Famous Composers Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Famous Composers Task Card Set III Links for Research and Exploration:

1 – Hildegard of Bingen
2 – Guillaume de Machaut
3 – Josquin de Prez
4 – Giovanni Palestrina
5 – Orlande de Lassus
6 – Thomas Tallis
7 – William Byrd
8 – Carlo Gesualdo
9 – Claudio Monteverdi
10 – Heirich Schutz
11 – Jean Baptiste Lully
12 – Arangelo Corelli
13 – Henry Purcell
14 – Antonio Vivaldi
15 – Johann Pachalbel
16 – Dietrich Buxtehude
17 – Johann Sebastian Bach
18 – Georg Frederic Handel
19 – Joseph Haydn
20 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
21 – Ludwig van Beethoven
22 – Franz Schubert
23 – Niccolo Paganini
24 – Felix Mendelssohn
25 – Frederic Chopin
26 – Pyotr Illyich Tcaikovsky
27 – Johannes Brahams
28 – Richard Wagner
29 – Richard Strauss
30 – Claude Debussy
31 – George Gershwin
32 – Samuel Barber
33 – Igor Stravinsky
34 – Sergei Prokofiev
35 – Paul Hindemith
36 – Benjamin Britten

Additional Composers:

Sait-Saens

Mahler

Elgar

General Links for Researching Terms, Symbols, and Listening Objectives: 

Music Theory

Music Websites for Kids

Brittanica Kids (Younger Grammar) 

Brittanica Students (Older Grammar and Dialectic)

Brittanica Students (Rhetoric)

General Search 

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