List of music students by teacher: C to F

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

C[edit]

John Cage[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cage (1912–1992) studied with teachers including Henry Cowell, Lazare Lévy, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Antonio Caldara[edit]

Faustino Camisani[edit]

Conrado del Campo[edit]

Ettore Campogalliani[edit]

André Campra[edit]

Christian Cannabich[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cannabich (1731–1798) studied with teachers including Niccolò Jommelli, Giovanni Battista Sammartini, and Johann Stamitz.

Lucien Capet[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Capet (1873–1928) studied with teachers including Jean-Pierre Maurin.

Michele Carafa[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Carafa (1787–1872) studied with teachers including Francesco Ruggi.

Cornelius Cardew[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cardew (1936–1981) studied with teachers including Goffredo Petrassi and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Clive Carey[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Carey (1883–1968) studied with teachers including Jean de Reszke and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Henry Carey[edit]

Giacomo Carissimi[edit]

Gaetano Carpani[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Carpani () studied with teachers including Orazio Benevoli and Alessandro Scarlatti.

Ambrosio Carreño[edit]

Elliott Carter[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Carter (1908–2012) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Walter Piston.


Robert Casadesus[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Casadesus (1899–1972) studied with teachers including Louis Diémer.

Alfredo Casella[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Casella (1883–1947) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré.

John Casken[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Casken (1949-) studied with teachers including John Joubert, Peter Dickinson, and Andrzej Dobrowolski.

Aaron Cassidy[edit]

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco[edit]

Charles-Simon Catel[edit]

Georges Caussade[edit]

José Cayetano Carreño[edit]

Maurizio Cazzati[edit]

Sergiu Celibidache[edit]

Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský[edit]

Ignacio Cervantes[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cervantes (1847–1905) studied with teachers including Charles-Valentin Alkan, Antoine François Marmontel, and Nicolás Ruiz Espadero.

Beniamino Cesi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cesi (1845–1907) studied with teachers including Sigismond Thalberg.

Joel Chadabe[edit]

George Whitefield Chadwick[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Chadwick (1854–1931) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn and Josef Rheinberger.

Alexandr Chaikovsky[edit]

Henri Challan[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Challan (1910–1977) studied with teachers including Henri Büsser and Jean Gallon.

Jacques Champion de Chambonnières[edit]

Claude Champagne[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Champagne (1891–1965) studied with teachers including Alexis Contant, André Gedalge, [[List of music students by teacher: C to F#Raoul Laparra Charles|Raoul Laparra Charles]], and Koechlin .

Carlos Chávez[edit]

Luigi Cherubini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cherubini (1760–1842) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Sarti.

Ernst August Heinrich Chevallier[edit]

Camille Chevillard[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Chevillard (1859–1923) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias.

Barney Childs[edit]

Frédéric Chopin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Chopin (1810–1849) studied with teachers including Józef Elsner, Wojciech Żywny, and Wilhelm Würfel.

Alexandre-Étienne Choron[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Choron (1771–1834) studied with teachers including Nicolas Roze.

Chou Wen-chung[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wen-chung studied with teachers including Nicolas Slonimsky, Edgard Varèse, and Otto Luening.

John Chowning[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Chowning (born 1934) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Tatyana Chudova[edit]

Charles W. Clark[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Clark (1865–1925) studied with teachers including Eugen Gura, George Henschel, and Alberto Randegger.

Johann Heinrich Clasing[edit]

Muzio Clementi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Clementi (1752–1832) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Santarelli.

Frederic Cliffe[edit]

Helen Coates[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Coates (born 1899, died 27/02/1989) studied with teachers including Heinrich Gebhard.

Theodor Coccius[edit]

Philip Cogan[edit]

Jerry Coker[edit]

Randolph Coleman[edit]

Valborg Collett[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Collett studied with teachers including Agathe Backer-Grøndahl.

Giovanni Paolo Colonna[edit]

Edward T. Cone[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cone (1917–2004) studied with teachers including Roger Sessions.

Paul Constantinescu[edit]

Alexis Contant[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Contant (1858–1918) studied with teachers including Calixa Lavallée.

David Conte[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Conte studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Karel Husa, and Steven Stucky.

Georgi Conus[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Conus (1862–1933) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev.

Frederick Converse[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Converse (1871–1940) studied with teachers including Carl Baermann, John Knowles Paine, and Josef Rheinberger.

Francis Judd Cooke[edit]

Henry Cooke[edit]

Thomas Simpson Cooke[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cooke (1782–1848) studied with teachers including Tommaso Giordani.

John Cooper[edit]

Paul Cooper[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cooper (1926–1996) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Roger Sessions, and Halsey Stevens.

Aaron Copland[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Copland (1900–1990) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Rubin Goldmark, Isidor Philipp, and Leonard Wolfson.

William Corbett[edit]

Frederick Corder[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Corder (1852–1932) studied with teachers including Henry Gadsby, Ferdinand Hiller, and George Alexander Macfarren.

Paul Corder[edit]

Urbain Cordonnier[edit]

Arcangelo Corelli[edit]

Domenico Corri[edit]

Giuseppe Corsi da Celano[edit]

Alfred Cortot[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cortot (1877–1962) studied with teachers including Émile Decombes.

Antonio Cotogni[edit]

Carlo Cotumacci[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cotumacci studied with teachers including Alessandro Scarlatti.

Félix Le Couppey[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Couppey (1811–1887) studied with teachers including Victor Dourlen.

Ambrose Coviello[edit]

Henry Cowell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cowell (1897–1965) studied with teachers including Percy Goetschius and Charles Seeger.

Johann Baptist Cramer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cramer (1771–1858) studied with teachers including Muzio Clementi.

Ruth Crawford Seeger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Crawford Seeger (1901–1953) studied with teachers including Valborg Collett, Heniot Levy, Louise Robyn, and Charles Seeger.

Girolamo Crescentini[edit]

Paul Creston[edit]

William Crotch[edit]

Connie Crothers[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Crothers (1941–2016) studied with teachers including Lennie Tristano.

George Crumb[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Crumb (born 1929) studied with teachers including Ross Lee Finney.

Dimitrie Cuclin[edit]

César Cui[edit]

G. D. Cunningham[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Cunningham (1878–1948) studied with teachers including Josiah Booth.

Maria Curcio[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Curcio (1918–2009) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Artur Schnabel.

Alvin Curran[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Curran (born 1938) studied with teachers including Elliott Carter.

Clifford Curzon[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Curzon (1907–1982) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Katharine Goodson, Wanda Landowska, Tobias Matthay, and Artur Schnabel.

Chaya Czernowin[edit]

Carl Czerny[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Czerny (1791–1857) studied with teachers including Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Muzio Clementi, and Antonio Salieri.

D[edit]

Ingolf Dahl[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dahl (1912–1970) studied with teachers including Volkmar Andreae, Nadia Boulanger, and Philipp Jarnach.

Émile Jaques-Dalcroze[edit]

Benjamin Dale[edit]

Jeremy Dale Roberts[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dale Roberts (1934–2017) studied with teachers including William Alwyn and Priaulx Rainier.

Luigi Dallapiccola[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dallapiccola (1904–1975) studied with teachers including Vito Frazzi.

Leopold Damrosch[edit]

Charles Dancla[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dancla (1817–1907) studied with teachers including Anton Reicha.

Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Daniel-Lesur (1908–2002) studied with teachers including Georges Caussade and Jean Gallon.

Edward Dannreuther[edit]

Innocenz Danzi[edit]

Joseph Daussoigne-Méhul[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Daussoigne-Méhul (1790–1875) studied with teachers including Louis Adam, Charles-Simon Catel, and Étienne Méhul.

Ferdinand David[edit]

this teacher's teachers
David (1810–1873) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann and Louis Spohr.

Johann Nepomuk David[edit]

Mario Davidovsky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Davidovsky (born 1934) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Aaron Copland, Teodoro Fuchs, and Guillermo Graetzer.

Peter Maxwell Davies[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Davies (1934–2016) studied with teachers including Richard Hall, Earl Kim, Olivier Messiaen, Goffredo Petrassi, and Roger Sessions.

Walford Davies[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Davies (1869–1941) studied with teachers including Hubert Parry Charles Villiers Stanford.

Karl Davydov[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Davydov (1838–1889) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann.

John de Lancie[edit]

this teacher's teachers
de Lancie (1921–2002) studied with teachers including Marcel Tabuteau.

Claude Debussy[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Debussy (1862–1918) studied with teachers including Émile Durand, Ernest Guiraud, Albert Lavignac, Antoine François Marmontel, and Antoinette Mauté de Fleurville.

Émile Decombes[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Decombes (1829–1912) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin.

Jean-Baptiste Dehesse[edit]

Siegfried Dehn[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dehn (1799–1858) studied with teachers including Bernhard Klein.

Michel Richard Delalande[edit]

Louis Delaquerrière[edit]

Carmine de Laurentiis[edit]

Dorothy DeLay[edit]

Léo Delibes[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Delibes (1836–1891) studied with teachers including Adolphe Adam and François Benoist.

Enrico Delle Sedie[edit]

Isabelle Delorme[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Delorme (1900–1991) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Claude Champagne.

David Del Tredici[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Del Tredici (born 1937) studied with teachers including Earl Kim, Roger Sessions, and Seymour Shifrin.

Claude Delvincourt[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Delvincourt (1888–1954) studied with teachers including André Gedalge.

Norman Demuth[edit]

Edison Denisov[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Denisov (1929–1996) studied with teachers including Philip Herschkowitz and Vissarion Shebalin.

Edward Joseph Dent[edit]

Ludwig Deppe[edit]

Lucette Descaves[edit]

Henri Desmarets[edit]

Josquin des Prez[edit]

Felix Otto Dessoff[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dessoff (1835–1892) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann, Ignaz Moscheles, and Julius Rietz.

Max Deutsch[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Deutsch (1892–1982) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Orpha-F. Deveaux[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Deveaux (1872–1933) studied with teachers including Claude Champagne and Alexis Contant.

Jean Devémy[edit]

David Diamond[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Diamond (1915–2005) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Bernard Rogers.

Emma Lou Diemer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Diemer (born 1927) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson and Paul Hindemith.

Louis Diémer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Diémer (1843–1919) studied with teachers including François Benoist, Antoine François Marmontel, and Ambroise Thomas.

Vincent d'Indy[edit]

this teacher's teachers
d'Indy (1851–1931) studied with teachers including Louis Diémer, César Franck, and Antoine François Marmontel.

Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dittersdorf (1739–1799) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Bonno.

Ernst von Dohnányi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dohnányi (1877–1960) studied with teachers including Hans von Koessler and István Thomán.

Jakob van Domselaer[edit]

Franco Donatoni[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Donatoni (1927–2000) studied with teachers including Goffredo Petrassi and Ildebrando Pizzetti.

William Done[edit]

Jakob Dont[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dont (1815–1888) studied with teachers including Josef Böhm and Georg Hellmesberger.

Anton Door[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Door (1833–1919) studied with teachers including Carl Czerny and Simon Sechter.

Heinrich Dorn[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dorn (1804–1892) studied with teachers including Ludwig Berger and Carl Friedrich Zelter.

Louis Dorus[edit]

Victor Dourlen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dourlen (1780–1864) studied with teachers including François-Adrien Boieldieu and François-Joseph Gossec.

Ernesto Drangosch[edit]

this teacher's teachers
(1882 - 1925) studied with teachers including Alberto Williams.

Alexander Dreyschock[edit]

Jacob Druckman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Druckman (1928–1996) studied with teachers including Aaron Copland and Peter Mennin.

Zbigniew Drzewiecki[edit]

Théodore Dubois[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dubois (1837–1924) studied with teachers including Ambroise Thomas.

Alexandre Dubuque[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dubuque (1812–1898) studied with teachers including John Field.

Paul Dukas[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dukas (1865–1935) studied with teachers including Théodore Dubois, Ernest Guiraud, and Georges Mathias.

Thomas Dunhill[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dunhill (1877–1946) studied with teachers including Walter Parratt, W. S. Rockstro, and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Jean-Louis Duport[edit]

Jean-Pierre Duport[edit]

this teacher's teachers
J.-P. Duport (1741–1818) studied with teachers including Martin Berteau.

Marcel Dupré[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dupré (1886–1971) studied with teachers including Alexandre Guilmant and Lazare Lévy.

Gilbert Duprez[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Duprez (1806–1896) studied with teachers including Alexandre-Étienne Choron.

Sylvain Dupuis[edit]

Édouard Du Puy[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Du Puy (1770–1822) studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch.

Émile Durand[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Durand (1830–1903) studied with teachers including François Bazin.

Francesco Durante[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Durante (1684–1755) studied with teachers including Bernardo Pasquini and Alessandro Scarlatti.

František Xaver Dušek[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dušek (1731–1799) studied with teachers including Franz Habermann and Georg Christoph Wagenseil.

Jan Ladislav Dussek[edit]

Sophia Dussek[edit]

Henri Dutilleux[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dutilleux (1916–2013) studied with teachers including Henri Büsser, Maurice Emmanuel, Jean Gallon, and Noël Gallon.

Alphonse Duvernoy[edit]

Antonín Dvořák[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Dvořák (1841–1904) studied with teachers including Josef Krejčí.
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E[edit]

John Eaton[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Eaton (born 1935) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Edward T. Cone, and Roger Sessions.

Johann Ernst Eberlin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Eberlin (1702–1762) studied with teachers including Balthasar Siberer.

Carl Eberwein[edit]

Clarence Eddy[edit]

Jean-Frédéric Edelmann[edit]

Gilles van den Eeden[edit]

İsmail Dede Efendi[edit]

Abel Ehrlich[edit]

Heinrich Ehrlich[edit]

Herbert Eimert[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Eimert (1897–1972) studied with teachers including Hermann Abendroth and August von Othegraven.

Severin Eisenberger[edit]

Antonín Eiser[edit]

Jan Ekier[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ekier (1913–2014) studied with teachers including Zbigniew Drzewiecki and Kazimierz Sikorski.

Edward Elgar[edit]

Brian Elias[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Elias (born 1948) studied with teachers including Elisabeth Lutyens.

Ernst Ellberg[edit]

Catharinus Elling[edit]

Józef Elsner[edit]

Herbert Elwell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Elwell (1898–1974) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Paul Emerich[edit]

Maurice Emmanuel[edit]

George Enescu[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Enescu (1881–1955) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré, Robert Fuchs, Joseph Hellmesberger, Jr., and Martin Pierre Marsick.

Gustav Engel[edit]

Julius Epstein[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Epstein (1832-1926) studied with teachers including Vatroslav Lichtenegger, Johann Rufinatscha, and Anton Halm.

Donald Erb[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Erb (1927–2008) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Kenneth Gaburo, and Bernhard Heiden.

Eduard Erdmann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Erdmann (1896–1958) studied with teachers including Conrad Ansorge and Heinz Tiessen.

Robert Erickson[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Erickson (1917–1997) studied with teachers including Ernst Krenek and Roger Sessions.

Achille Errani[edit]

Nicolás Ruiz Espadero[edit]

Michele Esposito[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Esposito (1855–1929) studied with teachers including Beniamino Cesi and Paolo Serrao.

Camille Everardi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Everardi (1824–1899) studied with teachers including Manuel García.

F[edit]

Werner Fabricius[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fabricius studied with teachers including Heinrich Scheidemann and Thomas Selle.

Lorenzo Fago[edit]

Nicola Fago[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fago (1677–1745) studied with teachers including Francesco Provenzale.

Rolande Falcinelli[edit]

Manuel de Falla[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Falla (1876-1946) studied with teachers including Felip Pedrell.

Alexander Famintsyn[edit]

Harold Farberman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Farberman (born 1929) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Luciano Berio, Aaron Copland, and Lukas Foss.

Harry Farjeon[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Harry Farjeon (born 1878) studied with teachers including Battison Haynes, Frederick Corder, and Landon Ronald.

Ferenc Farkas[edit]

Antonio Farini[edit]

Ernest Farrar[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Farrar (1885–1918) studied with teachers including Charles Villiers Stanford.

Arthur Farwell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Farwell (1872–1952) studied with teachers including Engelbert Humperdinck.

Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch[edit]

this teacher's teachers
C. F. Fasch (1736–1800) studied with teachers including Johann Friedrich Fasch, Johann Wilhelm Hertel, and Carl Höckh.

Johann Friedrich Fasch[edit]

this teacher's teachers
J. F. Fasch (1688–1758) studied with teachers including Johann Kuhnau and Johann Schelle.

Gabriel Fauré[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fauré (1845–1924) studied with teachers including Louis Niedermeyer and Camille Saint-Saëns.

André Joseph Fauvel[edit]

Amy Fay[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fay (1844–1928) studied with teachers including Ludwig Deppe, Theodor Kullak, Franz Liszt, and Carl Tausig.

Ilona Fehér[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fehér (1901–1988) studied with teachers including Joseph Bloch and Jenő Hubay.

David Felder[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Felder (born 1953) studied with teachers including Donald Erb, Robert Erickson, Roger Reynolds, and Bernard Rands.

Morton Feldman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Feldman (1926–1987) studied with teachers including Wallingford Riegger and Stefan Wolpe.

Fedele Fenaroli[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fenaroli (1730–1818) studied with teachers including Francesco Durante.

Francesco Feo[edit]

Donald Ferguson[edit]

Howard Ferguson[edit]

Brian Ferneyhough[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ferneyhough (born 1943) studied with teachers including Ton de Leeuw.

François-Joseph Fétis[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fétis (1784–1871) studied with teachers including François-Adrien Boieldieu.

Paul Fetler[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fetler (born 1920, died 2018) studied with teachers including Boris Blacher, Paul Hindemith, and Quincy Porter.

Pierre Février[edit]

Zdeněk Fibich[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fibich (1850–1900) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn, Vinzenz Lachner, and Ignaz Moscheles.

John Field[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Field (1782–1837) studied with teachers including Tommaso Giordani, Muzio Clementi, and Johann Georg Albrechtsberger.

Irving Fine[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fine (1914–1962) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, Serge Koussevitzky, and Walter Piston.

Ross Lee Finney[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Finney (1906–1997) studied with teachers including Alban Berg, Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Roger Sessions.

Pietro Antonio Fiocco[edit]

Giovanni Andrea Fioroni[edit]

Rudolf Firkušný[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Firkušný (1912–1994) studied with teachers including Vilém Kurz and Artur Schnabel.

Edwin Fischer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
E. Fischer (1886–1960) studied with teachers including Martin Krause.

Johann Christian Fischer[edit]

Joseph Fischhof[edit]

Josepha von Fladt[edit]

Carl Flesch[edit]

Stanley Fletcher[edit]

Marie Mauté de Fleurville[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fleurville (?) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin.

Carlisle Floyd[edit]

Free Focke[edit]

Josef Bohuslav Foerster[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Foerster (1859–1951) studied with teachers including František Zdeněk Skuherský.

Emanuel Aloys Förster[edit]

Wolfgang Fortner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fortner (1907–1987) studied with teachers including Hermann Grabner.

Lukas Foss[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Foss (1922–2009) studied with teachers including Noël Gallon, Paul Hindemith, Lazare Lévy, Rosario Scalero, and Isabelle Vengerova.

Jean Fournet[edit]

Frederick A. Fox[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fox (1931–2011) studied with teachers including Bernhard Heiden.

Petronio Franceschini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Franceschini (1651–1680) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Corsi da Celano and Giacomo Antonio Perti.

César Franck[edit]

this teacher's teachers

Friedrich Wilhelm Franke[edit]

Benjamin Frankel[edit]

Ignaz Fränzl[edit]

Andre von Frasunkiewicz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Andre von Frasunkiewicz studied with teachers including Ney Salgado, Ruth Slenczynska, Valeri Grokhovski, and Viatcheslav Gabrielov.

Vito Frazzi[edit]

Girolamo Frescobaldi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Frescobaldi (1583–1643) studied with teachers including Luzzasco Luzzaschi.

Peter Racine Fricker[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Fricker (1920–1990) studied with teachers including Mátyás Seiber and R. O. Morris.

Alexandro Marie Antoin Fridzeri[edit]

Carl Friedberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Friedberg (1872–1955) studied with teachers including Clara Schumann.

Ruth Duncan McDonald

Arthur Friedheim[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Friedheim (1859–1932) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Eli Friedman[edit]

Ignaz Friedman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Friedman (1882–1948) studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Theodor Leschetizky, and Hugo Riemann.

Fred Frith[edit]

Johannes Fritsch[edit]

Giuseppe Frugatta[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Frugatta studied with teachers including Antonio Bazzini.

Gunnar de Frumerie[edit]

this teacher's teachers
de Frumerie (1908—1987) studied with teachers including Ernst Ellberg and Lennart Lundberg.

Herbert Fryer[edit]

Johann Nepomuk Fuchs[edit]

this teacher's teachers
J. N. Fuchs (1842–1899) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Teodoro Fuchs[edit]

Robert Fuchs[edit]

this teacher's teachers
R. Fuchs (1847–1927) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Leo Funtek[edit]

Beat Furrer[edit]

Johann Joseph Fux[edit]

References[edit]

Citations

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  4. ^ Greene (1985), p.1505.
  5. ^ Gagné (2012), p.145.
  6. ^ Gagné (2012), p.8.
  7. ^ Jones (2014), p.732.
  8. ^ Griffiths (2011), p.207.
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  11. ^ Randel (1996), p.283.
  12. ^ Jones (2014), p.168.
  13. ^ a b (1889), p.30.
  14. ^ Highfill (1991), p.234.
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