Ukrainian Composers Display

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  Music Reference Librarian Donna Arnold prepared information about Ukrainian composers for a display in the Featured Music Items section at the UNT Music Library. Below is the online adaptation of this display. Dmitri Bortniansky, b. Hlukhiv, Ukraine, 1751, d. St. Petersburg, Russia, 1825, is the earliest Ukrainian/Russian composer of international renown. Due to his… Read more »

250 Years of Beethoven

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Linda Jenkins What do you think of when you hear the name ‘Ludwig van Beethoven’? Maybe it’s the iconic opening figure of his Symphony 5 (think: dundundunDUNNNNNN from a sample of these performances). Or his famously thunderous countenance: Beethoven is one of the most celebrated composers in Western classical music. In his lifetime, Beethoven enjoyed… Read more »