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- Support - (An awesome but, criminaly, relatively unknown composer; good article) - ΤΕΡΡΑΣΙΔΙΩΣ(Ταλκ) 16:05, 29 April 2008 (UTC)
- Unsure - well-written article, but could do with some more media (images etc.), so not sure. Madder (talk) 18:33, 10 January 2010 (UTC)
- Support - Good quality article with references. Interesting in that it's not the usual "anglo-saxon" article about anglosaxon-originated music. Would bring some colour to the portal and tell people that music is not entirely about mainstream American pop-rock.... - --Teemeah Gül Bahçesi 20:32, 8 November 2007 (UTC)
- Support - Good peer review at Wikipedia:Peer review/Tarkan/archive1, Madder (talk) 18:36, 10 January 2010 (UTC)
- Support - Informative music-related article. Madder 15:20, 21 August 2007 (UTC)
- Oppose We have lots of featured articles that we can use. This article is poorly sourced. 17Drew 05:48, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
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Bands, performers and songwriters
- Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
- Bela Bartok
- Ernest Bloch
- Frederick Delius arr. Eric Fenby
- Antonín Dvořák
- George Enescu
- Gabriel Fauré
- Hans Werner Henze
- Charles Ives
- Dmitri Kabalevsky
- Aram Khachaturian
- Erich Wolfgang Korngold
- Lowell Liebermann
- György Ligeti
- Franz Liszt
- Frank Loesser
- Alexina Louie
- Edward MacDowell
- Bohuslav Martinů
- Joseph Marx
- Aya Matsuura
- Felix Mendelssohn
- Darius Milhaud
- Jean-Joseph Mouret
- Leopold Mozart
- Francis Poulenc
- Sergei Prokofiev
- Maurice Ravel
- Ottorino Respighi
- Ned Rorem
- Anton Rubinstein
- Alessandro Scarlatti
- Franz Schubert
- Works for Violin and Piano (Schubert), incl. Sonatinas, D. 384, 385, 408, Sonata in A, D. 574, Rondo in B minor, D. 895, Fantaisie in C, D. 934
- Ständchen, D. 889
- William Schuman
- Jean Sibelius
- Bedřich Smetana
- Johann Strauss II
- Richard Strauss
- Franz von Suppé
- Tielman Susato
- Michael Tippett
- Tomás Luis de Victoria
- Judith Weir
An American Cantata
- Franz Arens - New York conductor, founded Peoples' Symphony Concerts in 1900, series still continues 114 years later
- Jonathan Babcock - Choral Conductor, Texas State University; Brooklyn College; American Choral Directors Association; Texas Music Educators Association; Empire City Men's Choir; University of Hartford; Lehman College of Education; published "CARL ORFF’S CARMINA BURANA:
An Analysis of the Work’s Performance Practice on Commercial Recordings (Choral Journal 11/2010); "An Interview with Richard Westenburg" (Choral Journal 12/2007); 
- Dean Burry - Canadian composer; wrote the operas A Creature of Habit, Pandora's Locker, Isis and the Seven Scorpions, The Vinland Traveller, The Hobbit,The Brothers Grimm, Shanawdithit, and Unto the Earth: Vignettes of a War; 
- Don Caneva, prestigious third generation band director/conductor/music editor/festival founder. Early in his career he created the internationally known band program of the John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, Il. During his time, the Hersey Bands were privileged to perform with some of the "giants" in the music field, including Frederick Fennell, Carmen Dragon, Arthur Fiedler, Rafael Mendez and Doc Severinsen. As a soloist, Doc Severinsen recorded three separate albums with Caneva’s John Hersey High School Symphonic Band [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot_ahOUoKOY]. They also performed at numerous prestigious events which included the Cotton Bowl Parade, Orange Bowl Parade, Tournament of Roses Parade, and the College All-Star Game. The Hersey Band's excellence was recognized through placement on the Sousa Foundation's Roll of Honor of Historic High School Concert Bands. At age 39, he was one of the youngest band directors to be elected to membership in the prestigious American Bandmasters Association. He served on the ABA's International Relations and Enrichment Committees, and as chairman of the ABA Foundation. Additionally, He served as the ABA Chairman of the Sudler Committee. He founded the World of Music Festivals, which for over 25 years held competitive music festivals for junior and senior high school bands, orchestras, and choirs throughout the United States. He was appointed Director of the Coastal Communities Concert Band in Encinitas, in 1987. The 80 plus member concert band that traveled extensively to destinations such as Hawaii, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy. The band won many prestigious awards, including the "Sudler Silver Scroll Award" from the John Philip Sousa Foundation (1998), and the Gold Prize at the International Alpine Music Festival in Switzerland (2001). , In 2007 the documentary film "Community Band - Our Lives in Music" was produced in association with the Coastal Communities Concert Band. The film highlights the band and its members with behind-the scenes stories of passion, dedication, commitment, and hope. It won an Emmy Award. , , 
- John Cockerill (musician) - senior harpist, Halle Orchestra; later a conductor; ; 
- Brian Crain - American composer; 
- Brian Galante - associate professor of music at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA; 
- Jeff Grace - composer for several films; co-composer to Howard Shore for the Lord of the Rings trilogy; ; IMDb
- Edward Higginbottom
- Dax Johnson (died 2005) - composed writes neoclassicism muic; ; 
- Kent Knappenberger - First person to ever receive the Music Educator Grammy award; 
- Seymour Lipkin - conductor and pianist; teacher, Juilliard and Curtis; previously New York Philharmonic assistant conductor, music director of Long Island Symphony and the Joffrey Ballet
- Paul Lipson (musician) - video game composer; chief operating officer/audio director, Pyramind Studios; ; 
- Krishan Oberoi - conductor of professional choral ensemble in San Diego, CA SACRA/PROFANA, known for adventurous repertoire, new work premieres, and unique programming 
- Tsung Yeh - conductor, South Bend Symphony and Singapore Chinese Orchestra; first conductor to hold positions in both the east and the west; 
- Adina Spire - conductor - compose of Beszin Ensemble of Nizhni-Novgorod, Russia  
Critics, historians, journalists, and publications
- Roots Music Report - Online magazine that compiles weekly radio airplay charts from airplay spins reported by radio stations around the globe. Founded in 1998 by Robert Bartosh. Roots Music Reports founder Robert Bubba Bartosh is credited with starting a new music genre "Roots Rock" in 1999 by publishing the first ever Roots Rock airplay chart. The genre is commonly used now to describe music throughout the world. RMR also post cd reviews by 3 well known music critics. Roots Music Report has recently expanded to compile charts for all genres of music being played and reported by Satellite, terrestrial AM, FM and internet radio stations globally at http://www.rootsmusicreport.com]
- Laura Barton - Editor of international Wedding magazine "Cyprus Weddings Magazine"; one of the youngest magazine owners and editors in the world at 22; 
- Donald N. Ferguson - Music theorist and philosopher.
- 3000 Albums in 3000 Days - Album review blog; 
- Ryan Alban - An american jazz analyst, performer, music educator.
- Mika Bashir- Polish nationality,american musicologist,critic,philosopher and manager
- Dan Blackman - disc jockey, B101-WBEB-FM in Philadelphia, PA; ommon voice in PA/NJ/DE commercials; 
- Justin Colletti - Journalist, sound engineer and professor; 
- Patsi Bale Cox - Nashville biographer and journalist. Died at age 66.
- Guy Dammann, Classical music critic and commentator, academic. Writes mainly for The Guardian. Also writes for The Observer, New Statesman, Economist 
- Chet Flippo - Rolling Stone contributor; frequent writer of liner notes
- Fuzz Box Girl - YouTube personality who reviews and demos a large amount of musical equipment; she has been gaining a large amount of popularity; 
- Karl Wilson Gehrkens - U.S. music teacher and author of several books on music and teaching. 1882-1975.
- Nalini Ghuman, musicologist barred entry to the US 
- Robert Gordon - music critic from Memphis
- Simon Hadley - Editor-in-Chief of Chybucca Sounds 
- Thornton Hagert, music historian and archivist. Owner of Vernacular Music Research. Nominated for historical liner notes grammy.
- George Herzog, pioneering American musicologist; see History of the Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana University, Bloomington
- Paolo Hewitt - British music journalist, critic, historian and author of many books
- Professor Maurice Hinson - Music historian & editor.
- Memphis Jones - American music journalist, singer, and all about Memphis music, history, & culture
- Helmut Kallmann - Canadian Music Historian. Head of the music division for The National Library of Canadian and chair of the Canadian Musical Heritage Society. Supervisor for the CBC music library and co-editor of the Canadian Encyclopedia of Music.
- Bakari Kitwana - wrote Why White Kids Love Hip Hop
- Mieczyslaw Kolinski - Canadian ethnomuicologist; see Canadian Encyclopedia article
- Francis O. Leach, D.M.A. - The Dances for Solo Piano of Paul Creston: A Pedagogical and Performance Overview (University of Oklahoma dissertation, 1994)
- Neville Marten - British Writer and Editor Of Guitar Techniques and Guitarist (magazine). Author Of Guitar Heaven
- Ian McCann NME/Q/Face writer and reggae author and sleevenote writer
- Mick Middles - UK rock journalist/author
- Mike Maxheat Mosley - Known as MaD MaX from Akron, Ohio is the Director of Operations, Audio Video Engineer, Webmaster, PR Specialist, Radio DJ, Remix Specialist, Motivational Speaker, Program Director, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Recording Engineer, Digital Music Editor, Music Arranger, Multi-Instrument Musician Producer, Underground Music Ambassador and the lead performer for M3 Records Ohio with a B.A. in Media Production and a minor in Pre Law from the University of Akron. Co-founder of M3 Records Ohio and the internationally syndicated Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show radio program on Pro Flow Radio.
- Mick Stingley- US Music journalist
- Musical Mathematics - Leeds-based alternative-music webzine formed in 2011, specialising in experimental music. 
- Ed Ochs - American music journalist; former Billboard magazine special issues editor
- Bryan Odell - American music journalist; founder, YouTube channel BryanStars
- Andri Permana - Indonesian music journalist; 
- Mark Prindle - US rock journalist/author
- Andy Radin - webmaster responsible for making fourfa.com, reference site for emo music
- Randy Raley - famous jock from KSHE and other stations.
- Lynn Roberts (publisher) - Creator, editor and contributor to for folks sake music website; 
- Steve Rodham - Author, magazine editor and Jimi Hendrix historian/archivist.
- Liv Simister - seventeen year old creator/writer of Planet Stereo, a website dedicated to promoting musicians (wix.com/planetstereo/music) as well as a writer for the New Jersey-based indie-magazine "Danny Says!" (dannysayszine.tumblr.com).
- Aliya-Jasmine Sovani - host and journalist for MTV Canada; possibly an Ismaili Muslim of South Asian of East African descent
- Dave Stelfox - British music critic, journalist and DJ; specialises in roughneck rap, bashment and deep house with a funky twist
- Paul Stenning - UK rock and metal journalist/author
- Erik Thureson - American music editor, journalist, and photographer at BestMusicLive; 
- Vincenzo Torelli - Italian music journalist and impresario it:Vincenzo Torelli
- Lucy Tobin - author, journalist and columnist [www.lucytobin.com]
- Naresh Nandam - Indian Journalist, Documentary Director and renowned translator
- Kenneth R. Rosen - Writer, journalist and News Assistant at The New York Times. 
- Alternative Music Hub - An alternative music website that services Australian music fans
- BestMusicLive - An online music webzine covering the most popular genres of music including editorial, photographs, and videos 
- BestMusicLiveTV - The YouTube Channel associated with BestMusicLive, providing weekly vidoe coverage of the top stories in music 
- URB Press - is a webzine completely devoted to US Black Music and culture: rap, hip hop, r&b, soul, jazz 
- Buscadero - Italian rock music magazine; 
- Chybucca Sounds - British-based daily internet publication devoted to music criticism; 
- Concrete Loop - urban music blog; 
- The Daily Vault – music review website; founded 1997; 
- Dark Legions Archive - net's original heavy-metal site; 
- For Folks Sake - folk-music website; 
- Hipster Runoff or CRLS - A popular ironic blog about music, alt culture. Been featured in many articles and posts.
- Jeff's Musical Car - weekly music show which showcases talented singer-songwriters with an intimate performance...live in a car; 
- The Line of Best Fit - UK-based music website covering new music from around the world; 
- Music Life Radio - Music Interview podcast featuring Jason Everman (Nirvana, Soundgarden), Stephen Tobolowsky, Kurdt Vanderhoof (Metal Church), Marc Maron, Jon Herington (Steely Dan), and more. 
- Moxie and Mayhem - Music blog with emphasis on indie, folk, and alternative. Interviews up-and-coming bands, reports music news, and reviews CDS. Growing gathering.  
- Obscure Sound - A website that chronicles Indie Music and provides critiques. 
- Pinpoint Music – music webzine; focuses on music reviews and live concerts; features include professional music videos (both live and set) and photography; 
- Pop 'Stache – A Chicago-based online music journalism publication. Their motto reads, "at Pop 'Stache, we get off on music." ]
- RapReviews – music webzine of rap/hip-hop related news, interviews, reviews; 
- REH Publications - producers of numerous instructional videos. History? Website? Located at Seattle WA 98103
- Review Bastard - Band of music and movie enthusiast. Daily music and movie review blog: Review Bastard Music and movie discussion: Review Bastard Discussion Board
- Scene Point Blank - heavy music webzine celebrating 10 years (punk/hardcore/metal/hip-hop/more: . I have an article ready for submission if this is deemed acceptable.Lorenspb (talk) 21:25, 19 September 2013 (UTC)
- The Silent Ballet - post-rock music zine; 
- Yogi Horton - session drummer 
The requests are disambiguated in two forms; requests for mean we have no content and should, requests from mean the main article has a disproportionately large discography that should be split from the article to stand alone.
Festivals, concerts and awards
- Saigon Soul Pool Parties - The liveliest, ongoing Saturday Pool Party in District 1, Saigon, Vietnam! Relax by the pool with some soulful house music & meet amazing people. 
- KOI Music Festival - an annual 3-day rock music festival in Kitchener, Ontario. Over 100+ bands perform every year, and 2015 will be the 6th year of the festival. 
- Gospel Music FanFair - Somerset, KY; Combined two events into one FanFair (Southern Gospel Music FanFair & Country Gospel Music FanFair); 10th year in concert/awards show for gospel singers; 2014 moved to new location with name change; Randall Wilds- Wilds & Associates, LLC., 12 division company; 
- Afropunk Festival - Brooklyn; annual festival promoting and presenting the punk movement in the African-American culture; ; 
- Bambuco National Folk Festival - annual since 1960 in Neiva; 
- BluesSHOUT! - the nation's premiere annual blues dance event, with classes, competitions, performances, and live music; 
- Camp a Low Hum - annual festival of indie music; organised by Blink, organiser of the A Low Hum tours
- Castle Party - gothic festival in Poland; 
- CocteauFest - annual celebration for fans of the band Cocteau Twins; 
- Cock Rock - Cockermouth Rock Festival; 
- Culture Shock Festival - 
- Dhamaka Bollywood - promotes love, peace and unity among India and Pakistan; featured Sonu Nigam, Atif Aslam and Naz Choudhury at the O2 Arena in April 2012; ; 
- Durango Blues Train - A 3 1/2 hour music experience aboard the historic coal-fired, steam-powered Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Started in 2011, the Durango Blues Train features six blues and zydeco acts on vintage railroad coach cars each night of its run through the canyons of Colorado's San Juan National Forest;  [] [] [] []
- Electro Beach Music Festival - 42-day-long electronic dance music festival in Puerto Vallarta; featuring artists including Tiesto, Avicii, Calvin Harris; 
- Green River Festival - Music, food, and hot air balloon festival that takes place every summer at Greenfield Community College in Greenfield, Massachusetts. Begun in 1986; []
- Grassroots Blues Festival - Annual Blues Festival celebrated annually on the second saturday of July in Duck Hill, Mississippi. []
- Hobble on the Cobbles Music Festival - Known as Buckinghamshire's largest free all-day music festival in Aylesbury; relaunched in 2006 after 28 years 
- Isle of MTV - 
- Jazz Sudbury Festival - Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, jazz festival; started in 2009; 
- Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival - 
- Lancaster Music Festival - annual music festival taking place in the city of Lancaster, UK every October at over 30 different venues. The festival's overall mission is to put Lancaster on the map locally, regionally, nationally and internationally as a world class music location by celebrating the diversity and quality of musicians, music venues, and music organisations - 
- Lithuanian Song Festival - one of the largest amateur choral events in the world, a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity like Latvian and Estonian Song festivals. It is held every five years in July in Vilnius, Lithuania. 
- Marrowstone Music Festival -  operated by the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras and considered the premier orchestral training program of the Pacific Northwest. Each year nearly 200 high school and college-aged musicians study under distinguished performance faculty for two weeks in Bellingham, Washington.
- Middle of the Map Fest -  Middle of the Map Fest - taking place in Kansas City, Missouri - annually curates and cultivates the unique arts and creative culture of the Midwest, bringing together a sense of community in local and national talent in an annual festival featuring music, forum and film. In addition to The Record Machine and Ink magazine, the Music Fest is also curated by promoters Steve Tulipana - The Record Bar, Neill Smith - The Riot Room and Terry Taylor - Mammoth Production. 2014's Music Fest took place April 3rd - 5th in Kansas City's Westport entertainment district. The three-day fest featured more than 120 local, national, international and emerging artists including The Get Up Kids, of Montreal, Gary Numan, J. Roddy Walston & the Business, Kate Nash, Del the Funky Homosapien and many more. Venues for the music fest included: The Record Bar, The Riot Room, Ernie Biggs and Westport Saloon, as well as an expanded outdoor stage. "Middle of the Map Fest puts KC, area artists on the map" 
- mon inouie symphonie - annual indie rock and experimental music festival in Dunkerque; 
- Mono Núñez - 
- NXNW Music Festival - conference from the Pacific Northwest, mostly the Portland area; similar to SXSW
- Orlando Nerd Fest - Nerd music festival in Orlando, Florida, USA. Took over for Nerdapalooza. 
   
- Paul McCartney's Live Kisses - live performance of the album Kisses on the Bottom; filmed at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles; aired on PBS' Great Performances in September 2012; ; performance is scheduled for release on DVD (name: Paul McCartney: Live Kisses on 13 November 2012; 
- Power to the Peaceful Festival - annual international festival in San Francisco; hosted by Michael Franti; 
- Progressive Nation '08 - progressive metal festival tour; featuring Dream Theater, Opeth, Between the Buried and Me and 3; scheduled for North America in April/May 2008; 
- Project Pabst Music Festival in Portland, Oregon's South Waterfront; started in September 2014; headlined by Tears For Fears and Modest Mouse 
- Revolution: The Beatles Tribute - tribute to The Beatles; 
- Rockin' Christmas Fund for Charity - 
- Slingshot Festival - Athens, GA annual music festival that serves as a showcase for innovative music, art, and technology in one of the most famous music towns in the US. The talent gets more premiere every year.   
- Snowmass Mammoth Fest - Music, chili, and craft beer festival that takes place every June in Snowmass Village, Colorado. Started in 2003, the festival features on-site camping, food and craft vendors, late night shows, chili competitions and a beer tasting with 25 microbreweries. Past festival artists include AWOLNATION, Leftover Salmon, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, JJ Grey & MOFRO, The Joy Formidable, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Dr. John, The Neville Brothers, Michael Franti and Xavier Rudd;  [] [] [] [] []
- Soulclipse - Total Solar Eclipse Festival; festival located in Turkey; 
- Super Junior D&E The 1st Japan Tour - Super Junior D&E The 1st Japan Tour will kick off in Nagoya on March 4, 2014; ; 
- True Music Festival - [
- Women's Red Rock Music Festival - The Women’s Redrock Music Festival was created in 2007 to empower and support independent women musicians from around the U.S. and the world by providing a beautiful and intimate venue to bring their music to the public. ”Music by Women…..for Everyone” Unlike most women's music festivals, WRRMF explicitly does not apply a womyn-born womyn rule. It is held early each August in beautiful Torrey, UT near Capital Reef National Park.
- Music City Roots - weekly live radio/webcast music showcase located in Nashville, TN; 
- Arabian Flute A flute family from the Arabic peninsula
- A. B. Chase Company - American piano and organ company of the late 1800s/early 1900s
- Abel Axe - an aluminum electric guitar
- AirHarp - an ultrasonic digital autoharp
- Alburn Watson (Violin Maker)
- American Fotoplayer - a type of player piano/organ device that was used to add music and sound effects to silent films in early movie theaters
- Anthony Ventura - Excellent Instrumental Music Creator of albums like: Zeit Fur Zartlichkeit and Je T'Aime: Traummelodien
- Axstar Crusher - a type of electric guitar
- Art & Luthrie Manufacturer - Hand crafted in Canada using 95% Canadian wood
- Aurora Project (scratchplate) - Custom made replacement scratchplate and installing Fret lights
- Baldwin SD-10 - historic competitor to Steinway Concert Grand - the SD-10 was the official piano of the Boston Symphony, the Cincinnati Symphony, the Metropolitan Opera, the Tanglewood Festival, the piano preferred by Leonard Bernstein, Andre Previn, Walter Gieseking, Earl Wild, Jorge Bolet, Abbey Simon and others.
- Bass Horn - Also called Contrabass French Horn, it is keyed a half step higher than the standard Trombone or Euphonium
- Beare Charles (Violin expert)
- Bher Bros. & Co. - piano company
- Bolin Guitars - a guitar company
- Bounkam (African horn instrument)
- Clay Whistle - Ceramic whistles (such as "Clay Bird Whistles"), typically shaped as humans or animals, are known from all around the world. In danish such whistles are known as "piv-i-røv" ("toot-in-ass") whistles because one whistle into the rear end of them. I have found a few references to such clay whistles in Ceramics of Jalisco, Emaischen, Filimonovo toy, and other examples could probably be found. Yet a comprehensive Wikipedia main article on clay whistles is yet to be written.
- CP30 - Yamaha
- Casio CTK-496 - Casio keyboard
- Clavia Nord Electro 3 - The newest keyboard by Clavia, an upgrade of the Nord Electro 2
- Combuitar - 26 string acoustic guitar-like instrument with three necks
- Devil Fish (instrument)
- DGX 520 - A Keyboard Made By Yamaha with Lightly weighted keys
- DJ Ball - A prototype ball instrument
- DiPinto Guitars - a small electric guitar and bass company out of Philadelphia, founded in 1995. 
- Dixon Guitars - A Japanese/Korean made guitar that was victim of a lawsuit causing them to go out of business and no longer produce guitars.
- Dragonfly Tapping Instruments - makers of unique 6, 7 and 8 string tapping instruments.
- DrumSoloArtist.com - A drummers website with a huge drummers and techniques lists and perhaps one of the strongest online drummers communities
- Emenee - A manufacturer of chord organs, arguably toys, but popular at one time
- Ensoniq DP/4 - A popular parallel effects processor
- Fender Dimension Bass - Relatively new Fender bass model, moderate priority.
- List of Fender players - There's a list of Gibson Player and a list of strato/telecaster players but there are much more Fender Players out there. N.B. Stratocaster and Telecaster are Fender guitars, thus people who play them would be "Fender Players."
- Focusrite Forte - mixing console, very specialized and intricate, only two were produced
- Fresher Guitars - Japanese made guitars from the late 1970's and early 80's. Many of which were involved in the so-called "lawsuit" guitars, when multiple japanese manufacturers were sued by the Gibson corporation for copying their designs and using equal or better materials and selling for a fraction of the price.
- Gaskell Guitars Australian guitar manufacturer that manufactures left handed guitars only of guitar models that are extremely rare or impossible to find in left hand by other manufacturers.
- Granada Guitars - made Les Paul copy guitars in the 1970s
- Greedtone - Makers of effects pedals and other audio gear.
- Groove Tubes - A maker of amplifiers, tubes, and other gear. Name purchased by Fender, who releases "Groove Tubes" tubes for amps, but was once an independent boutique company.
- Horseshoe Gang - New set of West Coast stars - Members of Crooked I's(Slaughterhouse Member) Record Label Circle Of Bosses
- Hanser Holding International - Owner of several major guitar makers, including BC Rich
- Hoepfner Piano- A Berlin based piano company from 1880s until 1929. Manufactured the rare desk piano. http://www.en.faszinationklaviere.de/klaviere--fluegel/klaviere-und-fluegel-vor-1880/index.html is a known expert who may have information
- Jarrod Lee Amplification - Valve amplifiers designed and built by British Amp builder Jarrod Lee
- JET Guitars - built by Jeffrey Earle Terwilliger
- Joe's Guitars - Built by Justin Pearce
- Kaleidophon - A synthesizer controller invented and principally played by David Vorhaus in the 1960s/70s
- Kalungu (Instrument) - African "talking" Drum. Variable Tension Drum.
- Kay Guitars (circle K) (model of interest KV335F-B)
- Ken Smith Basses Makers of High Quality, 100% Hand-crafted Electric Bass Guitars.
- King Super 20 - One of the most popular models of vintage saxophones, among other instruments made by the H. N. White Company.
- Klon Centuar - A highly sought-after, extremely expensive overdrive pedal, the guts of which are always "gooped" to prevent cloning.
- Korg CX3 - A Tonewheel organ made by Korg
- Korg M50 - A workstation released by Korg in 2008.
- Korg Triton Extreme - A workstation released by Korg in 2004.
- Kountougi (African string instrument)
- Lanzar - Car Audio & Video Company
- Laptop music (+redirect from laptop musician)
- MO100SPK - Mitchell Folk Acoustic Guitar
- M. Loebel - Violin Bow Maker
- Materials in instrument construction - A list of woods and other materials, and their acoustic properties
- Milab Microphones - Swedish manufacturer of hand made condenser microphones
- MILLTONE Drums Maker of Steel Tank Tongue Hand Drums and Inventor of Magnetic Fine Tuning for Hank drums using small magnets to adjust note pitch
- Moog guitar a revolutionary guitar which is able to control the strings through the pickups. First electric guitar capable of sustaining a note for as long as desired
- MYX Daily Top 10 and List of number one singles in the MYX Daily Top 10-for the list of #1 singlea pls..refer to the Chart Central Philippines or in the ATRL Forum.
- MYX Hit Chart and List of number one singles in the MYX Hit Chart -for the list of #1 singles pls..refer to the Chart Central Philippines or in the ATRL Forum.
- M.I.T. 20 and List of number one singles in the M.I.T. 20 -(MYX International Top 20)
- Nord Lead 2x - The improved version of the Clavia Nord Lead 2 synthesizer.
- Neenyo - #1 Billboard HipHop / Pop Producer from Canada
- Nina Sensuality - A popular Hiphop/ Rap Singer-songwriter
- Piccolo Horn - A small horn, keyed in C (being of the same octave as the C Trumpet)
- Pinoy MYX Countdown and List of number one singles in the Pinoy MYX Countdown-for the list of #1 singles pls..refer to the Chart Central Philippines or in the ATRL Forum.
- PSR 27 - Yamaha
- PSS 680 - Yamaha
- Q-tuner - World's first neodymium pickup for guitar or bass
- ReQuest - A company which makes and sells high-end music servers for custom installation which are based on combinations of software and hardware.
- Roland MV-8800 - A software/hardware hybrid all in one sampler unit made by Roland.
- Ronin PalusMourn - Electric guitar with less than 35 made each year. Http://www.roninguitars.com/palusmourn
- Roger Rossmeisl - perhaps one of the most important guitar designers/luthiers of the 20th century
- S90ES - Yamaha
- Samuel's Aerophor - pedal operated assistance for wind instruments
- Signature Guitar Company - A defunct Canadian electric guitar manufacturer in Aurora, Ontario Canada
- Silvetta - Classic acoustic guitars made in Germany
- Soron (Instrument) - Harp Lute instrument from Guinea.
- Sparrow Guitars - Electric Guitar manufacturer in Vancouver, BC Canada
- Squier Precission Bass - An electric bass model by Squier
- Steger and Sons Pianos, or Steger Pianos, located in Steger, Illinois, once the piano capital of the world by some estimates
- Supreme Guitars - Electric Guitar manufacturer
- Theo Wanne Classic Mouthpieces - Innovative saxophone mouthpieces by saxophone expert and former mouthpiece refacer Theo Wanne. I am an employee at this company so I do not want to risk having a conflict of interest and would like someone else to look into writing the article. This is the only mouthpiece company with five US patents for design and production and is becoming more well known, and I believe that the science behind the mouthpieces is noteworthy. Possible sources: http://jazztimes.com/articles/25162-theo-wanne-mouthpieces-a-roundup http://www.theowanne.com/theosalley/about.php http://saxshed.com/n/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=249&Itemid=111
- Timbrh - A type of lamellophone from Cameroon
- Treble string - Strings found on various instruments including guitars
- Udderbot - A slide jug invented in 2005 by Jacob A. Barton
- Upton Bass - American Manufacturer of Double Basses
- Wladek Stopka - Violin maker
- Wowflute - A pocket closed vessel flute that is based on the pentatonic scale similar to the Native American Flute.  The Official website for Wowflute Designs.  Kickstarter project for the Relic Wowflute.  Kickstarter project for a manufactured Wowflute.
- John R. Zeidler - A master guitar luthier, passed away in 2002
- Advancement Theory - Popularized by Chuck Klosterman centers around the idea that great artists will create things that audiences aren't ready for yet
- Alfred Madeley Richardson - music theorist. Wrote some stuff, played as an organist, nothing too crazy.
- Bach's compositional method - for J.S.Bach (similar to what exists for W.A.Mozart at Mozart's compositional method)
- Balkan folk music - The musical analysis of the Balkan folk music.
- Classical Pitch - Standard for tuning musical instruments based on A being 432Hz. Mentioned in A440_(pitch_standard) and also subject to claims of being superior to 440Hz (e.g. ).
- Equitonal - an instrument can be tuned to an equitonal heptatonic scale or a non equitonal heptatonic scale
- Hyper-metrical phrasing
- Interplay (music) - musical term in jazz
- Johann Walter (Hans) Stumpf - pioneered the science of tone in the late 1800s
- Jonathan Harnum - wrote "Basic Music Theory: How to Read, Write, and Understand Written Music", "Sound the Trumpet: How to Blow Your Own Horn", and "All About Trumpet: A Fun and Simple Guide to Playing Trumpet"
- Latin chord progression - The "i bVII bVI V" chord progression (e.g., E-minor D-Major C-Major B-Major), routinely used in Latin American music. Please see Andalusian cadence which seems to be the origin of the Latin Progression.
- Literalism (music) - late-20th-century method of composing music using physical representations of elements of musical composition to create everything from classical orchestral pieces to apparently formless moments of noise
- Soundpoint - the point of a string instrument that creates the best sound in relation to the tone, vibration frequency, and pitch
- Subtones - possibly "undertones" theorized by Heinrich Schenker?
- Nouveau système de musique théorique - fr:Nouveau système de musique théorique
- Bob McDonald (jazz) - established what was perhaps the first college credit course on jazz band; see Bob Florence; ; 
- Electronic music - The theoretical basis, as well as the mechanics of purely electronic forms of musical expression.
- The ASCAP Foundation - ; non-profit arts and culture non-profit foundation - legally separate from ASCAP - that gives out prestigious awards to budding songwriters that have gone on to become big stars (such as John Mayer and Lin-Manuel Miranda)as well as supporting music education and appreciation to underserved communities; 
- Academy of St Cecilia - ; takes its name from the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, in effect the musicians' union in 17th-century Rome of which Corelli, Pasquini and Alessandro Scarlatti were members. Although the Academy covers all periods of music, the principal sphere of interest is early music, interpreted loosely as music dating before 1825. General Meetings (convocations) are held twice yearly. An admission ceremony is followed by a concert, recital or workshop. Members receive the Academy's journal, VOX, and a regular bulletin containing details of forthcoming events. Members are invited to submit articles for publication. The Academy is a social and learned society and not an examining body. From time to time the Chapter awards Honorary Fellowships in recognition of an individual's musical contribution.
- Amati Studios - ; group of mid-range recording studios based all over the UK, which also provides famously cheap in-house mixing and mastering services
- Ball State University Singers - 
- bandFIND.com - ; social utility for the entire music industry, from Joe to Pro. They are attempting to completely renovate the Music Industry. Providing a bridge between the analog business model (that has devastated the industry) and the digital music future.
- Bart Baker makes parodies of famous songs & videos, then posts them on youtube.
- The Battalion Drum and Bugle Corps - ; A drum and bugle corps recently founded out of Provo, UT. They provide a drum corps experience with a Christian environment. They are on their way to perform in a 2016 tour on the West Coast.
- Blues For Peace - ; organization dedicated to promoting blues music and awareness of the blues
- Bluegrass Music Association of Canada (B.M.A.C.)  - The governing body for the preservation and promotion of Bluegrass and Oldtime music in Canada. This Association takes in All of Canada in these genres and is the only national body in Canada.
- BOP Recording Studios - ; World-class recording studio in South Africa best known as the studio used to record the award winning "The Lion King" soundtrack.
- CanadaJams - Canada's Live Music Showcase  - A cross section of the music scene in Canada, with video, audio, photographs, reviews and information on our artists, our venues, and our industry.
- Chartburst  - Unique service which connects unsigned musicians with major record label A&R for record deal consideration and feedback.
- CCVG Transitional Orchestra - transitional orchestra for Year 7 - 12 year olds; all instruments
- CFBG (Campaign for a Better Greensboro) - concert venue and community center promoting rock/alternative music in Greensboro, NC; also a dance studio; 
- Chicago Music Promotions  A social utility for the Entire music industry, to find Independent Musicians & Bands, also to check out Nightclub & Mix Djs in the midwest and Chicago Metro Region
- Choir of the Queen's College, Oxford
- ChristianMedia.ca - ChristianMedia.ca was a national community of Canadian Christians and an online database created by David M.R.D. Spencer in the year 2000. ChristianMedia.ca provided the history of Canadian Christians working, volunteering and ministering in music, radio, televison and media in Canada. Members continue to believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah and Son of God. They are motivated to share the Good News through arts, media and music. References: "ChristianMedia.ca" David Spencer's Media Spin. 1 September 2009. 17 August 2010.  and "ChristianMedia.ca" Archive.org 17 August 2010 
- Creative Edge Music  - Articles on mixing, mastering, pro studios, gear, reviews, artist interviews, the local scene, and more.
- Dance Department  Article Electronic music organization and podcast
- Diatribe Records  Ireland's largest record label for contemporary classical, jazz and electronic music. artists include Yurodny , Izumi Kimura  and Ian Wilson 
- DoDIY.org - Longstanding and current list of DIY venues all over the world
- duomi.com - Chinese music streaming service. Music can be browsed or searched by artist, album, genre, playlist, or record label. As of September 2014, duomi is available for Microsoft Windows desktop, Android, iPhone, Symbian and Windows Phone. duomi's website is http://www.duomi.com/. It is available in the Google Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duomi.android.manufacturer), in the Windows App Store (http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/zh-cn/app/64dc7f68-16b3-4fa9-906c-082a8e81573d) and in the iTunes App Store (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/duomi-music/id515812898?mt=8).
- Earthbound Crew 
- Earn It Yourself - (EIY)   - E.I.Y.is an all-encompassing philosophy and musical movement that allows a band, company, or person to set his/her own goals and reach whatever level of success he/she desires, so long as they have achieved their success by sticking to their values and learning what it takes to reach their goals through a hands-on, do-it-yourself approach.
- Equal Dreams An online music market. Has received extensive media attention (examples: ), there is also an article about Equal Dreams in the Finnish Wikipedia. Equal Dreams should appear (at least in my opinion) in the following categories: . I'm an intern in the company, so I don't think I am able (=allowed) to start a neutral article about Equal Dreams.
- Fez (New York club), music club in lower manhattan (the Fez disambig page lists two albums recorded there)
- Fez (Los Angeles club), music club in LA, at least one album recorded there of belly dancing music. celebrities frequented it
- FreeNewMusic.Net  A Mp3 Search Engine for Creative Commons Licensing Music you can stream and share online with friends, create playlists and register for free. To promote talent worldwide that are independent or unsigned.
- Further Listening [furtherlistening.co.uk] Music website formed to find artists from around the world and promote their music in the UK
- Garlavoddu temple &SSM Ashramama hindu temple &ashram,which locates at Garlavodduhamlet village of enkoor,founded by Manavu.
- Gospell a community-edited Christian music platform.
- Grassies The Northern California Artistic Achievement Awards; 
- Guild of Former Pipe Organ Pumpers - founded by Chester Werntz ("Chet") Shafer, a former pumper in Three Rivers, MI, in 1919
- Heavy Metal Hall of Fame
- Hot Mix Radio Network - 
- Hugh Manson - guitar maker
- IAC Music - website that publishes indie music
- Indiefeed - yes, the article was deleted in 2005, but now indiefeed became one of the most popular podcasts.
- The Innervenus Music Collective - American metal, punk, industrial, doom collective; based in Pittsburgh, PA; established; 2001; strives to work with like minds in putting out records, booking shows, advertising, creating merchandise; a 99.9% D.I.Y. operation, family owned and orchestrated; ; ; ; 
- International Association for Willems Musical Teaching - 
- International Confederation of Music Publishers - International Confederation of Music Publishers is the only international trade association that represents the interests of the global music publishing community. Members encompass individuals and music publishing associations from around the world, including independent multinational and international companies, regional and national music publishers.Their work includes addressing intellectual property and copyright issues in six primary areas of focus, including Free Trade Agreements, Global Repertoire Database, Exceptions to copyright and WIPO, Collective Rights Management, Europeana and Orphan Works, Private Copying Levies and Cloud Computing. The organisation publishes a bimonthly newsletter, entitled "Global Briefing" that summarises industry news from around the world. Their head office is located in Zurich, Switzerland, while its secretariat operates from Brussels, Belgium]] - 
- International Entertainment Buyers Association - non-profit trade organization for talent buyers, booking agents, and venues. Founded in 1970, hosts a large annual conference in Nashville every year. Represents over $1 billion in annual buying power. High profile, covered by industry publications such as Pollstar, VenuesToday, Billboard, and MusicRow. 
- Manhattan Concert Productions - is dedicated to excellence in music making, hospitality, and travel details. Manhattan Concert Productions is a New York City-based production company in its 16th season of performance opportunities for deserving choirs, bands and orchestras at famous venues throughout the United States and abroad. . ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 
- Minimum Security Composers Collective
- Minnesota Boychoir - oldest boychoir in Minnesota; founded 1962; non-profit organization
- The Mixtress Online - ; "Changing the way music is privately traded and artists are publicly promoted, one mix at a time"
- Mosiac Youth Choir - choir for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and questioning youth; Denver, CO
- Movement Nashville - 
- Music of Remembrance - Founded in 1998 by Artistic Director Mina Miller, Music of Remembrance (MOR) fills a unique cultural role in Seattle and throughout the U.S. by remembering Holocaust musicians and their art through musical performances, educational programs, musical recordings, and commissions of new works. To date, MOR has commissioned 19 new works, produced 5 CDs released under the Naxos label, and created one documentary film, The Boys of Terezín. 
- Music Vs. - Worldwide organization founded in 2012 by Yeshiva University students. The goal is to use music to bridge generational gaps and to help heal elderly and sick. Volunteer. 
- The Music Mag - ; promotion for unsigned bands in and around the UK
- New Horizons International Music Association  For adults who want to learn and perform instrumental or vocal music, with over 100 local chapters across the U.S.
- Noisetrade - ; Free music from independent and unsigned artists. Free for artists, free for listeners, with the promise of increasing a fanbase.
- North American Brass Band Association - , , , and ; incorporated in 1983, this non-profit organization's by-laws list the following purposes: (a) To sponsor and hold local, state, regional, national and international contests and festivals
for the purpose of improving the performing standards and abilities of British-type brass bands. (b) To foster, promote and otherwise encourage the establishment, growth and development of British-type brass bands throughout the United States and Canada. (c) To support and help further the music education of its members and to advance the public’s appreciation of British-type brass bands. (d) To serve as a resource for musical and organizational assistance to British-type brass bands throughout North America.
- Renaissance Workshop Company - The Renaissance Workshop Company (RWC) is not only an Early Music workshop making musical Instruments to the highest standards: The company has saved many rare and some relatively unknown instruments from extinction and is one of the main figures in popularizing the use of replicas of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque instruments for historical performance. Their website is: .
- The Richmond Organization (TRO) -  also known as Cheshire Music, Inc.; Cromwell Music, Inc.; Devon Music, Inc.; Essex Music International, Inc.; Folkways Music Publishers, Inc.; Hampshire House Publishing Corp.; Hollis Music, Inc.; Ludlow Music, Inc.; Melody Trails, Inc.; Musical Comedy Productions; Total Music Services; TRO Inc.; Words and Music, Inc.; and Worldwide Music Services. Founded by the late Howie Richmond, who also established the Songwriters' Hall of Fame. From its beginnings TRO made a specialty of claiming authors' rights (often under pseudonymns) to music already in the public domain, a practice permitted by copyright law. A Wikipedia article on The Richmond Organization existed but was deleted in 2007 because there were no cross references to it. However wiki references do exist in articles on "Wimoweh", "Kisses Sweeter than Wine", and "We Shall Overcome"
- Selectadisc - independent UK record store; branches in Nottingham, London and online
- SongwriterLink - online songwriting collaboration community. 
- sonicbids.com - 
- SoundRoutes Singers - Inspirational community choirs in Glasgow, Bearsden, Hamilton, Carluke and Motherwell; 
- Spirit of San Antonio -  It's the marching band for The University of Texas at San Antonio, and as part of the University's efforts to become a bigger name in college football, this ensemble is challenged to keep up and attempt to become known in the world of College Marching Band. Many other Marching Ensembles have articles, this one should be included.
- Spox Talk - political and social music
- Sympho - 
- Tap 'n' Tin - music venue, club/pub/bar; Chatham, Kent
- Touristlink - 
- Trap City - YouTube Channel dedicated to trap music
- Tunguska Electronic Music Society created by several musicians and composers on the threshold of centenary of the Tunguska phenomenal catastrophe, in order to capture the public attention to such an extraordinary event.
- VogueFM - international online radio station and online community
- Voices of Eden Gospel Choir - Gospel choir founded in 2005 at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation - California corporation, part of the Warner Music Group, registers songs with the U.S. Copyright Office and licenses music printing companies to reproduce text for its properites. No background article exists as of this writing. - B.C.Schmerker
- West End Kids - A centre of excellence for young musical theatre performers in the UK
- Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame
- Youth Empowered Action  A youth empowerment organization that runs youth activism summer camps. Relevant media articles are listed on their website.
Producers, sound engineers, etc.
Note: Electronic music DJs should be listed at Wikipedia:Requested articles/music/Performers and bands.
- Andrew Henton - Jamaican reggae producer; co-founded Tarantula Records; producer for Tanya Stephens
- Ambrose Bye (born October 21, 1980) - musician and music producer; son of poets Anne Waldman and Reed Bye; works with contemporary American poets; collaborations with Akilah Oliver, Anne Waldman, Amiri Baraka, Kristin Prevallet, Daniel Carter(musician), Bob Holman, Eleni Sikelianos; performs internationally with Waldman; co-founded, with Waldman, Fast Speaking Music; taught collaborative workshops at Naropa University, New England College (MFA Poetry), and at The St. Marks Poetry Project; has produced four albums with Waldman: In the Room of Never Grieve, The Eye of the Falcon, Matching Half (with Akilah Oliver), and The Milk of Universal Kindness; his music accompanies the video The Wake-Up Call of a Poet, produced by the Buddhist Broadcasting Foundation in the Netherlands and was broadcast over Dutch television in December 2009; ; ; ; 
- Adam King (musician) - musician, producer/engineer and songwriter; from Toronto, ON; worked on Jill Barber's Juno-nominated album For All Time; other artists including: Justin Nozuka, God Made Me Funky, Eva Avila, Good Lovelies, Cancel Winter
- Adrian Bradford - multiple Juno-award-winning and Grammy-nominated record producer and live audio engineer
- Alias 5 - electronica producer; produced for Nightcrawlers, Everything But the Girl, The Chemical Brothers, Darren Tate, Nimmo & Bayer
- Andrew Buckton - producer and engineer; owner of Studio 203; ; worked with Tahuna Breaks, Cliff Hedley, False Start, These Four Walls, The Midnight Youth
- Andrew Fenton Kazdin (born October 20, 1034-died November 28, 2011)-Grammy Award winning Classical music producer; composer, audio producer NY Philharmonic, Live from Lincoln Center; CBS Masterworks; Producer for Glenn Gould, Morton Gould, E Power Biggs, Murray Perahia, many others.
- Becoming Phill real name Tshuutheni Emvula  - audio engineer, producer, songwriter, arranger, from Namibia who has made hip hop, rnb, house, various electronic music worked with Gazza (musician) on Stof-Lap Chikapute TeQuila Sunny Boy (rapper) Pumpkinhead (rapper) Malkovich (rapper)  has appeared inOkayplayer  has composed for films, My beautiful Nightmare , Love Is..., 100 Bucks 
- Big Holiday - hip-hop producer/remixer, new-wave hip-hop style, new-pop, r'n'b, etc.; owner, Holiday Music Group; worked with Chantelle from Interscope/Convicted, Queen Kong (aka Lady Nicole), Jordyn Taylor from Interscope Records, Pretty Willie (aka P Dub), Scarfizzie, Self Made Management, Mek2la (aka Flavia Prado)
- Bill Halverson - audio engineer, producer; worked with Eric Clapton, Cream, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Beach Boys
- Bobby Martin (producer) - arranger, conductor, songwriter, composer; Grammy winner for TSOP for the Soul Train theme song; Grammy Winner for Kay Gee on the Saturday Night Fever Bee Gees soundtrack; arranged Michael Jackson and The Jacksons Enjoy Yourself (1976) and Billy Paul Me and Mrs. Jones; produced Lou Rawls; wrote for Nancy Wilson Let's Fall in Love All Over Again; discovered Patti LaBelle; produced The Manhattans Kiss and Say Goodbye; produced LTD Back in Love Again; founder of TSOP The Sound of Philadelphia; band deader and conductor of MFSB; vibist with Lynn Hope Orchestra; played with Lionel Hampton; worked in Hollywood at A&M Records with Quincy Jones; signed with labels incluing Capitol Records, Philadelphia International Records, Columbia Records; founder and inventor of disco music; founder of R&B music; producing R&B and rock and roll records since early 1950s; first music producer to add string sections to R&B music on a song "I Sold My Heart to the Junkman" by LaBelle (1959; released 1960); arranged theme song "For The Love of Money" by The O Jays for television show The Apprentice; close friend of Berry Gordy and Clive Davis; owner of Bobby Martin Productions; owner of several music-publishing companies; has produced for dozens and dozens of record labels; has won hundreds of gold records and gold platinum record awards; has produced hundreds of hit songs that went to the top of the charts
- Boris Rensky - head producer of t.A.T.u.; co-founder, with Ivan Shapovalov, of various projects including this band
- Brian "Rome" Romero - signed to BYI Entertainment; works with Omar Cruz
- Bruce Ravid - former A&R for Capitol/BMI
- C-Rouge - Armenian trance-music producer & DJ
- Carl Glanville - engineer/producer; U2, Shudder to Think, Counting Crows, David Sanborn
- Carla Olson - producer; 
- CCVG Transitional Orchestra - based in the Friary centre, Cardiff, Wales
- Channel (music) - like a pre-chorus, but as long as a verse, and instrumentally could fool someone into thinking that it is the chorus until the actual chorus breaks through; (I have no documentation but this is taught in songwriting books and classes)
- Childen's metal - a subgenre of heavy metal music, mainly for children. The first band ever to start this genre is the UK-based group Sharky Sharky, which was formed in 2013 and makes a combination of pop, rock, punk and power metal with light-hearted fantasy themed lyrics, mostly about oceans and sharks.
- Chris Calor - American hip-hop/rap music producer & DJ; has produced for Chance the Rapper, Isaiah Rashad; ; ]
- Justin Colletti - Producer/engineer, educator and journalist 
- Daniel Alexander "D.A." Fernandez (Born May 2nd, 1984) is a Cuban- American Record producer, Audio engineer from Miami, Florida. He is also Vice-President of I.M.G./ Strongarm Latino, the Latin Branch of Rapper Flo-rida's Record label, where he gained his notoriety for producing Team Phlyte's hit-single Ass Shake.
- Danny Keyz - producer and writer on RZA, Fabolous, Eminem, Dr.Dre albums; 
- Dave Percefull - producer/engineer; David Cook, Brandon Jenkins, Zac Maloy, Caroline's Spine, Phil Marshall, Abbey Road, yellow DOG Studios
- Dave "Preach" Balfour - producer; has worked with T Pain, Akon, Bow Wow Ciara; 
- DJ Beathoven / Beathoven - old-school hip-hop & funk DJ / producer; founder, Puma Strut record label (Brighton, England)
- Dj Brillante - Italian DJ and producer; from Bari
- DJ McFly - American DJ/mashup producer; ; ; ; 
- DK All Day - West Coast producer for Ludaris ("Child of the Night"- Red Light District, E-40, Roscoe Umali, Korupt, Roscoe, 1-15, Yukmouth; ; 
- DMO (producer) - electronic & Latin music producer; based in the North East Florida region
- Druski - dub producer & sound engineer; based in Minneapolis, MN; 
- Dr Cat (also known as Luca Gatti_ - producer and composer; founder, Green Queen Music; 
- Eklect, mutli-genre record producer; CEO, Eklect Records LLC
- Eric Medley - Long time music producer-audio engineer from LinOma Nebraska; Tremulant Records - Eric Medley Music Productions
- Freda Kelly - assistant to The Beatles; subject of film documentary, "Gool Ol' Freda"
- Gary Stinno Nwobu - Nigerian music producer and sound engineer; 
- Gilde Flores (better known as Gilflo) - musician and producer from major to indie; work on MTV's Adventures in Hollyhood
- Gondwana Records - Manchester based independent record label, specialising in jazz music . Artists include award winning jazz musician Matthew Halsall  and Mercury Prize nominees, GoGo Penguin .
- Greg McWhorter - Southern California music producer and owner of several record labels. Produced records for Voodoo Glow Skulls, Guttermouth, Bags, White Flag, Catholic Discipline, and many others.
- Hassan El Shafei - Music producer. His latest release "Mayestahlushi" ( ) his official Facebook page ()
- HamSquad - production team consisting of CMC (Joe Vega III) and Keith the Beast (Keith Davis Jr.). Hamsquad Music LLC; have done production Soulja boy tell'em (; ; ; ; ); Bow Wow (); OJ_da_Juiceman (; ; ); Pleasure P (); Jay Rock, Jody_Breeze (), Frank Lini; founded 2009; released song "I'm Ballin" performed by Soulja Boy Tell'Em which was featured on More Than a Game (soundtrack) () () ()
- Hélène Blazy - French composer of the instrumental theme music for documentary film Murder on a Sunday Morning (2001); works for Compositeur
- Hulon E. Crayton II - Lonnie Crayton is a music producer, songwriter, talent manager; works through Premier Booking & Management Co., Premier Musique Group and Crayton Corp
- Ian van der Molen - Ian van der Molen - Chief Recording Engineer for Keith Olsen's Pogologo Productions since 2009. Editing, Mixing, and Production Assistance
- Isosine - mashup producer most known for "Justin Bieber vs. Slipknot - Psychosocial Baby," which was posted on YouTube in 2011
- iZLER - film and television composer and songwriter/performer; (television includes: Revenge, Shameless, ER, The Chicago Code; film includes: On the Ice, Natural Selection, Humboldt County; songwriting and performing: Robbie Williams, Ryan Adams, Imogen Heap, Dave Stewart, Jesse Malin, Kim Caldwell, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, Brian May, Holly Johnson; 
- James Sabella - producer and engineer with credits ranging from Marcy Playgrounds eponymously titles debut album, Nine Days' The Maddening Crowd (featuring Absolutely The Story of a Girl), and Public Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold us Back.
- Jef Moll - American producer, engineer, editor, mixer; member of producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette's recording team
- Jeff "Critter" Newell (died 2012-1-2; age 45) - sound engineer; worked with Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Lard, (facebook links f.w.i.w.: Critter Newell memorial/Irish wake. Monday, Jan 9 at 9:00pm; ; ; 
- Jizza Pro - R&B and pop producer; based in London, UK, where he owns a recording studio
- Jody Spence - American musician, songwriter, producer, engineer, drummer; younger brother of Judson Spence; founding member, power-pop band The Semantics (Millard Powers, Bill Owsley, Ben Folds)
- Joe Chester - Irish record producer; produced several noteworthy records; songwriter and artist
- Joe Wakeford - English record producer; based in Czech Republic; working for Leapy Lee, Timmy Mallett and Lucie Bila
- John Steven Lasher - Australian music producer & record-label executive
- Johnny R Goode III - American lighting designer; lighting director, Skydog Gypsy (2001–2002), The Disco Biscuits (since 2002); lighting designer, Austin City Limits Festival 2004, 2005, 2006; lighting crew chief, Willie Nelsons Family Picnic 2005; lighting board operator, ESPN Boxing 2005; lighting designer, Progressions DVD, The Disco Biscuits; won a Jammy - Tour of the Year 2008, DVD of the Year 2008, Lighting Designer; lighting board operator: Snoop Dog, Sheyrl Crow, Robin Williams, Lewis Black, Robert Randolf, Pat Green, The Roots, The Duo, Keller Williams, Antibolis, Al Green, Paul Wall, Slim Thug
- Josh Farrell - producer; co-owner, Hell's Kitchen Studio; former founding member, New Jersey punk band Bigwig (band)
- Jon Woodroffe - recording studio owner, sound engineer, record producer
- Jonnytrickz - British music producer and CEO; founder, JMG Music
- Jose Maria Vargas University - Pembroke Pines, Florida; founded 2003 ??
- Ken Whiteley - producer for all of Raffi's records (and played in Raffi's band); produced records for Fred Penner and other Canadian musicians; musician with many records; "He is an active record producer, having worked on more than eighty albums. His productions have resulted in 11 Gold or Platinum albums, 22 Juno nominations, 2 Juno winners and 2 Grammy nominations, with total sales in excess of 8 million copies."; 
- Kyle West - America R&B record producer late 80's to 2000. 5 number 1 R&B Billboard records, 10 Top 10's. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T.E.V.I.N. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_Effect_Mode. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_Times...and_the_Whole_9!
- Lev Berlak - producer, audio engineer; worked with Too Short, Richie Rich, Tupac Shakur, Don Cherry, tony toni tone  , 
- Lindsay Edwards - British musician, producer and academic; member, Tin Tin Out, InnerSphere, The Disco Evangelists; ; 
- The Latin Rascals - freestyle remix and production team
- Häzel - award nominated music producer,record producer
- Manuel Castro Padilla - famous mexican composer; http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0145459/
- Mantis (musicians) - electronic music producers from Atlanta, GA; known for metal-infuenced dubstep; multiple charting albums, including Epsilon, which hit overall Beatport top-five releases at #4 on the second day; ; ; 
- Marc Aubort (also known as Mark J. Aubort) and Joanna Nickrenz, sound engineer and producer of classical records, usually together; multiple Grammy winners; Elite Recordings, Inc.
- Marc McClusky - produced for Hit the Lights and Scenes from a Movie
- Marcio Brenes – produced for Mundo Vacio, Tiffany Joy, Luis Enrique, Erika Vidrio
- Mark Shimmel - former CEO, LaFace Records; former senior vice president, Arista Records; working with Se7en on his U.S. debut; ; ; ; 
- Marlo Bright - producer, artist; 
- Marvin Lalihatu - recording studio owner, producer and artist
- Mary Louise "ML" Perlman (née Platt) - member, Spalding Rockwell; composed music for Thinking XXX; credited as co-writer of "Hear My Name" by Armand Van Helden
- McKinley Jackson - American producer, arranger, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist. Member of the Politicians.(), (), (), ()
- Michael Kolar - recording studio owner; producer and engineer for Soundscape Studios; (), Chicago, IL; client list includes Rhymefest, GLC, The Cool Kids, The Boewevils, Angel "Lola" Luv, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Kidz in the Hall, Mikkey Halsted; Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer for his work on Ludacris's album Release Therapy for the song "Warning (Intro)"
- Michelle Klaessens - producer, mixing, recording and mastering engineer for The Rock Factory (), Auckland, New Zealand; completed album in 2008 for Slipping Tongue; has worked on recent releases from These Four Walls, The Glory Sea (); The Twitch () and Amperzahn (); live sound engineer, mainly in Auckland; toured nationally with bands and did sound at New Zealand festivals Toots & Grooves, A Low Hum and Camp A Low Hum ()
- Mick Kluczynski - event production manager; career spanned from 1965 to 2009; member, the Pink Floyd "Quad Squad"; event production of the BRITS awards between 1995 and 2009
- Mike Maxheat Mosley (also known as MaD MaX) - from Akron, Ohio; director of operations, audio video engineer, webmaster, PR specialist, radio DJ, remix specialist, motivational speaker, program director, journalist, graphic designer, recording engineer, digital music editor, music arranger, multi-instrument musician producer, underground music ambassador and the lead performer for M3 Records Ohio; B.A. in media production, minor in pre-law, University of Akron; co-founder, M3 Records Ohio and internationally syndicated Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show radio program on Pro Flow Radio
- Mike Smith (producer) - produced, recorded, and mixed "Denovo", Las Vegas, NV
- MIDI Mafia - produced 50 Cent's "21 Questions" and Fantasia's "When I See You" (sold over 20 million albums)
- Miti Adhikari - producer and engineer, BBC Maida Vale; worked with Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Radiohead, White Stripes; ; 
- Navid Lancaster - Sound Engineer, music producer, musician from Trinidad and Tobago. Member of the Baha'i Faith. Owner of Lancast Ltd; ; ;; ; ; ; ; ;
- Nada Recording Studio - located in New Windsor, NY; owned by John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Brand New, Polar Bear Club, Just Surrender, The Audition, Midtown); studio has fostered the careers of many large mainstream rock bands
- Nik Tyler - worked with The Starting Line, The Almost, Four Year Strong, Valencia, New Atlantic, Days Away
- NoCore (also known as Mike Schmidt (musician), .miQ, Apocryphal Superorganism, Zymotic (musician) and Exist (musician)) - producer, electronic music composer, live performing artist, recording engineer; has performed across Canada, U.S. and Europe (; ); large body of work, mostly self-released (; ) or with independent labels (; ; ; ; ; ); with numerous remixes (; ) and compilation appearances (); played on CBC's Brave New Waves ( (search "nocore"))
- Norby Walters - agent (The Walters Group) who branched out into sports agent work; gained "notorious" reputation for making cash payments to college athletes (see Cris Carter); convicted (with partner Lloyd Bloom) on racketeering and mail fraud charges
- Norman Winter - Music publicist for Elton John, Michael Jackson and many more. Passed away from Lewy Body disease. (;  ;  ;  ;  ;  ;  ;  already on page with no link;  on wiki in the 'In Memorium';  involved in We Are the World  on Wiki. Personal Website 
- One Drop Scott - producer
- Open Labs - Music Making Company based out of Austin, Texas that created StageLight. It is used by the likes of Linkin Park and Timberland. []
- Patrick E. Baker (also known as Techmaster P.E.B.) - pioneer of bass music such as the Miami Bass genre
- Peo de Pitte - A Swedish composer and DJ based out of London. He is one of the original creators of deep house music. [www.peodepitte.com]
- Pinky Paras - Singer of the remix song(2014) of Mika Singh's popular song 'Sawan main lag gayi aag.(1998)
- Pipeman - 
- List of Professional Sports Musical Organizations - List of musical organizations, such as drumlines or marching bands, that are affiliated with a professional sports team, such as an NFL or NBA team.
- Questlove production discography – Questlove's discography as producer (extensive production history)
- Ray Minshull - producer for Decca Records (1934-2007); 
- Razormaid Productions - subscription-based DJ remix service; founded by Joseph Watt and Art Maharg. history here
- Razor K1 - An english music producer; best known for his dance music and hit "This is MC"
- RythmIQ - producer for HaveIT Music LLC. (2009-2010); 
- Rick Devoe - producer and manager of blink-182
- Rogério Martins - DJ/producer; pt:Rogério Martins
- Romesh Dodangoda - British record rroducer; credits include Motorhead, Lostprophets, Funeral aor a Friend, Kids in Glass Houses, The Blackout, Twin Atlantic; 
- Round Wave Crusher - electronic hardcore/speedcore producer
- Roy "Mad Dog" Harper - electronica, pop, rock, indie
- Saj Beatz - Bristol, England-based hip-hop and R&B producer; 
- Sam Hulick - LA-based BAFTA nominated composer for film, TV, and video games; noted for his work on the Mass Effect video game series and already referenced in multiple articles on Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?search=Sam+Hulick&title=Special%3ASearch&go=Go
- Santa Fe Pro Musica - Santa Fe performance organization; Classical Music, orchestra, chamber music, baroque period instruments [www.santafepromusica.com]
- Snakestyle - electronica producer from London / Kent, UK 
- Snoozer Sawatiking - Malawi-born producer; founder, Unique Records
- Spence Mills - producer 
- Stevie Keyzz - American record producer for Willy Northpole
- Tai K. Rotan (also known as TKRP) - hip-hop, R&B and ambient producer; produced "Came-Up" on album Can't Sell Dope Forever
- TEMPHUiBIS - electronica producer; from Stratford, East London
- The Fez! - experimental producer from Colchester, Essex
- The Music Mag - unsigned band promotion in the UK; 
- The Next Columbine - Controversial Metal Band Hitting The Media; 
- Thomas Hewitt Jones - Award-winning British composer, classical and commercial music. Referenced in multiple articles on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?search=Thomas+Hewitt+Jones&title=Special%3ASearch&go=Go
- Tim O'Heir - producer for Say Anything's ...Is a Real Boy
- Tim "Timmy" Dawson - guitar engineering for the nickelback tours; plays as a special guest
- Todd Wilkes - music publisher, song plugger, producer; secured recording contract for Josh Thompson
- Tony May (born Ross Anthony May, 1937) - New York City recording engineer, songwriter and producer; engineering career spans many genres, included Broadway musicals, film soundtracks and television, and stretched from the 1950s analog tape mono era to early multi-track digital, as well as analog restorations and transfers to digital formats; many of his mid-1970s recordings were later sampled for rap and hip-hop ("Hot Wheels (The Chase)", from the soundtrack to the film Gordon's War; "It's Your Thing", from the Isley Brothers album It's Our Thing, to name two); ; ; (the links to these searches include results from the British photographer of the same name, which need to be disambiguated)
- Trancephilic5 East African dance music Artist, Producer, Dj 
- Trevor Kampmann Artist, Producer, and Mastering Engineer of many Temporary Residence and Teenbeat recordings including Explosions In The Sky's Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever and Flin Flon's "Boo-B00" [] [] []
- Trevor Kustiak - record producer, produced both Evans Blue albums, The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume (2006) and The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal of Life Ends (2007), as well as their third album (2009); producer of debut album from Rains (Stories, 2009); co-owner, The Pocket Studios in Toronto, with Mari Dew and Mike Turner; former guitarist/songwriter, Cool for August
- Wayne Bennett (musician) (also known as Wayne Lotek and Lotek) - producer, 2009 Barclaycard Mercury Prize-winning album Speech Therapy by Speech Debelle; produced for Roots Manuva on a number of his albums including the 2002 Mercury Prize-nominated album Run Come Save Me as well as releasing music as part of Lotek HiFi and as a solo artist; 
- Winterman - drum-and-bass and Baltimore club music producer and DJ; 
- Wonder Arillo - Atlanta-based hip-hop producer, songwriter and engineer.
- Yoriyos - producer on Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (album)
- Zack Anselm (also known as Magic Machine, since 2008) - indie producer and songwriter for Magic Universe Records; 
- Accent Records (US) - established 1954 when the album Lonesome Horn, by clarinetist Drew Page, was released; other artists include: Buddy Merrill, David Powell, Nick Lucas, Bill Roberts, The Wheelers, Kirby Hamilton, Richard Christopher, Jay Thomas, Encore Duo, Warren Doyle Smith (aka "Smitty") and Don Malena; 
- Acetate Records - Los Angeles-based independent rock label; 
- Act So Big Forest Collective - Colorado-based music collective and label; 
- ADDA (record label) - French classical-music label
- AEMMP Records - 
- Aggressive Rockproduktionen
- Al Cafaro - chairman & CEO of A&M Records during the 1990s; 
- Artifix Records - [http:www.artifixrecords.com]; record label specializing in Southern California Punk Rock from 1976 to 1983. Label mentioned in several Wikipedia articles. See BAGS and CATHOLIC DISCIPLINE.
- Authentik Artists - ; record label with worldwide digital distribution for independent acts
- Baybee G productions - British independent label; Leeds; owned by Gopal Sirha
- Beacon Records - publisher of LPs such as the 1957 album My Pussy Belongs To Daddy; not to be confused with the new Beacon Records (established 2010)
- Beech St. Studios - label for the Long Beach, NY, area; established in 2006
- BEKO-DSL - French label
- Believe Digital - Music distributor 
- Birds, Orphans & Fools - 
- Black Ledge Music - 
- Black Redemption - New York-based reggae label; established 2002; first UK dub music label in the U.S.
- Blue Bunny Records - sub-label of Asthmatic Kitty; owned by Jai Agnish
- BlueMusicGroup.com - American label with jazz, classical, avant garde, folk and world music
- BrownFox Records - Czech progressive house / electro house label established by czech DJ and Producer " BlackFly "
- Bungalow Records - German label
- Butown Entertainment - Established by Legendary producer Gary Miller "Producer" 
- Butterscotch Records - 
- BYI Entertainment - joint venture with Interscope/Geffen Records
- ByStorm Entertainment - Created by the late great Notorious B.I.G's former managers Mark Pitts and Wayne Barrow who now manage artists like Miguel, and J. Cole
- CalmDownKidder Records - chiptune net label; 
- Canzion Group, LP - Christian label; established by Marcos Witt
- Checkmate Entertainment - subsidiary of Capitol Records
- Cloud Hunter Records - 
- Colemine Records - independent label; from Middletown, OH; started by Terry Cole; artists include Rideout & Terry Cole, The Jive Turkeys, Tough Junkie, Ikebe Shakedown and Othello & DJ Vajra
- Crash Records - independent label; from Oxford, England; 
- Crossbill Records - independent label; based in Davis, CA; 
- Crown Digital Records- independent label; 
- darkNEONrecords - independent electronic label; 
- DIAGNOSTIC - artists include Bat Paper, Dark Dark Black, Gitmo!, Greedo's Revenge, Doctor Galopagos;
- Dirtbag Records - indie label; partnered with Warner
- Dirty Laboratory Productions - artists include AwareNess, Calm., Doctype, Extra Kool and Time
- Dolph Hamster Music - independent label; artists include Napolien, Morning Departure, The Anarchists Pogo Party, SpyGame, AC Violator, The Apocalypse Method and S&M; 
- Dromedary Records - New Jersey independent rock label; artists include The Mommyheads, Stuyvesant, Speed the Plough, Penguins Kill Polar Bears, Shirk Circus, and The 65's; ; ; ; ; ; 
- Dumout Records - subsidiary label of G-unit Records
- Dweeb Records - Nashville, TN-based label; established by John Mark Painter
- Ecl3ctic.com - jazz reprints label; titles by Glenn Miller, Scott Joplin, Charlie Parker & Chet Baker
- Econore - German noise and experimental music label
- Ekkekko Records - independant label; based in Flint, MI; 
- EMI-Medley - created in 1992 after EMI bought Medley Records
- Enexia - label formed by Anthony Pratt; based in Southern California
- Enough Records - Portuguese net label; established 2001; 
- Experimental Division Nashville - media production and distribution
- Eyeless Records - indie Label; from Champaign, IL; supports mostly teen bands, all of which are alt. rock and metal; formed 2008 by the lead singer of Mr. Eggy, Nick Pitingolo
- Familia Records - Latino rap label from the 1990s; featured artists including Lil Rob, Mr. Shadow and Down aka Kilo; originators of the term Chicano rap
- File Under: Music - label based out of Vancouver, BC. Operating since 2007. Releases from such artists as Dan Mangan, Kathryn Calder, and Blackie and the Rodeo Kings 
- Fond Of Life Records - German independent punk-rock label
- Fuzzy Panda Recording Co. - label operating out of DC/Philadelphia; ambient and experimental music since 2004; 
- Gamlingay Records - independent community record label, based in the UK; 
- Genta Entertainment - indie label; based in New Jersey; 
- Geometric Records - based in the San Fernando Valley
- Green Queen Music - indie label; world music albums; founded by Luca Gatti AKA Dr Cat; 
- Green Records (Green Records and Tapes) - label; founded Knox Mitchell July 2007; 
- Highway 125 (record label) - Australian independent record label; based in Sydney; released album from The Saints; largely focuses on developing new Australian acts; 
- Historic Recordings - ; British-based label; products have been reviewed in Gramophone and Fanfare; founded 2009 by Paul Terry (businessman)
- Humble Beast - Christian label/Movement; family of creatives, pastors, writers, theologians, and musicians, who leverage their talents to see the Gospel go out into the community and transform lives; 
- iSlap Entertainment - Bay Area independent label; founded 2004 by Adams Rivera (aka Heat); 
- I Surrender Records - NYC-based label; artists include Four Year Strong, Dragonette and Valencia
- Itchy Pig Records - label aimed at pushing the boundaries of sound; founded 2011 by electronic producer Sir Vinyl Instinct; ; 
- In an Emergency Dial - Norwich-based DIY label/promoter; positive mentions including in NME magazine, on BBC Radio One amongst others; hosted Bombay Bicycle Club, Wild Beasts and Ugly Duckling (hip hop group)
- Infamous Records - subsidiary label of G-Unit Records
- ini.itu - experimental label releasing vinyl limited editions, many dealing with the interface of electronica and south-east asian sounds
- Inspected Records - dubstep and drum & bass label; 
- Jade Eyez Entertainment & Ekkekko Records - Ekkekko Records entertainment company, for artist management and development
- Jam Central Records - Buckinghamshire-based label; rock, pop, acoustic
- Jammy Jams - Washington, DC-based label; children's, lullaby
- Kick It Recordings - electronic label; found by DJ and producer, Farace, out of Florida; run by Btz of Sneaker and the Dryer
- Klanggalerie - Austrian label; avant garde and underground music
- Kutmusic - Italian label; electronic music and other genres; active at least since 1995
- Kyubu Records - UK House and techno label; Founded in 2013 by TR20 members Joshua Tobin And Jack Rutherford; ; 
- Levi Digital Entertainment - independent label; founded by Lex Levi
- LHP Records - part of Long Hall Productions Limited which also incorporates LHP Studios; based in Southampton, England; established 2007; member of the Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL); signed artists include Deja Vue, The "K", The K.O. Kid, Katherine's Favorites and Crown Electric Company; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 
- Liming Records - Taiwanese label; produced bootleg versions of American and British albums during 1960s and 1970s
- Magnetic Eye Records - NY label founded in 2011 by Greatdayforup and Ironweed guitarist Mike Vitali featuring artists such as Summoner, Mental Chaos, Ironweed, GirlsOnDrugs et. al. which includes sublabel Nanobox Records, co-located in Chicago. This boutique label focuses heavily on vinyl releases and securing licensing placements in network television, films and video games as Greatdayforup and Ironweed have been featured on Xbox Major League Baseball 2K7  and Charlie Sheen's final appearance on CBS's Two and a half Men respectively. In addition, the label works with emerging artists focused on new instrumentation and technologies such as Google Glass and work to partner with unusual collaborators such as the College for Nanoscale and Science Engineering. 
- Mainframe Recordings A drum & bass record label which is owned by DisasZt. It started the career of Camo & Krooked, Fred V & Grafix, Xilent etc etc.
- MBMi - Independent label; founded in 2012 by Bernard Alexander. This label's versatility has brought them recognition in a plethora of genres from Reggae, Hip Hop, EDM and even Soca. [www.mastablastamusic.com]
- Medley Records - Danish label; founded 1978 by Michael Ritto and Poul Bruun; bought 1992 by EMI to create EMI-Medley; da:Medley Records
- Megamania Records - Finnish label
- Merck Movement Entertainment - ; Kansas City-based
- Mirror Records - Rochester, NY-based label; associated with The House of Guitars
- Mobilee Records - Berlin-based label; electronic music; 
- Mode2 Recordings - label; ; house, techno, electronica, alternative dance and chill out
- Munich Records - 
- Natalac Records - Jacksonville, Florida and Columbia, South Carolina Hip-Hop, Pimp hop, & R&B Record Label; Founded 1997; 
- Nosferatu Records - Montreal, Quebec-based independent label; founded 1986; heavy metal, Trop Feross
- Oak Lawn Records - Dallas, Texas based independent dance music label. The labels roster included The Uptown Girls and many others.
- Oclassica - ; Riga based digital-only classical music label
- oh! map records - ; 
- Olive Juice Music - NYC-based DIY online mailorder distributor, label and studio; host of OJ ALL Day (an annual "Real Independent" Music Festival)
- organism - New Zealand's specialist organ and choral CD label; 
- OSR - VT-founded, NYC-based DIY label specializing in "psychological modernism," with cassette and vinyl releases by Robert Scott (The Clean, The Bats (New Zealand band)), Howling Hex, and others
- Pilz Records (USA) - in history of Pilz Records (disambiguation); California-based jazz label
- Pitchfork Records) - Philadelphia based record label and promotional company
- Post Oak Records - Greenwood Village, CO-based hip-hop and rap label; established 2007; 
- Pretty Boy Records - St. Louis Mo; owned by producer Pretty Boy who has worked with Akon, Nelly, Kelly Rowland, Tyra B, Talib Kweli, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Yolanda Adams & Jibbs
- Prometheus Music - filk label; 
- Psychedelic Records - U.S. label; ]http://psychedelicrecords.com]
- Puma Strut - founded 2000; independent label; based in Brighton, England; specialises in funk-fuelled hip-hop inspired by the original elements of the culture; founded by DJ/producer Macca (aka DJ Beathoven); 
- Quasimodo Records - ; New York- and Montreal-based; heavy-metal
- R&C Japan - Japanese label; released several of Fayray's and other Japanese recording artists' albums; 
- Redefinition Records - ; label co-owned and operated by Washington DC-based artist Damu The Fudgemunk; indie label; distributes music on vinyl, CD and digitally (digital through The Orchard); (previously somebody made a page with this name but it was a group that did not legally own the company name nor conduct business as Redefinition Records, LLC; page removed for not non-notability)
- Redline Park - ; subscription-based netlabel featuring experimental jazzcore and avant-garde; artists include Vinny Golia and U.E.M.
- Roadshow Music - 
- Rockhouse Music Ent - St. Louis, MO: owned by producers Pretty Boy & Bradd Young; artists: Mai Lee, Vega, Bradd Young, Aloha Mischeaux
- Sandcastle Records - California-based independent label; supports D.I.Y. bands and helps local artists artists: Such A Mess; unreleased artists: Happy Harbor, Seasons Change, Captives; ; 
- Seventh Records - French progressive rock / jazz label, publishing i.e. Magma's works; 
- Sierra Pacific Records - don't know label's specialty, but I have five albums by an artist named Johnny Bennett, all on this label: "Give Me Credit" (1986), "Face on the Bar Room Floor" (1988), "If You've Got a Pickup Truck, You've Got a Lot of Friends" (1990), "Favorites" (1992), and "Just the Mountains Last Forever" (1993). Label's address c.1993 was 4473 Lidia Court, Chino CA 91710. 1993 & 1990 album jackets mention recording at Trax Recording Studio, Hollywood CA; "Bar Room Floor" recorded and mixed at Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, and mastered at Capitol Records, Hollywood; "Credit" recorded and mixed at Blue Dolphin Studio, Hollywood, and mastered at Capitol.
- Sinnbusrecords - ; Berlin-based independent label, publisher, concert-promoter and artist-collective; features indie, post-rock and electronica; artists: Bodi Bill, Alarma Man, Audrey, SDNMT, Ter Haar, Troy von Balthazar, Beach, Monotekktoni, Kam:as, Torchous, Ampl:tude, Kinn, Barra Head, Toboggan, I Might Be Wrong, Masonne
- Snail Records - Dutch independent label; specialized in world music; 
- SOUND HOLIC - 
- Soundkeeper Recordings - 
- Southern Ground Artists - [www.southerngroundartists.com]Label started by Zac Brown Band as part of his Southern Ground brand, features artists such as The Wood Brothers, Blackberry Smoke, Levi Lowrey and others.
- Sour Mash Records - label formed by Oasis lead guitarist Noel Gallagher; signed Proud Mary and Shack; released Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
- SRI Jazz - ; Los Angeles-based independent label; classic and new jazz
- SSMG - Jamaica-based record label; reggae and dancehall
- Starborn Records - ; indie label; Chicago and Atlanta
- Step Forward (record label)
- Step-1 Music - ; English punk rock/streetpunk/oi! label; been around for nearly 20 years; released music by quite a few notable bands
- Stressed Sumo Records -  founded when Stressed Records and Sumo Records merged in 2007.
- Sub Conscious Records - Sydney-based; hip-hop label; 
- Superradio Records - ; Italian label from 1982
- Take Root Records - San Francisco-based independent label; ; owned by Nate Perry; signed artists include Bellavista, Minipop and The Ettes; 
- Taliferro Music - ; online music label specializing in jazz, R&B and electronic music
- The Names That Spell Records - ; Chicago experimental-music label
- The V. Sessions - 
- ThirdEye Entertainment Group - ; Minnesota entertainment-music label
- Tinyamp Records - ; Denver Colorado LoFi, experimental, Rock n' Roll music label
- To Live A Lie Records - Raleigh, NC-based grindcore and powerviolence label; 
- TownHall Records - 
- Turnabout Records - subsidiary of Vox Records
- Twosyllable Records - Brooklyn-based label; 
- Valholla Entertainment -  Miami-based entertainment/record company; founded by Vince "Valholla" Eyma
- Vinny Bosko- Southeast San Diego based recording artist from the Black Angels Music Group label.
- Vod Recordings - Boston-Based Record Label; founded by Darian Terrance Worrell AKA "Mr. Dar"
- Wasted State Records - independent Edinburgh-based label; specialises in metal and punk; 
- We Are Busy Bodies - Toronto-based label; releases include Japanther, Zoobombs, The Meligrove Band, Cuff the Duke
- Well Mixed Records - Romanian independent dance-music label; 
- Wepecket Island Records - traditional American music by modern masters; incorporated in Massachusetts, June 11, 2009; 
- Woodland Recordings - Brighton, England-based independent label; alt-folk and scene-creator; 
- XCI Records - Los Angeles based Record label and major studio; pop,r&b, rap, and hip hop based expanding into rock and electronic based records, artist and bands; ; 
- Zobe Records - DMV (District of Columbia/Maryland/Virginia) based independent record label, publishing company, entertainment and media company; a division of international Zobe Models & Talents Agency; owned by Alonzo Black; artists include Jaybird "The Purdy Boi" and V.I.P. (Values In Pesos); ;; 
Schools and music education
- Abstract Source - school for music production in London
- The Broken Arrow High School Marching Band - ; 2006 & 2011 Bands of America Grand National Champions
- Complete breathing (and other breathing techniques like costal and clavicular breathing)
- Constant Wonder - Grammy nominated (?)
- Free Music School - Founded by Mily Balakirev in 1862.
- Fundação de Educação Artística in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
- iMMe Records - Independant Label
- Uwe Kind - German Educational Music Artist
- Kid Pan Alley, referencing , and 
- Edna Mae Burnam, well-known and respected composer of children's pedagogical piano books, including the Dozen a Day series, and the Step by Step Piano Course.
- Westminster Conservatory, a community music school in Princeton, NJ.
- Hear and Play Music Group - specializes in the delivery of video based tutorials on learning contemporary piano playing with particular attention to the Gospel music genre. The company website claims to teach the students the ability to learn any song by ear after the tutorials have been completed. Hear and Play Music Group currently serves over 189,200 musicians in over 120 countries and provides up-to-date information and resources for gospel musicians all around the United States. (website)
- Ace open University  - An On-line World Music and Art University, Watchung NJ.
- Classically trained - Defining what constitutes being classically trained versus a self-taught method.
- Gerstell Academy - private, nonsectarian independent leadership school in Finksburg, MD. Member of the MIAA B Conference 
- Dracula Spectacula (sometimes spelt Dracula Spectacular) - ; often produced by amateur groups in the UK
- Chee-Chee (musical) - 1928 musical that catapulted its two writers, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart to stardom
- A Saint She Ain't - 1999 London musical; 
- The Black Suits (musical) - Music and lyrics by Joe Iconis. "A rock musical about a high school garage band on suburban Long Island trying to win The St. Anne’s Battle of the Bands. The story of two teens and their struggle to learn how to be real friends as the inevitability of adulthood threatens to pull them apart. A musical about dreams, blood, Pop Tarts, records, drug runs, blue hair, the St. Anne’s Battle of the Bands, and the undying transformative coolness of rock and roll music." - 
- Supertown (musical) - 2014 musical premiering in Leeds in 2014, produced by LIDOS, written by James Sidgwick & Robert Sanders.
Technical and business terms
- British music industry -a generalization of British music and its place on the international stage
- envelope designer or transient designer-  (Tech Talk p. 6 for technical elements)
- Michael Rath Trombones - trombone manufacturers in England, with many famous trombonist endorsements and a large international database
- Musical act - as concept (like Band). Used in many articles
- The Standard Repertoire - It's not unusual to hear this phrase used by people who play classical/baroque/etc. music. The idea of a standard repertoire appears to be used in many places in Wikipedia (List of Operas in the Standard Repertoire, for example). Now I wouldn't be surprised if this is a bit of a nebulous and genre-specific term, but it seems to me that even simply having an article that says so would be useful to those who are curious.
- Allen B. Chase - American piano maker
- Beta Aivin - a modern Chinese electric instrument manufacturer also known as "B3".
- California Audio Technology  - Founded in 1990, CAT - California Audio Technology is the global engineering and custom audio manufacturing firm internationally recognized as the world's premier craftsmen of custom ultra high performance loudspeakers, amplifiers, DSP's
Need an article on violin varnish and another on violin ground
Completed help requests
Many music articles need to be made more clear to the lay reader (see:Wikipedia:Explain jargon and Wikipedia:Guide to writing better articles#Think of the reader).
These include music, interval (music), and scale (music).
- Butterfly Messiah - Needs formatting. It appears as though the bulk of the page was directly copy+pasted from the official site. --Blu Aardvark 23:46, 10 July 2005 (UTC)
- The page appears to have been formatted, though there's very little information. Is it time to remove this page from the list? --Niwikki 09:21, 16 December 2005 (UTC)
- Boys Night Out - This page is awful. Its been tagged for NPOV, clean up, and wikify. The person who wrote the majority of it seems to write like a music critic. --Windsamurai 21:47, 9 September 2005 (UTC)
- Dangerous Toys - Semi Disbanded is a made up section header (Current Projects seems more appropriate). Much of the Section content promotes upcoming commercial product releases - including some for other bands. Needs a shift in focus to actual (i.e., current or previous) Dangerous Toys releases.
- Deadsy - This page has potential. It has alot of easily accessible information, but everything is unsourced. Some things are easy to find, well others are not so much. Lamentingvampire09 07:20, 21 November 2006 (UTC)
- Poison - This article has an extreme fan pov, and is riddled to the core with ridicules statements, trying to make the band sound like its one of the greatest groups on the planet. Avador 19:31, 16 March 2006 (UTC)
- Shattersphere - This page is very biased. Just look at the intro, "Imagine the ultimate combination of Rock and Metal, a genre of music that can dominate the Mainstream world and still have enough capacity to steamroll into the Underground. Now take a quintet of driven, talented, and professional musicians and the result is Shattersphere.".
- Queens of the Stone Age - Just joined this WP ... QOTSA's page is full of good facts and is somewhat cited but it needs an overhaul. I am going to dive in head-first! Any and all suggestions are more than welcome -- I'm going to need some help along the way! AC (talk) 03:00, 26 August 2010 (UTC)
- Christian Death - Numerous problems...Mainly that NONE of the information is cited, and the references is full of unreliable sources that are mainly heresay. The article is also extremely biased, and most of the contributors have a biased either towards Rozz Williams or Valor Kand. The article needs a neutral person to come in and clean it up...I've tried and failed. rzrscm (talk) 23:10, 27 August 2010 (UTC)
- Monyaka - I've been told that you may be able to help me out with finding good references for this.--188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:53, 29 August 2011 (UTC)
- List of compositions by Schubert - Only one of the Schubert symphonies has a page with any information right now. MikeCapone 22:36, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)
- As of 6/2006, there are pages for four (5-7-8-9) late symphonies. (The early ones are much less frequently heard; someone who owns them could reference their record notes ... short articles are better than nothing for starters, they will get filled in eventually.)Twang 02:31, 27 June 2006 (UTC)
- Robert Schumann - Same here, only very few of his major works have their own articles as of now. MikeCapone 22:36, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)
- Antonio Salieri - Quite a few issues here; see its talk page for details. In summary, very POV, disputed facts (like Mozart accusing Salieri of attempted murder). --C S 02:26, Jan 3, 2005 (UTC)
- Robert Hardy (bassist) — The last two sentences about this artist's webbed feet and his lies seems farfetched. Could somebody check these facts? Thank you. — RJH 22:37, 10 Mar 2005 (UTC)
- Guru Surajananda - apparently an eminent Indian musician, appeared on AfD due to difficulties in researching and establishing notability. There is copious material on the web, but it needs someone better able to understand the cultural references to expand this beyond a stub.
- Cassiya: basically, we need to expand on this page or it will be duhleetudd. PLZ HELP HERE people! Put in ANY information you can!!
- Alright, his birthdate has been fixed per grove, I removed a broken external link from Sopranist (which he wasn't). Giambattista is just a common contraction of his given names, so I've left that alone. I think that's all. Makemi 00:19, 8 March 2006 (UTC)
- The Space music article urgently requires outside opinions on a number of matters relating to definition of the term and its context with the ambient music continuum. --Gene_poole (talk) 23:44, 8 March 2008 (UTC)
- The Dark Cabaret article is in need of some serious TLC. It had four infoboxes on it before I got ahold of it; now it has a fifth. Please, if you can, fix this article. In its current state, it's a blight. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 22:12, 7 March 2008 (UTC)
- There's an RfC going on at Talk:Pop music - input would be greatly appreciated! Sssoul (talk) 12:10, 7 November 2008 (UTC)
- The former featured article blues and in particular its section musical style needs much cleanup and references. Could some music expert have a look at it. Thanks. Vb 11:32, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
- Help! Anybody interested in taking a pop at Dream pop with me, this article is driving me nuts, people just fill it up with any old rubbish, see my comments on talk page, firstly it is a vaguely defined, almost non-existant genre, never heard of it before myself and it's mainly OR with comments like "the Velvets, Husker Du, the Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus" etc. were all influences on it.
None of the bands listed in the lede as the main proponents have any article, reference or bio referring to them as dream pop. CaptainScreebo Parley! 19:53, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
- Christina Aguilera's Stripped album article doesn't cover the singles "Fighter", "Cant Hold Us Down" and "The Voice Within" as much as the first two singles on the album.
- Aziza Mustafa Zadeh is poorly written. Lot's of grammatical mistakes and not much information.
- I made a bunch of headway with the writing & grammar, but the article is still pretty thin. Bubamara 09:59, 31 Mar 2005 (UTC)
- Geoffrey Oryema includes only a rewording of his amazon.com description (from CD cover) and external links, as I don't have access to any biographical sources - any takers? - Kwill 16:53, Jun 12, 2005 (UTC)
- Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - He was a major Qawwali singer. The article needs to be improved a lot. I would do it myself, but I have little knowledge of music. Anyone who studies music will find working on this article very interesting, as his music is uniqe and this man was famous the world over. Anyway, the lead needs expansion, better description of his music in technical terms needs to be given, and the article needs more references. --Zaindy٨٧ 12:21, 9 March 2008 (UTC)
- Diana Ross's Diana Ross' Greatest Hits album article has a two questionable paragraphs: the one starting "Diana had no less than 4 albums on the charts at the time..." because it refers to albums and songs that came out years later and the grammar and meaning is questionable; and the one starting ""Diana Ross Greatest Hits" included one of the first mega-mixes created by a club dj" because the album contains no such mix. It would seem that these paragraphs were intended for a different article.--Pmarkush (talk) 13:40, 14 August 2013 (UTC)
- Woodford Folk Festival - The woodford folk festival is a massive annual event that involves hundreds of thousands of people and has been around for almost 20 years in some form but the entry is absolutely tiny and does nothing more then acknowledge its existence.
- Music of La Femme Nikita: the article lacks sources (documentation for verification) and appears to be the product of original research: WP:NOR. (See "Broadcasting" section above.) --NYScholar 22:51, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
Unevenly written, needs editing. Rtfisher
Bad--Edmundssteven 05:49, 18 August 2006 (UTC)
This has the potential to be a very useful article, if only any information on its origins can be supplied. Even the identity of the recording would be a major step. Matthew Platts 02:22, 25 Feb 2005 (UTC)
Sounds like a fantastic idea, but large omissions and in most instances no sources have made the information appear very innacurate. Peter S. 10:41, 3 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Article is well written, heavily sourced, much too long, and incomplete. Organization is incoherent. Says more about Klezmer than Jazz. This has the makings of a featured article that went astray. Part of the Arts of the United States series. Durova 19:44, 10 December 2005 (UTC)
Article lacks coherence and import. The sections vary considerably in content and focus, with some amounting to little more than lists. Someone with a broad understanding of modern Italian music, including its influences, could really help this one along. Vineviz 15:08, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
What is there is good, but the article is eurocentric. Musical notations from other cultures should be covered. Nannus 18:25, 8 August 2006 (UTC)
Eurocentric. Nannus 18:25, 8 August 2006 (UTC)
Lacking enough source information, was only able to build up a basic bio of his life from a obituatry in the Chicago Sun-Times from 2000. Internet sources are very minimal, so other alternate source will have to be found with more information. Also, I was unable to find anything on his birth date, though in the obituary, his exact death is mentioned. Compuguy1088 19:33, 21 January 2007 (UTC)
"POV problems" JesseW 02:36, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
"needs work" JesseW 02:36, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
needs clean up/complete re-write baldy Groundfloor 06:22, 31 December 2005 (UTC)
needs the atention of someone with knowledge of African instruments. A photograph would be great as well... Francisco Valverde 16:02, 4 May 2006 (UTC)
is another African musical instrument with only a very small stub article. --Francisco Valverde 16:14, 4 May 2006 (UTC)
Short, not detailed, no pictures, uninteresting, needs cleanup. Tom Stringham 00:24, 30 May 2006 (UTC)
For over one year now, Rhythmic mode has required someone who knows something about music to take a looks at it. Hyacinth has presented specifications of what is required on the article's talk page. It would be cool if someone could head over there and help out.--Commander Keane 21:23, 14 April 2006 (UTC)
- Request made for original author (User:Antandrus) to help research needed information. MarkBuckles (talk) 05:33, 4 August 2006 (UTC)
I've translated Arioso from fr:Arioso. Being not a specialist in music, I thought I'd bring it to your attention, to see if it makes any sense at all! --Wonderfool 10:29, 22 April 2006 (UTC)
- This article needs considerable attention. It makes some sense, but is very incomplete, and in some instances inaccurate. The French article as of today's date is certainly somewhat improved from the version translated two years ago - a new translation would be a good starting point. Vicar98230 (talk) 18:45, 25 March 2008 (UTC)
This article really needs to be expanded on for what is a huge topic. Madder 13:52, 18 August 2006 (UTC)
Read it and weep. Almost non-existent article, I've heard they are quite popular. meltBanana 01:04, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
- I've added it to Wikipedia:Requests for expansion and stubbed it, so hopefully it will get more attention now, especially considering it has well over 500 articles linking to it. Madder 19:09, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
Not referenced, and past versions have received complaints from professors and students in the field. -- Zanimum 17:27, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
This article mentions Reinhardt and Farkas. Both of these people have written books on the subject of embouchure, and permission to cite these texts could probably be easily attained. Another great reference is David Hickman's "Trumpet Pedagogy". This book retails for about $44. Being a trombonist, I would also recommend Ed Kleinhammer, Reginald Fink, and the Alessi/Bowman edition of the Arban Method. --Mdwilber (talk) 19:13, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Sound production and choice of equipment (mouthpiece) is highly dependent on mouthpiece placement. What I mean is that a player with a 70/30 upper/lower embouchure is going to be able to play lower more easily, while the other way around enables the player to play higher more easily. For this reason, this fact should be given a greater amount of emphasis. --Mdwilber (talk) 19:23, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Berlin was and is an import musical center. Please help building this article from scratch! Matthias Röder 18:18, 23 April 2007 (UTC)
I am currently trying to get this to GA status and eventually featured article status, but I am having major problems with the section on the band's music and its themes, after having done major work on the history section. Any help would be appreciated.-h i s s p a c e r e s e a r c h 17:17, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
These articles are stubs right now and I want to work on them but don't seem able to find any extra info. on these musicians on the net. Any help will be appreciated. Rosa 19:58, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
This article failed the WP:FLC due to the ongoing dispute of the format of the article.
Please, we need to resolve this dispute ASAP, and the only to do it is by voting. Voting is occurring at the talk page. It would be nice to have your opinions on this. We need to have scope and opinion from other non-Carrie Underwood fans who can provide useful criticisms. Please contribute! Cheers. σмgнgσмg(talk) 08:58, 27 February 2008 (UTC)
Smacks of a promotional piece with inflated claims ("the Madonna of Russia"?). Could use some help on this, esp. from anyone conversant in the language; I've posted a similar request at WP:RUSSIA. I want to assume good faith but I've had little luck with Google; hopefully someone can help prove my instincts wrong this once. —Hello, Control Hello, Tony 16:32, 3 March 2008 (UTC)
Music collecting strategies and Talk:Music collecting strategies are born! Please enhance and shield them from danger. Jidanni (talk) 01:43, 3 April 2008 (UTC)
Could somebody please take a look at Susan Hurley (composer)? I am in a bit of an edit war with a very stubborn newbie who refuses to follow Wikipedia style formatting. I've never heard of this composer, and I have no opinion as to anything about her, but the article reads like a resume, full of sentence fragments, and the newbie owner of the article is repeatedly attacking me for having the temerity to suggest that his prose is not deathless. Corvus cornixtalk 23:16, 14 April 2008 (UTC)
If this article is in any way useful it should be linked on the music portal.
Though, I don't think in its present state it is useful. It's not neutral. It should either be a mere link list of articles on the individual years in music or - if some events are pointed out there- someone should make sure that only really significant events are mentioned, not the birth of some musicians or the release of some albums. At least, if people think some event is important enough to be mentioned there they should make clear why. Could someone from the music project please have a look at this?--Sylvia Anna (talk) 21:56, 5 October 2008 (UTC)
The article on Sofia Rotaru features a claim of her having declared an income of $100 millions for 2007. This would make her the highest earning solo performer in the world in that year, compared to e.g. Madonna earnign 37 . The claim is based on a synthesis of two unlinked claims by the Deputy Chairman of the State Tax Administration of Ukraine. The annual incomes of similar Post-Soviet entertainers did not exceeded $9 millions (Alla Pugacheva, Filipp Kirkorov, Maxim Galkin). See all the evidence on Talk:Sofia Rotaru. --Jaan Pärn (talk) 12:38, 17 November 2009 (UTC)
The above mentioned problem is just one example out of many. The article features more outrageous claims (including Rotaru being the first ever rapper in the 1970s), weasel words (Rotaru is considered a Pop Queen etc) and unencyclopaedic content (info about her impersonators, friends etc). All of the issues have been raised on the respective talk page accompanied by a nasty edit war resulting in every possible improvement reverted by a raving fan of Rotaru. A 3O process was initiated which failed completely, mostly, because it is solely a content issue. The article in its current shape is a parody of what a wikiarticle on a musician should be and therefore in bad need of attention. --Jaan Pärn (talk) 13:48, 23 November 2009 (UTC)
Concert is an unreferenced shambles
What ought to be a fundamental topic for this project is a disaster of an article. It needs a complete rewrite. Volunteers needed. LeadSongDog come howl 04:30, 2 December 2009 (UTC)
User:Wiki libs and I disagree on whether to include The Guardian rankings. Other input would be appreciated. Clarityfiend (talk) 19:07, 21 September 2010 (UTC)
Needs help to establish notability and verify information in the article. We've found almost no online sources about the instrument. --Ronz (talk) 02:57, 6 March 2011 (UTC)
Need someone more familiar with the subject to please visit Talk:Song#Edit_dispute and see if perhaps a third party can comment and help clarify the issue of whether or not a song must have words (as opposed to an instrumental). - SudoGhost (talk) 00:26, 29 April 2011 (UTC)
MTV just released the OMAs, and it needs serious help. - Booyahhayoob (talk) 00:06, 26 May 2011 (UTC)
I write article Dare Straits Tour and I create stubs on redlinks and in discussion there was a question on sources. I lean against soundly worked site, on it is much posters and tickets. The opponent doubts reliability, but it is not enough its arguments to overpersuade me. This question somewhere was discussed?--Andrey! 09:22, 19 February 2010 (UTC)
Hello, my friends: A group of us are working on clearing the backlog at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Articles_lacking_sources_from_October_2006. The article in the above header has been without sources for the past four years and might be removed if none are added. I wonder if you can help find one or two good references. While you are at it, can you check on this gentleman's Wp:Notability? Sincerely, and all the best to you, GeorgeLouis (talk) 06:58, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
Hi. Please help improve this article and see the discussion at User talk:Jeff G.#Is_your_tampering_of_the_information_I_provided_in_the_Balafon_article_motivated_by_malice_or_hubris.3F. Thank you. — Jeff G. ツ (talk) 14:00, 6 March 2013 (UTC)
Should there be a photo gallery at List of sopranos in non-classical music? Make your comments at Talk:List of sopranos in non-classical music. GeorgeLouis (talk) 04:19, 26 May 2013 (UTC)
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