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Meet three talented “composers” in this trailer for the document
“Her search led her to archives and libraries.” Film Movement has released this documentary (and it’s already available to watch) and there’s a new trailer for those who haven’t heard of this yet. Composers (Also known as Composers) Is a German documentary about the mysterious shortage of well-known female composers. Performed by a Leipzig pianist Keira Stickywi I decided to revisit the history of the composers and realized that there were a few of them, even though they were unknown and never famous. You discovered three of them you may not have heard of before: Mel Bonnie, Lily Boulanger, and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel. The film sheds light on the historical and personal circumstances in which these three women created their works in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It poses questions such as what barriers did they have to overcome and how did they manage to overcome their time hurdles? The hope is that maybe by telling their stories, he might inspire more women to become composers. This trailer has a very strange voiceover, but it feels like a dive into the history of music.
This is the official trailer for the documentary in the United States (+ poster) ComposersFrom FM Youtube:
When Leipzig-based pianist Keira Stikwe realized that her group consisted almost exclusively of music composed by men, she began to search for pieces written by composers. Her research in archives, libraries and publishing houses quickly brought to light a variety of remarkable piano pieces buried in history and rarely played. Steckeweh sees a lot of catching up, which is why the focus of her concerts and piano recordings has since shifted to the music of female composers, in particular. Good honeyAnd the Lily Baker, And the Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel. Through these versions three very different composers have brought to our attention, all of whom have left a wide variety of works. In addition to an in-depth examination of music, Steckeweh, as a pianist and historian, seeks to consider “Beyond the Beat”: How did these women live? What barriers did they have to overcome and how did they manage to overcome their time hurdles? Composers Directed by the Pianist Keira Stickywi And outlet Tim Van Beveren (Unfiltered Breathing: The Truth About Airtoxic Syndrome). The movie action has already released Composers In US virtual cinemas earlier this year. For information, visit //www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/ Official site.
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