Classical composers – the July edition

I have broad, perhaps somewhat eclectic taste in music. This is by accident rather than design. Most of the genres outside what gets airplay on popular radio I have luckily stumbled upon while on other paths. Our culture doesn’t really expose young people en masse to much more than current popular music, and that’s a shame. I feel like it’s a good idea to do my bit to mitigate our cultural musical myopia.

Below are links to 31 works of classical music by composers you’ll find on my iPod, and one link to works by a composer most of us would know – all artists born in June, whose works I have enjoyed.

Gustav Mahler

 

Gustav Mahler 

 

 

  1. László Lajtha 
  2. Hans Werner Henze 
  3. Leoš Janáček  
  4. Hans Werner Henze

    Stephan Krehl  

  5. Jan Kubelík 
  6. Émile Jaques-Dalcroze 
  7. Toivo Kuula  
  8. Percy Grainger 
  9. Ottorino Respighi  
  10. David Diamond  
  11. Leonard Pennario 
  12. Henryk Wieniawski 
  13. Anton Arensky  
  14. Anton Arensky

    Gerald Finzi  

  15. Eugène Ysaÿe  
  16. Niccolò Castiglioni 
  17. Giovanni Bononcini  
  18. Vilém Tauský  
  19. Franz Berwald 
  20. Francesco Cilea  
  21. Edward Gregson  
  22. Alfredo Casella  
  23. John Field 
  24. Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart 
  25. Serge Koussevitzky

    Jāzeps Vītols 

  26. Serge Koussevitzky  
  27. Ernő Dohnányi 
  28. Otar Taktakishvili 
  29. Kimmo Hakola 
  30. Rued Langgaard 
  31. Ignacio Cervantes 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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