composer[ kuh m-poh-zer ]SEE DEFINITION OF composer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPOSER
The contract, however, seems not to have been carried out by the composer.
But such a supposition is only a compliment to the skill of the composer.
I marvel at the invention of the composer and the skill of the player, but there I cease.
He confessed to me that Schumann was no composer, a talented improviser only.
The newspapers printed columns about the composer and his strange career.
It takes on the color of any composer's ideas, and submits like a slave to the whims of any virtuoso.
It was evidently written for music, and some composer should undertake it.
The strange cackle caused the composer to start: "How's that, what's that?"
The American composer was beginning to be heard from during this period.
Apart from these efforts the American composer seems to have been inconspicuous.