Synonyms for finnissy or Related words with finnissy

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Examples of "finnissy"
Visions - Busoni · Bloch · Finnissy · Flynn. Carlo Grante.
Brian Ferneyhough, James Dillon, Michael Finnissy,
M.A. at Sussex University, where he studied with Michael Finnissy.
2012: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Third Service), S+org, Michael Finnissy
The composers Jonathan Harvey, Michael Finnissy and Martin Butler have all taught at Sussex University.
His musical students included British composers Keith Burstein and Michael Finnissy and Canadian composer Hugh Davidson.
Michael Finnissy (born 17 March 1946) is an English composer and pianist.
The piano concertos nos. 4 and 6 of Michael Finnissy are pieces for solo piano.
The English composer Michael Finnissy composed a short opera, "Shameful Vice", about Tchaikovsky's last days and death.
Her musical inspirations include a number of contrasting artists including Alvin Curran, Erik Satie, Ann Southam and Michael Finnissy.
The 36 Verdi Transcriptions for piano by the British composer Michael Finnissy were composed between 1972 and 2005. They are based on the works of Giuseppe Verdi.
Finnissy has taught at the Royal Academy of Music, the University of Sussex, and is currently Professor of composition at the University of Southampton.
Composers currently writing for Trio Accanto include Michael Finnissy, Beat Furrer, Georg Friedrich Haas, Evan Johnson, Misato Mochizuki, Marco Momi, and Christian Wolff.
The following is a partial list of compositions by Michael Finnissy, compiled, unless otherwise cited, from the website of the composer.
An opera based on the novel has been written by the composer Michael Finnissy. Another opera "Thérèse Raquin" by Tobias Picker opened in 2000.
He has worked in the fields of jazz, improvised music, film and television (including programmes for the BBC and Channel 4), and performance art. His compositions have been performed extensively throughout Europe, Australia and the United States and he has received commissions from the BBC, Biennale, and Ensemble 21 New York. He has published articles on music and culture, the music of Brian Ferneyhough and Michael Finnissy, including a chapter in the book "Uncommon Ground: The Music of Michael Finnissy".
Abercrombie premiered various difficult works by Nikos Skalkottas, Michael Finnissy, Brian Ferneyhough, Iannis Xenakis and others including Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji, some of whose major works he has also edited for publication.
He was raised in Adelaide, Australia, and studied with at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and with Brian Ferneyhough at Stanford University. He also studied privately with Michael Finnissy in the United Kingdom.
de la Cour is active as a vocalist, electric guitarist, and clown, performing works by Michael Finnissy, Chris Newman, Matthew Shlomowitz, Alwynne Pritchard, Neil Luck, Claudia Molitor, Johannes Kreidler and Trond Reinholdtsen.
Hodges studied the piano with Robert Bottone at Winchester, and subsequently with Susan Bradshaw and Sulamita Aronovsky; he studied composition with Michael Finnissy and Robin Holloway, but now concentrates on performing and teaching.