Posted on January 4, 2008 by DNet
Okay, so these really aren’t posters, just 8 1/2 x 11 pictures of composers. I hang the composers of the month for the year in my studio. Your can even splurge like I did, and get frames for them at the Dollar Store. They look great on photo paper, just be sure to set your printer for borderless printing.
Is there a composer would like that isn’t listed? E-mail me and I’ll do one up for you – they take less than 5 minutes to do.
Bach Barber Bartok Beach Beethoven Bernstein Boccherini Brahms Chopin Clementi Copland Couperin Debussy Dvorak Ellington Elton John Gershwin Grieg Handel Haydn Heller Herman, Jerry Holst Ives Joplin Kabalevsky Kander and Ebb Kuhlau Liszt Mahler Lully Mendelssohn, Fanny Mendelssohn, Felix Mozart Pachelbel Palestrina Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff Ravel Rimsky-Korsakov Rodgers, Richard Rossini Saint-saens Scarlatti Schoenberg Schubert Schumann, Clara Schumann, Robert Sibelius Sousa Stalling Strauss Stravinsky Tchaikovsky Telemann Verdi Vivaldi Wagner Webber Williams, John
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Posted on December 4, 2007 by DNet
I have a composer of the month, and made nice page size “posters” to hang on my wall. I liked them so much that I decided to do them up as composer cards, complete with an Old Maid. They do not have facts like the other composer cards, but perhaps they will eventually. They take a bit more ink that the other ones, but I think they are worth it. They look really good printed on photo paper or HP Glossy Brochure paper. Enjoy!
Composer Collection 1
Composer Collection 2
Composer Collection 3
Composer Collection 4
Composer Collection 5
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Posted on December 3, 2007 by DNet
44 composers from the Renaissance to the present day are represented in these cards. One page has pictures of the composers, and the other side has the name, country, period, and an interesting fact about each composer. Cards can be printed front to back, or on separate pieces of paper. I chose to do mine on separate cards, mounted them on cardstock, and laminated them. It makes for great games of Memory, or add the Rockin’ Granny card for a game of Old Maid. If you need directions to play Old Maid, click here.
Composer Cards – Facts
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