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Throughout history, instrumentalists collaborated on performances and began to record their compositions. As music became more complex, composers began to write musical arrangements which standardized performances across time and place. In this course, you will learn about the most legendary of these composers, who arranged music that is still performed around the world today. History’s greatest classical music composers teach audiences about the universal human need to artistically express emotion through sound.
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1. Johann Sebastian Bach
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
3. Ludwig van Beethoven
4. Franz Schubert
5. Frederic Chopin
6. Richard Wagner
7. Giuseppe Verdi
8. Johannes Brahms
9. Claude Debussy
10. Igor Stravinsky
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