List of music students by teacher

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This is a list of students of music, organized by teacher.

A[edit]

Adolphe Adam[edit]

Samuel Adler[edit]

Since 1997 he has been a member of the composition faculty at the Juilliard School in New York City. Among his most successful students are composers Kamran Ince,[3] Eric Ewazen, Claude Baker, Marc Mellits, Robert Paterson, Gordon Stout, Chris Theofanidis, Michael Glenn Williams and Roger Briggs.

Other students

Johann Georg Albrechtsberger[edit]

Louis Andriessen[edit]

B[edit]

Milton Babbitt[edit]

Theorists

Composers

Other

Johann Sebastian Bach[edit]

Béla Bartók[edit]

Marion Bauer[edit]

François Benoist[edit]

Arthur Berger[edit]

William Bergsma[edit]

Luciano Berio[edit]

Leonard Bernstein[edit]

Easley Blackwood[edit]

Ernest Bloch[edit]

Marco Enrico Bossi[edit]

Nadia Boulanger[edit]

This is a list of some of the notable people who studied with French music teacher Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979).

Neither Boulanger nor Annette Dieudonné, her lifelong friend and assistant, kept a record of every student who studied with Boulanger. In addition, it is virtually impossible to determine the exact nature of an individual's private study with Boulanger. All in all, Boulanger is believed to have taught a very large number of students from Europe, Australia, Mexico, Argentina and Canada, as well as over 600 American musicians.

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
T
W
X
Y
Z

Martin Bresnick[edit]

Edward Burlingame Hill[edit]

C[edit]

John Cage[edit]

Elliott Carter[edit]

Cornelius Cardew[edit]

George Whitefield Chadwick[edit]

Frédéric Chopin[edit]

John Chowning[edit]

Muzio Clementi[edit]

Edward Cone[edit]

Aaron Copland[edit]

Henry Cowell[edit]

Carl Czerny[edit]

His most famous student was Franz Liszt, who began studying with Czerny at age nine. At the request of Beethoven, Czerny gave piano lessons to the nephew of the composer.

D[edit]

Luigi Dallapiccola[edit]

Mario Davidovsky[edit]

Peter Maxwell Davies[edit]

David Diamond[edit]

Vincent d'Indy[edit]

Jacob Druckman[edit]

Paul Dukas[edit]

Marcel Dupré[edit]

Antonín Dvořák[edit]

E[edit]

Maurice Emmanuel[edit]

Donald Erb[edit]

Robert Erickson[edit]

Ernő Dohnányi[edit]

F[edit]

Gabriel Fauré[edit]

Morton Feldman[edit]

Francesco Feo[edit]

Brian Ferneyhough[edit]

François-Joseph Fétis[edit]

Irving Fine[edit]

Wolfgang Fortner[edit]

Lukas Foss[edit]

César Franck[edit]

Vito Frazzi[edit]

Johann Nepomuk Fuchs[edit]

In 1888, Fuchs joined the faculty of the Vienna Conservatory

Robert Fuchs[edit]

Johann Joseph Fux[edit]

G[edit]

Andrea Gabrieli[edit]

Giovanni Gabrieli[edit]

Kenneth Gaburo[edit]

Manuel García[edit]

André Gedalge[edit]

Giorgio Federico Ghedini[edit]

Walter Gieseking[edit]

Eugène Gigout[edit]

Alexander Goehr[edit]

Percy Goetschius[edit]

Ernest Guiraud[edit]

H[edit]

Howard Hanson[edit]

Moritz Hauptmann[edit]

Paul Hindemith[edit]

Arthur Honegger[edit]

Alan Hovhaness[edit]

I[edit]

Andrew Imbrie[edit]

István Thomán[edit]

J[edit]

Salomon Jadassohn[edit]

This is a list of people who were students of German music pedagogue Salomon Jadassohn (1831–1902), who taught at the Leipzig Conservatory under Carl Reinecke.

Leoš Janáček[edit]

K[edit]

Aram Khachaturian[edit]

Ali Akbar Khan[edit]

Earl Kim[edit]

Johann Erasmus Kindermann[edit]

Leon Kirchner[edit]

Gottfried Michael Koenig[edit]

Hans von Koessler[edit]

Serge Koussevitzky[edit]

Jonathan Kramer[edit]

Ernst Krenek[edit]

Franz Krenn[edit]

L[edit]

John Lambert[edit]

Paul Lansky[edit]

Albert Lavignac[edit]

Ton de Leeuw[edit]

Fred Lerdahl[edit]

György Ligeti[edit]

Alvin Lucier[edit]

Otto Luening[edit]

M[edit]

Edward MacDowell[edit]

Antoine François Marmontel[edit]

Bohuslav Martinů[edit]

Georges Mathias[edit]

Jules Massenet[edit]

Wilhelm Mayer (composer)[edit]

Olivier Messiaen[edit]

As well as being a prominent composer, the Frenchman Olivier Messiaen was a noted teacher of musical analysis, harmony and composition at the Paris Conservatoire from the 1940s until he retired in 1978. He also taught classes at the Darmstadt new music summer school in 1949 and 1950. This list of students of Olivier Messiaen contains some of the musicians who (like Pierre Boulez, Yvonne Loriod and George Benjamin) attended his classes, or who (like Peter Hill and Jennifer Bate) studied privately with the composer or collaborated with him in preparation for their performances of his music.

Darius Milhaud[edit]

Tristan Murail[edit]

N[edit]

Pran Nath[edit]

O[edit]

Pauline Oliveros[edit]

P[edit]

Johann Pachelbel[edit]

Robert Moffat Palmer[edit]

Horatio Parker[edit]

Harry Partch[edit]

George Perle[edit]

Vincent Persichetti[edit]

Isidor Philipp[edit]

Walter Piston[edit]

Amilcare Ponchielli[edit]

Nicola Porpora[edit]

Quincy Porter[edit]

Mel Powell[edit]

Q[edit]

Johann Joachim Quantz[edit]

R[edit]

Napoléon Henri Reber[edit]

Max Reger[edit]

Anton Reicha[edit]

Carl Reinecke[edit]

Roger Reynolds[edit]

University of California, San Diego

  • Mark Applebaum, Associate Professor of Music, Stanford University
  • Benjamin Leeds Carson, Associate Professor of Music, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music, Harvard University
  • Paul Dresher
  • Peter Ivan Edwards, Associate Professor, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (Singapore)
  • David Felder, SUNY Distinguished Professor, University at Buffalo
  • Larry Groupé, Emmy-winning composer
  • Ben Hackbarth, Lecturer of Music at University of Liverpool
  • Kerry Hagan, Lecturer, University of Limerick
  • Brenda Hutchinson
  • David Evan Jones, Professor of Music and UCSC Porter College Provost, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Jaroslaw Kapuscinski, Assistant Professor of Composition and Director of Intermedia Performance Lab, Stanford University
  • Derek Keller, Assistant Professor of Music, Oberlin College
  • Joseph Klein, Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Division of Composition, University of North Texas
  • Paul Koonce, Professor of Music, University of Florida; former Assistant Professor, Princeton University
  • Olli Kortekangas
  • Keith Kothman, Director of Music Technology, Ball State University
  • Josh Levine, Assistant Professor of Music, Oberlin College
  • Andrew May, Associate Professor and Director of CEMI, University of North Texas
  • Thanassis Rikakis, Professor and Vice Provost for Design, Arts and Technology, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Benjamin Sabey, Professor, San Francisco State University
  • Daniel Tacke, Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition, Arkansas State University
  • Steven Takasugi, Associate of the Music Department, Harvard University
  • Michael Theodore, Associate Professor of Music Composition and Technology, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Robert Scott Thompson, Professor of Music Composition, Georgia State University
  • Christopher Tonkin, Head of Composition Studies and Music Technology, University of Western Australia
  • Erik Ulman, Lecturer, Stanford University
  • Nicolas Vérin, Professor of Music, Ecole Nationale de Musique et de Danse d'Évry
  • Rolf Wallin
  • Robert Wannamaker, Associate Dean, California Institute of the Arts

Yale (while visiting professor)

Josef Rheinberger[edit]

Hugo Riemann[edit]

Bernard Rogers[edit]

Ned Rorem[edit]

Christopher Rouse[edit]

Dane Rudhyar[edit]

S[edit]

Arnold Schoenberg[edit]

This is a list of people who were students of the German expatriate musician Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951):

Franz Schreker[edit]

Gunther Schuller[edit]

Heinrich Schütz[edit]

Heinrich Schütz, often called the "father of German music,"[143] composer of what is traditionally regarded as the "first German opera" Dafne (1627, lost), and transmitter of the Italian style of his teacher Giovanni Gabrieli to Germany had many pupils, including many of the musicians who sang or played under him as Kapellmeister in composition.

Joseph Schwantner[edit]

Heinrich Schwemmer[edit]

Simon Sechter[edit]

Charles Seeger[edit]

Bernhard Sekles[edit]

Paolo Serrao[edit]

Roger Sessions[edit]

Ravi Shankar[edit]

Harold Shapero[edit]

Seymour Shifrin[edit]

Leonard Stein[edit]

Karlheinz Stockhausen[edit]

Jean-François Le Sueur[edit]

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck[edit]

T[edit]

James Tenney[edit]

Randall Thompson[edit]

U[edit]

Vladimir Ussachevsky[edit]

V[edit]

Louis Vierne[edit]

Paul Vidal[edit]

W[edit]

Charles-Marie Widor[edit]

Charles Wuorinen[edit]

X[edit]

Iannis Xenakis[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

Alexander von Zemlinsky[edit]

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