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(bar'bĕr),
Glenn, 20th-century U.S. orthopedic surgeon. See: Blount-Barber disease.
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The details of his lift; and music, Dickinson notes, have already been covered at length in Heyman's biography and her forthcoming Comprehensive Catalog of the Complete Works of Samuel Barber.
Frederic Chopin was born on March 1, 1810, Robert Schumann was born on June 8, 1810, American Samuel Barber was born on March 9, 1910 and Gustav Mahler was born on July 7, 1860.
She counted among her friends Rudolf Nureyev, Samuel Barber and Noel Coward.
Benjamin Britten and Samuel Barber were two of the most influential composers of the second half of the twentieth century.
premiere of Ivan Cavallari's Per Sonja combined the music of Samuel Barber with graphic arts and gestural movement.
For 75 years, The Curtis Institute of Music has trained such 20th-century luminaries as Leonard Bernstein, Samuel Barber, Anna Moffo and Peter Serkin.
Samuel Barber Solo Piano Music Leon McCawley This is a lovely release encompassing much of the solo piano music of Samuel Barber, an American composer still under-rated this side of the pond.
Bach, Marcel Dupr, Maurice Durufl, Samuel Barber and Flor Peeters, demonstrating the depth and breadth of sounds of the instrument.
BARITONE GERALD FINLEY WON THE Solo Vocal category of the 2008 Classic FM Gramophone Awards (he was also a nominee as 2008 Artist of the Year) for his recording, The Songs of Samuel Barber (Hyperion), with accompanist Julius Drake.
Samuel Barber and Benjamin Britten--A Listener's Guide: Their Lives and Their Music (Parallel Lives) (w/CD), by Daniel Felsenfeld.
Diamond, like Roy Harris, Samuel Barber, Howard Hanson, William Schuman, and Walter Piston, is a modern Romantic composer who is working in a post-Romantic era.
The work combines words from the Latin Mass with the writings of Malory, Dryden, Tennyson, Swift and from the Koran and the Mahabharata, whilst Jenkins draws upon a wide range of musical influences, from Islamic and Gregorian chant to Mozart, Walton and Samuel Barber.