Top 10 greatest composers of all time (Part 4)


Verdi is a famous opera and musical composer, he composed for many plays in Europe in the 19th century, especially the plays of Shakespeare. During his illustrious career, Verdi was once judged to be unable to write comedy, and in response to that assessment, he wrote the musical Falstaff at the age of 80 and it became a classic, is one of Verdi’s best music. Verdi’s representative songs are Falstaff, Messa de Requiem, La Traviata, Valzer Brillante.


• Full name: Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi

• Nationality: Italian

• Year of birth: 10/10/1813

• Year of death: January 27, 1901

• Typical music lines: Opera, concerto, overture, musicals


Brahms is a great German composer, musician, and conductor. He is considered as the heir to the quintessence of both Baroque, classical and romantic times to include in his works. Brahms is honored to stand in line with Bach and Beethoven in “Trio B”, including 3 musicians whose last name starts with the best B. Brahms’ typical songs are the Hungarian Dance No. 5, Cantec de Leagan, Intermezzo, Ravel: La valse,…


• Full name: Johannes Brahms

• Nationality: Germany

• Year of birth: May 7, 1833

• Year of death: April 3, 1897

• Typical music genre: Symphony, chamber, chorus


And the last figure in the Top 10 greatest composers of all time is Schumann – a typical 19th century composer. Schumann’s style is characterized by piano and romantic music. He is considered the outstanding successor of Beethoven and Schubert. Although famous for its lilting, energetic music style, Schumann’s life has many events. In the last two years of his life, Schumann was sent to a psychiatric ward and died at the age of 46. Schumann’s typical works are Reveria, Kinderszemen, Widmung, Der Nussbaum…


• Full name: Robert Alexander Schumann

• Nationality Germany

• Year of birth: June 8, 1810

• Year of death: July 29, 1856

• Typical music genre: piano, lieder, symphony, opera, hymn

So the readers have just watched the Top 10 greatest composers of all time, with such cult names as Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven… These are all composers, musicians, artists famous for the timeless music, changing the music background, and being the master that every singer and songwriter of the next generation respects.