World Library  
Flag as Inappropriate
Email this Article

List of music students by teacher: C to F

Article Id: WHEBN0047876676
Reproduction Date:

Title: List of music students by teacher: C to F  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject:
Collection:
Publisher: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Publication
Date:
 

List of music students by teacher: C to F

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

Contents

  • C 1
    • John Cage 1.1
    • Antonio Caldara 1.2
    • Faustino Camisani 1.3
    • Conrado del Campo 1.4
    • Ettore Campogalliani 1.5
    • André Campra 1.6
    • Christian Cannabich 1.7
    • Michele Carafa 1.8
    • Cornelius Cardew 1.9
    • Clive Carey 1.10
    • Henry Carey 1.11
    • Giacomo Carissimi 1.12
    • Gaetano Carpani 1.13
    • Ambrosio Carreño 1.14
    • Elliott Carter 1.15
    • Robert Casadesus 1.16
    • Alfredo Casella 1.17
    • Charles-Simon Catel 1.18
    • Georges Caussade 1.19
    • Maurizio Cazzati 1.20
    • Sergiu Celibidache 1.21
    • Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský 1.22
    • Ignacio Cervantes 1.23
    • Beniamino Cesi 1.24
    • Joel Chadabe 1.25
    • George Whitefield Chadwick 1.26
    • Alexandr Chaikovsky 1.27
    • Henri Challan 1.28
    • Jacques Champion de Chambonnières 1.29
    • Claude Champagne 1.30
    • Carlos Chávez 1.31
    • Luigi Cherubini 1.32
    • Ernst August Heinrich Chevallier 1.33
    • Camille Chevillard 1.34
    • Barney Childs 1.35
    • Frédéric Chopin 1.36
    • Alexandre-Étienne Choron 1.37
    • John Chowning 1.38
    • Tatyana Chudova 1.39
    • Charles W. Clark 1.40
    • Johann Heinrich Clasing 1.41
    • Muzio Clementi 1.42
    • Frederic Cliffe 1.43
    • Helen Coates 1.44
    • Theodor Coccius 1.45
    • Philip Cogan 1.46
    • Randolph Coleman 1.47
    • Valborg Collett 1.48
    • Giovanni Paolo Colonna 1.49
    • Edward T. Cone 1.50
    • Alexis Contant 1.51
    • Georgi Conus 1.52
    • Frederick Converse 1.53
    • Francis Judd Cooke 1.54
    • Henry Cooke 1.55
    • Thomas Simpson Cooke 1.56
    • John Cooper 1.57
    • Aaron Copland 1.58
    • William Corbett 1.59
    • Frederick Corder 1.60
    • Paul Corder 1.61
    • Urbain Cordonnier 1.62
    • Arcangelo Corelli 1.63
    • Domenico Corri 1.64
    • Giuseppe Corsi da Celano 1.65
    • Alfred Cortot 1.66
    • Antonio Cotogni 1.67
    • Félix Le Couppey 1.68
    • Ambrose Coviello 1.69
    • Henry Cowell 1.70
    • Johann Baptist Cramer 1.71
    • Ruth Crawford Seeger 1.72
    • Girolamo Crescentini 1.73
    • Paul Creston 1.74
    • William Crotch 1.75
    • George Crumb 1.76
    • Dimitrie Cuclin 1.77
    • César Cui 1.78
    • G. D. Cunningham 1.79
    • Maria Curcio 1.80
    • Alvin Curran 1.81
    • Clifford Curzon 1.82
    • Carl Czerny 1.83
  • D 2
    • Ingolf Dahl 2.1
    • Émile Jaques-Dalcroze 2.2
    • Luigi Dallapiccola 2.3
    • Leopold Damrosch 2.4
    • Charles Dancla 2.5
    • Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur 2.6
    • Edward Dannreuther 2.7
    • Innocenz Danzi 2.8
    • Joseph Daussoigne-Méhul 2.9
    • Ferdinand David 2.10
    • Johann Nepomuk David 2.11
    • Mario Davidovsky 2.12
    • Peter Maxwell Davies 2.13
    • Walford Davies 2.14
    • Karl Davydov 2.15
    • Charles Auguste de Bériot 2.16
    • Claude Debussy 2.17
    • Émile Decombes 2.18
    • Jean-Baptiste Dehesse 2.19
    • Siegfried Dehn 2.20
    • Michel Richard Delalande 2.21
    • Louis Delaquerrière 2.22
    • Carmine de Laurentiis 2.23
    • Léo Delibes 2.24
    • Enrico Delle Sedie 2.25
    • Isabelle Delorme 2.26
    • David Del Tredici 2.27
    • Claude Delvincourt 2.28
    • Edison Denisov 2.29
    • Edward Joseph Dent 2.30
    • Ludwig Deppe 2.31
    • Allard de Ridder 2.32
    • Lucette Descaves 2.33
    • Henri Desmarets 2.34
    • Josquin des Prez 2.35
    • Felix Otto Dessoff 2.36
    • Max Deutsch 2.37
    • Orpha-F. Deveaux 2.38
    • Jean Devémy 2.39
    • David Diamond 2.40
    • Emma Lou Diemer 2.41
    • Louis Diémer 2.42
    • Vincent d'Indy 2.43
    • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf 2.44
    • Ernő Dohnányi 2.45
    • Jakob van Domselaer 2.46
    • Franco Donatoni 2.47
    • William Done 2.48
    • Jakob Dont 2.49
    • Anton Door 2.50
    • Heinrich Dorn 2.51
    • Louis Dorus 2.52
    • Victor Dourlen 2.53
    • Alexander Dreyschock 2.54
    • Jacob Druckman 2.55
    • Théodore Dubois 2.56
    • Alexandre Dubuque 2.57
    • Paul Dukas 2.58
    • Thomas Dunhill 2.59
    • Jean-Louis Duport 2.60
    • Jean-Pierre Duport 2.61
    • Marcel Dupré 2.62
    • Gilbert Duprez 2.63
    • Sylvain Dupuis 2.64
    • Édouard Du Puy 2.65
    • Émile Durand 2.66
    • Francesco Durante 2.67
    • František Xaver Dušek 2.68
    • Jan Ladislav Dussek 2.69
    • Sophia Dussek 2.70
    • Henri Dutilleux 2.71
    • Alphonse Duvernoy 2.72
    • Antonín Dvořák 2.73
  • E 3
    • John Eaton 3.1
    • Johann Ernst Eberlin 3.2
    • Carl Eberwein 3.3
    • Clarence Eddy 3.4
    • Jean-Frédéric Edelmann 3.5
    • Gilles van den Eeden 3.6
    • İsmail Dede Efendi 3.7
    • Abel Ehrlich 3.8
    • Heinrich Ehrlich 3.9
    • Herbert Eimert 3.10
    • Severin Eisenberger 3.11
    • Antonín Eiser 3.12
    • Edward Elgar 3.13
    • Ernst Ellberg 3.14
    • Catharinus Elling 3.15
    • Józef Elsner 3.16
    • Herbert Elwell 3.17
    • Paul Emerich 3.18
    • Maurice Emmanuel 3.19
    • George Enescu 3.20
    • Gustav Engel 3.21
    • Julius Epstein 3.22
    • Donald Erb 3.23
    • Eduard Erdmann 3.24
    • Robert Erickson 3.25
    • Achille Errani 3.26
    • Michele Esposito 3.27
    • Camille Everardi 3.28
  • F 4
    • Werner Fabricius 4.1
    • Nicola Fago 4.2
    • Manuel de Falla 4.3
    • Alexander Famintsyn 4.4
    • Harold Farberman 4.5
    • Ferenc Farkas 4.6
    • Antonio Farini 4.7
    • Arthur Farwell 4.8
    • Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch 4.9
    • Johann Friedrich Fasch 4.10
    • Gabriel Fauré 4.11
    • André Joseph Fauvel 4.12
    • Amy Fay 4.13
    • Morton Feldman 4.14
    • Fedele Fenaroli 4.15
    • Francesco Feo 4.16
    • Donald Ferguson 4.17
    • Howard Ferguson 4.18
    • Brian Ferneyhough 4.19
    • François-Joseph Fétis 4.20
    • Paul Fetler 4.21
    • Pierre Février 4.22
    • Zdeněk Fibich 4.23
    • John Field 4.24
    • Irving Fine 4.25
    • Ross Lee Finney 4.26
    • Pietro Antonio Fiocco 4.27
    • Giovanni Andrea Fioroni 4.28
    • Rudolf Firkušný 4.29
    • Edwin Fischer 4.30
    • Johann Christian Fischer 4.31
    • Joseph Fischhof 4.32
    • Josepha von Fladt 4.33
    • Stanley Fletcher 4.34
    • Marie Mauté de Fleurville 4.35
    • Free Focke 4.36
    • Josef Bohuslav Foerster 4.37
    • Emanuel Aloys Förster 4.38
    • Wolfgang Fortner 4.39
    • Lukas Foss 4.40
    • Jean Fournet 4.41
    • Frederick A. Fox 4.42
    • Petronio Franceschini 4.43
    • César Franck 4.44
    • Friedrich Wilhelm Franke 4.45
    • Benjamin Frankel 4.46
    • Ignaz Fränzl 4.47
    • Vito Frazzi 4.48
    • Girolamo Frescobaldi 4.49
    • Alexandro Marie Antoin Fridzeri 4.50
    • Carl Friedberg 4.51
    • Arthur Friedheim 4.52
    • Eli Friedman 4.53
    • Ignaz Friedman 4.54
    • Fred Frith 4.55
    • Giuseppe Frugatta 4.56
    • Gunnar de Frumerie 4.57
    • Johann Nepomuk Fuchs 4.58
    • Teodoro Fuchs 4.59
    • Robert Fuchs 4.60
    • Leo Funtek 4.61
    • Johann Joseph Fux 4.62
  • A to B and G to Z 5
  • References 6

C

John Cage

Antonio Caldara

Faustino Camisani

Conrado del Campo

Ettore Campogalliani

André Campra

Christian Cannabich

Michele Carafa

Cornelius Cardew

Clive Carey

Henry Carey

Giacomo Carissimi

Gaetano Carpani

Ambrosio Carreño

Elliott Carter

Robert Casadesus

Alfredo Casella

Charles-Simon Catel

Georges Caussade

  • [29]

Maurizio Cazzati

Sergiu Celibidache

Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský

Ignacio Cervantes

Beniamino Cesi

Joel Chadabe

George Whitefield Chadwick

Alexandr Chaikovsky

Henri Challan

Jacques Champion de Chambonnières

Claude Champagne

Carlos Chávez

Luigi Cherubini

Ernst August Heinrich Chevallier

Camille Chevillard

Barney Childs

Frédéric Chopin

Alexandre-Étienne Choron

John Chowning

Tatyana Chudova

Charles W. Clark

Johann Heinrich Clasing

Muzio Clementi

Frederic Cliffe

Helen Coates

Theodor Coccius

Philip Cogan

Randolph Coleman

Valborg Collett

Giovanni Paolo Colonna

Edward T. Cone

Alexis Contant

Georgi Conus

Frederick Converse

Francis Judd Cooke

Henry Cooke

Thomas Simpson Cooke

John Cooper

Aaron Copland

William Corbett

Frederick Corder

Paul Corder

Urbain Cordonnier

Arcangelo Corelli

Domenico Corri

Giuseppe Corsi da Celano

Alfred Cortot

Antonio Cotogni

Félix Le Couppey

Ambrose Coviello

Henry Cowell

Johann Baptist Cramer

Ruth Crawford Seeger

Girolamo Crescentini

Paul Creston

William Crotch

George Crumb

Dimitrie Cuclin

César Cui

G. D. Cunningham

Maria Curcio

Alvin Curran

Clifford Curzon

  • [23]

Carl Czerny

D

Ingolf Dahl

Émile Jaques-Dalcroze

Luigi Dallapiccola

Leopold Damrosch

Charles Dancla

Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur

Edward Dannreuther

Innocenz Danzi

Joseph Daussoigne-Méhul

Ferdinand David

Johann Nepomuk David

Mario Davidovsky

Peter Maxwell Davies

Walford Davies

Karl Davydov

Charles Auguste de Bériot

Claude Debussy

Émile Decombes

Jean-Baptiste Dehesse

Siegfried Dehn

Michel Richard Delalande

Louis Delaquerrière

Carmine de Laurentiis

Léo Delibes

Enrico Delle Sedie

Isabelle Delorme

David Del Tredici

Claude Delvincourt

Edison Denisov

Edward Joseph Dent

Ludwig Deppe

Allard de Ridder

Lucette Descaves

Henri Desmarets

Josquin des Prez

Felix Otto Dessoff

Max Deutsch

Orpha-F. Deveaux

Jean Devémy

David Diamond

Emma Lou Diemer

Louis Diémer

Vincent d'Indy

Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

Ernő Dohnányi

Jakob van Domselaer

Franco Donatoni

William Done

Jakob Dont

Anton Door

Heinrich Dorn

Louis Dorus

Victor Dourlen

Alexander Dreyschock

Jacob Druckman

Théodore Dubois

Alexandre Dubuque

Paul Dukas

Thomas Dunhill

Jean-Louis Duport

Jean-Pierre Duport

Marcel Dupré

Gilbert Duprez

Sylvain Dupuis

Édouard Du Puy

Émile Durand

Francesco Durante

František Xaver Dušek

Jan Ladislav Dussek

  • [194]

Sophia Dussek

Henri Dutilleux

Alphonse Duvernoy

Antonín Dvořák

E

John Eaton

Johann Ernst Eberlin

Carl Eberwein

Clarence Eddy

Jean-Frédéric Edelmann

Gilles van den Eeden

İsmail Dede Efendi

Abel Ehrlich

Heinrich Ehrlich

Herbert Eimert

Severin Eisenberger

Antonín Eiser

Edward Elgar

Ernst Ellberg

Catharinus Elling

Józef Elsner

Herbert Elwell

Paul Emerich

Maurice Emmanuel

George Enescu

Gustav Engel

Julius Epstein

Donald Erb

Eduard Erdmann

Robert Erickson

Achille Errani

Michele Esposito

Camille Everardi

F

Werner Fabricius

Nicola Fago

Manuel de Falla

Alexander Famintsyn

Harold Farberman

Ferenc Farkas

Antonio Farini

Arthur Farwell

Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch

Johann Friedrich Fasch

Gabriel Fauré

André Joseph Fauvel

Amy Fay

Morton Feldman

Fedele Fenaroli

Francesco Feo

Donald Ferguson

Howard Ferguson

Brian Ferneyhough

François-Joseph Fétis

Paul Fetler

Pierre Février

Zdeněk Fibich

John Field

Irving Fine

Ross Lee Finney

Pietro Antonio Fiocco

Giovanni Andrea Fioroni

Rudolf Firkušný

Edwin Fischer

Johann Christian Fischer

Joseph Fischhof

Josepha von Fladt

Stanley Fletcher

Marie Mauté de Fleurville

Free Focke

Josef Bohuslav Foerster

Emanuel Aloys Förster

Wolfgang Fortner

Lukas Foss

Jean Fournet

Frederick A. Fox

Petronio Franceschini

César Franck

Friedrich Wilhelm Franke

Benjamin Frankel

Ignaz Fränzl

Vito Frazzi

Girolamo Frescobaldi

Alexandro Marie Antoin Fridzeri

Carl Friedberg

Arthur Friedheim

Eli Friedman

Ignaz Friedman

Fred Frith

  • Jorge Boehringer

Giuseppe Frugatta

Gunnar de Frumerie

Johann Nepomuk Fuchs

Teodoro Fuchs

Robert Fuchs

Leo Funtek

Johann Joseph Fux

A to B and G to Z

References

  1. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.13.
  2. ^ Jones (2014), p.21.
  3. ^ a b Gagné (2012), p.129.
  4. ^ Greene (1985), p.1505.
  5. ^ Gagné (2012), p.145.
  6. ^ Gagné (2012), p.8.
  7. ^ Jones (2014), p.732.
  8. ^ Griffiths (2011), p.207.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Griffiths, Paul (2004). The Penguin Companion to Classical Music, [unpaginated]. Penguin UK. ISBN 978-0-14-190976-9.
  10. ^ Randel (1996), p.784.
  11. ^ Randel (1996), p.283.
  12. ^ Jones (2014), p.168.
  13. ^ a b (1889), p.30.
  14. ^ Highfill (1991), p.234.
  15. ^ Randel (1996), p.890.
  16. ^ Randel (1996), p.166.
  17. ^ Jones (2014), p.12.
  18. ^ van Boer (2012), p.293.
  19. ^ van Boer (2012), p.68.
  20. ^ van Boer (2012), p.568.
  21. ^ Johnson Publishing Company (November 1968). Ebony. Johnson Publishing Company. pp. 110 –.  
  22. ^ Gillespie (2013), p.404.
  23. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.963.
  24. ^ Greene (1985), p.1421.
  25. ^ a b Greene (1985), p.1428.
  26. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.746.
  27. ^ Greene (1985), p.497.
  28. ^ Mason (1917), p.188.
  29. ^ a b c Randel (1996), p.31.
  30. ^ Greene (1985), p.143.
  31. ^ McGraw (2001), p.19.
  32. ^ van Boer (2012), p.515.
  33. ^ a b Green & Thrall (1908), p.414.
  34. ^ Randel (1996), p.782.
  35. ^ a b Mason (1917), p.12.
  36. ^ Hinkle-Turner (2006), p.108.
  37. ^ Wyndham & L'Epine (1915), p.60.
  38. ^ a b c d e  Rines, George Edwin, ed. (1920). "Chadwick, George Whitefield".  
  39. ^ Jones (2014), p.274.
  40. ^ Mason (1917), p.11.
  41. ^ Greene (1985), p.1014.
  42. ^ Mason (1917), p.183.
  43. ^ Jones (2014), p.631.
  44. ^ Mason (1917), p.281.
  45. ^ (1889), p.50.
  46. ^ Randel (1996), p.292.
  47. ^ a b c Greene (1985), p.427.
  48. ^ a b Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.125.
  49. ^ Green & Thrall (1908), p.493.
  50. ^ a b Greene (1985), p.1182.
  51. ^ "Gino Robair", BayImproviser.com.
  52. ^ Szulc, Tad (1998). Chopin in Paris: The Life and Times of the Romantic Composer. Simon and Schuster. p. 301.  
  53. ^ a b c Jones (2014), p.163.
  54. ^ Baron, John H. (1998). Intimate Music: A History of the Idea of Chamber Music. Pendragon Press. p. 330.  
  55. ^ "All about musicians: Mathias, Georges Amedee Saint Clair". Retrieved 2 December 2009. 
  56. ^ Jones (2014), p.126.
  57. ^ Mason (1917), p.221.
  58. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.465.
  59. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Saerchinger, César. "International Who's Who in Music and Musical Gazetteer", Nabu Press 2012, ISBN 978-1-293-35969-3.
  60. ^ "Third Annual Chicago and Midwest Musicians and Allied Artists Directory, Season 1925 – 1926", Mid-West Concert Management, Chicago, Ill., 1925.
  61. ^ University of Oregon. "School of Music and Dance", New Staff members 1900 – 1919.
  62. ^ Davis, Ellis Arthur, and Edwin H. Grobe. "The Encyclopedia of Texas", Texas Development Bureau (1921–1922), Denton, Texas.
  63. ^ "Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma", S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1922, Volume 3.
  64. ^ Mason (1917), p.13.
  65. ^ McGraw (2001), p.55.
  66. ^ Greene (1985), p.397.
  67. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.118.
  68. ^ McGraw (2001), p.86.
  69. ^ Randel (1996), p.452.
  70. ^ Mason (1917), p.303
  71. ^ Randel (1996), p.64.
  72. ^ a b c Griliches, Diane Asséo (2008). Teaching Musicians: A Photographer's View. Bunker Hill. p. 20.  
  73. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.20.
  74. ^ "Algernon Ashton (Composer)". Bach-Cantatas.com. 
  75. ^ "Komponisten: Oskar Merikanto (1868–1924)". Finnland-Institut.de (in Deutsch). 
  76. ^ "Aleksander Michałowski – biography". Historical Interpretations of Frederick Chopin Works. 
  77. ^ a b Mason (1917), p.206.
  78. ^ Gann, Kyle (17 August 2004). "Completion of an Earlier Thought". Kyle Gann's blog. Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
  79. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.130.
  80. ^ Jones (2014), p.80.
  81. ^ Randel (1996), p.237.
  82. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.373.
  83. ^ Randel (1996), p.385.
  84. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.484.
  85. ^ a b Gagné (2012), p.132.
  86. ^ Randel (1996), p.488.
  87. ^ Gagné (2012), p.72.
  88. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.258.
  89. ^ Randel (1996), p.476.
  90. ^ Miller-Keller, Andrea; ed. (2012). Alvin Lucier: A Celebration, p.31. Wesleyan University. ISBN 9780819572806.
  91. ^ a b Gagné (2012), p.161.
  92. ^ Randel (1996), p.623.
  93. ^ McGraw (2001), p.208.
  94. ^ McGraw (2001), p.211.
  95. ^ Randel (1996), p.694.
  96. ^ Greene (1985), p.1486.
  97. ^ Mason (1917), p.2.
  98. ^ Randel (1996), p.167.
  99. ^ a b Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.362.
  100. ^ Greene (1985), p.459.
  101. ^ van Boer (2012), p.347.
  102. ^ Greene (1985), p.277.
  103. ^ Randel (1996), p.716.
  104. ^ Randel (1996), p.40.
  105. ^ http://www.idilbiret.eu/en/?cat=5
  106. ^ a b c d Greene (1985), p.1512.
  107. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.194.
  108. ^ Randel (1996), p.265.
  109. ^ Mason (1917), p.118.
  110. ^ Randel (1996), p.860.
  111. ^ Mason (1917), p.283.
  112. ^ a b Gagné (2012), pp.36 –7.
  113. ^ a b Jones (2014), p.144.
  114. ^ Randel (1996), p.158.
  115. ^ Jones (2014), p.283.
  116. ^ Randel (1996), p.874.
  117. ^ Mason (1917), p.154.
  118. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.268.
  119. ^ Ray Allen, Ellie M. Hisama (2007), Ruth Crawford Seeger's Worlds: Innovation and Tradition in Twentieth-century American Music p.15. University Rochester Press. ISBN 978-1-58046-212-9.
  120. ^ Karin Pendle, ed. (1997). American Women Composers, p.23. Psychology Press. ISBN 978-90-5702-145-9.
  121. ^ Randel (1996), p.747.
  122. ^ a b c Greene (1985), p.1277.
  123. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.246.
  124. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Obituary: Maria Curcio". The Guardian. 14 April 2009. 
  125. ^ a b c d e f g "Music obituaries: Maria Curcio". The Telegraph. 7 April 2009. 
  126. ^ "Faculty and Staff Listing: Ashley". College of Charleston, Music Department. Retrieved 13 September 2014. 
  127. ^ End of year post (required) « justlikeanyone says: (2011-12-31). "How Thomas Bartlett, Doveman Keeps Busy | Brooklyn (The Borough)". Brooklyntheborough.com. Retrieved 2012-03-01. 
  128. ^ a b DouglasAshley.com"Douglas Ashley, Classical Pianist", at the Wayback Machine (archived February 2, 2009)
  129. ^ "Angela Brownridge (Piano)". Hyperion-Records.co.uk. 
  130. ^ Impulse-music.co.uk"Angela Brownridge", at the Wayback Machine (archived August 14, 2007)
  131. ^ "Bertrand Chamayou". Medici. Retrieved 13 September 2014. 
  132. ^ "Biographie". JeanFrancoisHeisser.com (in French). Retrieved 13 September 2014. 
  133. ^ "Interview with Angela J. Kim (Piano)". WebConcertHall.com. 
  134. ^ "Miss Tessa Nicholson". ZoomInfo.com. 
  135. ^ "Douglas Weeks". The Petrie School of Music at Converse College. 
  136. ^ Wier (1938), p.924.
  137. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.499.
  138. ^ Randles, Roma (2013). A Life in Music: Ruth Nye and the Arrau Heritage. Grosvenor House. p. unpaginated.  
  139. ^ a b Green & Thrall (1908), p.53.
  140. ^ Randel (1996), p.116.
  141. ^ a b c Randel (1996), p.86.
  142. ^ Randel (1996), p.25.
  143. ^ Randel (1996), p.45.
  144. ^ Randel (1996), p.70.
  145. ^ Gagné (2012), p.34.
  146. ^ Gagné (2012), p.50.
  147. ^ McGraw (2001), p.83.
  148. ^ Randel (1996), p.557.
  149. ^ Jones (2014), p.400.
  150. ^ Randel (1996), p.568.
  151. ^ Gagné (2012), p.233.
  152. ^ Mason (1917), p.142.
  153. ^ Mason (1917), p.94.
  154. ^ Mason (1917), p.128.
  155. ^ Randel (1996), p..
  156. ^ van Boer (2012), p.474.
  157. ^ Mason (1917), p.42.
  158. ^ Mason (1917), p.167.
  159. ^ "Biography", RogerBriggs.com.
  160. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.160.
  161. ^ Randel (1996), p.97.
  162. ^ Mason (1917), p.249.
  163. ^ Randel (1996), p.70.
  164. ^ Mason (1917), p.251.
  165. ^ van Boer (2012), p.362.
  166. ^ a b c d e f Warrack and Deaville, New Grove (2001), 7:140.
  167. ^ Mason (1917), p.172.
  168. ^ Mason (1917), p.235.
  169. ^ Mason (1917), p.295.
  170. ^ Mason (1917), p.304.
  171. ^ Greene (1985), p.265.
  172. ^ Greene (1985), p.175.
  173. ^ Wyndham & L'Epine (1915), p.106.
  174. ^ Sparks, Paul (1995). The Classical Mandolin. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 31.  
  175. ^ Greene (1985), p.919.
  176. ^ Mason (1917), p.298.
  177. ^ Jones (2014), p.219.
  178. ^ Randel (1996), p.174.
  179. ^ Randel (1996), p.306.
  180. ^ a b Lachmund, Carl (1995). Living with Liszt: From the Diary of Carl Lachmund, an American Pupil of Liszt, 1882 – 1884, p.xxxixn35. Pendragon Press. Walker, Alan; ed. ISBN 978-0-945193-56-2.
  181. ^ Mason (1917), p.185.
  182. ^ van Boer (2012), p.111.
  183. ^ Jones (2014), p.258.
  184. ^ Jones (2014), p.366.
  185. ^ a b , p.29. Augener & Co., London.The Monthly Musical Record, Volume 19(1889).
  186. ^ a b "The Julius Block Cylinders", MarstonRecords.com.
  187. ^ Hinkle-Turner (2006), p.175.
  188. ^ a b Greene (1985), p.1056.
  189. ^ a b Mason (1917), p.208.
  190. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.34.
  191. ^ Randel (1996), p.80.
  192. ^ a b c Jones (2014), p.362.
  193. ^ Jones (2014), p.389.
  194. ^ a b Mason (1917), p.56.
  195. ^ Greene (1985), p.708.
  196. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.699.
  197. ^ Gagné (2012), p.229.
  198. ^ Gagné (2012), p.236.
  199. ^ Mason (1917), p.199.
  200. ^ Gagné (2012), p.283.
  201. ^ Randel (1996), p.18.
  202. ^ Mason (1917), p.292.
  203. ^ Mason (1917), p.53.
  204. ^ Mason (1917), p.11.
  205. ^ a b Mason (1917), p.171.
  206. ^ Mason (1917), p.190.
  207. ^ a b Mason (1917), p.287.
  208. ^ "Robert Beaser Profile", Schott-Music.com. [4]
  209. ^ Randel (1996), p.156.
  210. ^ " by Sidney CorbettNoachNorth American Works Directory: ", OPERAAmerica.org. [5]
  211. ^ Randel (1996), p.482.
  212. ^ "Marc Mellits Biography", AllMusic.com.
  213. ^ Hinkle-Turner (2006), p.84.
  214. ^ "Jan Swafford & Glenn Gass: Chamber Works". DRAMOnline.org.  The Scott Chamber Players playing works by Jan Swafford and Glen Gass
  215. ^ a b Jones (2014), p.239.
  216. ^ Randel (1996), p.738.
  217. ^ a b Jones (2014), p.581.
  218. ^ Mason (1917), p.187.
  219. ^ Randel (1996), p.31.
  220. ^ McGraw (2001), p.50.
  221. ^ McGraw (2001), p.60.
  222. ^ Greene (1985), p.1318.
  223. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.184.
  224. ^ a b Greene (1985), p.1365.
  225. ^ Gann (1997), p.106.
  226. ^ Jones (2014), p.625.
  227. ^ Gagné (2012), p.51.
  228. ^ Randel (1996), p.209.
  229. ^ Randel (1996), p.231.
  230. ^ Randel (1996), p.273.
  231. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.278.
  232. ^ Mason (1917), p.49.
  233. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.75.
  234. ^ Greene (1985), p.904.
  235. ^ a b Jones (2014), p.325.
  236. ^ McGraw (2001), p.181.
  237. ^ Mason (1917), p.44.
  238. ^ Mason (1917), p.184.
  239. ^ McGraw (2001), p.203.
  240. ^ van Boer (2012), p.23.
  241. ^ Randel (1996), p.6.
  242. ^ Randel (1996), p.117.
  243. ^ Wyndham & L'Epine (1915), p.233.
  244. ^ Mason (1917), p.19.
  245. ^ Greene (1985), p.388.
  246. ^ van Boer (2012), p.344.
  247. ^ Jones (2014), p.113.
  248. ^ Greene (1985), p.1371.
  249. ^ Randel (1996), p.936.
  250. ^ Randel (1996), p.318.
  251. ^ Greene (1985), p.1368.
  252. ^ a b Randel (1996), p.172.
  253. ^ Mason (1917), p.6.
  254. ^ "Biography", JerodTate.com and "Jerod Tate Profile", Chicasaw.TV.
  255. ^ Randel (1996), p.460.
  256. ^ "Biography". BunChingLam.com. 
  257. ^ "Paul Dresher Bio", DresherEnsemble.org [6]. "Paul Dresher Biography", AllMusic.com. "Dresher Bio", Lovely.com.
  258. ^ a b c d e f "Composers: Robert Erickson", DresherEnsemble.org.
  259. ^ "Alexina Louie", TheCanadianEncyclopedia.com.
  260. ^ Hinkle-Turner (2006), p.22.
  261. ^ Greene (1985), p.1532.
  262. ^ Gagné (2012), p.193.
  263. ^ Wyndham & L'Epine (1915), p.285.
  264. ^ Jones (2014), p.568.
  265. ^ Gagné (2012), p.94.
  266. ^ Randel (1996), p.824.
  267. ^ Gagné (2012), p.125.
  268. ^ Mason (1917), p.302.
  269. ^ Jones (2014), p.208.
  270. ^ Jones (2014), p.83.
  271. ^ Gagné (2012), p.135.
  272. ^ Greene (1985), p.1050.
  273. ^ van Boer (2012), p.475.
  274. ^ Greene (1985), p.1046.
  275. ^ "Kevin Malone". University of Manchester. Archived from the original on 26 September 2012. 
  276. ^ Gagné (2012), p.95.
  277. ^ Jones (2014), p.334.
  278. ^ van Boer (2012), p.393.
  279. ^ Mason (1917), p.141.
  280. ^ Randel (1996), p.947.
  281. ^ Jones (2014), p.63.
  282. ^ Randel (1996), p.120.
  283. ^ Jones (2014), p.64.
  284. ^ "Bio: Richard Marriott", RichardMarriott.com.
  285. ^ "Obituaries: Eric Stokes, 68, Minneapolis composer", StarTribune.com.
  286. ^ McGraw (2001), p.220.
  287. ^ Sadie & Samuel (1994), p.91.
  288. ^ Jones (2014), p.50.
  289. ^ Gagné (2012), p.184.
  290. ^ Greene (1985), p.285.
  291. ^ van Boer (2012), p.455.
  292. ^ van Boer (2012), p.614.
  293. ^ Jones (2014), p.222.
  294. ^ Mason (1917), p.148.
  295. ^ Highfill (1991), p.329.
  296. ^ Mason (1917), p.154.
  297. ^ Randel (1996), p.79.
  298. ^ Mason (1917), p.48.
  299. ^ Gagné (2012), p.128.
  300. ^ Randel (1996), p.23.
  301. ^ a b Gagné (2012), p.103.
  302. ^ Gagné (2012), p.152.
  303. ^ Miller-Keller, Andrea; ed. (2012). Alvin Lucier: A Celebration, p.31. Wesleyan University. ISBN 9780819572806.
  304. ^ "Famous Composers I (Almost) Studied With", RobertPaterson.com.
  305. ^ Greene (1985), p.166.
  306. ^ Randel (1996), p.231.
  307. ^ Jones (2014), p.499.
  308. ^ Mason (1917), p.104.
  309. ^ Jones (2014), p.701.
  310. ^ Greene (1985), p.982.
  311. ^ Mason (1917), p.293.
  312. ^ Mason (1917), p.189.
  313. ^ Jones (2014), p.469.
  314. ^ Jones (2014), p.558.
  315. ^ Greene (1985), p.134.
  316. ^ Randel (1996), p.285.
  317. ^ Gillespie (2013), p.119.
  318. ^ Gillespie (2013), p.122.
  319. ^ Mason (1917), p.269.
  320. ^ Greene (1985), p.1306.
  321. ^ "Herbert Brün (1918–2000): Biography", HerbertBrun.org.
  322. ^ Greene (1985), p.1267.
  323. ^ Randel (1996), p.255.
  324. ^ Randel (1996), p.257.
  325. ^ Pollack, Howard (1999). Aaron Copland: The Life and Work of an Uncommon Man. University of Illinois Press. p. 34.  
  326. ^  
  327. ^ Moskovitz, Marc (2010). Alexander Zemlinsky: A Lyric Symphony. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer. p. 17.  
  328. ^ a b Greene (1985), p.986.
  329. ^ Pascall, Robert (2007). "Fuchs, Johann Nepomuk".  (subscription required)
  330. ^ Gagné (2012), p.71.
  331. ^ Greene (1985), p.1095.
  332. ^ Wyndham & L'Epine (1915), p.307.
  333. ^ Randel (1996), p.580.
  334. ^ Mason (1917), p.103.
  335. ^ van Boer (2012), p.595.

Citations

  •  
  • Gagné, Nicole V. (2012). Historical Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Classical Music. Lanham, MD; Plymouth (UK): Scarecrow Press. pp. 36 –7.  
  • Gann, Kyle (1997). American Music in the Twentieth Century. Schirmer. ISBN 978-0-02-864655-8.
  • Green, Janet M. & Thrall, Josephine (1908). The American history and encyclopedia of music. I. Squire.
  • Greene, David Mason (1985). Greene's Biographical Encyclopedia of Composers. Reproducing Piano Roll Fnd.. ISBN 978-0-385-14278-6.
  • Griffiths, Paul (2011). Modern Music and After. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-979228-3.
  • Highfill, Philip H. (1991). A Biographical Dictionary of Actors, Actresses, Musicians, Dancers, Managers, and Other Stage Personnel in London, 1660 – 1800: S. Siddons to Thrnne. SIU Press. ISBN 978-0-8093-1526-0.
  • Hinkle-Turner, Elizabeth (2006). Women Composers and Music Technology in the United States: Crossing the Line. Ashgate Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7546-0461-7.
  • Hinson, Maurice (2001). Music for More than One Piano: An Annotated Guide. Indiana University Press. ISBN 978-0-253-11306-1.
  • Jones, Barrie; ed. (2014). The Hutchinson Concise Dictionary of Music. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-135-95018-7.
  • Mason, Daniel Gregory (1917). The Art of Music: A Comprehensive Library of Information for Music Lovers and Musicians. The National Society of Music. [ISBN unspecified]. (Related books via Google).
  • McGraw, Cameron (2001). Piano Duet Repertoire: Music Originally Written for One Piano, Four Hands. Indian University. ISBN 978-0-253-21461-4.
  • Randel, Don Michael (1999). The Harvard Concise Dictionary of Music and Musicians.  
  • Sadie, Julie Anne & Samuel, Rhian; eds. (1994). The Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers. W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 978-0-393-03487-5.
  • Saxe Wyndham, Henry & L'Epine, Geoffrey; eds. (1915). Who's who in Music: A Biographical Record of Contemporary Musicians. I. Pitman & Sons.
  • Wier, Albert Ernest (1938). The Macmillan encyclopedia of music and musicians. Macmillan.
This article was sourced from Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. World Heritage Encyclopedia content is assembled from numerous content providers, Open Access Publishing, and in compliance with The Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTR), Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Public Library of Science, The Encyclopedia of Life, Open Book Publishers (OBP), PubMed, U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and USA.gov, which sources content from all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government publication portals (.gov, .mil, .edu). Funding for USA.gov and content contributors is made possible from the U.S. Congress, E-Government Act of 2002.
 
Crowd sourced content that is contributed to World Heritage Encyclopedia is peer reviewed and edited by our editorial staff to ensure quality scholarly research articles.
 
By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. World Heritage Encyclopedia™ is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.
 



Copyright © World Library Foundation. All rights reserved. eBooks from World Library are sponsored by the World Library Foundation,
a 501c(4) Member's Support Non-Profit Organization, and is NOT affiliated with any governmental agency or department.