List of music students by teacher: T to Z

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

T[edit]

Marcel Tabuteau[edit]

this teacher's teachers[1]
Tabuteau (1887–1966) studied with teachers including Georges Gillet.

Nicola Tacchinardi[edit]

Paul Taffanel[edit]

Toru Takemitsu[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Takemitsu (1930–1996) studied with teachers including Fumio Hayasaka and Yasuji Kiyose.

Tan Xiaolin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Xiaolin studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith.

Sergei Taneyev[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Taneyev (1856–1915) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rubinstein and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Francisco Tárrega[edit]

Giuseppe Tartini[edit]

Wilhelm Taubert[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Taubert (1811–1891) studied with teachers including Ludwig Berger and Bernhard Klein.

Dorothy Taubman[edit]

Carl Tausig[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tausig (1841–1871) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

John Tavener[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tavener (1944–2013) studied with teachers including Lennox Berkeley.

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tchaikovsky (1840–1893) studied with teachers including Anton Rubinstein and Nikolai Zaremba.

Ivan Tcherepnin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tcherepnin (1943–1998) studied with teachers including Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Nikolai Tcherepnin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tcherepnin (1873–1945) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Serge Tcherepnin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tcherepnin (born 1941) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Pierre Boulez, Herbert Eimert, Leon Kirchner, Luigi Nono, Isidor Philipp, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Ignaz Amadeus Tedesco[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tedesco (1817–1882) studied with teachers including Václav Tomášek.

Robert Teichmüller[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Teichmüller (1863–1939) studied with teachers including Carl Reinecke.

Georg Philipp Telemann[edit]

Rafael Tello[edit]

Emil Telmányi[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Telmányi (1892–1988) studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim.

Wayan Tembres[edit]

Giusto Fernando Tenducci[edit]

James Tenney[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tenney (1934–2006) studied with teachers including Kenneth Gaburo, Lejaren Hiller, Harry Partch, Edgard Varèse, and Chou Wen-chung.

Michael Tenzer[edit]

this teacher's teachers

Lionel Tertis[edit]

Sigismond Thalberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Thalberg (1812–1871) studied with teachers including Carl Czerny, Ignaz Moscheles, and Simon Sechter.

Hilda Thegerström[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Thegerström (1838–1907) studied with teachers including Franz Berwald.

Johann Theile[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Theile (1646–1724) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schütz.

Willi Thern[edit]

Jacques Thibaud[edit]

Ambroise Thomas[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Thomas (1811–1896) studied with teachers including Jean-François Le Sueur and Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann.

István Thomán[edit]

Diane Thome[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Thome (born 1942) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Roy Harris, Darius Milhaud, Robert Strassburg, and Dorothy Taubman.

Randall Thompson[edit]

César Thomson[edit]

Virgil Thomson[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Thomson (1896–1989) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Rosario Scalero.

Ludwig Thuille[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Thuille (1861–1907) studied with teachers including Carl Baermann, Joseph Pembaur, and Josef Rheinberger.

Jukka Tiensuu[edit]

Heinz Tiessen[edit]

Edgar Tinel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tinel (1854–1912) studied with teachers including Louis Brassin and François-Auguste Gevaert.

Yakov Tkatch[edit]

Ernst Toch[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Toch (1887–1964) studied with teachers including Willy Rehberg.

Václav Tomášek[edit]

Tomášek (1774–1850, also 'Tomaschek'), autodidact

István Tomka[edit]

Giuseppe Torelli[edit]

Laurits Christian Tørsleff[edit]

Arturo Toscanini[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Toscanini (1867–1957) studied with teachers including Leandro Carini and Giusto Dacci.

Firmin Touche[edit]

Charles Tournemire[edit]

Donald Tovey[edit]

Tommaso Traetta[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Traetta (1727–1779) studied with teachers including Nicola Porpora.

Gilles Tremblay[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tremblay (born 1932) studied with teachers including Yvonne Loriod, Maurice Martenot, Olivier Messiaen, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Lennie Tristano[edit]

Giacomo Tritto[edit]

František Tůma[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Tůma (1704–1774) studied with teachers including Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský and Johann Joseph Fux.

Józef Turczyński[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Turczyński (1884–1953) studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni and Anna Yesipova.

Joaquín Turina[edit]

Daniel Gottlob Türk[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Türk (1750–1813) studied with teachers including Johann Adam Hiller and Gottfried August Homilius.

Robert Turner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Turner (1920–2012) studied with teachers including Claude Champagne, Roy Harris, Herbert Howells, Gordon Jacob, and Olivier Messiaen.

Burnet Tuthill[edit]

"Blue" Gene Tyranny[edit]

U[edit]

Marco Uccellini[edit]

Delphine Ugalde[edit]

Vincenzo Ugolini[edit]

Chinary Ung[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ung studied with teachers including Chou Wen-chung and Mario Davidovsky.

Heinrich Urban[edit]

Erich Urbanner[edit]

Gennaro Ursino[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Ursino (1650–1715) studied with teachers including Giovanni Salvatore.

Anton Urspruch[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Urspruch (1850–1907) studied with teachers including Franz Lachner, Franz Liszt, and Joachim Raff.

Vladimir Ussachevsky[edit]

V[edit]

Fartein Valen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Valen (1887–1952) studied with teachers including Catharinus Elling.

Giovanni Valentini[edit]

Giovanni Valesi[edit]

Francesco Antonio Vallotti[edit]

Gilius van Bergeijk[edit]

David Van Vactor[edit]

Edgard Varèse[edit]

Sergei Vasilenko[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vasilenko (1872–1956) studied with teachers including Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov and Sergei Taneyev.

Ralph Vaughan Williams[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vaughan Williams (1872–1958) studied with teachers including Hubert Parry, Maurice Ravel, Charles Villiers Stanford, and Charles Wood.

Aurelio de la Vega[edit]

Isabelle Vengerova[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vengerova (1877–1956) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Anna Yesipova.

John Verrall[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Verrall (1908–2001) studied with teachers including Aaron Copland, Donald Ferguson, Roy Harris, Frederick Jacobi, Zoltán Kodály, and R. O. Morris.

Pauline Viardot[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Viardot (1821–1910) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin and Anton Reicha.

Paul Vidal[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vidal (1863–1931) studied with teachers including Jules Massenet.

Carles Vidiella[edit]

Louis Vierne[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vierne (1870–1937) studied with teachers including César Franck and Charles-Marie Widor.

Henri Vieuxtemps[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vieuxtemps (1820–1881) studied with teachers including Charles Auguste de Bériot, Anton Reicha, Simon Sechter, and Jean-Henri Simon.

Alexander Villoing[edit]

Francesco dalla Viola[edit]

Giovanni Battista Viotti[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Viotti (1755–1824) studied with teachers including Gaetano Pugnani.

János Viski[edit]

Tomaso Antonio Vitali[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vitali (1663–1745) studied with teachers including Antonio Maria Pacchioni.

Jāzeps Vītols[edit]

Loreto Vittori[edit]

Antonio Vivaldi[edit]

Pancho Vladigerov[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vladigerov (1899–1978) studied with teachers including Friedrich Gernsheim.

Wladimir Vogel[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Vogel (1896–1984) studied with teachers including Heinz Tiessen.

Georg Joseph Vogler[edit]

Robert Volkmann[edit]

Georg Jacob Vollweiler[edit]

Han de Vries[edit]

this teacher's teachers
de Vries (1941–present) studied with teachers including Jaap Stotijn.

W[edit]

Bernard Wagenaar[edit]

Diderik Wagenaar[edit]

Johan Wagenaar[edit]

Georg Christoph Wagenseil[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wagenseil (1715–1777) studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux.

Bruno Walter[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Walter (1876–1962) studied with teachers including Robert Radeke.

Johann Gottfried Walther[edit]

Bedřich Diviš Weber[edit]

Carl Maria von Weber[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weber (1786–1826) studied with teachers including Michael Haydn.

Anton Webern[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Webern (1883–1945) studied with teachers including Guido Adler and Arnold Schoenberg.

Georg Caspar Wecker[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wecker (1632–1695) studied with teachers including Johann Erasmus Kindermann.

Adolf Weidig[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weidig (1867–1931) studied with teachers including Hugo Riemann.

Jacob Weinberg[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weinberg (1879–1956) studied with teachers including Sergei Taneyev.

Leó Weiner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weiner (1885–1960) studied with teachers including Hans von Koessler.

Christian Ehregott Weinlig[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weinlig (1743–1813) studied with teachers including Gottfried August Homilius.

Christian Theodor Weinlig[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weinlig (1780–1842) studied with teachers including Christian Ehregott Weinlig and Stanislao Mattei.

John Weinzweig[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weinzweig (1913–2006) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson, Bernard Rogers, and Healey Willan.

Hugo Weisgall[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weisgall (1912–1997) studied with teachers including Rosario Scalero and Roger Sessions.

Hans Weisse[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weisse (1892–1940) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schenker.

Carl Friedrich Weitzmann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Weitzmann (1808–1880) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann.

Dan Welcher[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Welcher (born 1948) studied with teachers including Samuel Adler.

Egon Wellesz[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wellesz (1885–1974) studied with teachers including Guido Adler and Arnold Schoenberg.

Chou Wen-chung[edit]

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

Richard Wernick[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wernick (born 1934) studied with teachers including Arthur Berger, Boris Blacher, Irving Fine, Leon Kirchner, Harold Shapero, and Ernst Toch.

Peter Westergaard[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Westergaard (born 1931) studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner, Darius Milhaud, and Roger Sessions.

Frederik Thorkildsen Wexschall[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wexschall (1798–1845) studied with teachers including Peter Mandrup Lem and Louis Spohr.

José White Lafitte[edit]

Arthur Whiting[edit]

Charles-Marie Widor[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Widor (1844–1937) studied with teachers including François-Joseph Fétis and Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens.

Friedrich Wieck[edit]

Henryk Wieniawski[edit]

Wilhelm Friedrich Wieprecht[edit]

Adrian Willaert[edit]

Healey Willan[edit]

Ernest Williams[edit]

Richard Edward Wilson[edit]

Godfrey Winham[edit]

Alexander Winkler[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Winkler (1865–1935) studied with teachers including Alphonse Duvernoy and Theodor Leschetizky.

I Nyoman Windha[edit]

Emanuel Wirth[edit]

Peter Wishart[edit]

Leopold Carl Wolff[edit]

Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wolf-Ferrari (1876–1948) studied with teachers including Josef Rheinberger.

Leonard Wolfson[edit]

Stefan Wolpe[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wolpe (1902–1972) studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Paul Juon, Franz Schreker, and Anton Webern.

Charles Wood[edit]

this teacher's teachers
C. Wood (1866–1926) studied with teachers including Charles Villiers Stanford.

James Wood[edit]

this teacher's teachers
J. Wood (born 1953) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Joseph Wölfl[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wölfl (1773–1812) studied with teachers including Leopold Mozart.

Paul Wranitzky[edit]

Richard Wüerst[edit]

Franz Wüllner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wüllner (1832–1902) studied with teachers including Anton Schindler.

Johann Georg Wunderlich[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wunderlich (1755–1819) studied with teachers including Felix Rault.

Charles Wuorinen[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wuorinen (born 1938) studied with teachers including Jack Beeson, Otto Luening, and Vladimir Ussachevsky.

Robert Wykes[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wykes (born 1926) studied with teachers including Burrill Phillips, Cecil Effinger, Max Adkins, and A.D. Davenport.

Yehudi Wyner[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Wyner (born 1929) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Walter Piston, Randall Thompson, Max Helfman, and Robert Strassburg.

X[edit]

Iannis Xenakis[edit]

Y[edit]

Kosaku Yamada[edit]

Abram Yampolsky[edit]

Akio Yashiro[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Yashiro (1929–1976) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Kunihiko Hashimoto, and Tomojirō Ikenouchi.

Anna Yesipova[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Yesipova (1851–1914) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Karl Navrátil.

Michèl Yost[edit]

La Monte Young[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Young (1935 — ...) studied with teachers including Andrew Imbrie, Richard Maxfield, Pran Nath, Seymour Shifrin, Leonard Stein, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Eugène Ysaÿe[edit]

Isang Yun[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Yun (1917–1995) studied with teachers including Tony Aubin, Boris Blacher, Tomojiro Ikenouchi, Josef Rufer, and Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling.

Z[edit]

Jan Zach[edit]

Alfred Zamara[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zamara (1863–1940) studied with teachers including Antonio Zamara.

Antonio Zamara[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zamara (1829–1901) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Nikolai Zaremba[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zaremba (1821–1879) studied with teachers including Adolf Bernhard Marx.

Gioseffo Zarlino[edit]

Ruth Zechlin[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zechlin (1926–2007) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk David.

Jan Dismas Zelenka[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zelenka (1679–1745) studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux.

Władysław Żeleński[edit]

Ferdinand Zellbell[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zellbell, Jr. (1719–1780) studied with teachers including Georg Philipp Telemann.

Carl Friedrich Zelter[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zelter (1758–1832), autodidact studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch and Johann Kirnberger.

Alexander Zemlinsky[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zemlinsky (1871–1942) studied with teachers including Anton Door, Johann Nepomuk Fuchs, Robert Fuchs, and Franz Krenn.

Bernhard Ziehn[edit]

Efrem Zimbalist[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zimbalist (1889–1985) studied with teachers including Leopold Auer.

Bernd Alois Zimmermann[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zimmermann (1918–1970) studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner and René Leibowitz.

Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann[edit]

Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli[edit]

Nikolai Zverev[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zverev (1832–1893) studied with teachers including Alexander Dubuque.

Bernard Zweers[edit]

this teacher's teachers
Zweers (1854–1924) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn.

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