List of music students by teacher: R to S

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

R[edit]

Alexander Raab[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Raab (1882–1958) studied with teachers including Robert Fuchs and Theodor Leschetizky.

Sergei Rachmaninoff[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rachmaninoff (1873–1943) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky, Alexander Siloti, Sergei Taneyev, and Nikolai Zverev.

Robert Radeke[edit]

Jean-Théodore Radoux[edit]

Joachim Raff[edit]

Jean-Philippe Rameau[edit]

Günther Ramin[edit]

James K. Randall[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Randall (1929–2014) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt and Leonard Shure.

Alberto Randegger[edit]

Bernard Rands[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rands (born 1934) studied with teachers including Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, Luigi Dallapiccola, and Bruno Maderna.

Agosto Rattenbach[edit]

Felix Rault[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rault studied with teachers including Michel Blavet.

Einojuhani Rautavaara[edit]

Venanzio Rauzzini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rauzzini (1746–1810) studied with teachers including Muzio Clementi, Domenico Corri, Nicola Porpora, and Giuseppe Santarelli.

Maurice Ravel[edit]

this teacher's teachers[37]
Ravel (1875–1937) studied with teachers including Émile Decombes, Charles-Wilfrid de Bériot, Émile Pessard, André Gedalge, and Gabriel Fauré.

Gardner Read[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Read (1913–2005) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson and Bernard Rogers.

Napoléon Henri Reber[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reber (1807–1880) studied with teachers including Jean-François Le Sueur and Anton Reicha.

Max Reger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reger (1873–1916) studied with teachers including Hugo Riemann.

Willy Rehberg[edit]

Anton Reicha[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reicha (1770–1836) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger.

Carl Reinecke[edit]

Fritz Reiner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reiner (1888–1963) studied with teachers including Béla Bartók, István Thomán, and Leo Weiner.

N. M. Reingbald[edit]

Johann Georg Reinhardt[edit]

Alfred Reisenauer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reisenauer (1863–1907) studied with teachers including Louis Köhler and Franz Liszt.

Nadia Reisenberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reisenberg (1904–1983) studied with teachers including Josef Hofmann.

Ottorino Respighi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Respighi (1879–1936) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Jean de Reszke[edit]

this teacher's teachers
studied with teachers including Antonio Cotogni and Giovanni Sbriglia.

Roger Reynolds[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Reynolds (born 1934) studied with teachers including Ross Lee Finney and Roberto Gerhard.

University of California, San Diego

Yale (while visiting professor)

Josef Rheinberger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rheinberger (1839–1901) studied with teachers including Franz Lachner.

Ernst Richter[edit]

Franz Xaver Richter[edit]

Hans Richter[edit]

Allard de Ridder[edit]

this teacher's teachers
de Ridder (1887–1966) studied with teachers including Hermann Abendroth, Fritz Steinbach, and Johan Wagenaar.

Jaroslav Řídký[edit]

Carl Riedel[edit]

Wallingford Riegger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Riegger (1885–1961) studied with teachers including Percy Goetschius.

Hugo Riemann[edit]

Joseph Riepel[edit]

Vittorio Rieti[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rieti (1898–1994) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Frugatta.

Julius Rietz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rietz (1812–1877) studied with teachers including Bernhard Romberg.

André-Jean Rigade[edit]

Wolfgang Rihm[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rihm (born 1952) studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner, Klaus Huber, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Terry Riley[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Riley (born 1935) studied with teachers including Robert Erickson, Pran Nath, and Seymour Shifrin.

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov[edit]

Berthe Ringold[edit]

Christian Heinrich Rinck[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rinck (1770–1846) studied with teachers including Johann Christian Kittel.

Théodore Ritter[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ritter (1840–1886) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Achille Rivarde[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rivarde (1865–1940) studied with teachers including Charles Dancla, František Ondříček, and Henryk Wieniawski.

Jean Rivier[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rivier (1896–1987) studied with teachers including Georges Caussade and Jean Gallon.

Max Roach[edit]

Richard Robert[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Robert (1861–1924) studied with teachers including Franz Krenn and Anton Bruckner.

Louise Robyn[edit]

George Rochberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rochberg (1918–2005) studied with teachers including Leopold Mannes, Gian Carlo Menotti, Rosario Scalero, George Szell, and Hans Weisse.

W. S. Rockstro[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rockstro (1823–1895) studied with teachers including William Sterndale Bennett and Felix Mendelssohn.

Pierre Rode[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rode (1774–1830) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Viotti.

Johann Theodor Roemhildt[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Roemhildt (1684–1756) studied with teachers including Johann Kuhnau and Johann Schelle.

Bernard Rogers[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rogers (1893–1968) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch, Nadia Boulanger, and Percy Goetschius.

Ray Luke

José Rolón[edit]

Bernhard Romberg[edit]

Julius Röntgen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Röntgen (1855–1932) studied with teachers including Franz Lachner and Carl Reinecke.

William Michael Rooke[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rooke (1794–1847) studied with teachers including Philip Cogan.

Cipriano de Rore[edit]

Ned Rorem[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rorem (born 1923) studied with teachers including Rosario Scalero, Leo Sowerby, and Virgil Thomson.

Leonard Rose[edit]

Thomas Roseingrave[edit]

Hilding Rosenberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rosenberg (1892–1985) studied with teachers including Ernst Ellberg and Wilhelm Stenhammar.

David Rosenboom[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rosenboom (born 1947) studied with teachers including Kenneth Gaburo, Lejaren Hiller, and Salvatore Martirano.

Jakob Rosenhain[edit]

Orla Rosenhoff[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rosenhoff (1844–1905) studied with teachers including Niels Gade.

Lauro Rossi[edit]

Christopher Rouse[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rouse (born 1949) studied with teachers including Randolph Coleman, George Crumb, and Robert Moffat Palmer.

Albert Roussel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Roussel (1869–1937) studied with teachers including Vincent d'Indy and Eugène Gigout.

Pietro Rovelli[edit]

Nicolas Roze[edit]

Alexsander Różycki[edit]

Edmund Rubbra[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rubbra (1901–1986) studied with teachers including Gustav Holst and R. O. Morris.

Anton Rubinstein[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rubinstein (1829–1894) studied with teachers including Siegfried Dehn and Adolf Bernhard Marx.

Arthur Rubinstein[edit]

Nikolai Rubinstein[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rubinstein (1835–1881) studied with teachers including Theodor Kullak.

Dane Rudhyar[edit]

Ernst Rudorff[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rudorff (1840–1916) studied with teachers including Woldemar Bargiel, Moritz Hauptmann, Ignaz Moscheles, Louis Plaidy, Carl Reinecke, and Julius Rietz.

Josef Rufer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rufer (1893–1985) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Alexander von Zemlinsky.

Johann Rufinatscha[edit]

Francesco Ruggi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ruggi (1767–1845) studied with teachers including Fedele Fenaroli.

Carl Friedrich Rungenhagen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Rungenhagen (1778–1851) studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Zelter.

William Russo[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Russo (1928–2003) studied with teachers including Lennie Tristano.

Wilhelm Karl Rust[edit]

Ferdinando Rutini[edit]

S[edit]

Kaija Saariaho[edit]

Boris Sabaneyev[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sabaneyev, B. (−1918) studied with teachers including Sergei Taneyev.

Leonid Sabaneyev[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sabaneyev, L. (1881–1968) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Sergei Taneyev, and Nikolai Zverev.

Antonio Sacchini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sacchini (1730–1786) studied with teachers including Francesco Durante.

Vasily Safonov[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Safonov (1852–1918) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Nikolai Zaremba.

Camille Saint-Saëns[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Saint-Saëns (1835–1921) studied with teachers including François Benoist, Fromental Halévy, and Camille-Marie Stamaty.

Nicola Sala[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sala (1713–1801) studied with teachers including Nicola Fago and Lionardo Leo.

Michele Saladino[edit]

Charles Kensington Salaman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Salaman (1814–1901) studied with teachers including William Crotch, Henri Herz, and Charles Neate.

Baltasar Saldoni[edit]

Antonio Salieri[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Salieri (1750–1825) studied with teachers including Christoph Willibald Gluck, Giovanni Battista Pescetti, and Giuseppe Simoni.

Thomas Salignac[edit]

Aulis Sallinen[edit]

Johann Peter Salomon[edit]

Giovanni Salvatore[edit]

Carlos Salzedo[edit]

Felix Salzer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Salzer (1904–1986) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schenker and Hans Weisse.

Giovanni Battista Sammartini[edit]

Marcel Samuel-Rousseau[edit]

Cesare de Sanctis[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sanctis (1824–1916) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Baini.

György Sándor[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sándor (1912–2005) studied with teachers including Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály.

Alfredo Sangiorgi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sangiorgi (1894–1962) studied with teachers including Goffredo Petrassi and Arnold Schoenberg.

Pedro Sanjuan[edit]

Domingo Santa Cruz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Santa Cruz (1899–1987) studied with teachers including Alberto Guerrero.

Giuseppe Santarelli[edit]

Cláudio Santoro[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Santoro (1919–1989) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Hans-Joachim Koellreutter.

Pablo de Sarasate[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sarasate (1844–190) studied with teachers including Jean-Delphin Alard.

Giuseppe Saratelli[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Saratelli (1714–1762) studied with teachers including Antonio Lotti.

Giuseppe Sarti[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sarti (1729–1802) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Martini.

Emil von Sauer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sauer (1862–1942) studied with teachers including Ludwig Deppe, Franz Liszt, and Nikolai Rubinstein.

Émile Sauret[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sauret (1852–1920) studied with teachers including Charles Auguste de Bériot, Salomon Jadassohn, Henri Vieuxtemps, and Henryk Wieniawski.

Marie Gabriel Augustin Savard[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Savard (1814–1881) studied with teachers including Fromental Halévy and Jules Massenet.

Georges Savaria[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Savaria (born 1916) studied with teachers including Louis Aubert, Claude Champagne, Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur, Lazare Lévy, Marguerite Long, and Olivier Messiaen.

Giovanni Sbriglia[edit]

Marco Scacchi[edit]

Rosario Scalero[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Scalero (1870–1954) studied with teachers including César Thomson and Eusebius Mandyczewski.

Alessandro Scarlatti[edit]

Bogusław Schaeffer[edit]

Pierre Schaeffer[edit]

Philipp Scharwenka[edit]

this teacher's teachers
P. Scharwenka (1847–1917) studied with teachers including Heinrich Dorn and Richard Wüerst.

Xaver Scharwenka[edit]

this teacher's teachers
X. Scharwenka (1850–1924) studied with teachers including Theodor Kullak.

Heinrich Scheidemann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Scheidemann (1595–1663) studied with teachers including Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.

Johann Schelle[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schelle (1648–1701) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schütz.

Johann Baptist Schenk[edit]

Heinrich Schenker[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schenker (1868–1935) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk Fuchs.

Hermann Scherchen[edit]

Arnold Schering[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schering (1877–1941) studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim and Hermann Kretzschmar.

Johann Gottfried Schicht[edit]

Poul Schierbeck[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schierbeck (1888–1949) studied with teachers including Carl Nielsen.

Joseph Schillinger[edit]

Max von Schillings[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schillings (1868–1933) studied with teachers including Josef Rheinberger.

Anton Schindler[edit]

Philipp Schindlöker[edit]

Victor Schiøler[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schiøler (1899–1967) studied with teachers including Ignaz Friedman and Artur Schnabel.

Henry Schmidt[edit]

Aloys Schmitt[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schmitt (1788–1866) studied with teachers including Johann Anton André.

Hans Schmitt[edit]

Artur Schnabel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schnabel (1882–1951) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky, Hans Schmitt, and Anna Yesipova.

Friedrich Schneider[edit]

Johann Gottlob Schneider[edit]

Arnold Schoenberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schoenberg (1874–1951) studied with teachers including Oskar Adler, Joseph Labor, and Alexander von Zemlinsky.

Bernhard Scholz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Scholz (1835–1916) studied with teachers including Ernst Pauer.

Anna Eugénie Schön-René[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schön-René (???) studied with teachers including Pauline Viardot.

Barry Schrader[edit]

Henry Schradieck[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schradieck (1846–1918) studied with teachers including Ferdinand David and Hubert Léonard.

Franz Schreker[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schreker (1878–1934) studied with teachers including Robert Fuchs.

Johann Samuel Schroeter[edit]

Christoph Gottlieb Schröter[edit]

Edmund Schuëcker[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schuëcker (1860–1911) studied with teachers including Antonio Zamara.

Julius Schulhoff[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schulhoff (1825–1898) studied with teachers including Ignaz Amadeus Tedesco and Václav Tomášek.

Gunther Schuller[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schuller (born 1925) studied with teachers including Eduard Steuermann.

Johann Abraham Peter Schulz[edit]

William Schuman[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schuman (1910–1992) studied with teachers including Roy Harris.

Clara Schumann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
C. Schumann (1819–1896) studied with teachers including Christian Theodor Weinlig and Friedrich Wieck.

Robert Schumann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
R. Schumann (1810–1856) studied with teachers including Heinrich Dorn and Friedrich Wieck.

Ignaz Schuppanzigh[edit]

Heinrich Schütz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schütz (1585–1672) studied with teachers including Giovanni Gabrieli.

Heinrich Schütz, often called the "father of German music",[285] composer of what is traditionally regarded as the "first German opera" Dafne (1627, lost), and transmitter of the Italian style of his teacher Giovanni Gabrieli to Germany had many pupils, including many of the musicians who sang or played under him as Kapellmeister in composition.

Joseph Schwantner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schwantner (born 1943) studied with teachers including Alan Stout.

Heinrich Schwemmer[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schwemmer (1621–1696) studied with teachers including Johann Erasmus Kindermann.

Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Schwenke[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Schwenke (1767–1822) studied with teachers including Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Johann Kirnberger.

Salvatore Sciarrino[edit]

Peter Sculthorpe[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sculthorpe (1929–2014) studied with teachers including Egon Wellesz.

Friedrich Schwindl[edit]

Gregorio Sciroli[edit]

Alexander Scriabin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Scriabin (1872–1915) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky, Georgi Conus, Vasily Safonov, Alexander Siloti, Sergei Taneyev, and Nikolai Zverev.

Humphrey Searle[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Searle (1915–1982) studied with teachers including Anton Webern.

Simon Sechter[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sechter (1788–1867) studied with teachers including Henri Vieuxtemps.

Jan Sedivka[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sedivka (1917–2009) studied with teachers including Otakar Ševčík.

William Charles Ernest Seeboeck[edit]

Charles Seeger[edit]

Josef Seger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Seger (1716–1782) studied with teachers including Felix Benda, Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský, František Tůma, and Jan Zach.

Mátyás Seiber[edit]

Waldemar Seidel[edit]

Isidor Seiss[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Seiss studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann and Friedrich Wieck.

Bernhard Sekles[edit]

Thomas Selle[edit]

Daria Semegen[edit]

this teacher's teachers

Tullio Serafin[edit]

Rudolf Serkin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Serkin studied with teachers including Richard Robert.

Paolo Serrao[edit]

John Serry Sr.[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Serry Sr. (1915–2003) studied with teachers including Robert Strassburg, Joseph Rossi, Albert Rizzi, and Gene Von Hallberg.

Stanisław Serwaczyński[edit]

Roger Sessions[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sessions studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Horatio Parker.

Otakar Ševčík[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ševčík (1852–1934) studied with teachers including Antonín Bennewitz.

Ignaz von Seyfried[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Seyfried (1776–1841) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Giovanni Sgambati[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sgambati (1841–1914) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Ravi Shankar[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shankar studied with teachers including Allauddin Khan and Ali Akbar Khan.

Harold Shapero[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shapero studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Paul Hindemith, Ernst Krenek, Walter Piston, and Nicolas Slonimsky.

Harvey Shapiro[edit]

Yuri Shaporin[edit]

Vissarion Shebalin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shebalin studied with teachers including Nikolai Myaskovsky.

Jessie Shefrin[edit]

Harry Rowe Shelley[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shelley (1858–1947) studied with teachers including Dudley Buck, Antonín Dvořák, and Gustave J. Stoeckel.

Bright Sheng[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sheng studied with teachers including Leonard Bernstein and George Perle.

Roy Shepherd[edit]

Robert Sherlaw Johnson[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sherlaw Johnson studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen.

Seymour Shifrin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shifrin (1926–1979) studied with teachers including Otto Luening, Darius Milhaud, and William Schuman.

Verdina Shlonsky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shlonsky (1905–1990) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edgard Varese, Max Deutsch, Artur Schnabel, and Egon Petry.

Leonard Shure[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Shure (1910–1995) studied with teachers including Artur Schnabel.

Boris Sibor[edit]

Jean Sibelius[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sibelius (1865–1957) studied with teachers including Martin Wegelius, Ferruccio Busoni, Robert Fuchs, Arnold Becker, and Karl Goldmark.

Balthasar Siberer[edit]

Nikolai Sidelnikov[edit]

Murry Sidlin[edit]

Elie Siegmeister[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Siegmeister studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Roberto Sierra[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sierra studied with teachers including György Ligeti.

Kazimierz Sikorski[edit]

Alexander Siloti[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Siloti (1863–1945) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt and Nikolai Rubinstein.

Jean-Henri Simon[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Simon (1783–1861) studied with teachers including Charles-Simon Catel and François-Joseph Gossec.

Giuseppe Simoni[edit]

Gardell Simons[edit]

Roman Simovych[edit]

Hans Sitt[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sitt (1850–1922) studied with teachers including Antonín Bennewitz, Johann Friedrich Kittl, and Josef Krejčí.

František Zdeněk Skuherský[edit]

Nicolas Slonimsky[edit]

Leland Smith[edit]

Leo Smith[edit]

Alfredo Soffredini[edit]

Harvey Sollberger[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sollberger studied with teachers including Jack Beeson and Otto Luening.

Solomon[edit]

Nicolai Soloviev[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Soloviev (1846–1916) studied with teachers including Nikolai Zaremba.

Giovanni Battista Somis[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Somis (1686–1763) studied with teachers including Arcangelo Corelli.

Enrique Soro[edit]

Leo Sowerby[edit]

Philipp Spitta[edit]

Louis Spohr[edit]

Johann Staden[edit]

Maximilian Stadler[edit]

John Stainer[edit]

Camille-Marie Stamaty[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stamaty (1811–1870) studied with teachers including Friedrich Kalkbrenner and Felix Mendelssohn.

Anton Stamitz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
A. Stamitz (1750 – c.1800) studied with teachers including Christian Cannabich and Johann Stamitz.

Johann Stamitz[edit]

Enrico Stancabiano[edit]

Charles Villiers Stanford[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stanford studied with teachers including Robert Prescott Stewart, Michael Quarry, Ernst Pauer, Arthur O'Leary, and Carl Reinecke.

Roman Statkowski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Statkowski studied with teachers including Władysław Żeleński.

Bernhard Stavenhagen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stavenhagen (1862–1914) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Joseph Anton Steffan[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Steffan (1726–1797) studied with teachers including Georg Christoph Wagenseil.

Agostino Steffani[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Steffani (1654–1728) studied with teachers including Johann Caspar Kerll.

Daniel Steibelt[edit]

Leonard Stein[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stein (1916–2004) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Emil Steinbach[edit]

Fritz Steinbach[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Steinbach studied with teachers including Anton Door, Vinzenz Lachner, Gustav Nottebohm, and Emil Steinbach.

Maximilian Steinberg[edit]

David Steinbrook[edit]

Wilhelm Stenhammar[edit]

Václav Štěpán[edit]

Constantin Sternberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sternberg (1852–1924) studied with teachers including Theodor Coccius, Heinrich Dorn, Theodor Kullak, Ignaz Moscheles, and Ernst Richter.

Eduard Steuermann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Steuermann studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Engelbert Humperdinck, Vilém Kurz, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Bernard Stevens[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stevens (1916–1983) studied with teachers including Arthur Benjamin and R. O. Morris.

Robert Prescott Stewart[edit]

Julius Stockhausen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
J. Stockhausen (1826–1906) studied with teachers including Manuel García, Jr., Charles Hallé, and Camille-Marie Stamaty.

Karlheinz Stockhausen[edit]

Gustave J. Stoeckel[edit]

Albert Stoessel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stoessel (1894–1943) studied with teachers including Willy Hess and Emanuel Wirth.

Eric Stokes[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stokes studied with teachers including Dominick Argento and Paul Fetler.

Josip Štolcer-Slavenski[edit]

Pyotr Stolyarsky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stolyarsky (1871–1944) studied with teachers including Stanisław Barcewicz and Emil Młynarski.

Benno Stolzenberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stolzenberg (1827–1908) studied with teachers including Heinrich Dorn.

Jaap Stotijn[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stotijn (1891–1970) studied with teachers including Dirk van Emmerik.

Alan Stout[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stout (born 1932) studied with teachers including Henry Cowell, Vagn Holmboe, Wallingford Riegger, and John Verrall.

Veselin Stoyanov[edit]

Robert Strassburg[edit]

this teacher's teachers[442]
Strassburg (1915–2003) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Walter Piston, and Igor Stravinsky.

Igor Stravinsky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stravinsky studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Edwin Stringham[edit]

Marco Stroppa[edit]

Gustav Strube[edit]

Steven Stucky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Stucky studied with teachers including Robert Moffat Palmer.

Made Subandi[edit]

Morton Subotnick[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Subotnick studied with teachers including Robert Erickson, Leon Kirchner, and Darius Milhaud.

Josef Suk[edit]

Arthur Sullivan[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Sullivan studied with teachers including Arthur O'Leary, Moritz Hauptmann, Louis Plaidy, and Julius Rietz.

Kenneth Sutherland[edit]

I Wayan Suweca[edit]

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck[edit]

Richard Swift[edit]

Bolesław Szabelski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Szabelski studied with teachers including Roman Statkowski and Karol Szymanowski.

Ferenc Szabó[edit]

Tadeusz Szeligowski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Szeligowski (1896–1963) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Paul Dukas.

George Szell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Szell studied with teachers including Max Reger and Richard Robert.

Karol Szymanowski[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Szymanowski studied with teachers including Zygmunt Noskowski.

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