List of music students by teacher

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This is a list of students of music, organized by teacher. "Henry Adams, the historian, journalist, and novelist said that a teacher affects eternity. With music one can see a pedagogical genealogy, great teachers who taught great musicians who became great teachers who taught great musicians."[1]

A[edit]

Arkady Abaza[edit]

Christian Ferdinand Abel[edit]

Adolphe Adam[edit]

John Luther Adams[edit]

Oskar Adler[edit]

Samuel Adler[edit]

Webster Aitken[edit]

Jean-Delphin Alard[edit]

Johann Friedrich Alberti[edit]

Johann Georg Albrechtsberger[edit]

Vincenzo Albrici[edit]

Putnam Aldrich[edit]

Johann Altnikol[edit]

Hendrik Andriessen[edit]

Louis Andriessen[edit]

Domenico Annibali[edit]

Giuseppe Aprile[edit]

Anton Arensky[edit]

Dominick Argento[edit]

Michael Arne[edit]

Simha Arom[edit]

Claudio Arrau[edit]

Robert Ashley[edit]

Tony Aubin[edit]

Leopold Auer[edit]

Larry Austin[edit]

B[edit]

Kees van Baaren[edit]

Milton Babbitt[edit]

Johann Sebastian Bach[edit]

Oskar Back[edit]

Ernst Bacon[edit]

Carl Baermann[edit]

Samuel Barber[edit]

Béla Bartók[edit]

Leslie Bassett[edit]

Marion Bauer[edit]

François Bazin[edit]

Robert Beadell[edit]

Jack Beeson[edit]

Ludwig van Beethoven[edit]

Paul Ben-Haim[edit]

Arthur Benjamin[edit]

Frank Bennett[edit]

William Sterndale Bennett[edit]

Orazio Benevoli[edit]

François Benoist[edit]

Warren Benson[edit]

Alban Berg[edit]

Arthur Berger[edit]

William Bergsma[edit]

Lennox Berkeley[edit]

Luciano Berio[edit]

Antonio Bernacchi[edit]

Nicolas Bernier[edit]

Leonard Bernstein[edit]

Martin Berteau[edit]

Henri-Montan Berton[edit]

Ferdinando Bertoni[edit]

Philip Bezanson[edit]

Franz Bieling[edit]

E. Power Biggs[edit]

William Billings[edit]

Harrison Birtwistle[edit]

Boris Blacher[edit]

Easley Blackwood[edit]

Michel Blavet[edit]

Ernest Bloch[edit]

Karl-Birger Blomdahl[edit]

Giovanni Borghi[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

Pierre Boulez[edit]

Adrian Boult[edit]

William Boyce[edit]

Martin Boykan[edit]

Hans Brandts-Buys[edit]

Martin Bresnick[edit]

Frederick Bridge[edit]

Herbert Brün[edit]

Edward Burlingame Hill[edit]

Ferruccio Busoni[edit]

Henri Büsser[edit]

Petros Byzantios[edit]

C[edit]

John Cage[edit]

Cornelius Cardew[edit]

Giacomo Carissimi[edit]

Gaetano Carpani[edit]

Ambrosio Carreño[edit]

Elliott Carter[edit]

Robert Casadesus[edit]

Georges Caussade[edit]

Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský[edit]

George Whitefield Chadwick[edit]

Henri Challan[edit]

Ernst August Heinrich Chevallier[edit]

Barney Childs[edit]

Frédéric Chopin[edit]

John Chowning[edit]

Charles W. Clark[edit]

Muzio Clementi[edit]

Frederic Cliffe[edit]

Helen Coates[edit]

Theodor Coccius[edit]

Randolph Coleman[edit]

Edward T. Cone[edit]

Alexis Contant[edit]

Georgi Conus[edit]

Frederick Converse[edit]

Francis Judd Cooke[edit]

Aaron Copland[edit]

Frederick Corder[edit]

Arcangelo Corelli[edit]

Giuseppe Corsi da Celano[edit]

Alfred Cortot[edit]

Henry Cowell[edit]

Ruth Crawford Seeger[edit]

Girolamo Crescentini[edit]

Paul Creston[edit]

William Crotch[edit]

Maria Curcio[edit]

Alvin Curran[edit]

Clifford Curzon[edit]

Carl Czerny[edit]

D[edit]

Émile Jaques-Dalcroze[edit]

Luigi Dallapiccola[edit]

Edward Dannreuther[edit]

Innocenz Danzi[edit]

Mario Davidovsky[edit]

Peter Maxwell Davies[edit]

Walford Davies[edit]

Jean-Baptiste Dehesse[edit]

Louis Delaquerrière[edit]

David Del Tredici[edit]

Edward Joseph Dent[edit]

Henri Desmarets[edit]

Josquin des Prez[edit]

David Diamond[edit]

Vincent d'Indy[edit]

Ernő Dohnányi[edit]

Jakob Dont[edit]

Anton Door[edit]

Alexander Dreyschock[edit]

Jacob Druckman[edit]

Paul Dukas[edit]

Thomas Dunhill[edit]

Marcel Dupré[edit]

Francesco Durante[edit]

Antonín Dvořák[edit]

E[edit]

Johann Ernst Eberlin[edit]

Carl Eberwein[edit]

Clarence Eddy[edit]

Jean-Frédéric Edelmann[edit]

Hammamizade İsmail Dede Efendi[edit]

Severin Eisenberger[edit]

Antonín Eiser[edit]

Catharinus Elling[edit]

Maurice Emmanuel[edit]

George Enescu[edit]

Donald Erb[edit]

Robert Erickson[edit]

Achille Errani[edit]

Camille Everardi[edit]

F[edit]

Werner Fabricius[edit]

Nicola Fago[edit]

Harold Farberman[edit]

Ferenc Farkas[edit]

Antonio Farini[edit]

Gabriel Fauré[edit]

André Joseph Fauvel[edit]

Morton Feldman[edit]

Fedele Fenaroli[edit]

Francesco Feo[edit]

Brian Ferneyhough[edit]

François-Joseph Fétis[edit]

Irving Fine[edit]

Ross Lee Finney[edit]

Giovanni Andrea Fioroni[edit]

Rudolf Firkušný[edit]

Joseph Fischhof[edit]

Stanley Fletcher[edit]

Josef Bohuslav Foerster[edit]

Wolfgang Fortner[edit]

Lukas Foss[edit]

Jean Fournet[edit]

Frederick A. Fox[edit]

César Franck[edit]

Benjamin Frankel[edit]

Vito Frazzi[edit]

Fred Frith[edit]

Johann Nepomuk Fuchs[edit]

Teodoro Fuchs[edit]

Robert Fuchs[edit]

Johann Joseph Fux[edit]

G[edit]

Andrea Gabrieli[edit]

Giovanni Gabrieli[edit]

Kenneth Gaburo[edit]

Niels Gade[edit]

Raymond Gallois-Montbrun[edit]

Manuel García[edit]

Ramón Gargallo[edit]

Francesco Gasparini[edit]

Philippe Gaubert[edit]

Heinrich Gebhard[edit]

André Gedalge[edit]

Francesco Geminiani[edit]

Friedrich Gernsheim[edit]

Giorgio Federico Ghedini[edit]

Vittorio Giannini[edit]

Reine Gianoli[edit]

Walter Gieseking[edit]

Eugène Gigout[edit]

Christoph Willibald Gluck[edit]

Walter Gmeindl[edit]

Alexander Goehr[edit]

Percy Goetschius[edit]

Friedrich Goldmann[edit]

Rubin Goldmark[edit]

Katharine Goodson[edit]

Henryk Górecki[edit]

François-Joseph Gossec[edit]

N. Govindarajan[edit]

Hermann Grabner[edit]

Hermann Graedener[edit]

Joseph Graetz[edit]

Guillermo Graetzer[edit]

Giuseppina Grassini[edit]

Gérard Grisey[edit]

Georg Wilhelm Gruber[edit]

Pedro Guerrero[edit]

Alexandre Guilmant[edit]

Ernest Guiraud[edit]

Friedrich Gulda[edit]

Eugen Gura[edit]

H[edit]

Georg Hahn[edit]

Fromental Halévy[edit]

Karel Halíř[edit]

Anton Halm[edit]

Anton Joseph Hampel[edit]

Ilmari Hannikainen[edit]

Howard Hanson[edit]

John Harbison[edit]

Roy Harris[edit]

Lou Harrison[edit]

Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann[edit]

Jonathan Harvey[edit]

Kunihiko Hashimoto[edit]

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati[edit]

Josef Matthias Hauer[edit]

Carl August Haupt[edit]

Moritz Hauptmann[edit]

Robert Hausmann[edit]

Fumio Hayasaka[edit]

Joseph Haydn[edit]

Michael Haydn[edit]

Bernhard Heiden[edit]

John Heiss[edit]

George Henschel[edit]

Hans Werner Henze[edit]

Richard Hervig[edit]

Rogier de Hesdin[edit]

Richard Heuberger[edit]

William Hibbard[edit]

Johann Adam Hiller[edit]

Lejaren Hiller[edit]

Paul Hindemith[edit]

Grete Hinterhofer[edit]

Kozaburo Hirai[edit]

Sydney Hodkinson[edit]

Robin Holloway[edit]

Vagn Holmboe[edit]

Gottfried August Homilius[edit]

Arthur Honegger[edit]

Vladimir Horowitz[edit]

Mieczysław Horszowski[edit]

Alan Hovhaness[edit]

Herbert Howells[edit]

Adriana Hölszky[edit]

Jan Hřímalý[edit]

Jenő Hubay[edit]

Klaus Huber[edit]

Engelbert Humperdinck[edit]

Brenda Hutchinson[edit]

Lee Hyla[edit]

I[edit]

Akira Ifukube[edit]

Tomojirō Ikenouchi[edit]

Andrew Imbrie[edit]

Marc'Antonio Ingegneri[edit]

Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov[edit]

J[edit]

Gordon Jacob[edit]

Frederick Jacobi[edit]

Simon E. Jacobsohn[edit]

Salomon Jadassohn[edit]

Leoš Janáček[edit]

Giuseppe Jannacconi[edit]

Philipp Jarnach[edit]

Hanns Jelinek[edit]

Donald Jenni[edit]

Knud Jeppesen[edit]

Karel Boleslav Jirák[edit]

Joseph Joachim[edit]

Ben Johnston[edit]

Niccolò Jommelli[edit]

Philly Joe Jones[edit]

Richard Jones[edit]

Paul Juon[edit]

K[edit]

M. William Karlins[edit]

Donald Keats[edit]

Homer Keller[edit]

University of Michigan:

University of Oregon:

Johann Peter Kellner[edit]

Aaron Jay Kernis[edit]

Aram Khachaturian[edit]

Abdul Wahid Khan[edit]

Allauddin Khan[edit]

Ali Akbar Khan[edit]

Earl Kim[edit]

Johann Erasmus Kindermann[edit]

Leon Kirchner[edit]

Johann Kirnberger[edit]

Johann Friedrich Kittl[edit]

Jakob Friedrich Kleinknecht[edit]

Iwan Knorr[edit]

Zoltán Kodály[edit]

Gottfried Michael Koenig[edit]

Hans von Koessler[edit]

Ridley Kohné[edit]

Włodzimierz Kotoński[edit]

Serge Koussevitzky[edit]

Leo Kraft[edit]

William Kraft[edit]

Jonathan Kramer[edit]

Martin Krause[edit]

Ernst Krenek[edit]

Franz Krenn[edit]

Leonid Kreutzer[edit]

Rodolphe Kreutzer[edit]

Jaroslav Křička[edit]

Johann Kuhnau[edit]

Theodor Kullak[edit]

Jaap Kunst[edit]

Eugene Kurtz[edit]

Vilém Kurz[edit]

L[edit]

Vinzenz Lachner[edit]

John Lambert[edit]

Frederic Lamond[edit]

John La Montaine[edit]

Francesco Lamperti[edit]

Giovanni Battista Lamperti[edit]

Wanda Landowska[edit]

Paul Lansky[edit]

Orlande de Lassus[edit]

Ferdinand Laub[edit]

Calixa Lavallée[edit]

Albert Lavignac[edit]

Madé Lebah[edit]

Jean-Marie Leclair the younger[edit]

Jean-Pantaléon Leclerc[edit]

Ton de Leeuw[edit]

Paul Le Flem[edit]

René Leibowitz[edit]

Hugo Leichtentritt[edit]

Edwin Lemare[edit]

Carl Petter Lenning[edit]

Lionardo Leo[edit]

Gustav Leonhardt[edit]

Fred Lerdahl[edit]

Theodor Leschetizky[edit]

Jean-François Le Sueur[edit]

Lazare Lévy[edit]

David Lewin[edit]

György Ligeti[edit]

David Liptak[edit]

Adolf Fredrik Lindblad[edit]

Thomas Linley[edit]

Franz Liszt[edit]

Normand Lockwood[edit]

Antonio Lolli[edit]

Richard Loqueville[edit]

Otto Luening[edit]

Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier[edit]

Witold Lutosławski[edit]

Elisabeth Lutyens[edit]

Luzzasco Luzzaschi[edit]

Anatoly Lyadov[edit]

M[edit]

Edward MacDowell[edit]

José Maceda[edit]

George Alexander Macfarren[edit]

Giovanni de Macque[edit]

Bruno Maderna[edit]

Nicolas Malin[edit]

Mathilde Mallinger[edit]

Eusebius Mandyczewski[edit]

Louis Marchand[edit]

Mathilde Marchesi[edit]

Antoine François Marmontel[edit]

Giovanni Battista Martini[edit]

Vicente Martín y Soler[edit]

Salvatore Martirano[edit]

Bohuslav Martinů[edit]

Lambert Massart[edit]

Jules Massenet[edit]

Georges Mathias[edit]

Stanislao Mattei[edit]

Tobias Matthay[edit]

Nicholas Maw[edit]

Wilhelm Mayer[edit]

Gustav Meier[edit]

Felix Mendelssohn[edit]

Manuel Mendes[edit]

Peter Mennin[edit]

Gian Carlo Menotti[edit]

Saverio Mercadante[edit]

A. Tillman Merritt[edit]

Carlos de Mesquita[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.

Aleksander Michałowski[edit]

Karol Mikuli[edit]

Darius Milhaud[edit]

Anthony Milner[edit]

Akira Miyoshi[edit]

Philippe de Monte[edit]

Cristóbal de Morales[edit]

Henri Moreau[edit]

Francesco Morlacchi[edit]

R. O. Morris[edit]

Robert Morris[edit]

Ignaz Moscheles[edit]

Moritz Moszkowski[edit]

Luiz António de Moura[edit]

Leopold Mozart[edit]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart[edit]

Gordon Mumma[edit]

Tristan Murail[edit]

Thea Musgrave[edit]

Nikolai Myaskovsky[edit]

N[edit]

Pietro Nardini[edit]

Pran Nath[edit]

Christian Gottlob Neefe[edit]

Heinrich Neuhaus[edit]

Ştefan Niculescu[edit]

Luigi Nono[edit]

K. P. H. Notoprojo[edit]

Also known to his students as "Pak Cokro".

Vítězslav Novák[edit]

O[edit]

Eugene O'Brien[edit]

Pauline Oliveros[edit]

William Ortiz-Alvarado[edit]

P[edit]

Johann Pachelbel[edit]

John Knowles Paine[edit]

Robert Moffat Palmer[edit]

Selim Palmgren[edit]

Bindo Paoli[edit]

Rosa Papier[edit]

Horatio Parker[edit]

Walter Parratt[edit]

Hubert Parry[edit]

Harry Partch[edit]

Petros Peloponnesios[edit]

Johann Christoph Pepusch[edit]

George Perle[edit]

Vincent Persichetti[edit]

Giacomo Antonio Perti[edit]

Goffredo Petrassi[edit]

Malcolm Peyton[edit]

Isidor Philipp[edit]

Willem Pijper[edit]

Francesco Antonio Pistocchi[edit]

Walter Piston[edit]

Friedrich Wilhelm Pixis[edit]

Louis Plaidy[edit]

Simone Plé-Caussade[edit]

Larry Polansky[edit]

Amilcare Ponchielli[edit]

Nicola Porpora[edit]

Costanzo Porta[edit]

Quincy Porter[edit]

Cipriani Potter[edit]

Henri Pousseur[edit]

Mel Powell[edit]

Eddie Prévost[edit]

Gaetano Pugnani[edit]

Q[edit]

Johann Joachim Quantz[edit]

R[edit]

Alexander Raab[edit]

Sergei Rachmaninoff[edit]

Günther Ramin[edit]

Alberto Randegger[edit]

Bernard Rands[edit]

Venanzio Rauzzini[edit]

Napoléon Henri Reber[edit]

Max Reger[edit]

Anton Reicha[edit]

Carl Reinecke[edit]

N. M. Reingbald[edit]

Ottorino Respighi[edit]

Roger Reynolds[edit]

University of California, San Diego

  • Mark Applebaum, Associate Professor of Music, Stanford University
  • Lam Bun-Ching[235]
  • Juan Campoverde, Composer, Chicago
  • Benjamin Leeds Carson, Associate Professor of Music, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Antonio Cuñha, Professor of Music, University of Rio del Sol, Porto Allegre, Brazil
  • Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music, Harvard University
  • Nicholas Deyoe, Composer, Los Angeles
  • Paul Dresher, Director, The Paul Dresher Ensemble, Oakland, California
  • Peter Ivan Edwards, Associate Professor, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (Singapore)
  • David Felder, Distinguished Professor, University at Buffalo - SUNY
  • Adam Greene, Composer
  • Larry Groupé, Emmy-winning composer
  • Ben Hackbarth, Lecturer in Music at University of Liverpool
  • Kerry Hagan, Lecturer, University of Limerick
  • Aaron Helgeson, Assistant Professor of Composition, Oberlin Conservatory of Music
  • Martin Hiendl, Composer, Berlin
  • Brenda Hutchinson, Composer
  • 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, Composer
  • 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, Composer
  • Keith Kothman, Director of Music Technology, Ball State University
  • David Lang[160]
  • Larry Livingston, Professor of Conducting at the University of Southern California
  • 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, Composer
  • Steven Takasugi, Associate of the Music Department, Harvard University
  • Johan Tallgren, Director, Helsinki Biennale, Viitasaari, Finland
  • 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, École Nationale de Musique et de Danse d'Évry
  • Rolf Wallin, Composer
  • Robert Wannamaker, Associate Dean, California Institute of the Arts

Yale (while visiting professor)

Josef Rheinberger[edit]

Franz Xaver Richter[edit]

Wallingford Riegger[edit]

Hugo Riemann[edit]

Joseph Riepel[edit]

Vittorio Rieti[edit]

André-Jean Rigade[edit]

Terry Riley[edit]

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov[edit]

Berthe Ringold[edit]

Jean Rivier[edit]

Richard Robert[edit]

George Rochberg[edit]

W. S. Rockstro[edit]

Bernard Rogers[edit]

Bernhard Romberg[edit]

Johann Theodor Roemhildt[edit]

Cipriano de Rore[edit]

Ned Rorem[edit]

Hilding Rosenberg[edit]

David Rosenboom[edit]

Lauro Rossi[edit]

Christopher Rouse[edit]

Edmund Rubbra[edit]

Anton Rubinstein[edit]

Nikolai Rubinstein[edit]

Dane Rudhyar[edit]

Ferdinando Rutini[edit]

Ř[edit]

Jaroslav Řídký[edit]

S[edit]

Antonio Sacchini[edit]

Camille Saint-Saëns[edit]

Nicola Sala[edit]

Antonio Salieri[edit]

Johann Peter Salomon[edit]

György Sándor[edit]

Emil von Sauer[edit]

Marie Gabriel Augustin Savard[edit]

Marco Scacchi[edit]

Rosario Scalero[edit]

Alessandro Scarlatti[edit]

Heinrich Scheidemann[edit]

Johann Schelle[edit]

Johann Baptist Schenk[edit]

Heinrich Schenker[edit]

Aloys Schmitt[edit]

Hans Schmitt[edit]

Artur Schnabel[edit]

Friedrich Schneider[edit]

Arnold Schoenberg[edit]

Franz Schreker[edit]

Gunther Schuller[edit]

Heinrich Schütz[edit]

Heinrich Schütz, often called the "father of German music," (Of German music: a symposium Hans Hubert Schönzeler – 1976 "... covered with the dust which customarily pervades historical archives, but they had the misfortune to be superseded by that man who, with a large measure of justification, has been termed the father of German music: Heinrich Schutz.") 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]

Friedrich Schwindl[edit]

Simon Sechter[edit]

Charles Seeger[edit]

Josef Seger[edit]

Mátyás Seiber[edit]

Waldemar Seidel[edit]

Bernhard Sekles[edit]

Thomas Selle[edit]

Tullio Serafin[edit]

Rudolf Serkin[edit]

Paolo Serrao[edit]

Roger Sessions[edit]

Ravi Shankar[edit]

Harold Shapero[edit]

Vissarion Shebalin[edit]

Harry Rowe Shelley[edit]

Roy Shepherd[edit]

Robert Sherlaw Johnson[edit]

Seymour Shifrin[edit]

Elie Siegmeister[edit]

Roberto Sierra[edit]

Alexander Siloti[edit]

František Zdeněk Skuherský[edit]

Nicolas Slonimsky[edit]

Leland Smith[edit]

Harvey Sollberger[edit]

Leo Sowerby[edit]

Louis Spohr[edit]

John Stainer[edit]

Anton Stamitz[edit]

Johann Stamitz[edit]

Charles Villiers Stanford[edit]

Roman Statkowski[edit]

Leonard Stein[edit]

Eduard Steuermann[edit]

Karlheinz Stockhausen[edit]

Alan Stout[edit]

Gustav Strube[edit]

Steven Stucky[edit]

Made Subandi[edit]

Morton Subotnick[edit]

Jean-François Le Sueur[edit]

Arthur Sullivan[edit]

Kenneth Sutherland[edit]

I Wayan Suweca[edit]

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck[edit]

Bolesław Szabelski[edit]

Ferenc Szabó[edit]

Karol Szymanowski[edit]

T[edit]

Toru Takemitsu[edit]

Sergei Taneyev[edit]

Giuseppe Tartini[edit]

Carl Tausig[edit]

John Tavener[edit]

Ivan Tcherepnin[edit]

Georg Philipp Telemann[edit]

Wayan Tembres[edit]

Giusto Fernando Tenducci[edit]

James Tenney[edit]

Michael Tenzer[edit]

Lionel Tertis[edit]

Ambroise Thomas[edit]

István Thomán[edit]

Randall Thompson[edit]

Yakov Tkatch[edit]

Ernst Toch[edit]

Václav Tomášek[edit]

Giacomo Tritto[edit]

František Tůma[edit]

U[edit]

Chinary Ung[edit]

Heinrich Urban[edit]

Vladimir Ussachevsky[edit]

V[edit]

Fartein Valen[edit]

Giovanni Valentini[edit]

Giovanni Valesi[edit]

Francesco Antonio Vallotti[edit]

Edgard Varèse[edit]

Sergei Vasilenko[edit]

Ralph Vaughan Williams[edit]

Isabelle Vengerova[edit]

John Verrall[edit]

Louis Vierne[edit]

Paul Vidal[edit]

Giovanni Battista Viotti[edit]

János Viski[edit]

Antonio Vivaldi[edit]

Jāzeps Vītols[edit]

Georg Joseph Vogler[edit]

G. J. Vollweiler[edit]

W[edit]

Diderik Wagenaar[edit]

Johan Wagenaar[edit]

Georg Christoph Wagenseil[edit]

Carl Maria von Weber[edit]

Anton Webern[edit]

Leo Weiner[edit]

Christian Ehregott Weinlig[edit]

Christian Theodor Weinlig[edit]

Hugo Weisgall[edit]

Egon Wellesz[edit]

Richard Wernick[edit]

Peter Westergaard[edit]

Charles-Marie Widor[edit]

Friedrich Wieck[edit]

I Nyoman Windha[edit]

Peter Wishart[edit]

Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari[edit]

Stefan Wolpe[edit]

Charles Wood[edit]

James Wood[edit]

Joseph Wölfl[edit]

Charles Wuorinen[edit]

Robert Wykes[edit]

X[edit]

Iannis Xenakis[edit]

Y[edit]

Akio Yashiro[edit]

Michèl Yost[edit]

La Monte Young[edit]

Eugène Ysaÿe[edit]

Z[edit]

Jan Zach[edit]

Władysław Żeleński[edit]

Carl Friedrich Zelter[edit]

Alexander von Zemlinsky[edit]

Bernd Alois Zimmermann[edit]

Bernard Zweers[edit]

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