Composer Index Rerebooted (III)

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KevinP

We seem to lack index entries for Yun Isang (Korea, Yun is the family name) and William Russo (US).


In the case of Yun, I feel that 'Korea' is the correct designation as he was born before the split and the war and its aftereffects figure into a lot of his works. However, it may be difficult to sustain a 'just Korea' category if we add other, younger Korean composers. So if we need to make the distinction, he's South Korean.

Yun: https://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,11653.0.html
Russo: https://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,31925.0.html

Mapman

Quote from: KevinP on July 29, 2023, 02:50:24 PMWe seem to lack index entries for Yun Isang (Korea, Yun is the family name) and William Russo (US).


In the case of Yun, I feel that 'Korea' is the correct designation as he was born before the split and the war and its aftereffects figure into a lot of his works. However, it may be difficult to sustain a 'just Korea' category if we add other, younger Korean composers. So if we need to make the distinction, he's South Korean.

Yun: https://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,11653.0.html
Russo: https://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,31925.0.html

Added. Thanks for noticing.

Yun was already listed under Germany (presumably because much of his career was there.) Should he be removed from the Germany section and only listed under (South) Korea?

KevinP

I thought I had searched for Yun and didn't see him, but it's possible I used 'Korea' as my search term.

I have a hard time thinking of him as anything but Korean, but I've lived in Korea for over a quarter-century. But the important thing is that he's listed.


Mapman


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Quote from: Mapman on August 01, 2023, 11:37:59 AMAdded. I'm surprised that Weber was not on the list yet. I also added Ko┼żeluch.

So was I when I started that thread a couple years back :D Thanks!

Symphonic Addict

Another composer to add to the list:

Anton Arensky

Thank you.
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Mapman

Quote from: Symphonic Addict on August 29, 2023, 05:45:21 PMAnother composer to add to the list:

Anton Arensky

Thank you.

I merged the Arensky threads and added him to the list.

Symphonic Addict

Quote from: Mapman on August 29, 2023, 06:25:08 PMI merged the Arensky threads and added him to the list.

Thanks. BTW, I didn't remember there was a thread already.
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Please, add Viktor Kalabis to the Czech list. Thanks!
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Mapman


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Please, add Johan Svendsen to the Norwegian list of composers.
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Mapman


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Part of the tragedy of the Palestinians is that they have essentially no international support for a good reason: they've no wealth, they've no power, so they've no rights.

Noam Chomsky

Maestro267

@Symphonic Addict Any reason why you (at least I presume it was you) locked the Kurt Weill thread?

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Quote from: Maestro267 on June 08, 2024, 12:17:56 AM@Symphonic Addict Any reason why you (at least I presume it was you) locked the Kurt Weill thread?

I accidentally locked it (I clicked on the lock option instead of posting the reply and didn't realize of it) and asked a moderator for unlocking it again. It is already open to discussion.
Part of the tragedy of the Palestinians is that they have essentially no international support for a good reason: they've no wealth, they've no power, so they've no rights.

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