...and stuff

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BY Ears
#342164
Because no one else in here is likely to I've got to fill in some of the obviously overlooked, a short list only
Germans:
JS Bach
Wagner
Richard Strauss
Schumann
Handel
Mozart

Italians:
Rossini
Verdi
Puccini

Contrapuntalists:
Palistrina
Victoria
Lassos
Tallis
Josquin desPrez

Sud Americanos:
Heitor Villa Lobos
Antonio Carlos Jobin

Nort Americanos
George Gershin
Rogers and Hart

And from England
Dowland
Syd Barrett :D
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BY alanp
#342166
Ears wrote:Germans:
JS Bach


And how, I still need to find a good copy of BWV582. I've only got a grainy copy from Youtube. Might wind up biting the bullet and spending money at iTunes to get it :/
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BY KentNZ
#359832
Dave Dobbyn is mentioned at last.

I've come to this thread a bit late but...

Glen Hansard

Heard of a guy called Foy Vance? Google him, he's awesome.

David (as in, King)
BY Gatdan777
#371134
KentNZ wrote:
Glen Hansard


+1
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BY Terexgeek
#371141
Because no one else in here is likely to I've got to fill in some of the obviously overlooked, a short list only and not grouped by any nationalist convention:
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Carl Orff
Gustav Holst
John Williams (which one do I mean?)
Duke Ellington
Billy Strayhorn
Earl Hines
Sidney Bechet
Aaron Thibeaux Walker
Spike Jones
Peter Greenbaum
Neil Innes
Eric Idle
Jack Bruce
Johnette Napolitano
Ben Harper
Peter Greenbaum
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BY RUDENBARK
#371149
Ian Anderson
Jack White
Peter O'Doherty
Chuck Berry


....and (dammit, can't resist, lol):
Weird Al
Jimmy Pop
BY foal30
#830975
David Bowie

Been transcribing some of his stuff the last couple of weeks

There is some clever shit in there for sure
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BY jeremyb
#830980
Gatdan777 wrote:Three pages of comments and no one has mentioned John Mayer! What is the world coming to?


Writing songs to make panties moist does not equal greatness :mrgreen: