Chronological lists of classical composers by nationality

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The following is a list of major composers by nationality:

 Albania[edit]

see the Chronological list of Albanian classical composers

 Argentina[edit]

see the Chronological list of Argentine classical composers

 Armenia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Armenian classical composers

 Australia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Australian classical composers

 Austria[edit]

see the Chronological list of Austrian classical composers

 Belgium[edit]

see the Chronological list of Belgian classical composers

 Brazil[edit]

see the Chronological list of Brazilian classical composers

 Bulgaria[edit]

see the Chronological list of Bulgarian classical composers

 Canada[edit]

see the Chronological list of Canadian classical composers

 Chile[edit]

see the Chronological list of Chilean classical composers

 China[edit]

see the Chronological list of Chinese classical composers

 Croatia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Croatian classical composers

 Cyprus[edit]

see the Chronological list of Cypriot classical composers

 Czech Republic[edit]

see the Chronological list of Czech classical composers

 Denmark[edit]

see the Chronological list of Danish classical composers

Dominican Republic Dominican Republic[edit]

see the Chronological list of Dominican classical composers

 Egypt[edit]

see the Chronological list of Egyptian classical composers

 England[edit]

see the Chronological list of English classical composers

 Estonia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Estonian classical composers

 Finland[edit]

see the Chronological list of Finnish classical composers

 France[edit]

see the Chronological list of French classical composers

 Germany[edit]

see the Chronological list of German classical composers

 Greece[edit]

see the Chronological list of Greek classical composers

 Guatemala[edit]

see the Chronological list of Guatemalan classical composers

 Hungary[edit]

see the Chronological list of Hungarian classical composers

 Iceland[edit]

see the Chronological list of Icelandic classical composers

 Iran[edit]

see the Chronological list of Iranian classical composers

 India[edit]

see the Chronological list of Indian classical composers

 Ireland[edit]

see the Chronological list of Irish classical composers

 Israel[edit]

see the Chronological list of Israeli classical composers

 Italy[edit]

see the Chronological list of Italian classical composers

 Japan[edit]

see the Chronological list of Japanese classical composers

 Macedonia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Macedonian classical composers

 Malta[edit]

see the Chronological list of Maltese classical composers

 Mexico[edit]

see the Chronological list of Mexican classical composers

 Netherlands[edit]

see the Chronological list of Dutch classical composers

 Nigeria[edit]

see the Chronological list of Nigerian classical composers

 Norway[edit]

see the Chronological list of Norwegian classical composers

 Pakistan[edit]

see the Chronological list of Pakistani classical composers

 Peru[edit]

see the Chronological list of Peruvian classical composers

 Poland[edit]

see the Chronological list of Polish classical composers

 Portugal[edit]

see the Chronological list of Portuguese classical composers

Puerto Rico Puerto Rico[edit]

see also the Chronological list of Puerto Rican classical composers

 Romania[edit]

see the Chronological list of Romanian classical composers

 Russia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Russian classical composers

 Scotland[edit]

see the Chronological list of Scottish classical composers

 Serbia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Serbian classical composers

 Singapore[edit]

see also the Chronological list of Singaporean classical composers

  • Zulkifli Mohamed Amin (born 1983), world music composer/arranger/accordionist, associate conductor of Orkestra Melayu Singapura (BELIA)

 Slovakia[edit]

see the Chronological List of Slovak classical composers

 Slovenia[edit]

see the Chronological list of Slovenian classical composers

 South Africa[edit]

see the Chronological list of South African classical composers

 South Korea[edit]

see the Chronological list of Korean classical composers

 Spain[edit]

see the Chronological list of Spanish classical composers

 Sweden[edit]

see the Chronological list of Swedish classical composers

  Switzerland[edit]

see also the Chronological list of Swiss classical composers

  • Joachim Raff (1822–1882), Romantic composer, noted for his eleven symphonies, particular nos. 3 (Im Walde), 4 and 5 (Lenore)
  • Fritz Bovet (fl. 1845–1888), violinist, composed at least one string quartet (still in print), watchmaker, Swiss vice-counsel to Canton, China
  • Ernest Bloch (1880–1959), 20th-century composer, known for the "Jewish nationalist" sound in such works as Schelomo.
  • Frank Martin (1890–1974), best known for his Petite Symphonie Concertante (1945) and Concerto for Seven Wind Instruments, Timpani, Percussion, and String Orchestra (1949)
  • Arthur Honegger (1892–1955), born in France and lived a large part of his life in Paris. He was a member of Les Six. His most frequently performed work is Pacific 231.

 Taiwan[edit]

see also the Chronological list of Taiwanese classical composers

  • Liu Shueh-Shuan 劉學軒 (born 1969), 21st century contemporary classical composer

Thailand Thailand[edit]

see also the Chronological list of Thai classical composers

 Turkey[edit]

see the Chronological list of Turkish classical composers

 Ukraine[edit]

see the Chronological list of Ukrainian classical composers

 United States[edit]

see the Chronological list of American classical composers

 Wales[edit]

see the Chronological list of Welsh classical composers