Win A Pianoteq License

Identify the composers in Modartt’s competition      12/05/08
Win A Pianoteq License


Modartt have introduced a contest that takes place in their user forum until May 31. They have recorded 10 different piano works by famous composers. Participants who identify which composers are featured in the medley will be entered into a prize draw for one of 3 Pianoteq licenses.
Here’s the details taken directly from the forum:
Dear Pianoteq users,
We hereby launch a contest, open for everybody, where there will be 3 winners, each receiving a license of Pianoteq. If you already own a license, you will be offered a free upgrade to a forthcoming product.
In the following audio file, you will hear a medley of classical piano works by famous composers. Tell us which composers you can hear in this medley. If you manage to recognize all of them, in the correct order, you will participate in the lottery of 3 Pianoteq licenses. The lottery will take place on May 31 which is the last day to participate.
There are a total of 10 excerpts of piano works by 10 composers. Some may be piano transcriptions of orchestral works, some may be easily recognized, others may be a challenge... When you have a list of all composers, send the answers to me (you need to be registered and logged in to do this) with a list in the correct order. You do not have to know the works, just who composed each of them.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Please do not discuss the entries in this or any other forum but feel free to consult your friends, family or colleagues privately.
Credits will be given to the performers when announcing the winners, together with a description of each work.
So, let the contest begin. Enjoy and have fun!
The Modartt Team
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