From: Topology and evolution of the network of western classical music composers
Rank | Bipartite degree ( q ) | Projected degree ( k ) | Eigenvector centrality | Betweenness centrality | ||||
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Name | Period | Name | Period | Name | Period | Name | Period | |
1 | WA Mozart | C | JS Bach | B | JS Bach | B | JS Bach | B |
2 | JS Bach | B | WA Mozart | C | WA Mozart | C | WA Mozart | C |
3 | Beethoven | R | Handel | B | Handel | B | Handel | B |
4 | Brahms | R | Brahms | R | Brahms | R | Piazzolla | M |
5 | Schubert | R | Mendelssohn | R | Mendelssohn | R | Brahms | R |
6 | Verdi | R | Debussy | M | Schubert | R | Gershwin | M |
7 | Tchaikovsky | R | Schubert | R | Debussy | M | Debussy | M |
8 | R Schumann | R | Beethoven | R | Beethoven | R | Mendelssohn | R |
9 | Handel | B | Saint-Saëns | R | Saint-Saëns | R | Schubert | R |
10 | Wagner | R | Tchaikovsky | R | Tchaikovsky | R | Beethoven | R |
11 | Chopin | R | Ravel | M | Ravel | M | Villa-Lobos | M |
12 | Haydn | C | Gershwin | M | Fauré | R | Ravel | M |
13 | Liszt | R | R Schumann | R | R Schumann | R | Tchaikovsky | R |
14 | Mendelssohn | R | Fauré | R | Liszt | R | Copland | M |
15 | Debussy | M | Liszt | R | Chopin | R | Saint-Saëns | R |
16 | Puccini | R | Vivaldi | B | Vivaldi | B | Vivaldi | B |
17 | Vivaldi | B | Piazzolla | M | Rossini | R | Stravinsky | M |
18 | Dvor̆ák | R | Rossini | R | Rachmaninoff | M | Britten | M |
19 | Ravel | M | Chopin | R | Haydn | C | Hindemith | M |
20 | R Strauss | R | Verdi | R | Gershwin | M | Bernstein | M |