List of music students by teacher: N to Q

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

N[edit]

François Joseph Naderman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Naderman (1781–1835) studied with teachers including Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz.

Giovanni Maria Nanino[edit]

this teacher's teachers
G. M. Nanino (1543 or 1544 – 1607) studied with teachers including Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.

Eduard Nápravník[edit]

Pietro Nardini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nardini (1722–1793) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Tartini.

Johann Naret-Koning[edit]

Pran Nath[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nath (1918–1996) studied with teachers including Abdul Wahid Khan.

Gaetano Nava[edit]

Karel Navrátil[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Karel Navrátil (1867–1936) studied with teachers including Guido Adler and Felix Salzer.

Karl Navrátil[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Karl Navrátil (1836–1914) studied with teachers including Gustav Nottebohm.

Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pstrokońska-Nawratil (1947–...) studied with teachers including Pierre Boulez and Olivier Messiaen.

Christian Gottlob Neefe[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Neefe (1748–1798) studied with teachers including Johann Adam Hiller.

Marcantonio Negri[edit]

August Neithardt[edit]

Dimitar Nenov[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nenov (1901–1953) studied with teachers including Egon Petri.

Heinrich Neuhaus[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Neuhaus (1888–1964) studied with teachers including Aleksander Michałowski.

Sigismund von Neukomm[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Neukomm (1778–1858) studied with teachers including Joseph Haydn and Michael Haydn.

Arthur Newman[edit]

Jean Louis Nicodé[edit]

Willem Nicolaï[edit]

Ștefan Niculescu[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Niculescu (1927–2008) studied with teachers including Mihail Andricu and Mihail Jora.

Louis Niedermeyer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Niedermeyer (1802–1861) studied with teachers including Ignaz Moscheles and Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli.

Carl Nielsen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nielsen (1865–1931) studied with teachers including Orla Rosenhoff.

Arthur Nikisch[edit]

Henriette Nissen-Saloman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nissen-Saloman (1819–1879) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin and Manuel García.

Luigi Nono[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nono (1924–1990) studied with teachers including Gian Francesco Malipiero and Hermann Scherchen.

Homer Norris[edit]

Zygmunt Noskowski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Noskowski (1846–1909) studied with teachers including Apolinary Kątski, Friedrich Kiel, and Stanisław Moniuszko.

K. P. H. Notoprojo[edit]

Also known to his students as "Pak Cokro".

Gustav Nottebohm[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Nottebohm (1817–1882) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Vítězslav Novák[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Novák (1870–1949) studied with teachers including Antonín Dvořák.

Vincent Novello[edit]

O[edit]

Eugene O'Brien[edit]

this teacher's teachers
O'Brien (born 1945) studied with teachers including Robert Beadell, John Eaton, Donald Erb, Iannis Xenakis, and Bernd Alois Zimmermann.

Vincent O'Brien[edit]

this teacher's teachers
O'Brien (1871–1948) studied with teachers including Robert Prescott Stewart.

Johannes Ockeghem[edit]

Arne Oldberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Oldberg (1874–1962) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Josef Rheinberger.

Arthur O'Leary[edit]

this teacher's teachers
O'Leary (1834–1919) studied with teachers including Ignaz Moscheles, Julius Rietz, Cipriani Potter, and William Sterndale Bennett.

Pauline Oliveros[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Oliveros (born 1932) studied with teachers including Robert Erickson and Seymour Shifrin.

František Ondříček[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ondříček (1857–1922) studied with teachers including Antonín Bennewitz.

Giacomo Orefice[edit]

William Ortiz-Alvarado[edit]

August von Othegraven[edit]

Ernst Julius Otto[edit]

Hall Overton[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Overton (1920–1972) studied with teachers including Darius Milhaud and Vincent Persichetti.

P[edit]

Pavel Pabst[edit]

Antonio Maria Pacchioni[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pacchioni (1654–1738) studied with teachers including Giovanni Maria Bononcini.

Johann Pachelbel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pachelbel (1653–1706) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schwemmer and Georg Caspar Wecker.

Ignacy Jan Paderewski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Paderewski (1860–1941) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

John Knowles Paine[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Paine (1839–1906) studied with teachers including Carl August Haupt.

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina[edit]

Robert Moffat Palmer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Palmer (1915–2010) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson.

Selim Palmgren[edit]

Giacomo Panizza[edit]

Bindo Paoli[edit]

Rosa Papier[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Papier studied with teachers including Mathilde Marchesi.

Pietro Domenico Paradies[edit]

Dorothy Parke[edit]

Horatio Parker[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Parker (1863–1919) studied with teachers including Josef Rheinberger.

James Cutler Dunn Parker[edit]

Walter Parratt[edit]

Hubert Parry[edit]

Harry Partch[edit]

Bernardo Pasquini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pasquini (1637–1710) studied with teachers including Loreto Vittori.

Elizabeth Pastor[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pastor studied with teachers including Boris Goldovsky.

Ernst Pauer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pauer (1826–1905) studied with teachers including Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart.

Maggi Payne[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Payne (born 1945) studied with teachers including Robert Ashley, Ben Johnston, M. William Karlins, Salvatore Martirano, Gordon Mumma, and Alan Stout.

František Martin Pecháček[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pecháček (1763–1816) studied with teachers including Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf.

Felip Pedrell[edit]

Frank Pelleg[edit]

Romain-Octave Pelletier I[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pelletier I (1843–1927) studied with teachers including Antoine François Marmontel.

Petros Peloponnesios[edit]

Joseph Pembaur[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pembaur studied with teachers including Anton Bruckner and Josef Rheinberger.

Krzysztof Penderecki[edit]

Johann Christoph Pepusch[edit]

George Perle[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Perle (1915–2009) studied with teachers including Ernst Krenek.

Vincent Persichetti[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Persichetti (1915–1987) studied with teachers including Fritz Reiner.

Louis Persinger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Persinger (1887–1966) studied with teachers including Arthur Nikisch, Jacques Thibaud, and Eugène Ysaÿe.

Giacomo Antonio Perti[edit]

Giovanni Battista Pescetti[edit]

Peter the Byzantine[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Petros Byzantios (fl. 1770 – 1808) studied with teachers including Petros Peloponnesios.

Goffredo Petrassi[edit]

Egon Petri[edit]

Malcolm Peyton[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Peyton (born 1932) studied with teachers including Edward T. Cone.

Isidor Philipp[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Philipp (1863–1958) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias.

. Paul Velucci

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Burrill Phillips[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Phillips (1907–1988) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson, Bernard Rogers, and Edwin Stringham.

Niccolò Piccinni[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Piccinni (1728–1800) studied with teachers including Leonardo Leo and Francesco Durante.

Willem Pijper[edit]

Pierre Pincemaille[edit]

André Pirro[edit]

Johann Georg Pisendel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pisendel (1687–1755) studied with teachers including Johann David Heinichen, Antonio Montanari, and Antonio Vivaldi.

Paul Pisk[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pisk (1893–1990) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Francesco Antonio Pistocchi[edit]

Walter Piston[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Piston (1894–1976) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Paul Dukas, and Edward Burlingame Hill.

Percy Pitt[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pitt (1870–1932) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn and Josef Rheinberger.

Friedrich Wilhelm Pixis[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pixis (1786–1842) studied with teachers including Ignaz Fränzl and Giovanni Battista Viotti.

Johann Peter Pixis[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pixis (1788–1874) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger and Friedrich Wilhelm Pixis.

Ildebrando Pizzetti[edit]

Louis Plaidy[edit]

Nicolas Joseph Platel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Platel (1777–1835) studied with teachers including Jacques-Michel Hurel de Lamare.

Simone Plé-Caussade[edit]

Émile Poillot[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Poillot (1886–1948) studied with teachers including Isidor Philipp, Alexandre Guilmant, and Louis Vierne.

Larry Polansky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Polansky (born 1954) studied with teachers including James Tenney.

Yuri Pomerantsiev[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pomerantsiev studied with teachers including Sergei Taneyev.

Herb Pomeroy[edit]

Amilcare Ponchielli[edit]

Nicola Porpora[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Porpora (1686–1768) studied with teachers including Gaetano Greco.

Costanzo Porta[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Porta (1528 or 1529 – 1601) studied with teachers including Adrian Willaert.

Quincy Porter[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Porter (1897–1966) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch and Horatio Parker.

Cipriani Potter[edit]

Henri Pousseur[edit]

Mel Powell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Powell (1923–1998) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Nadia Reisenberg, Joseph Schillinger, Ernst Toch, and Bernard Wagenaar.

Louis-Barthélémy Pradher[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pradher (1782–1843) studied with teachers including Henri-Montan Berton.

Jacob Praetorius[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Praetorius (1586–1651) studied with teachers including Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and Jacob Praetorius the Elder.

Jacob Praetorius the Elder[edit]

Eddie Prévost[edit]

Gottfried von Preyer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Preyer (1807–1901) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Ignazio Prota[edit]

Ebenezer Prout[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Prout (1835–1909) studied with teachers including Charles Kensington Salaman.

Francesco Provenzale[edit]

Giacomo Puccini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Puccini (1858–1924) studied with teachers including Antonio Bazzini and Amilcare Ponchielli.

Gaetano Pugnani[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pugnani (1731–1798) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Somis.

Raoul Pugno[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pugno (1852–1914) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias and Ambroise Thomas.

Vladimir Pukhal'ski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Pukhal'ski (1848–1933) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

Henry Purcell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Purcell (1659–1695) studied with teachers including John Blow, Henry Cooke, and Christopher Gibbons.

Veli-Matti Puumala[edit]

Johann Christoph Pyrlaeus[edit]

Q[edit]

Johann Joachim Quantz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Quantz (1697–1773) studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux and Jan Dismas Zelenka.

Héctor Quintanar[edit]

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