Composer

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What does it mean when you dream about a composer?

Many famous musicians received inspiration from their dreams. To dream of being a composer may be a symbol for creating or directing in one or more arenas of life.

References in classic literature ?
Levasseur, who had been suffering under severe illness, made his reappearance in the character of Bertrand, and, as usual, the announcement of the most admired production of the favorite composer of the day had attracteda brilliant and fashionable audience.
"Oh, it is well enough as the production of a human composer, sung by featherless bipeds, to quote the late Diogenes."
There was, as it were, a continual beginning, a preparation of the musical expression of some feeling, but it fell to pieces again directly, breaking into new musical motives, or simply nothing but the whims of the composer, exceedingly complex but disconnected sounds.
For some reason or other the queen had the composer hanged, after dinner.
The poor queen was so scared and humbled that she was even afraid to hang the composer without first consulting me.
And how could I endure to be a man, if man were not also the composer, and riddle-reader, and redeemer of chance!
Jo wouldn't be put into the opera at any price, and he had to give her up with a "Bless that girl, what a torment she is!" and a clutch at his hair, as became a distracted composer.
On the whole I incline to the latter view, since the matter was evidently important, and it is unlikely that the composer of such a letter would be careless.
She said that this composer had made a complete revolution in music and was burying the old masters one by one.
Hilbery, who had a very sweet voice, trolled out a famous lyric of her father's which had been set to an absurdly and charmingly sentimental air by some early Victorian composer.
The libretto of his favorite opera, as written by Aristophanes, is brief, simple and effective -- "brekekex-koax"; the music is apparently by that eminent composer, Richard Wagner.
We stole out of the room on tiptoe, and left Miserrimus Dexter--poet, composer, and madman--in his peaceful sleep.