Top 5 Greatest Composers of All Time
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Top 5 Greatest Composers of All Time

Music has said to touch people in many ways. There were many great composers in the world, and few of them have beautifully composed music, and we never get tired of listening to them. Some of the greatest composers lived a hundred years ago, but their music is still appreciated. The following are some of the most significant composers of all time:

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Beethoven was one of the greatest composers of all time. He was a German pianist and composer. Beethoven was a famous figure during the Roman and the Western art eras but remains one of the most influential composers even today. Some of his best compositions are one violin concerto, nine symphonies, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets, Mass the Missa Solemnis, Fidelio etc. Beethoven had music interests at a very young age, and his father had taught him all about music. During the last decade of his life, he became completely deaf, but he continued to compose music, and some of his best works were from these last ten years of his life.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

Mozart was an influential composer in the classical era. He was born in Salzburg, and he played the keyboard and the violin. He started his love for music at a very young age, and he began to compose music at the age of 5 before the Royalty. Some of his best compositions were The Magic Flute, Requiem, Don Giovanni, The marriage of the Figaro, Ave Verum corpus etc. It is said that Beethoven had composed some of his early works in the shadow of Mozart.


Johann Sebastian Bach:

Bach was born in the year 1685, and the composer belonged to the Baroque period. Bach is known as one of the greatest composers of all time. Bach was orphaned at a very young age, and he lived with elder brother for about five years and later started to continue his music formation in Luneburg. Bach was more interested in playing Lutheran hymns and other sacred songs. He mainly focused on writing music for organs and other keyboard instruments.

Johannes Brahms:

Johannes belonged to the Romantic Period, and he was a German composer and pianist. He was born in a Lutheran family and he usually composed music for symphony orchestra, piano, organ, voice, chamber ensembles and chorus. Brahms had worked with famous performers like Clara Schumann and Joseph Joachim. He was considered as both a traditionalist and an innovator. His work is highly constructive, and he was an inspiration to many younger generations of composers.

Frédéric Chopin:

Chopin was a Polish composer, and he belonged to the Romantic period, and he wrote music for solo piano. He was a brilliant composer, and he had composed many tracks at a very young age. He started by supporting himself by selling his compositions and teaching piano. Some of his famous pieces were Nocturnes, Preludes, Minute Waltz, Waltz in a mirror etc. Read More.

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