György Ligeti was a 20th-century Hungarian composer, most well-known for his works used in the films of Stanley Kubrick. Ligeti’s early works were influenced by his countryman Béla Bartók. After fleeing Hungary’s communist regime in the late 1950s, Ligeti arrived in Cologne and worked in an el
Gustav Mahler was an Austrian composer and conductor, most famous for his monumental symphonies. His works show the influence of preceding Romantic composers, folk music, and hymns; in the works, he extended and broadened harmony, form, and orchestration. He said that all of his symphonies were “ni
One half of the now defunct Death From Above 1979, Sebastien Grainger has branched out from the dance-punk sound of DFA1979 and taken a more organic approach to producing music.
His debut solo album "Sebastien Grainger & The Mountains", released in October 2008, is full of emotion and complexity,