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One-Page Composer Bios

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Composer Jay Althouse
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 31263

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One-Page Composer Bios Composed by Jay Althouse. For book. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 31263, UPC: 038081340326)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2009 **

One-Page Composer Bios is a 100% reproducible book containing brief, informative, and interesting one-page biographies of 50 of history's greatest composers. Each biography page also includes: a picture or photograph of the composer; an interesting quote relating to his or her life or music; a listing of important compositions; dates of birth and death; and a pronunciation guide for non-English names. Use these easy-to-read bios as a complete course in composers or music history - studying as many or as few composers as you wish - or use them as supplemental material in the music classroom. Also included, as a bonus, are one-page histories of each of the six eras of music from the Medieval era through the 20th century. Recommended for grades 5 and up.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AARON COPELAND  
ANTON BRUCKNER  
ANTONIN DVORAK  
BELA BARTOK  
BENJAMIN BRITTEN  
CESAR FRANCK  
CLAUDE DEBUSSY  
DUKE ELLINGTON  
EDVARD GRIEG  
EDWARD ELGAR  
FREDERIC CHOPIN  
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL  
GEORGE GERSHWIN  
HECTOR BERLIOZ  
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH  
JOHANNES BRAHMS  
LEONARD BERNSTEIN  
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN  

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