch, drums, and Tim Schweiger, a veteran musician who also tours withof The Replacements and Guns N' Roses). According to the L.A. Times Music ...
Frédéric BlasiusThe opera reached Paris in November 1801, whenconducted Ellmenreich's company in performances at the Théâtre de la Gaîté
Tom RussellMesabi is the title song of a 2011 album by: "Some things never change on the Mesabi iron range . . . Bethlehem of th ...
Dolly Parton... album 'Nashville' on which Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Gillian Welch andappear as duet partners
Stephen Foster... Americans has been widespread since at least the mid-19th century songs ofand the rise of minstrel shows. The American music industry has actively a ...
Stephen Sondheim... d a political scandal. With glamorous costumes and sets, a musical score by, and Jean-Paul Belmondo in the title-role, it was seen as Resnais's most ...
Józef Elsner... rred Cornel Wilde (as Chopin), Merle Oberon (as George Sand), Paul Muni (as), Stephen Bekassy (as Franz Liszt), and Nina Foch
Bob Dylan... mpositions as well as covers of songs by Memphis Minnie, Sleepy John Estes,, Neil Young, and others
Karol Kurpiński... for piano were and remain popular, such as those by Michał Kleofas Ogiński,, Juliusz Zarębski, Henryk Wieniawski, Mieczysław Karłowicz, Józef Elsner, ...
Janet Jackson... recorded by many singers and groups, ranging from R&B / pop singers such asto nu metal band Korn and hip hop groups like TLC
La Monte Young... influenced by Stockhausen, Riley changed direction after first encountering, in whose Theater of Eternal Music he later performed in 1965-66. The Str ...
Lionel Richie... t of the spot by the pop ballad juggernaut "Endless Love" by Diana Ross and. Although there were few crossover hits in the latter half of the 1980s, ...
Barbra Streisand... g Australian singer Jamie Redfern and Canadian banjo player Scotty Plummer.was his most notable new adult act, early in her career
Carl Maria von Weber... her than on the Italian style of opera, on the German style as developed by, with elements of the grand opera style of Giacomo Meyerbeer. However he ...
Johannes Brahms... e orchestral bass solos are somewhat rare, there are some notable examples., whose father was a double bass player, wrote many difficult and prominen ...
Wayne Shorter... jazz standard composed by a non-Latin to use overt African cross-rhythm was's "Footprints" (1967). On the version recorded on Miles Smiles by Miles D ...
Memphis MinnieOne year after Rainey's death, blues singer and guitaristrecorded a tribute. French singer/song writer Francis Cabrel refers to Rai ...
Camille Saint-Saëns... , the first designated full blown scores were composed earlier, in 1908, by, for The Assassination of the Duke of Guise , and by Mikhail Ippolitov-Iv ...
Bob Dylan... an't You Hear Me Knocking" by The Rolling Stones, "All the Tired Horses" by, "Rumble" by Link Wray, "Glad and Sorry" by Faces, "Strange Brew" by Crea ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... Marshall also played Othello in a jazz musical version, Catch My Soul, withas Iago, in Los Angeles in 1968. His Othello was captured on record in 196 ...
Marty Wilde... e Special and Oh Boy! promoted the careers of British rock and rollers likeand Adam Faith. Cliff Richard and his backing band The Shadows, were the m ...
Steve Hackett... laborated with Eddie Van Halen. May contributed to former Genesis guitarist's album , playing guitar on the track "Cassandra" and providing guitar an ...
Juliusz Zarębski... d remain popular, such as those by Michał Kleofas Ogiński, Karol Kurpiński,, Henryk Wieniawski, Mieczysław Karłowicz, Józef Elsner, and, most famousl ...
Link Wray... ng" by The Rolling Stones, "All the Tired Horses" by Bob Dylan, "Rumble" by, "Glad and Sorry" by Faces, "Strange Brew" by Cream, "Black Betty" by Ram ...
Terry KnightFarner began his career in music by playing inand The Pack (1965–1966), The Bossmen (1966), The Pack (aka The Fabulous P ...
Steve Reich... (1964)and the Keyboard Studies. The first performance of In C was given by, Jon Gibson, Pauline Oliveros, and Morton Subotnick. Its form was an inno ...
Giacomo Meyerbeer... eveloped by Carl Maria von Weber, with elements of the grand opera style of. However he came to be dissatisfied with such a format as a means of arti ...
King Henry VIII... on period. Later, Buckinghamshire became an important political arena, withintervening in local politics in the 16th century and just a century later ...
Richard Yeoman-Clark... itchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (in both its radio and television forms) byand Paddy Kingsland respectively
Pauline Oliveros... tudies. The first performance of In C was given by Steve Reich, Jon Gibson,, and Morton Subotnick. Its form was an innovation: The piece consists of ...
Iannis Xenakis... ; Mario Davidovsky's Festino for guitar, viola, cello, and double bass; and's Morsima-Amorsima for piano, violin, cello, and double bass. There are a ...
James Weldon Johnson... ncement of Colored People (NAACP). NAACP leaders such as W.E.B. Du Bois andwere frequent guests in the Rustin home. With these influences in his earl ...
Eddie Vedder... an bands" and singer/songwriters such as Bob Dylan, Tom Harmon, Neil Young,, Bruce Springsteen and blues singers Jimmy Reed and John Hammond Jr.
Clint Eastwood... of Osceola. The ill will of these actions was to be the basis for the 1976film The Outlaw Josey Wales
Howard E. ScottIn 1962,and Harold Brown formed a group called The Creators in Long Beach, Califor ...
Elton John... , if you get rid of the horn section, we'll sign ya...' That's like tellin'to get rid of the piano." The show, however, was not without its difficult ...
Brian May... n Europe. Following one such performance at the Royal Albert Hall Jarre met, who proposed he create a concert in Tenerife for the International Year ...
Billie Holiday... late 1971, Motown announced that Diana Ross was going to portray jazz iconin a Motown-produced film loosely based on Holiday's autobiography Lady Si ...
Aulis SallinenThe Finnish composerhas written an opera called The Palace (1993); it contains characters from ...
Tom WaitsMoberly is mentioned in thesong "Black Market Baby," from the 1999 album Mule Variations
Henry VIII... the Dissolution of the Monasteries, all monastic manors were seized by King. They were sold off or given away to the nobility and landed gentry. Gran ...
Henryk Wieniawski... such as those by Michał Kleofas Ogiński, Karol Kurpiński, Juliusz Zarębski,, Mieczysław Karłowicz, Józef Elsner, and, most famously, Fryderyk Chopin. ...
Neil Tennant... present, actors Charlie Hunnam multiple circumnavigator David Scott Cowper,, Alan Hull, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Cheryl Cole, enterta ...
Ronnie Hawkins... he members of the Band first came together as they joined rockabilly singer's backing group, The Hawks, one by one between 1958 and 1963. Upon leavin ...
Dick MillsIn May 2009,reunited with former BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers Roger Limb, Paddy ...
Peter SchickeleMusic professor, composer, and humoristclaims to have "discovered" P. D. Q. Bach's The Abduction of Figaro, a pas ...
Camille Saint-Saëns... poems and operas stretch the instrument to its limits. "The Elephant" from' The Carnival of the Animals is a satirical portrait of the double bass, ...
Missy Elliott... igned with Atlantic Records. She worked with record producers Timbaland and, who contributed to her second studio album, One in a Million. The album ...
Cindy Birdsong... he had been seen as a replacement for Ross herself. Gordy instead contactedin April 1967; she was a member of Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles and supe ...
Elton John... g top Motown acts as well as various other artists including, in the 1970s,and & T.Rex and in the early 1980s "Yam Hologram". It is one of the very f ...
James Dean Bradfield... s for the song Let Robeson Sing. Introducing Rhys to the stage, lead singerexplained that Rhys had been set to perform the song at the bands 2001 per ...
P. D. Q. Bach... ofessor, composer, and humorist Peter Schickele claims to have "discovered"'s The Abduction of Figaro, a pastiche of the Entführung and Mozart's The ...
Keith Moon... o by Townshend and a violin solo by Dave Arbus. The violin solo was drummer's idea. The song's title pays homage to Townshend's guru Meher Baba and i ...
Steve PerryFollowing their two most successful albums, lead singerbegan to take more control over the band's direction. First, Ross Valory a ...
Eminem... ss Americans. This process has produced such varied stars as Benny Goodman,and Elvis Presley, as well as popular styles like blue-eyed soul and rocka ...
Francis Cabrel... and guitarist Memphis Minnie recorded a tribute. French singer/song writerrefers to Rainey in the song "Cent Ans de Plus" on the 1998 album Hors-Sai ...
Bruce Welch... or a holiday in Albufeira, Algarve, and he borrowed an acoustic guitar from, in whose house they were staying, and completed the work on "Yesterday". ...
Franz Schubert... waltz. This is a popular structure in Mahler's other symphonies, as well as's. One main theme repeats throughout the Ländler, and it gathers energy t ...
Arnold Mendelssohn... tudied violin with Adolf Rebner, as well as conducting and composition withand Bernhard Sekles. At first he supported himself by playing in dance ban ...
Michael Harrison... nfluential with Young's associates: Tony Conrad, Jon Hassell, Rhys Chatham,, Henry Flynt, Ben Neill, Charles Curtis, and Catherine Christer Hennix. Y ...
Bob Dylan... wks for a recording session for Atco later in 1965. At about the same time,recruited Helm and Robertson for two concerts, then the entire group for h ...
Terry Riley... s homage to Townshend's guru Meher Baba and influential minimalist composer(and is informally known by the line "Teenage Wasteland"). Other signature ...
Mieczysław Karłowicz... chał Kleofas Ogiński, Karol Kurpiński, Juliusz Zarębski, Henryk Wieniawski,, Józef Elsner, and, most famously, Fryderyk Chopin. Chopin remains very w ...
Carola Häggkvist... unching her career. This year also marked the first performance of Sweden's, who took the third place and went on to win the contest in 1991 and repr ...
Paul Williams... nd Academy Award for Best Original Song as composer (together with lyricist) for the song "Evergreen", from A Star Is Born in 1976
Bob Dylan... e is used by folk musicians, "one man bands" and singer/songwriters such as, Tom Harmon, Neil Young, Eddie Vedder, Bruce Springsteen and blues singer ...
Sandy Pearlman... a cleaner sound than its predecessor in order to reach American audiences., known for his work with Blue Öyster Cult, was hired to produce the recor ...
Richard Strauss... e many difficult and prominent parts for the double bass in his symphonies.assigned the double bass daring parts, and his symphonic poems and operas ...
Angélica María... fer Lopez, Grecia Colmenares, Alexandra Cheron, Amelia Vega, Angélica Vale,and others
Friedrich Nietzsche... so acquainted with the writings of another German philosopher of decadence:
Henry RollinsIn 1990, Bad Brains backed longtime friend, fan, and protegeon a cover version of The MC5's "Kick out the Jams". The recording appears ...
Alan Hull... s Charlie Hunnam multiple circumnavigator David Scott Cowper, Neil Tennant,, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Cheryl Cole, entertainers Ant a ...
Syd Barrett... as Lu. This expanded line-up unsuccessfully tried to recruit the reclusiveto produce their second album Music For Pleasure. They settled for Barrett ...
Jon Hassell... ce 1966 the group has seen many permutations and has included Garrett List,, Alex Dea, and many others, including members of the 60s groups. Young ha ...
Arrigo Boito... e character: in Meyer Lutz' Mephistopheles, or Faust and Marguerite (1855),'s Mefistofele (1868), Klaus Mann's Mephisto, and Franz Liszt's Mephisto W ...
EnoByrne and's influential 1981 album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts was re-released fo ...
Laurie JohnsonWhen Rigg joined the series in 1965, new theme music bywas introduced. This was based on a previously released title, on LP calle ...
Jack Teagarden... guitar, Joe Venuti on violin, Jimmy Dorsey on clarinet and alto saxophone,on trombone, and Bud Freeman on tenor saxophone. The song would go on to b ...
Anton Bruckner... followed a precedent, established by Beethoven in his ninth symphony and byin many of his symphonies, of lengthier, more detailed development of the ...
Nicolò Zingarelli... unicipal government of Catania. By 1822 he was in the class of the director, studying the masters of the Neapolitan school and the orchestral works o ...
Marvin Gaye... five charted pop release. Later that same year, Ross and fellow Motown starreleased a duet album, Diana & Marvin. The duo scored an international hit ...
Turner Layton... t her voice to the end credits of The Cat's Meow, singing Henry Creamer and's jazz standard "After You've Gone." In Spider-Man 3, she sings two songs ...
Andrzej Dobrowolski... s, particularly in the work of the Italian Franco Evangelisti and the Polesand Włodzimierz Kotoński (Skowron 1981, 39). The influence of his Kontra-P ...
Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov... by Camille Saint-Saëns, for The Assassination of the Duke of Guise , and by, for Stenka Razin
Billy Fury... home grown rock and roll based acts of the era. Other leading acts included, Joe Brown, and Johnny Kidd & The Pirates, whose 1960 hit song "Shakin' A ...
Chris Poland... e first Megadeth recording not to feature Ellefson. Original lead guitarist, from the 'Killing is My Business' and 'Peace Sells' era, was hired by Mu ...
Bob Dylan... ahead with their next album, Cahoots (1971). Cahoots included tunes such as's "When I Paint My Masterpiece," "4% Pantomime" (with Van Morrison), and ...
Samuel Barber... on Bredon'), Ian Venables (Songs of Eternity and Sorrow), and the American(e.g. 'With rue my heart is laden'). Gerald Finzi repeatedly began setting ...
Justin Bieber... van Show, and Soul Train. Some contemporary teen idols include Miley Cyrus,, Taylor Lautner, One Direction, Big Time Rush and Selena Gomez. Many Amer ...
John DankworthThe 1961 series featured a jazz-influenced theme by. Library music was used sparsely as a soundtrack, sometimes with variatio ...
Franco Evangelisti... ronic music in the 1950s and 1960s, particularly in the work of the Italianand the Poles Andrzej Dobrowolski and Włodzimierz Kotoński (Skowron 1981, ...
Harold Shapero... table students as Lukas Foss, Graham George, Norman Dello Joio, Mel Powell,, Hans Otte, Ruth Schonthal, and Oscar-winning film director George Roy Hi ...
Andrzej PanufnikFollowing World War II, some composers, such as Roman Palester and, fled the country and remained in exile. In the early 1960s, however, a n ...
Leyton's... is material that had been circulating. In response to illegal bootlegs like(sic) Live At The Mac, Larry decided if collectors wanted "bad-sounding" l ...
Jon Foreman... t. Congressman Donald M. Payne and recording artist and Switchfoot frontmantook on the fast after Branson finished on May 11
Stanley Turrentine... and influential tenor saxophone players included Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and
Allen Toussaint... ison), and "Life Is A Carnival," the last featuring a horn arrangement from. Toussaint's contribution was a critical addition to the Band's next proj ...
Noël Coward... f the human story of the film. Powell's work on this film was influenced by's film (1942)
Meyer Lutz... reatments of the Faust material frequently figures as a title character: in' Mephistopheles, or Faust and Marguerite (1855), Arrigo Boito's Mefistofe ...
Włodzimierz Kotoński... ork of the Italian Franco Evangelisti and the Poles Andrzej Dobrowolski and(Skowron 1981, 39). The influence of his Kontra-Punkte, Zeitmasse and Grup ...
Haydn... , studying the masters of the Neapolitan school and the orchestral works ofand Mozart. It was the custom at the Conservatory to introduce a promising ...
Gerald Finzi... orrow), and the American Samuel Barber (e.g. 'With rue my heart is laden').repeatedly began settings, though never finished any. Even composers not d ...
Herbie Hancock... ion of sorts with his old Miles Davis band compatriots, pianist/keyboardist, bassist Ron Carter, and tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter. Miles was in th ...
Pino DanieleA good friend of the musician and singer(who wrote most of the soundtracks for his movies), he wrote lyrics for hi ...
Mel Powell... had such notable students as Lukas Foss, Graham George, Norman Dello Joio,, Harold Shapero, Hans Otte, Ruth Schonthal, and Oscar-winning film direct ...
Garrett List... (voices). Since 1966 the group has seen many permutations and has included, Jon Hassell, Alex Dea, and many others, including members of the 60s gro ...
Johannes Kreisler... garded by the composer himself. It was in its pages that the "Kapellmeister" character made his first appearance
Bob Mothersbaugh... he formed with several other former members of Devo including his brother,
Roman PalesterFollowing World War II, some composers, such asand Andrzej Panufnik, fled the country and remained in exile. In the early ...
Terry Plumeri... for being one of the first jazz bassists to play bebop solos with the bow.furthered the development of arco (bowed) solos, achieving horn-like techn ...
Karlheinz Stockhausen... and America, other modernist and postmodernist art music composers such as, Gottfried Michael Koenig, Pierre Henry, Iannis Xenakis, La Monte Young, ...
Van Morrison... nes such as Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece," "4% Pantomime" (with), and "Life Is A Carnival," the last featuring a horn arrangement from Al ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber... r Eliot's death, the book was adapted as the basis of the musical, Cats, by, first produced in London's West End in 1981 and opening on Broadway the ...
Edvard Grieg... hn's Midsummer Night's Dream music, Georges Bizet's L'Arlésienne music, and's music for Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt. Parts of all of these are often per ...
Ayumi Hamasaki... m foreign music, today the most powerful singers and bands in the genre are, Namie Amuro, Koda Kumi and the new popular DJ Kawasaki knowns in all the ...
William WaltonPortsmouth Point is an overture for orchestra by the English composer. The work was inspired by Rowlandson's print depicting Portsmouth Point. ...
Jimmy Page... a Theremin, in fact the sound is made by an instrument called the Tannerin.of Led Zeppelin used a variation of the theremin (minus the loop) during p ...
Wes Montgomery... of "My Favorite Things", Herbie Hancock's "Watermelon Man" and "Chameleon",'s "Bumpin' on Sunset", and Larry Carlton's "Room 335". An example of vamp ...
John McLaughlin... wer (1975) in the mold of bands such as Chick Corea's Return to Forever and's Mahavishnu Orchestra as well as creative funk master Stevie Wonder. In ...
John Cage... luence of Henry Cowell in San Francisco in the late 1940s, Lou Harrison andbegan composing music for junk (waste) percussion ensembles, scouring junk ...
Keith Levene... could join the new band Jones was organising. Soon Jones, Simonon on bass,on guitar and "whoever we could find really to play the drums" were rehear ...
Horace Silver... ooks, and improvisations were often less complex than in other jazz styles.had a large influence on the soul jazz style, with songs that used funky a ...
Henry VIII... wings in a square surrounding a central courtyard. The palace was seized bywith other church properties
Leopold I, Holy Roman EmperorJohn married Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, daughter of, his first cousin, in 1708. From that marriage were born six children, th ...
Sami SirviöTwo of the band's four members (Markus Mustonen and) are Sweden Finns
Dave Stewart... ber 18. The album was recorded in the house and garden of Eurythmics member. The "Wilburys" joke was extended further, with the band members credited ...
Alan Rawsthorne... ition had an illustration of the author on the cover. In 1954, the composerset six of the poems for speaker and orchestra, in a work entitled Practic ...
Marc Shaiman... singing debut in the 2001 film Get Over It, performing two songs written by. She also lent her voice to the end credits of The Cat's Meow, singing He ...
Johnny Mercer... r discussed "That Old Black Magic" which was just emerging as a new song byand Harold Arlen. Miller told Tormé to pick up every song by Mercer and st ...
Malcolm Clarke... p making way for a new generation of musicians in the early 1970s including, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb and Peter Howell. From the early days of a s ...
Jeff Blue... other band to sing in. After nearly quitting his musical career altogether,, the vice president of A&R at Zomba Music in Los Angeles, offered Benning ...
Tadeusz Baird... additional popularity for the Polish Composers' School. Composers included, Boguslaw Schaeffer, Włodzimierz Kotoński, Witold Szalonek, Krzysztof Pen ...
Herbie Hancock... oltrane, Kenny Burrell, and Grant Green's versions of "My Favorite Things",'s "Watermelon Man" and "Chameleon", Wes Montgomery's "Bumpin' on Sunset", ...
Harry Revel... o popular music from the end of the 1940s (with a series of Samuel Hoffman/collaborations) and this continued, with varying popularity, to the presen ...
Franz Liszt... erite (1855), Arrigo Boito's Mefistofele (1868), Klaus Mann's Mephisto, and's Mephisto Waltzes
Franz Liszt... e Oberon (as George Sand), Paul Muni (as Józef Elsner), Stephen Bekassy (as), and Nina Foch
Don Brewer... aka The Fabulous Pack) (1967–1968), before forming Grand Funk Railroad with(drums) and Mel Schacher (bass guitar) in 1969. Craig Frost (keyboards) jo ...
Mick Jones... ame time as The Clash were there to record London Calling, Joe Strummer andmade an uncredited vocal appearance on the title track. Fans and critics w ...
Giacomo Puccini... to having his works adapted was also an issue; he had famously turned downwhen the great composer wished to transform Liliom into an opera, stating ...
Georges Bizet... ubert's Rosamunde music, Felix Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream music,'s L'Arlésienne music, and Edvard Grieg's music for Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gy ...
Christoph Willibald Gluck... Gluck, a story about a man who meets, or believes he has met, the composer(1714–87) more than twenty years after the latter's death. The theme allud ...
Tim StaffellBrian May formed the band Smile in 1968. The group includedas singer and bassist, and later, drummer Roger Taylor, who also went on t ...
Kate Bush... le, Patti Austin, Nina Simone, Maureen McGovern, John Fahey, The Residents,, Sublime, Sting, and Liquid Tension Experiment
Al Sherman... the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" with words and music by Al Lewis and, plus "A New Kind of Love" (or "The Nightingales"). He collaborated with ...
Maynard James Keenan... f-titled album in 1995, with a guest appearance from former Tool band-mate,
Felix Mendelssohn... ding Ludwig van Beethoven's Egmont music, Franz Schubert's Rosamunde music,'s Midsummer Night's Dream music, Georges Bizet's L'Arlésienne music, and ...
Craig Frost... nk Railroad with Don Brewer (drums) and Mel Schacher (bass guitar) in 1969.(keyboards) joined the band in 1973. Farner has Cherokee ancestry deriving ...
Pierre Schaeffer... rake drums, flower pots, gongs, and more. In Europe, during the late 1940s,coined the term musique concrète to refer to the peculiar nature of sounds ...
Terry Riley... ohn Cale and Tony Conrad, a former Harvard mathematics major, and sometimes(voices). Since 1966 the group has seen many permutations and has included ...
Wayne Shorter... anist/keyboardist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and tenor saxophonist. Miles was in the midst of a six-year hiatus and was replaced by Freddie ...
Felix Mendelssohn... January 2005, under the leadership of Dr. Eric Conway, the choir performed’s Symphony #2, “Lobgesang,” with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, as wel ...
Thalía... d Shakira, Don Francisco, the former members of Menudo, Selena, Celia Cruz,, Julio Iglesias, Alejandro Fernández, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Sussan T ...
Sheila Walsh... tones, and Lyrix. While Norman received production credits for two songs on's first album Future Eyes, he remixed several songs that were already rec ...
Ennio Morricone... min as a replacement for Edda Dell'Orso's vocals in their interpretation of's "Once Upon a Time in the West"
Elton John... hit on the UK Singles Chart, a remake of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with, which went to number seven. It was around this time that RuPaul co-hoste ...
Ziggy Marley... consider himself to be an activist for that cause. Harrelson was a guest on's track "Wild And Free," a song advocating the growing of cannabis. Since ...
Bob Dylan... n the Mesabi Range in Hibbing; Robert Allen Zimmerman, later to be known as, was raised in Hibbing. His song "North Country Blues" is about the decli ...
Dolly Parton... the 1980s: "Lady" by Kenny Rogers, from the late fall of 1980; "9 to 5" by, "I Love a Rainy Night" by Eddie Rabbitt (these two back-to-back at the t ...
Har Mar Superstar... a number of high-profile guest appearances from Fab Moretti of The Strokes,, Yo Majesty, Spank Rock, Cate Le Bon and The Magic Numbers. The first sin ...
Ornette Coleman... clear, vocal bowed tone, while Charlie Haden, best known for his work with, defined the role of the bass in Free Jazz
Ian Venables... Ludlow Fair'), Graham Peel (a famous version of 'In Summertime on Bredon'),(Songs of Eternity and Sorrow), and the American Samuel Barber (e.g. 'With ...
Larry Carlton... "Watermelon Man" and "Chameleon", Wes Montgomery's "Bumpin' on Sunset", and's "Room 335". An example of vamp use in rock music is the ballad section ...
Robert Burns... the supernatural associated with the night, "Bogies" (ghosts), influencing' Halloween 1785. Elements of the autumn season, such as pumpkins, corn hu ...
Hans Otte... s Lukas Foss, Graham George, Norman Dello Joio, Mel Powell, Harold Shapero,, Ruth Schonthal, and Oscar-winning film director George Roy Hill. During ...
Kenny Burrell... s to "Breezin'". The following songs are dominated by vamps: John Coltrane,, and Grant Green's versions of "My Favorite Things", Herbie Hancock's "Wa ...
Dmitri ShostakovichThe Russianwas one of the first composers to include parts for the theremin in orches ...
Velton Ray Bunch... fifth season. Scores for the episodes were composed by Post (36 episodes),(24 episodes), and Jerry Grant (10 episodes)
Prince... s composed by and performed by Gere. Julia Roberts sings the song "Kiss" bywhile Richard Gere's character is on the phone. Background music is compos ...
Karol Szymanowski... most promiment composers were Władysław Zeleński and Mieczysław Karłowicz.gained prominence prior to World War II. Józef Koffler was the first Polis ...
Bob Dylan... y the Barratt Band, recorded songs for Before and After, a tribute album ofcovers scheduled to be released in 1982 to celebrate the 20th anniversary ...
Tommy Keene... arshall Crenshaw, Del Amitri, Enuff Z'nuff, The Smithereens, Matthew Sweet,, Redd Kross, Material Issue and The Posies drew inspiration from Big Star ...
Alexander Brandon... d changes in Unreal. The Unreal soundtrack was written by MOD music authorsand Michiel van den Bos with a few selected tracks by Dan Gardopée and And ...
Stephen Sondheim... e Frogs, later updated to a modern version by Burt Shevelove (libretto) and(music and lyrics) ("The time is the present. The place is ancient Greece. ...
Bob DylanIn the 1960s, Japanese bands imitated The Beatles,and the Rolling Stones, along with other Appalachian folk music, psychedel ...
John Entwistle... ingo Starr's Allstars from 1994 to 1995, which also featured Randy Bachman,, Felix Cavaliere, Billy Preston, and Starr's son, Zak Starkey
Brian EasdaleTwo songs written by composerwere used in the film, "Dolores' Song" and "Rio de la Plata". Both were ac ...
Richard Wagner... June 1897 – 5 March 1980) was an English woman married to Siegfried Wagner,'s son. She was the effective head of the Wagner family from 1930 to 1945, ...
John SimonThese first two records were produced by, who was practically a group member: he aided in arrangements, and played ...
Harold Arlen... Old Black Magic" which was just emerging as a new song by Johnny Mercer and. Miller told Tormé to pick up every song by Mercer and study it and to be ...
Thorsten Brötzmann... sed their debut album, Elle'ments. Involving production by German producers, Leslie Mandoki, and Peter Ries, Elle'ments also entered the Austrian, Ge ...
Franz Schubert... ith the more famous examples including Ludwig van Beethoven's Egmont music,'s Rosamunde music, Felix Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream music, Geo ...
Henry VIII... s succeeded by the Scottish monarch James VI, who was the great-grandson of's older sister and hence Elizabeth's first cousin twice removed. James VI ...
Roger Limb... of musicians in the early 1970s including Malcolm Clarke, Paddy Kingsland,and Peter Howell. From the early days of a studio full of tape reels and e ...
Lennox Berkeley... not directly associated with the 'pastoral' tradition, such as Arnold Bax,and Arthur Bliss, were attracted to Housman's poetry. A 1976 catalogue lis ...
Maurice JarreJarre has a half-sister Stéphanie Jarre, from's other marriages. His half-brother, Kevin Jarre, died in 2011. Although ...
Duke Ellington... songs originally recorded by artists like Sarah Vaughan, Glenn Miller, and(from whom the album mainly got its inspiration). Session guitarist Bruce ...
Mike PostThe theme for the series was written by. The theme was re-arranged for the fifth season. Scores for the episodes ...
John Coltrane... the solo changes to "Breezin'". The following songs are dominated by vamps:, Kenny Burrell, and Grant Green's versions of "My Favorite Things", Herbi ...
Randy Bachman... r toured with Ringo Starr's Allstars from 1994 to 1995, which also featured, John Entwistle, Felix Cavaliere, Billy Preston, and Starr's son, Zak Sta ...
Allan Holdsworth... " featuring bassist Tony Newton, pianist Alan Pasqua, and English guitarist, which recorded two albums for Columbia Records, Believe It and Million D ...
Franz Berwald... became her patron, enabling her to have vocal training. She was a pupil offor two years
Matthew Sweet... etones, p. 58 Marshall Crenshaw, Del Amitri, Enuff Z'nuff, The Smithereens,, Tommy Keene, Redd Kross, Material Issue and The Posies drew inspiration ...
Michiel van den Bos... he Unreal soundtrack was written by MOD music authors Alexander Brandon andwith a few selected tracks by Dan Gardopée and Andrew Sega. Alexander Bran ...
Jack Teagarden... blin'", and "Valentine Stomp" (1929). After sessions with Ted Lewis (1930),(1931), and Billy Banks's Rhythmakers (1932), he began in May 1934 the vol ...
Karl Klindworth... y a distant German relative of her mother, Henrietta Karop, and her husband, a musician and a friend of Richard Wagner
Peter Criss... ethod Man, Luke Perry, Master P, Treach, LL Cool J, Rick Fox, Dana Ivey andhave made appearances on the show
Alessandro Poglietti... roberger served as court organist in Vienna until 1657 and was succeeded by. Georg Muffat lived in the city for some time, and, most importantly, Joh ...
Arthur Bliss... ated with the 'pastoral' tradition, such as Arnold Bax, Lennox Berkeley and, were attracted to Housman's poetry. A 1976 catalogue listed 400 musical ...
Billy Preston... o 1995, which also featured Randy Bachman, John Entwistle, Felix Cavaliere,, and Starr's son, Zak Starkey
John Cale... s MacLise, and Billy Name. In 1964 the ensemble comprised Young and Zazeela;and Tony Conrad, a former Harvard mathematics major, and sometimes Terry ...
Peter Howell... n the early 1970s including Malcolm Clarke, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb and. From the early days of a studio full of tape reels and electronic oscill ...
Dominic Muldowney... milton as "Gwendolen" and Emma Fielding as "Cecily", with music composed by. The production was released on audio cassette by the BBC Radio Collectio ...
Missy Elliott... (2000), Aaliyah postponed the recording of the album. Artists Timbaland and, who were both major contributors on previous album One in a Million, wer ...
Grant Green... e following songs are dominated by vamps: John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, and's versions of "My Favorite Things", Herbie Hancock's "Watermelon Man" and ...
Mike Post# Prologue (Saga Sell) – Music by/Velton Ray Bunch, narrated by Deborah Pratt (1:05
Ludwig van Beethoven... incidental music for various plays, with the more famous examples including's Egmont music, Franz Schubert's Rosamunde music, Felix Mendelssohn's Mid ...
Velton Ray Bunch# Prologue (Saga Sell) – Music by Mike Post/, narrated by Deborah Pratt (1:05
Jeff Lynne... re an English–American supergroup consisting of Bob Dylan, George Harrison,, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty, accompanied by drummer Jim Keltner. The band ...
Kurt Weill... ad recently emigrated to the United States, had declined another offer fromto adapt the play into a musical
Mieczysław Karłowicz... and 20th centuries the most promiment composers were Władysław Zeleński and. Karol Szymanowski gained prominence prior to World War II. Józef Koffler ...
Iannis Xenakis... sers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Gottfried Michael Koenig, Pierre Henry,, La Monte Young, and David Tudor, composed significant electronic, vocal, ...
Peter Ries... ving production by German producers Thorsten Brötzmann, Leslie Mandoki, and, Elle'ments also entered the Austrian, German and Swiss Albums Chart at n ...
Johann Kaspar Kerll... ietti. Georg Muffat lived in the city for some time, and, most importantly,moved to Vienna in 1673. While there, he may have known or even taught Pac ...
George BensonExamples include the outros to's "Body Talk" and "Plum", and the solo changes to "Breezin'". The followi ...
Ofer Ben-Amots... appearances at Carnegie Hall, Stephen Scott, a neo-classical composer, and, an Israeli composer. Filmmaker Marc Webb (class of 1995) was nominated f ...
Ervin NyíregyháziThe hands of pianistare shown playing the piano
Carl Davis... ow's 1980 restoration of Abel Gance's Napoléon (1927), featuring a score by. Brownlow's restoration was later distributed in America re-edited and sh ...
David Cope(1997) suggests the concept of interval strength, in which an interval's s ...
Mozart... the masters of the Neapolitan school and the orchestral works of Haydn and. It was the custom at the Conservatory to introduce a promising student t ...
Arnold Bax... en composers not directly associated with the 'pastoral' tradition, such as, Lennox Berkeley and Arthur Bliss, were attracted to Housman's poetry. A ...
Carmine Coppola... arr, Hoyt Axton, and the Arabian horse Cass Ole. The film features music by, the father of Hollywood producer Francis Ford Coppola, who was the execu ...
Peter Doherty... e Filisko, Miles Ryan and others are keeping the harmonica tradition alive.of The Libertines and Babyshambles has also been known to use a harmonica ...
Gottfried Michael Koenig... ernist and postmodernist art music composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen,, Pierre Henry, Iannis Xenakis, La Monte Young, and David Tudor, composed ...
Wynton Marsalis... hestra in a then-newly commissioned work for the millennium, “All Rise,” by. The Choir reprised “All Rise” in Prague, in October 2000 and recorded it ...
Nina Simone... , Julie Andrews, Barbra Streisand, Marni Nixon, Natalie Cole, Patti Austin,, Maureen McGovern, John Fahey, The Residents, Kate Bush, Sublime, Sting, ...
Eminem... es in its first week, but did not surpass the sales from The Eminem Show byand came at number two on Billboard. The band blamed Internet piracy for t ...
Stephen Scott... entatives include Susan Grace, a pianist with appearances at Carnegie Hall,, a neo-classical composer, and Ofer Ben-Amots, an Israeli composer. Filmm ...
Miles DavisIn mid-1976, Williams was a part of a reunion of sorts with his oldband compatriots, pianist/keyboardist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, ...
Cozy Powell... yer Neil Murray with Mel Galley from Trapeze, bassist Colin Hodgkinson, andas the new drummer. Saints & Sinners was another Top 10 UK album and conta ...
Howard Blake... , and Maggie Smith), Johnson requested assistance from his keyboard player,, who scored some of the episodes of the final season, as well as addition ...
Paul Shaffer... aitsch handled the guitar work, and the album featured guest appearances byof "David Letterman" fame, and Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry
Bob Dylan... hortened to the Wilburys) were an English–American supergroup consisting of, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty, accompanied by d ...
Johnny CashAustin got her start in music opening forin Australia at the age of 14. She later moved to the United States where ...
Miles DavisThe music from's modal period (c.1958-63) was based on improvising songs with a small nu ...
Leonard Nimoy"Exquisite chemistry" among Kelley, William Shatner andmanifested itself in their performances as McCoy, Captain James T. Kirk an ...
José Enrique Pedreira... rs including Afro-Caribbean dancer and choreographer Sylvia del Villard andwho became a renowned composer of Puerto Rican Danzas. International music ...
Selena Gomez... iley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Taylor Lautner, One Direction, Big Time Rush and. Many American teen idols achieve "cross-over" success internationally, h ...
Pierre Henry... rt music composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Gottfried Michael Koenig,, Iannis Xenakis, La Monte Young, and David Tudor, composed significant el ...
Siegfried Wagner... nifred Wagner (23 June 1897 – 5 March 1980) was an English woman married to, Richard Wagner's son. She was the effective head of the Wagner family fr ...
Lalo Schifrin... " cue from the musical score from the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke, composed by, as the theme music. The score included a telegraphic-like melody appropr ...
Neil Peart... these songs feel like a faster tempo than anything we’ve ever done before."of the Canadian rock band Rush plays drums on three songs on the album, "S ...
Mike Shinoda... sful audition with Linkin Park, who were then called "Xero". Bennington and, the band’s other vocalist, made significant progress together, but faile ...
Jimmy Dorsey... ith Carmichael doing the vocal, Eddie Lang on guitar, Joe Venuti on violin,on clarinet and alto saxophone, Jack Teagarden on trombone, and Bud Freema ...
Zygmunt Mycielski... the Association of Young Polish Musicians; these included Grażyna Bacewicz,, Michał Spisak and Tadeusz Szeligowski
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David Shire... d to pursue another disco movie project, which never materialized. Composer, who scored the film, had to in turn write a song to match the dance step ...
Georg Muffat... rt organist in Vienna until 1657 and was succeeded by Alessandro Poglietti.lived in the city for some time, and, most importantly, Johann Kaspar Kerl ...
Józef Koffler... ysław Karłowicz. Karol Szymanowski gained prominence prior to World War II.was the first Polish twelve-tone composer (dodecaphonist)
David Byrne... evision series Big Love. Mark Mothersbaugh was replaced after one season byof Talking Heads. Mark Mothersbaugh also composed the theme music for the ...
Jim Dale... uch as Humphrey Lyttelton, the Vipers Skiffle Group, the pianist Mrs Mills,, Keith Kelly, Peter Sellers, Bernard Cribbins, the Temperance Seven, Laur ...
Miles Davis... who pioneered the instrument's use in bebop. Paul Chambers (who worked withon the famous Kind of Blue album) achieved renown for being one of the fir ...
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Kylie Minogue... Not Ashamed, Step Up to the Microphone, Devotion, and more. Then soap starbegan her music career in the late 1980s and released The Loco-Motion whic ...
Bruce Gaitsch... lington (from whom the album mainly got its inspiration). Session guitaristhandled the guitar work, and the album featured guest appearances by Paul ...
Freddie Mercury... lation passed and not passed during the decade. Many celebrities, includingand Andy Warhol, also "came out" during this decade, bringing gay culture ...
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Wolfgang Rihm... his pivotal work Contra tempus of 1968 (Schönberger 2001). German composer, who studied with Stockhausen, was influenced by Momente, Hymnen, and Ino ...
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King Diamond... ist James MacDonough of Iced Earth and guitarist Glen Drover of Eidolon and. While in rehearsal for the tour, drummer Nick Menza parted ways with the ...
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Dan Gardopée... ors Alexander Brandon and Michiel van den Bos with a few selected tracks byand Andrew Sega. Alexander Brandon and Michiel van den Bos were also respo ...
Vincenzo Bellini... as an affecting device in the new Romantic operas of Gaetano Donizetti and. A host of young Italian tenors—including the renowned Giovanni Mario (18 ...
Eric Dolphy... tuff, Sam River's Fuchsia Swing Song, Andrew Hill's Point of Departure, and's Out to Lunch. His first album as a leader, 1964's Life Time, was also i ...
Giorgio Moroder... 984, a restoration of Metropolis (1927) with new score by producer-composerwas another turning point in modern-day interest in silent films. Although ...
Ernst TochIn 1930 Paul Hindemith andrecycled records to create sound montages and in 1936 Edgard Varese experi ...
Mack SennettIn late 1914 Essanay succeeded in hiring Charlie Chaplin away from's Keystone Studios, offering Chaplin a higher salary and his own producti ...
Ivor Gurney... h's death on the Somme in 1916 was considered a great loss to English music;, another most important setter of Housman (Ludlow and Teme, a work for v ...
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Juliusz Zarębski... Stanisław Moniuszko. Famous soloists and composers were Henryk Wieniawski,. At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries the most promiment composers ...
Crystal Gayle... th country and pop charts simultaneously, well into the 1980s. Artists like, Ronnie Milsap and Barbara Mandrell would also find success on the pop ch ...
Esa-Pekka Salonen... satisfactory, other conductors including Kurt Sanderling, Simon Rattle, and, fared better at the box office. Previn clashed frequently with Fleischma ...
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Siegfried Wagner... y business, with the leadership to be passed from Richard Wagner to his son, but Siegfried, who was secretly homosexual, showed little interest in ma ...
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Andy Razaf... over 400 new songs, many of which co-written with his closest collaborator. Razaf described his partner as "the soul of melody... a man who made the ...
Miklós Rózsa... lbound, The Red House, The Lost Weekend (all three of which were written by, the composer who pioneered the use of the instrument in Hollywood scores ...
Paul ArmaIn 1932, Bauhaus artists László Moholy-Nagy, Oskar Fischinger andexperiment with modifying the physical contents of record grooves
Carl Orff... rana and made famous as texts of a composition by the 20th century composer. Satirical poetry is believed to have been popular, although little has s ...
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Lukas Foss... e taught primarily at Yale University where he had such notable students as, Graham George, Norman Dello Joio, Mel Powell, Harold Shapero, Hans Otte, ...
Gary Moore... itar on the song "She's My Baby" (on Volume 3) was played by rock guitarist
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Brian Ferneyhough... 8; Cross 2001; Hall 1984, 3 and 7–8; Hall 1998, 99 and 108; Pace 1996, 27).says that, although the "technical and speculative innovations" of Klavier ...
Fred Rogers... int Vincent College, and golfer Arnold Palmer. It was the childhood home of, children's television personality. He was also buried there in Unity Cem ...
Brian Hodgson... began to attract some significant young talent including Delia Derbyshire,and John Baker, who was in fact a jazz pianist with an interest in reverse ...
Teo Macero... t fusion album. Composed of two side-long suites edited heavily by producer, this quiet, static album would be equally influential upon the developme ...
Tim Finn... ralia. Of these, perhaps the most successful has been Split Enz, founded byand Phil Judd in the early 1970s. The addition of Tim's younger brother Ne ...
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Ron Grainer... ophonic Workshop history came in 1963 when they were approached by composerto record a theme tune for the upcoming BBC television series Doctor Who. ...
Lou HarrisonUnder the influence of Henry Cowell in San Francisco in the late 1940s,and John Cage began composing music for junk (waste) percussion ensembles, ...
James P. JohnsonHe was the prize pupil, and later friend and colleague, of stride pianist. Fats Waller was the son of a preacher and learned to play the organ in c ...
Colin Brumby... , Bernhard Alt, Norman Ludwin, Frank Proto, Joseph Lauber, Erich Hartmann,, Miloslav Gajdos and Theodore Albin Findeisen. Bertold Hummel wrote a Sin ...
Jason Schwartzman... e We Belong" and she sang two tracks—"This Old Machine" and "Summer Day"—on's 2007 solo album Nighttiming. In an interview with The Advertiser, Dunst ...
James Brown... t music. As Davis recalls: "The music I was really listening to in 1968 was, the great guitar player Jimi Hendrix, and a new group who had just come ...
Jon Anderson... score, which included pop songs by Freddy Mercury of Queen, Pat Benatar andof Yes was controversial, the door had been opened for a new approach to p ...
Leonard Nimoy... nclude Herschel Bernardi (in the original Broadway run), Theodore Bikel and. Mostel's understudy in the original production, Paul Lipson, went on to ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... hy development of the body. Along these lines, the noted German philosopherspoke of the positive physiological effects of abstinence: "The reabsorpti ...
Woody Guthrie... ashi was the first who became widely recognized. Wataru Takada, inspired by, also became popular.. They both were influenced by American folk music b ...
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Jud Strunk... n featured future Match Game panelist Patti Deutsch, folksy singer-comedian, and ventriloquist act Willie Tyler and Lester. Deutsch, Strunk, and Tyle ...
Randy Stonehill... on to his own recordings, Norman produced music on his Solid Rock label for, Mark Heard, Tom Howard, Pantano/Salsbury, David Edwards, and Salvation A ...
John Bonham... rock acts, including the deaths of Bon Scott, the lead singer of AC/DC, and, drummer with Led Zeppelin. Zeppelin broke up almost immediately, but AC/ ...
Robert Erickson... t the University of California, Berkeley, studying with Seymour Shifrin and. He was involved in the experimental San Francisco Tape Music Center work ...
Oscar Levant... le Rose", "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Squeeze Me". Fellow pianist and composerdubbed Waller "the black Horowitz". Waller composed many novelty swing tun ...
Anthony Braxton'sMuch of the multi-instrumentalistmusic could be classified as free jazz. His Ghost Trance Music, which intr ...
Charlie Parker... z genius can be traced back at least as far as Beiderbecke, and lived on in, Billie Holiday, and many more
Bertold Hummel... Erich Hartmann, Colin Brumby, Miloslav Gajdos and Theodore Albin Findeisen.wrote a Sinfonia piccola for eight double basses. Larger ensemble works in ...
Valentino Fioravanti... igy from a highly musical family and legend has it he could sing an aria ofat eighteen months. He began studying music theory at two, the piano at th ...
Jackie McLean... ng professionally at the age of 13 with saxophonist Sam Rivers. Saxophonisthired Williams at 16. At 17 Williams found considerable fame with Miles Da ...
Fabolous... . Similes and metaphors are used extensively in rap lyrics; rappers such asand Lloyd Banks have written entire songs in which every line contains sim ...
Bon Scott... sonnel and direction of established hard rock acts, including the deaths of, the lead singer of AC/DC, and John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin. Ze ...
George Gershwin... made a huge impression in the operetta Dédé. He met the American composersand Irving Berlin and brought Dédé to Broadway in 1922. The same year he m ...
Chris Squire... ss sound was recognized by the aggressive picked tone he developed with hisSignature Rickenbacker 4001CS, which can clearly be heard on Tool's first ...
Giacomo Carissimi... Kerll. Since the latter was greatly influenced by Italian composers such as, it is likely through Prentz that Pachelbel started developing an interes ...
Tori AmosOne of Gaiman's most commented-upon friendships is with the musician, a Sandman fan who became friends with Gaiman after making a reference to ...
Nobuo Uematsu... lly in concert halls throughout Japan. Early Dragon Quest concerts inspired's Final Fantasy compositions
Jimi Hendrix... instruments and the highly amplified stage sound of rock musicians such as. All Music Guide states that "..until around 1967, the worlds of jazz and ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... into the modern era. In The Birth of Tragedy (1872), the German philosophercontrasted Dionysus with the god Apollo as a symbol of the fundamental, un ...
André PrevinFleischmann then turned towith the hopes that his conducting credentials and time spent at Hollywood ...
Carly Simon... lling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, The Carpenters, Elton John,, Carole King, James Taylor, John Denver, The Eagles, America, Chicago, Th ...
Norman Dello Joio... University where he had such notable students as Lukas Foss, Graham George,, Mel Powell, Harold Shapero, Hans Otte, Ruth Schonthal, and Oscar-winning ...
Richard O'Brien... orld of popular music is the enduring Rocky Horror Show musical, written by, and first performed on stage in London during 1973
Igor Stravinsky... Zeitmasse and Gruppen may be seen in the work of many composers, including's Threni (1957–58) and Movements for piano and orchestra (1958–59) and ot ...
Jeff Bridges... Andrew Parks and composer Garrett Parks. He was also the godfather to actor
Herbie Hancock... Tormé, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sam Cooke, Diana Ross, Miles Davis,, Hiromi Uehara, Madonna, Judy Garland, Julie Andrews, Barbra Streisand, M ...
Irving Berlin... ion in the operetta Dédé. He met the American composers George Gershwin andand brought Dédé to Broadway in 1922. The same year he met Yvonne Vallée, ...
Delia Derbyshire... h its descriptions of "sweeps", "swoops", "wind clouds" and "wind bubbles",created a piece of musique concrète which has become one of television's m ...
Benny AnderssonHer next solo album in Swedish, was Frida ensam (Frida Alone), produced by. By now, she was already involved in ABBA. This album includes her succes ...
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Miles Davis... ie McLean hired Williams at 16. At 17 Williams found considerable fame with, joining a group that was later dubbed Davis's Second Great Quintet. Will ...
C. Rajagopalachari... ence of new generation of Indians from within the Congress Party, including, Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhbhai Patel, Subhash Chandra Bose and others- wh ...
Mark Heard... ordings, Norman produced music on his Solid Rock label for Randy Stonehill,, Tom Howard, Pantano/Salsbury, David Edwards, and Salvation Air Force. No ...
John Sykes... change saw the touring band replace Moody with former Thin Lizzy guitarist, plus the return of bassist Neil Murray in place of Hodgkinson, producer ...
Chick Corea... funk fusion ensemble called Mind Power (1975) in the mold of bands such as's Return to Forever and John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra as well as ...
Graham George... marily at Yale University where he had such notable students as Lukas Foss,, Norman Dello Joio, Mel Powell, Harold Shapero, Hans Otte, Ruth Schonthal ...
Galina Ustvolskaya... e a Sinfonia piccola for eight double basses. Larger ensemble works include's Composition No. 2, "Dies Irae" (1973), for eight double basses, piano, ...
John Cage... n Young visited Darmstadt in 1959, he encountered the music and writings of. There he also met Cage's collaborator, pianist David Tudor, who subseque ...
Carl Davis... rk Wilson and Jim Riggs. Orchestral conductors such as Gillian B. Anderson,, Carl Daehler, and Robert Israel have written and compiled scores for num ...
Jerome Kern... material for musicals and films, sharing an Academy Award for his song with, "The Last Time I Saw Paris", which was included in the 1941 film Lady Be ...
Sam Rivers... rly age, and began playing professionally at the age of 13 with saxophonist. Saxophonist Jackie McLean hired Williams at 16. At 17 Williams found con ...
Johann Kaspar Kerll... de the Gymnasium. His teacher was Kaspar (Caspar) Prentz, once a student of. Since the latter was greatly influenced by Italian composers such as Gia ...
Hanns Eisler... Queneau in Le Chant du styrène); with musicians (Darius Milhaud in Gauguin,in Nuit et Brouillard, Pierre Barbaud in Le Chant du styrène); and with ot ...
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Nick Lowe... and Big Star. Singles from such groups, such as The Records' "Starry Eyes",'s "Cruel to be Kind" and Bram Tchaikovsky's "Girl of My Dreams", rivaled ...
Miles Davis... Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sam Cooke, Diana Ross,, Herbie Hancock, Hiromi Uehara, Madonna, Judy Garland, Julie Andrews, Bar ...
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Jerry Lee Lewis... illie Holiday, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, the Supremes, the Commodores,and even Michael Jackson, are funky influences on the music. One of the mo ...
Joe Maneri... pioneers included Charles Mingus, Eric Dolphy, Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp,and Sun Ra. Although today "free jazz" is the generally-used term, many ot ...
Rob HirstIn 1971, drummer, bass guitarist Andrew James, and keyboard player/lead guitarist Jim Mogi ...
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Keith Green... remony held at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, along with Elvis Presley,, Kurt Kaiser, Doris Akers, The Rambos, Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters, a ...
Usher... ian Grazer producing and Jez and John-Henry Butterworth writing the script.and are interested in being in the project
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Elton John... record of his early songs with such figures as Rory Gallagher, Ringo Starr,and Brian May called Putting on the Style. A follow-up album featuring Alb ...
Richard Wagner... oal illustration Gastmahl in Walhalla (mit einziehenden Einheriern) (1880),'s depiction of Valhalla in his opera cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen (1848– ...
Stephen Stills... . was bruised for a time when in March 1979, during a drunken argument withand Bonnie Bramlett in a Columbus, Ohio Holiday Inn bar, the singer referr ...
John McLaughlin... world music, avant garde classical music, and rock and pop music. Guitarist's Mahavishnu Orchestra played a mix of rock and jazz infused with East In ...
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Paul Simonon... oe Strummer (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Mick Jones (lead guitar, vocals),(bass guitar, vocals) and Nicky "Topper" Headon (drums, percussion). Heado ...
Sun Ra... ded Charles Mingus, Eric Dolphy, Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp, Joe Maneri and. Although today "free jazz" is the generally-used term, many other terms ...
Eddie Jobson... 1980 using Maison Rouge Mobile and Maison Rouge Studios in Fulham, London.guested on the album, playing keyboards and electric violin. The album was ...
Dick MillsIn 1958, Desmond Briscoe was appointed the Senior Studio Manager withemployed as a technical assistant. Much of The Radiophonic Workshop's earl ...
Matthew Hindson... tin Wesley-Smith, Georges Lentz, Richard Mills, Ross Edwards, Stephen Leek,and Constantine Koukias have embodied the pinnacle of established Australi ...
Girolamo Dalla Casa... e payroll in 1732. The first two ensemble directors - maestro di concerti -(1568–1601) and Giovanni Bassano (1601–1617) - were cornett players and th ...
Michael Jackson... nklin, Otis Redding, the Supremes, the Commodores, Jerry Lee Lewis and even, are funky influences on the music. One of the most influential tracks in ...
Geoff Moore and the Distance... Records, and made a cameo appearance in a music video with Christian artistfor a cover version of his song "Why Should the Devil (Have all the Good M ...
Phil Spector... he Velvet Underground's "melancholy noise" with Beach Boys pop melodies and's "Wall of Sound" production, while New Order emerged from the demise of ...
Brian May... arly songs with such figures as Rory Gallagher, Ringo Starr, Elton John andcalled Putting on the Style. A follow-up album featuring Albert Lee saw Do ...
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Mack Sennett... eared with the troupe authentically. In the This Is Your Life TV tribute toseveral Sennett alumni ran on stage dressed as Keystone Kops
Aretha Franklin... en, Marvin Gaye, Ella Fitzgerald, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Billie Holiday,, Otis Redding, the Supremes, the Commodores, Jerry Lee Lewis and even Mic ...
Lennie Tristano... rdings in jazz are two pieces recorded under the leadership of jazz pianist: "Intuition" and "Digression", both recorded in 1949 with a sextet includ ...
Pierre Boulez... , and Erich Leinsdorf; more recently, others have included Kurt Sanderling,, Leonard Bernstein, Charles Dutoit, Christoph Eschenbach, and Rafael Früh ...
John AdsonThe first English piece scored for trombone is's Courtly Masquing Ayres (1611). Another light collection suitable for in ...
George Gershwin... rchestra Choice. In addition, Rattle's acclaimed complete 1989 recording of's opera Porgy and Bess was used as the soundtrack for the equally acclaim ...
Charlie Parker... ment in bebop, is often traced back to a transcendent moment experienced bywhile performing "Cherokee" at Clark Monroe's Uptown House, New York, in e ...
Buddy GuyOn 21 February 2012, music legends Mick Jagger, B.B. King,and Jeff Beck along with a blues ensemble was invited to perform at the Wh ...
Johnny CashUpon being cast asin Walk the Line after Cash himself approved, Phoenix responded by buying ...
Anthony Holborne... Ayres (1611). Another light collection suitable for including trombones is's Pavans, Galliards, Allmains, and other short Aeirs both Grave and Light ...
Ian Anderson... depression. The only members of Tull to appear on both Stormwatch and A areand Martin Barre. This is also the bassist Dave Pegg's first appearance on ...
Marc Shaiman... performed by Harry Connick, Jr., with a big band and orchestra arranged by. Connick won his first Grammy Award for Best Jazz Male Vocal Performance
Christina Aguilera... pop in the late 1990s. Other Female Teen Pop stars such as Britney Spears,and Jessica Simpson then also became very popular at the end of the decade ...
Sandy Mölling... ll-female pop trio from Germany, consisting of band members Lucy Diakovska,, and Jessica Wahls. Critically acclaimed, the band has won dozen of award ...
Richard Strauss... n be considerably different; at the furthest extreme the Four Last Songs ofare normatively described as "Late Romantic" and were composed in 1946–48. ...
Jeff BeckOn 21 February 2012, music legends Mick Jagger, B.B. King, Buddy Guy andalong with a blues ensemble was invited to perform at the White House conc ...
Richard Mills... na Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges Lentz,, Ross Edwards, Stephen Leek, Matthew Hindson and Constantine Koukias have ...
Leonard Bernstein... nsdorf; more recently, others have included Kurt Sanderling, Pierre Boulez,, Charles Dutoit, Christoph Eschenbach, and Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos
Terence Blanchard... r and Ramsey Lewis. Gang Starr also collaborated with Branford Marsalis and.Groups making up the collective known as the Native Tongues Posse tended ...
Clint Eastwood... Editing and Best Cinematography. Scorsese lost again, this time to directorfor Million Dollar Baby (which also won Best Picture)
Jessica Wahls... from Germany, consisting of band members Lucy Diakovska, Sandy Mölling, and. Critically acclaimed, the band has won dozen of awards and prizes since ...
Woody Guthrie... ms - The Song Lyrics of Ralph McTell towards the end of 2005. Dedicated "to, the man who started it all for me", Time's Poems contains "...all the so ...
John Coltrane... nitz and Warne Marsh influenced his alto saxophone playing style, and latershaped Young's use of the sopranino saxophone. Jazz was, together with Ind ...
Terry Plumeri... table for his dexterity on both the upright bass and the electric bass, and, noted for his horn-like arco fluency and vocal tone. In the 1990s and fi ...
Arnold Schoenberg... n 1930. Although it began as a song cycle (as reflected also by its title),'s Gurre-Lieder (1900–1903/1910–11) evolved into one of the century's larg ...
Carl Perkins... ate shared by some of The Beatles' studio session tapes prior to late 1963.has said that he joined The Beatles in the studio for a late night jam ses ...
Jim Moginie... Rob Hirst, bass guitarist Andrew James, and keyboard player/lead guitaristwere performing together. They adopted the name "Farm" in 1972, and played ...
Marc Ribot... d, and the role of improvisation is correspondingly increased. As guitaristhas remarked, free jazz musicians like Ornette Coleman and Albert Ayler, " ...
Bob Dylan... rie and The Country Blues', featuring his covers of songs by Woody Guthrie,and black American blues artists such as Big Bill Broonzy. He also recorde ...
Gus Edwards... ed them better as comedians than as singers. They modified the then-popularcomedy skit "School Days" and renamed it "Fun In Hi Skule". The Marx Broth ...
Lester Mendez... t hits album, including "Night Is Young", "Girlfriend in the City", and theproduced track, left over from the Loose sessions, "Stars". The album's fi ...
Stevie Wonder... opular, influential rhythm and blues (R&B) artists as multi-instrumentalistand the popular quintet The Jackson 5. A major event in music in the early ...
Paul Chapman... se for Schenker). By the time of the Phenomenon tour, ex-Skid Row guitaristjoined the group, but he left in January 1975 to form Lone Star
Capleton... artists have signed the Act, including Buju Banton, Beenie Man, Sizzla and, but have later denied making any commitment to stop promoting homophobia
Harry Connick, Jr.... tween Reiner and Crystal. The soundtrack consists of standards performed by, with a big band and orchestra arranged by Marc Shaiman. Connick won his ...
Ezra PoundIn 1915,, overseas editor of Poetry magazine, recommended to Harriet Monroe, the m ...
Johann Gottfried Walther... as born near Weimar, and died in the same area. He is known as a student ofand Johann Sebastian Bach
Sir Harrison BirtwistleAmongst British composers,readily acknowledges the influence of Stockhausen's Zeitmaße (especially o ...
Samuel ScheidtWell known pieces from Germany includes's Ludi Musici (1621) and Johann Hermann Schein's Banchetto musicale (1617 ...
Buddy KnoxHappy is the birthplace of Rockabilly musician. Fictional 24 character George Avila was from Happy, Texas
Richard Wagner... her intellectuals. Many of his correspondents became his friends, including, Louis Pasteur, Louis Agassiz, John Greenleaf Whittier, Michel Eugène Che ...
John Denver... od Mac, The Carpenters, Elton John, Carly Simon, Carole King, James Taylor,, The Eagles, America, Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, Paul McCartney and Wi ...
Cecil Taylor... ee jazz movement coalesced around such important (and disparate) figures as, Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman, and John Coltrane, as well as many lesser-known ...
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer... rote a Canzona for eight trombones, published in Raverii's 1608 collection.wrote several sonatas which included trombones. For example, his Sonata à ...
Johann Sebastian Bach... in the same area. He is known as a student of Johann Gottfried Walther and
Linda Thompson... am", composed by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and David Foster, with words bywas performed in the opening ceremony by Céline Dion accompanied by David ...
David Arnold... World Service's signature tune is now a five-note motif created by composer. It is heard across the network in different variations. The World Servic ...
Chick Corea... nge of veterans ranging from McCoy Tyner to fusion gurus Herbie Hancock and, and who has released albums such as 2003's Vertical Vision. Another youn ...
Ornette Coleman... y increased. As guitarist Marc Ribot has remarked, free jazz musicians likeand Albert Ayler, "although they were freeing up certain strictures of beb ...
Chris Potter... Stefon Harris, trumpeters Roy Hargrove and Terence Blanchard, saxophonistsand Joshua Redman and bassist Christian McBride
Diane Warren... ith Ron Nevison and Chas Sanford, and they topped the charts again with the-composed single "Look Away", from the album Chicago 19. The album also yi ...
Jeff Beck... On Queen For An Hour 1989 Interview on BBC Radio 1 May listed Jimi Hendrix,and Eric Clapton as his guitar heroes. In a 1991 interview for Guitar Worl ...
Billy Joel... le-known acts of whom any early footage is now considered precious, such as, Judas Priest with a long haired Rob Halford, Judee Sill, Heart and Lynyr ...
Ali Akbar Khan... e Young discovered Indian music in 1957 on the campus of the UCLA. He cites(sarod) and Chatur Lal (tabla) as particularly significant. The discovery ...
Daphne Oram... of producers and studio managers at the BBC, including Desmond Briscoe and. For some time there had been much interest in producing innovative music ...
Daniel Speer... ata à 7 for two cornetts, two trumpets, three trombones and basso continuo.published a four part sonata in Neu-gebachene Taffel-Schnitz (1685). In 16 ...
Keith Richards... lywood Vampires was also attended by the likes of John Lennon, Ringo Starr,and Ronnie Wood all of whom Moon maintained friendships with. Another of K ...
Igor Stravinsky... e Philharmonic in concerts and/or world premieres of their works, including, William Kraft, John Harbison, Witold Lutosławski, Aaron Copland, Pierre ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber... iammetta (1878), one of Rossetti's last paintings, now in the collection of(model: Marie Spartali Stillman
Beverley Kutner... ohn and Beverley Martyn, his then wife, who had previously recorded solo asand had worked with artists such as Nick Drake and Jimmy Page. Her second ...
Sun Ra... nt coalesced around such important (and disparate) figures as Cecil Taylor,, Ornette Coleman, and John Coltrane, as well as many lesser-known figures ...
Herbie Hancock... performed with a range of veterans ranging from McCoy Tyner to fusion gurusand Chick Corea, and who has released albums such as 2003's Vertical Visio ...
Richard Barrett... 1988) In a short essay describing Stockhausen's influence on his own work,concludes that "Stockhausen remains the composer whose next work I look fo ...
Offenbach... mune), where it is juxtaposed contrapuntally with the famous "Can-can" from's Orpheus in the Underworld
Gary Numan... ve artists Billy Joel and Linda Ronstadt. The release during this period of's album The Pleasure Principle would be the pop chart breakthrough for Sy ...
Céline Dion... ster, with words by Linda Thompson was performed in the opening ceremony byaccompanied by David Foster on the piano, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra a ...
Georges Lentz... eme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith,, Richard Mills, Ross Edwards, Stephen Leek, Matthew Hindson and Constanti ...
M.I.A.... abyshambles, The Futureheads, The Charlatans and The Arctic Monkeys. Beforehad an international hit in 2008 with "Paper Planes", which is built aroun ...
John SimonProduceris cited as a "sixth member" of the Band for producing and playing on Musi ...
Desmond Briscoe... sounds from a group of producers and studio managers at the BBC, includingand Daphne Oram. For some time there had been much interest in producing i ...
Paul RaymondIn July, 1976 the band recruited keyboardist and rhythm guitaristfrom Savoy Brown to make 1977's Lights Out. This album was the pinnacle of ...
Ernst Krenek... bern had begun sketching a Third Cantata by the time he was killed in 1945.also composed two examples: a "scenic cantata", Die Zwingburg, op. 14 (192 ...
Barriemore Barlow... Glascock died soon after the recording of Stormwatch, which caused drummerto leave the band in depression. The only members of Tull to appear on bot ...
Screamin' Jay Hawkins... hich they emerged. They also were influenced to a degree by the Ramones and, who was an influence for their style of theatrical horror-blues
Ornette Coleman... sced around such important (and disparate) figures as Cecil Taylor, Sun Ra,, and John Coltrane, as well as many lesser-known figures such as Joe Mane ...
Don Henley... n states. Other rock stars who featured a country song on their albums wereand Poison
Jimi Hendrix... ovember 2006. On Queen For An Hour 1989 Interview on BBC Radio 1 May listed, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton as his guitar heroes. In a 1991 interview for ...
Tiburtio Massaino... as been suggested was chosen to try and capture some of Castello's success.wrote a Canzona for eight trombones, published in Raverii's 1608 collectio ...
Billie Holiday... l breaks, Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Ella Fitzgerald, Gladys Knight & the Pips,, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, the Supremes, the Commodores, Jerry Lee L ...
Claude Debussy... would appear to be inspired by experiences in Western "serious" music, fromto Arnold Schoenberg, such a scheme cannot be sustained by the evidence fr ...
Antonio Bertali... rother Andrea's Capriccio 'for cornett and trombone or violin and violone'.wrote several trio sonatas for 2 violins, trombone and bass continuo in th ...
Béla Bartók... mes a specific instruction not to use it (in some of the string quartets offor example). Furthermore, some modern classical composers, especially min ...
Doris Akers... uditorium in Nashville, along with Elvis Presley, Keith Green, Kurt Kaiser,, The Rambos, Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters, and Albertina Walker. As No ...
Brett Dean... igel Westlake, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine,, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges Lentz, Richard Mills, Ross Edwards, Stephen ...
Alan Jay Lerner... a High Middle Ages palace. It lends its name to the 1960 musical Camelot byand Frederick Loewe, which is based on T. H. White's literary version of t ...
Elton John... services which are not necessarily martial in nature. The British musician, for example, is a Knight Bachelor, thus entitled to be called Sir Elton. ...
John Harbison... r world premieres of their works, including Igor Stravinsky, William Kraft,, Witold Lutosławski, Aaron Copland, Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky, John Wi ...
Rick JamesIn 1988, Shanté andhad a hit with "Loosey's Rap.
Al GreenAs a musical style built around funk or syncopated rock & roll breaks,, Marvin Gaye, Ella Fitzgerald, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Billie Holiday, ...
Carole King... Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, The Carpenters, Elton John, Carly Simon,, James Taylor, John Denver, The Eagles, America, Chicago, The Doobie Brot ...
Witold Lutosławski... es of their works, including Igor Stravinsky, William Kraft, John Harbison,, Aaron Copland, Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky, John Williams, Jerry Goldsm ...
Rick Wright... and guitarist Pete Townshend, is said to have "an interest in Stockhausen".and Roger Waters of Pink Floyd also acknowledge Stockhausen as an influenc ...
Dario Castello... uthorship is unclear and it is more likely to have been written by Bertali., a wind player at St. Mark's Venice in the early 17th century had two boo ...
Billy Joel... a. 1980 saw brief forays into New Wave-styled music by non-New Wave artistsand Linda Ronstadt. The release during this period of Gary Numan's album T ...
David Tudor... Art in Syracuse. From 1973 to 1980, he studied and performed with composerin the new music group "Rainforest" (later called "Composers Inside Electr ...
McCoy Tyner... cBride (born 1972), who has performed with a range of veterans ranging fromto fusion gurus Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea, and who has released album ...
Verdi's... Gramophone Company's house conductor since 1904; he had made recordings ofErnani and Rigoletto before tackling Tosca with a young and largely unknow ...
Louis Jordan... uring this time. Brown was inspired to become an entertainer after watching, a popular jazz and R&B performer during the 1940s, and Jordan's Tympany ...
Aaron Copland... ncluding Igor Stravinsky, William Kraft, John Harbison, Witold Lutosławski,, Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams ...
Sonny Boy WilliamsonIn 1965, Helm and the band met blues singer and harmonica player. They wanted to record with him, offering to become his backing band, but ...
Tom TykwerThe Wachowskis are collaborating withon Cloud Atlas, an adaptation of David Mitchell's novel of the same name, ...
Marvin Gaye... musical style built around funk or syncopated rock & roll breaks, Al Green,, Ella Fitzgerald, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Billie Holiday, Aretha Frankl ...
Pierre Boulez... travinsky, William Kraft, John Harbison, Witold Lutosławski, Aaron Copland,, Steven Stucky, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams, Thomas Adès, ...
Martin Wesley-Smith... e, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean,, Georges Lentz, Richard Mills, Ross Edwards, Stephen Leek, Matthew Hindso ...
Michael Tait... Bingham Nash from Sixpence None the Richer as Clare, Kevin Max as Ivory andas Buzz
Ronnie Wood... also attended by the likes of John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards andall of whom Moon maintained friendships with. Another of Keith's friends w ...
Dolly Parton... dian film The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom, Furtado lent her vocals for thegospel cover "The Seeker" featured during the credits of the film. Furtado ...
Giovanni Paolo Cima... i Paolo Cima, Andrea Cima, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and Matthias Weckmann., organist of S. Celso wrote the oldest known trio sonata and solo violin ...
Frederick Loewe... alace. It lends its name to the 1960 musical Camelot by Alan Jay Lerner and, which is based on T. H. White's literary version of the legend, The Once ...
Anthony Braxton... ructures are employed, some of them very detailed and complex; the music offurnishes many examples. It would perhaps be best to call this modern or a ...
Justin Hayward... he decade at Pye Records. Among those he worked with during this period was
Claude Debussy... th several nymphs during the morning in a dreamlike monologue. The composerbased on it his symphonic poem (1894)
John Evan... neup of Tull from the band's previous album, Stormwatch. Former keyboardistand organist David Palmer were de facto fired from the group, and former b ...
Joe Strummer... and rockabilly. For most of their recording career, the Clash consisted of(lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Mick Jones (lead guitar, vocals), Paul Simon ...
Arnold Schoenberg... inspired by experiences in Western "serious" music, from Claude Debussy to, such a scheme cannot be sustained by the evidence from a cognitive appro ...
Anton Webern... nor, mixed chorus, and orchestra, with audience participation (1953–55). Of's last three compositions, two are secular cantatas: Cantata No. 1, op. 2 ...
Bill Evans... hestra, an experimental group; Eddie Gomez and George Mraz, who played withand Oscar Peterson, respectively, and are both acknowledged to have furthe ...
Bohuslav MartinůConcert composers who have written for theremin include, Percy Grainger, Christian Wolff, Joseph Schillinger, Moritz Eggert, Irai ...
Aki Nawaz Qureshi... asons. Astbury was joined by Buzz Burrows (guitar), Barry Jepson (bass) and(drums); they performed their first show at the Queen's Hall in their home ...
Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle... (English: "War Song for the Army of the Rhine") was written and composed byin 1792. The French National Convention adopted it as the Republic's anthe ...
Ornette ColemanFree jazz is most strongly associated with the 1950s innovations ofand Cecil Taylor and the later works of saxophonist John Coltrane. Other i ...
Bob Marley... r Tosh, Sly & Robbie, Bill Laswell, Lee Perry, Mad Professor, Roots Radics,and Buju Banton heavily influencing the music. This influence has lessened ...
Helen Deutsch... uppeteer is conducted through the medium of four puppets. The screenplay bywas adapted from "The Man Who Hated People," a short story by Paul Gallico ...
Steven Stucky... iam Kraft, John Harbison, Witold Lutosławski, Aaron Copland, Pierre Boulez,, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams, Thomas Adès, and Esa-Pekka S ...
The Big Bopper... roll in the late 1950s and early 1960s. By 1959, the death of Buddy Holly,and Ritchie Valens in a plane crash, the departure of Elvis for the army, ...
Carl Vine... Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin,, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges Lentz, Richard Mills, Ross Edwa ...
Duke Ellington... , for example, on Bix Beiderbecke's piano playing. And it is also true thatadopted and reinterpreted some harmonic devices in European contemporary m ...
Ginger BakerThe song was recorded in London in 1968, with the assistance ofof Cream, who was one of Clinton's favorite drummers
Gustav Ernesaks... he music of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic's anthem was composed by, and the lyrics were written by Johannes Semper. It and the Karelo-Finnis ...
Little Richard... matching red leather outfits reminiscent of 1950s rock n roll stars such as. Some bands such as The Beat adapted the look of punk rocker contemporari ...
Jon Brion... n Candle days. He finally began recording a new album with only himself andas producers sometime during 2001. The pair had recorded a substantial amo ...
Bernard HerrmannThe latter two films had unconventional soundtracks, both orchestrated by: the screeching strings played in the murder scene in Psycho were unusual ...
Rebecca St. James... by ForeFront artists, including dc Talk; Audio Adrenaline, Grammatrain; and, whose father , David Smallbone, booked and promoted Norman's first conce ...
Andreas HammerschmidtThere are a few vocal works involving trombones in works by. These include Lob- und Danck Lied aus dem 84. Psalm for 9 voices, 5 tpt, ...
Van MorrisonDonegan experienced another late renaissance when in 2000 he appeared on's album The Skiffle Sessions - Live In Belfast 1998, a critically acclaim ...
Slim Dusty... era singers Dame Nellie Melba and Dame Joan Sutherland; country music stars(Australia's biggest selling domestic artist) and John Williamson; solo ar ...
Eric Idle... parody of the show as part of Rutland Weekend Television in 1975, featuringas Harris, is the first known mention of fictional band, Toad The Wet Spro ...
Jake Thackray... ttist Artie Shaw (nominated for a Grierson award); one on singer/songwriter; a BBC Four programme about British experimental music of the 1960s and 7 ...
Chet Atkins... luenced by the popularity of line dancing. This influence was so great thatwas quoted as saying "The music has gotten pretty bad, I think. It's all t ...
Rhys Chatham... onic Youth who took inspiration from the No Wave composers Glenn Branca and(himself a student of LaMonte Young). Marc Masters, in his book on the No ...
Jimmy Page... he Hermit, and ZoSo, the latter of which is derived from the symbol used byfor the album sleeve. ZoSo has subsequently been used as moniker for Jimmy ...
Joseph Schillinger... ten for theremin include Bohuslav Martinů, Percy Grainger, Christian Wolff,, Moritz Eggert, Iraida Yusupova, Jorge Antunes, Vladimir Komarov and Anis ...
Jimi Hendrix... ind "Television", "Sparta" and "Southern Cross". Midnight Oil came from thesong, "Burning of the Midnight Lamp"
Bernard Herrmann... ithout a Cause (1955). In his ten-year collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock,experimented with ideas in Vertigo (1958), Psycho (1960), and The Birds (1 ...
Marianne Faithfull... You", "What Goes On", "Eleanor Rigby", "Etcetera" (a 1968 song intended for), and "The Long and Winding Road"
Irving Berlin... ole was as Cosmo Constantine in the original 1950 Broadway stage version of's Call Me Madam, opposite Ethel Merman (although he is heard singing a so ...
Calixa Lavallée... of Quebec Théodore Robitaille for the 1880 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day ceremony;wrote the music as a setting of a French Canadian patriotic poem composed ...
Cecil Taylor... most strongly associated with the 1950s innovations of Ornette Coleman andand the later works of saxophonist John Coltrane. Other important pioneers ...
Buju Banton... obbie, Bill Laswell, Lee Perry, Mad Professor, Roots Radics, Bob Marley andheavily influencing the music. This influence has lessened with time but i ...
Pauline Julien... r to arrest people without warrant, and 497 people were arrested, including
Bob Dylan... "Jet Airliner" exists in which the word "shit" is faded out. Likewise, thesong "Hurricane" has a line about having no idea "what kind of shit was ab ...
Edward Elgar... n. Norrington caused controversy during the 2008 Proms season by conducting's Enigma Variations, and the Last Night of the Proms, in non-vibrato styl ...
Paul McCartney... of bass has a tea chest as a resonator. Before the Beatles, John Lennon and's band, The Quarrymen, featured a tea-chest bass, as did many young bands ...
Mike AppelSpringsteen and his first managerdecided to record the album at the low-priced, out-of-the-way 914 Sound St ...
Artie Shaw... s of Sound, about the BBC Radiophonic Workshop; a biography of clarinettist(nominated for a Grierson award); one on singer/songwriter Jake Thackray; ...
John Williams... Harbison, Witold Lutosławski, Aaron Copland, Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky,, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams, Thomas Adès, and Esa-Pekka Salonen
Olivia Newton-John... selling domestic artist) and John Williamson; solo artists John Farnham and, folk-rocker Paul Kelly; Dance group The Avalanches; jazz guitarist Tommy ...
Percy GraingerConcert composers who have written for theremin include Bohuslav Martinů,, Christian Wolff, Joseph Schillinger, Moritz Eggert, Iraida Yusupova, Jor ...
Russell Crowe... ol Flynn, Peter Finch, Rod Taylor, Mel Gibson, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman,, Cate Blanchett and Heath Ledger
Vivian Stanshall... ugh his behaviour was outrageous, it was in the humorous vein as his friend, of the Bonzo Dog Band claimed. Moon produced Stanshall's version of Terr ...
Amy Grant... II theme song "Glory of Love", and with "The Next Time I Fall" (a duet with). Two more songs—a 1988 solo hit called "One Good Woman" (No. 4 U.S.) and ...
Charlie Chaplin... liards and watching Hollywood movies, especially those of Buster Keaton and. He also learned rudimentary English skills by reading the Bible and nove ...
Bix Beiderbecke... e approach. Claude Debussy did have some influence on jazz, for example, on's piano playing. And it is also true that Duke Ellington adopted and rein ...
George Martin... ardas often said that the Abbey Road studio was "no good", much to producer's annoyance: "The trouble was that Alex was always coming to the studios ...
Alban BergLulu is an opera by the composer. The libretto was adapted by Berg himself from Frank Wedekind's plays Erd ...
Dieterich Buxtehude... and Herr nun lässestu deinen Diener a 5 for bass, 4 trombones and continuo.specifies trombones in a few sacred concertos using style derived from pol ...
Big Mama Thornton... roll version of "Hound Dog" was very different from the blues shouter thathad recorded
Esa-Pekka Salonen... Steven Stucky, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams, Thomas Adès, and
Miles Davis... rdings. Though jazz rap had achieved little mainstream success, jazz legend' final album (released posthumously in 1992), Doo-Bop, was based around h ...
Jordan Galland... ain collaberated with friend Jordan Galland, as he contributed the score tos 2012 film "", and he appears as the character "Electric Death.
Paul Simonon... mbers. Among those who auditioned for London SS without making the cut were, who tried out as a vocalist, and drummer Terry Chimes. Nicky Headon drum ...
Fredrik Pacius... of Estonian independence in 1991 however, the national anthem from 1920 bywith lyrics by Johann Voldemar Jannsen has been restored
Van Morrison... Richard Davis, upright bass player on "The Angel", also played the bass on's Astral Weeks
Iraida Yusupova... artinů, Percy Grainger, Christian Wolff, Joseph Schillinger, Moritz Eggert,, Jorge Antunes, Vladimir Komarov and Anis Fuleihan
John McLaughlin... Williams, violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, guitarists Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola,and Frank Zappa, saxophonist Wayne Shorter and bassists Jaco Pastorius and ...
Ivor NovelloCardiff is also well-known for its musicians such as, after whom the Ivor Novello Awards are named. Idloes Owen founder of the ...
Jerry Goldsmith... ld Lutosławski, Aaron Copland, Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky, John Williams,, John Adams, Thomas Adès, and Esa-Pekka Salonen
Frederic Rzewski... atter group was formed in Rome in 1966 by Alvin Curran, Richard Teitelbaum,, Allan Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Ivan Vandor, and Jon Phetteplace, most o ...
Graeme Koehne... g Julian Cochran, Gordon Hamilton, Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall,, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges ...
Thurston Moore... are the nine nights of noise music called Noise Fest that was organized byof Sonic Youth in the NYC art space White Columns in June 1981 followed by ...
Natalie Maines... opularity declined among country music fans, in part because of lead singer's comments disparaging then-President George W. Bush while overseas
Beethoven... then or since" (Maconie 1989, 177–78). Maconie also compares Stockhausen to: "If a genius is someone whose ideas survive all attempts at explanation, ...
Thomas Adès... , Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams,, and Esa-Pekka Salonen
Peter Tosh... the original Jamaican dub and reggae sound, with pioneers like King Tubby,, Sly & Robbie, Bill Laswell, Lee Perry, Mad Professor, Roots Radics, Bob ...
Henry VIII... ntly and had a tennis court constructed at the castle for his use. His son,, decided that Kenilworth should be maintained as a royal castle. He aband ...
Gustav Ernesaks... prohibition, Lydia Koidula's poem, Mu isamaa on minu arm, with a melody byserved as means of expressing national feelings, and was regarded as an un ...
Moritz Eggert... lude Bohuslav Martinů, Percy Grainger, Christian Wolff, Joseph Schillinger,, Iraida Yusupova, Jorge Antunes, Vladimir Komarov and Anis Fuleihan
Duke Ellington... se of non-diegetic jazz was another modernist innovation, such as jazz star's score for Otto Preminger's Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
Arnold Schoenberg... informed performance movement. Performances of composers from Beethoven towith limited vibrato are now not uncommon. Norrington caused controversy d ...
Mirah... y Johnson's voice. It also contains duets with Beth Ditto of The Gossip and
John Coltrane... ions of Ornette Coleman and Cecil Taylor and the later works of saxophonist. Other important pioneers included Charles Mingus, Eric Dolphy, Albert Ay ...
Terry Riley... pher and light artist Marian Zazeela (who married Young in 1963), composersand Yoshi Wada, philosophers Henry Flynt and Catherine Christer Hennix and ...
Johann Sebastian Bach... ach Choir of Bethlehem presented the United States debut of German Lutheran's Mass in B Minor in the city's Central Moravian Church
Alex Chilton... CBGB's and Max's Kansas City, releasing two independent singles produced byat Ardent Studios in Memphis in 1977 before being signed by Miles Copeland ...
Sergei Prokofiev... and a Cantata for Wartime, op. 95, for women's voices and orchestra (1943).composed Semero ikh (1917–18; rev. 1933), and in 1939 premiered a cantata ...
Giovanni Gabrieli... commentators have noted that the style reflects his studies in Venice with1609-1612. The other pieces which specify trombones (according to Grove) a ...
Arthur Sullivan... ately titled "The Nation's Village Hall". The first concert at the Hall was's cantata, On Shore and Sea, which was performed on 1 May 1871
Hal David... Live Stiffs album, notable for Costello's recording of the Burt Bacharach/standard "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself" – the band recorded Th ...
Anis Fuleihan... linger, Moritz Eggert, Iraida Yusupova, Jorge Antunes, Vladimir Komarov and
Elena Kats-Chernin... n, Gordon Hamilton, Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne,, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges Lentz, Richard Mills ...
Heinrich SchützA prolific composer for trombones in Germany in the 17th century was. His Fili me, Absalon (SWV 269) and Attendite, popule meus (SWV 270), are ...
John Murray Anderson... cribed her attitude as "insincere" and "frivolous". She was accepted by theSchool of Theatre, and studied dance with Martha Graham
Steve Jones... s, the Beatles anecdote is fictional. A claim made by the Pistols guitarist, regarding how he thought it was bizarre that Matlock was "always washing ...
Eric Dolphy... axophonist John Coltrane. Other important pioneers included Charles Mingus,, Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp, Joe Maneri and Sun Ra. Although today "free ...
Alan Silvestri... tains original two songs from the film written by Mark Kealiʻi Hoʻomalu and(the film composer), and performed by Kealiʻi Hoʻomalu and the Kamehameha ...
Erwin Stein... pera was first performed by the Zurich Opera in an incomplete form in 1937.made a vocal score of the whole of act 3 following Berg's death, and Helen ...
Dmitry Kabalevsky... Mighty Homeland, op. 114, for the thirtieth anniversary of the same event.also composed four such cantatas, The Great Homeland, op. 35 (1941–42), Th ...
Mikis Theodorakis... lis, conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos, soprano Maria Callas, composers such as, Nikos Skalkottas, Iannis Xenakis, Manos Hatzidakis, Eleni Karaindrou, Ya ...
Bob Dylan... tered the mainstream in the middle of the 1960s, when the singer-songwriterbegan his career. Allmusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine attributes The B ...
Jason ScheffCetera was replaced in September 1985 by bassist/singer/songwriter, son of Elvis Presley's bassist Jerry Scheff, who joined the band for the ...
Bernard Rhodes... ying a live show and recording only a single demo. London SS was managed by, a sometime associate of impresario Malcolm McLaren and a friend of the b ...
Rodney Jerkins... ucers such as The Neptunes, Tiësto, Timbaland, Rick Nowels, Ryan Tedder and. The first single from The Spirit Indestructable, "Big Hoops (Bigger the ...
Madonna... onymous Messiah (2001, Vitamin Records). Other tributes include material byand Blondie
Leopold I... the Mutual Pact of Succession he had signed during the reign of his father,. Charles sought the other European powers' approval. They exacted harsh t ...
George Martin... from that day's work on the song; asked why a longer version wasn't issued,explained: "I think it gets boring.
Corey Taylor... ame. In 2007, Apocalyptica first released "I'm Not Jesus", featuring singer, which song is about a former victim of Catholic sex abuse
Pat Boone... er distribution networks and were generally much more profitable. Famously,recorded sanitized versions of Little Richard songs. Later, as those songs ...
Frédéric Chopin... sing concert star. She became close to Liszt's circle of friends, including, who dedicated his 12 Études, Op. 25 to her (his earlier set of 12 Études ...
Lionel Richie... e following year, she collaborated with former Commodores singer-songwriteron the theme song for the film Endless Love. The Academy Award-nominated " ...
Jean Guillou... church musicians. Notable contemporary organists include Olivier Latry and. Free improvisations for organ has also occationally been recorded and re ...
Sheila Walsh... ur Norman songs, plus songs from British musicians Steve Scott, Alwyn Wall,, Mark Williamson, The Barratt Band, and Bryn Haworth was released. While ...
Janis Joplin... music in the early 70s, were the deaths of popular rock stars Jimi Hendrix,and Jim Morrison all at the age of 27. Funk, an offshoot of Soul music wit ...
John Dankworth... chansonnier Jacques Brel, the musical partnership of Dame Cleo Laine & Sir, and the harmonica
Larry Harlow... later joined the Vaya Records label. There, she joined accomplished pianistand was soon headlining a concert at New York's Carnegie Hall
John Zorn... ay, and the Lounge Lizards, who were the first group to call themselves "".began to make note of the emphasis on speed and dissonance that was becomi ...
Charles Mingus... later works of saxophonist John Coltrane. Other important pioneers included, Eric Dolphy, Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp, Joe Maneri and Sun Ra. Although ...
Joshua HommeAll tracks byand Nick Oliveri, except where noted
Ornette Coleman... o free jazz. This began in 1986 with the album Spy vs. Spy, a collection oftunes done in the contemporary thrashcore style. The same year, Sonny Shar ...
Elton John... ic Clapton, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Led Zeppelin, Elvis Costello, and
Frederik Magle... occationally been recorded and released on albums, such as Like a Flame by
Sonny Boy Williamson... t was to the other musicians of that time and earlier, such as the 'second', with whom he played and Robert Johnson with whom he also possibly played ...
Joseph Lamb... ee most important composers of classic ragtime, along with Scott Joplin and
Ryan Tedder... s attracted producers such as The Neptunes, Tiësto, Timbaland, Rick Nowels,and Rodney Jerkins. The first single from The Spirit Indestructable, "Big ...
Richard WagnerOn 17 April 1870visited Bayreuth, because he had read about the Margrave Opera House, whos ...
Arnold Schoenberg... of act 3 following Berg's death, and Helene Berg, Alban's widow, approachedto complete the orchestration. Schoenberg at first accepted, but upon bein ...
B.B. KingOn 21 February 2012, music legends Mick Jagger,, Buddy Guy and Jeff Beck along with a blues ensemble was invited to perfo ...
Mario Bauza... iece to be overtly based in-clave was "Tanga" (1943) composed by Cuban-bornand recorded by Machito and his Afro-Cubans in New York City. "Tanga" bega ...
Scott Joplin... as one of the three most important composers of classic ragtime, along withand Joseph Lamb
Friedrich NietzscheThe Emperor's erudition amazedwhen both met. Victor Hugo told him: "Sire, you are a great citizen, you a ...
Henry Flynt... married Young in 1963), composers Terry Riley and Yoshi Wada, philosophersand Catherine Christer Hennix and many others
Franz LisztFrom 1835 to 1839 she lived with virtuoso pianist and composer, who was five years younger, and was then a rising concert star. She beca ...
Nigel Westlake... recent times composers including Julian Cochran, Gordon Hamilton, Liza Lim,, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, ...
Madonna... f people to the city, and bringing famous celebrities like Adam Sandler and
Giovanni Gabrieli... eata Vergine (1610) as a pitch for employment at St. Mark's as successor to. In addition to the Magnificat, two movements specify trombones: the open ...
Gunther Schuller... Casino in New Rochelle, New York. The Glen Island date according to authorattracted "a record breaking opening night crowd of 1800..." With the Glen ...
Catherine Christer Hennix... n 1963), composers Terry Riley and Yoshi Wada, philosophers Henry Flynt andand many others
Elizabeth Parker... y followed by Malcolm Clarke and Roger Limb. By the end, only one composer,, remained and the Workshop closed in March 1998. Mark Ayres recalls the W ...
Hans SommerThe score was composed by Bronislau Kaper and conducted by, with orchestrations by Robert Franklyn and Skip Martin. Kaper's music re ...
Madonna"No More Words" was also included as the B-side of's #1 hit of 1985, "Crazy for You". Both songs were part of the soundtrack ...
Jimi Hendrix... ajor event in music in the early 70s, were the deaths of popular rock stars, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all at the age of 27. Funk, an offshoot of ...
Giovanni Battista Grillo... and cori spezzati style is seen in contemporaries like Giovanni Picchi and
Camille Saint-Saëns... s (in his tone poems "Don Juan" and "Death and Transfiguration") as well as(Symphony No. 3 "Organ") asked string players to perform certain passages ...
Stuart MacRae... ost recently he wrote the libretto for an opera scored by Scottish composer, The Assassin Tree, based on a Greek myth recounted in The Golden Bough. ...
Dimitri Mitropoulos... uchis, Nikos Engonopoulos, Constantine Andreou, Jannis Kounellis, conductor, soprano Maria Callas, composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, Nikos Skalkot ...
Dmitri Shostakovich... occasional works were seldom among their composers' best. Examples include's Poem of the Motherland, op. 47 (1947) and The Sun Shines over Our Mothe ...
Isham Jones#"I'll See You in My Dreams" (/Gus Kahn) – 4:0
Method Man... oduced a newer flow which “dominated from 1994 to 2002”, and also says thatwas “one of the emcees from the early to mid-’90s that ushered in the era ...
Julian Cochran... eggy Glanville-Hicks and Robert Hughes. In recent times composers including, Gordon Hamilton, Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, ...
Madonna... enced many electro-pop, other synthpop, and mainstream performers including, La Roux, Moby, Pet Shop Boys, and Little Boots. They have been sampled a ...
Malcolm McLaren... London SS was managed by Bernard Rhodes, a sometime associate of impresarioand a friend of the band McLaren managed, the Sex Pistols. Jones and his b ...
Glenn Branca... f this genre is Sonic Youth who took inspiration from the No Wave composersand Rhys Chatham (himself a student of LaMonte Young). Marc Masters, in hi ...
Oscar Peterson... rimental group; Eddie Gomez and George Mraz, who played with Bill Evans and, respectively, and are both acknowledged to have furthered expectations o ...
Jimmy Page... uct additional recordings. Here they used the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.later recalled: "We needed the sort of facilities where we could have a cu ...
Giacomo PucciniTosca is an opera in three acts byto an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. It premiered ...
Herbie Hancock... hop beats and collaborations with producer Easy Mo Bee. Davis' ex-bandmatereturned to hip hop influences in the mid-nineties, releasing the album Di ...
Kurt Cobain... tes and 9 singles on K, with a rotating cast of collaborators that included, Rich Jensen, David Nichols, and Donna Dresch. All of their recordings ar ...
Rick Nowels... The album has attracted producers such as The Neptunes, Tiësto, Timbaland,, Ryan Tedder and Rodney Jerkins. The first single from The Spirit Indestr ...
Lydia Lunch... ct inspiration from both free jazz and punk. Examples of this style include's Queen of Siam, the work of James Chance and the Contortions, who mixed ...
Jimmy PageIt was Moon who recommended the name "Led Zeppelin" towho intended to name his new band 'Mad Dog'. According to Oxford lexicogra ...
Liza Lim... ughes. In recent times composers including Julian Cochran, Gordon Hamilton,, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl V ...
Andrae Crouch... also known as Starstorm). In April 1998 Norman indicated he was a member of's church, the Christ Memorial Church of God in Christ then located in Pac ...
James Stevenson... anny Kustow, and subsequently Mick Hanson, and then Hot Club with guitaristand singer Steve Allen
Giovanni Picchi... nd his early baroque and cori spezzati style is seen in contemporaries likeand Giovanni Battista Grillo
Giovanni GabrieliThis ensemble was used extensively byin pieces substantially for brass, voices and organ in Venice up until his ...
Miles Davis... ; the first band to explore modal harmony (a concept explored much later byand Gil Evans) from a jazz arranging perspective. Of note is the sheet of ...
Adolphe-Basile Routhier... setting of a French Canadian patriotic poem composed by poet and judge Sir. The lyrics were originally in French and translated into English in 1906
Archie Shepp... ther important pioneers included Charles Mingus, Eric Dolphy, Albert Ayler,, Joe Maneri and Sun Ra. Although today "free jazz" is the generally-used ...
Bob Dylan... popular artist came in 1973 with the film Pat Garret and Billy the Kid, by. However the album received very little critical acclaim. This had not be ...
Gus Kahn#"I'll See You in My Dreams" (Isham Jones/) – 4:0
Dizzy GillespieMario Bauzá introduced bebop innovatorto the Cuban conga drummer, dancer, composer, and choreographer Chano Pozo ...
Paul McCartneyThe Beatles often called Mardas the "Greek wizard", andremembered being interested in his ideas: “Well, if you [Mardas] could do ...
Noël Coward... n) in 1926. The play was performed on the London stage in 1926 and featuredand
George Martin... iously. Therefore, at 10:00 am on Monday, 11 February 1963, The Beatles andstarted recording what was essentially their live act in 1963, and finishe ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... ie Jahreszeiten, Der Sturm, Orfeo de Euridice and secular cantata choruses.uses trombones in connection with death or the supernatural. This includes ...
Miklós Rózsa... ed with a very sound, which has led to its use in movie soundtracks such as's for Spellbound and The Lost Weekend and Bernard Herrmann's for The Day ...
Leo Smith... elberg, Lol Coxhill, Fred Frith, Steve Beresford, Steve Lacy, Johnny Dyani,, Han Bennink, Eugene Chadbourne, Henry Kaiser, John Zorn, Buckethead and ...
Raymond Scott... s were compiled by Irwin Chusid, who also produced the first CD reissues ofand The Langley Schools Music Project
Mike Harding... included Billy Connolly, Georgie Fame, Simon Nicol with Dave Swarbrick, and
Aaron Copland... land as Grounde) is repeated as the basis of a piece underneath variations.describes basso ostinato as "the easiest to recognize" of the variation fo ...
Elmer Bernstein... in abundance. The original score composed by regular Scorsese collaboratorwas rejected at a late stage for a score by Howard Shore and mainstream ro ...
Fritz Kreisler... considerable controversy. The view that continuous vibrato was invented byand some of his colleagues is held to be shown by early sound recordings, ...
Chris Goss... irectly after the tour. They also announced that they would be working with, who performed with Masters of Reality as a supporting act the same eveni ...
George Martin... t now, it seems strangely similar to The Goon Show." Lennon also noted thathad made records with both Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers
Muhal Richard Abrams... e Chicago-based AACM, a loose collective of improvising musicians including, Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Lester Bowie, Roscoe ...
Jon Hassell... volume has been extremely influential with Young's associates: Tony Conrad,, Rhys Chatham, Michael Harrison, Henry Flynt, Ben Neill, Charles Curtis, ...
Hal David... for a Motion Picture (not a Musical); Best Music, Song (Burt Bacharach andfor "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"); and Best Writing, Story and Scre ...
Mickey Thomas... oo left the group, leaving Kantner and company to find a new lead singer in(who had sung lead on Elvin Bishop's "Fooled Around and Fell in Love"). Th ...
Les Paul... rock and roll in this period, including multitrack recording, developed by, the electronic treatment of sound by such innovators as Joe Meek, and th ...
Gustav Mahler... early counterpoint but also the style of late Viennese romantics including, to whom he was introduced by Adler. From 1916 to 1931 Jeppesen was Niels ...
Gary Kemp... arances from Madness, Heaven 17, Bananarama, Prefab Sprout, Elvis Costello,, Tom Robinson, Sade, The Beat, Lloyd Cole, The Blow Monkeys and The Smith ...
Henry Flynt... a minimal music noise group in the mid-60s with John Cale, Marian Zazeela,, Angus Maclise, Tony Conrad, and others. The Theater of Eternal Music's d ...
Nadja Benaissa... nion studio album entitled Welcome to the Dance in 2009. In September 2010,officially left the band to due to private reasons, leaving No Angels as a ...
Chris Goss... band has also just finished recording a four-track "Capsule" with producer. Capsule 1 is said to be the first of three or four and to be released so ...
Franz Clement... hich are said to prove that early 19th-century Viennese string players likeand Joseph Mayseder were noted for their tasteful use of vibrato. These mu ...
Gustav Mahler... iateur of 1883) is still performed occasionally today. Late in the century,wrote his early Das klagende Lied on his own words, between 1878 and 1880, ...
Nick Lowe... e term was often used in reference to critics' favorites Elvis Costello and, whose style was viewed as a less-threatening version of punk rock. Los A ...
Jeff Beck... r outside projects. In 1966, he did his first work with Yardbirds guitarist, session man Nicky Hopkins, and future Led Zeppelin members Page and John ...
W. Edwards DemingIn his managerial and statistical writings,placed great importance on the value of using operational definitions in a ...
Joe Meek... eloped by Les Paul, the electronic treatment of sound by such innovators as, and the Wall of Sound productions of Phil Spector, continued desegregati ...
Chano Pozo... y Gillespie to the Cuban conga drummer, dancer, composer, and choreographer. The brief collaboration of Gillespie and Pozo produced some of the most ...
Olivier Messiaen... schule für Musik Köln and the University of Cologne, and later studied within Paris, and with Werner Meyer-Eppler at the University of Bonn. One of t ...
Gary NumanIn 1979 they were asked to supporton his first major British tour. They were always grateful to Numan for hi ...
Hugh Cornwell... ng vocals and sometimes misanthropic lyrics of both Jean-Jacques Burnel and. Over time, their output gradually grew more refined and sophisticated. S ...
Thomas Adès... give visiting composers such as [[John Adams (composer)|[John] Adams]] andthe same royal treatment that is extended to the likes of Yo-Yo Ma and Jos ...
Burt Bacharach... est Original Score for a Motion Picture (not a Musical); Best Music, Song (and Hal David for "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"); and Best Writing, ...
Ivor Novello... nd Alma Reville and directed by Brunel and Basil Dean. This version starred, Mabel Poulton and Benita Hume
Bob Dylan... Yesterday", however, has also been criticised for being mundane and mawkish;had a marked dislike for the song, stating that "If you go into the Libra ...
Henry Flynt... ung's associates: Tony Conrad, Jon Hassell, Rhys Chatham, Michael Harrison,, Ben Neill, Charles Curtis, and Catherine Christer Hennix. Young's studen ...
Sandy DennyThere is also a fifth, smaller symbol chosen by guest vocalistrepresenting her contribution to the track "The Battle of Evermore"; it ap ...
Billy Duffy... Records, who will release the new album in early 2012. Commented guitarist: "We are very much looking forward to returning to our U.K. roots in many ...
Henry VIII of EnglandThe future Kingmet Philip the Handsome on a visit Philip made to Henry's father's court i ...
Ezra Pound... significant of which was his introduction to the acclaimed literary figure. A connection through Aiken resulted in an arranged meeting and on Septem ...
Dennis McCarthy, a composer who had worked on The Next Generation, was given the task of ...
Richard Dean Anderson... ill is again promoted, this time to the head of Homeworld Security, so thatcould leave the show to spend time with his family. Colonel O'Neill appear ...
EminemKool Moe Dee adds, “in 2002created the song that got the first Oscar in Hip-Hop history [Lose Yoursel ...
Hector Berlioz"La Marseillaise" was arranged for soprano, chorus and orchestra byin about 1830
Lloyd Cole... ma, Prefab Sprout, Elvis Costello, Gary Kemp, Tom Robinson, Sade, The Beat,, The Blow Monkeys and The Smiths along the way
George Frideric HandelIn England,includes trombones in three of his oratorios: Saul (1738), Israel in Egypt ...
Hector Berlioz... or the French Prix de Rome prescribed that each candidate submit a cantata.failed in three attempts before finally winning in 1830 with Sardanapale. ...
Cat Stevens... songs for the Thumbsucker soundtrack, including Big Star's "Thirteen", and' "Trouble". In August 2003, Suicide Squeeze Records put out a limited-edi ...
Richard WagnerMusic by late Romantic composers such asand Johannes Brahms is now played with a fairly continuous vibrato. Howeve ...
Johannes BrahmsMusic by late Romantic composers such as Richard Wagner andis now played with a fairly continuous vibrato. However, some musicians sp ...
Antonio CaldaraAlso in the Vienna court was, vice-kapellmeister 1717-1736. Among his output are two Holy Week setting ...
Hugh Cornwell... personnel were bass player/vocalist Jean Jacques Burnel, guitarist/vocalistand keyboardist/guitarist Hans Wärmling, who was replaced by keyboardist D ...
Yo-Yo Ma... ] and Thomas Adès the same royal treatment that is extended to the likes ofand Joshua Bell; Borda talks about "hero composers." A recent performance ...
Bertram Fletcher Robinson... the idea for The Hound Of The Baskervilles whilst holidaying in Cromer withafter hearing local folklore tales regarding the mysterious hound known as ...
Paul Hardcastle... "The Commentators") was a big hit in the British charts. It was a parody of's number one hit, 19, with Bremner impersonating cricket commentators, in ...
Franz LisztIn 1886, the composerdied in Bayreuth while visiting his daughter Cosima Liszt, Wagner's widow. ...
Rhys Chatham... en extremely influential with Young's associates: Tony Conrad, Jon Hassell,, Michael Harrison, Henry Flynt, Ben Neill, Charles Curtis, and Catherine ...
Mark-Anthony Turnage... phed performance of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring and a film project with's Blood on the Floor. He has also continued to champion contemporary musi ...
Harry Nilsson... Beatles broke up. A loose jam involving the two, along with Stevie Wonder,, Jesse Ed Davis and others, was recorded at Record Plant Studios in Los A ...
Bernard Herrmann... soundtracks such as Miklós Rózsa's for Spellbound and The Lost Weekend and's for The Day the Earth Stood Still and as the theme tune for the ITV dra ...
Hans Wärmling... Jacques Burnel, guitarist/vocalist Hugh Cornwell and keyboardist/guitarist, who was replaced by keyboardist Dave Greenfield within a year. None of t ...
Robert PlantSinger's symbol of a feather within a circle was his own design, being based on ...
Bob Dylan... ylan of The Wallflowers ranked London Calling above the work of his father,, as the record that “changed his life”. Bands identified with the garage ...
Kenny Lynch... ured in three series alongside guests including John Wells, Willie Rushton,, Penelope Keith and Nerys Hughes. Mays Records released The Best of - Tic ...
John BonhamDrummer's symbol, the three interlocking rings, was picked by the drummer from th ...
Marilyn MansonRammstein performed The Beautiful People withat the Echo Awards on March 22nd, 2012
Carl Perkins#"Honey Don't" () – 3:0
Joseph Haydn... k of trombone players. Most of these works derive from Vienna and Salzburg.uses trombones in Il rotorno di Tobia, Die Sieben Letzten Worte, The Creat ...
Bob RockOn 29 November 2011, it was announced that the album would be produced by, who provided the same role on Sonic Temple, The Cult and Beyond Good and ...
Carlo Grua... f the best court orchestras in Europe under the leadership of the conductor. The royal court of the Palatinate left Mannheim in 1778, and just over t ...
Alberto Franchetti... ook offence. He withdrew from the agreement, which Ricordi then assigned to
Jordan Galland... oko Ono and the Plastic Ono Band. Lennon has again collaberated with friend, as he contributed the score to Jordan Gallands 2012 film "", and he appe ...
Bobby WorthIn 1959 "Musetta's Waltz" was adapted by songwriterfor the 1959 pop song "Don't You Know?", a hit for Della Reese. The opera ...
Sting... emporary fiction, as an example of different kinds of narrative techniques.named his 2009 album If On a Winter's Night... after the book
Arnold Dreyblatt... ll, Charles Curtis, and Catherine Christer Hennix. Young's students include, Daniel James Wolf and Lawrence Chandler. It has also been notably influe ...
Michael Jackson... ities who attended Brown's public and/or private memorial services included, Jimmy Cliff, Joe Frazier, Buddy Guy, Ice Cube, Ludacris, Dr. Dre, Little ...
La Monte Young... f the "worst albums of all time". Reed was well aware of the drone music of. Young's Theater of Eternal Music was a minimal music noise group in the ...
Duke Ellington... 15-piece 'big band', who performed a jazz repertoire covering Glenn Miller,and Count Basie; her vocal idols being Ella Fitzgerald and Peggy Lee. In 1 ...
Esa-Pekka SalonenIn April 2007, it was announced thatwould step down as the LAP's music director at the end of the 2008–2009 se ...
Jean-Jacques BurnelThe Stranglers' early sound was driven by's melodic bass, but also gave prominence to Dave Greenfield's keyboards a ...
Pierre Boulez... d on February 24 of the same year at the Opera Garnier and was conducted by, with Teresa Stratas singing the lead role; the production (by Patrice Ch ...
Barbra Streisand... t Picture Show with the popular hit comedy What's Up, Doc? (1972), starringand Ryan O'Neal, a screwball comedy indebted to Hawks's Bringing Up Baby ( ...
Michael JacksonIn June 2009, after the death of pop superstar, this message appeared to many internet users who were searching Google f ...
Charlie Chaplin... all honeymooners went there"), and to Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, andin Hollywood, Chaplin creating a widely seen home movie "Nice and Friendly ...
Charlie Chaplin's... lk Stories, a low budget salute to sentimental silent comedies particularlyThe Kid
Chuck Berry... of Little Richard to become a preacher, prosecutions of Jerry Lee Lewis and, and the breaking of the payola scandal (which implicated major figures, ...
Johann Sebastian BachButuses trombones in fourteen of his church cantatas - BWV 2, 3, 4, 21, 23, 2 ...
Ben Neill... tes: Tony Conrad, Jon Hassell, Rhys Chatham, Michael Harrison, Henry Flynt,, Charles Curtis, and Catherine Christer Hennix. Young's students include ...
Jerry Chesnut... single in a version of George Jones' "Good Year for the Roses" (written by), which reached #6
Franz Liszt... arranged for soprano, chorus and orchestra by Hector Berlioz in about 1830.wrote a piano transcription of the anthem
Peter Gabriel... a late stage for a score by Howard Shore and mainstream rock artists U2 and. The final cut of the movie ran to 168 minutes, while the director's orig ...
Thomas Adès... principal conductor of the BPO on 7 September 2002, leading performances of' Asyla and Mahler's Symphony No. 5, performances which received rave revi ...
Ian Astbury... urning to our U.K. roots in many ways working with Cooking Vinyl." Vocalistadded, "We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with Cooking V ...
Arsenio Rodríguez... ult career, including Fernando Collazo, Abelardo Barroso, Pablo Quevedo and. Cruz also studied the words to Yoruba songs with colleague Mercedita Val ...
Brett Dean... rt that in other cities might draw thirty or forty. The Australian composerrecently walked onstage for a Green Umbrella concert and did a double take ...
James Reese EuropeDuring World War I, bandleaderplayed a jazz version of "La Marseillaise", which can be heard on Part 2 o ...
Joseph Ascher... show's theme tune is a song called Alice, where art thou? music written by. It was played in an arrangement for brass band by Max Harris, who also w ...
Nils Petter Molvær... Norwegian "future jazz" style pioneered by Bugge Wesseltoft, Jaga Jazzist,, and others. Nu jazz can be very experimental in nature and can vary wide ...
Trent Reznor... aborated with the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, and its lead singerto create a video suite for the band's tour. The triptych mainly is focuse ...
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor... te his early Das klagende Lied on his own words, between 1878 and 1880, andcreated a successful trilogy of cantatas The Song of Hiawatha between 1898 ...
Martin Agricola... usic up to the 20th century was seen as an ornament to be used selectively.writing in his Musica instrumentalis deudch (1529) writes of vibrato in th ...
Catherine Christer Hennix... Rhys Chatham, Michael Harrison, Henry Flynt, Ben Neill, Charles Curtis, and. Young's students include Arnold Dreyblatt, Daniel James Wolf and Lawrenc ...
Nobuo UematsuThe music for Final Fantasy was composed by, and was his 16th video game music composition. The soundtrack album was ...
Jack DeJohnette... usicians including Muhal Richard Abrams, Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton,, Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph Jarman, Famadou Don Moye, Malachi ...
Serge Gainsbourg... llaise", which can be heard on Part 2 of the Ken Burns TV documentary Jazz.recorded a reggae version in 1978, titled "Aux Armes, Et Caetera"
Jordan Galland... z and Guildenstern Are Undead, directed by long time friend and school mateIn the same year, Lennon produced a second album on Chimera for his mother ...
King Henry... hardt's novel, Stirb du Narr! ("Die you fool!"), about More's struggle with, portrays More as an idealist bound to fail in the power struggle with a ...
Keith Richards... s everything you wouldn't want in a person. It's not like when you think ofbeing pleasantly blissed out in the corner.
Roger WatersThe band participated in former Pink Floyd member' The Wall Live in Berlin concert in 1990
John Cale... heater of Eternal Music was a minimal music noise group in the mid-60s with, Marian Zazeela, Henry Flynt, Angus Maclise, Tony Conrad, and others. The ...
Gwen Stefani... shit was about to go down," and has a radio edit version without the word.'s "Hollaback Girl" video had the original album's use of the word censore ...
Leopold Auer... ngers and string players, have a similar problem. The violinist and teacher, writing in his book Violin Playing as I Teach It (1920), advised violini ...
James Brown... rces, including the indigenous mbira, as well as foreign influences such as-type funk riffs. However, the foreign influences are interpreted through ...
Johann Schelle... icht gut, dass der Mensch allein sei for 5 voices, 2 vn, 2 trbn, bn and bc.has numerous sacred vocal works that use trombones. For instance Vom Himme ...
Lawrence Chandler... er Hennix. Young's students include Arnold Dreyblatt, Daniel James Wolf and. It has also been notably influential on John Cale's contribution to The ...
Lead Belly... um, Lonnie Donegan Showcase, in the summer of 1956, which featured songs byand Leroy Carr, plus "I'm a Ramblin' Man" and "Wabash Cannonball". The LP ...
Giuseppe CambiniDuring the French Revolution,published Patriotic Airs for Two Violins, in which the song is quoted lite ...
John Cage... n (often drawing equally on contemporary composers such as Anton Webern andfor inspiration)
Peggy Lee... , Duke Ellington and Count Basie; her vocal idols being Ella Fitzgerald and. In 1963, she formed her own band, the Anni-Frid Four
Guido Adler... itted his dissertation to the University of Vienna where it was reviewed byand Jeppesen was awarded a doctorate in 1922. He taught music theory at th ...
Clint Eastwood... orest Theater, bohemian writer and actor Perry Newberry, and actor-director, who was mayor for one term, from 1986 to 1988
Sonny Boy Williamson... t Records in nearby Jackson in January 1951, first as sideman to the secondand also to their mutual friend Wille Love and possibly others, then debut ...
Jean-Jacques Burnel... racterised by the growling vocals and sometimes misanthropic lyrics of bothand Hugh Cornwell. Over time, their output gradually grew more refined and ...
Alanis Morissette... ut by shooting his wings off with a MAC-10, turning him to a mortal), God () arrives, and proceeds to set things in order. After Jay spouts an obscen ...
Mike Figgis... she appeared in films such as Terminal Velocity opposite Charlie Sheen, and' One Night Stand
Woody Guthrie... h initially reluctant to accept the offer, the fact that one of his heroes,, had composed dozens of songs for children, convinced him it was worthwhi ...
Gioachino Rossini... g is quoted literally and as a variation theme, with other patriotic songs.quotes "La Marseillaise" in the second act of his opera Semiramide (1823)
Alanis Morissette... the previously mentioned Liz Phair, PJ Harvey and the massively successfulfit into this sub group
Anthony Braxton... of improvising musicians including Muhal Richard Abrams, Henry Threadgill,, Jack DeJohnette, Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph Jarman, Famadou D ...
Henry VIII... The historian Jasper Ridley, author of several biographies including one onand another on Mary Tudor, goes much further in his dual biography of More ...
Nas... y become faster and more ‘complex’”. He cites “members of the Wu-Tang Clan,, AZ, Big Pun, and Ras Kass, just to name a few” as artists who exemplify ...
Merle Haggard... he likes of Hank Williams ("Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used to Do?)"),("Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down") and Gram Parsons ("How Much I Lied"). T ...
Buddy Guy... ivate memorial services included Michael Jackson, Jimmy Cliff, Joe Frazier,, Ice Cube, Ludacris, Dr. Dre, Little Richard, Dick Gregory, MC Hammer, Pr ...
Leopold Mozart... from which a measure of vibrato (it has since been shown) is rarely absent.’s Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule (1756), for example, provides an ...
Bruce Channel... ver versions of songs not available elsewhere by The Beatles, including thenumber one "Hey! Baby", James Ray's "If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody" ...
Ockeghem... ad other famous composers in the later 15th century: Johannes Tinctoris andwent to Cambrai to study with Dufay. Other composers included Nicolas Gren ...
Duke Ellington... a revitalization of cartoon style from the '20s and '30s. It was gonna haveand Fats Waller jazzing up the soundtrack." Nickelodeon was initially will ...
Howard Shore... se collaborator Elmer Bernstein was rejected at a late stage for a score byand mainstream rock artists U2 and Peter Gabriel. The final cut of the mov ...
Anton Webern... rom jazz tradition (often drawing equally on contemporary composers such asand John Cage for inspiration)
Fats Waller... cartoon style from the '20s and '30s. It was gonna have Duke Ellington andjazzing up the soundtrack." Nickelodeon was initially willing to greenligh ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... rmy, the retirement of Little Richard to become a preacher, prosecutions ofand Chuck Berry, and the breaking of the payola scandal (which implicated ...
Janis Ian... year's theme: Being Out Rocks. Participating artists include Kevin Aviance,, k.d. lang, Cyndi Lauper, Sarah McLachlan, and Rufus Wainwright
Henry Threadgill... a loose collective of improvising musicians including Muhal Richard Abrams,, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph ...
Christoph StraussThe lesser known Austrian composer, Kapellmeister to the Habsburg Emperor Mathias 1616-1620, wrote two impor ...
Bugge Wesseltoft... ematic Orchestra, Kobol, and the Norwegian "future jazz" style pioneered by, Jaga Jazzist, Nils Petter Molvær, and others. Nu jazz can be very experi ...
Daniel James Wolf... , and Catherine Christer Hennix. Young's students include Arnold Dreyblatt,and Lawrence Chandler. It has also been notably influential on John Cale's ...
PJ Harvey... onal female singer-songwriters. Besides the previously mentioned Liz Phair,and the massively successful Alanis Morissette fit into this sub group
John ColtraneWhencovered "Afro Blue" in 1963, he inverted the metric hierarchy, interpretin ...
Wayne Coyne... back were injured in the incident, causing him to cancel a number of shows., lead singer of The Flaming Lips and a friend of Smith's, stated concern ...
Thomas Laub... Copenhagen he became a pupil of prominent Danish composers Carl Nielsen and, and studied musicology at Copenhagen University with Angul Hammerich. He ...
Ludacris... es included Michael Jackson, Jimmy Cliff, Joe Frazier, Buddy Guy, Ice Cube,, Dr. Dre, Little Richard, Dick Gregory, MC Hammer, Prince, Jesse Jackson, ...
Kathie Lee Johnson... o"s), and was originally hosted by Regis Philbin and Cyndy Garvey. In 1985,(who would marry Frank Gifford a year later) became Philbin's co-host. Bue ...
Paul McCartney... ayed at the Colosseum in recent years have included Ray Charles (May 2002),(May 2003), Elton John (September 2005), and (July 2006)
Carl Nielsen... break of war. In Copenhagen he became a pupil of prominent Danish composersand Thomas Laub, and studied musicology at Copenhagen University with Angu ...
Carlos Salzedo... s production, the Salzedo Model, designed in collaboration with the harpist. It is in the Art Deco style, incorporating bold red and white lines on t ...
Michael Jackson... iz; it used the exterior pedestrian ramps for a motorcycle chase scene withand Diana Ross. The 1960s-style decorations were removed in 1980. The bank ...
T-Bone Walker... dubs "the postwar Texas clean-up movement in blues" led by stylists such as, Amos Milburn and Charles Brown. Their singing was lighter, more relaxed ...
Tim Souster... in the case of the title, it was re-recorded in a new arrangement. Composerdid both duties (with Paddy Kingsland contributing music as well), and Sou ...
Igor Stravinsky... ic rather late, thanks to his teachers at university. He cites Béla Bartók,, Perotin, Leonin, Claude Debussy and Organum musical style as important i ...
Loretta Lynn... ts for his acting debut in Coal Miner's Daughter, a biographical film about, and for his narration and small supporting role opposite Sam Shepard in ...
Eric Idle... terlude including four members of Monty Python: Michael Palin, Terry Jones,and Terry Gilliam. Also performing: Neil Innes, Carol Cleveland and Tom Ha ...
Lonnie Liston Smith... ght in Tunisia", and Stetsasonic released "Talkin' All That Jazz", sampling. Gang Starr's debut LP, No More Mr. Nice Guy (Wild Pitch, 1989), and thei ...
Béla Bartók... classical music rather late, thanks to his teachers at university. He cites, Igor Stravinsky, Perotin, Leonin, Claude Debussy and Organum musical sty ...
Edgar MeyerIn addition to being a noted classical player,is well known in bluegrass and newgrass circles. Todd Phillips is another ...
Bob James... iated with an important break known as "The Bells"—a cut-up of the intro to's jazz cover of Paul Simon's "Take Me To The Mardi Gras"—while Bambaataa ...
Jovanotti... several left-wing young people regularly meet. The first star, however, was, who used rapping in otherwise traditional Italian pop. Some of his track ...
Ornette ColemanThe mid-1950s recordings offor Contemporary (Something Else! and Tomorrow Is the Question) and the fi ...
Johann Sebastian Bach... ete Organ Works, now completing the fourth series on BBC Two. These feature's organ works, filmed in performance by John Scott Whiteley on, mainly, a ...
John Williams... k and Cathleen Nesbitt co-starred. It was the only Hitchcock film scored by
Jimmy Giuffre... ese ideas were extended in the 1962 Free Fall recording by jazz clarinetist's trio, featuring music that was often freely and spontaneously improvise ...
Lennie Tristano... jango Reinhardt and a pair of 1949 recordings for Capitol by a group led by, "Intuition" and "Digression"
Armando Peraza... late 1950s was vibraphonist Cal Tjader's band. Tjader had Mongo Santamaria,, and Willie Bobo on his early recording dates
Paul Hellmuth... musical talent at age 10 when he was first encouraged by Hakon Andersen and, although he was largely self-taught. Completing primary education in 191 ...
Jeff Young... ortly after that appearance, Mustaine fired both Chuck Behler and guitaristand canceled their scheduled 1988 Australian tour. "On the road, things es ...
Robert Schumann... quotes "La Marseillaise" in the second act of his opera Semiramide (1823).used part of "La Marseillaise" for his 1840 setting (Op. 49, No. 1) of Hei ...
Freddie Mercury... ays of Our Lives"). Some of his solos and orchestral parts were composed by, who then asked May to bring them to life ("Bicycle Race", "Lazing On A S ...
John Duarte... h Sheffield City organist C.H.C. Biltcliffe and guitar with George Wing and. As an adult he found work as a guitarist and session musician in clubs, ...
Krist Novoselic... um In Utero (1993) was an intentionally abrasive album that Nirvana bassistdescribed as a "wild aggressive sound, a true alternative record." Neverth ...
Ray Charles... . Performers who have played at the Colosseum in recent years have included(May 2002), Paul McCartney (May 2003), Elton John (September 2005), and (J ...
Avril Lavigne... That Shit" by Snoop Dogg featuring R. Kelly, which became "That's That". In's song "My Happy Ending," the Radio Disney edit of the song replaces "all ...
Amos Milburn... ar Texas clean-up movement in blues" led by stylists such as T-Bone Walker,and Charles Brown. Their singing was lighter, more relaxed and they worked ...
Mike Figgis... Delta and beyond. Seven film-makers including Wim Wenders, Clint Eastwood,, and Scorsese himself each contributed a 90 minute film (Scorsese's entry ...
Poul Ruders... o 4 by John Dryden in 2000. An operatic adaptation, The Handmaid's Tale, by, premiered in Copenhagen on 6 March 2000, and was performed by the Englis ...
Richard Wagner... fried house. There he met writer Houston Stewart Chamberlain, son-in-law ofand anti-semitic race theorist. Also on that day, met Hitler for the first ...
Clint Eastwood... the Mississippi Delta and beyond. Seven film-makers including Wim Wenders,, Mike Figgis, and Scorsese himself each contributed a 90 minute film (Sco ...
Nikolaos Mantzaros... χολή), established in 1815. Prominent representatives of this genre include, Spyridon Xyndas, Spyridon Samaras and Pavlos Carrer. Manolis Kalomiris i ...
Michael Haydn... likes of Leopold Mozart, Georg Christoph Wagenseil, Johann Albrechtsberger,and Johann Ernst Eberlin
Mick Jagger... caricature of Jay Leno may pronounce his head and chin; and a caricature ofmight enlarge his lips. Exaggeration of memorable features helps people to ...
Richard Wagner... rhythm, in the first movement of Faschingsschwank aus Wien, for solo piano.also quotes from "La Marseillaise" in his 1839–40 setting of a French tran ...
Kalākaua... and he appointed Thurston—who had served as Minister of Interior under King—to lead a lobbying effort in Washington, DC to secure Hawaiʻi's annexatio ...
Ralph Vaughan Williams... minent, while the 19th-century tradition of sacred cantatas also continued.composed both kinds: "festival" cantatas such as Toward the Unknown Region ...
Michael Nyman... malism also emerged, led by composers such as Philip Glass, Steve Reich and. This was a break from the intellectual serial music of the tradition of ...
Dizzy Gillespie... In 1988, Gang Starr released the debut single "Words I Manifest", sampling's 1962 "Night in Tunisia", and Stetsasonic released "Talkin' All That Jaz ...
Bryan Adams... nts to Be Alone" on his new album Kaleidoscope. Furtado sang in a duet withat the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. The ...
Little Richard... Jackson, Jimmy Cliff, Joe Frazier, Buddy Guy, Ice Cube, Ludacris, Dr. Dre,, Dick Gregory, MC Hammer, Prince, Jesse Jackson, Ice-T, Jerry Lee Lewis, ...
Peter Wolf... uilt This City", written by Bernie Taupin, Martin Page, Dennis Lambert, andand was engineered by Grammy-winning producer Bill Bottrell and arranged b ...
Claude Debussy... hers at university. He cites Béla Bartók, Igor Stravinsky, Perotin, Leonin,and Organum musical style as important influences, but what made the bigge ...
Bill Champlin... w label (Warner Brothers), and the addition of keyboardist/guitarist/singer(of Sons of Champlin fame) and guitarist Chris Pinnick (who had played on ...
Elton John... cent years have included Ray Charles (May 2002), Paul McCartney (May 2003),(September 2005), and (July 2006)
Georg Christoph Wagenseil... ument with string orchestra. Composers include the likes of Leopold Mozart,, Johann Albrechtsberger, Michael Haydn and Johann Ernst Eberlin
James Brown... Bonnie Bramlett in a Columbus, Ohio Holiday Inn bar, the singer referred toas a "jive-ass nigger", then upped the ante by pronouncing Ray Charles a " ...
Hakon Andersen... demonstrated early musical talent at age 10 when he was first encouraged byand Paul Hellmuth, although he was largely self-taught. Completing primary ...
Richard Dean Anderson... axy via a network of alien transportation devices. Played by American actor, O'Neill was a main character in the first eight seasons of Stargate SG-1 ...
Joe Maneri... te Coleman, and John Coltrane, as well as many lesser-known figures such asand Joe Harriott. Free jazz allowed for radical improvised departures from ...
Harry McClintock"Big Rock Candy Mountain", first recorded byin 1928, is a song about a hobo's idea of paradise, a modern version of th ...
Spyridon Xyndas... n 1815. Prominent representatives of this genre include Nikolaos Mantzaros,, Spyridon Samaras and Pavlos Carrer. Manolis Kalomiris is considered the ...
Joseph Ryelandt... vitas (1926), Benedicite (1930), Dona nobis pacem (1936), and Hodie (1954).also composed secular and sacred cantatas, such as Le chant de la pauvreté ...
Franco Battiato... t for the new wave, because there were some groups and singers like Krisma,, Giuni Russo, Alice, Diaframma, Pankow, Garbo, Fausto Rossi, Alberto Came ...
Billy Preston... p also consisted of Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Nicky Hopkins, Yoko Ono,and Klaus Voormann. The band played Lennon's Cold Turkey and Ono's Don't W ...
Ray Charles... d to James Brown as a "jive-ass nigger", then upped the ante by pronouncinga "blind, ignorant, nigger". Costello apologised at a New York City press ...
John Coltrane... rtant (and disparate) figures as Cecil Taylor, Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman, and, as well as many lesser-known figures such as Joe Maneri and Joe Harriott ...
Tim Curry... ntually played by the original performer from its run on London's West End,. Appeared as himself in The Rutles film All You Need Is Cash in 1978. In ...
Stephen Sondheim... next appeared, and bow. Rodgers' daughter Mary caught sight of her friend,, across several rows; both had eyes wet with tears
Lonnie Donegan... an styles, including boogie woogie and the blues. The skiffle craze, led by, utilised amateurish versions of American folk songs and encouraged many ...
Cecil Taylor... (Something Else! and Tomorrow Is the Question) and the first two albums by(Jazz Advance and Looking Ahead) mark the beginnings of free jazz, though ...
Neil Innes... : Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Also performing:, Carol Cleveland and Tom Hanks
Steve Reich... ck Sabbath. Minimalism also emerged, led by composers such as Philip Glass,and Michael Nyman. This was a break from the intellectual serial music of ...
Esperanza Spalding... sed albums such as 2003's Vertical Vision. Another young bassist of note is(born 1984) who, at 27 years of age, already won a Grammy for Best New Art ...
Kurt Cobain... d alternative acts such as Shonen Knife (who were championed in the West by), Pizzicato Five and The Pillows (who gained international attention in 1 ...
Johann Ernst Eberlin... ozart, Georg Christoph Wagenseil, Johann Albrechtsberger, Michael Haydn and
Phil Spector... sound by such innovators as Joe Meek, and the Wall of Sound productions of, continued desegregation of the charts, the rise of surf music, garage ro ...
Albert Hammond, Jr.... ession musician and producer, lending his talent to the likes of Dopo Yume,(of The Strokes) and model/singer Irina Lazareanu. In October 2007 Sean jo ...
Henry VIII of England... tatesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was an important councillor toand was from October 1529 to 16 May 1532. He is commemorated by the Church ...
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Vanessa Petruo... d that four members of the original line-up, excluding original band member, had reformed permanently and were set to record their first studio album ...
Haydn... fic hymns from the Olney books. For example, the tune 'Austria' (originally's 'Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser') is associated today with the hymn 'Glo ...
Miles Davis... releases during the remainder of the 1970s. After also working briefly for, Fulwood died of cancer in 1979
Stevie Wonder... ether after The Beatles broke up. A loose jam involving the two, along with, Harry Nilsson, Jesse Ed Davis and others, was recorded at Record Plant S ...
Bramwell Tovey... ear contract, and in 2007 he was given a one-year extension. In March 2008,was named to the post for an initial two-year contract beginning Summer of ...
Jackie McLeanSince the mid-1950s, saxophonisthad been exploring a concept he called "The Big Room", where the often str ...
Hirokazu Tanaka... r EarthBound. The album was composed by Hiroshi Kanazu, Keiichi Suzuki, and, and was released by Sony Records in Japan on November 2, 1994
Anton Webern... ggest impact on his compositions was the serialism of Arnold Schoenberg and
Pedro Eustache... , dholak / Chandrasekhar, Balu Raghuraman: violins / Eric Clapton: guitar /: wind instruments / Sunil Gupta: flute / Anuradha Krishamurthi, O.S. Arun ...
Peter Wolf... the sessions because all the keyboard work in the studio was being done by(who had played on the sessions for Nuclear Furniture and briefly joined t ...
Lee Altus... a lengthy search for a new lead guitarist. Among those who auditioned wereof Heathen and Eric Meyer of Dark Angel fame. Meyer had been invited to jo ...
Peter Maxwell DaviesGuests have included, Lily Allen, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Richard Dawkins, Cleo Laine, Chri ...
Philip Glass... ppelin and Black Sabbath. Minimalism also emerged, led by composers such as, Steve Reich and Michael Nyman. This was a break from the intellectual se ...
Spyridon Samaras... representatives of this genre include Nikolaos Mantzaros, Spyridon Xyndas,and Pavlos Carrer. Manolis Kalomiris is considered the founder of the Gree ...
Leonard Nimoy... in "Invasive Procedures", and later joined the cast of as the Vulcan Tuvok.and DeForest Kelley declined to appear. Their lines, as Spock and McCoy, w ...
Esa-Pekka Salonen... o conductors to officially hold the title. as such (though as stated above,was initially offered the position under Previn before having the offer wi ...
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble... o cited him as a major influence. James was also covered by blues-rock bandmany times in concert. The most famous of these covers is one that came by ...
Leopold Mozart... a concerto instrument with string orchestra. Composers include the likes of, Georg Christoph Wagenseil, Johann Albrechtsberger, Michael Haydn and Joh ...
Karen Black... er lover Bruce Dern making a living from her phoney powers. William Devane,and Cathleen Nesbitt co-starred. It was the only Hitchcock film scored by ...
Rod ClementsMcTell re-recorded "Streets of London" with bassistand backing vocalists Prelude. Released as a single late in 1974, it rocke ...
Lee HoldridgeMay co-composed a mini-opera with, Il Colosso, for Steve Barron's 1996 film, The Adventures of Pinocchio. M ...
Jonathan Segel... eup at the time of recording was David Lowery (lead vocals, rhythm guitar),(violin, keyboards, guitar, backing vocals), Chris Molla (guitar, backing ...
Holly Near... ce Johnson Reagon and her group Sweet Honey in the Rock, and peace activist. Women's music also refers to the wider industry of women's music that go ...
Sun RaMuch of's music could be classified as free jazz, especially his work from the 19 ...
Giuseppe Verdi... rseillaise" in his 1839–40 setting of a French translation of Heine's poem.quotes from "La Marseillaise" in his patriotic anthem Hymn of the Nations, ...
Arnold Schoenberg... , but what made the biggest impact on his compositions was the serialism ofand Anton Webern
Lily AllenGuests have included Peter Maxwell Davies,, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Richard Dawkins, Cleo Laine, Christopher Hitc ...
Jerry Goldsmith... an television anthology series The Twilight Zone, with an original score by
Sarah Brightman... en performed at the venue. Lloyd Webber, the original London cast includingand Michael Crawford, and four previous actors of the titular character, a ...
Barbra Streisand... sed such popular hits as "(Have I Stayed) Too Long at the Fair" recorded byand the jazz standard "Something Cool" recorded by June Christy
Pavlos Carrer... his genre include Nikolaos Mantzaros, Spyridon Xyndas, Spyridon Samaras and. Manolis Kalomiris is considered the founder of the Greek National School ...
Giacomo Puccini... , "Two Little Wooden Shoes", intending to adapt it for an opera. His friendbecame interested in the story and began a court action, claiming that bec ...
Jimmy McCracklin... ppear on Let It Be, this set included "Teddy Boy" and "The Walk" (a song by). It was this version that first leaked out, was broadcast on multiple ra ...
Jimmy GiuffreTheTrio (with Paul Bley and Steve Swallow) received little attention during t ...
Link Wray... ly influenced by early rockabilly, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll likeand Hasil Adkins, 1960s surf music acts such as The Ventures and Dick Dale ...
Béla Bartók... as Le chant de la pauvreté op. 92 in 1928 and Veni creator op. 123 in 1938.composed the secular Cantata Profana, subtitled "The Nine Splendid Stags" ...
Pietro MascagniThe composerbought the rights for her story, "Two Little Wooden Shoes", intending to a ...
Eminem... of multisyllabic rhymes, by artists such as Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane, and
Michael Kamen#* – string conductor, string arrangemen
Beethoven... historically informed performance movement. Performances of composers fromto Arnold Schoenberg with limited vibrato are now not uncommon. Norrington ...
Bruno Walter... ors with whom the orchestra has had close ties include Sir John Barbirolli,, Leopold Stokowski, Albert Coates, Fritz Reiner, and Erich Leinsdorf; mor ...
James Newton Howard... by the Hollywood Records label and the film score was composed by musician. A joint collective effort to commit to the film's production was made by ...
Charlie Parker... k "Jazz Thing" (CBS, 1990) for the soundtrack of Mo' Better Blues, samplingand Ramsey Lewis. Gang Starr also collaborated with Branford Marsalis and ...
Christoph Willibald Gluck... bligato line in the oratorio Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots (K35, 1767)includes trombones in five of his operas: Iphigénie en Aulide (1774), Orfe ...
Buju Banton... i-homosexual culture in Jamaica, many reggae and dancehall artists, such as, Elephant Man, Sizzla, have published song lyrics advocating violence aga ...
Michael Jackson... ool teacher rather than a schoolgirl. Among Ross's costars were Lena Horne,, Richard Pryor, Nipsey Russell and Ted Ross. Upon its October 1978 releas ...
Bernice Johnson Reagon... n, Meg Christian, and Margie Adam, African-American women activists such asand her group Sweet Honey in the Rock, and peace activist Holly Near. Wome ...
Paul McCartney... " single was number one on the UK chart in July 1957, when Lennon first met
Luther Dixon... t with Greenberg to her newly formed company, Scepter Records. Working with, the group rose to fame with "Tonight's the Night". After a successful pe ...
Quincy Jones... age was dissolved in 1992. From 1992 until 1995, Kinski lived with musician. In 1993, their daughter, Kenya Julia Miambi Sarah Jones, was born
Harold BuddAmbient composer(raised in the desert town of Victorville, CA) recites his "Poem: Distant ...
Constantine Koukias... orges Lentz, Richard Mills, Ross Edwards, Stephen Leek, Matthew Hindson andhave embodied the pinnacle of established Australian composers
Manolis Kalomiris... de Nikolaos Mantzaros, Spyridon Xyndas, Spyridon Samaras and Pavlos Carrer.is considered the founder of the Greek National School. In the 20 century, ...
Richard Wagner... sical experiments for the V2. Wieland Wagner, the grandson of the composer,, was the deputy civilian director there from September 1944 to April 1945 ...
Michael Jackson... iod, rarely play cuts from the teen idols of the era, with the exception of, who began his career as a teen idol but whose career eventually evolved ...
Cecil Taylor... en strict rules of bebop could be loosened or abandoned at will. Similarly,, the most prominent free jazz pianist, began stretching the bop boundarie ...
Harry Connick, Jr.... 07) directed by William Friedkin, starring Ashley Judd, Michael Shannon and, was filmed in Olancha
Irving BerlinHe performed a song and dance rendition of thestandard, "Let's Face the Music and Dance". Finally, there was the "Colone ...
John Bonham... med on drums with Jimmy Page, Ronnie Lane, Max Middleton and fellow drummeron acoustic guitar for the gig premiering Roy Harper's album Valentine
Jerry Lee Lewis... Dre, Little Richard, Dick Gregory, MC Hammer, Prince, Jesse Jackson, Ice-T,, Bootsy Collins, LL Cool J, Lil Wayne, Lenny Kravitz, 50 Cent, Stevie Won ...
Glen Goins... Parliament-Funkadelic, McKnight retired from touring with the band in 2008.(vocals, guitar; 1954–1978
Terry Jennings... t in Young's life from mid-1950s onwards, when he was introduced to them byand Billy Higgins. He said that "everybody [he] knew and worked with was v ...
Jonathan LarsonRent, a 1996 musical by, is based on La bohème. Here the lovers, Roger and Mimi, are faced with A ...
Andy McCluskeyThe group was founded in 1978 byand Paul Humphreys who remained, and were perceived as, the core members. ...
Keith Richards... of heavy rock with his band, The Jeff Beck Group. Dave Davies of The Kinks,of The Rolling Stones, Pete Townshend of The Who, Hendrix, Clapton and Bec ...
John Coltrane... dwig van Beethoven, as well as of musicians in the tradition represented by. In accordance to this spiritual perspective, Coleman’s music became rath ...
Saint-Saëns... et's Thaïs-Méditation (originally for violin), Rachmaninoff's Vocalise, and' Le cygne (The Swan) (originally for violoncello)
BerioMany contemporary composers specify highly specialized scordatura., for example, asks the player to tune his strings E-G♯-A-G in Sequenza XI ...
Stevie Wonder... ry Lee Lewis, Bootsy Collins, LL Cool J, Lil Wayne, Lenny Kravitz, 50 Cent,, and Don King, among others. All of the public and private memorial servi ...
Keith Moon... be considered the first true power pop songs. These songs are propelled by's aggressive drumming and Pete Townshend's distinctive power chords, and ...
Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel... only composed by Bach but also by Dieterich Buxtehude, Christoph Graupner,and Georg Philipp Telemann, to name a few. Many secular cantatas were comp ...
Nobuo Uematsu... rth American concert for the popular Final Fantasy franchise game music, by. The orchestra has most recently recorded the sound track for the video g ...
Eric Carmen... Who's role in the creation of power pop has been cited by singer-songwriterof the Raspberries, who has said
Richard Rodgers... udolf Friml and Sigmund Romberg, but his most famous collaboration was with
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov... nfinished upon the composer's death in 1887 and was edited and completed byand Alexander Glazunov. It was first performed in St. Petersburg, Russia, ...
Percy Mayfield... he influenced such performers as Floyd Dixon, Cecil Gant, Ivory Joe Hunter,, Johnny Ace and Ray Charles
Marvin Gaye... hit as did the chart-topping ballad, "Missing You", which was a tribute to, who had died earlier that year. Her 1985 album, Eaten Alive, found major ...
Josh HommeIn an interview with NME,revealed plans of a re-issue of Rated R which would feature B-side recordi ...
Dimitri Mitropoulos... t garde and modern classical music, with figures such as Iannis Xenakis andachieving international prominence
Giovanni Paisiello... uccini was tempted to follow the text of Sardou's play and use the music of, before finally writing his own imitation of Paisello's style. It was not ...
Herb AlpertThe first known appearance of Miss Piggy was on theTV special Herb Alpert and the TJB, broadcast on October 13, 1974, on ABC. ...
Dieterich Buxtehude... r the liturgy or other occasions were not only composed by Bach but also by, Christoph Graupner, Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel and Georg Philipp Teleman ...
Pete Townshend... Beck Group. Dave Davies of The Kinks, Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones,of The Who, Hendrix, Clapton and Beck all pioneered the use of new guitar ...
Garry Schyman... ntly recorded the sound track for the video game: Bioshock 2 as composed by
Norma WatersonOther notable triangle players include English folk singer, newcomer Moody Mascott, from the new wave/minimalist German French pop g ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... nd roll hits included Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino, Little Richard,, and Gene Vincent. Bo Diddley in particular introduced a new beat and uni ...
Eddie Cochran... d was a typical example of early hard rock including a heavy version of the's classic "C'mon Everybody". Both UFO 1 and its follow-up , were successf ...
Miles Davis... of singles on Capitol Records in 1949 and 1950 of a nonet led by trumpeter, collected and released first on a ten-inch and later a twelve-inch as th ...
Scelsi... example, asks the player to tune his strings E-G♯-A-G in Sequenza XIVb andasks for both F-A-D-E and F-A-F-E in Nuits
Paul HumphreysThe group was founded in 1978 by Andy McCluskey andwho remained, and were perceived as, the core members. Adding sidemen Malc ...
Sarah Brightman... a mix of opera and musical stars, including Samuel Ramey, Barbara Cook and. Kenrick recommends the 1962 studio recording, though it is not yet avail ...
Oscar Hammerstein I... liam Hammerstein. His grandfather was German-born Jewish theater impresario, and his mother was the daughter of Scottish and English parents. Hammers ...
Tom Rothrock... d at the bar in Luna Lounge, it was produced by the team of Rob Schnapf and. XO also contained some instrumentation from Los Angeles musicians Joey W ...
Camille Saint-Saëns... ore in 1915 to The Fall of a Nation (a sequel to The Birth of a Nation) and' music for The Assassination of the Duke of Guise in 1908. It was precede ...
Michael Nesmith... was produced by Jonathan Wacks and Peter McCarthy, with executive producer, and stars Harry Dean Stanton and Emilio Estevez
Alexander Glazunov... s death in 1887 and was edited and completed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and. It was first performed in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1890
Oscar Hammerstein II... e a mountain” told Martin that he thought she had something special. It was(pp. 58–59). This marked the start of her career
Jorge Antunes... inger, Christian Wolff, Joseph Schillinger, Moritz Eggert, Iraida Yusupova,, Vladimir Komarov and Anis Fuleihan
Christoph Graupner... r occasions were not only composed by Bach but also by Dieterich Buxtehude,, Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel and Georg Philipp Telemann, to name a few. Ma ...
King Henry VIII... into lawlessness, though the Vicar of Wymondham was appointed by the Abbot.'s Dissolution of the Monasteries brought about the closure of Wymondham A ...
John Carpenter... tember 1993, when he was 12. The following year he acquired a minor role in's In the Mouth of Madness. From 1995 through 1999, he appeared in several ...
Harrison Birtwistle... to the BBC Proms Archive web-site, on 9 August 1976. The programme included's Meridian and Arnold Schoenberg's First Chamber Symphony. In 1977 he bec ...
Massenet... ando. Examples of works well suited for performance on the theremin include's Thaïs-Méditation (originally for violin), Rachmaninoff's Vocalise, and ...
Iannis Xenakis... development of avant garde and modern classical music, with figures such asand Dimitri Mitropoulos achieving international prominence
Henry Mancini... triangle also provides the trademark percussion during the opening bars of's famous theme for The Pink Panther
Randy Stonehill... the sister-in-law of Stephen J. Cannell and had previously been married tofrom 1975–1980. They first met at the Los Angeles First Congregational Chu ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... torio, not excluding the possibility of a brilliant climax in a fugue as in's Glorreiche Augenblick, Carl Maria von Weber's Jubel-Kantate, and Felix ...
Arnold Schoenberg... on 9 August 1976. The programme included Harrison Birtwistle's Meridian and's First Chamber Symphony. In 1977 he became assistant conductor of the Ro ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... d in the mid 1950s by white singers such as Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and, who drew mainly on the country roots of the music. Many other popular ro ...
Hermann Schroeder... ty of Cologne. He had training in harmony and counterpoint, the latter with, but he did not develop a real interest in composition until 1950. He was ...
George RussellThe modal theory stems from a work by, but again Miles Davis unveiled this shift to the rest of the jazz world ...
Mariah Carey... use of melisma, a gospel tradition adapted by vocalists Whitney Houston andwould become a cornerstone of contemporary R&B singers beginning in the la ...
Jeff Beck... c rock, which combined elements of jazz, blues and rock and roll. From 1967brought lead guitar to new heights of technical virtuosity and moved blues ...
François Rabbath... mmers at the Interlochen National Music Camp in Michigan and French bassist(b. 1931) who developed a new bass method that divided the entire fingerbo ...
Fats Domino... of the music. Many other popular rock and roll singers of the time, such asand Little Richard, came out of the black rhythm and blues tradition, maki ...
Oscar Hammerstein II... m car crashes leading to vocal instruction, unknowingly singing in front of, to her final break on Broadway granted by the very prominent producer, L ...
Andy McCluskeyFoundersand Paul Humphreys met at primary school in Meols on the Wirral Peninsula, ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber's... er 2011, the Hall was used to broadcast the 25th anniversary performance ofPhantom of the Opera to cinemas across the UK - it was also the first time ...
Lenny Kravitz... esse Jackson, Ice-T, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bootsy Collins, LL Cool J, Lil Wayne,, 50 Cent, Stevie Wonder, and Don King, among others. All of the public an ...
Henry VIII of England... nd tariffs on goods traded amongst them. Internal tariffs were abolished by, they survived in Russia till 1753, 1789 in France and 1839 in Spain
Paul Shaffer... is offbeat humor. The show also got a house band, hiring prominent musicianto lead the group named The World's Most Dangerous Band
Alfred HarthIn 1967 classical strings-focused Just Music had been formed byand been recorded on ECM (1002) in 1969 in West Germany
George Tolhurst... on in Europe or the United Kingdom. One of the earliest known composers was, whose oratorio Ruth was the first composed in the then colony of Victori ...
Carly Simon... ta Pallenberg, Marsha Hunt, Pamela Des Barres, Uschi Obermaier, Bebe Buell,, Margaret Trudeau, Mackenzie Phillips, Janice Dickinson, Carla Bruni, Sop ...
Dave Davies... ues-rock in the direction of heavy rock with his band, The Jeff Beck Group.of The Kinks, Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, Pete Townshend of The ...
Paul HumphreysFounders Andy McCluskey andmet at primary school in Meols on the Wirral Peninsula, in the early 1960s ...
Georg Philipp Telemann... by Dieterich Buxtehude, Christoph Graupner, Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel and, to name a few. Many secular cantatas were composed for events in the nob ...
Roy Harper... on and fellow drummer John Bonham on acoustic guitar for the gig premiering's album Valentine
Chopin... howman, unpredictably and whimsically mixing serious with light fare, e.g.,with "Home on the Range." For a while, he played piano along with a phonog ...
Stevie Ray Vaughan... c scene, with local artists such as Willie Nelson, Asleep at the Wheel, andand iconic music venues such as the Armadillo World Headquarters. The long ...
Rachmaninoff... n the theremin include Massenet's Thaïs-Méditation (originally for violin),'s Vocalise, and Saint-Saëns' Le cygne (The Swan) (originally for violonce ...
Carl Perkins... layed and recorded in the mid 1950s by white singers such as Elvis Presley,and Jerry Lee Lewis, who drew mainly on the country roots of the music. Ma ...
AdeleOn 22 September 2011filmed her DVD Live At The Royal Albert Hall
James Hetfield... due to drinking, drug use, violent behavior and personality conflicts withand Lars Ulrich, Mustaine and bassist Dave Ellefson formed Megadeth in Los ...
Roger WatersJune 22, 2006, Pink Floyd frontmanplayed a live concert at the village, attracting over 50,000 fans
Charlie Chaplin... ew film industry and motion pictures, but as a spectator only. To Huston, "was a god.
Ray Charles... s Floyd Dixon, Cecil Gant, Ivory Joe Hunter, Percy Mayfield, Johnny Ace and
Harry NilssonIn 1974, he played drums on's album "Pussy Cats" produced by John Lennon
Christopher Rouse... ni Rautavaara's Angel Of Dusk (1980), Gian Carlo Menotti's Concerto (1983),'s Concerto (1985), and Henry Brant's Ghost Nets (1988). In the first deca ...
Herbert Stothart... ursue theatre, Hammerstein began his first professional collaboration, with, Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. He began as an apprentice and went on to ...
Jimmy Page... s, but the next year he started to work with former-Led Zeppelin guitarist,, which resulted in the album Coverdale and Page
Marilyn Manson... albums. The only track to make it on to a full Berlin release is a cover of's "The Dope Show", which is included on Berlin's 4play album as well as t ...
Harry Lauder... liest recorded proprietors are the Lauder of the Bass family, from whom Siris descended. According to legend, the island is said to have been a gift ...
Pete WaySinger Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist, and drummer Andy Parker formed the band in August 1969. Originally takin ...
Frank ZappaIn 1971, he had a cameo role in's film 200 Motels. He acted in drag as a nun fearful of death from overdo ...
James Horner... dged version of the song at the Oscars, accompanied by the house orchestra.and Will Jennings won the award that night for best song with "My Heart Wi ...
John Barry... n May 2011, singing Goldfinger in tribute to the recently deceased composer. On 20 June 2011, Bassey returned to perform Diamonds Are Forever and Gol ...
Darius Milhaud... vaerts, who had just completed studies with Olivier Messiaen (analysis) and(composition) in Paris, and Stockhausen resolved to do likewise (Kurtz 199 ...
Carl Maria von Weber... liant climax in a fugue as in Ludwig van Beethoven's Glorreiche Augenblick,'s Jubel-Kantate, and Felix Mendelssohn's Die erste Walpurgisnacht. Mendel ...
Lars Ulrich... rug use, violent behavior and personality conflicts with James Hetfield and, Mustaine and bassist Dave Ellefson formed Megadeth in Los Angeles. Musta ...
Bruce Dickinson... uise of fictitious record producer Bruce Dickinson (not to be confused with, lead singer for Iron Maiden), Walken makes passionate and slightly unhin ...
Ernie Isley... Isley Brothers are an American musical group consisting of brothers Ron and. The founding members of the band were Ronald Isley, older brothers Rudy ...
Randy Stonehill... inception in 1967 until Norman's death in February 2008. For over a decadewas Norman's protégé, colleague, collaborator, and one of his best friends ...
Larry WallisAfter brief trial runs with(February - October 1972) and Bernie Marsden (he toured with UFO in Europe ...
Dave Ellefson... onality conflicts with James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, Mustaine and bassistformed Megadeth in Los Angeles. Mustaine later said, "After getting fired ...
Eric Stefani... oarded it and designed Ned Flanders. Several of the scenes were laid out by, brother of Gwen Stefani. In this episode, Barney had yellow hair which w ...
Jimmy Van Heusen... tharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, George Cukor, Cary Grant, Rex Harrison, and. In his autobiography The Moon's a Balloon, David Niven confirms that the ...
Edgar Meyer... uta-Aho (b. 1941), Italian composer Fernando Grillo, and US player-composer. For a longer list, see the List of contemporary classical double bass pl ...
Mahler... e bass. In the Romantic era and the 20th century, composers such as Wagner,, Beethoven, Busoni, and Prokofiev also requested notes below the low E. T ...
Juan Morel Campos... this, the music band was organized. In September of that same year (1883),formally organized the Ponce Fire Corps Municipal Band which exists to thi ...
Otto Harbach... merstein began his first professional collaboration, with Herbert Stothart,and Frank Mandel. He began as an apprentice and went on to form a 20-year ...
Will Jennings... he song at the Oscars, accompanied by the house orchestra. James Horner andwon the award that night for best song with "My Heart Will Go On" (sung by ...
Ozzy Osbourne... nsters of Rock festival in Brazil, co-headlining alongside Alice Cooper and. In January 1995, Megadeth appeared on the soundtrack of the horror film ...
Ray Charles... ers, as a video showed Brown's last performance in Augusta, Georgia and theversion of "Georgia On My Mind" played soulfully in the background. Brown' ...
Jerome Kern... e next forty years, Hammerstein teamed with many other composers, including, with whom Hammerstein enjoyed a highly successful collaboration. In 1927 ...
Harry Connick, Jr.... en Harry Met Sally... soundtrack album features American singer and pianist. Bobby Colomby, the drummer for Blood, Sweat & Tears, was a friend of Rei ...
Bill Evans... as the Birth of the Cool. Cool jazz recordings by Chet Baker, Dave Brubeck,, Gil Evans, Stan Getz and the Modern Jazz Quartet usually have a "lighter ...
Elton John... ones with opening act Living Colour for a six-night run in October 1989 and& Eric Clapton in August 1992
Johann Sebastian Bach... " reinterprets the introduction of Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 by, speeding up the tempo
Gwen Stefani... d Flanders. Several of the scenes were laid out by Eric Stefani, brother of. In this episode, Barney had yellow hair which was the same color as his ...
Brian Eno... ting to keyboards. The pair shared a love of electronic music, particularlyand
Randy StonehillThe relationship between pioneer Christian rock musicians Larry Norman and, sometimes described as the Lennon–McCartney of Christian rock, was a con ...
Tom Zé... artists such as Cornershop, Os Mutantes, Los De Abajo, Jim White, Zap Mama,, Los Amigos Invisibles and King Chango
Dolly Parton... amous entertainers have performed at the Canfield Fair, including Bob Hope,, Rascal Flatts, The Beach Boys, The Monkees, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Brad Pa ...
Ani DiFranco... -it-yourself experimental bands like Pavement, to punk-folk singers such as. Many countries have developed an extensive local indie scene, flourishin ...
Celine Dion... won the award that night for best song with "My Heart Will Go On" (sung by) from the film Titanic. Smith did not voice disappointment about not winn ...
Prokofiev... the 20th century, composers such as Wagner, Mahler, Beethoven, Busoni, andalso requested notes below the low E. There are two common methods for mak ...
Woody Guthrie... tained audiences with folk and blues songs by artists such as Leadbelly and. This proved so popular that in July 1954 he recorded a fast-tempoed vers ...
Frederick the Great... tain and Russia. Elizabeth sided against Prussia over a personal dislike of. She wanted him reduced within proper limits, so that he might no longer ...
Dave Brubeck... a twelve-inch as the Birth of the Cool. Cool jazz recordings by Chet Baker,, Bill Evans, Gil Evans, Stan Getz and the Modern Jazz Quartet usually hav ...
Karl Jenkins... aturing silhouettes of people wearing diamonds, to the music of Palladio by. A 2010 commercial for Verizon Wireless parodied the De Beers spots
Pauline Oliveros... SIM comprises some 300 performing artists and scholars worldwide, including, Oliver Lake, Stephen Nachmanovitch, Thomas Buckner, Robert Dick, India C ...
Alfred Newman"The Robe" (1953) composed byconducting the Hollywood Symphony Orchestra (Varese Sarabande VSD 5295
Alexander Borodin... Knyaz' Igor' ) is an opera in four acts with a prologue. It was composed by. The composer adapted the libretto from the East Slavic epic The Lay of I ...
Duke Ellington... 1950s included bassist Jimmy Blanton (1918–1942) whose short tenure in theSwing band (cut short by his death from tuberculosis) introduced new melod ...
George Clinton... and Bootsy left to join Parliament-Funkadelic, the collective conducted by. The onslaught of the slickly commercial style of disco caught Brown off ...
Olivier Messiaen... met Belgian composer Karel Goeyvaerts, who had just completed studies with(analysis) and Darius Milhaud (composition) in Paris, and Stockhausen reso ...
Henry VIII... arrows and 137 whole longbows were recovered from the Mary Rose, a ship of's navy that sank at Portsmouth in 1545
Oliver Lake... 300 performing artists and scholars worldwide, including Pauline Oliveros,, Stephen Nachmanovitch, Thomas Buckner, Robert Dick, India Cooke, Jane Ir ...
Koichi Sugiyama... ble key development team; Yuji Horii (creator), Akira Toriyama (artist) and(composer). The original concepts, used since the first game, took element ...
Karen Black... film, 1976's Family Plot. In the same film, the diamond smuggler played bycould also fit that role, as she wears a long blonde wig in various scenes ...
Fats Domino... her artists with early rock and roll hits included Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley,, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Gene Vincent. Bo Diddley in particu ...
Vincent Youmans... r, Three Sisters, and Very Warm for May. Hammerstein also collaborated with(Wildflower), Rudolf Friml (Rose-Marie), and Sigmund Romberg (The Desert S ...
Karel Goeyvaerts... ). At the Darmstädter Ferienkurse in 1951, Stockhausen met Belgian composer, who had just completed studies with Olivier Messiaen (analysis) and Dari ...
Ross Edwards... , Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges Lentz, Richard Mills,, Stephen Leek, Matthew Hindson and Constantine Koukias have embodied the ...
Richard Dean AndersonJohn Symes approached Michael Greenburg andof MacGyver fame. Although Anderson was never a real fan of the science fi ...
Rudolf Friml... m for May. Hammerstein also collaborated with Vincent Youmans (Wildflower),(Rose-Marie), and Sigmund Romberg (The Desert Song and The New Moon)
Little Richard... ith early rock and roll hits included Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino,, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Gene Vincent. Bo Diddley in particular introduced a ...
Billy Joel... avies of Supertramp, and Richard "Magic Dick" Salwitz of The J. Geils Band.famously plays the harmonica, in addition to his piano, on his signature s ...
David Foster... ajor phase of the band's career took off in late 1981—with a new producer (), a new label (Warner Brothers), and the addition of keyboardist/guitaris ...
Felix Mendelssohn... eethoven's Glorreiche Augenblick, Carl Maria von Weber's Jubel-Kantate, and's Die erste Walpurgisnacht. Mendelssohn's Symphony Cantata, the Lobgesang ...
Olivia Newton-John... ulling a crew member onstage, making her do jumping jacks along with him to's "Physical". The second comedy piece was a remote titled "The Shame of t ...
Sigmund Romberg... laborated with Vincent Youmans (Wildflower), Rudolf Friml (Rose-Marie), and(The Desert Song and The New Moon)
Haydn... d biographies of several prominent figures of his time, including Napoleon,, Mozart, Rossini and Metastasio
Eddie Cochran... udge. San Francisco band Blue Cheer released a crude and distorted cover of's classic "Summertime Blues", from their 1968 debut album Vincebus Eruptu ...
Mozart... aphies of several prominent figures of his time, including Napoleon, Haydn,, Rossini and Metastasio
Robert Schumann... Mendelssohn's Symphony Cantata is a cantata with three symphonic preludes.wrote the cantata Paradise and the Peri. The full lyric possibilities of a ...
Richard Wagner... as Charles Darwin, Victor Hugo and Friedrich Nietzsche, and was a friend to, Louis Pasteur and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, among others
Lester Bowie... g Muhal Richard Abrams, Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette,, Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph Jarman, Famadou Don Moye, Malachi Favors and Geo ...
James Newton Howard... d for both an Academy Award and a Satellite award for her role in the film.was honored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers f ...
Pierre Henry... ell as the musique concrète works of composers such as Pierre Schaeffer and
Leo Lyons... cted guitarist. On a new label, Chrysalis Records, and with a new producer,(formerly of Ten Years After), UFO recorded Phenomenon in 1974, which debu ...
Gordon Hamilton... icks and Robert Hughes. In recent times composers including Julian Cochran,, Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chern ...
Willie Love... ntroduced at an early age. Alcohol definitely killed his band-mates/friendsand Johnny Jones at an early age. His regular rhythm guitarist Homesick Ja ...
Kirk Brandon... post-punk stars, Dead Men Walking, which included Mike Peters of The Alarm,of Theatre of Hate and Spear of Destiny, and Pete Wylie of Wah! He now is ...
James Brown... recent commonly used break is the Tramen, which combines the Amen break, afunk breakbeat ("Tighten Up" or "Samurai" break) and an Alex Reece drum an ...
Micky Dolenz... the late 1960s after their TV show became an over night success, especiallyand Davy Jones. The English born member of The Monkees Davy Jones was regu ...
Lennie Tristano... etical underpinnings of cool jazz were set out by the blind Chicago pianist, and its influence stretches into such later developments as Bossa nova, ...
Andy Bell... ong, organist, conductor and former principal of the Royal Academy of Music;, lead vocalist of the electronic pop duo Erasure; Barrie Forgie, leader ...
Bengt Hallberg... gence of such major figures as baritone saxophonist Lars Gullin and pianist. The theoretical underpinnings of cool jazz were set out by the blind Chi ...
Sarah Brendel... The Dust and Walking Backwards) with the German Christian singer/songwriterfor her record "Early Morning hours". Brendel has long adored Larry Norman ...
Johnny Cash... abilly was underlined by the success of songs like "Folsom Prison Blues" by, "Blue Suede Shoes" by Perkins and "Heartbreak Hotel" by Presley. For a f ...
Keith Sweat... the new jack swing sound, a genre innovated by Teddy Riley. Riley's work on's Make It Last Forever (1987), Guy's Guy (1988), and Bobby Brown's Don't ...
Lamont Dozier#"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" (, Brian Holland, Edward Holland, Jr.) – 3:0
Mozart... was an avid fan of music, particularly the works of the composers Cimarosa,and Rossini. He wrote a biography about Rossini, Vie de Rossini (1824), no ...
Joan BrudieuMarch's poetry was set to music by Raimon,and other composers
Michael Jackson... , the exterior pedestrian ramps were used for a motorcycle chase scene with& Diana Ross
Alan Parsons... di Lauper, REO Speedwagon, X, Steel Pulse, The New Cars, Asia, Boyz II Men,, and The Smithereens
Jim Moginie... r Rob Hirst, bass guitarist Andrew James and keyboard player/lead guitarist. While vocalist Peter Garrett was studying at Australian National Univers ...
Mozart... fluences on the Romantic movement generally. In 1810 E.T.A. Hoffmann called, Haydn and Beethoven the three "Romantic Composers", and Ludwig Spohr use ...
Pierre Schaeffer... xus style of Ono as well as the musique concrète works of composers such asand Pierre Henry
W. Edwards Deming... e the world and the United States such statisticians as Walter A. Shewhart,, Harold F. Dodge, George Edwards, Harry Romig, R. L. Jones, Paul Olmstead ...
Roscoe Mitchell... d Abrams, Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Lester Bowie,, Joseph Jarman, Famadou Don Moye, Malachi Favors and George Lewis was for ...
Danny Elfman... g. Smith recorded an orchestral version of "Between the Bars" with composerfor the movie. Smith also contributed a new song, "Miss Misery," and three ...
Robert Hunter... s contributed to two Grateful Dead tribute albums and covered Jerry Garcia/tunes such as "Ship of Fools", "Friend of the Devil", "It Must Have Been t ...
Arnold Schönberg... a number of new works, including Leoš Janáček's From the House of the Dead,'s Erwartung, Igor Stravinsky's Oedipus rex, and Paul Hindemith's Cardilla ...
Minnie DriverDamon dated his Good Will Hunting co-star. He later had a two-year relationship with actress Winona Ryder. From 200 ...
Athol Guy... song Mr. Krinkle, from Pork Soda, and for the song , from the Brown Album.of the Australian folk/pop group The Seekers plays an upright bass. Shanno ...
Jennette McCurdy... n sitcoms also have had an impact on modern country music; in 2008, actress(best known as the sidekick Sam on the teen sitcom iCarly) released her fi ...
David Worrall... posers including Julian Cochran, Gordon Hamilton, Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake,, Graeme Koehne, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley- ...
Beethoven... mantic movement generally. In 1810 E.T.A. Hoffmann called Mozart, Haydn andthe three "Romantic Composers", and Ludwig Spohr used the term "good Roman ...
Peter Green (musician)... of The Rolling Stones, Huey Lewis of Huey Lewis and the News, John Mayall,of Fleetwood Mac, Roger Daltrey of The Who, Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, Rob ...
Gustav Mahler... cting debut with the Berlin Philharmonic (BPO) in 1987, in a performance of's Symphony No. 6. In 1999, Rattle was appointed as successor to Claudio A ...
Rob Hirst... rock band from Sydney originally performing as Farm from 1972 with drummer, bass guitarist Andrew James and keyboard player/lead guitarist Jim Mogin ...
Johannes Brahms... . The full lyric possibilities of a string of choral songs were realized byin his Rinaldo, that—like the Walpurgisnacht—was set to a text by Goethe. ...
Pete Townshend... ggressive melodies and loud distorted guitars put the "power" in power-pop.of The Who coined the term "power pop" in a 1967 interview in which he sai ...
Edward Holland, Jr.#"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland,) – 3:0
Don Kay... overy of European atonality and the avante-garde. Composers like Don Banks,, Malcolm Williamson and Colin Brumby epitomise this period. Others who ad ...
Richard Rodgers... 's most successful and sustained collaboration began when he teamed up withto write a musical adaptation of the play Green Grow the Lilacs. Rodgers' ...
John Mayall... d Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones, Huey Lewis of Huey Lewis and the News,, Peter Green (musician) of Fleetwood Mac, Roger Daltrey of The Who, Steve ...
Joseph Jarman... hreadgill, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell,, Famadou Don Moye, Malachi Favors and George Lewis was formed in 1965 and ...
Frederick the Great... ve Frederick and Margravine Wilhelmina of Bayreuth, the favourite sister of. During this time, under the direction of court architects, Joseph Saint- ...
Matthew LockeAn English work of note from this period is's Music for His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, a suite for Charles II's ...
John Cale... l James Wolf and Lawrence Chandler. It has also been notably influential on's contribution to The Velvet Underground's sound; Cale has been quoted as ...
Michael Schenker... h UFO in Europe and recorded a demo, "Give Her The Gun") the band recruitedfrom Scorpions in June 1973. Schenker was only 18 at the time but was alre ...
Pietro Mascagni... et. A number of Puccini's operatic rivals were there, including Franchetti,, Francesco Cilea and Ildebrando Pizzetti. Shortly after the curtain was r ...
Brian Holland#"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" (Lamont Dozier,, Edward Holland, Jr.) – 3:0
Jay Livingston... NFL coaches Marvin Lewis and Marty Schottenheimer, Oscar-winning songwriterand his brother Alan Livingston, former President of Capitol Records
Rossini... f several prominent figures of his time, including Napoleon, Haydn, Mozart,and Metastasio
Lorenz Hart... sical adaptation of the play Green Grow the Lilacs. Rodgers' first partner,, originally planned collaborate with Rodgers on this piece, but his alcoh ...
Wagner... ng double bass. In the Romantic era and the 20th century, composers such as, Mahler, Beethoven, Busoni, and Prokofiev also requested notes below the ...
Berry Gordy#"Money (That's What I Want)" (Janie Bradford,) – 4:3
Herbert Eimert... 45–48). In March 1953, he left Paris to take up a position as assistant toat the newly established Electronic Music Studio of Nordwestdeutscher Rund ...
Mary Hopkin... "Step Inside Love" (1968, given to Cilla Black), "Goodbye" (1969, given to), "Come and Get it" (1969, given to Badfinger), and early versions of "We ...
Kata Hay... & Dunn lived in Skiatook as a teenager. Youtube celebrity singer/songwriterwas born, and raised in Skiatook, OK
Brian Eno... s the best part of my education and my introduction to musical discipline."was similarly influenced by Young's use of repetition in music. In 1981, h ...
Arnold Schönberg... ell'arte figure of Pierrot, and La Guirlande des Dieux (1910). The composerset a German language version (translated by Otto Erich Hartleben) of sele ...
Paul Rodgers... aylor announced that they would reunite and return to touring in 2005, with(founder and former lead singer of Free and Bad Company). Brian May's webs ...
Claude King... edly influenced by long hours suffered during the filming of Frankenstein),, Noel Madison, Reginald Mason, Bradley Page, Willard Robertson, Ivan Simp ...
Haydn... on the Romantic movement generally. In 1810 E.T.A. Hoffmann called Mozart,and Beethoven the three "Romantic Composers", and Ludwig Spohr used the te ...
Janie Bradford#"Money (That's What I Want)" (, Berry Gordy) – 4:3
Francesco Cilea... uccini's operatic rivals were there, including Franchetti, Pietro Mascagni,and Ildebrando Pizzetti. Shortly after the curtain was raised there was a ...
Giovanni Battista Fontana... dulcians, often with continuo, appeared. Composers included Dario Castello,, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Andrea Cima, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and Matthias ...
Robert Hughes... l idioms include Arthur Benjamin, George Dreyfus, Peggy Glanville-Hicks and. In recent times composers including Julian Cochran, Gordon Hamilton, Liz ...
Marianne Faithfull... agger has also been romantically linked to other women: Chrissie Shrimpton,, Anita Pallenberg, Marsha Hunt, Pamela Des Barres, Uschi Obermaier, Bebe ...
David Essex... Head Shop, Billy Dean, En Vogue, Muslim Magomayev and Boyz II Men. In 1976,did a cover version of the song for the ephemeral musical documentary All ...
Modest Mussorgsky... , like the other members of The Mighty Handful who were involved—César Cui,, and Rimsky-Korsakov—thought about ways to recycle the music he contribut ...
Haydn... 86. It specialises in autograph music manuscripts, including works by Bach,, Wagner, and Mahler. It has been described as "one of the world's greates ...
Harvey Fuqua#"Anyway You Wannta" (, Gwen Gordy) – 2:4
Ignacy Paderewski... studied the technique of the famous Polish pianist and later family friendand at eight met him backstage at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee. "I was i ...
Danny Peyronel... Heavy Petting (May 1976) (the last was recorded with a regular keyboardist,as well as harmony vocalist and also songwriter), and extensive touring br ...
Brahms... ould later bring him greatest acclaim, particularly the works of Beethoven,and Mahler, though he gave the Los Angeles premieres of some of fellow Los ...
Alan Jay Lerner... t for theater performers, producers, managers, and directors. There, he metin 1942. Their first collaboration was a musical adaptation of Barry Conno ...
Hoagy Carmichael... sters. Frances changed her name to "Judy" soon after, inspired by a popularsong. By August 1935 they were broken up when Suzanne Garland flew to Reno ...
Victor Herbert... ores by Louis F. Gottschalk for their films. Other examples of this include's score in 1915 to The Fall of a Nation (a sequel to The Birth of a Natio ...
Lawrence Horn#"Last Call" (Frank Bryant, Autry DeWalt II,) – 2:2
John Henry Maunder... of Brahms and many notable small English choral works, such as cantatas ofand John Stanley, find various ways to set poetry to choral music. The com ...
Al Caiola... ce been covered by Lawrence Welk himself (on the Dot album Scarlet O'Hara),(United Artists - Album "Greasy Kid Stuff"), The Ventures, Agent Orange, H ...
Arnold Schoenberg... ealm of classical music, semi-spoken music was popular stylized by composeras Sprechstimme, and famously used in Ernst Toch's 1924 Geographical Fugue ...
Jerry Dammers... iginated in Coventry, including Frank Ifield, Vince Hill, Delia Derbyshire,, Terry Hall, Neville Staple, Hazel O'Connor, Clint Mansell, Julianne Rega ...
Fuat Güner... lities, he formed Kaygısızlar (The Carefrees), featuring Mazhar Alanson and, future members of the band MFÖ. He recorded several singles and toured w ...
César Cui... nd Borodin, like the other members of The Mighty Handful who were involved—, Modest Mussorgsky, and Rimsky-Korsakov—thought about ways to recycle the ...
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Clint Eastwood... ith (1991), the Oliver Stone-directed JFK (1991), The Bodyguard (1992), and's A Perfect World (1993), all of which provided box office or critical ac ...
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Mel Tormé... lk Alone" had the same sort of effect on him as the 23rd Psalm. When singertold Rodgers that "You'll Never Walk Alone" had made him cry, Rodgers nodd ...
Horace Silver... Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, fronted by Blakey and featuring pianistand trumpeter Clifford Brown, were leaders in the hard bop movement along ...
Pauline Oliveros... times with Bailey and Teitelbaum; Mitchell recorded with Thomas Buckner and.
Little Richard... ny other popular rock and roll singers of the time, such as Fats Domino and, came out of the black rhythm and blues tradition, making the music attra ...
Mazhar Alanson... m different nationalities, he formed Kaygısızlar (The Carefrees), featuringand Fuat Güner, future members of the band MFÖ. He recorded several single ...
Lil' Kim... Awards in September of the year and shocked the audience by touching rapper's exposed breast, pasty-covered nipple, amazed at the young rapper's bras ...
Ralph Rainger... ssful Broadway play Diamond Lil by Mae West. Original music was composed by, John Leipold and Stephan Pasternacki. Charles Lang was responsible for t ...
Cindy BirdsongIn 1983, Ross reunited with former Supremes Mary Wilson andfor the television special . The three performed their 1969 number-one hit ...
Arto Tunçboyacıyan... "Roulette" were played extensively to live audiences. Multi-instrumentalistsings on the song "Bubbles", making his third appearance with System of a ...
Clint Eastwood... 2006, featuring newer, pristine film clips, and additional interviews with, Walter Hill, Harry Carey, Jr., Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and ot ...
Robert Plant... ian) of Fleetwood Mac, Roger Daltrey of The Who, Steven Tyler of Aerosmith,of Led Zeppelin, Bono of U2, Rick Davies of Supertramp, and Richard "Magic ...
Louis F. Gottschalk... 1895. In 1914, The Oz Film Manufacturing Company sent full-length scores byfor their films. Other examples of this include Victor Herbert's score in ...
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Harry Connick, Jr.... Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Bing Crosby, and
SlyBrown's recordings influenced musicians across the industry, most notablyand his Family Stone, Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, ...
Tori Amos... Award, the original fiction anthology featured stories and contributions by, Clive Barker, Gene Wolfe, Tad Williams, and others
Thomas ArmstrongMusicians include Sir, organist, conductor and former principal of the Royal Academy of Music; ...
Charlie Chaplin... St. Vincent Millay, Langston Hughes, Charles Lindbergh, George Gershwin and. Later visitors have included William Everson, Robert Bly, Czesław Miłosz ...
Cimarosa... Stendhal was an avid fan of music, particularly the works of the composers, Mozart and Rossini. He wrote a biography about Rossini, Vie de Rossini ( ...
Miles Davis... style coalesced in 1953 and 1954, paralleling the rise of rhythm and blues.' performance of "Walkin' ", the title track of his album of the same year ...
Vince HillMany notable musicians originated in Coventry, including Frank Ifield,, Delia Derbyshire, Jerry Dammers, Terry Hall, Neville Staple, Hazel O'Con ...
Neil Sedaka... atles did it through their more developed (or "grown up") music. Similarly,had two distinct eras of his career, with about a decade in between: one a ...
Fred Frith... nvolved in experimental and electronic music, including collaborations withand Joelle Leandre, and an electro-acoustic duo with Dina Emerson called C ...
John DolmayanIn May 2009, drummerrevealed that the album is his favorite System of a Down release
Bobby Byrd... 1986. However, the members of his original vocal group, The Famous Flames,, Johnny Terry, Bobby Bennett, and Lloyd Stallworth, were not inducted. Ho ...
André Grétry... tained applications of the term to music occurs in 1789, in the Mémoires of. This is of particular interest because it is a French source on a subjec ...
George Gershwin... inclair Lewis, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Langston Hughes, Charles Lindbergh,and Charlie Chaplin. Later visitors have included William Everson, Robert ...
Ray Charles... arious artists, such as Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra,, Bing Crosby, and Harry Connick, Jr.
Ferruccio Busoni... rvatory in Berlin, one year behind virtuoso Claudio Arrau, and studied withand Eugene d'Albert. He won the coveted Hollander Medal awarded by the sch ...
Luther Dixon... tribution. In order to better promote the group, Greenberg asked songwriter, who had previously worked with Perry Como, Nat King Cole, and Pat Boone ...
Gwen Stefani... Chip, Passion Pit, The Presets, La Roux, Ladytron, Shiny Toy Guns, Hockey,, Ladyhawke and Marina and the Diamonds. While some journalists and fans r ...
Bach... May 1986. It specialises in autograph music manuscripts, including works by, Haydn, Wagner, and Mahler. It has been described as "one of the world's ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... respect and admiration of scholars such as Charles Darwin, Victor Hugo and, and was a friend to Richard Wagner, Louis Pasteur and Henry Wadsworth Lo ...
Beethoven... oire that would later bring him greatest acclaim, particularly the works of, Brahms and Mahler, though he gave the Los Angeles premieres of some of f ...
Dave Alvin... enacher began a solo career, making several solo albums with guests such as. Krummenacher and Segel also ran their own record label, the currently ex ...
Cornelius Cardew... European free improvisation by the UK group AMM, which included at the time, Eddie Prévost, Lou Gare, Keith Rowe and Lawrence Sheaff
Delia Derbyshire... table musicians originated in Coventry, including Frank Ifield, Vince Hill,, Jerry Dammers, Terry Hall, Neville Staple, Hazel O'Connor, Clint Mansell ...
Joseph Schillinger... as a professional musician. He later studied the Schillinger technique with, under whose tutelage he composed what became his signature theme, "Moonl ...
Pete Wylie... ers of The Alarm, Kirk Brandon of Theatre of Hate and Spear of Destiny, andof Wah! He now is a member of Slinky Vagabond with Earl Slick, Clem Burke, ...
Donne... tires targeting everything from literary fads to corrupt noblemen. Althoughhad already circulated satires in manuscript, Hall's was the first real at ...
Barbra Streisand... ou" has been recorded many times, by such diverse artists as Frank Sinatra,, Sammy Davis Jr., Mario Lanza and Chad and Jeremy. The D-flat major theme ...
Wes Montgomery... ost-recorded bassists in jazz history, including LPs by Thelonious Monk andand many Blue Note Records artists; and Paul Chambers (1935–1969), a membe ...
Bob Russell... Cootie Williams, which later became "Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me" with's lyrics, and "The Mooche" for Tricky Sam Nanton and Bubber Miley. He als ...
Johnny Cash... the "Monteagle Grade." There is also a song called "Monteagle Mountain" byon the album Boom Chicka Boom
Karlheinz Stockhausen... ber 1999, being named after "the brightest star in the night sky". Composerhas been claimed to have said on several occasions that he came from a pla ...
Igor Stravinsky... (1954) and the result was reminiscent of earlier works by Aaron Copland andwith its "jazz-based harmonies and exciting additive rhythms." A year late ...
Benjamin Britten... Jennings). Their work involved poets such as W. H. Auden, composers such as, and writers such as J. B. Priestley. Among the best known films of the m ...
John ColtraneOther innovators in this style include Jackie McLean,and Bill Evans, also present on Kind of Blue, as well as later musicians s ...
Lenny Kravitz... Starpeace and Onobox. At 16 Sean co-wrote the song "All I Ever Wanted" withfor his 1991 album Mama Said. By 1995 Sean had formed the band IMA (with S ...
Miles DavisTanner, Gerow and Megill name, Cecil Taylor, John Klemmer, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Pharoah Sanders, ...
Bob Dylan... and Barry McGuire, The Seekers, Joan Baez, Donny Hathaway, Michael Bolton,, Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Matt Monro, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles (1967), ...
Haydn... from southern Germany and Italy. In some respects, Pachelbel is similar to, who too served as a professional musician of the Stephansdom in his yout ...
Bill EvansOther innovators in this style include Jackie McLean, John Coltrane and, also present on Kind of Blue, as well as later musicians such as Herbie ...
Carly SimonJagger was allegedly a contender for the anonymous subject of's 1973 hit song "You're So Vain", in which he sings backing vocals. Altho ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... he western classical orchestra since around the middle of the 18th century., Joseph Haydn and Ludwig van Beethoven all used it, though sparingly, usu ...
Ryuichi Sakamoto... in December 1980 for the song "1000 Knives," an electro rendition of member's "Thousand Knives" (1978). The hand-clap sound was later publicized by Y ...
George Dreyfus... iod. Others who adhered to more traditional idioms include Arthur Benjamin,, Peggy Glanville-Hicks and Robert Hughes. In recent times composers inclu ...
Haydn... have also released recordings of Bruckner's Fourth Symphony, Romantic, and's Symphonies Nos. 88-92 and Sinfonia concertante, and Mahler's Ninth Symp ...
Sufjan StevensIn 2005,released Illinois, a concept album making reference to various people and ...
Ashley TisdaleMiss Piggy sang with the Jonas Brothers as "Joan S. Jonas", withduring the number "Bop to the Top", and with the Cheetah Girls performing ...
Bob Dylan... ngs (including covers of an old hymn, a traditional folk song, and songs by, and Emmylou Harris) that were backed by Mark Lemhouse and Charles Norman ...
Leonard Rosenman... ith its "jazz-based harmonies and exciting additive rhythms." A year later,, inspired by Arnold Schoenberg, experimented with atonality in his scores ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... "March of the Priests" from the opera The Magic Flute, composed in 1791 by, and that Lavallée's melody was inspired by Mozart's tune. The line "The ...
Herbie Hancock... ill Evans, also present on Kind of Blue, as well as later musicians such as
Pat Boone... Luther Dixon, who had previously worked with Perry Como, Nat King Cole, andand co-written the 1959 hit "16 Candles", to write for and produce songs f ...
Jacob Obrecht... ith Dufay. Other composers included Nicolas Grenon, Alexander Agricola, and. In the 16th century, Philippe de Monte, Johannes Lupi, and Jacobus de Ke ...
Stevie Ray Vaughan... entures, Agent Orange, Hank Marvin, Lively Ones. Dick Dale with the help of(Grammy Nominated), by thrash metal band Anthrax, Bad Manners, and also by ...
Nicky Headon... t were Paul Simonon, who tried out as a vocalist, and drummer Terry Chimes.drummed with the band for a week, then quit
Bruce Hornsby... ded contributions by My Morning Jacket, Death Cab for Cutie, Gomez, Guster,, Jack Johnson and ALO, Leanne Womack, The Allman Brothers Band, Blues Tra ...
Jon Brion... d performed "Waltz #2." His backing band for this appearance was John Moen,, Rob Schnapf, and Sam Coomes
Barrett Strong... Singles. A distant fourth, Junior Walker & the Allstar's cover of the 1959hit "Money (That's What I Want)" reached #35 Black Singles and #52 Pop Sin ...
Paul Francis Webster... e Academy Award for Best Song for the title tune but lost to Sammy Fain andfor "Secret Love" from Calamity Jane
Lenny Kravitz... along with other "Handsome Men" including Matthew McConaughey, Rob Lowe and. At the end of the skit Kimmel has a door slammed in his face by Damon st ...
Jon Appleton... loped as the "Dartmouth Digital Synthesizer" by Dartmouth College Professor, in association with NED co-founders Cameron W. Jones and Sydney A. Alons ...
Burt Bacharach... hopes to branch out and sing ballads, the group had decided on cutting theand Hal David song, "Make It Easy on Yourself", until being told that some ...
Peggy Glanville-Hicks... adhered to more traditional idioms include Arthur Benjamin, George Dreyfus,and Robert Hughes. In recent times composers including Julian Cochran, Gor ...
Steve Jones... . Jones and his bandmates became friendly with Sex Pistols Glen Matlock and, who would assist them as they tried out potential new members. Among tho ...
Michael PraetoriusSackbuts come in several sizes. According to, these were
Paul SimonIn April 2008, Byrne took part in theretrospective concert series at BAM performing "You Can Call Me Al" and "I ...
Miles DavisThe modal theory stems from a work by George Russell, but againunveiled this shift to the rest of the jazz world with Kind of Blue, an ex ...
Ignacy Paderewski... e independence of Poland had been campaigned for in the West by Dmowski and. With Woodrow Wilson's support, Polish independence was officially endors ...
Michael Jackson... r album Rising. Sean also made appearances in film, featured in the cast of's 1988 Moonwalker and portraying a teenager experiencing visions of vario ...
George AntheilAvant garde composer, a son of German immigrants and neighbor of Lamarr, had experimented with ...
Aaron Copland... On the Waterfront (1954) and the result was reminiscent of earlier works byand Igor Stravinsky with its "jazz-based harmonies and exciting additive r ...
J. S. Bach's... . He met members of the Bach family in Eisenach (which was the home city offather, Johann Ambrosius Bach), and became a close friend of Johann Ambros ...
Carl Orff's... e film music for Alexander Nevsky. Among the most famous of all cantatas isCarmina Burana, written 1935–36; the introductory and concluding movement, ...
Irving Berlin... alk" with a hard consonant, which does not allow the singer a vocal climax.later stated that "You'll Never Walk Alone" had the same sort of effect on ...
Petula Clark... vish parties". A receptionist at the hotel told a guest Moon bought it from
Sylvia Fine... st to William A. Lyon for From Here to Eternity. Herschel Burke Gilbert andwere nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song for the title tune but ...
Madonna... pop music, it earned them their best reactions yet, drawing comparisons to's album Ray of Light (1998) as well as other female groups such as All Sa ...
Paul McCartneyMoon was's guest at a film preview of The Buddy Holly Story on the evening of 6 Se ...
Mick Jones... tary strumming skills on the ukulele as a busker in the London Underground.played guitar in protopunk band London SS, which rehearsed for much of 197 ...
Ildebrando Pizzetti... the basis for the opera Assassinio nella cattedrale by the Italian composer, first performed at La Scala, Milan, in 1958
Jorge Martín... May 29, 2010 the premiere performance of "Before Night Falls", an opera by, took place at the Fort Worth Opera. The opera follows closely the book b ...
Sammy Fain... ominated for the Academy Award for Best Song for the title tune but lost toand Paul Francis Webster for "Secret Love" from Calamity Jane
Alexander Agricola... nt to Cambrai to study with Dufay. Other composers included Nicolas Grenon,, and Jacob Obrecht. In the 16th century, Philippe de Monte, Johannes Lupi ...
Bob Dylan... her instrument who also have recorded and performed harmonica solos include, Bruce Springsteen, Donovan, Taj Mahal, Mick Jagger and Brian Jones of Th ...
Little Richard... being booked to perform with several major artists, such as Etta James and, and facilitated Scepter's move to a larger office. It was followed by "W ...
Hal David... t and sing ballads, the group had decided on cutting the Burt Bacharach andsong, "Make It Easy on Yourself", until being told that someone else had r ...
Jackie McLeanOther innovators in this style include, John Coltrane and Bill Evans, also present on Kind of Blue, as well as l ...
Clint Mansell... elia Derbyshire, Jerry Dammers, Terry Hall, Neville Staple, Hazel O'Connor,, Julianne Regan, Lee Dorrian, Jen Ledger of Skillet (band), Taz (lead sin ...
John Mellencamp... a performer Roger Daltrey of The Who, Tony Bennett, Don Henley, John Mayer,, Garth Brooks, and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. The concerts are the subjec ...
Henry VIII... arrows and 137 whole longbows were recovered from the Mary Rose, a ship of's navy that was sunk at Portsmouth in 1545. It is an important source for ...
Jimmy... ig" jazz band included bandleaders and arrangers Count Basie, Cab Calloway,and Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Fletcher Henderson, Earl ...
Jonathan Segel... h Box O' Laffs. However, after meeting violinist, keyboardist and guitarist, they decided to reform Camper Van Beethoven and the Border Patrol in San ...
Johnny Thunders... (Grammy Nominated), by thrash metal band Anthrax, Bad Manners, and also by. "Pipeline" has also been featured in many films, television programs and ...
Enya... r talk of legal action, though coincidentally the Fugees' version infringed's copyright to an earlier song. White labels along with dubplates play an ...
Mac Wiseman... ted a role in the Bluegrass Boys later filled by the likes of Jimmy Martin,, Peter Rowan and Del McCoury. His rich lead voice is unmistakable in hund ...
Cecil Taylor... jor stirrings came in the 1950s, with the early work of Ornette Coleman and. In the 1960s, performers included Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler, Ph ...
Haydn... an Stefani and Maciej Kamieński), others imitated foreign composers such asand Mozart
Marco Mendoza... ur were guitarists Doug Aldrich of Dio and Reb Beach of Winger, bass player, drummer Tommy Aldridge and keyboard player Timothy Drury. During 2003 th ...
Herschel Burke Gilbert... or Best Film Editing but lost to William A. Lyon for From Here to Eternity.and Sylvia Fine were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song for the ...
Wayne Shorter... , Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Pharoah Sanders, McCoy Tyner, Alice Coltrane,, Anthony Braxton, Don Cherry, and Sun Ra as musicians who have employed t ...
Mozart... and Maciej Kamieński), others imitated foreign composers such as Haydn and
John McLaughlin... d over. The Synclavier was also employed by experimental musicians, such as, Kraftwerk, Laurie Anderson, Frank Zappa and Peter Buffett who used it ex ...
Leopold I... ccession, ignoring the decree he had signed during the reign of his father,. Charles sought the other European powers' approval. They exacted harsh t ...
Randy Stonehill... man's Softcore, as well as rare songs by Jesus Music veterans Dave Mattson,, Tom Howard, Keith Green, Steve 'N' Stonebrooke, and , was sent to those ...
Richard Wagner... ngle concerto". In the 19th century, the triangle was used in some music by, such as the "Bridal chorus" from "Lohengrin" (opera)
Stephen Sondheim... cene is almost entirely drawn from Molnár and is one extended musical piece;described it as "probably the single most important moment in the revolut ...
John Mellencamp... h District U.S. Representative Baron Hill, Texas lawyer Paul Eggers, singer, Miss America 2009 Katie Stam, retired professional wrestler Rip Rogers, ...
André Previn... raphy continued to grow with Carlo Maria Giulini on Deutsche Grammophon andon both Philips and Telarc Records. Michael Tilson Thomas, Leonard Bernste ...
Marianne Faithfull... The Girl on a Motorcycle, the University being the ultimate destination of's character. Heidelberg is the home of a professional Quidditch team oper ...
Tommy SteeleLikewise,, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were teen idols, especially during th ...
Barry McGuire... Cilla Black, Marianne Faithfull, Tose Proeski, The Mamas and the Papas and, The Seekers, Joan Baez, Donny Hathaway, Michael Bolton, Bob Dylan, Liber ...
Steve Coleman... ed in the 1980s by a loose collective of young African-American musicians (, Graham Haynes, Cassandra Wilson, Geri Allen, Greg Osby etc.) who emerged ...
Mick Jones... as joined on stage by original members Rusty Egan and Midge Ure, as well asof The Clash and Gary Kemp from Spandau Ballet. New died of cancer on 24 M ...
Ildebrando Pizzetti... vals were there, including Franchetti, Pietro Mascagni, Francesco Cilea and. Shortly after the curtain was raised there was a disturbance in the back ...
Muddy Waters... nfluence, and blues artists like Leadbelly, Robert Johnson, Charlie Patton,& B.B King have also been cited by producers as inspirations. Even modern ...
Chick Corea... row and Megill name Miles Davis, Cecil Taylor, John Klemmer, Keith Jarrett,, Pharoah Sanders, McCoy Tyner, Alice Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Anthony Bra ...
Marvin Gaye... 1982, with the release of the mainstream American hits "Sexual Healing" byand "Planet Rock" by Afrika Bambaataa. Other early users of the TR-808 inc ...
Archie Shepp... work of Ornette Coleman and Cecil Taylor. In the 1960s, performers included, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler, Pharaoh Sanders, John Coltrane, and others. In dev ...
Charles Mingus... f free jazz and jazz-rock fusion, some of the influential bassists included(1922–1979), who was also a composer and bandleader whose music fused hard ...
ChopinArtists from Poland, including famous composers likeor Lutosławski and traditional, regionalized folk musicians, create a live ...
McCoy Tyner... s, Cecil Taylor, John Klemmer, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Pharoah Sanders,, Alice Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Anthony Braxton, Don Cherry, and Sun Ra a ...
James Newton Howard... e Richard Gere's character is on the phone. Background music is composed by. Entitled "He Sleeps/Love Theme", this piano composition is inspired by B ...
Elsie Janis... America ticket and co-founder of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)., the stage name for Elsie Beerbower, musical theatre star and "Sweetheart ...
Lucy DiakovskaAfter listening to a few old recordings,approached her former bandmates in mid-2006 to arrange a first meeting wit ...
Sting... r systems were selling for upwards of $200,000, to famous musicians such as, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, and to major studios the world over. ...
Alan Jay Lerner... 14, 1988), was an Austrian-American composer. He collaborated with lyriciston the long running Broadway musicals My Fair Lady and , with book and lyr ...
Tito Larriva... ks, Suicidal Tendencies, Iggy Pop and others. The film score was created byand Steven Hufsteter of The Plugz
Christina Aguilera... , including Brown, who died during the previous year. Earlier that evening,delivered an impassioned performance of one of Brown's hits, "It's a Man's ...
Malcolm Williamson... European atonality and the avante-garde. Composers like Don Banks, Don Kay,and Colin Brumby epitomise this period. Others who adhered to more traditi ...
Jared Leto... ed Cool and the Crazy. The picture, which aired September 16, 1994, starred, Alicia Silverstone, Jennifer Blanc and Matthew Flint. Reviewer Todd Ever ...
Franz Liszt... Janissary bands. The first piece to make the triangle really prominent was's Piano Concerto No. 1, where it is used as a solo instrument in the thir ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... eas from such thinkers as Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Michel Foucault, Franz Kafka,, Herbert Marcuse, Gilles Deleuze, and Eduard von Hartmann permeate the wo ...
Jacobus de Kerle... d Jacob Obrecht. In the 16th century, Philippe de Monte, Johannes Lupi, andall worked there
LutosławskiArtists from Poland, including famous composers like Chopin orand traditional, regionalized folk musicians, create a lively and diverse ...
Don Henley... the show were former Shea performer Roger Daltrey of The Who, Tony Bennett,, John Mayer, John Mellencamp, Garth Brooks, and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith ...
Handel... lennes de Confessore (K339, 1780), Vesperae de Dominica, his arrangement of's Messiah plus two of his three great operas: Don Giovanni (K527, 1787) a ...
Alice Coltrane... or, John Klemmer, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Pharoah Sanders, McCoy Tyner,, Wayne Shorter, Anthony Braxton, Don Cherry, and Sun Ra as musicians who ...
Keith JarrettTanner, Gerow and Megill name Miles Davis, Cecil Taylor, John Klemmer,, Chick Corea, Pharoah Sanders, McCoy Tyner, Alice Coltrane, Wayne Shorter ...
Whitney Houston... h Ryan O'Neal. However, plans of this adaptation fell through. Years later,and Kevin Costner assumed the roles of Ross and O'Neal in the 1992 film. I ...
Burt Bacharach... captured on the Live Stiffs album, notable for Costello's recording of the/Hal David standard "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself" – the band ...
Artie Shaw... ienced her first serious adult romances. The first was with the band leader. She was deeply devoted to him and was devastated in early 1940 when he e ...
Donny Hathaway... Proeski, The Mamas and the Papas and Barry McGuire, The Seekers, Joan Baez,, Michael Bolton, Bob Dylan, Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Matt Monro, Elvis Pr ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... d the middle of the 18th century. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn andall used it, though sparingly, usually in imitation of Janissary bands. Th ...
Adolphe-Basile RouthierThe original French lyrics of "O Canada" were written by Sir, to music composed by Calixa Lavallée, as a French Canadian patriotic son ...
Richard Dean AndersonFor his portrayal of O'Neill,won a Saturn Award in the category "Best Genre TV Actor" in 1999, and was ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... as one of the earliest prototypical rock and roll songs, and was covered byand Mike Bloomfield's Electric Flag (as "Wine"). The song lent its name to ...
Johannes Lupi... xander Agricola, and Jacob Obrecht. In the 16th century, Philippe de Monte,, and Jacobus de Kerle all worked there
Calixa Lavallée... O Canada" were written by Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier, to music composed by, as a French Canadian patriotic song for the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society ...
Arnold Schoenberg... and exciting additive rhythms." A year later, Leonard Rosenman, inspired by, experimented with atonality in his scores for East of Eden (1955) and Re ...
Luther Henderson... Carter, André DeShields, Armelia McQueen, Ken Page, and Charlayne Woodard.adapted Waller's music for the revue and served as the production's origin ...
Gerry Goffin... ed by "Will You Love Me Tomorrow", written by husband-wife songwriting teamand Carole King; the song went on to become either the first Billboard Num ...
Arthur Benjamin... pitomise this period. Others who adhered to more traditional idioms include, George Dreyfus, Peggy Glanville-Hicks and Robert Hughes. In recent times ...
Quincy Jones... gram is the result of a strategic partnership between the Glocal Forum, theListen Up Foundation and Mr. Hani Masri, with the support of the World Ban ...
Colin Brumby... the avante-garde. Composers like Don Banks, Don Kay, Malcolm Williamson andepitomise this period. Others who adhered to more traditional idioms inclu ...
Ornette Coleman... e Haden (born 1937) is best known for his long association with saxophonistand for his role in the 1970s-era Liberation Music Orchestra, an experimen ...
Philippe de Monte... Nicolas Grenon, Alexander Agricola, and Jacob Obrecht. In the 16th century,, Johannes Lupi, and Jacobus de Kerle all worked there
Keith Green... re songs by Jesus Music veterans Dave Mattson, Randy Stonehill, Tom Howard,, Steve 'N' Stonebrooke, and , was sent to those who contributed $100 or m ...
Helen DeutschLyrics for the song "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" were written byfor her previously-published short story "Song of Love." Kaper's setting o ...
Charles Mingus... as deemed controversial when this approach was first developed. The bassistis also frequently associated with the avant-garde in jazz, although his c ...
Mick Jagger... d harmonica solos include Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Donovan, Taj Mahal,and Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones, Huey Lewis of Huey Lewis and the Ne ...
George M. Cohan... al role of both mother and daughter. Little Nellie Kelly was purchased fromas a vehicle for her to display both her audience appeal and her physical ...
Joan Baez... full, Tose Proeski, The Mamas and the Papas and Barry McGuire, The Seekers,, Donny Hathaway, Michael Bolton, Bob Dylan, Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Matt ...
Cassandra Wilson... llective of young African-American musicians (Steve Coleman, Graham Haynes,, Geri Allen, Greg Osby etc.) who emerged in New York with a new sound and ...
Serj Tankian... is of the same quality as the tracks which made it onto Toxicity. Vocalisthas said that the songs were left out of Toxicity "because they didn't fit ...
King Henry VIII... nians. As the English Reformation progressed, their friaries were closed by. The refectory of the Dominican friary was eventually converted into a th ...
Natalie Cole... Red Hot Chili Peppers, "No Explanation" by Peter Cetera, "Wild Women Do" byand "Fallen" by Lauren Wood. The soundtrack went on to be certified three ...
Ornette ColemanThe first major stirrings came in the 1950s, with the early work ofand Cecil Taylor. In the 1960s, performers included Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, ...
Eric Burdon... g point in rock & roll. He broke open the door for everyone else. Suddenly,and Van Morrison weren't so weird — even Bob Dylan.
Irving Berlin... s included a number of famous people such as Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Edison,, and George Gershwin
Joseph Haydn... estra since around the middle of the 18th century. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,and Ludwig van Beethoven all used it, though sparingly, usually in imitati ...
Harry Nilsson... oon and his girlfriend, Annette Walter-Lax, returned to a flat on loan from, No.12 at 9 Curzon Place (now called Curzon Square), Shepherd Market, May ...
Mike Peters... se collective of punk and post-punk stars, Dead Men Walking, which includedof The Alarm, Kirk Brandon of Theatre of Hate and Spear of Destiny, and Pe ...
George Gershwin... of famous people such as Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Edison, Irving Berlin, and
Bert Berns... em to record a dance song called "Twist & Shout", partially due to producershowing Phil Spector a lesson on how to produce properly since Spector's p ...
John Coltrane... rong foothold as well as in the tradition represented by Charlie Parker andas in contemporary African-American groove music and with a high degree of ...
Miles Davis... yde are very often directly sampled, regardless of their general influence.has also been named as a possible influence, and blues artists like Leadbe ...
Frank Zappa... xperimental musicians, such as John McLaughlin, Kraftwerk, Laurie Anderson,and Peter Buffett who used it extensively in their music. It also found it ...
Giovanni Gabrieli... xible instrumentation at this time, there is relatively little music before's publication Symphoniae sacrae (1597) that specifically mentions trombon ...
Dolly PartonIn 1987, Miss Piggy was a guest star on's musical variety show, Dolly, singing and performing with Parton, while ...
Marvin Gaye... an, Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Matt Monro, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles (1967),, Daffy Duck, Jan & Dean, The Sylvers, Wet Wet Wet, P. P. Arnold, Plácido ...
Nigel Butterley... Asia (notably using the harmonic properties of the Balinese gamelan), whilecombined his penchant for International modernism with an own individual v ...
John Scott Whiteley... ring humorous but erudite conversations with local personalities (includingwho later featured in his 21st-Century Bach series), music towards the mor ...
Carole King... ove Me Tomorrow", written by husband-wife songwriting team Gerry Goffin and; the song went on to become either the first Billboard Number One Hit by ...
Corky Siegel... ter, Bob Dylan, Rabini Zami, Sugar Blue, Billy Branch, Charlie Musselwhite,, Junior Wells, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Kim Wilson, Slim Harpo, Al "Blind O ...
Angela Morley... ere done by Wally Stott (who later underwent gender reassignment and became), from the 3rd to the 10th series. She produced many arrangements and lin ...
Rossini's... RV 315 (Summer) from the Four Seasons by Vivaldi, and a scene in Act II ofopera The Barber of Seville
Dizzy Gillespie... the instrument; bassist Ray Brown (1926–2002), known for backing Beboppers, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker, and forming the Modern Jaz ...
Jim Dale... e foppish exterior of British aristocrat Sir Rodney Ffing. It also featuresas his assistant, Lord Darcy. They must rescue preposterously effete arist ...
Paul Cook... x Pistols. His creative contribution to the band has been disputed. Drummerhas said that Matlock came up with much of the music for the band's songs ...
Cecil Taylor... bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Sunny Murray, a rhythm section honed withas leader. Coltrane championed many younger free jazz musicians, (notably ...
Charlie Parker... pression. With a strong foothold as well as in the tradition represented byand John Coltrane as in contemporary African-American groove music and wit ...
Edgard Varèse... ally from musical tradition and his work is influenced by Olivier Messiaen,, and Anton Webern, as well as by film (Stockhausen 1996b) and by painters ...
Julian Lennon... n was born in New York City on October 9, 1975, his father's 35th birthday.is his half-brother and Kyoko Chan Cox is his half-sister. After Sean's bi ...
Giovanni Martino CesareThe 17th century brings two pieces of real solo trombone repertoire.wrote La Hieronyma, (Musikverlag Max Hieber, MH6012) the earliest known pi ...
Ritchie Blackmore... luded the tracks "Highway Star" and "Smoke on the Water". In 1975 guitaristleft, going on to form Rainbow and after the break-up of the band the next ...
Ray Charles... hael Bolton, Bob Dylan, Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Matt Monro, Elvis Presley,(1967), Marvin Gaye, Daffy Duck, Jan & Dean, The Sylvers, Wet Wet Wet, P. ...
Oscar Peterson... bassist Ray Brown (1926–2002), known for backing Beboppers Dizzy Gillespie,, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker, and forming the Modern Jazz Quartet; hard ...
Buckethead... ppearances by Afrika Bambaataa, Chuck D of Public Enemy, The Soul Generals,, Freekbass, Triage and many of Brown's surviving family members. Comedian ...
Phil Spector... e song called "Twist & Shout", partially due to producer Bert Berns showinga lesson on how to produce properly since Spector's production of the Top ...
Verdi's... ertoire of prominent opera houses. Franco Zeffirelli's 1986 film version ofopera starring Plácido Domingo as Othello won the BAFTA for foreign langua ...
David Byrne... nthesizer to produce music resembling acid house in 1982. A TR-808 was also's sole accompaniment (apart from his acoustic guitar) at the beginning of ...
Jerry Gray... ler style of clarinet-led reeds and muted trumpets, notably Ralph Flanagan,, and Ray Anthony. This, coupled with the success of The Glenn Miller Stor ...
Francesco Corteccia... ically mentions trombones. The only example currently known is the music byfor the Medici wedding 1539
Laurie Anderson... lso employed by experimental musicians, such as John McLaughlin, Kraftwerk,, Frank Zappa and Peter Buffett who used it extensively in their music. It ...
Eminem... cadence, and change the way every emcee rhymed forever. Rakim, Biggie, andhave flipped the flow, but Melle Mel’s downbeat on the two, four, kick to ...
Olivier Messiaen... ften departs radically from musical tradition and his work is influenced by, Edgard Varèse, and Anton Webern, as well as by film (Stockhausen 1996b) ...
Alicia Keys... rned some mainstream recognition through the work of D'Angelo, Erykah Badu,, and Lauryn Hill. D'Angelo's critically acclaimed album (2000) has been r ...
Pete Townshend... f-destructive side, better than anyone else on the planet." In the words of, "The production of our [The Who's] records has got nothing to do with so ...
Leonard Bernstein... and André Previn on both Philips and Telarc Records. Michael Tilson Thomas,, and Sir Simon Rattle also made several recordings with the orchestra in ...
Vivaldi... nt), Presto of the violin concerto RV 315 (Summer) from the Four Seasons by, and a scene in Act II of Rossini's opera The Barber of Seville
Mark LaneganRated R also marked the first appearance of guest vocalistof Screaming Trees, who has appeared on every Queens album since. Lanegan ...
Dario Castello... s, cornetts and dulcians, often with continuo, appeared. Composers included, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Andrea Cima, Johann Hein ...
Bobby Byrd... tour. On September 12, 2007, barely nine months after James Brown's death,, the original leader and founder of The Famous Flames vocal group along w ...
John Zorn... players include Charles Gayle, William Parker, Matana Roberts, Chad Taylor,, Assif Tsahar, Tom Abbs, Kenny Werner, and Chris Speed. In Chicago, notab ...
Lee Hazlewood... he song sparked controversy in later years when the song's original author,, deemed Mustaine's changes to be "vile and offensive" and demanded that t ...
Giovanni Paolo Cima... uo, appeared. Composers included Dario Castello, Giovanni Battista Fontana,, Andrea Cima, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and Matthias Weckmann
Sun Ra... e Coleman and Cecil Taylor. In the 1960s, performers included Archie Shepp,, Albert Ayler, Pharaoh Sanders, John Coltrane, and others. In developing ...
Richard Rodney BennettThis soundtrack was written by
Fats Domino... er's Eyes" by Tab Smith as his theme tune. Other favourites of his included, a noticeable influence on the early Reid sound
Burt Bacharach... to the One I Love", which peaked at #3, followed by "Mama Said", written byand Hal David, then "Baby It's You", "Soldier Boy", and "Boys", with saxop ...
Jerry Gray... angers who wrote originals like "String of Pearls" (written and arranged by) or took originals like "In The Mood" (writing credit given to Joe Garlan ...
Sugar Blue... include Norton Buffalo, Jerry Portnoy, Lazy Lester, Bob Dylan, Rabini Zami,, Billy Branch, Charlie Musselwhite, Corky Siegel, Junior Wells, Ron "Pigp ...
Michael Tilson Thomas... on Deutsche Grammophon and André Previn on both Philips and Telarc Records., Leonard Bernstein, and Sir Simon Rattle also made several recordings wit ...
James Morrison... layers Dugald Shaw and Blair Jordan, reeds player Don Burrows and trumpeterand, sometimes, the famous pioneer of traditional jazz in Australia, Graem ...
Hal David... which peaked at #3, followed by "Mama Said", written by Burt Bacharach and, then "Baby It's You", "Soldier Boy", and "Boys", with saxophonist King C ...
Henry VIII... ices, and attacked the abuses and excesses of the Catholic Church. In 1521,responded to Luther’s criticisms with a work known as the Assertio, writte ...
John Coltrane... s, performers included Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler, Pharaoh Sanders,, and others. In developing his late style, Coltrane was especially influe ...
Don Banks... elated discovery of European atonality and the avante-garde. Composers like, Don Kay, Malcolm Williamson and Colin Brumby epitomise this period. Othe ...
Leopold I... eslaus Balthasar Johannes Antonius Ignatius), the second son of the Emperorand of his third wife, Princess Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg, was born on ...
Matthias Weckmann... ta Fontana, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Andrea Cima, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and
Bob Dylan... ted with the instrument include Norton Buffalo, Jerry Portnoy, Lazy Lester,, Rabini Zami, Sugar Blue, Billy Branch, Charlie Musselwhite, Corky Siegel ...
Charles GounodThe series used a curious little tune by the French composer(1818–1893), the composer of the 1859 opera Faust, as the theme for his te ...
George Martin... their own, the various Beatles supplied a total of "30 or so" tape loops to, who selected 16 for use on the song. Each loop was about six seconds lon ...
Johnny Burnette... oughout the 1950s by various artists, including Malcolm Yelvington in 1954,in 1957, and Jerry Lee Lewis in 1959
Josh Homme... al recording remained on the finished song. There's also 2 verses in Dutch.has stated that his favorite song from the album is "I Think I Lost My Hea ...
Yoko Kanno... the Old Days" (composition, lyrics, singing by Tokiko Kato, arrangement by, Junichiro Ohkuchi) – 3:5
Johann Sebastian Bach... s of the 18th century (including the 200-odd church and secular cantatas of) to the usually sacred-texted 19th-century cantata, which was effectively ...
Steve Coleman... can groove music and with a high degree of musical skills, the saxophonists, Greg Osby, and Gary Thomas developed unique and complex, nevertheless gr ...
Giuseppe Becce... er letzte Mann contained a mixing of original compositions (in this case by) and library music / folk tunes, which were artistically included into th ...
Martin Cooper... st drums from Id drummer Malcolm Holmes, and saxophone from Wirral musician. It had a simple, raw, poppy, melodic synthpop sound. Dindisc arranged fo ...
Jimmy Page... Famous Flames vocal group along with Brown, died of cancer at 73 years old.has remarked, "He [James Brown] was almost a musical genre in his own righ ...
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer... ario Castello, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Andrea Cima,and Matthias Weckmann
Lazy Lester... ainly associated with the instrument include Norton Buffalo, Jerry Portnoy,, Bob Dylan, Rabini Zami, Sugar Blue, Billy Branch, Charlie Musselwhite, C ...
Brad Wilk... y Keith Moon, including Dave Grohl, Neil Peart, Tommy Lee, Peter Criss, and
Steve Coleman... xpress fundamental aspects of nature and human existence in a holistic way.found these efforts all over the world and they reach far back into ancien ...
Friedrich Nietzsche... re Pope Benedict XVI, Heinrich Heine, Heinrich Hertz, Friedrich Hirzebruch,, Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz, Joseph Schumpeter, Konrad Adenau ...
Keith RichardsJagger's knighthood also caused some friction between him and bandmate, who was irritated when Jagger accepted the "paltry honour". Richards sai ...
Bob Dylan... song "He Was a Friend of Mine", which had been popularized by The Byrds and, which was re-titled "He is a Friend of Mine", and "I Love You", the song ...
Gene Lockhart... es, Porter Hall, Paul Harvey, Jean Hersholt, Russell Hicks, Murray Kinnell,, Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Fredric March, Adolphe Menjou, Chester Morri ...
Stevie Wonder... upwards of $200,000, to famous musicians such as Sting, Michael Jackson and, and to major studios the world over. The Synclavier was also employed by ...
Stravinsky... on two other Grammy Awards, one Choral Performance Award for a recording of's Symphony of Psalms in 2007, and another for Best Orchestral Performance ...
Vincent Youmans... ators wrote the music. Hammerstein collaborated with composers Jerome Kern,, Rudolf Friml and Sigmund Romberg, but his most famous collaboration was ...
Nicolas Grenon... and Ockeghem went to Cambrai to study with Dufay. Other composers included, Alexander Agricola, and Jacob Obrecht. In the 16th century, Philippe de ...
Gwen Gordy#"Anyway You Wannta" (Harvey Fuqua,) – 2:4
Dave Ellefson... the original artwork. Both guitarist and vocalist Dave Mustaine and bassisthad many phone conversations with Combat records to get the cover artwork ...
John Antill... continued to build, composers looked to their surroundings for inspiration.in his ballet Corroboree, Peter Sculthorpe and others began to incorporate ...
Ozzy Osbourne... 08 Whitesnake played at the Rock2Wgtn two day festival, which also featured, Kiss, Poison, Alice Cooper and Lordi, with special effects by the Academ ...
Peter Criss... been influenced by Keith Moon, including Dave Grohl, Neil Peart, Tommy Lee,, and Brad Wilk
Gershwin... te's orchestra and Paul Whiteman's orchestra. In 1924 Whiteman commissioned's Rhapsody in Blue, which was premiered by Whiteman's Orchestra. Other in ...
Charlie Parker... known for backing Beboppers Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum and, and forming the Modern Jazz Quartet; hard bop bassist Ron Carter (born 1 ...
John Sebastian... , Slim Harpo, Al "Blind Owl" Wilson of Canned Heat, Jack Bruce of Cream andof The Lovin' Spoonful
Pierre SchaefferIn December 1952, he composed a Konkrete Etüde, realized in's Paris musique concrète studio. In March 1953, he moved to the NWDR stud ...
Jerry Lee Lewis... artists, including Malcolm Yelvington in 1954, Johnny Burnette in 1957, andin 1959
Giacomo Carissimi... ia repeated at intervals. Fine examples may be found in the church music of; and the English vocal solos of Henry Purcell (such as Mad Tom and Mad Be ...
Richard Wagner... estival at which performances of operas by the 19th century German composerare presented
Jon Brion... contained some instrumentation from Los Angeles musicians Joey Waronker and. It contained a more full-sounding, baroque pop sound than any of his pre ...
Tommy Lee... mmers have been influenced by Keith Moon, including Dave Grohl, Neil Peart,, Peter Criss, and Brad Wilk
Jerome Kern... his collaborators wrote the music. Hammerstein collaborated with composers, Vincent Youmans, Rudolf Friml and Sigmund Romberg, but his most famous c ...
Beethoven'sStorms were also portrayed in several works of music. Examples arePastoral Symphony (the fourth movement), Presto of the violin concerto RV ...
Johannes Tinctoris... ly. Cambrai cathedral had other famous composers in the later 15th century:and Ockeghem went to Cambrai to study with Dufay. Other composers included ...
Mark ArmFriends of Kurt Cobain such as Ian Dickson of Earth,of Mudhoney, Bruce Pavitt and Slim Moon have all acknowledged Johnson's si ...
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsMason was the flugelhorn soloist for the world premiere of's Symphony No. 9 on 2 April 1958. The novelty of the flugelhorn (often se ...
George... ed venues in the city. Theatrical composers and lyricists like the brothersand Ira Gershwin created a uniquely American theatrical style that used Am ...
Paul McCartney... arily by John Lennon. The track included looped tape effects. For the tracksupplied a bag of ¼-inch audio tape loops he had made at home after listen ...
Steve Coleman... t participants of the M-Base movement turned to more conventional music but, the most active participant, continued developing his music in accordanc ...
Percy Grainger... the first part of the 20th century were heavily influenced by folk music ('s "English Country Gardens" of 1908 being a good example of this)
King Oliver... . However, the main center developing the new "Hot Jazz" was Chicago, wherejoined Bill Johnson. That year also saw the first recording by Bessie Smit ...
Robin TrowerOther acts that have headlined at Shea are Jethro Tull with opening actin July 1976 (billed as Tull v. Boeing due to the stadium's proximity to L ...
Béla Bartók... Sony and Deutsche Grammophon. A recording of the Concerto for Orchestra byreleased by Deutsche Grammophon in 2007 was the first recording by Gustavo ...
Henry Purcell... nd in the church music of Giacomo Carissimi; and the English vocal solos of(such as Mad Tom and Mad Bess) show the utmost that can be made of this ar ...
John DeaconA notable player of the triangle isof the rock group Queen. He played the triangle in live performances of Ki ...
Phil Spector... he Velvet Underground's "melancholy noise" with Beach Boys pop melodies and's "Wall of Sound" production, while New Order emerged from the demise of ...
Michael Jackson... ms were selling for upwards of $200,000, to famous musicians such as Sting,and Stevie Wonder, and to major studios the world over. The Synclavier was ...
Michael Jackson... f only more modestly with the 1982 album, Silk Electric. Ross' recording of's "Muscles" gave Ross another top ten hit. Ross' 1983 album, Ross, failed ...
Arthur Freed... ich she would forever be identified, "Over the Rainbow". Although producersand Mervyn LeRoy had wanted her from the start, studio chief Mayer tried f ...
Alma Mahler... l 1935, when the death of Manon Gropius, the daughter of Walter Gropius and, prompted him to break off work to write his Violin Concerto
Malcolm McLaren... nsion between Matlock and Rotten, which Matlock suggests was exacerbated by's attempts to pit the two men against each other. Matlock was replaced by ...
George Frideric Handel... ria, the cantata became a group of two or three arias joined by recitative.'s numerous Italian duets and trios are examples on a rather large scale. ...
Lauryn Hill... eam recognition through the work of D'Angelo, Erykah Badu, Alicia Keys, and. D'Angelo's critically acclaimed album (2000) has been recognized by musi ...
Sigmund Romberg... collaborated with composers Jerome Kern, Vincent Youmans, Rudolf Friml and, but his most famous collaboration was with Richard Rodgers
J.J. Burnel... spirit of unity among the bands involved." Simonon got into a scuffle with, the bass player of The Stranglers. A slightly older band, The Stranglers ...
Andrea GabrieliThe sacred use of trombones was brought to a fine art by the, Giovanni Gabrieli and their contemporaries c.1570-1620 Venice and there ...
Marvin Gaye... d song "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)", which had previously hit forin 1964. Not far behind, "(I'm a) Road Runner", by the same songwriters, r ...
Archie Shepp... r as leader. Coltrane championed many younger free jazz musicians, (notably), and under his influence Impulse! became a leading free jazz record labe ...
Anton Webern... radition and his work is influenced by Olivier Messiaen, Edgard Varèse, and, as well as by film (Stockhausen 1996b) and by painters such as Piet Mond ...
Kurt CobainFriends ofsuch as Ian Dickson of Earth, Mark Arm of Mudhoney, Bruce Pavitt and Slim ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... Stephen) (1885). The best known representations of St. Stephen in music are's King Stephen Overture, and the 1983 rock opera István, a király (Stephe ...
Richard Meale... er Sculthorpe and others began to incorporate elements of Aboriginal music,drew influence from south-east Asia (notably using the harmonic properties ...
Ludwig van Beethoven... the intentions of religious music, of European composers like J.S. Bach and, as well as of musicians in the tradition represented by John Coltrane. I ...
Chris Poland... ting Killing Is My Business... with Exciter. During the tour, new guitaristabruptly left the band, and was replaced by touring guitarist Mike Albert. ...
Neil Peart... ble rock drummers have been influenced by Keith Moon, including Dave Grohl,, Tommy Lee, Peter Criss, and Brad Wilk
Glen Hardin... ersity of Oklahoma and professional football player Alton Coppage, musician, and singer Terry Stafford ("Amarillo by Morning" and "Suspicion")
Rudolf Friml... usic. Hammerstein collaborated with composers Jerome Kern, Vincent Youmans,and Sigmund Romberg, but his most famous collaboration was with Richard Ro ...
Leonard Bernstein... combined dissonance with elements of blues and jazz. Kazan also approachedto score On the Waterfront (1954) and the result was reminiscent of earlie ...
Mel London... Meteor Records and Modern Records labels, as well as for Chess Records and's Chief Records (his "It Hurts Me Too" was later a hit when he re-recorde ...
Pete WatermanRecord produceris also from the city and is president of Coventry Bears
Graham Parker... he pair of Steve Goulding (drums) and Andrew Bodnar (bass), both members of's backing band The Rumour (whom he had used to audition for The Attractio ...
Guillaume Dufay... for the fineness of its singing, its light, and the sweetness of its bells., the most famous European musician of the 15th century, studied at the ca ...
Ferenc ErkelThe last complete opera by the Hungarian composeris István király (King Stephen) (1885). The best known representations of ...
Big Bill Broonzy... songs by Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan and black American blues artists such as. He also recorded an album of the material, titled Gates of Eden. McTell ...
Eddie Vedder... eball players Aaron Boone and Brooks Conrad, singer of rock band Pearl Jam,, and thrash metal band Megadeth founder and guitarist/singer Dave Mustain ...
Ron "Pigpen" McKernan... Sugar Blue, Billy Branch, Charlie Musselwhite, Corky Siegel, Junior Wells,, Kim Wilson, Slim Harpo, Al "Blind Owl" Wilson of Canned Heat, Jack Bruce ...
Dave GrohlMany notable rock drummers have been influenced by Keith Moon, including, Neil Peart, Tommy Lee, Peter Criss, and Brad Wilk
Mahler... ms in 2007, and another for Best Orchestral Performance, for a recording of's unfinished Symphony No. 10 in 2000
Thelonious Monk... ake him one of the most-recorded bassists in jazz history, including LPs byand Wes Montgomery and many Blue Note Records artists; and Paul Chambers ( ...
Giovanni Gabrieli... e sacred use of trombones was brought to a fine art by the Andrea Gabrieli,and their contemporaries c.1570-1620 Venice and there is also evidence of ...
King Henry VIIIAs secretary and personal adviser to, More became increasingly influential in the government, welcoming foreig ...
Peter Sculthorpe... o their surroundings for inspiration. John Antill in his ballet Corroboree,and others began to incorporate elements of Aboriginal music, Richard Meal ...

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William Horwood... Wind in the Willows won the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in 1958. In the 1990scame up with a series of sequels
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Ray Martin... of several high-profile television figures, including A Current Affair host, Martin's predecessor Mike Willesee, and Real Life host Stan Grant
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Paul WilliamsThe landmark-designed Beverly Hills property that MCA once occupied is now the headqua ...
John Robb... rock consciousness", according to music journalist and former punk musician. Though the album charted well in the UK, climbing to number 12, CBS refu ...
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The Dice ManMuch of Cockcroft's writing follows the styles of his first book,. He switches rapidly between a first and third person view, and intersper ...
John StevensThe Spontaneous Music Ensemble was formed byand Trevor Watts in the mid-1960s and included, at various times, influent ...
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Dave Berg... spectively, of Marvel Comics. While working alongside future Mad cartoonist, Jaffee created several humor features for Timely, including "Inferior Ma ...
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