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    Default A composer's adjective

    If you like, match a composer with one adjective, maybe the first that comes to mind. Just one per post, please! I'll start.

    Mozart: Subtle.


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    Bartok: authentic

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    Scriabin: seductive

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    Beethoven: indescribable
    Last edited by DaveM; Apr-05-2020 at 23:54.

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    Joachim Raff: prolific

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    Sibelius: Elemental

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    Scriabin: seductive
    I might say intoxicating but seductive works just as well.
    Casual composer, pianist, music enthusiast

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    Mahler: Endearing

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    Haydn: gracious

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    Bruckner: austere.

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    Bach: Prolific
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    . . . in more ways than one . . . .
    Last edited by pianozach; Apr-06-2020 at 01:19.

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    Hindemith: comprehensive

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    J.S. Bach: profound

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    John Cage: silent (sounds best when he's silent)

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    Vivaldi: vivacious

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