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His earliest music was for liturgical use English churchman and composer who was Dean of the Chappell Royal (1516-54) and later, Bishop of Chichester, Coventry, and Lichfield, from 1536.
Sampson has left two motets in a MS dating from c.1517-1520: a four-part Psallite felices, believed to have been written in honour of Henry VIII, and a five-part Quam pulchra escomposed around 80 published works, and her music has been performed in many countries, from Chile to Japan.
Antonín Dvorák offered him a job to teach harmony and counterpoint at the National Conservatory from 1896 to 1898.
In 1917 he joined the faculty of the Chicago Musical College and in 1934 he moved to the St.
In his radical early period, Salmenhaara experimented with a variety of composition techniques not yet widely used in Finland, such as aleatorics and playing the piano directly on the strings, as in Suoni successivi (1962) for piano.
The Concerto for Two Violins (1963) makes use of electronic amplification, resulting reportedly in "spine-chilling" sounds.
In 1976/77 he continued his doctoral studies with a Rotary Foundation Grant at UCLA in Los Angeles, California, and lectured on Dutch music in the 20th Century (a.o. Leo Samama has taught the history of music and culture (history of art, philosophy and aesthetics) at the Utrecht Conservatory (1977-1988), lectured on Musical criticism in theory and practice at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (1987-1989), was on the faculty of the Musicology Department of the Utrecht University, specializing in Music of the Twentieth Century and Musical Criticism (1988-1992), was a critic at De Volkskrant (1978-1984) and a correspondent of the Nieuwe Rotterdamse Courant/Handelsblad (1986-1990) (both leading newspapers in The Netherlands).
Leo Samama was on the board of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam as the orchestras artistic advisor (1988-1994) and was head of the orchestras artistic department as a delegate of the board (1991-1993).
after completing a degree in history and literature (1885) and later one in music from the Munich Conservatory where his principal teacher was Josef Rheinberger, Saar continued his studies in Vienna, Leipzig and Berlin, before settling in New York in 1894, where for many years he was an accompanist at The Metropolitan Opera and later teacher of theory at various institutions in that city and elsewhere in USA.
Jean Rousseau stated that Sainte-Colombe "perfected" the art of viol playing.
Marais wrote Tombeau pour Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe, published in 1701, for him.
Sainte-Colombe presumably also taught his own children: he is said to have given concerts at his home at which he and his two daughters played in consortprolific poet and composer of Latin hymns and sequences, he is believed to have sparked the expansion of the poetic and musical repertoire in the Notre Dame school with his strongly rhythmic and imagery-filled poetryhe wrote his first compositions in the late 1950s, at the time of the advent of Modernism in Finnish music.
Sallinen initially wrote orchestral and chamber music, but with Ratsumies (The Horseman) his focus shifted to operateacher and composer whose early works are marked by a broad Russian melodism, with an harmonic structure following the models of Prokofiev and Shostakovich.