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Osburn, Mary (Hubbell)
Ohio composers and musical authors
Columbus, Ohio: F. H. Heer Print Co., 1942, 238 p.


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  Adams, Almeda C. (b. 1865)   soprano, choir conductor
  Adams, Carrie Bell (b. 1859 d. 1940)   organ, teacher
  Aiken, Charles (b. 1818 d. 1882)   music educator, composer
  Aiken, Walter H. (b. 1856 d. 1935)   editor, composer
  Allen, George Nelson (b. 1812 d. 1877)   psalmodist, editor
  Allensworth, Katherine S.   cello, composer
  Altman, Adella Carlson (b. 1900)   composer
  Andrews, George Whitfield (b. 1861 d. 1932)   organ, conductor
  Andrews, Marguerite Heer (b. 1896)   piano, accompanist
  Anthony, Joseph   compiler
  Antrim, Doron K. (b. 1895)   editor
  Arthur, Alfred (b. 1844 d. 1918)   tenor, author
  Arthur, Alfred Franklin (b. 1876)   music educator
  Atkin, A.T.   composer of hymns
  Auld, Alexander (b. 1816 d. 1892)   teacher of singing, hymnologist
  Bailey, Marshall   piano, composer
  Bailey, William S. (b. 1889)   music educator, organ
  Baird, T.D. (a. 1816)   psalmodist
  Balas, Clarice Frances (a. 1933)   piano, teacher
  Baldwin, Dwight Hamilton (b. 1821 d. 1899)   piano maker
  Ball, Ernest R. (b. 1878 d. 1927)   composer, songwriter
  Ballantine, Edward (b. 1886 d. 1971)   composer, piano
  Barlow, Howard Dumham (b. 1892 d. 1972)   conductor
  Barlow, Wayne Brewster (b. 1912)   composer, teacher
  Barnes, Clifford Paulus (b. 1897)   conductor, composer
  Bartholomew, Marshall Moore (b. 1885 d. 1978)   arranger, composer
  Bartlett, Maro Loomis (b. 1847 d. 1919)   conductor, singer
  Bartschmidt, Alois (b. 1863)   organ, composer
  Beaton, Isabelle (b. 1870 d. 1929)   piano, composer
  Beattie, John Walter (b. 1885)   music educator, writer
  Beck, Johann Heinrich (b. 1856 d. 1924)   composer, conductor
  Becker, William (b. 1873 d. 1951)   composer, lyricist
  Benbow, William (b. 1865 d. 1939)   organ, composer
  Bennard, George (b. 1873 d. 1958)   evangelist, composer
  Benter, Albert (b. 1844 d. 1844)   teacher
  Bentley, William Frederick (b. 1859 d. 1936)   conductor, composer
  Bergen, Eugene (a. 1932)   violin, composer
  Beswick, Delbert   teacher, composer
  Beyner, Paul Allen   organ, composer
  Biddle, Horace Peters (b. 1811 d. 1900)   judge, amateur musician
  Biggs, Richard Keys (b. 1886 d. 1962)   organ
  Bird, James   conductor, theorist
  Blackmar, A.E. [Armand Edward] (b. 1826 d. 1888)   publisher, songwriter
  Blandpied, David Selser (b. 1852 d. 1936)   teacher, organ
  Bliss, Philip Paul (b. 1872 d. 1933)   organ, editor
  Blumenschein, William Leonard (b. 1849 d. 1916)   conductor, organ
  Boda, Glenada H.   composer of children's operettas, father of Robert
  Boise, Otis Bardwell (b. 1845 d. 1912)   organ, composer
  Bowman, Brooks (b. 1913 d. 1937)   songwriter
  Boyle, Donzella Cross (b. 1891)   music educator
  Brady, William Sol (b. 1878)   librettist, lyricist
  Brainard, Silas (b. 1814 d. 1871)   arranger, publisher
  Braine, Robert (b. 1896 d. 1940)   composer, piano
  Brand, Leo (b. 1891)   violin, composer
  Braun, Clara Edith Evans   piano, composer
  Brewer, R.B.   teacher, conductor
  Briane, Robert D. (b. 1861)   violin, teacher
  Bridge, Clara Gregory (b. 1888)   composer
  Broekhoven, John Andrew (b. 1856 d. 1930)   theorist, conductor
  Bronson, Margaret (b. 1889)   composer, piano
  Brown, Gail Ridgway (a. 1907)   violin, composer
  Bruch, Fritz (a. 1911)   cello, composer
  Buchman, Carl   composer
  Buchman, Harriet Hassler (b. 1874)   piano, composer
  Bullis, Carleton H.   organ, music educator
  Burnham, Charles S.   organ
  Burns, Bob (b. 1905)   accordionist, piano
  Burr, Willard (b. 1852 d. 1915)   composer, musician
  Burtt, Ben  
  Buuck, Paul F. (b. 1911)   composer
  Cable, Rhea Watson   piano, teacher
  Cahill, Vaughn D.   composer
  Carnahan, Franklyn   piano, composer
  Cassler, Glen Winston (b. 1906)   organ, piano
  Chalmers, HarryJ.   harp, composer
  Chance, Paul Snider   organ, piano teacher
  Chase, A.B. (d. 1877)   organ builder
  Cherniavsky, Josef (b. 1895 d. 1959)   conductor, composer
  Church, Frank Martin (b. 1874)   organ, teacher
  Church, John (b. 1834 d. 1890 a. 1844)   publisher, dealer
  Clark, Ethel B.   organ
  Clarke, W.B.   music educator, composer
  Clemens, Charles Edwin (b. 1858 d. 1923)   organ, teacher
  Clement, Louis H. (b. 1864)   violin, viola
  Clewell, Ralph E. (b. 1892)   organ, composer
  Clippinger, David Alva (b. 1860 d. 1938)   writer, conductor
  Clokey, Joseph Waddell (b. 1890 d. 1961)   organ, composer
  Connell, Grant (b. 1877)   piano, teacher
  Cooke, Henry E.   Episcopal minister, hymn writer
  Cooley, Carlton (b. 1898)   viola, teacher
  Corbett, Mary Kingsley (b. 1871)   composer
  Corzelius, Helene   theorist, piano teacher
  Cox, Ralph (b. 1884 d. 1941)   cello, composer
  Crashaw, D. Talmadge (b. 1910)   conductor, composer
  Crawford Seeger, Ruth (b. 1901 d. 1953)   composer, music educator
  Crumit, Frank (b. 1889 d. 1943)   cast, composer
  Dana, Lynn Boardman (b. 1875 d. 1941)   organ, piano
  Dana, William Henry (b. 1846 d. 1916)   music director, composer
  Daniels, Louis E.   hymnologist
  Dannreuther, Gustav (b. 1853 d. 1923)   violin, teacher
  Dasch, George (b. 1877 d. 1955)   violin, conductor
  Davidson, Harold Gibson (b. 1893 d. 1959)   composer, piano
  Davidson, Morris   writer of moving picture themes and popular songs
  Davis, Charles Erwin (b. 1852 d. 1939)   baritone, organ
  Davis, David Thomas (b. 1855)   tenor, teacher of singing
  Davis, Grover Tilden (b. 1885)   piano, composer
  Davis, John Carlyle (b. 1878 d. 1940)   alto saxophone, composer
  Dawe, Charles D. (b. 1887)   choir master
  Dawes, Charles Gates (b. 1865 d. 1951)   statesman, ambassador
  De Harrack, Charles Peretz (b. 1884)   piano, composer
  Deagan, John C. (b. 1853 d. 1934)   percussion instrument maker
  Deal, William Albert (b. 1874)   conductor, composer
  Dean, Grace Ghent   songwriter
  Demuth, John Arthur (b. 1848)   violin, teacher
  Dickinson, Edward (b. 1853 d. 1946)   organ, music educator
  Dietz, Mary Kessler   piano, composer
  Ditzel, Henry A. (b. 1873)   piano, organ
  Doane, William Howard (b. 1832 d. 1915)   psalmodist
  Donaldson, Elva   composer
  Dorner, Armin W. (b. 1852)   piano, teacher
  Douglas, Ernest (b. 1874)   organ, teacher
  Draa, Charles Clifton (b. 1871)   piano, teacher
  Dretke, Nellie Jacoby (b. 1890)   piano, organ
  Dumler, Martin George (b. 1868 d. 1958)   composer
  Durst, Sidney Caldwell (b. 1870)   organ, composer
  Earhart, Will (b. 1871 d. 1960)   choir conductor, music educator
  Ebann, William Benedict (b. 1873)   cello, teacher
  Eddy, Mary O.   folksong collector
  Edison, Thomas (Alva) (b. 1847 d. 1931)   inventor
  Ehrman, Mary Bartholomew   composer of children's songs
  Eldridge, Ethel May  
  Eldridge, Harry C. [Sim] (b. 1872 a. 1908)   music educator, composer
  Ellis, James G. (b. 1880)   composer
  Elwell, Herbert (b. 1898 d. 1974)   composer, critic
  Emery, Dorothy Radde (b. 1901 d. 1978)   vocal coach, composer
  Emmett, Daniel Decatur (b. 1815 d. 1904)   composer, lyricist
  Erb, John Warren (b. 1887 d. 1948)   composer, teacher
  Erwin, Garnet Parker   organ, teacher
  Eschman, Karl Henry (b. 1891)   piano, organ
  Etler, Alvin (Derald) (b. 1913 d. 1973)   composer, oboe
  Evans, Frederic Shailer (b. 1863)   piano, educator
  Evans, Owen Hugh (b. 1848 d. 1922)   conductor, teacher
  Eyer, Frank Lincoln (b. 1868 d. 1932)   teacher, composer
  Fanning, Cecil (b. 1883 d. 1932)   baritone
  Fillmore, Augustus Dameron (b. 1823 d. 1870)   preacher, hymn composer
  Fillmore, Charles Millard (b. 1860)   composer
  Fillmore, Clyde Van Nuys (b. 1876)   composer
  Fillmore, Frederick Augustus (b. 1856)   composer
  Fillmore, Henry (b. 1881 d. 1956)   conductor, composer
  Fillmore, James Henry (b. 1849 d. 1936)   publisher, gospel song composer
  Fischer, George B. (b. 1870)   music publisher
  Fischer, Joseph F. (b. 1841 d. 1901)   music publisher
  Flagler, Harry Harkness (b. 1870)   music patron
  Flick-Flood, Dora (b. 1885)   piano, teacher
  Flint, Timothy (b. 1780 d. 1840 a. 1816)   psalmodist, writer
  Forsyth, Josephine (b. 1889 d. 1940)   soprano, composer
  Francisci, Milos [Miloslav] (b. 1854 d. 1926)   composer
  Frangkiser, Carl Moerz (b. 1894 d. 1967)   clarinet, composer
  Freeman, Harry Lawrence (b. 1869 d. 1954)   composer, conductor
  Frey, Philip Rockel (b. 1893)   composer, piano
  Fuchs, Joseph (b. 1900)   violin, teacher
  Funkhouser, Harold   organ, composer
  Gaines, Samuel Richards (b. 1869 d. 1945)   piano, organ
  Galbreath, Charles Burleigh (b. 1858 d. 1934)   author, poet
  Galloway, Tod Buchannan (b. 1863 d. 1935)   composer, singer
  Gannett, Kent (Elmer) (b. 1887)   theorist, composer
  Gantvoort, Arnold Johann (b. 1857 d. 1937)   musician, educator
  Gardner, Grace G. (b. 1854 d. 1936)   singer, songwriter
  Garlinghouse, Burton (b. 1898)   baritone, composer
  Garner, Josephine   violin
  Gates, W. Francis (b. 1865)   critic, author
  Gaw, Esther Allen (b. 1879)   violin, teacher
  Gebest, Charles   music director, composer
  Gehring, Carl E. (b. 1897)   critic, composer
  Gehrkens, Karl Wilson (b. 1882 d. 1975)   music educator
  Gerold, Hermann (b. 1837)   singer, piano
  Gilger, Adam H.  
  Gilkey, Dale (b. 1913)   composer
  Gill, Joseph W.   composer
  Gleysteen, Mary Ward (b. 1911)   piano, composer
  Glover, Edwin W. (b. 1862 d. 1918)   piano, church organist
  Glover, Nathan Lowe (b. 1842 d. 1923)   music educator, singer
  Glover, Nellie Louise (b. 1877)   music educator
  Goldman, Maurice (b. 1910)   conductor, composer
  Goodrich, Alfred John (b. 1847 d. 1920)   composer, theorist
  Goodrich, Charles Gourlay (b. 1869)   teacher, organ
  Goossens, Eugene (b. 1893 d. 1962)   composer, conductor
  Gorno, Albino (b. 1859 d. 1945)   piano, composer
  Graninger, Charles Albert (b. 1861)   piano, conductor
  Grant, William Parks (b. 1910)   composer, music educator
  Grimm, Carl Hugo (b. 1890 d. 1978)   piano, organ
  Grimm, Carl William (b. 1863)   theorist, piano
  Griselle, Thomas (b. 1891 d. 1955)   composer, piano
  Grossman, F. Karl (b. 1886)   violin, conductor
  Grundman, Clare Ewing (b. 1913)   composer, orchestrator
  Haines, Fannie Barrett (b. 1883)   teacher, composer
  Hale, Ernest Wilbur (b. 1871)   composer
  Hall, James Husst (b. 1890)   organ, composer
  Hanby, Benjamin Russell (b. 1833 d. 1867)   composer
  Harding, Mildred Thompson (b. 1910)   piano, violin
  Hartley, Walter Earle (b. 1883)   piano, organ
  Hassler, Mark (d. 1906)   conductor
  Hassler, Simon (b. 1832)   conductor, music director
  Hatch, Homer Barnes (b. 1858)   tenor, piano
  Haubiel, Charles Troubridge (b. 1892 d. 1978)   piano, composer
  Haugh, Benjamin S. (b. 1873)   teacher, composer
  Haussermann, John W.   piano, composer
  Have, Jean Ten (a. 1916)   violin, composer
  Heacox, Arthur Edward (b. 1867)   composer, editor
  Heckman, George Jacob   violin, piano
  Helf, J. Fred (b. 1870)   composer, lyricist
  Heller, James Gutheim (b. 1892 d. 1971)   musicologist
  Heltman, Fred D. (b. 1887)   music publisher and composer of popular "Rags"
  Heltman, Fred W. (b. 1912)   composer
  Henneman, Alexander (b. 1868)   vocal teacher, composer
  Henninges, Dora (b. 1860)   mezzo-soprano
  Hennings, Reinhold E.   composer, teacher
  Hennings, William (b. 1866)   lieder-singer, piano
  Hesser, Ernest George (b. 1883)   baritone, music educator
  Hier, Ethel Glenn (b. 1889 d. 1971)   composer, piano
  Hipsher, Edward Ellsworth (b. 1871)   editor, composer
  Holland, Kenneth (a. 1939)   music educator, composer
  Horn, Louise C.   conductor of the Melody Girls orchestra
  Horton, Lewis Henry (b. 1898)   composer
  Hruby, Frank (b. 1918)   critic, writer
  Hruby, Frank (a. 1912)   music educator, clarinet
  Hubbell, Raymond (b. 1879 d. 1954)   composer, lyricist
  Hudson, Ralph E. (b. 1843 d. 1901)   preacher, composer
  Huebner, Ilse (b. 1898 d. 1969 a. 1924)   teacher, composer
  Hull, Alexander (b. 1887)   composer
  Humiston, William Henry (b. 1869 d. 1923)   organ, composer
  Hunes, Helen H.   songwriter
  Hurlburt, S.B. (b. 1855)   church organist
  Iden, Raymond J. (b. 1890)   publisher, printer
  James, U.P.   publisher
  Jenks, Stephen (b. 1772 d. 1856)   composer, tunebook compiler
  Jewitt, Jessie Mae   organ, piano
  Jones, Griffith John (b. 1875)   music supervisor, choral director
  Jordan, Philip D.   music educator, writer on music
  Judson, Arthur L. (b. 1881 d. 1975)   concert manager
  Juilliard, Augustus D. (b. 1836 d. 1919)   music patron
  Kaiser, Grace   piano, teacher
  Kaiser, Grace Edwards (b. 1881)   composer, singer
  Katz, Paul (b. 1907)   violin, conductor
  Kaye, Sammy (b. 1910 d. 1987)   danceband leader, orchestra
  Keller, Edith Myrtle (b. 1880)   music educator
  Keller, Lue Alice (b. 1888)   concert pianist, organ
  Keller, Marjorie Murray (b. 1904)   violin, music educator
  Kelley, Edgar Stillman (b. 1857 d. 1944)   organ, composer
  Kellogg, Arthur F. (b. 1878)   composer, organ
  Kelly, Thomas James (b. 1870)   conductor, composer
  Kettering, Eunice Lea (b. 1906)   organ, teacher
  Kieserling, Richard (b. 1873 d. 1932)   conductor, composer
  Kilworth, Claude (b. 1882)   composer
  King, Karl Lawrence (b. 1891 d. 1971)   composer, bandmaster
  Kissane, Donald (b. 1896)   conductor of the Pocatello Symphony Orchestra, com
  Klein, John McLaughlin (b. 1915 d. 1981)   composer, arranger
  Klohr, John Nicholas (b. 1869 d. 1956)   composer, trombone
  Knowlton, Fanny Snow (b. 1859 d. 1926)   composer, piano
  Kortheuer, Arthur W. (d. 1914)   piano, conductor
  Kraeuter, Karl   violin, composer
  Kraft, Edwin Arthur (b. 1883 d. 1962)   organ, editor
  Krebs, Theodore Luther (b. 1860 d. 1930)   piano, composer
  Kreisler, Alexander (b. 1894 d. 1969)   conductor, composer
  Lackey, Charles   composer
  Lane, Leasure Porter (b. 1849)   cello, writer
  Lane, Ora Delpha   violin, composer
  Lang, Clifford (d. 1938)   piano, composer
  Langdon, Alvin (b. 1906)   composer
  Leeder, Joseph A. (b. 1885)   music educator
  Leffingwell, W.W. (a. 1888)   violin, teacher
  Lehmann, Friedrich Johann (b. 1886 d. 1950)   teacher
  Leighton, George A. (b. 1886)   critic, teacher
  Leob, Will H. (b. 1866)   music educator, conductor
  Leone, Francesco (b. 1887 d. 1948 a. 1910)   composer
  Lindquist, Orville A. (b. 1873)   piano, writer
  Liszniewski, Karol (b. 1876)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Lockwood, Normand (b. 1906)   composer
  Loesser, Arthur (b. 1894 d. 1969)   piano, writer
  Logan, Walter (b. 1876)   violin, conductor
  Lorenz, Edmund Simon (b. 1854 d. 1942)   composer
  Lorenz, Ellen Jane (b. 1907)   composer, writer
  Lorenz, Karl Kumler (b. 1879)   publisher
  Luse, J.D. (a. 1876)   music educator, composer
  Lyford, Ralph (b. 1882 d. 1927)   composer, conductor
  MacIlivain, William P.   composer
  MacMillen, Francis Rea (b. 1885)   violin, composer
  Marcosson, Sol (b. 1869)   violin, teacher
  Maresh, Anthony L.   composer of popular piano-pieces and songs
  Martin, Freddy (b. 1906 d. 1983)   alto sax, bandleader
  Mason, Timothy Battle (b. 1801 d. 1861)   composer
  Mattiole, Lino (b. 1853)   cello, teacher of singing
  Maxwell, Richard Williams (b. 1896 d. 1954)   composer, lyricist
  Mayer, Frederick Charles (b. 1854 d. 1915)   piano, organ
  Mayer, Frederick Christian (b. 1882)   organ, choir master
  Mayer, Frederick Christian (b. 1824 a. 1873-1889)   conductor, teacher
  McCoy, William Johnston (b. 1848 d. 1925)   composer
  McDowell, B.M. (b. 1845 d. 1914)   organ, piano teacher
  McDowell, J.B. Francis (b. 1880)   organ, harp
  Mead, Edward Gould (b. 1892)   organ, composer
  Mead, Janet Cutler   music educator
  Medicus, Emil (b. 1882)   flute, publisher
  Meek, Charles (b. 1916)   teacher, composer
  Mees, Arthur (b. 1850 d. 1923)   composer, teacher
  Melville, Marguerite Liszniewska (b. 1884 d. 1935)   piano, composer
  Merritt, Wain Johnson (b. 1902)   organ, music educator
  Merz, Karl (b. 1836 d. 1890)   composer, musician
  Metcalf, Clarence Sheridan (b. 1878)   conductor, composer
  Middleton, Robert (Earl) (b. 1920)   piano, composer
  Miller, D.W.   composer
  Miller, Dayton Clarence (b. 1866 d. 1941)   acoustician, scientist
  Mills, Minnie Luse (d. 1935)   organ, teacher
  Moore-Lawson, Corinne (d. 1928 a. 1888)   singer
  Morgan, John Paul (b. 1841 d. 1879 a. 1863)   teacher, organ
  Morgan, Russell van Dyke (b. 1893)   organ, music educator
  Morris, Lelia Naylor (b. 1862 d. 1929)   gospel hymn writer
  Morrison, Charles Summer (b. 1860 d. 1933)   composer, conductor
  Morse, Richard W. (b. 1911)   composer, first trumpeter of the Toledo Symphony O
  Mouser, Faye   piano, composer
  Mueller, Edward A. (b. 1882)   composer, organ
  Mueller, Franz (a. 1889)   piano, writer
  Mumma, Archie A. (b. 1887)  
  Munson, H.D.  
  Myers, Robert Gray (b. 1902)   piano, organ
  Newman, Elizabeth   composer, teacher
  Newman, William Stein (b. 1912)   musicologist, piano
  Nowak, Lionel (Henry) (b. 1911)   piano, composer
  O'Kane, Tullius Clinton (b. 1830 d. 1912)   composer, hymnist
  Ogden, William Augustine (b. 1841 d. 1897)   composer
  Oldberg, Arne (b. 1874 d. 1962)   composer, piano
  Osburn, Mary Hubbell (b. 1878)   soprano, teacher
  Otis, Philo Adams (b. 1846 d. 1930)   writer, businessman
  Paalz, Leopold Anton (b. 1877)   piano, organ
  Paddock, Edwin E.   organ, teacher
  Page, Isaac Thomas (b. 1843)   conductor, composer
  Palm, Augustus O.   composer
  Parisi, Frank D.   choir master, composer
  Parsons, Albert Ross (b. 1847 d. 1933)   writer, musician
  Pease, Alfred Humphreys (b. 1838 d. 1882)   composer, piano
  Pease, Sibley Gilbert (b. 1888)   organ, music director
  Penfield, Smith Newell (b. 1837 d. 1920)   piano, organ
  Percy, Vincent H. (b. 1892)   organ, composer
  Peters, Jessie (b. 1898)   piano
  Peterson, Garnet   teacher, composer
  Phillips, Philip (b. 1834 d. 1895)   evangelist singer
  Pierson, Agnes A. (b. 1898)   composer, poet
  Poister, Arthur William (b. 1898 d. 1980)   organ, composer
  Polk, Grace Porterfield   soprano, composer
  Pontius, William Henry (b. 1860 d. 1937)   conductor, composer
  Poppen, Emanuel Frederick (b. 1874)   Lutheran clergyman, editor
  Powers, Maxwell (b. 1911)   teacher, composer
  Preston, Matilee Loeb-Evans (b. 1879)   piano, composer
  Puehringer, Ferdinand   conductor, teacher
  Reed, Linnell (b. 1877)   violin, conductor
  Reeder, Charles G. (b. 1912)   music director, composer
  Repper, Charles Brashear (b. 1886 d. 1974)   composer, piano
  Reussenzehn, William (b. 1858)   violin, piano
  Rhyns-Ford, D. (b. 1865)   composer, author
  Ridenour, Harry Lee (b. 1884)   music educator
  Riemenschneider, Albert [Charles Albert] (b. 1878 d. 1950)   organ, conductor
  Ring, Emil (b. 1863)   oboe, piano
  Rive, Caroline (b. 1822 d. 1882)   soprano
  Rive-King, Julie (d. 1937)   piano
  Robinson, Clarence Cramer (b. 1879)   conductor, composer
  Rodeheaver, Homer Alvan (b. 1880 d. 1955)   evangelistic musician, publisher
  Rodzinski, Arthur (b. 1892 d. 1958)   conductor, musician
  Rogers, James Hotchkiss (b. 1857 d. 1940)   composer, organ
  Rood, John (b. 1902)   sculptor, painter
  Rosanoff, Gabriel   violin, composer
  Ross, Alexander Coffman (b. 1812 d. 1864)   clarinet, merchant
  Ross, Elisabeth B.   singer
  Ross, Gertrude (a. 1898)   composer, musician
  Rowley, C.E.   music educator, composer
  Rubinstein, Beryl (d. 1952)   piano, composer
  Ruegger, Charlotte (b. 1876 d. 1959)   violin, composer
  Rupprecht, Carl J. (b. 1863)   composer, organ
  Rychlik, Charles V. (b. 1875 a. 1897)   violin
  Samuel, John O. (b. 1887)   bass, teacher
  Sand, Zella Brigham (b. 1870)   piano, organ
  Saroni, Hermann S. (b. 1823 a. 1852)   writer, composer
  Schehl, J. Alfred (b. 1882 d. 1937)   organ, choir conductor
  Schmitt, Susan   composer, piano
  Schorbe, Mary Evelyn  
  Schrembs, Joseph (b. 1866 d. 1945)   priest, writer on music
  Schueller, Carl   piano, music educator
  Schueller, Rudolf (b. 1884 d. 1949)   conductor
  Schwartz, George Foss (b. 1872)   music educator
  Scott, J. Sheldon (b. 1896)   organ, composer
  Seely, John Gordon (b. 1882)   organ, conductor
  Seidel, Marguerite Manley (b. 1887)   piano, composer
  Sewall, Maud Gilchrist (b. 1872)   violin, organ
  Shawe, Loyal Philips (b. 1879)   baritone, teacher
  Shepherd, Arthur (b. 1880 d. 1958)   composer, piano
  Simon, Frank (b. 1889 d. 1967)   cornet, composer
  Sister Alice Marie   music educator
  Smith, David Stanley (b. 1877 d. 1949)   conductor, composer
  Smith, Ella May Dunning (b. 1860 d. 1934)   composer
  Smith, Gayle Ingraham   violin, teacher
  Smith, Katharine Neal   editor, verse-writer
  Smith, Melville (b. 1898)   concert organist, composer
  Smith, Raymond Allyn (b. 1894)   organ, composer
  Smith, William H.H. (a. 1881)   organ, teacher
  Smith, Wilson George (b. 1855 d. 1929)   composer, piano
  Snodgrass, Louise Harrison (b. 1890)   composer, piano
  Snyder, Mark A. (b. 1873)   violin, teacher
  Sokoloff, Nicolai (b. 1886 d. 1965)   violin, conductor
  Sommer, Charles G. (b. 1864)   composer, teacher
  Spargur, John Mitchell (b. 1879)   conductor, violin
  Speaks, Oley (b. 1874 d. 1948)   singer, songwriter
  Spitalny, Maurice J. (b. 1893)   composer, conductor
  Spitalny, Phil (b. 1889 d. 1970)   bandleader, violin
  Sprague, Louis Waldemar (b. 1876)   musician, lecturer
  St. Clair, Floyd J. (b. 1871 d. 1942)   composer, drums
  Stainbrook, Edwin (b. 1898)   piano, conductor
  Stair, Patty (b. 1869 d. 1926)   piano, organ
  Stearns, Henry V. (b. 1882)   piano, organ
  Stearns, Theodore Pease (b. 1880 d. 1935)   composer, music director
  Stebbins, Charles H. (a. 1888)   choir master
  Steinbrecher, Frederic W. (b. 1822 d. 1894)   piano, composer
  Sterling, Winthrop Smith (b. 1859 d. 1943)   organ, composer
  Stern, Lee (b. 1900)   publisher, executive
  Stewart, N. Coe (b. 1837 d. 1921)   conductor, music educator
  Stitt, Margaret McClure   composer, dramatist
  Stone, Elizabeth Arnold   composer
  Stone, Mary A. (d. 1940)   teacher, composer
  Strauss, Reitta   piano, music educator
  Surdo, Joseph (b. 1876)   composer, conductor
  Symonds, Power J.   organ
  Taylor, Tell (b. 1876 d. 1937)   comedy actor, composer
  Ten Haveeee, Jean   violin, composer
  Theis, Corinne   composer
  Theis, Henry L. (b. 1868 d. 1935)   violin, composer
  Thompson, Will Lamartine (b. 1847 d. 1909)   composer, songwriter
  Thrasher, Merle  
  Tirindelli, Pier Adolfo (b. 1858)   compositore, direttore d'orchestre
  Titus, Parvin (b. 1896)   concert organist, conductor
  Towner, Clem A. (b. 1883)   piano, teacher
  Untermeyer, Jean Starr (b. 1886)   poet, author
  Upton, William Treat (b. 1870 d. 1961)   organ, piano
  Urich, George   organ, piano
  Vail, Ira Francis (b. 1898)   clarinet, saxophone
  Van Cleve, John Smith (b. 1851 d. 1917)   piano, composer
  Van Cleve, John Whitten (b. 1801 d. 1858)   musician, composer
  Veith, Robert Edgar   teacher of singing, composer
  Venable, Mary (d. 1926)   piano, editor
  Von der Heide, John Frederic (b. 1857)   composer, teacher
  Vonukoun, Beatrice (b. 1900)   violin, piano
  Wagnalls, Mabel (b. 1871)   piano, author
  Waldman, Dorothy Jeannette   piano, writer
  Walters, Jefferson Brooks (b. 1875)   violin, composer
  Walters, Raymond (b. 1885)   music educator, author
  Warren, C. (a. 1855)  
  Watt, Charles E. (b. 1862 d. 1933)   piano, editor
  Watts, Wintter (Haynes) (b. 1884 d. 1962)   composer
  Weber, Adam (b. 1854 d. 1890)   violin, conductor
  Webster, H.D.L. (a. 1865)   composer, lyricist
  Wecker, Earl (b. 1900)   violin, director
  Weirick, Paul (b. 1906)   trumpet, trumpeter
  Wenning, Eleanor   piano, teacher
  Westlake, A. Verne (b. 1884)   piano, composer
  White, Minnie Mansfield (b. 1890)   piano, composer of pieces for children
  Whithorne, Emerson (b. 1884 d. 1958)   composer, piano
  Wiant, Bliss (b. 1895)   composer
  Widener, Stanley F. (b. 1873)   composer, organ
  William ten Have  
  Williams, Alice Crane (b. 1880)   piano, composer
  Williams, Charlotte DeMuth (a. 1920)   viola, concertmaster in the Cleveland Women's Orch
  Williams, Frederic Arthur (b. 1869 d. 1942)   composer, piano
  Williams, Mary Covington (b. 1877)   piano, teacher
  Williamson, John Finlay (b. 1887 d. 1964)   conductor, choir master
  Willing, Mary   conductor, piano
  Wilson, Howard Seitz   piano, composer
  Wilson, Morris Emett (b. 1894)   piano, organ
  Wilson, Roger Cole (b. 1912)   composer, arranger
  Winsel, Louis E. (b. 1880)   double bass, composer
  Wittich, Edward (a. 1889)   organ, composer
  Wittke, Carl Frederick (b. 1892)   professor of history, author
  Wood, Zilpha Barnes (b. 1871)   teacher of singing, conductor
  Woodward, Henry Lynde (b. 1908)   music educator, composer
  Wulsin, Lucien (b. 1889 d. 1964)   piano maker
  Wurlitzer, Franz Rudolph (b. 1831 d. 1914)   instrument maker, instrument dealer
  Wurlitzer, Rudolph Henry (b. 1873 d. 1948)   instrument maker, instrument dealer
  Yeamans, Laurel E. (b. 1890 d. 1937)   composer, organ
  Yost, Gaylord (b. 1888 d. 1958)   violin, teacher
  Zahm, John Augustine (b. 1851 d. 1921)   acoustician
  Zamecnik, John S. (b. 1872 d. 1953)   composer, conductor
  Zay, William Henri (b. 1870 d. 1927)   concert singer, composer

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