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  1. Musicians & Composers Scholar Bowl Study Guide

  2. Johann Sebastian Bach • 1685 – 1750 • German • Baroque • “Brandenburg Concertos” • “Well-Tempered Clavier”

  3. Ludwig van Beethoven • 1770 – 1827 • German • Classical • “Moonlight Sonata” • “Ninth Symphony” – contains “Ode to Joy”

  4. Irving Berlin • 1888 – 1989 • American • “White Christmas” • “God Bless America” • “Puttin’ on the Ritz” • Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award 1968

  5. Aaron Copland • 1900 – 1990 • American • Modern • “Appalachian Spring”

  6. Sir Edward William Elgar • 1857 – 1934 • English • Romanticism • “Pomp & Circumstance”

  7. George Gershwin • 1898 – 1937 • American • “I Got Rhythm” • “Rhapsody in Blue” • “An American in Paris” • 1st to win Pulitzer Prize in music 1931 • Brother Ira wrote lyrics

  8. George Frederic Handel • 1685 – 1759 • German • Baroque • “Messiah” • “Royal Fireworks Music”

  9. Franz Joseph Haydn • 1732 – 1791 • Austrian • Classical • “Surprise Symphony”

  10. Julia Ward Howe • 1819 – 1910 • American • “Battle Hymn of the Republic”

  11. Scott Joplin • 1868 – 1917 • American • “Mississippi Rag” • “Maple Leaf Rag”

  12. Francis Scott Key • 1779 – 1843 • American • “Star Spangled Banner”

  13. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart • 1756 – 1791 • Austrian • Classical • “The Marriage of Figaro” • “Don Giovanni” • “Jupiter Symphony” • “The Magic Flute”

  14. Giacomo Puccini • 1858 – 1924 • Italian • Romantic • “La Boheme” • “Tosca” • “Madame Butterfly” • “Turandot”

  15. Gioacchino Rossini • 1792 – 1868 • Italian • Romantic • “William Tell” • “Barber of Seville” • “Cinderella”

  16. John Philip Sousa • 1854 – 1932 • American • Known as the “March King” • Leader of the U.S. Marine Corps Band • “Washington Post March” • “The Stars & Stripes Forever”

  17. Johann Strauss • 1825 – 1899 • Austrian • The younger Johann Strauss • Known as the “Waltz King” • “Blue Danube Waltz”

  18. Igor Stravinsky • 1882 – 1971 • American (Russian born) • Modern • “Rite of Spring” • Operas & ballets

  19. Peter Tchaikovsky • 1840 – 1893 • Russian • Romantic • “Swan Lake” – ballet • “1812 Overture” • “The Nutcracker” – ballet • “Sleeping Beauty” - ballet

  20. Giuseppe Verdi • 1813 – 1901 • Italian • Foremost Italian composer of opera • “Aida” • “Rigoletto” • “La Traviata”

  21. Antonio Vivaldi • 1677 – 1741 • Italian • Baroque • “The Four Seasons”

  22. Richard Wagner • 1813 – 1883 • German • Romantic • “Ring of the Nibelungen” • “The Flying Dutchman”

  23. Andrew Lloyd Weber • 1948 – present • English • “Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” • “Jesus Christ Superstar” • “Cats” • “Phantom of the Opera” • “Evita”

  24. Gilbert & Sullivan • Sir William Gilbert & Sir Arthur Sullivan • English • “The Pirates of Penzance” • “H. M. S. Pinafore”

  25. Rodgers & Hammerstein • Richard Rodgers – composer • Oscar Hammerstein – lyricist • American • “The Sound of Music” • “Oklahoma” • “South Pacific” • “The King and I”