Leo Samama was on the board of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam as the orchestras artistic advisor (1988-1994) and was head of the orchestras artistic department as a delegate of the board (1991-1993).
Samama has also been artistic adviser of the Centrum Nederlandse Muziek (1988-1993) (an organisation that promotes Dutch music) and advisor of the broadcasting company NCRV (1992-1994)an Italian composer, organist, choirmaster and teacher.
As a composer he is hardly remembered today - but if he were, it would be for his Psalm CXXVIII for solo, chorus and orchestra and other choral pieces. 121), violin and piano pieces and songs such as, Song of Consolation (1912)Estonian composer, who composition with Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Aleksander Ljadov, who though a composer in a wide range of genres is best known for his piano music as well as for his pioneering work as a collector of old Estonian folk songsone of Finland's internationally most successful composers, and she also leads an international lifestyle.
He also left an orchestral suite: From The King of the Great North West, Three Silhouettes, the suite Rococo op. She first studied with Paavo Heininen at the Sibelius Academy and went on to study with Brian Ferneyhough and Klaus Huber in Freiburg.
One of his chansons, Doulce memoire, became one of the most popular pieces of the entire 16th century, and exists in countless copies and arrangements in sources in many countries, including many for lute and for keyboarda Spanish music theorist, organist and composer of the Renaissance.
Little is known about his life except that he joined the Dominican order of friars in 1536, he was employed as an organist in various locales in mid-century, and he published his major work, Arte de tañer fantasía, a comprehensive work on keyboard technique of the time, in Valladolid in 1565he started playing the clarinet at age 11.
after completing a degree in history and literature (1885) and later one in music from the Munich Conservatory where his principal teacher was Josef Rheinberger, Saar continued his studies in Vienna, Leipzig and Berlin, before settling in New York in 1894, where for many years he was an accompanist at The Metropolitan Opera and later teacher of theory at various institutions in that city and elsewhere in USA.
Antonín Dvorák offered him a job to teach harmony and counterpoint at the National Conservatory from 1896 to 1898.
Salmenhaara also invented an instrument called the ferrophone, which remained a curiositybetter known as a conductor than as a composer, although he originally began to study conducting to be able to conduct his own music, Salonen has performed an enormous body of music as a conductor including a considerable amount of contemporary music.
Later, for example in the Missa a cappella (1957) and the Requiem (1962), he did not apply row technique as such, but his dodecaphonic experiments had lent an increased chromatic flavour to his style Dutch administrator, teacher and composer, Samama graduated from the University of Utrecht in musicology and for a number of years studied composition with Rudolf Escher.
In 1976/77 he continued his doctoral studies with a Rotary Foundation Grant at UCLA in Los Angeles, California, and lectured on Dutch music in the 20th Century (a.o. Leo Samama has taught the history of music and culture (history of art, philosophy and aesthetics) at the Utrecht Conservatory (1977-1988), lectured on Musical criticism in theory and practice at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (1987-1989), was on the faculty of the Musicology Department of the Utrecht University, specializing in Music of the Twentieth Century and Musical Criticism (1988-1992), was a critic at De Volkskrant (1978-1984) and a correspondent of the Nieuwe Rotterdamse Courant/Handelsblad (1986-1990) (both leading newspapers in The Netherlands).
He is known only through a handful of contemporary references, one of which attributes to him the innovation of adding a seventh (AA) string to the bass viol.
Jean Rousseau stated that Sainte-Colombe "perfected" the art of viol playing.