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Classical Composers

There are twenty-nine Classical Composers called Charles.

  • Charles Ives

    Charles Edward Ives (October 20, 1874 – May 19, 1954) was an American modernist Leon Botstein. "Modernism", Grove Music Online, ed.... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Ives)

  • Charles Gounod

    Charles Gounod is a Classical Composer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Gounod)

  • Charles Tournemire

    Charles Tournemire (Bordeaux, 22 January 1870 – Arcachon, 3 or 4 November 1939) was a French composer and organist, most famous for his improvisations. His improvisations were often rooted in the music of Gregorian chant.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Tournemire)

  • Charles Villiers Stanford

    Charles Villiers Stanford is a Classical Composer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Villiers Stanford)

  • Charles de Bériot

    Charles de Bériot is a Classical Composer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles de Bériot)

  • Charles Wuorinen

    Charles Wuorinen is a Classical Composer... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Wuorinen)

  • Charles Wood (composer)

    Charles Wood (15 June 1866 – 12 July 1926) was an Irish composer and teacher.... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Wood (composer))

  • Charles Amirkhanian

    Charles Amirkhanian (born 19 January 1945) in Fresno, California, is an American composer. He is a percussionist, sound poet, and radio producer of Armenian extraction.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles Amirkhanian)

  • Charles Martin Loeffler

    Charles Martin Loeffler (January 30, 1861 – May 19, 1935) was a German-born American composer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles Martin Loeffler)

  • Charles Racquet

    Charles Racquet (1597–1664) was a French organist and composer, best known for his monumental organ Fantaisie.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles Racquet)

  • Charles Theodore Pachelbel

    Charles Theodore Pachelbel (baptised Carl Theodorus, also Karl Theodor) (baptized November 24, 1690Redway, "Charles Theodore Pachelbell, Musical Emigrant", p. 33 buried September 15, 1750) was a German composer, organist and harpsichordist of the late Baroque era.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles Theodore Pachelbel)

  • Henry Charles Litolff

    Henry Charles Litolff (6 February 1818Grove's Encyclopaedia of Music gives the birth date as 7 August 1818–August 5, 1891) was a keyboard virtuoso and composer of Romantic music.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Henry Charles Litolff)

  • Charles Koechlin

    Charles Koechlin is a Classical Composer... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Koechlin)

  • Charles Lecocq

    Charles Lecocq is a Classical Composer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Lecocq)

  • Charles Cuvillier

    Charles Cuvillier (24 April 1877 – 14 February 1955) was a French composer of operetta.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Cuvillier)

  • Charles Dancla

    Charles Dancla is a Classical Composer... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Dancla)

  • Charles Shere

    Charles Shere (b. Berkeley, California, August 20, 1935) is an American composer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Shere)

  • Charles Jones (composer)

    Charles Jones (June 21, 1910 – June 6, 1997) was a Canadian-born composer of contemporary classical music.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Jones (composer))

  • Charles Camilleri

    Charles Camilleri (7 September 1931 – 3 January 2009) was a Maltese composer, long acknowledged as Malta's national composer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Camilleri)

  • Charles Grisart

    Charles Jean Baptiste Grisart (29 September 1837 Paris - 11 March 1904 Compiègne) was a French operatic composer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles Grisart)

  • Charles Wilfred Orr

    Charles Wilfred Orr, generally known as C. W.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Wilfred Orr)

  • Charles Dodge (composer)

    Charles Dodge (b. Ames, Iowa, June 5, 1942) is an American composer best known for his electronic music, specifically his computer music.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Dodge (composer))

  • Charles Simon Catel

    Charles Simon Catel is a Classical Composer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Simon Catel)

  • Charles Wels

    Charles Wels (1825 in Bohemia – 1906 in New York City) was a Bohemian-American pianist, organist, composer, and music teacher. He studied under Václav Tomášek before relocating to the US.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Wels)

  • Charles L. Bestor

    Charles Lemon Bestor (b. New York City, December 21, 1924) is an American composer of contemporary classical music, professor, and administrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles L. Bestor)

  • Charles Sanford Skilton

    Charles Sanford Skilton (August 16, 1868 - March 12, 1941) was an American composer, teacher and musicologist. Along with Charles Wakefield Cadman, Blair Fairchild, Arthur Nevin, and Arthur Farwell, among others, he was one of the leading Indianist composers of the early twentieth century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Sanford Skilton)

  • Charles Wilson (composer)

    Charles Mills Wilson (b. Toronto, 8 May 1931) is a Canadian composer, choral conductor, and music educator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Charles Wilson (composer))

  • Charles Mouton

    Charles Mouton is a Classical Composer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Charles Mouton)

  • Charles Piroye

    Charles Piroye (c. 1668 –1672 – c.... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Piroye)

Charles

Gender: more often male

Meaning: Manly and Farmer

Origin: German

Lucky Number: Four

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