List of Australian composers

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This is a list of Australian composers of classical music, contemporary music and/or film soundtracks.

These names are largely drawn from the following:

and various other websites and media sources.

Wherever possible, dates of birth and death are shown. The pseudonyms used by some composers are listed along with a reference back to their legal name. Personal websites are listed when possible, and entries are cross-referenced to one or more sources to provide further information.

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

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