List of music students by teacher: K to M

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

K[edit]

Mauricio Kagel[edit]

Jouni Kaipainen[edit]

Friedrich Kalkbrenner[edit]

Hedwig Kammer-Rosenthal[edit]

M. William Karlins[edit]

Richard Karpen[edit]

Eli Kassner[edit]

Apolinary Kątski[edit]

Nikolai Kazanli[edit]

Donald Keats[edit]

Milko Kelemen[edit]

Reginald Kell[edit]

Homer Keller[edit]

Johann Peter Kellner[edit]

Johann Caspar Kerll[edit]

Patricia Kern[edit]

Aaron Jay Kernis[edit]

Aram Khachaturian[edit]

Abdul Wahid Khan[edit]

Allauddin Khan[edit]

Ali Akbar Khan[edit]

Imdad Khan[edit]

Yuri Kholopov[edit]

Tikhon Khrennikov[edit]

Friedrich Kiel[edit]

Earl Kim[edit]

Yasuji Kiyose[edit]

William Kincaid[edit]

Johann Erasmus Kindermann[edit]

Leon Kirchner[edit]

Dumitru Georgescu Kiriac[edit]

Johann Kirnberger[edit]

Charles Herbert Kitson[edit]

Johann Christian Kittel[edit]

Johann Friedrich Kittl[edit]

Halfdan Kjerulf[edit]

Bernhard Klein[edit]

Klein (1793–1832), mostly self-taught

Bruno Klein[edit]

Jakob Friedrich Kleinknecht[edit]

Julius Klengel[edit]

Karl Klindworth[edit]

Friedrich Klose[edit]

Iwan Knorr[edit]

Friedrich Koch[edit]

Zoltán Kodály[edit]

Charles Koechlin[edit]

Hans-Joachim Koellreutter[edit]

Gottfried Michael Koenig[edit]

Hans von Koessler[edit]

Masayuki Koga[edit]

Louis Köhler[edit]

Ridley Kohné[edit]

Lee Konitz[edit]

Aloys and Alfons Kontarsky[edit]

Mark Kopytman[edit]

Włodzimierz Kotoński[edit]

Serge Koussevitzky[edit]

Simon Kovar[edit]

Leopold Kozeluch[edit]

Antonín Kraft[edit]

Leo Kraft[edit]

William Kraft[edit]

Jonathan Kramer[edit]

Martin Krause[edit]

Josef Krejčí[edit]

Ernst Krenek[edit]

Franz Krenn[edit]

Hermann Kretzschmar[edit]

Leonid Kreutzer[edit]

Rodolphe Kreutzer[edit]

Jaroslav Křička[edit]

Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz[edit]

Ivan Kryzhanovsky[edit]

Johann Kuhnau[edit]

Georg Kulenkampff[edit]

Theodor Kullak[edit]

Jaap Kunst[edit]

Michael Kurek[edit]

Karol Kurpiński[edit]

Eugene Kurtz[edit]

Vilém Kurz[edit]

L[edit]

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Joseph Labor[edit]

Helmut Lachenmann[edit]

Franz Lachner[edit]

Vinzenz Lachner[edit]

C. K. Ladzekpo[edit]

Kobla Ladzekpo[edit]

Charles Philippe Lafont[edit]

Théophile Laforge[edit]

Pierre Lalo[edit]

Jacques-Michel Hurel de Lamare[edit]

Alexander Lambert[edit]

John Lambert[edit]

Frederic Lamond[edit]

John La Montaine[edit]

Francesco Lamperti[edit]

Giovanni Battista Lamperti[edit]

Wanda Landowska[edit]

Benjamin Johnson Lang[edit]

Jean Langlais[edit]

Paul Lansky[edit]

Alcides Lanza[edit]

John Francis Larchet[edit]

Eduard Lassen[edit]

Orlande de Lassus[edit]

Jacob Lateiner[edit]

Gaetano Latilla[edit]

Ferdinand Laub[edit]

Thomas Laub[edit]

Calixa Lavallée[edit]

Albert Lavignac[edit]

Djane Lavoie-Herz[edit]

Henry Lawes[edit]

Henri Lazarof[edit]

Madé Lebah[edit]

Jean-Marie Leclair[edit]

Jean-Marie Leclair the younger[edit]

Jean-Pantaléon Leclerc[edit]

Ton de Leeuw[edit]

Yvonne Lefébure[edit]

Gustave Lefèvre[edit]

Paul Le Flem[edit]

Ethel Leginska[edit]

Giovanni Legrenzi[edit]

René Leibowitz[edit]

Hugo Leichtentritt[edit]

Nestor Lejeune[edit]

Peter Mandrup Lem[edit]

Edwin Lemare[edit]

Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens[edit]

Henry Lemoine[edit]

Charles Lenepveu[edit]

Carl Petter Lenning[edit]

Leonardo Leo[edit]

Hubert Léonard[edit]

Gustav Leonhardt[edit]

Fred Lerdahl[edit]

Xavier Leroux[edit]

Theodor Leschetizky[edit]

Franciszek Lessel[edit]

Jean-François Le Sueur[edit]

Hermann Levi[edit]

Heniot Levy[edit]

Lazare Lévy[edit]

David Lewin[edit]

Ingvar Lidholm[edit]

György Ligeti[edit]

Jenny Lind[edit]

Magnus Lindberg[edit]

Adolf Fredrik Lindblad[edit]

Ludvig Mathias Lindeman[edit]

Thomas Linley the elder[edit]

David Liptak[edit]

Bernhard Listemann[edit]

Franz Liszt[edit]

Henry Litolff[edit]

Edward Llewellyn[edit]

Miguel Llobet[edit]

Normand Lockwood[edit]

Johann Bernhard Logier[edit]

Antonio Lolli[edit]

Vincenzo Lombardi[edit]

Marguerite Long[edit]

Nikolai Lopatnikoff[edit]

Richard Loqueville[edit]

Yvonne Loriod[edit]

Antonio Lotti[edit]

Charles Lucas[edit]

Andrea Luchesi[edit]

Alvin Lucier[edit]

Otto Luening[edit]

Lennart Lundberg[edit]

Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier[edit]

Witold Lutosławski[edit]

Elisabeth Lutyens[edit]

Luzzasco Luzzaschi[edit]

Anatoly Lyadov[edit]

Boris Lyatoshinsky[edit]

M[edit]

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Terence MacDonagh[edit]

Edward MacDowell[edit]

José Maceda[edit]

George Alexander Macfarren[edit]

Giovanni de Macque[edit]

Bruno Maderna[edit]

Rudolf Magnus[edit]

Alphonse Mailly[edit]

Ivo Malec[edit]

Gian Francesco Malipiero[edit]

Otto Malling[edit]

Mathilde Mallinger[edit]

Francesco Mancini[edit]

Eusebius Mandyczewski[edit]

Leopold Mannes[edit]

Eduard Mantius[edit]

André Marchal[edit]

Louis Marchand[edit]

Mathilde Marchesi[edit]

Gaetano Marinelli[edit]

Antoine François Marmontel[edit]

Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg[edit]

Frank Marshall[edit]

Martin Pierre Marsick[edit]

Maurice Martenot[edit]

Frank Martin[edit]

Giovanni Battista Martini[edit]

Vicente Martín y Soler[edit]

Salvatore Martirano[edit]

Bohuslav Martinů[edit]

Adolf Bernhard Marx[edit]

Eduard Marxsen[edit]

William Mason[edit]

Angelo Mascheroni[edit]

Lambert Massart[edit]

Jules Massenet[edit]

Georges Mathias[edit]

Stanislao Mattei[edit]

Tobias Matthay[edit]

Antoinette Mauté de Fleurville[edit]

Nicholas Maw[edit]

Richard Maxfield[edit]

František Maxián[edit]

Charles Mayer[edit]

Wilhelm Mayer[edit]

Simon Mayr[edit]

Carl Mayrberger[edit]

Joseph Mayseder[edit]

Alberto Mazzucato[edit]

John Blackwood McEwen[edit]

Colin McPhee[edit]

Lambert Joseph Meerts[edit]

Étienne Méhul[edit]

Gustav Meier[edit]

Felix Mendelssohn[edit]

Manuel Mendes[edit]

Martin-Joseph Mengal[edit]

Peter Mennin[edit]

Tugdual Menon[edit]

Gian Carlo Menotti[edit]

Yehudi Menuhin[edit]

Saverio Mercadante[edit]

Aarre Merikanto[edit]

A. Tillman Merritt[edit]

Claudio Merulo[edit]

Carlos de Mesquita[edit]

Olivier Messiaen[edit]

As well as being a prominent composer, the Frenchman Olivier Messiaen was a noted teacher of musical analysis, harmony and composition at the Paris Conservatoire from the 1940s until he retired in 1978. He also taught classes at the Darmstadt new music summer school in 1949 and 1950. This list of students of Olivier Messiaen contains some of the musicians who (like Pierre Boulez, Yvonne Loriod and George Benjamin) attended his classes, or who (like Peter Hill and Jennifer Bate) studied privately with the composer or collaborated with him in preparation for their performances of his music.

Metastasio[edit]

Aleksander Michałowski[edit]

Wilhelm Middelschulte[edit]

Karol Mikuli[edit]

Moritz Mildner[edit]

Darius Milhaud[edit]

Rosalie Miller[edit]

Anthony Milner[edit]

Miloje Milojević[edit]

Nathan Milstein[edit]

Akira Miyoshi[edit]

Emil Młynarski[edit]

Robert Moevs[edit]

Jérôme-Joseph de Momigny[edit]

Stanisław Moniuszko[edit]

Antonio Montanari[edit]

Philippe de Monte[edit]

Pierre Monteux[edit]

Claudio Monteverdi[edit]

Cristóbal de Morales[edit]

Giovanni Morandi[edit]

Henri Moreau[edit]

Francesco Morlacchi[edit]

R. O. Morris[edit]

Robert Morris[edit]

Composition

Theory

Ignaz Moscheles[edit]

Konstantin Mostras[edit]

Moritz Moszkowski[edit]

Felix Mottl[edit]

Luiz António de Moura[edit]

Alexander Moyzes[edit]

Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart[edit]

Leopold Mozart[edit]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart[edit]

Gottlieb Friedrich Müller[edit]

Gordon Mumma[edit]

Tristan Murail[edit]

Thea Musgrave[edit]

Nikolai Myaskovsky[edit]


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