Rachmaninoff

Russian Composer Sergey Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff always considered himself as a disciple of Tchaikovsky. Rachmaninoff was probably the last trulyromantic composer in the history of music, dying in 1943.  Like many other romantic composers, Rachmaninoff tended to...

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Eugene Bozza – En Forêt

The “composer-virtuoso” figure was very common in music history. Many composers were well known during their lifetime as wonderful instrumentalists, who were able to exploit the technical possibilities of their instrument to their limit. Many of these composers were...

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Bach – Toccata in D Major, BWV 912

Johann Sebastian Bach is often perceived as the most religious of all composers. Spending a big part of his life serving as a church Kapellmeister and writing an enormous number of Cantatas and other religious works, usually convinces the concert goers that all of...

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