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]

Sergei Rachmaninoff[edit]

Robert Radeke[edit]

Jean-Théodore Radoux[edit]

Joachim Raff[edit]

Jean-Philippe Rameau[edit]

Günther Ramin[edit]

James K. Randall[edit]

Alberto Randegger[edit]

Bernard Rands[edit]

Agosto Rattenbach[edit]

Felix Rault[edit]

Einojuhani Rautavaara[edit]

Venanzio Rauzzini[edit]

Maurice Ravel[edit]

See talk page

Napoléon Henri Reber[edit]

Max Reger[edit]

Willy Rehberg[edit]

Anton Reicha[edit]

Carl Reinecke[edit]

Fritz Reiner[edit]

N. M. Reingbald[edit]

Johann Georg Reinhardt[edit]

Nadia Reisenberg[edit]

Ottorino Respighi[edit]

Jean de Reszke[edit]

Roger Reynolds[edit]

University of California, San Diego

Yale (while visiting professor)

Josef Rheinberger[edit]

Ernst Richter[edit]

Franz Xaver Richter[edit]

Hans Richter[edit]

Jaroslav Řídký[edit]

Carl Riedel[edit]

Wallingford Riegger[edit]

Hugo Riemann[edit]

Joseph Riepel[edit]

Vittorio Rieti[edit]

Julius Rietz[edit]

André-Jean Rigade[edit]

Terry Riley[edit]

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov[edit]

Berthe Ringold[edit]

Christian Heinrich Rinck[edit]

Théodore Ritter[edit]

Achille Rivarde[edit]

Jean Rivier[edit]

Max Roach[edit]

Richard Robert[edit]

Louise Robyn[edit]

George Rochberg[edit]

W. S. Rockstro[edit]

Pierre Rode[edit]

Johann Theodor Roemhildt[edit]

Bernard Rogers[edit]

Ray Luke

José Rolón[edit]

Bernhard Romberg[edit]

Julius Röntgen[edit]

William Michael Rooke[edit]

Cipriano de Rore[edit]

Ned Rorem[edit]

Leonard Rose[edit]

Thomas Roseingrave[edit]

Hilding Rosenberg[edit]

David Rosenboom[edit]

Jakob Rosenhain[edit]

Orla Rosenhoff[edit]

Lauro Rossi[edit]

Christopher Rouse[edit]

Albert Roussel[edit]

Pietro Rovelli[edit]

Nicolas Roze[edit]

Alexsander Różycki[edit]

Edmund Rubbra[edit]

Anton Rubinstein[edit]

Arthur Rubinstein[edit]

Nikolai Rubinstein[edit]

Dane Rudhyar[edit]

Ernst Rudorff[edit]

Josef Rufer[edit]

Johann Rufinatscha[edit]

Francesco Ruggi[edit]

Carl Friedrich Rungenhagen[edit]

William Russo[edit]

Wilhelm Karl Rust[edit]

Ferdinando Rutini[edit]

S[edit]

Kaija Saariaho[edit]

Boris Sabaneyev[edit]

Leonid Sabaneyev[edit]

Antonio Sacchini[edit]

Vasily Safonov[edit]

Camille Saint-Saëns[edit]

Nicola Sala[edit]

Michele Saladino[edit]

Charles Kensington Salaman[edit]

Baltasar Saldoni[edit]

Antonio Salieri[edit]

Thomas Salignac[edit]

Aulis Sallinen[edit]

Johann Peter Salomon[edit]

Giovanni Salvatore[edit]

Carlos Salzedo[edit]

Felix Salzer[edit]

Giovanni Battista Sammartini[edit]

Marcel Samuel-Rousseau[edit]

Cesare de Sanctis[edit]

György Sándor[edit]

Alfredo Sangiorgi[edit]

Pedro Sanjuan[edit]

Domingo Santa Cruz[edit]

Giuseppe Santarelli[edit]

Cláudio Santoro[edit]

Giuseppe Saratelli[edit]

Giuseppe Sarti[edit]

Emil von Sauer[edit]

Émile Sauret[edit]

Marie Gabriel Augustin Savard[edit]

Georges Savaria[edit]

Giovanni Sbriglia[edit]

Marco Scacchi[edit]

Rosario Scalero[edit]

Alessandro Scarlatti[edit]

Bogusław Schaeffer[edit]

Pierre Schaeffer[edit]

Philipp Scharwenka[edit]

Xaver Scharwenka[edit]

Heinrich Scheidemann[edit]

Johann Schelle[edit]

Johann Baptist Schenk[edit]

Heinrich Schenker[edit]

Hermann Scherchen[edit]

Arnold Schering[edit]

Johann Gottfried Schicht[edit]

Poul Schierbeck[edit]

Joseph Schillinger[edit]

Max von Schillings[edit]

Anton Schindler[edit]

Philipp Schindlöker[edit]

Victor Schiøler[edit]

Henry Schmidt[edit]

Aloys Schmitt[edit]

Hans Schmitt[edit]

Artur Schnabel[edit]

Friedrich Schneider[edit]

Johann Gottlob Schneider[edit]

Arnold Schoenberg[edit]

Bernhard Scholz[edit]

Anna Eugénie Schön-René[edit]

Barry Schrader[edit]

Henry Schradieck[edit]

Franz Schreker[edit]

Johann Samuel Schroeter[edit]

Christoph Gottlieb Schröter[edit]

Edmund Schuëcker[edit]

Julius Schulhoff[edit]

Gunther Schuller[edit]

Johann Abraham Peter Schulz[edit]

William Schuman[edit]

Clara Schumann[edit]

Robert Schumann[edit]

Ignaz Schuppanzigh[edit]

Heinrich Schütz[edit]

Heinrich Schütz, often called the "father of German music," (Of German music: a symposium Hans Hubert Schönzeler – 1976 "... covered with the dust which customarily pervades historical archives, but they had the misfortune to be superseded by that man who, with a large measure of justification, has been termed the father of German music: Heinrich Schutz.") 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]

Heinrich Schwemmer[edit]

Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Schwenke[edit]

Salvatore Sciarrino[edit]

Peter Sculthorpe[edit]

Friedrich Schwindl[edit]

Gregorio Sciroli[edit]

Alexander Scriabin[edit]

Humphrey Searle[edit]

Simon Sechter[edit]

William Charles Ernest Seeboeck[edit]

Charles Seeger[edit]

Josef Seger[edit]

Mátyás Seiber[edit]

Waldemar Seidel[edit]

Isidor Seiss[edit]

Bernhard Sekles[edit]

Thomas Selle[edit]

Daria Semegen[edit]

Tullio Serafin[edit]

Rudolf Serkin[edit]

Paolo Serrao[edit]

Stanisław Serwaczyński[edit]

Roger Sessions[edit]

Otakar Ševčík[edit]

Ignaz von Seyfried[edit]

Giovanni Sgambati[edit]

Ravi Shankar[edit]

Harold Shapero[edit]

Harvey Shapiro[edit]

Yuri Shaporin[edit]

Vissarion Shebalin[edit]

Jessie Shefrin[edit]

Harry Rowe Shelley[edit]

Bright Sheng[edit]

Roy Shepherd[edit]

Robert Sherlaw Johnson[edit]

Seymour Shifrin[edit]

Verdina Shlonsky[edit]

Leonard Shure[edit]

Boris Sibor[edit]

Jean Sibelius[edit]

Balthasar Siberer[edit]

Nikolai Sidelnikov[edit]

Murry Sidlin[edit]

Elie Siegmeister[edit]

Roberto Sierra[edit]

Kazimierz Sikorski[edit]

Alexander Siloti[edit]

Jean-Henri Simon[edit]

Giuseppe Simoni[edit]

Gardell Simons[edit]

Roman Simovych[edit]

Hans Sitt[edit]

František Zdeněk Skuherský[edit]

Nicolas Slonimsky[edit]

Leland Smith[edit]

Alfredo Soffredini[edit]

Harvey Sollberger[edit]

Solomon[edit]

Nicolai Soloviev[edit]

Giovanni Battista Somis[edit]

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]

Anton Stamitz[edit]

Johann Stamitz[edit]

Enrico Stancabiano[edit]

Charles Villiers Stanford[edit]

Roman Statkowski[edit]

Bernhard Stavenhagen[edit]

Joseph Anton Steffan[edit]

Agostino Steffani[edit]

Daniel Steibelt[edit]

Leonard Stein[edit]

Emil Steinbach[edit]

Fritz Steinbach[edit]

Maximilian Steinberg[edit]

David Steinbrook[edit]

Wilhelm Stenhammar[edit]

Václav Štěpán[edit]

Constantin Sternberg[edit]

Eduard Steuermann[edit]

Bernard Stevens[edit]

Robert Prescott Stewart[edit]

Julius Stockhausen[edit]

Karlheinz Stockhausen[edit]

Gustave J. Stoeckel[edit]

Albert Stoessel[edit]

Eric Stokes[edit]

Josip Štolcer-Slavenski[edit]

Pyotr Stolyarsky[edit]

Benno Stolzenberg[edit]

Jaap Stotijn[edit]

Alan Stout[edit]

Veselin Stoyanov[edit]

Robert Strassburg[edit]

Igor Stravinsky[edit]

Edwin Stringham[edit]

Marco Stroppa[edit]

Gustav Strube[edit]

Steven Stucky[edit]

Made Subandi[edit]

Morton Subotnick[edit]

Arthur Sullivan[edit]

Kenneth Sutherland[edit]

I Wayan Suweca[edit]

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck[edit]

Richard Swift[edit]

Bolesław Szabelski[edit]

Ferenc Szabó[edit]

Tadeusz Szeligowski[edit]

George Szell[edit]

Karol Szymanowski[edit]


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