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 1951

Mize, J.T.H. / Dr.
The international who is who in music
Fifth (Mid-Century) Edition
Dr. J.T.H. Mize Editor-in-Chief
Chicago: Who is Who in Music, 1951, 576 p.


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  a'Dair, Jeanne (b. 1907)   composer, singer
  Aab, Edith May (b. 1875)   contralto, teacher of singing
  Aaron, Henry (b. 1914)   conductor
  Aaron, Michael (b. 1898)   piano teacher, composer
  Abbot, Lawrence (b. 1902)   music educator, author
  Abbott, Larry [Lawrence Gilbert] (b. 1901)   clarinet, woodwind performer
  Abe, Komei (b. 1911)   composer
  Abel, Alan Irwin (b. 1924)   president of the American Drummers Association
  Abel, Harlyn Strother (b. 1906)   music educator, administrator
  Abel, May Leggett (b. 1879)   violin, teacher
  Abell, Usher (b. 1915)   music educator, viola
  Abels, Nell (b. 1915)   piano, teacher
  Abendroth, Hermann (b. 1883 d. 1956)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Abernathy, Hadley Wyatt (b. 1906)   piano, piano teacher
  Abraham, Gerald (Ernest Heal) (b. 1904 d. 1988)   musicologist
  Abram, Jacques (b. 1915)   concert pianist, piano
  Abramowitsch, Bernhard (b. 1906)   concert pianist, piano
  Abrams, Harold (b. 1915)   music educator, violin
  Abravanel, Maurice (de) (b. 1903)   conductor, Dirigent
  Abrelo, Fernando (b. 1908)   jazz trombone, arranger
  Acevedo Raposo, Remigio (b. 1896 d. 1951)   composer, music school executive
  Ackley, Alfred H. (b. 1887)   hymnodist
  Ackley, Bentley Deforrest (b. 1872 d. 1958)   composer of gospel hymns, composer of songs
  Acuff, Roy (Claxton) (b. 1903 d. 1992)   composer, country music singer
  Adams, Almeda C. (b. 1865)   soprano, choir conductor
  Adams, Carroll Parker (b. 1892)   cornet
  Adams, Crosby (b. 1858 d. 1951)   organ, lecturer
  Adams, Crosby (b. 1857)   choral director, teacher
  Adams, Elizabeth Kilmer (b. 1911)   composer
  Adams, Patricia Louise Lacy (b. 1928)   music educator, choral director
  Adams, Robert D. Dr. [Dana Walden] (b. 1897)   music educator, author
  Adams, Wendell Eugene (b. 1912)   violin
  Adamson, Harold (b. 1906 d. 1980)   lyricist, songwriter
  Adaskin, Harry (b. 1901)   violin, broadcaster
  Adaskin, John (b. 1908 d. 1964)   radio producer, administrator
  Addinsell, Richard (b. 1904 d. 1977)   composer
  Addison, Bernard (b. 1905)   banjo, guitar
  Addonizio, Philomena (a. 1921)   concert pianist
  Aden, Mary P. [Puleston] (b. 1901)   music educator, soprano
  Adlam, Basil George [Buzz] (b. 1905 a. 1923)   bandmaster, composer
  Adler, Clarence (d. 1969)   piano, teacher
  Adler, Frederick Charles (b. 1889 d. 1959)   conductor
  Adler, Kurt (b. 1907 d. 1977)   conductor
  Adler, Kurt Herbert (b. 1905 d. 1988)   conductor, opera director
  Adler, Larry [Lawrence] (b. 1914)   cast, harmonica
  Adler, Lois   Klavier, piano
  Adler, Peter Herman (b. 1899 d. 1990)   conductor, music director
  Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund (b. 1903 d. 1969)   Komposition, social philosopher
  Adrian, Nevarte (b. 1910)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Adrian, Nurhan Arnold (b. 1932)   piano
  Adrian, Shahan Armand (b. 1932)   piano
  Affelder, Paul B. (b. 1915 d. 1975)   critic, writer
  Agee, Loreen Kathryn (b. 1923)   music educator, choral director
  Aggas, Lorraine Pagels (b. 1905)   music educator, voice coach
  Agnini, Armando (b. 1890)   opera stage director
  Agostini, Mezio (b. 1875 d. 1944)   compositore, direttore d'orchestre
  Aguilar, Juan (b. 1883 a. 1918)   piano, composer
  Ahearn, Ella Mason (b. 1900)   music educator, author
  Ahlberg, Tor Valdemar (b. 1913)   concert pianist, composer
  Ahlert, Fred E. (b. 1892 d. 1953)   cast, composer
  Ahrling, Adelaide (b. 1909)   soprano
  Aitken, Webster (b. 1908)   Klavier, piano
  Ajemian, Anahid M. (b. 1927)   violin
  Ajemian, Maro (b. 1924 d. 1978)   concert pianist, piano
  Akers, Howard Eastabrook (b. 1913)   music educator, trombone
  Akimoto, Seiichi (b. 1920)   baritone, music educator
  Akon, Alfred (b. 1905)   violin, composer
  Akridge, Lloyd (b. 1910)   arranger
  Alarco, Rosa (b. 1911 d. 1980)   music educator, composer
  Albanese, Licia (b. 1913)   interprete, soprano
  Albanese, Nino Dr. [Mario] (b. 1911)   concert pianist, composer
  Albano, Edward (b. 1902)   concert and operatic baritone
  Albersheim, Gerhard Ludwig (b. 1902)   musicologist, piano
  Alberti, Solon (b. 1889 d. 1981)   cello, teacher
  Albrecht, Irene Dorothy   concert pianist, accompanist
  Albrecht, Otto Edwin (b. 1899 d. 1984)   musicologist, librarian
  Alcaro, Al [Alfred] (b. 1906)   teacher, conductor
  Alcaro, Carmel (b. 1931)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Alcee, Claire (a. 1929)   soprano
  Alcock, Merle (b. 1890 d. 1975)   alto, contralto
  Alda, Frances (Jeanne) (b. 1883 d. 1952)   soprano, vocals
  Alden, John Hewlett (b. 1900 d. 1976)   teacher, composer
  Alderman, Pauline (b. 1893 d. 1983)   composer, music educator
  Aldrich, Charlotte Bond (b. 1909)   soprano, organ
  Aldrich, Putnam Calder (b. 1904 d. 1975)   musicologist, harpsichord
  Aleman, Fedora (b. 1917)   soprano
  Alemshah, Kourkene (b. 1907 d. 1947)   composer, conductor
  Alessandrescu, Alfred (b. 1893 d. 1959)   composer, piano
  Alessandro, Victor (b. 1915 d. 1976)   conductor
  Alexander, Birdie (b. 1870 d. 1960)   music educator
  Alexander, J.A. (b. 1905)   music educator, soprano
  Alexander, Lowell C. Connell] (b. 1902)   tenor
  Alexander, Mariann Elizabeth (b. 1926)   music educator, cornet
  Alfonso, Javier (b. 1904)   concert pianist, composer
  Alfven, Hugo (b. 1872 d. 1960)   composer, conductor
  Aliferes, James (b. 1913)   conductor, music educator
  Alison, Hugh W. (b. 1921)   disc jockey
  Allan, Frank (b. 1919)   disc jockey, singer
  Allan, Keith Christie (b. 1911)   basso buffo
  Allan, Lewis (b. 1903)   composer, librettist
  Allbaugh, Robert Dean (b. 1924)   disc jockey
  Allbright, Helen Marjorie (b. 1915)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Allbritton, Florence Ziegler  
  Allen, Barclay (b. 1918)   piano ?, popular pianist
  Allen, Creighton (b. 1900 d. 1969)   piano, composer
  Allen, Ernie (b. 1920)   radio announcer, disc jockey
  Allen, Guy Corken (b. 1892)   piano, teacher
  Allen, Henry James "Red" (b. 1908 d. 1967)   trumpet, vocals
  Allen, Jay (Joseph) (b. 1905)   conductor, librettist
  Allen, Katherine Virginia (b. 1912)   military musician, conductor
  Allen, Mary Emma (b. 1914)   music educator, soprano
  Allen, Mary Love (b. 1899)   music educator, piano teacher
  Allen, Max (b. 1909)   violin, novelty musician
  Allen, Mimi (b. 1924)   chantre, teacher of harp
  Allen, Paul Hastings (b. 1883 d. 1952)   composer
  Allen, Vernon (b. 1908)   administrator, teacher
  Allen, Warren Dwight (b. 1885 d. 1964)   organ, conductor
  Allende-Saron, Pedro Humberto (b. 1885 d. 1959)   composer
  Aller, Eleanor (b. 1917)   cello, concert violinist
  Aller, Victor (b. 1905)   concert pianist, piano
  Allers, Franz (b. 1905)   conductor, Dirigent
  Allgood, Isabel Ruth (b. 1919)   piano, soprano
  Allin, Norman (b. 1884 d. 1973)   bass, opera singer
  Allingham, Carolyn   teacher
  Allison, Irl Leslie (b. 1896 d. 1969)   music educator, piano
  Alm, Bertha (b. 1905)   music educator, violin
  Almand, A.F. Jack [Alva Francis] (b. 1920)   piano, organ
  Almand, Claude Marion (b. 1915 d. 1957)   music educator, composer
  Almandoz Mendizabal, Noberto (b. 1893)   music educator, choir master
  Almeida, Laurindo (b. 1917)   guitar, lute
  Almeida, Renato (Costa) (b. 1895)   musicologist, folklorist
  Almeida, Waldemar (b. 1904 d. 1975)   piano, composer
  Alonge, Michael (b. 1906)   clarinet, band director
  Alongi, Michael (b. 1894)   guitar, banjo
  Alpert, Pauline (b. 1912)   composer, piano
  Alphenaar, Gerard (b. 1899)   music editor, organ
  Alphin, Albert (b. 1900)   music educator, executive
  Alsbach, Johann A. [Johann Adam] (b. 1873)   music publisher
  Alsen, Elsa (b. 1880 d. 1975)   soprano
  Alt, Basil V. [Vincent] (b. 1911)   music educator, organ
  Alter, Louis (b. 1902 d. 1980)   composer
  Alter, Martha (b. 1904 d. 1976)   piano, composer
  Altglass, Max (b. 1890 d. 1952)   tenor
  Althouse, Paul Shearer (b. 1889 d. 1954)   tenor, vocals
  Altman, Elenore (b. 1892 a. 1913)   concert pianist
  Altschuler, Modest (b. 1873 d. 1963)   cello, conductor
  Altshuler, Ira W. [Maximilian] (b. 1893)   piano
  Altvater, Henry Hugh (b. 1897 d. 1952)   music educator, administrator
  Alvary, Lorenzo (b. 1909)   baritone
  Alves, C. Waldemar (b. 1888)   teacher
  Alvin, Juliette   cello
  Alwes, Gladys   concert manager, soprano
  Alwyn, William (b. 1905 d. 1985)   composer, flute
  Alwyne, Horace (b. 1891 a. 1912)   piano, composer
  Amans, John (b. 1884)   flute
  Amar, Licco (b. 1891 d. 1959)   Geige, Streichquartett
  Amato, Anthony (b. 1920)   opera conductor, stage designer
  Ambrogio, Isabelle Sant (b. 1908)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Ambrose (b. 1897 d. 1971)   danceband leader, violin
  Ambrose, Paul (b. 1868 d. 1941)   church organist, composer
  Ambrosius, Hermann (Gustav Oskar Fritz) (b. 1897)   conductor, music educator
  Ameche, Lola (b. 1928)   singer
  Ames, Elizabeth  
  Amfiteatrov, Daniele Alexandrovich (b. 1901 d. 1983)   composer, conductor
  Amico, Frank James (b. 1909)   composer, arranger
  Ammons, Edgar W. [Warren]   organ, choir master
  Ammons, Gene [Eugene] (b. 1925 d. 1974)   tenor sax, bandleader
  Amstutz, Mabel E. [Estella] (b. 1910)   music educator, piano
  Andersen, Arthur Olaf (b. 1880 d. 1958)   composer, music educator
  Andersen, Helen Somerville (b. 1892)   composer, piano
  Andersen, Stell (b. 1898)   piano
  Anderson, Adelaide (b. 1902)   music educator, piano teacher
  Anderson, Bob [Robert Malcolm] (b. 1929)   disc jockey, bass violist
  Anderson, Carlynn Brown (b. 1922)   concert pianist, accompanist
  Anderson, Cat (b. 1916 d. 1981)   trumpet
  Anderson, Clifford E. [Edward] (b. 1904)   music educator, symphony orchestra conductor
  Anderson, Dwight (b. 1896)   piano, composer
  Anderson, Earl Crawford (b. 1906)   organ, cornet
  Anderson, Eva (Vale) (b. 1892 d. 1985 a. 1925-1948)   conductor, Long Beach Woman's Symphony Orchestra
  Anderson, Ferdinand Valjean (b. 1888)   piano, organ
  Anderson, George M. (b. 1876 d. 1947)   Scottish-American piano maker
  Anderson, Grace Gilliam (b. 1926)   music educator, soprano
  Anderson, J. [Johnson] Jay (b. 1915)   organ, choral director
  Anderson, J. [Justus] Lee (b. 1922)   jazz authority, cartoonist
  Anderson, J. Edgar (b. 1904)   music educator, violin
  Anderson, Jane (b. 1899)   piano, accompanist
  Anderson, John M. [Montrose] (b. 1909)   music educator, administrator
  Anderson, Laurel Everette (b. 1896)   composer, organ
  Anderson, Lennard (b. 1916)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Anderson, Leroy (b. 1908 d. 1975)   composer, conductor
  Anderson, Loran Donaldson (b. 1894)   music educator, violin
  Anderson, Marian (b. 1897 d. 1993)   accordion, chanteur
  Anderson, R. Alex [Robert Alexander] (b. 1894)   composer, librettist
  Anderson, Ralph G. [Glen] (b. 1916)   music educator, trombone
  Anderson, Raymond F. [Floyd] (b. 1905)   music educator, choral director
  Anderson, Robert E. [Eric] (b. 1903)   piano, piano teacher
  Anderson, Roy (b. 1917)   publisher, editor
  Anderson, Russel [Edwin] (b. 1904)   music educator, baritone
  Anderson, Wanda [Mae] (b. 1922)   music educator, piano teacher
  Anderson, William Robert (b. 1891 d. 1979)   critic, editor
  Andoga, Victor Jouroff (b. 1878 d. 1969)   baritone, operatic coach
  Andre, Fabian (b. 1910 d. 1960)   composer, conductor
  Andrea, Frank Louis (b. 1914)   conductor
  Andreae, Volkmar (b. 1879 d. 1962)   chef d'orchestre, conductor
  Andrejw, Skilondz Adelaide (b. 1882)   soprano, teacher
  Andreva, Stella (b. 1909)   cast, soprano
  Andrews, Burnett B. (b. 1903)   organ, choir master
  Andrews, John M. (b. 1909)   music educator, violin
  Andrews, LaVerne (b. 1915 d. 1967)   singer, vocals
  Andrews, Maxene (b. 1918)   cast, singer
  Andrews, Patty [Patricia] (b. 1920)   singer
  Andriessen, Hendrik (b. 1892 d. 1981 a. 1949-1957)   composer, organ
  Andriessen, Willem Christiaan Nicolaas (d. 1964)   composer, Dirigent
  Andrus, May (b. 1887)   music educator, piano
  Anello, John-David (b. 1909)   conductor, music director
  Angel, Clark Burdett (b. 1922)   organ, choir master
  Angell, Richard Sloane (b. 1905 d. 1985)   librarian
  Angell, Sydney Lee (b. 1885)   piano, piano teacher
  Angell, Warren Mathewson (b. 1907)   composer
  Angles, Higinio (b. 1888 d. 1969)   musicologo, priest
  Ankudowich, Mary Millward (b. 1917)   librettist, piano
  Annett, Thomas (b. 1892)   music educator, piano
  Annunziata, Michele (b. 1896)   composer, piano
  Anrep-Nordin, Birger (b. 1888 d. 1946)   organ, writer
  Ansermet, Ernest (b. 1883 d. 1969)   chef d'orchestre, conductor
  Anson, Hugo Vernon (b. 1894 d. 1958)   composer
  Anspach, Willard Leroy (b. 1903)   concert pianist
  Anstine, Carl Talmadge (b. 1893 d. 1954)   composer, organ
  Antal, Jeno (b. 1901)   violin
  Antheil, George Johann Carl (b. 1900 d. 1959)   composer, musicisti
  Anthony, Luther B. (b. 1887~)   editor, music educator
  Antiochos, Evangelatos (b. 1900~)   composer, conductor
  Antoine, Josephine (b. 1907 d. 1971)   soprano
  Antone, Anthony (b. 1906)   conductor, teacher
  Antonini, Alfredo (b. 1901 d. 1983)   composer, conductor
  Antonitis, Beverly Stutsman (b. 1926)   concert pianist, teacher of harp
  Antrim, Doron K. (b. 1895)   editor
  Apel, Willi (b. 1893 d. 1988)   musicologist
  Appel, Richard Gilmore (b. 1889 d. 1975)   organ, composer
  Appia, Edmond (b. 1894 d. 1961 a. 1928-1939)   direttore d'orchestre, violin
  Apple, Hazel S. (b. 1901)   music educator, choral director
  Applebaum, Sada Rotham (b. 1905 d. 1976)   viola, piano
  Applebaum, Samuel (b. 1904)   lecturer, violin
  Appleton, Kenneth G. [George] (b. 1911)   music educator, clarinet
  Appleton, Vera (b. 1918)   concert pianist, piano
  Aprile, Maryona P. (b. 1921)   music educator, contralto
  Aranyi, Francis Ernst (b. 1893 d. 1966)   interprete, violin
  Arberg, Harold W. [Walton] (b. 1918)   music educator, choir conductor
  Arcari, Andy (b. 1907)   accordeon
  Archibald, Raymond Clare (b. 1875)   mathematician, folklorist
  Arden, Cecil (Hart) (b. 1895)   soprano
  Arden, Marianne   concert pianist, song stylist
  Ardevol, Jose (b. 1911 d. 1981 a. 1930)   composer, conductor
  Ardrey, Eldon Allen (b. 1907)   music educator, organ
  Arentsen, Harold W. [William] (b. 1897)   music educator, conductor
  Arguello Montero, Antonio [Tono] (b. 1906)   piano, composer
  Arison, Harold Lindsey (b. 1919)   band conductor, arranger
  Arlen, Harold (b. 1905 d. 1986)   cast, composer
  Arlington, Rex (b. 1892)   violin, conductor
  Arment, Hollace E. [Elbert] (b. 1905)   music educator, tenor
  Armitage, Merle (b. 1893)   impresario
  Armstrong, Francis James (a. 1918)   violin, teacher
  Armstrong, Harry [Henry W.] (b. 1879 d. 1951)   ragtime piano, songwriter
  Armstrong, Leslie H. [Harold] (b. 1909)   educator, conductor
  Armstrong, Louis (b. 1900)   cast, composer
  Armstrong, Thomas (Henry Wait) (b. 1898)   organ, conductor
  Arnaud, Germaine Yvonne (b. 1890 d. 1958)   actress, cast
  Arnaud, Noel Leon Marius (b. 1904 a. 1936)   cello, composer
  Arnaz, Desi (b. 1917 d. 1986)   cast, orchestra
  Arnell, Richard Anthony Sayer (b. 1917)   composer
  Arnheiter, Theodore (b. 1878)   teacher
  Arno, Victor (b. 1907)   concert violinist, violin
  Arnold, Doris Mae Forney (b. 1892~)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Arnold, Eddy (b. 1918)   country music singer, guitar
  Arnold, Esther Friend (b. 1901)   soprano, teacher
  Arnold, J. [John] Stanley (b. 1916)   music educator, instrumentalist
  Arnold, Jay (b. 1908)   compiler, arranger
  Arnold, Jesse R. (b. 1904)   violin
  Arnold, Mildred L. (b. 1904)   teacher, music educator
  Arnott, John Jackson (b. 1907)   clarinet, teacher
  Aronoff, Max (b. 1907)   viola, violin
  Arrau, Claudio (b. 1903 d. 1991)   Klavier, pianista
  Arsers, Clarence Glenn (b. 1895)   band director, cornet
  Arsers, Earl Owen Pat (b. 1905)   clarinet, saxophone
  Artega, Alfonso (b. 1907)   radio and symphony orchestra conductor, composer
  Arterburn, Nettie (b. 1883)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Arvey, Verna (b. 1910)   author, piano
  Arvidson, Delia Fraley   piano, accompanist
  Asafyev, Boris Vladimirovich (b. 1884 d. 1949)   musicologist, composer
  Asahina, Takashi (b. 1908)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Ascone, Vicente (b. 1897 d. 1979)   composer, trumpeter
  Ash, Paul (b. 1891 d. 1958 a. 1924-1933)   bandleader, violin
  Ashby, Irving C. (b. 1920 d. 1987)   guitar, jazz guitar
  Ashcroft, Earl Ferris (b. 1913)   bass-baritone
  Ashley, William T. [Torbert] (b. 1925)   disc jockey, radio announcer
  Ashmead, Chloe Myers (b. 1925)   trumpet
  Ashmore, Gracie Flournoy (b. 1904)   teacher, composer
  Ashrafi, Mukhtar Ashrafovich (b. 1912 d. 1975)   composer, conductor
  Asman, James (b. 1914)   jazz authority, author
  Asper, Frank Wilson (b. 1892 d. 1973)   organ
  Astaire, Fred (b. 1899 d. 1987 a. 1929)   cast, choreographer
  Atak, Necdet Remzi (b. 1911)   concert violinist, music educator
  Athearne, Robert Aiken (b. 1913)   concert and radio organist, music research
  Atterberg, Kurt (Magnus) (b. 1887 d. 1974)   composer, Dirigent
  Atwood, A.T. [Alfred Thompson] (b. 1913)   baritone
  Augustine, Albert Gustav (b. 1900 d. 1967)   guitar maker, pioneer of the nylon guitar string
  Aukerman, R. [Robert] Russell (b. 1921)   music educator, trombone
  Auld, Georgie [John Altwerger] (b. 1919 d. 1990)   sax, tenor sax
  Auric, Georges (b. 1899 d. 1983)   composer, piano
  Austin, Frederic (b. 1872 d. 1952)   baritone, vocals
  Austin, Gene [Eugene Lucas] (b. 1900 d. 1972)   crooner, piano
  Austin, Grace (a. 1930)   composer, lyricist
  Austin, Sidney C. (b. 1904)   cello, guitar
  Austral, Florence (b. 1894 d. 1968)   soprano, vocals
  Autenrith, James Palmer (b. 1923)   organ, conductor
  Autori, Franco (b. 1903)   conductor, direttore
  Autry, Gene [Orvon Gene] (b. 1907)   singing cowboy, vocals
  Avakian, George (b. 1919)   record producer, recording executive
  Averell, Dorothy (b. 1920)   concert violinist
  Avery, Emily Harford (b. 1899)   organ, choral director
  Avramov, Vladimir (b. 1909)   violin, composer
  Avshalomov, Aaron (b. 1894 d. 1965)   composer, conductor
  Avshalomov, Jacob David (b. 1919)   composer, conductor
  Axelson, Sten-Ake (b. 1906)   conductor, direttore
  Axman-Taylor, Gladys (b. 1896 d. 1968)   soprano
  Ayala Perez, Daniel (b. 1906 d. 1975)   conductor, violin
  Ayars, Christine Merrick (b. 1894)   piano teacher, soprano
  Ayers, Ruth Sampson (b. 1899)   soprano, choral director
  Ayestaran, Lauro (b. 1913)   music educator, author
  Aylesworth, Merlin Hall (b. 1886)   executive
  Aylward, Florence (b. 1862)   organ, composer
  Azevedo, Ernest Martin (b. 1923)   music educator, baritone
  Azevedo, Luiz Heitor Correa (b. 1905 d. 1992)   musicologist
  Azkunaga, Augustin (b. 1885 a. 1897)   composer, organ
  Azzara, Carl S. [Salvatore] (b. 1928)   piano, piano teacher
  Azzolina, Philip J. (b. 1890)   bandmaster, french horn
  Babin, Victor (b. 1908 d. 1972)   piano, composer
  Babitz, Sol (b. 1911 d. 1982)   musicologist, violin
  Bacarisse, Salvador (b. 1898 d. 1963)   composer, compositore
  Baccaloni, Salvatore (b. 1900 d. 1969)   Bass, basso
  Bach, Vincent (b. 1890 d. 1976)   brass instrument maker, trumpeter
  Bachman, Harold Burton (b. 1892)   band director
  Bachmann, Barton (b. 1898)   concert pianist, opera conductor
  Bacon, Allan (b. 1886)   piano teacher, organ teacher
  Bacon, Ernst (b. 1898 d. 1990)   composer, conductor
  Bacon, Madi (b. 1906)   conductor, music director
  Badings, Henk (b. 1907 d. 1987)   composer
  Baer, Hermanus T. (b. 1902)   bass-barytone, music educator
  Bagby, Albert Morris (b. 1859 d. 1941)   impresario, music patron
  Bailey, Clay [Richard] (b. 1905)   journalist, critic
  Bailey, Parker (b. 1902)   lawyer, composer
  Bailey, Ralph Robert (b. 1911)   priest, music educator
  Bain, D.F. [Devereaux Fenwick] (b. 1922)   music educator, arranger
  Bain, Wilfred Conwell (b. 1908)   music educator, administrator
  Bainum, Glenn Cliffe (b. 1888)   band director
  Baird, Gates (b. 1906)   music educator, lyric soprano
  Baker, Ida Nelson (b. ERR4>)   music educator
  Baker, Josef L. [Lafayette] (b. 1919)   concert pianist, music educator
  Baker, Norman D. [Buddy] (b. 1918)   composer, conductor
  Baker, Rosemary Sullivan (b. 1925)   music educator, piano
  Balaban, Emanuel (b. 1895 d. 1973)   Dirigent, piano
  Balas, Clarice Frances (a. 1933)   piano, teacher
  Balendonck, Armand (b. 1893)   violin, composer
  Bales, Richard Horner (b. 1915)   composer, conductor
  Balfour, Nemone (b. 1916)   mezzo-soprano, folklorist
  Ballon, Ellen (b. 1898 d. 1969)   concert pianist
  Balmer, Luc (b. 1898)   conductor, composer
  Balmer, Ralph C. (b. 1924)   music educator, choral director
  Balogh, Erno (b. 1897 d. 1989)   celesta, piano
  Balogh, Louis L. [Laszlo] (b. 1898)   music educator, conductor
  Balsam, Artur (b. 1906 d. 1994)   piano
  Baltz, Harold W. (b. 1902)   organ, music school executive
  Bamberger, Carl (b. 1902 d. 1987)   conductor
  Bamboschek, Giuseppe Maria (b. 1890 d. 1969)   direttore d'orchestre, Dirigent
  Bampton, Rose (b. 1909)   cast, mezzo-soprano
  Bampton, Ruth (b. 1902)   organ, choral director
  Bandemer, Dorothy Helmer (b. 1926)   music educator, soprano
  Banke, H.W. [Harold William] (b. 1910)   music educator, conductor
  Banks, Dorothy Hunter (b. 1909)   music educator, soprano
  Banks, Hilda (b. 1927)   concert pianist, composer
  Barati, George (b. 1913)   composer, conductor
  Barber, Samuel (b. 1910 d. 1981)   baritone, composer
  Barbour, Dave [David Michael] (b. 1912 d. 1965)   composer, guitar
  Barbour, James Murray (b. 1897 d. 1970)   acoustician, musicologist
  Bardas, Stefan (b. 1914)   concert pianist, music educator
  Barera, Orlando (b. 1907)   conductor, direttore
  Barker, Barbara E. [Elizabeth] (b. 1927)   music educator, piano
  Barker, Cyril (b. 1903)   organ, piano
  Barlow, Howard Dumham (b. 1892 d. 1972)   conductor
  Barlow, Samuel Latham Mitchell (b. 1892 d. 1982)   composer, piano
  Barndt, Jacqueline Faye (b. 1924)   soprano, music educator
  Barnes, George Warren (b. 1921 d. 1977)   guitar, arranger
  Barnes, William Harrison (b. 1892 d. 1980)   organ, organ builder
  Barnet, Charlie [Charles Daly] (b. 1913 d. 1991 a. 1936-1948)   saxophone, bandleader
  Barnett, John Manley (b. 1917)   conductor, piano
  Barnett, Wallace H. (b. 1916)   music educator, flute
  Baromeo, Chase (b. 1892 d. 1973)   bass
  Baron, Maurice (b. 1889 d. 1964)   composer
  Barova, Mari (b. 1909)   opera and concert mezzo-soprano and contralto
  Barr, George Francis (b. 1912)   librettist, organ
  Barr, Sybil S. [Sylvia] (b. 1921)   music educator, dancing teacher
  Barraclough, Henry (b. 1891)   hymnologist, organ
  Barraja, Enrico (b. 1885)   composer, teacher of singing
  Barraud, Henry (b. 1900)   composer
  Barrett, Herbert (b. 1910)   concert manager, publicist
  Barris, Chester (b. 1898 d. 1956)   concert pianist
  Barron, Blue (b. 1911 a. 1938-1951)   bandleader
  Barron, Robert Louis (b. 1897)   violin, conductor
  Barrow, Robert George (b. 1911)   music educator, choir conductor
  Barry, Tara (b. 1918)   soprano
  Bart, Jan (b. 1919)   tenor, entertainer
  Barth, Hans (d. 1956)   piano, composer
  Bartholomew, Marshall Moore (b. 1885 d. 1978)   arranger, composer
  Bartholomew, Wilmer T. [Tillett] (b. 1902)   conductor, organ
  Barton, Mary Jane (b. 1911)   harp
  Barzin, Leon (Eugene) (b. 1900)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Basie, [William] (b. 1904 d. 1984)   bandleader, composer
  Bass, Clifton (b. 1925)   conductor, opera producer
  Bassermann, Hans (b. 1888)   violin
  Bassman, George (b. 1914)   arranger, composer
  Bates, Mona Hazelwood (b. 1889 d. 1971)   piano, teacher
  Batey, Irma Lee (b. 1898)   music educator, teacher of singing
  Batson, Thelma Armita   music educator, soprano
  Baudendistel, Kathryn Margaret (b. 1918)   music educator
  Bauer, Billy [William Henry] (b. 1915)   guitar, jazz guitar
  Bauer, Harold (b. 1873 d. 1951)   Klavier, pianiste
  Bauer, Marion (b. 1887 d. 1955)   composer, teacher
  Bauer, Walter Kaye (b. 1899)   mandolin, composer
  Baum, Kurt (b. 1908 d. 1989)   tenor, vocals
  Baumbach, Carl Christian (b. 1903)   music educator, choral director
  Bautista, Julian (b. 1901 d. 1961)   composer
  Bax, Arnold (Edward Trevor) (b. 1883 d. 1953)   composer, musicisti
  Bay, Victor (b. 1901)   conductor, violin
  Baylor, Hugh Murray (b. 1913)   music educator, composer
  Beal, Eula (b. 1919)   contralto
  Beardsley, Alice Gene (b. 1921)   music educator, violin
  Beattie, John Walter (b. 1885)   music educator, writer
  Beavers, Lula Mae Smith (b. 1903)   music educator, contralto
  Bechet, Sidney (Joseph) (b. 1897 d. 1959)   clarinet, saxophone
  Becker, Angela [Landzetteel]   composer, piano
  Becker, Gustav Louis (b. 1861 d. 1959)   piano, composer
  Becker, Julius Adrian (b. 1929)   organ, piano
  Becker, Rene-Louis (b. 1882 d. 1956)   composer, organ
  Beckhelm, Paul (b. 1906)   music educator, administrator
  Bedell, Robert Leech (b. 1909)   composer, organ
  Bedford, Reginald (b. 1909)   duo pianist, teacher
  Beecham, Thomas (b. 1879 d. 1961)   conductor, Dirigent
  Behr, Jan (b. 1911)   conductor
  Behrend, Jeanne (b. 1911 d. 1988)   composer, piano
  Behrend, William (b. 1861 d. 1940)   music educator, critic
  Behrens, F.W. Rudolf [Frederick William] (b. 1896)   music educator, conductor
  Behrens, Harry Robert (b. 1895)   violin, music educator
  Behymer, L.E. [Lynden Ellsworth] (b. 1862 d. 1947)   impresario, entertainer
  Bellah, Donald W. (b. 1915)   music educator, organ
  Bellamann, Henry (b. 1882 d. 1945)   author, piano
  Belle, Barbara (b. 1922)   folksinger, songwriter
  Bellini, Teala [Elsie]   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Bement, Gwynn S. (b. 1895)   music educator, choral director
  Beneke, Tex [Gordon] (b. 1914 a. 1946-1949)   tenor saxophone, singer
  Benfield, Warren A. (b. 1913)   double bass, music educator
  Bennett, Boyd Frederick Chambers (b. 1905)   alto horn, string bass
  Bennett, Elsie Margaret (b. 1919)   accordionist, arranger
  Bennett, Robert Russell (b. 1894 d. 1981)   arranger, composer
  Benson, Ivy (b. 1913 d. 1993)   alto sax, dance and stage orchestra leader
  Bentley, L. Estelle (b. 1903)   music educator, soprano
  Benzell, Mimi (b. 1922 d. 1970)   cast, soprano
  Berezovsky, Nicolai Tikhonovich (b. 1900 d. 1953)   composer, Komponist
  Berg, Wilfred J. (b. 1917)   music educator, piano
  Bergendahl, Florence (b. 1902)   music educator, soprano
  Berger, Arthur Victor (b. 1912)   composer, critic
  Bergethon, Bjornar [William] (b. 1904)   music educator, piano
  Bergh, Arthur (b. 1882 d. 1962)   violin, composer
  Berglund, Joel (Ingemar) (b. 1903)   bass-baritone, sanger
  Bergsma, William Laurence (b. 1921)   composer, teacher
  Berkley, Harold (b. 1896 d. 1965 a. 1921-1922)   violin, conductor
  Berlin, Irving (b. 1888 d. 1989)   cast, composer
  Bernette, Yara (b. 1920)   piano
  Bernstein, Jacob (b. 1903)   cello
  Bernstein, Leonard (b. 1918 d. 1990)   composer, conductor
  Bernstein, Martin (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Berryman, Cecil Wells (b. 1888)   piano, teacher
  Bertram, William F. (b. 1891)   composer, organ
  Best, Clarence Jules (b. 1908)   music educator, trumpeter
  Betscher, Alma   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Beveridge, Lowell Pierson (b. 1905 d. 1991)   choir conductor, organ
  Beversdorf, Thomas [Samuel Thomas] (b. 1924 d. 1981)   composer
  Bianca, Sondra (b. 1930)   concert pianist, piano
  Bianchino, Joseph (b. 1925)   publisher
  Bianco, Anthony (b. 1917)   bass violist
  Biard, Harrelll Carlton (b. 1900)   choir conductor, teacher
  Bigelow, Arthur Lynds (a. 1932)   bellmaster
  Bigelow, Earl Raymond (b. 1906)   music educator, piano
  Biggs, E. Power [Edward George Power] (b. 1906 d. 1977)   organ, pedal harpsichord
  Biggs, Richard Keys (b. 1886 d. 1962)   organ
  Bilbro, Anne Mathilde (b. 1880)   composer, piano teacher
  Billing, Klaus (b. 1910)   concert pianist, Klavier
  Bilotta, Rudolph (b. 1913)   music educator, band director
  Bilstin, Yury (b. 1887 d. 1947)   cello, composer
  Binder, Abraham Wolfe (b. 1895 d. 1966)   composer
  Bing, Rudolf (b. 1902)   opera impresario
  Binkley, Florence Fender   piano, composer
  Birchard, Clarence C. (b. 1866 d. 1946)   publisher
  Birge, Edward Bailey (b. 1868 d. 1952)   educator, conductor
  Bishop, Adelaide (b. 1928)   cast, soprano
  Biviano, Joseph (b. 1910)   accordionist
  Bjorling, Jussi [Johann Jonata] (b. 1911 d. 1960)   sanger, tenor
  Black, Frederick Lee (b. 1906)   teacher, journalist
  Blackwelder, Martin L. (b. 1909)   band director, music educator
  Blain, Albert Valdes (b. 1921)   classical guitar, music educator
  Blakeslee, Earle Bevington (b. 1913)   music educator, choir conductor
  Blanchard, William Godwin (b. 1905)   music educator, organ
  Blarowski, Gregory Igor (b. 1905)   president of the National Society of Music and Art
  Blind, Emmet Earl (b. 1903)   music educator, writer
  Blitzstein, Marc (b. 1905 d. 1964)   author, cast
  Bloch, Alexander (b. 1881 d. 1983)   violin, teacher
  Bloch, Ernest (b. 1880)   composer, compositore
  Bloch, Henry F. (b. 1921)   opera coach, conductor
  Bloch, Suzanne (b. 1907)   lute, luth
  Bloch, Walter H. (b. 1902)   music educator, cello
  Bloomfield, Theodore Robert (b. 1923)   conductor, piano
  Blosch, Charles H. (b. 1916)   music educator, tenor
  Boals, L.R. (b. 1878)   bass, editor
  Bobbbit, Wilkse Stoudenmire (b. 1911)   music educator, violin
  Bobri, Vladimir (b. 1898 d. 1986)   guitar, editor
  Boda, John (b. 1922)   composer, conductor
  Boelza, Igor (b. 1904)   composer, musicologist
  Boguslawski, Lillian   piano, composer
  Boguslawski, Moissaye (b. 1888 d. 1944)   music school executive, teacher
  Bogzester, William   cantor, teacher
  Bojanowski, Jerzy (b. 1893)   conductor
  Bomar, Ann   mezzo-soprano
  Bomford, Ruth Payne (b. 1903)   music educator
  Bomhard, Moritz (b. 1908 a. 1939-1940)   conductor, arranger
  Bonacio, Bennie (b. 1903 d. 1974)   composer, saxophone
  Bonade, Daniel (b. 1896)   clarinet, principal
  Bonelli, Richard (b. 1887 d. 1980)   baritone, vocals
  Boots, Frederic Wallace (b. 1922)   music educator, french horn
  Borge, Victor (b. 1909)   piano, entertainer
  Bornor, J. Erwine (b. 1893)   music educator, violin
  Borowski, Felix (b. 1872 d. 1956)   composer, critic
  Borren, Charles (Jean Eugene) (b. 1874 d. 1966)   musicologist
  Bostic, Earl [Eugene Earl] (b. 1913 d. 1965)   alto saxophone
  Bothne, Agnes Marie (b. 1898)   music educator, soprano
  Bothwell, Johnny A. (b. 1919)   alto sax, tenor sax
  Bottorff, O.O. [Orville Oris] (b. 1896)   concert manager
  Boulanger, Nadia (Juliette) (b. 1887 d. 1979)   piano, teacher
  Boult, Adrian (Cedric) (b. 1889 d. 1983)   conductor
  Bourgin, Dorothy Crost (b. 1912)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Boutnikoff, Ivan (b. 1893)   conductor, composer
  Bowden, Iola (b. 1904)   music educator, piano
  Bowers, Mabel (b. 1905)   music educator, teacher of the mentally retarted
  Bowler, Eva (a. 1926)   soprano
  Bowler, Ruth Anna Thomas (b. 1919)   piano, piano teacher
  Bowles, Ira Renay (b. 1916)   choir conductor, music educator
  Bowles, Paul Frederic (b. 1910)   composer, writer
  Bowman, Euday L. (b. 1887 d. 1949)   composer, piano
  Boyd, Anna Tomlinson (b. 1879)   piano, teacher
  Boyd, Maurice O. (b. 1911)   music educator, administrator
  Boyd, Silas L. (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Boyden, David Dodge (b. 1910)   musicologist, music educator
  Boyle, George F. (b. 1886 d. 1948)   concert pianist, concert pianist
  Bradley, Karl (b. 1903)   publisher
  Braggiotti, Mario (b. 1909)   cast, composer
  Brailowsky, Alexander (b. 1896 d. 1976)   pianista, pianiste
  Brainina, Balbina (b. 1911 d. 1951)   concert pianist
  Braley, Lucile (b. 1886)   music educator, choir conductor
  Bran, Mary   impresario, concert manager
  Brand, Erick D. (b. 1897)  
  Brand, Guido (b. 1910)   violin, teacher
  Brandts Buys, Hans (Sebastiaan) (b. 1905 d. 1959)   musicologist, harpsichord
  Branscombe, Gena (b. 1881 d. 1977)   music educator, composer
  Bransford, Mallory Watkins (b. 1919)   music educator, organ
  Brant, Henry Dreyfus (b. 1913)   composer
  Branzell, Karin (Maria) (b. 1891)   alt~, contralto
  Brendler, Charles (b. 1898 d. 1965)   composer, bandmaster
  Brennan, J. Kiern (b. 1873 d. 1948)   additional Lyrics, composer
  Brent, Harry (b. 1906)   theater manager, agent
  Brereton, Robert (Langdon) (b. 1922)   concert pianist
  Breton, Phillipe (b. 1916)   piano, composer
  Brett, Elsie   piano teacher, composer
  Brewer, Richard Harding (b. 1921)   music educator, choir conductor
  Breyn, Sylvan (b. 1900)   concert pianist, teacher
  Brice, Carol (Lovette Hawkins) (b. 1918 d. 1985)   cast, contralto
  Bricht, Walter (b. 1904 d. 1970)   piano, composer
  Bricken, Carl Ernest (b. 1898 d. 1971)   composer, piano
  Brico, Antonia (b. 1902 d. 1989)   conductor, Dirigent
  Briggs, George Wright (b. 1910)   piano, arranger
  Briggs, John (b. 1916 d. 1990)   journalist, piano
  Brightwell, James Richard (b. 1920)   music educator, trombone
  Brink, Robert (b. 1924)   concert violinist, music educator
  Brinson, Rosemary Greene (b. 1917)   music educator, contralto
  Briscoe, Robert (b. 1917)   music educator, contral
  Bristol, Frederick (b. 1896)   music educator, piano
  Britain, Radie (b. 1908)   composer
  Britten, Benjamin [Eduard Benjamin] (b. 1913)   composer, Komponist
  Britton, Elizabeth (b. 1892)   organ, teacher
  Broadhead, Edward Hall (b. 1910)   organ, teacher
  Brobston, Martha Elisabeth (b. 1893)   piano teacher, accompanist
  Brokaw, Margaret Louis (b. 1925)   music educator, flute
  Brokenshire, James Arthur (b. 1916)   arranger, composer
  Bronson, Howard C. (b. 1889 d. 1960)   clarinet, bandmaster
  Broom, John Joseph Willard (b. 1917)   music educator, flute
  Brott, Alexander (b. 1915)   composer, conductor
  Brown, A. Seymour (b. 1884 d. 1947)   librettist, song lyricist
  Brown, Anne (b. 1915)   cast, interprete
  Brown, Barbara Jean (b. 1927)   music educator, cello
  Brown, Eddy (b. 1895 d. 1974)   concert violinist, violin
  Brown, Glenn Earl (b. 1913)   music educator, percussion
  Brown, H. Arthur (b. 1906)   violin, conductor
  Brown, Harold (b. 1909)   violin, composer
  Brown, Howard Franklin (b. 1912)   music educator, conductor
  Brown, Laura (b. 1896)   piano teacher, music theorist
  Brown, Nacio Herb (b. 1896 d. 1964)   composer, lyricist
  Brown, Oren Lathrop (b. 1909)   music educator, violin
  Browne, Hermina Ola (b. 1902)   music therapist, soprano
  Browne, Walter Ricahrd (b. 1902)   tenor
  Browning, Lloyd Neff (b. 1902)   piano, accompanist
  Browning, Lucielle (b. 1913)   contralto, vocals
  Brownson, Marcella Kingg (b. 1907)   organ, soprano
  Bruder, Joseph (b. 1900)   zither
  Bruggman, Joseph Edward (b. 1917)   music educator, trumpeter
  Brummer, Andre Serly (b. 1916)   conductor, composer
  Bruno, Howard Woodrow (b. 1915)   DRR~, vibraphone
  Brunold, Paul (b. 1875 d. 1948)   french horn, organ
  Bryant, Nora Crowelll (b. 1892~)   music educator, soprano
  Bryant, William Henry (b. 1879)   teacher, conductor
  Buchanan, Annabel Morris (b. 1888 d. 1983)   composer
  Buchanan, Gillian   music educator, piano
  Buchanan, Walter (b. 1907)   music educator, choir conductor
  Bucken, Ernst (b. 1884 d. 1949)   musicologist, music educator
  Buenaventura y Buenaventura, Oscar (b. 1923)   composer
  Buhrman, T. Scott (b. 1887)   organ, author
  Buketoff, Igor (b. 1915)   conductor, writer
  Bukofzer, Manfred Fritz (b. 1910 d. 1955)   musicologist
  Bull, Inez Stewart (b. 1920)   soprano, piano
  Bull, Storm (b. 1913)   music educator, concert pianist
  Bullock, Lewis Sidney (b. 1910)   choir conductor, conductor
  Bullock, Walter (b. 1907 d. 1953)   librettist, lyricist
  Bump, Mary (b. 1922)   music educator, contralto
  Bunch, Glenn Ervin (b. 1922)   piano, accompanist
  Bundy, George M. (b. 1886 d. 1951)   instrument maker, clarinet
  Burchenal, Elizabeth (a. 1902)   writer, teacher of folk dance
  Burco, Feruccio (b. 1939)   conductor, piano
  Burgess, Eveline (b. 1887)   music educator, teacher
  Burgin, Richard (b. 1892 d. 1981)   violin, conductor
  Burgoyne, Lois Evelyn (b. 1917)   music educator, piano
  Burkat, Leonard (b. 1919 d. 1992)   librarian, administrator
  Burke, James Francis (b. 1923 d. 1981)   cornet, conductor
  Burkhalter, Noah Lawurence (b. 1920)   music educator, violin
  Burkhard, Willy (b. 1900 d. 1955)   composer, Komposition
  Burkholder, Daniel Clive (b. 1914)   music educator, choral director
  Burleigh, Cecil (b. 1885 d. 1980)   composer, violin
  Burn, Winifred (b. 1909)   piano, piano teacher
  Burnett, Ernie (b. 1884 d. 1959)   composer, piano
  Burnette, Smiley (b. 1911 d. 1967)   comedian, songwriter
  Burrows, Clyde (b. 1891)   baritone, teacher of singing
  Burrows, Raymond Murdock (b. 1905)   piano, teacher
  Burt, Millard (b. 1917)   band director, music educator
  Burton, Nat (b. 1901 d. 1945)   song lyricist
  Busch, Adolf Georg Wilhelm (b. 1891 d. 1952)   compositore, dat. [=?]
  Busch, Fritz Ludwig Wilhelm (b. 1890 d. 1951)   chef d'orchestre, conductor
  Busch, Hermann (b. 1897 d. 1975)   cello
  Busche, Henry (b. 1913)   music educator, baritone
  Bush, Helen Evelyn (b. 1903)   musicologist, librettist
  Bush, Martin W. (b. 1888)   organ, choir conductor
  Buta, Lucile Clara (b. 1906)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Buttelman, Clifford Vincent (b. 1886)   music educator
  Butterfield, Billy [Charles William] (b. 1917 d. 1988 a. 1943-1946)   trumpet, trumpeter
  Butterfield, Walter H. (b. 1877 d. 1950)   music educator
  Buys, Peter (b. 1881 d. 1964 a. 1912)   composer, arranger
  Byerly, Edward Francis (b. 1911)   music educator, violin
  Byers, Charles Albert (b. 1922)   music educator, tenor
  Byers, Roxana Weihe (b. 1898 a. 1927)   composer, concert pianist
  Bynum, Raymond Tapley (b. 1906)   band director
  Caceres, Emilio (b. 1906)   jazz violin, violin
  Cadek, Ottokar Theodore (b. 1897)   violin, teacher
  Cady, Dale Leamon (b. 1905)   music educator, tenor banjo
  Cadzow, Dorothy Forrest (b. 1916)   composer, arranger
  Cage, John (b. 1912 d. 1992)   composer, direttore d'orchestra
  Cailliet, Lucien (b. 1891 d. 1984)   clarinet, composer
  Cain, Noble (b. 1896 d. 1977)   choral director, composer
  Calapai, Delia (a. 1933)   concert pianist
  Caldicott, Edward (b. 1914)   tenor
  Caldwell, Ivan Chester (b. 1908)   music educator, tenor
  Caldwell, John Thompson (b. 1888~)   music educator, choral director
  Caldwell, John Thompson (b. 1908)  
  Caldwell, Lily May   music editor
  Call, Audrey (b. 1905)   concert violinist, composer
  Callaway, Harriet Alice (b. 1911)   music educator, piano
  Callin, Owen Prentice (b. 1911)   music critic
  Calloway, Cab [Cabell] (b. 1907 a. 1930-1945)   bandleader, cast
  Cambourakis, Nicos [Nicolas Theodore] (b. 1910 a. 1923)   violin, conductor
  Campbell, LeRoy Brotzman (b. 1873)   music educator, writer on music
  Campbell, Roy (b. 1896)   director, music educator
  Campbell, Ruth Alice (b. 1921)   contralto, song stylist
  Campbell, Sanford Brunson (b. 1884 d. 1952)   RPT~, writer on music
  Campbell-Watson, Frank (b. 1898)   composer, editor
  Campoli, Alfredo (b. 1906 d. 1991)   violin
  Canby, Edward Tatnall (b. 1912)   critic, radio commentator
  Candell, Thomas P. (b. 1909)   composer, arranger
  Candrix, Fud [Alfons] (b. 1908 d. 1974)   tenor saxophone, violin
  Cantrick, Robert Birdsall (b. 1917)   music educator, critic
  Capurso, Alexander (b. 1910)   music school director
  Carabo-Cone, Madeleine (b. 1915)   concert violinist, lecturer
  Carapetyan, Caro M. (b. 1904)   music educator, choral director
  Cardwell, Amelia (b. 1913)   soprano, teacher
  Careey, Kathryn Mildred (b. 1902)   music educator, piano
  Carey, Milburn Ernest (b. 1912)   conductor, choir conductor
  Carle, Frankie (b. 1903)   piano, arranger
  Carmichael, Hoagy [Hoagland Howard] (b. 1899 d. 1981)   composer, cornet
  Carnes, Rex Vickery (b. 1922)   music educator, baritone
  Carney, Harry (Howell) (b. 1910 d. 1974)   baritone sax, clarinet
  Carney, Ruth (b. 1906)   music educator, piano
  Carneyro, Claudio (b. 1895 d. 1963)   composer
  Carneyro, Katherine (b. 1899)   violin, music columnist
  Carpenter, John Alden (b. 1876 d. 1951)   composer
  Carpenter, Lillian   concert organizer, church organist
  Carre, John F. (b. 1894)   piano, composer
  Carreiro, Theo Stone (b. 1905)   bass-baritone, teacher
  Carrillo-Trujillo, Julian (Antonio) (b. 1875 d. 1965)   composer, musicisti
  Carter, Alan (b. 1904 d. 1975)   conductor, teacher
  Carter, Elwyn Floyd (b. 1913)   bass-baritone
  Carter, Ernest Trow (b. 1866 d. 1953)   choral director, composer
  Carter, Paulena Elizabeth (b. 1930)   piano
  Carter, Robert (b. 1915)   music educator, adjudicator
  Carter, Russell (b. 1881)   organ, composer
  Caruth, William B. (b. 1914)   music educator, conductor
  Carvalho, Eleazar (b. 1912)   composer, Dirigent
  Carver, David Dove (b. 1903)   baritone
  Carver, Wayman (Alexander) (b. 1905 d. 1967)   clarinet, flute
  Casadesus, Robert (Marcel)   Klavier, pianista
  Casals, Pablo (b. 1876 d. 1973)   cello, interprete
  Casanova, Felipe (b. 1898)   composer, lyricist
  Cascarino, Romeo (b. 1922)   music educator, composer
  Case, Harriet (a. 1893)   soprano, teacher of singing
  Casey, Olive (b. 1899)   music educator, piano teacher
  Cash, Owen C. (b. 1892)   baritone, violin
  Castagnetta, Grace Sharp   piano, composer
  Castelloe, Dorothe   music educator, choral director
  Castellucci, Louis (b. 1904)   conductor, composer
  Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario (b. 1895)   composer, compositore
  Caston, Saul (b. 1901 d. 1970)   conductor, trumpet
  Cate, Harold Webster (b. 1884)   composer
  Catsiff, Oscar (b. 1903)   arranger of vocal orchestrations, piano
  Cavalieri, Lina (b. 1874 d. 1944)   chanteur, soprano
  Cavallaro, Alfonso (b. 1904)   music educator, violin
  Cavally, Robert (b. 1908)   flute, composer
  Cavanaugh, Dave [David Daniel] (b. 1919)   danceband leader, sax
  Cayting, Alfred Stanley (b. 1898)   music educator, violin
  Ccascio, Carmelo (b. 1907)   piano, lecturer
  Cerny, Harold Earl (b. 1907)   conductor, music educator
  Cesana, Otto (b. 1899 d. 1980)   orchestrator, popular composer
  Chajes, Julius (b. 1910 d. 1985 a. 1950)   composer, piano
  Challis, John (b. 1907 d. 1974)   harpsichord maker
  Chaloff, Julius Louis (b. 1892)   piano, composer
  Chaloff, Serge (b. 1923 d. 1957)   alto sax, baritone sax
  Chambers, James (b. 1920 d. 1989)   french horn, horn
  Chamlee, Mario (b. 1892 d. 1966)   tenor
  Chamlee, Ruth Miller (d. 1983)   soprano
  Chapman, Charles T. (b. 1904)   carillon, carilloneur
  Chapple, Stanley (b. 1900)   conductor, Dirigent
  Charles, Ernest (b. 1895)   piano, song composer
  Charmbury, Walter (b. 1887)   piano, teacher
  Chase, Gilbert (b. 1906 d. 1992)   music historian, critic
  Chasins, Abram (b. 1903 d. 1987)   piano, writer
  Chavez y Ramirez, Carlos (Antonio de Padua) (b. 1899)   composer, conductor
  Chenette, Edward Stephen (b. 1895 d. 1963)   conductor, writer
  Chenoweth, Gene Victor (b. 1911)   administrator, violin
  Chenoweth, Wilbur Rossiter (b. 1899)   piano, organ
  Cherrier, Alexandre (b. 1897)   dramatic tenor, conductor
  Cheslock, Louis (b. 1898 d. 1981)   composer, violin
  Chesnut, Lora Perry (b. 1888)   organ, composer
  Chew, Grace Pauline (b. 1898)   teacher, soprano
  Cheyette, Irving (b. 1904)   music educator, arranger
  Chiappinelli, Agnes C. (b. 1921)   music educator, organ
  Chidester, Lawrence William (b. 1906)   composer, arranger
  Chisholm, George (b. 1915)   trombone, celeste
  Chisholm, Thomas (b. 1866 d. 1960)   hymn writer
  Choate, Robert (b. 1910)   music educator
  Chotzinoff, Samuel (b. 1889 d. 1964)   piano, critic
  Christian, Olaf (b. 1901 d. 1984 a. 1938)   choir conductor
  Christiansen, Frederick Melius (b. 1871 d. 1955 a. 1888)   conductor, music educator
  Christiansen, Paul J. (b. 1914)   composer, choir conductor
  Christmann, Arthur Henry (b. 1908)   clarinet, organ
  Christopher, George Addinson (b. 1910)   music educator, tenor
  Christy, June (b. 1925 d. 1990 a. 1953)   jazz singer, vocals
  Christy, Van A. (b. 1900)   choir conductor, arranger
  Church, Kathryn (b. 1908)   music educator, administrator
  Church, Norval L. (b. 1896)   music educator, conductor
  Church, Richard Cassins (b. 1907)   music educator, conductor
  Churchill, Savannah (b. 1919 d. 1974 a. 1947)   jazz singer, vocals
  Cimara, Pietro (b. 1887 d. 1967)   composer, maestro sostituto
  Cimera, Jaroslav [Jerry] (b. 1889)   trombone
  Clancy, Elizabeth Reye (b. 1887)   music educator, soprano
  Clapp, Eva Frances (b. 1925)   concert lyric sop, music educator
  Clapp, Philip Greeley (b. 1888 d. 1954)   composer, teacher
  Clark, Doris Mae (b. 1892)   music educator, organ
  Clark, Melville Anton (b. 1883)   harp, harp maker
  Clark, Robert Arthur Menge (b. 1927)   music educator, choir conductor
  Clarke, Robert Reynolds (b. 1907)   organ
  Cleave, Howard Earl (b. 1919)   music educator, trumpeter
  Clement, Ada (b. 1878)   piano, teacher
  Cleophas, Gertrud (a. 1909)   concert pianist, teacher
  Cleveland, Harriette Elizabeth (b. 1899)   music educator, administrator
  Clifton, Chalmers Dancy (b. 1889 d. 1966)   conductor, composer
  Cline, Kathryn Terrell (b. 1911)   music educator, piano
  Cline, Sarah Yancey (b. 1884)   soprano, conductor
  Clinton, Larry (b. 1909 d. 1985)   arranger, trombone
  Clokey, Joseph Waddell (b. 1890 d. 1961)   organ, composer
  Clough, John T. (b. 1897)   choir conductor, teacher of singing
  Clutcher, Ruth (b. 1895)   piano, organ
  Cochrane, Walter Earl (b. 1923)   clarinet, music educator
  Coffey, John W. (b. 1907 d. 1981)   trombone
  Coffin, Berton [Roscoe Berton] (b. 1910 d. 1987)   music educator, writer
  Coffman, Lillian Craig (b. 1867)   piano, organ
  Cohen, Ethel S. (b. 1895)   piano, musicologist
  Cohen, Harriet (d. 1967)   piano, pianoforte
  Cohen, Waldo E. (b. 1910)   conductor, cello
  Cohn, Arthur (b. 1910)   composer, author
  Cole, Buddy [Edwin Lemar] (b. 1916 d. 1964)   popular pianist, arranger
  Cole, Edgar Burton (b. 1911)   music educator, flute
  Cole, Grace (b. 1924)   trumpeter, piano
  Cole, Joseph Dubois (b. 1912)   baritone, piano
  Cole, Lorenza (b. 1906)   music educator, concert pianist
  Cole, Lucius Sylvanus (b. 1878)   violin
  Cole, Nat King (b. 1917 d. 1965)   composer, lyricist
  Cole, Rossetter Gleason (b. 1866 d. 1952)   composer, organ
  Cole, Ulric (b. 1905)   composer
  Coleman, Charles William (b. 1911)   music educator, piano
  Coleman, Harry M. (b. 1906)   baritone, publicity counsel
  Coleman, Satis Narrona (b. 1878)   teacher, writer
  Collar, Helen LaVerne (b. 1900)   music educator
  Collingwood, Lawrence Arthur (b. 1887)   composer, conductor
  Collins, Anthony (Vincent Benedictus) (b. 1893 d. 1963)   conductor, viola
  Collins, John Alexander (b. 1914)   piano, vibraharp
  Colonna, Jerry [Gerard] (b. 1904)   cast, composer
  Colton, Winfred Rufus (b. 1879)   violin, conductor
  Combelle, Alix (b. 1912 d. 1978)   clarinet, tenor sax
  Comel, Nino (b. 1902)   conductor, composer
  Como, Perry (b. 1912 a. 1943)   song stylist, vocals
  Condon, Eddie [Albert Edwin] (b. 1905 d. 1973)   banjo, guitar
  Cone, Edward Toner (b. 1917)   composer, theorist
  Confer, Harold Swartz (b. 1911)   music educator, administrator
  Confrey, Zez (b. 1895 d. 1971)   composer, piano
  Congdon, Ragnhild (b. 1888~)   lyric soprano, teacher
  Conklin, Louise Ward (b. 1890)   music educator
  Conley, Eugene (b. 1908 d. 1981)   tenor, vocals
  Connette, Earle (b. 1910)   music educator, administrator
  Cook, Harold Eugene (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Cook, Ronald Warburton (b. 1906)   piano, organ
  Cooke, Frederick Paterson (b. 1895)   music educator, conductor
  Cooke, James Francis (b. 1875)   music educator, author
  Cookson, Frank Barton (b. 1912)   music educator, editor
  Coolidge, Arlan Ralph (b. 1902)   violin, conductor
  Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague [Elizabeth Penn Sprague] (b. 1864 d. 1953)   music patron
  Coombs, Charles Whitney (b. 1859 d. 1940)   organ, composer
  Coon, Leland Avery (b. 1892)   music educator, administrator
  Cooper, Coleeman (b. 1910)   conductor, music educator
  Cooper, Louise Merrill (b. 1879)   mezzo-soprano
  Cooper, Matthias Richards (b. 1906)   organ, teacher
  Copeland, H.H. (b. 1915)   band director, trumpeter
  Copland, Aaron (b. 1900)   composer, Dirigent
  Corbet, August (Louis Marcel) (b. 1907 d. 1964)   musicologist, art historian
  Cording, Edward A. (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Cordon, Norman (b. 1904 d. 1963)   bass-baritone, bass
  Corigliano, John (b. 1901 d. 1975)   violin
  Cortot, Alfred (Denis) (b. 1877 d. 1962)   Klavier, pianista
  Cory, Philip Braden (b. 1907)   music educator, piano
  Coryell, May Macdonald Hope   piano, teacher
  Coslow, Sam (b. 1902 d. 1982)   composer, lyricist
  Cotlow, Marilyn (b. 1924)   soprano, vocals
  Cotton, Edith Mary (b. 1897)   music educator, piano
  Cotton, Marian E. (b. 1885)   music educator
  Couper, Mildred (b. 1887 a. 1915)   composer
  Covert, Robert William (b. 1923)   danceband leader, radio musical director
  Cowell, Henry (Dixon) (b. 1897 d. 1965)   composer, Komposition
  Cox, Clarence Miller (b. 1889)   music educator, violin teacher
  Cox, Grady (b. 1896)   music educator, piano
  Cox, Henry Givin (b. 1879)   violin, music educator
  Cox, Margaret (b. 1900)   mezzo-soprano
  Cox, Philip Westcote Lawrence (b. 1910)   music educator, french horn
  Crabb, Rebecca Vaughn (b. 1912)   music educator, church organist
  Craft, Marcella (b. 1880 d. 1959)   soprano
  Craft, Robert (b. 1923)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Craighead, David (b. 1924)   organ, editor
  Crandall, Nella A. (b. 1882)   organ, piano
  Cranston, Albert Milton (b. 1904)   basso, teacher of singing
  Crawford, Robert McArthur (b. 1899 d. 1961)   baritone, conductor
  Crescenti, Pasquale (b. 1895)   conductor, composer
  Cressy, Ruth Elizabeth Butler (b. 1897)   music educator, soprano
  Creston, Paul (b. 1906 d. 1985)   composer, musicisti
  Criden, Robert Harry (b. 1924)   music educator, tenor
  Crist, Bainbridge (b. 1883 d. 1969)   composer, music educator
  Crittenden, Ray Howard (b. 1892)   baritone, teacher of singing
  Crosby, Bing (b. 1904 d. 1977)   singer
  Crosby, Israel (Clem) (b. 1919 d. 1962)   string bass
  Crosten, William Loran (b. 1909)   musicologist
  Crowder, John Batte (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Crowder, Louis Lomelino (b. 1907)   concert pianist, music educator
  Crum, Edward S. (b. 1915)   organ, teacher
  Cugat, Xavier (b. 1900 d. 1990 a. 1935-1949)   orchestra, violin
  Cummins, Annie Blair Titman (b. 1867)   organ, piano
  Cunningham, Esther Abels (b. 1911)   music educator, piano teacher
  Cunningham, Virginia (b. 1910)   librarian
  Cupp, Walter Henry (b. 1914)   music educator, baritone
  Curbelo, Jose (b. 1917)   piano
  Curci, Gennaro Mario (b. 1886)   bass, musicista
  Currier, Ethel Rita (b. 1927)   music educator, trumpeter
  Curry, Hugh J. (b. 1911 d. 1986)   leader of the U.S. Army Band
  Curry, W. Lawrence (b. 1906 d. 1966)  
  Curtis-Verna, Mary (Virginia) (b. 1921)   soprano, music educator
  Curtiss, Marie Joy (b. 1907)   choir conductor, soprano
  Curzon, Clifford (Michael) (b. 1907 d. 1982)   Klavier, piano
  Cykler, Edmund A. (b. 1903)   music educator, conductor
  Czerwonky, Richard Rudolph (b. 1886 d. 1949)   violin, conductor
  Dale, Jimmy (b. 1901)   arranger, piano
  Dale, Ted (b. 1910)   conductor, orchestra
  Dale, William H. (b. 1911 a. 1949)   music educator, basso
  Dame, Donald Grant (b. 1917 d. 1952)   tenor, vocals
  Damiani, Leo George (b. 1914)   conductor, violin
  Damrosch, Walter (Johannes) (b. 1862 d. 1950)   composer, conductor
  Damson, Frank George (b. 1888)   music educator, administrator
  Danek, Victor Bartholomew (b. 1914)   music educator, violin
  Daniel, Cyrus Chrisley (b. 1900)   music educator, composer
  Daniel, Oliver (b. 1911 d. 1990)   musicologist
  Danielson, Lyler Richard (b. 1927)   music educator, piano
  Danni, Doris Lee (b. 1927)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Darcy, Neyna Colomo (b. 1911)   contralto, guitar
  Darcy, Thomas Francis (b. 1895 d. 1968)   military musician, bandmaster
  Dardanelle (b. 1917)   song stylist, instrumentalist
  Darnell, Grace Leeds   teacher, organ
  Darvas, Franz (b. 1889 a. 1925)   piano, teacher
  Dasch, George (b. 1877 d. 1955)   violin, conductor
  Dasher, James A. (b. 1897)   organ, choral director
  Davenport, Pembroke Mortimer (b. 1911 d. 1985)   composer, conductor
  David, Annie Louise (b. 1877 d. 1960)   harp, piano
  Davidson, Frances Elizabeth (b. 1911)   music educator, piano
  Davidson, Harold P. (b. 1908)   music educator, baritone
  Davidson, Ray Vertnor (b. 1922)   baritone saxophone
  Davies, Ruth Davis (b. 1907)   music educator, choral director
  Davis, Alan Benjamin (b. 1885)   music educator, musicologist
  Davis, Arnold (b. 1923)   librarian, musicologist
  Davis, Glenn (b. 1914)   organist for Skating Rhythm Records, marimba
  Davis, Grace B. (a. 1923)   piano, organ
  Davis, Miles (Dewey) (b. 1926 d. 1991)   piano, tromba
  Davis, Vernon Perdue (b. 1919)   music educator, composer
  Davison, Archibald Thompson (b. 1883 d. 1961)   music educator, choir conductor
  Dawson, William Levi (b. 1899 d. 1990)   composer, conductor
  De Franco, Buddy [Boniface Ferdinand Leonardo] (b. 1923)   clarinet
  De la Fuente, James (b. 1913)   concert violinist
  De Luca, Giuseppe (b. 1876 d. 1950)   baritone, baritono
  De Santis, Eustachio Panfilo (b. 1891)   music educator, guitar
  De Saxe, Rudolph (b. 1905 d. 1958)   composer, orchestrator
  De Sayn, Elena (a. 1925)   concert violinist, journalist
  De Segurola, Andreas (b. 1874 d. 1953)   bass, cantante de opera
  De Vol, Frank (b. 1911)   arranger, composer
  De Young, Richard (b. 1888)   teacher of singing, baritone
  Deacon, Stanley (b. 1893)   baritone
  Decker, Jean Elizabeth (b. 1925)   music educator, choral director
  Decker, Wallace A. (b. 1920)   music educator, tenor
  Defauw, Desire (b. 1885 d. 1960)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Dejnozka, Helen Garrett (b. 1920)   music educator, organ
  Del Terzo, Emilia (b. 1913)   teacher, piano
  Delaney, Robert (Mills) (b. 1903 d. 1956)   composer
  Delaunay, Charles (b. 1911)   authority on jazz
  Della Chiesa, Vivian (b. 1915)   soprano
  Dello Joio, Norman (b. 1913)   composer, piano
  Delp, Paulina Ethel (b. 1928)   concert pianist, choreographer
  Deming, Howard Owen (b. 1922)   music educator, trumpeter
  Denniker, Paul (b. 1897)   composer, lyricist
  Dennis, Charles Maschal (b. 1889)   music educator, choir master
  Densmore, Frances (b. 1867 d. 1957)   musicologist
  Denson, Paine (b. 1882)   lawyer, hymnologist
  Der Derian, Rose Suzanne (b. 1925)   lyric-dramatic soprano
  Dessian, John Allen (b. 1924)   music educator, tenor
  Dethier, J.V. [Jean Vincent] (b. 1891)   music educator, piano teacher
  Deusinger, William F. (b. 1895)   violin, teacher
  Dewey, Malcolm Howard (b. 1881)   conductor
  Dewse, Carl Wilson (b. 1906)   baritone, teacher of singing
  Dexter, Dave (b. 1915 d. 1990)   critic, record producer
  Di Filippi, Arturo (b. 1894)   teacher of singing
  Di Filippo, Toni (b. 1924)   violin, composer
  Di Nino, Vincent Rairden (b. 1918)   composer, band director
  Di Stefano, Giuseppe (b. 1921)   interprete, sanger
  Diamond, David (Leo) (b. 1915)   composer, musicisti
  Dichter, Harry (b. 1899 d. 1977)   collector of and dealer in sheet music
  Dickenson, Vic [Victor] (b. 1906 d. 1984)   trombone, vocals
  Dickieson, George William (b. 1912)   violin
  Dickinson, Clarence (b. 1873 d. 1969)   organ, composer
  Dickinson, George Sherman (b. 1888 d. 1964)   music educator
  Dickinson, Helena Adell (Snyder) (b. 1875 d. 1957)   lecturer on the history of sacred music
  Dickinson, June McWade (b. 1924)   music patron, musicologist
  Diefenthaeler, Fleetwood Allen (b. 1888)   tenor, teacher of singing
  Dierker, Hilda Elizabeth (b. 1899)   music educator
  Dieterle, Tilli (b. 1923)   piano, accompanist
  Dilling, Mildred (b. 1894 d. 1982)   harp
  Dillon, Frances (b. 1908 d. 1967)   piano, teacher
  Dirman, Rose   concert and opera singer, teacher of singing
  Disler, Alma Anna (b. 1915)   music educator, organ
  Dittenhaver, Sarah Louise (b. 1901 d. 1973)   composer, hymnologist
  Dixon, Dean [Charles Dean] (b. 1915 d. 1976)   conductor, direttore d'orchestra
  Dixon, Mort (b. 1892 d. 1956)   lyricist
  Djanel, Lily (b. 1909)   soprano, vocals
  Dobkin, Dmitry (b. 1886)   tenor, teacher of singing
  Dohnanyi, Erno (d. 1960)   direttore, Dirigent
  Domer, Ruth Esther (b. 1920)   music educator, choral director
  Domin, Viola Lang   organ, teacher
  Donahue, Al [Albert Francis] (b. 1904 d. 1983)   bandleader, tenor sax
  Donahue, Sam (Koontz) (b. 1918 d. 1974)   tenor sax, arranger
  Donaldson, Minnie T. (b. 1904)   music educator, church organist
  Donovan, Richard Frank (b. 1891 d. 1970)   composer, organ
  Doolittle, Mary Hill (b. 1907)   cello
  Dorati, Antal (b. 1906 d. 1988)   conductor, director
  Dorian, Frederick Deutsch (b. 1902)   musicologist, critic
  Doring, Ernest Nicholas (b. 1877 d. 1955)   writer, publisher
  Dorr, William Ripley (b. 1891)   choral conductor, organ
  Dorsey, Jimmy [James Francis] (b. 1904 d. 1957)   cast, clarinet
  Dorsey, Thomas A. [Thomas Andrew] (b. 1899 d. 1993)   blues singer, piano
  Dorsey, Tommy [Thomas] (b. 1905 d. 1956)   cast, composer
  Doty, William (b. 1907)   organ, teacher
  Dounis, Demetrius Constantine (b. 1886 d. 1954)   violin, teacher
  Dovich, J.A. [John Alfred] (b. 1911)   music educator, baritone
  Dow, Margaret Whitney (a. 1912)   organ, teacher
  Downes, Olin [Edwin Olin] (b. 1886 d. 1955)   critic
  Downey, Jimmie (b. 1907)   orchestra leader, drummer
  Downey, Morton (b. 1901 d. 1985)   cast, tenor
  Doxtator, Joseph E. (b. 1899)   adjudicator, percussion
  Drake, Alfred (b. 1914)   adaptation, baritone
  Drake, Raleigh M. (b. 1902)   music psychologist, cello
  Drittler, Max Wolfgang (b. 1891)   piano, teacher
  Drury, Charles (b. 1890)   composer, conductor
  Du Bose, Evelyn Hammond (b. 1897)   church organist
  Dubensky, Arcady (b. 1890 d. 1966)   violin, composer
  Duchin, Eddy (b. 1910 d. 1951)   cast, piano stylist
  Duckwitz, William Edward (b. 1879)   concert pianist, music educator
  Ducloux, Walter (Ernest) (b. 1913)   conductor, opera director
  Ducrest, Willis Francis (b. 1910)   music educator, choir conductor
  Duddy, John H. (b. 1904)   music educator, choral director
  Dudley, Marjorie Eastwood (b. 1891 d. 1963)   piano, composer
  Duey, Philip Alexander (b. 1901)   bass-baritone, composer
  Dufford, Mamie Ericson (b. 1898)   piano, organ
  Duke, John Woods (b. 1899 d. 1984)   bass (instrument), composer
  Duke, Vernon (b. 1903 d. 1969)   composer, lyricist
  Duncan, Richard E. (b. 1913)   conductor, violin
  Duncan, Todd [Robert Todd] (b. 1903)   baritone, cast
  Dunham, Rowland Warren (b. 1885)   composer, organ
  Dunkley, Ferdinand Luis (b. 1869 d. 1956)   organ, composer
  Dunlap, Leslie Eugene (b. 1924)   music educator, bassoon
  Dunlop, Merrill (b. 1905)   piano, organ
  Durand, Nella Wells (a. 1903)   organ, piano
  Durell, Nancy Ellen (b. 1897)   music educator, violin
  Durgin, Cyrus Wilbur (b. 1907)   critic
  Durning, Mary Elizabeth (b. 1918)   music educator, piano
  Dushkin, Samuel (b. 1891 d. 1976)   violin
  Dvorak, Raymond Francis (b. 1900)   band director
  Dvorak, Robert (b. 1919 a. 1956)   composer
  Dyer-Bennett, Richard (b. 1913)   guitar, singer
  Dyett, Walter Henri (b. 1901 d. 1969)   teacher, bandmaster
  Dykema, Peter William (b. 1873 d. 1951)   music director, lecturer
  Eaken, Norman Withington (b. 1906)   music educator, music school executive
  Eames, Henry Purmont (b. 1872 d. 1950)   piano, composer
  Earhart, Will (b. 1871 d. 1960)   choir conductor, music educator
  Eaton, Eunice (b. 1907)   concert pianist
  Eaton, Quaintance (Frances) (d. 1992)   writer on music, editor
  Eberly, J. Wilgus [John Wilgas] (b. 1913)   piano, teacher
  Ebert, Carl [Anton Carl] (b. 1887 d. 1980)   producer, administrator
  Echaniz, Jose (b. 1905 d. 1969)   piano
  Eckerberg, Axel Sixten Lennart (b. 1909)   composer, conductor
  Eckhardt, Fanny G. (b. 1906)   composer, piano
  Eckstine, Billy (b. 1914 d. 1993)   singer, vocals
  Eddy, Nelson (b. 1901 d. 1967)   baritone, vocals
  Edelmann, Wolfgang Gustav (b. 1908)   music educator, conductor
  Eden, Harriet (b. 1903)   lyric soprano
  Edgar, Alvin Randall (b. 1903)   music educator, conductor
  Edouardez, Woren (b. 1918)   music historian, author
  Edwall, Harry R. (b. 1922)   music educator, piano
  Edwards, Catherine Ruth (b. 1891)   music educator, soprano
  Edwards, Grayce (b. 1922)   song stylist
  Edwards, Leo (b. 1886 d. 1978)   composer, lyricist
  Edwards, Penny (Millicent) (b. 1929)   song stylist
  Ehlers, HenryJ (b. 1907)   music educator, clarinet
  Ehlert, Jackson Karl (b. 1905)   organ, piano
  Ehmann, Benedict (b. 1905)   priest, music editor
  Ehrlich, Julius (b. 1894)   conductor
  Eidson, Alonzo Duncan (b. 1908)   music educator, writer on music
  Einecke, C. Harold (b. 1904)   organ, choir master
  Eisenkramer, Henry Edward (b. 1916)   music educator, writer
  Eisenstein, Alfred (b. 1899)   composer
  Eisler, Hanns (b. 1898 d. 1962)   composer, Komposition
  Eisner, Bruno (b. 1884 d. 1978)   piano, writer
  Eisner, Leonard   concert pianist
  Eisner, Olga (Manksch) (b. 1892)   voice teacher
  Elbin, Helen (a. 1924)   voice teacher
  Elder, Martha Evelyn (b. 1908)   music educator, contralto
  Eldot, Eleanor Chasan (a. 1933)   librarian, lecturer
  Eldridge, Carlton Brady (b. 1911)   tenor, music educator
  Elkan, Henri (b. 1897 d. 1980)   music publisher
  Elkan, Ida (b. 1894)   piano teacher, composer
  Elkus, Albert Israel (b. 1884 d. 1962)   teacher, composer
  Ellington (b. 1899 d. 1974)   composer, direttore d'orchestra
  Ellinwood, Leonard (Webster) (b. 1905)   musicologist
  Elliott, Louise Collins (b. 1901)   music educator, organ
  Elliott, Marjorie Reeve (b. 1890)   composer
  Ellis, Elizabeth Dupree (b. 1908)   music educator, soprano
  Ellsasser, Richard William (b. 1926 d. 1972)   organ, piano
  Elman, Mischa (b. 1891 d. 1967)   Soloist: Violine, violin
  Elmo, Cloe (b. 1910 d. 1962)   contralto, interprete
  Elmore, Robert Hall (b. 1913 d. 1985)   organ, composer
  Elwell, Herbert (b. 1898 d. 1974)   composer, critic
  Emch, Walter (b. 1896)   conductor, teacher of theory
  Emerich, Paul (b. 1895 d. 1977)   piano, composer
  Emin, Bertha Madonna (b. 1918)   organ
  Emrich, Duncan (Black Macdonald) (b. 1908)   folklorist, music educator
  Engel, Lehman [A. Lehman] (b. 1910 d. 1982)   composer, librettist
  Engle, Donald Leroy (b. 1918)   program annotator, publicist
  Englehart, Edwin Francis (b. 1920)   music educator, composer
  English, Granville (b. 1895 d. 1968)   piano, composer
  Eniti, Ernest Berger (b. 1914)   music educator, music school executive
  Enlow, Cecil Everett (b. 1912)   music educator, choir conductor
  Enlow, Cloyce Maynard (a. 1950)   music educator, administrator
  Ennis, Bayard Freeman (b. 1904)   journalist, critic
  Enrico, Margaret Souders (b. 1910)   choral director, lyric soprano
  Epstein, Lonny (b. 1885 d. 1965)   piano, teacher
  Erb, John Lawrence (b. 1877 d. 1950)   composer, organ
  Erkin, Ulvi Cemal (b. 1906 d. 1972)   composer, piano
  Erlih, Devy (b. 1928)   concert violinist, conductor
  Ermoll, Serge Lucas (b. 1908)   bandleader, arranger
  Erst, Stephen Adolph (b. 1888)   piano, organ
  Eschman, Karl Henry (b. 1891)   piano, organ
  Esposito, Joseph (b. 1907)   concert pianist
  Etler, Alvin (Derald) (b. 1913 d. 1973)   composer, oboe
  Eto, Toshiya (b. 1927)   concert violinist
  Evangelatos, Antiochos (b. 1903)   composer, conductor
  Evans, Blanche Estelle Katherine (b. 1874)   music educator, piano teacher
  Evans, Evan (b. 1900)   singer
  Evans, Willa McClung (b. 1899)   music educator, author
  Eversman, Alice Mary (d. 1974 a. 1910)   soprano, critic
  Fabian, Mary Jacqueline (b. 1900)   soprano
  Fain, Samuel Samson (b. 1909)   conductor, music educator
  Fair, Rex Elton   flute, composer
  Farnsworth, Paul Randolph (b. 1899)   psychologist, music educator
  Farone, Louis Robert (b. 1913)   music educator, teacher of singing
  Farr, Lillian Simpson (b. 1891)   music educator, piano
  Farrelle, Vitold C. (b. 1903)   violin, conductor
  Farwell, Arthur (b. 1872 d. 1952)   composer, critic
  Faulhaber, Charles M. (b. 1911)   band director, french horn
  Faulkner, Maurice Ervin (b. 1912)   music educator, conductor
  Faure, Maurice (b. 1891)   opera conductor, piano
  Fay, Robert Vernon (b. 1920)   music educator, baritone
  Fazioli, Bernardo (b. 1897 d. 1942)   composer, lyricist
  Feist, Leonard (b. 1910)   publisher, administrator
  Felice, Ernie (b. 1922 a. 1940-1950)   accordeon
  Fell, Romley (b. 1897)   teacher of singing
  Fellhauer, Fauneil Elliott (b. 1913)   piano teacher
  Fellows, Wayne Stanley (b. 1908)   music educator, composer
  Fennell, Frederick (b. 1914)   conductor, composer
  Ferraro, Louis Rocco (b. 1902)   violin, music educator
  Ferraro, Mario Carmen (b. 1878)   tenor, conductor
  Ferrier, Kathleen (Mary) (b. 1912 d. 1953)   contralto, sangerinde
  Fetter, Everett [Sherman Everett] (b. 1908)   music educator, conductor
  Fichthorn, Claude Leslie (b. 1885 d. 1972)   organ, composer
  Fiedler, Arthur (b. 1894 d. 1979)   conductor, violin
  Field, Michael (b. 1918)   concert pianist
  Fields, Gracie (b. 1898 d. 1979)   singer, vocals
  Fields, Irving (b. 1915)   piano, singer
  Fields, Shep (b. 1910 d. 1981)   bandleader, vocals
  Fields, Victor Alexander (b. 1901)   music educator
  Fife, William Drummond (b. 1879)   conductor, organ
  Figueroa, Jose (b. 1905)   violin
  Fillmore, Henry (b. 1881 d. 1956)   conductor, composer
  Findlay, Francis (b. 1894)   music educator, writer
  Fine, Laurence Moses (a. 1927)   lawyer, publisher
  Finney, Charles Herbert (b. 1911)   organ, composer
  Finney, Knute Iverson (b. 1890)   violin, teacher
  Finney, Ross Lee (b. 1906)   composer
  Finney, Theodore Mitchell (b. 1902 d. 1978)   musicologist
  Finston, Nat W. [Nathaniel] (b. 1892)   violin, conductor
  Finton, Louis (b. 1883)   piano teacher
  Firkusny, Rudolf (b. 1912)   Klavier, pianista
  Fischer, Ernst Peter (b. 1890)   music director
  Fischer, Irwin (b. 1903 d. 1977)   composer, conductor
  Fisher, Frank Edward (b. 1917)   conductor, music educator
  Fisher, Marjory Marckres (b. 1895)   critic
  Fistell, Harry (a. 1931)   music seller, violin
  Fitzer, John Lewis (b. 1913)   arranger, piano
  Fitzgerald, Florence Therese (b. 1895 a. 1930)   teacher, composer
  Flagg, Marion (b. 1894)   music educator, piano
  Flagstad, Kirsten (Malfrid) (b. 1895 d. 1962)   sangerinde, sopran
  Fleuckiger, Samuel Lehmann (b. 1894)   music educator, tenor
  Fleury, Robert Myrl (b. 1920)   music educator, band director
  Folliard, Eugenia   concert pianist
  Foltz, David Baron (b. 1911)   music educator, choir conductor
  Fomeen, Basil (b. 1902)   composer, orchestra
  Forbes, Kenneth V.A. (b. 1900)   cello, teacher
  Ford, Dorothy Millicent (b. 1917)   journalist, piano
  Foreman, Guy Forrest (b. 1921)   cornet, bandmaster
  Fosdick, Dudley (b. 1902 d. 1957)   mellophone, vocals
  Foss, Lukas (b. 1922 a. 1937)   composer, conductor
  Fossenkemper, Marius Emig (b. 1902)   music educator, clarinet
  Fossey, Elizabeth Jarrell (b. 1899)   music educator, composer of music for children
  Foster, Bertha M.   organ, music educator
  Foster, William Patrick (b. 1919)   conductor, bandmaster
  Fouche, Ruth Allen (b. 1902)   music educator, piano
  Fournier, Pierre (Leon Marie) (b. 1906 d. 1986)   cello
  Foust, Donald Louis (b. 1907)   music educator, clarinet
  Fowler, Wally (b. 1917 d. 1994)   composer, country music singer
  Foxall, Arthur James (b. 1888)   piano, singer
  Fracht, J. Albert (b. 1904)   conductor, librettist
  Francescatti, Zino (b. 1902 d. 1991)   violin, Violine
  Franceschi, Vera (b. 1926)   concert pianist
  Francis, James Henry (b. 1874)   organ, conductor
  Franco, Johan (Henri Gustave) (b. 1908 d. 1988 a. 1934)   composer
  Frangkiser, Carl Moerz (b. 1894 d. 1967)   clarinet, composer
  Frank, Gerald Martyn (b. 1902)   music educator, violin
  Frank, Theresa Marie (b. 1898)   church organist
  Franklin, Dave (b. 1895 d. 1970)   clarinet, composer
  Fray, Jacques (b. 1906)   cast, composer
  Frederiksen, Sigurd Erhard (b. 1884)   composer, cello
  Freed, Isadore (b. 1900 d. 1960)   composer, teacher
  Freehoff, Ruth Williams (b. 1893)   composer, songwriter
  Freeman, Elvin Lindley (b. 1901)   music educator, band director
  Freeman, Ruth (b. 1915 a. 1950)   flute
  Freeman, Stan [Stanley] (b. 1920)   composer, lyricist
  Freeman, Warren Samuel (b. 1911)   bass guitar, music educator
  Freitag, William Frederick (b. 1887)   music school executive, music seller
  Freschi, Mario Szekely (b. 1896)   contralto
  Frey, Hugo (b. 1873 d. 1952)   composer, music director
  Frey, Kenneth Frederick (b. 1923)   music educator, contralto
  Frick, Leslie (b. 1900)   mezzo-soprano
  Fried, Alexander (b. 1902)   music editor
  Friedlander, Ernst Peter (b. 1906 d. 1966)   cello, composer
  Friedman, James Herman (b. 1922)   choir conductor, music educator
  Friedman, Julius (Durieshkaivich) (b. 1894)   concert violinist
  Friedrich, Frank (b. 1927)   music educator, publisher
  Frieswyk, Siebholt Henry (b. 1912)   music educator, piano
  Friml, Rudolf [Charles Rudolph] (b. 1879 d. 1972)   composer, librettist
  Friskin, James (b. 1886 d. 1967)   piano, composer
  Fritzberg, Everett   concert pianist, music educator
  Frost, Malcolm (b. 1909)   piano teacher
  Frugoni, Orazio (b. 1921)   concert pianist, piano
  Fry, Caroline Beeson   teacher of singing, organ
  Frysinger, J. Frank (b. 1878 d. 1954)   church organist, composer
  Fuerstner, Carl (b. 1912)   opera and symphony conductor, piano
  Fujita, Fuji (b. 1900)   author, editor
  Fultz, Juanita Rankin (b. 1900)   piano teacher, lecturer
  Funchess, Lloyd V. (b. 1908)   music educator, oboe
  Gable, Paul de Long (b. 1903)   music educator, organ
  Gadbois, Elmer Louis (b. 1891)   music educator, conductor
  Gaddie, Mildred Elizabeth (b. 1905)   music educator, choral director
  Gafni, Miklos (b. 1923)   tenor, vocals
  Gagnebin, Henri (b. 1886 d. 1977)   composer, compositeur
  Gainsworth, Marjorie (b. 1909)   soprano
  Galamian, Ivan (Alexander) (b. 1903 d. 1981)   violin, teacher
  Galli-Curci, Amelita (b. 1889 d. 1963)   soprano, vocals
  Gallico, Paolo (b. 1868 d. 1955 a. 1892)   piano, composer
  Gallo, Fortune (b. 1878 d. 1970)   impiegato di banca, impresario di concerti
  Gannon, Ruth Ellen (b. 1894)   composer, arranger
  Ganz, Rudolph (d. 1972)   Dirigent, pianiste
  Gardner, Samuel (b. 1891 d. 1984)   violin, composer
  Garland, Joe [Joseph Copeland] (b. 1903 d. 1977)   arranger, composer
  Garland, Judy (b. 1922 d. 1969)   musicisti, singer
  Garner, Blanche Isabella (b. 1904)   music educator, piano
  Garrett, Clyde Jay (b. 1904)   singer, teacher
  Garroway, Dave (b. 1913)   disc jockey
  Garvin, Keig E. (b. 1915)   trombone, tuba
  Gassmann, Remi (b. 1908)   composer, critic
  Gaston, Everett Thayer (b. 1901 d. 1970)   music educator, music therapist
  Gatlin, F. Nathaniel [Flowers Nathaniel] (b. 1913)   music educator, clarinet
  Gaviani, Frank (b. 1908)   accordeon
  Gay, Jame Thomas (b. 1919)   phonophile
  Gebhard, Heinrich (b. 1878 d. 1963)   piano, composer
  Geer, E. Harold (b. 1886 d. 1957)   organ, teacher
  Geerdes, Harold Paul (b. 1916)   music educator, violin
  Gehrkens, Karl Wilson (b. 1882 d. 1975)   music educator
  Geiger, Ruth (b. 1923)   piano, teacher
  Geiringer, Karl (Johannes) (b. 1899 d. 1989)   musicologist
  Geist, Melvin Henry (b. 1908)   music educator, administrator
  Gekeler, Kenneth Lyle (b. 1900 a. 1949)   composer, oboe
  Gelrud, Paul Geoffrey (b. 1916)   professor of music, composer
  Genge, Milton Henry (b. 1917)   music educator, cornet
  George, Earl Robert (b. 1924)   composer, critic
  Gerhart, Russell (b. 1904)   conductor
  Gestantas, Charles John (b. 1915)   music educator, violin
  Giancola, Albert J. (b. 1891)   music educator, violin
  Giannini, Vittorio (b. 1903 d. 1966)   composer
  Giblichman, Joseph   cantor, tenor
  Gibson, Michael (b. 1905)   violin, conductor
  Giddings, Thaddeus Philander Woodbury (b. 1868 d. 1954)   music educator
  Gieseking, Walter (Wilhelm) (d. 1956)   piano
  Gilbert, Ella Lord (b. 1878)   teacher
  Gildersleeve, Glenn (b. 1894)   baritone, music educator
  Gillespie, Dizzy [John Birks] (b. 1917)   tromba, trumpet
  Gillespie, Mary Edith   soprano, music educator
  Giroir, C.J. (b. 1907)   music educator, piano
  Glauser, Hugh Arthur (b. 1913)   composer, music educator
  Glaz, Herta (b. 1914)   mezzo-soprano, opera and concert singer
  Gleason, Harold (b. 1892 d. 1980)   organ, musicologist
  Glenn, Carroll (b. 1918 d. 1983)   violin
  Goble, Merl Howenstine (b. 1904)   music educator
  Godfrey, Arthur (Michael) (b. 1903 d. 1983 a. 1947)   entertainer, radio announcer
  Gold, Julius (b. 1884 d. 1969)   violin, theorist
  Goldberg, Albert (b. 1898)   piano, conductor
  Goldberg, Norman Albert (b. 1918)   clarinet, music educator
  Golde, Walter (b. 1887 d. 1963)   piano, conductor
  Goldman, Edwin Franko (b. 1878 d. 1956)   conductor, composer
  Goldman, Richard Franko (b. 1910 d. 1980)   bandmaster, composer
  Goldsand, Robert (b. 1911 d. 1991)   piano
  Goldthwaite, Scott [Wilburn Scott] (b. 1901 d. 1980)   musicologist, librarian
  Golschmann, Vladimir (b. 1893 d. 1972)   conductor
  Gomberg, Harold (b. 1916 d. 1985)   oboe, english horn
  Gombosi, Otto Johannes (b. 1902 d. 1955)   musicologist
  Gomez, Vincente (b. 1911)   guitar, composer
  Goode, William Merrick (b. 1925)   music educator, piano
  Goodman, Benny [Benjamin David] (b. 1909 d. 1986)   alto saxophone, cast
  Goodman, Paul Roe (b. 1901)   music educator, piano
  Goodman, Saul (b. 1906)   percussion, timpani
  Goodrich, Wallace [John Wallace] (b. 1871)   conductor, music educator
  Goodsmith, Ruth B. (b. 1892)   piano, teacher
  Goodwin, George (b. 1900)   executive, music publisher
  Gookin, Grace Winchester (b. 1894)   piano teacher
  Goossens, Eugene (b. 1893 d. 1962)   composer, conductor
  Gordon, Claude Eugene (b. 1916 a. 1950)   trumpeter, bandleader
  Gordon, Griffith Lewis (b. 1889)   basso, piano
  Gordon, Nathan (b. 1915)   viola, conductor
  Gorin, Igor (b. 1908 d. 1982)   baritone, vocals
  Gornston, David (b. 1905)   publisher, writer on music
  Gosset, Mary Gertrude (b. 1915)   music educator, piano teacher
  Gossette, Walter Eugene (b. 1879 d. 1965)   organ, choir master
  Gould, Herbert Bingham (b. 1886)   bass, conductor
  Gould, Morton (b. 1913)   composer, conductor
  Gourevitch, Gregoire (b. 1895 d. 1959)   concert pianist
  Goyette, Marie Louise (b. 1917)   music educator, cello
  Grabill, Glenn Grant (b. 1882)   director, organ
  Graf, Herbert (b. 1904 d. 1973)   director, producer
  Grainger, Percy (Aldridge) (b. 1882 d. 1961)   composer, Klavier
  Grandjany, Marcel (Georges Lucien) (b. 1891 d. 1975)   harp, musicisti
  Granville, Charles Norman (b. 1876)   baritone, voice
  Gray, Jerry (b. 1915 d. 1976)   arranger, composer
  Gray, Juanita Rosetta (b. 1914)   music educator, concert pianist
  Grayson, W. Norman (b. 1906)   music educator, piano
  Grechaninov, Alexander Tikhonovich (b. 1864 d. 1956)   composer, compositore
  Green, Charles Francis (b. 1916)   music educator, baritone
  Green, Elizabeth Adine Herkimer (b. 1906)   violin, conductor
  Green, Johnny [John William] (b. 1908 d. 1989)   composer, music director
  Green, Norman Everett (b. 1916)   music educator, conductor
  Green, Ray Burns (b. 1908)   composer, publisher
  Green, Raymond Silvernail (b. 1915)   concert and radio baritone
  Green, William Hatton (b. 1864)   piano, teacher
  Greenewalt, Mary Elizabeth Hallock- (b. 1871)   piano, author
  Greenhouse, Bernard (b. 1916)   cello
  Greer, Frances   opera and concert lyric soprano, vocals
  Gregory, Ronald Douglas (b. 1920)   music educator, band director
  Grentzer, Rose Marie  
  Grey, Frank Herbert (b. 1883 d. 1951)   composer, conductor
  Griebenow, Gordon H. (b. 1912)   music educator, tenor
  Griep, Robert H. (b. 1918)   music educator
  Griffis, Elliot (b. 1893 d. 1967)   composer, piano
  Griffith, Charles Leonard (b. 1887)   music educator, administrator
  Griffith, Chauncey Laurie (b. 1906)   piano, organ
  Grill, Karl Rudolf (b. 1896)   music educator, flute
  Grimm, Carl Hugo (b. 1890 d. 1978)   piano, organ
  Grizzard, Wili Elizabeth (b. 1908)   music educator, choral director
  Gronowetter, Freda (b. 1918)   cello
  Grosbayne, Benjamin (b. 1893 d. 1976)   music educator, conductor
  Grose, Weldon M. (b. 1906)   teacher, trombone
  Gross, Bethuel G. (b. 1905)   music educator, organ
  Gross, Robert (b. 1914 d. 1983)   piano, violin
  Grossman, Julius (b. 1912)   music educator, administrator
  Grove, Roxy Harriette (b. 1889)   piano
  Gruber, Frederick Charles (b. 1903)   music educator, organ
  Gruenstein, Siegfried E. (b. 1877)   organ, editor
  Grunsky, Karl (b. 1871 d. 1943)   critic, writer
  Guenther, Felix (b. 1886)   accompanist, writer
  Guerin, James Robert (b. 1914)   music educator, band director
  Guess, Julia Elizabeth (b. 1916)   music educator, administrator
  Guggenheim, Daniel (b. 1863 d. 1944)   American music patron, philanthropist
  Guidotti, Tito Americo (b. 1910)   accordionist, bandleader
  Guilbert, Yvette (b. 1865 d. 1944)   chanteur, composer
  Gunderson, Hugh (b. 1911)   music educator, conductor
  Gunn, Glenn Dillard (b. 1874 d. 1963)   piano, critic
  Guthrie, Claude Edward (b. 1916)   music educator, choir conductor
  Haaker, William (b. 1917)   concert pianist, conductor
  Haberaecker, Walter William (b. 1915)   music educator, cornet
  Hackett, Alice   piano
  Hackett, Bobby [Robert Leo] (b. 1915 d. 1976)   cornet, trumpet
  Hackney, James Carlyle (b. 1912)   organ, music educator
  Hagerty, Della (b. 1900)   violin, teacher
  Haggin, Bernard H. (b. 1900 d. 1987)   writer on music, critic
  Haines, Connie (b. 1922)   song stylist, contralto
  Halasz, Laszlo (b. 1905)   opera and symphony conductor, piano
  Hall, Ettadell (a. 1913)   piano, teacher
  Hall, Frederick Douglass (b. 1898 d. 1982)   music educator, composer
  Hall, Irma (b. 1903)   concert pianist, teacher
  Hall, Margaret Beatrice (b. 1896)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Hallen, Jeanne Ruth (b. 1928)   music educator, soprano
  Hambourg, Jan (b. 1882 d. 1947)   violin
  Hamer, Harold Spensley (b. 1900 d. 1980)   music educator, organ
  Hamilton, Gerald Lee (b. 1901)   conductor, flute
  Hamilton, John Tweed (b. 1915)   music educator, choir conductor
  Hammer, Harry (b. 1917)   music educator, violin
  Hammerstein, Oscar (Greeley Clendenning) (b. 1895 d. 1960)   cast, composer
  Hammond, Laurens (b. 1895 d. 1973)   inventor
  Hampton, Lionel (b. 1913)   drums, musicista
  Handy, W.C. [William Christopher] (b. 1873 d. 1958)   additional Music, cast
  Hangen, Paul S. (b. 1912 a. 1949)   music educator, cello
  Hanke, Elmer Theodore Robert (b. 1901)   music educator, administrator
  Hanks, Howard (b. 1907)   music educator, author
  Hanks, Sybil Ann (b. 1908)   composer, piano
  Hankwitz, Anita Mathilde (b. 1906)   music educator, piano
  Hanley, James Frederick (b. 1892 d. 1942)   composer
  Hanna, Dorothy (b. 1925)   music educator, piano teacher
  Hanna, James R. (b. 1922)   composer, music educator
  Hannaford, Lois (b. 1894)   music therapist, music educator
  Hannas, Ruth (b. 1893)   musicologist
  Hannen, Helen M.   music educator, violin
  Hansen, Howard Floyd (b. 1918)   music educator, choir conductor
  Hansen, Peter Sijer (b. 1911)   music educator
  Hanson, Howard (Harold) (b. 1896 d. 1981)   composer, conductor
  Harbaugh, Carla Marguerite (b. 1926)   music educator, organ
  Harder, Erwin Emil (b. 1883)   clarinet, composer
  Harder, Paul Oscar (b. 1923)   composer, music educator
  Hardin, Bristow (b. 1895)   teacher, lecturer
  Harding, Albert Austin (b. 1880 d. 1958)   leader of the Illinois University Band
  Harding, Joseph (b. 1903)   concert and orchestral violinist, teacher violin
  Harding, Mildred Thompson (b. 1910)   piano, violin
  Harford, Margaret (b. 1920)   music editor, critic
  Hargreaves, Robert (b. 1914)   music educator, symphony orchestra conductor
  Harman, Carter (b. 1918)   critic, composer
  Harp, Ernest Lynnwood (b. 1879)   conductor, composer
  Harper, Belva Mae (b. 1925)   music educator, soprano
  Harper, James Cunningham (b. 1893 d. 1986)   bandmaster, composer
  Harris, Albert (b. 1916)   clarinet, composer
  Harris, Frederick Augustus (b. 1917)   music educator, piano
  Harris, Roy (b. 1898 d. 1979)   composer, musicisti
  Harris, Russell G. (b. 1914)   composer
  Harrison, Francis Llewellyn (b. 1905)   music educator, administrator
  Harrison, Guy Fraser (b. 1894 d. 1986)   conductor, organ
  Harstad, Adolph Duff (b. 1916)   music educator, band director
  Hartley, Walter Earle (b. 1883)   piano, organ
  Hartop, Emma (b. 1903)   symphony orchestra conductor
  Hartselle, Cecil Harvey (b. 1898)   music educator, administrator
  Hartung, Frederick (b. 1898)   teacher, tenor
  Hartwig, Jouetta   music educator, soprano
  Hartzell, Ralph Eugene (b. 1906)   music educator, administrator
  Haskins, Virginia (b. 1916)   soprano, vocals
  Hastings, Florence (b. 1893)   piano, music educator
  Hatch, Edith (b. 1884)   piano, teacher
  Hatchett, Hilliary R. (b. 1918)   music educator
  Hawkins, Coleman (Randolph) (b. 1904 d. 1969)   clarinet, tenor sax
  Hawkins, Erskine (Ramsay) (b. 1914)   cast, trumpet
  Hawkins, Esther   piano, voice coach
  Haydon, Glen (b. 1896 d. 1966)   musicologist, music educator
  Hayman, Julia Pixton (b. 1897)   organ, choir master
  Haynes, George W. (b. 1866 d. 1947 a. 1888)   flute maker
  Hazlett, Eda (b. 1899)   music educator, teacher
  Heaps, Porter Warrington (b. 1906)   organ
  Hegedus, Margit (b. 1881 d. 1944)   violin
  Hehn, Catherine L. (b. 1911)   music educator, soprano
  Heifetz, Emanuel R. (b. 1914)   violin, teacher
  Heifetz, Jascha (b. 1901 d. 1987)   interprete, violin
  Heifetz, Vladimir (b. 1893)   composer
  Heiligres, Hazel Etling (b. 1894)   soprano, teacher
  Heinitz, Eva Maria (b. 1907)   cello, viola da gamba
  Heinze, Bernard (Thomas) (b. 1894 d. 1982)   conductor, music organizer
  Helfman, Max (b. 1901 d. 1963)   composer
  Heller, Ruth   editor, arranger
  Hellman, Daphne (b. 1915)   harp
  Helm, Everett (Burton) (b. 1913)   writer on music, composer
  Helmboldt, William Henry (b. 1914)   music educator, piano
  Hemmle, Gene LeClair (b. 1914)   music educator, choir conductor
  Hendl, Walter (b. 1917)   conductor, piano
  Hendrick, Forrest Seale (b. 1901)   music educator, cornet
  Hendrick, George Vern (b. 1889)   conductor, trombone
  Hendrix, Mildred Mrs.Little]   organ, accompanist
  Henegar, Russ (b. 1897)   band director
  Henkel, Joseph Adolph (b. 1890)   music educator, symphony orchestra conductor
  Henning, John Lindsey (b. 1900)   music educator, administrator
  Hennum, Gladys Juliette (b. 1925)   music educator, flute
  Henry, Harold (b. 1884 d. 1956)   concert pianist, teacher
  Henson, Marcellia (b. 1927)   song stylist, piano
  Herford, Julius (b. 1901)   piano, lecturer
  Herman, Woody (b. 1913 d. 1987)   bandleader, clarinet
  Hermann, Ralph J. (b. 1914)   composer, conductor
  Hero, Stephan (b. 1916)   concert violinist
  Herrick, Ralph Preston (b. 1890)   composer, conductor
  Herskovits, Bela (b. 1914 d. 1974)   cantor, concert artist
  Hertel, Lucile   singer
  Herth, Milton (b. 1908 d. 1969 a. 1938)   organ
  Herz, Hermann (b. 1908 a. 1936-1947)   conductor, piano
  Herz, Otto (b. 1894)   piano accompanist, piano
  Herzog, George (b. 1901 d. 1983)   ethnomusicologist
  Hess, Albert Gunther (b. 1909)   musicologist, music educator
  Hess, Myra (b. 1890 d. 1965)   Klavier, piano
  Hickman, C. Sharpless (b. 1913)   critic, reviewer
  Hickmann, Hans (Robert Hermann) (b. 1908 d. 1968)   musicologist
  Hicks, Alfred H. (b. 1898)   composer, oboe
  Higginson, Joseph Vincent (b. 1896)   composer, writer
  Hildegarde (b. 1906 a. 1936-1944)   vaudeville entertainer, cabaret entertainer
  Hilgendorff, John Gotthilf (b. 1902)   music educator, teacher of bowed-string instrument
  Hill, Barre (b. 1905)   baritone
  Hill, Charles Lee (b. 1910)   arranger, composer
  Hill, Edward Burlingame (b. 1872 d. 1960)   composer, musician
  Hill, George Washington (b. 1884 d. 1946)   soprano
  Hill, Richard S. (b. 1901)   librettist, editor
  Hill, William Almer (b. 1884)   music educator, cornet
  Hilty, Everett Jay (b. 1910)   professor of music
  Himebaugh, Ruth Verdie (b. 1901)   teacher, guitar
  Hindemith, Paul (b. 1895)   composer, compositeur
  Hindsley, Mark Hubert (b. 1905)   band director, composer
  Hinman, Florence Lamont (a. 1913-1915)   teacher of singing, director
  Hinrichs, Gustav (b. 1850 d. 1942)   conductor, arranger
  Hinrichsen, Max (b. 1901 d. 1965)   publisher
  Hinrichsen, Walter (b. 1907 d. 1969)   publisher
  Hirtzel, Robert Lewis (b. 1913)   music educator, violin
  Hiscox, Ethel M.   music educator, piano
  Hoboken, Anthony (b. 1887)   collector, musikforsker
  Hodge, Leslie   symphony orchestra conductor, concert pianist
  Hodgson, Walter Hutchinson (b. 1904)   music educator
  Hoffman, Ernst (b. 1899)   conductor, violin
  Hoffman, Phyllis Sampson (b. 1918)   composer, french horn
  Holiday, Billie (b. 1915 d. 1959)   musicisti, singer
  Holland, Robert Emory (b. 1911)   music educator, band director
  Holle, Hugo (b. 1890 d. 1942)   writer, teacher
  Holli, Matti (b. 1916)   conductor
  Holloway, Merle (b. 1902)   piano teacher
  Holzmann, Rudolf (b. 1910 d. 1992 a. 1944)   composer, ethnomusicologist
  Honaas, Christophier (Oksaas) (b. 1902)   music educator, administrator
  Hood, Marguerite Vivian (b. 1903)   music educator
  Hooker, William Brian (b. 1880 d. 1946)   author, librettist
  Hoose, Sharon Bernard (b. 1912)   music educator
  Hoover, Donald Wellington (b. 1901)   music educator, organ
  Hoover, Herbert Warren (b. 1919)   music educator, administrator
  Hope, Constance (b. 1908 d. 1977)   New York press agent
  Hope, Howard Lee (b. 1915)   music educator, conductor
  Hoppe, William Alexander (b. 1915)   music educator, administrator
  Horne, Dorothy Duerson (b. 1906)   violin, theory researcher
  Horne, Lena (b. 1917 a. 1943)   cast, singer
  Horowitz, Vladimir (Samoilovich) (b. 1904 d. 1989)   concert pianist, Klavier
  Horton, Howard Leavitt (b. 1904)   piano, author
  Hosking, Clement (b. 1896 d. 1965)   singer, folksong collector
  Hosmer, Helen M. (b. 1898)   music educator, administrator
  House, L. Marguerite (b. 1901)   author, teacher
  Houseknecht, Bruce H. (b. 1916)   music educator, band director
  Hovhaness, Alan (b. 1911)   composer, piano
  Howard, George Sallade (b. 1903)   conductor, music director
  Howard, John E. (b. 1889)   music educator, conductor
  Howe, Mary Alberta Bruce (b. 1882 d. 1964)   composer, piano
  Howell, William Dean (b. 1877)   piano teacher
  Hoxter, W. Franklin (b. 1892)   music educator, organ
  Hoyt, Esther Louise (b. 1901)   music educator, piano
  Huber, Fred John (b. 1911)   music educator, conductor
  Huber, Joseph Leonard (b. 1888)   cornet soloist, teacher of brass instruments
  Hubert, Marcel (b. 1906)   cello
  Hucko, Peanuts (b. 1918)   clarinet, tenor sax
  Hudon, Hermine   soprano, teacher
  Hudson, Robert Lee (b. 1907)   choir conductor, lecturer
  Hue, Georges Adolphe (b. 1858 d. 1948)   composer
  Huffnagle, Harry John (b. 1909)   violin, arranger
  Hufstader, Robert (b. 1907)   conductor, piano
  Hughes, Anselm (b. 1889 d. 1965)   musicologist
  Hughes, Edwin (b. 1884 d. 1965)   piano, teacher
  Hughes, Langston [James Mercer Langston] (b. 1902 d. 1967)   author, composer
  Hughes, Rupert (b. 1872 d. 1956)   author, composer
  Hughes, Rush (b. 1902)   disc jockey
  Hughes, William Curtis (b. 1921)   music educator, organ
  Hull, Vera Bull   artists representative, concert manager
  Huls, Helen Steen   music educator, soprano
  Humel, Dorothy (b. 1921)   concert pianist
  Hunt, Lois (b. 1925)   cast, soprano
  Hunt, Raymond Emerson (b. 1906)   music educator, band and orchestra director
  Hunter, Mary Malcolm (b. 1906)   music educator
  Hupp, Russell Vaughn (b. 1908)   concert pianist, theater organ
  Hurlbut, Harold (b. 1883)   tenor, teacher
  Hurok, Sol [Solomon Israelovich] (b. 1888 d. 1974)   impresario
  Huss, Henry Holden (b. 1862 d. 1953)   piano, composer
  Hutcheson, J. Thomas (b. 1906)   cello
  Hutchins, Guy Starr (b. 1905)   composer
  Ickes, John Lloyd (b. 1921)   concert baritone, music educator
  Iddings, Frank Errol (b. 1898)   teacher, piano
  Ideler, Edwin (b. 1893)   violin
  Ilitsch, Daniza (b. 1914 d. 1965)   soprano, vocals
  Inch, Herbert Reynolds (b. 1904 d. 1988)   composer
  Ingram, George Daniel (b. 1885)   organ, piano
  Irons, Earl D. (b. 1891 d. 1967)   composer, trombone
  Irwin, Alan (b. 1902 d. 1949)   piano, teacher
  Irwin, George Macaulay (b. 1921)   symphony orchestra conductor, choir conductor
  Irwin, Ruth E. (b. 1924)   music educator, soprano
  Isaac, Merle John (b. 1898)   organ, composer
  Itoh, Ohsuke (b. 1911)   composer, guitar
  Iturbi, Amparo (b. 1899 d. 1969)   concert pianist, piano
  Iturbi, Jose (b. 1895 d. 1980)   piano, conductor
  Iverson, Maurice T. (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Ives, Burl (b. 1909)   cast, folksinger
  Ives, Charles Edward (b. 1874 d. 1954)   composer, Komposition
  Iwamoto, Mariko (b. 1926)   concert violinist
  Jackson, Burton Lynn (b. 1914)   marimba, vibraharp
  Jackson, Chubby Grieg Stewart (b. 1918)   bass violist, bandleader
  Jackson, George Pullen (b. 1874 d. 1953)   folk music scholar, teacher
  Jackson, Sumner Allen (b. 1897)   music educator, administrator
  Jacobi, Frederick (b. 1891 d. 1952)   conductor, composer
  Jacobs, Carl Frederick (b. 1910)   music educator, tenor
  Jacobs, Max (b. 1888)   violin, conductor
  Jacobsen, James Alva (b. 1920)   band director
  Jacquet, Illinois [Jean Baptiste] (b. 1922 a. 1941)   tenor saxophone
  Jagel, Frederick (b. 1897 d. 1982)   tenor, vocals
  Jambor-Patai, Agi (b. 1909)   piano
  James, Harry Haag (b. 1916 d. 1983)   composer, flute
  James, Philip (Frederick Wright) (b. 1890 d. 1975)   composer, music director
  Jansky, Nelson Moreau (b. 1903)   publisher, critic
  Janszen, Royce Henry (b. 1919)   music educator, trumpeter
  Jaques-Dalcroze, Emile (b. 1865 d. 1950)   composer, Dirigent
  Jaquish, John H. (b. 1892)   teacher of brass and woodwind instruments
  Jenkins, Paul Wesley (b. 1900)   piano
  Jennings, Jerard (Jay) (b. 1943)   piano, child prodigy
  Jenny, John Heisley (b. 1911)   music educator, conductor
  Jensen, Allen (b. 1923)   conductor, clarinet
  Jensen, Carl Adolph (b. 1886)   piano, organ
  Jepson, Helen (b. 1904)   soprano
  Jessye, Eva Alberta (b. 1895 d. 1992)   ass. al cori, choir conductor
  Jirak, Karel Boleslav (b. 1891 d. 1972)   composer, conductor
  Johannesen, Grant (b. 1921)   piano, Soloist: Klavier
  Johns, Louis Edgar (b. 1886)   composer, piano
  Johnson, Albin Iver (b. 1915)   military bandmaster, cornet
  Johnson, Bonnie (b. 1917)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Johnson, Donald Stewart (b. 1906)   music educator, administrator
  Johnson, Douglas   piano
  Johnson, Ernest Wilfred (b. 1889 d. 1961)   violin, impresario
  Johnson, Glen R. (b. 1912)   music educator, choral director
  Johnson, Hall (b. 1888 d. 1970)   choir, choral director
  Johnson, Harold McKinley (b. 1899 d. 1959)   teacher, composer
  Johnson, Harriet (d. 1987)   critic, composer
  Johnson, Jane (b. 1917)   teacher, choral director
  Johnson, Jeannette   mezzo-soprano
  Johnson, Merion James (b. 1912)   music educator, tenor
  Johnson, Thor (b. 1913 d. 1975)   conductor
  Johnson, Tom M. (b. 1912)   American Symphony Orchestra Manager
  Jonas, Maryla (b. 1911 d. 1959)   concert pianist
  Jones, Anita (b. 1905)   music educator, organ
  Jones, Archie Neff (b. 1900 d. 1979)   choral director, music educator
  Jones, Delwen Burr (b. 1910)   music educator, cornet
  Jones, Ifor (b. 1900)   choir conductor, organ
  Jones, Iona (b. 1894)   concert pianist, organ
  Jones, J. Randolph [John Randolph] (b. 1910)   composer, conductor
  Jones, John Paul (b. 1902)   music educator, administrator
  Jones, Lauris Llewellyn (b. 1917)   choir conductor, conductor
  Jones, Llewellyn Bruce (b. 1905)   band director
  Jones, Vincent Lloyd (b. 1894)   music educator, administrator
  Jordalen, Marion Ingeborg Sophie (b. 1912)   music educator, piano
  Jordan, Louis Thomas (b. 1908 d. 1975)   alto saxophone, clarinet
  Jorgensen, Sigurd (b. 1898)   music educator, violin
  Jost, Rosalia Mary (b. 1918)   music educator, choral director
  Judson, Arthur L. (b. 1881 d. 1975)   concert manager
  Julian, Zeb Sebastian (b. 1910)   guitar
  Jurgens, Dick Henry (b. 1910)   trumpet, trumpeter
  Kabayao, Marcelita-Lopez (b. 1933)   piano
  Kains, Sherwood (b. 1904)   conductor, baritone
  Kalmus, Bee (b. 1919)   song stylist, disc jockey
  Kanitz, Ernst (b. 1894 d. 1978 a. 1938)   composer
  Kanner-Rosenthal, Hedwig (b. 1882 d. 1959)   piano
  Kapell, William (b. 1922 d. 1953)   piano
  Kaplan, Ladislav (b. 1874)   violin maker
  Kaplan, Max (b. 1911)   music educator, sociologist
  Karhu, Edwin Theodore (b. 1911)   conductor, vocal coach
  Karina, Lea (b. 1914)   mezzo-soprano
  Karmeres, Platon Hlias (b. 1926)   music educator, conductor
  Karr, Seymour (b. 1917)   trumpeter, danceband leader
  Kase, Vincent (b. 1900)   trumpet
  Kaskas, Anna (b. 1909)   contralto, vocals
  Kastendieck, Miles Mervin (b. 1905)   critic, writer
  Katims, Milton (b. 1909)   conductor, viola
  Katwijk, Paul (b. 1885 d. 1974)   composer, piano
  Katz, Erich (b. 1900 d. 1973)   composer
  Katz, Israel Rudolph (b. 1888)   concert violinist
  Katz, Sholom (b. 1914)   concert singer, tenor
  Kaufman, Louis (b. 1905)   violin
  Kay, Ulysses (Simpson) (b. 1917 d. 1995)   composer
  Kaye, Buddy [Jules Leonard] (b. 1918)   composer, lyricist
  Kaye, Sammy (b. 1910 d. 1987)   danceband leader, orchestra
  Kechley, Gerald Raymond (b. 1919)   composer, music director
  Keene, Constance (b. 1923)   concert pianist, Klavier
  Keith, Royden James (a. 1947)   contralto
  Kell, Reginald (Clifford) (b. 1906 d. 1981)   clarinet, Klarinette
  Keller, Edith Myrtle (b. 1880)   music educator
  Keller, Leonard (b. 1909)   violin, conductor
  Keller, Paul Daniel (b. 1917)   music educator, baritone
  Keller, Rexford Curtis (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Kelley, Dorothea Nolte   violin
  Kelley, Frances (b. 1905)   concert pianist, music educator
  Kelley, Peck (b. 1898 d. 1980)   piano, bandleader
  Kelly, John Milton (b. 1905)   hymnologist, conductor
  Kemp, Charlotte Ervin (b. 1923)   music educator, piano
  Kendall, William Raymond (b. 1910 d. 1980)   musicologist
  Kennedy, Millard Bryant   soprano
  Kent, A. Atwater (b. 1873 d. 1949)   radio manufacturer, music patron
  Kent, Earle Lewis (b. 1910)   inventor, acoustician
  Kentner, Ardith Isabelle (b. 1928)   music educator, piano
  Kenton, Stan (b. 1912 d. 1979)   arranger, composer
  Kerr, Mildred (b. 1897)   music educator, author
  Kessler, Minuetta Schumiatcher (b. 1914)   composer, piano
  Ketchum, John Kenneth (b. 1894)   piano, teacher
  Keutzer, Clyde Halm (a. 1929)   tenor, music director
  Khachaturian, Aram Il'yich (b. 1903 d. 1978)   composer
  Kilenyi, Edward (b. 1884 d. 1968)   composer, musician
  Kilenyi, Edward (b. 1910)   piano
  Kilgen, Eugene Robyn (b. 1897 d. 1967)   organ builder
  Killgrove, William (Taliaferro) (b. 1895)   organ, bandmaster
  Killingsworth, John Dekoven (b. 1898)   music educator
  Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick (b. 1915 d. 1967)   composer
  King, Elizabeth Loring (b. 1926)   music educator, soprano
  King, Imogene (b. 1923)   flute, music educator
  King, Karl Lawrence (b. 1891 d. 1971)   composer, bandmaster
  King, Maurice Robbins (b. 1912)   music educator, trumpeter
  King, Wayne Harold (b. 1901 d. 1985)   saxophone, bandleader
  Kingman, Russell Barclay (b. 1882)   cello
  Kinkeldey, Otto (b. 1878 d. 1966)   musicologist, librarian
  Kipnis, Alexander (b. 1891 d. 1978)   Bass, chanteur
  Kirsten, Dorothy (b. 1910 d. 1992)   cast, soprano
  Kirsten, George William (b. 1912)   music educator, conductor
  Kisinger, Everett Dean (b. 1912)   music educator, conductor
  Kitain, Anatole (Karinoff)   concert pianist, piano
  Klein, John McLaughlin (b. 1915 d. 1981)   composer, arranger
  Kleinschmidt, Oliver Henry (b. 1881 d. 1964)   piano, organ
  Kleinschmidt, Robert Baumgartner (b. 1910)   carilloneur
  Kleinsinger, George (b. 1914 d. 1982)   composer, orchestrator
  Klepfer, Robert O. (b. 1916)   music educator, clarinet
  Klingstedt, Paul Theodore (b. 1890)   tenor
  Kluge, Reinhardt John (b. 1915)   music educator, basso
  Knapp, Eleanor (b. 1918)   opera and concert mezzo-soprano
  Knechtel, Christian Ried (b. 1909)   music educator, violin
  Knepper, Noah Allen (b. 1921)   music educator, woodwind recitalist
  Knight, Paula Schuleter   COP~
  Knoll, Allan Clement (b. 1914)   music educator, conductor
  Knott, Sarah Gertrude (b. 1895)   folklorist, author
  Knowles, Otho Francis (b. 1899)   music educator, conductor
  Koch, Frances Ernestine   music educator, organ
  Kolodin, Irving (b. 1908 d. 1988)   critic
  Konitz, Lee (b. 1927)   alto sax, soprano sax
  Kopp, Leo Laszlo (b. 1906)   conductor, music director
  Korngold, Erich Wolfgang (b. 1897 d. 1957)   arranger, composer
  Kostelanetz, Andre (b. 1901 d. 1980)   conductor, Dirigent
  Koukl, Frank Anton (b. 1916)   music educator, clarinet
  Koussevitzky, Sergey (Alexandrovich) (b. 1874 d. 1951)   conductor, Dirigent
  Koutzen, Boris (b. 1901 d. 1966)   violin, composer
  Kovacs, Stephen (b. 1907 d. 1964)   concert pianist
  Kovanda, Frank (b. 1904)   bow maker, restorer
  Kraft, Edwin Arthur (b. 1883 d. 1962)   organ, editor
  Kraft, Marie   mezzo-soprano, music educator
  Krasoff, Wanda (a. 1945)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Kreisler, Fritz (b. 1875)   composer, compositore
  Krenek, Ernst (b. 1900)   composer, compositeur
  Krone, Max Thomas (b. 1901)   choir conductor, music educator
  Kroyt, Boris (b. 1898 d. 1969)   cello, viola
  Krupa, Gene [Eugene Bertram] (b. 1909 d. 1973)   cast, composer
  Kruse, Arlene Moll   singer, piano
  Kryl, Bohumir (b. 1875 d. 1961)   cornet, trumpet
  Kubelik, Rafael (Jeronym) (b. 1914)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Kubly, Herbert Ott (b. 1915)   journalist, critic
  Kucinski, Leo (b. 1904)   violin, conductor
  Kullman, Charles (b. 1903 d. 1983)   Sanger, tenor
  Kullmer, Ann (b. 1917)   conductor, violin
  Kurtz, Edward Frampton (b. 1881)   violin, composer
  Kurtz, Efrem (b. 1900)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Kurtz, Samuel (b. 1909)   composer, band director
  Kurzweil, Frederic (b. 1912)   conductor, piano
  Kutschinski, Christian David (b. 1892)   music educator, conductor
  Kuypers, John M. (b. 1900)   conductor
  Kvam, Arnold Kunrad (b. 1910)   music educator, administrator
  Kvelve, Rudolf (b. 1892)   violin, teacher
  Kwalwasser, Helen (b. 1927)   concert violinist, violin
  Kwalwasser, Jacob (b. 1894 d. 1977)   music educator
  Kyser, Kay (b. 1906 d. 1985)   bandleader, director
  La Prade, Ernest Maitland (b. 1889 d. 1969)   violin, composer
  La Rocca, Nick [Dominick James] (b. 1889 d. 1961)   cornet
  Lachmann, Erich (b. 1886)   musicologist, violin
  Lakond, Wladimir (b. 1898)   publisher, musicologist
  Lambert, Grace Helene (b. 1919)   music educator, piano
  Lambertus, Ruth M. (b. 1913)   music educator, administrator
  Lambrecht, Clarence Julius (b. 1912)   music educator, clarinet
  Landau, Siegfried (b. 1921 a. 1940)   conductor, composer
  Landers, Robert Leland (b. 1919)   music educator, choir conductor
  Landon, Joseph Warren (b. 1915)   music educator, conductor
  Landowska, Wanda (b. 1879 d. 1959)   harpsichord, interprete
  Landver, Rose (b. 1907)   soprano, stage director
  Lane, Eastwood (b. 1879 d. 1951)   composer
  Lane, Thomas Ford (b. 1899)   music educator, conductor
  Lang, Margaret Ruthven (b. 1867 d. 1972)   composer
  Lang, Paul Henry (b. 1901 d. 1991)   musicologist
  Lang, Philip Emil Joseph (b. 1911 d. 1986)   orchestrator, arranger
  Lange, Arthur (b. 1889 d. 1956)   arranger, banjo
  Lange, Curt [Francisco Curt] (b. 1903)   musicologist
  Langenus, Gustave (b. 1883 d. 1957)   clarinet
  Lanning, Van Lier (b. 1912)   music director, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra
  Lanza, Mario (b. 1921 d. 1959)   tenor, vocals
  Lapham, Claude Erastus (b. 1890 d. 1957)   composer, conductor
  Larsen, Minnie M. (b. 1890)   music educator, organ
  Larson, Waldo (b. 1921)   music educator, teacher
  Larson, William Severt (b. 1899)   violin, music educator
  Lasham, Jo (b. 1924)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Laska, Edward (b. 1884)   composer, lyricist
  Laszlo, Alexander (b. 1895 d. 1970 a. 1944)   piano, composer
  Laszlo, Ervin (b. 1932)   concert pianist, piano
  Laurier, William (b. 1886)   band conductor, violin
  Lawless, Clarence Frank (b. 1906)   music educator, choral director
  Lawrence, Dorothea Dix (b. 1899 d. 1979)   soprano, folklorist
  Lawrence, Elliot (b. 1925)   bandleader, composer
  Lawrence, Jack (b. 1912)   composer, conductor
  Lawrence, Marjorie (Florence) (b. 1909 d. 1979)   Sanger, soprano
  Lawrence, Ruth (b. 1906)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Lawson, Edna (b. 1897)   journalist, piano
  Lawton, Dorothy Grace (b. 1874 d. 1960)   librarian
  Layne, Maude Wanzer (b. 1899 d. 1951)   music educator, composer
  Le Massena, Clarence Edward (b. 1868)   musicologist, author
  Le Mon, Melvin William (b. 1904)   music educator, administrator
  Le Roy, Rene (b. 1898 d. 1985)   flauta, flute
  Lear, Temperance (b. 1912)   teacher, organ
  Leath, Betty Ray (b. 1930)   mezzo-soprano, piano
  Lebow, Mary R. (b. 1915)   music educator, choral director
  Lechner, Frederick (b. 1908)   baritone
  Lecuona, Ernesto (b. 1896 d. 1963)   composer, compositore
  Lee, Dai-Keong (b. 1915)   composer
  Lee, Everett (b. 1920)   orchestra and opera conductor
  Lee, Waverly Fletcher (b. 1920)   music educator, basso
  Lee, Wei-Ning (b. 1910)   piano, conductor
  Leek, Eleanor Sara (b. 1915)   cello
  Leeroy, Lila (b. 1914)   music educator, teacher
  Leeuwen, Ary (b. 1873)   Flote, flute
  Leginska, Ethel (b. 1886 d. 1970)   Dirigent, Klavier
  Lehmann, Arnold Otto (b. 1914)   music educator, conductor
  Lehmann, Lotte (b. 1888 d. 1976)   chanteur, Sanger
  Lehmann, Oscar Henry (b. 1883)   tenor, teacher
  Leichtentritt, Hugo (b. 1874 d. 1951)   musicologist, critic
  Leigh, William Colston (b. 1901)   lecturer, concert manager
  Leinsdorf, Erich (b. 1912)   conductor, direttore sostituto
  Lenchner, Paula (b. 1925)   soprano, vocals
  Lenigan, Robert Renwick (b. 1923)   music educator, cello
  Lennard, Katherine Louise (b. 1914)   music educator, teacher
  Lenom, Clement (b. 1865)   oboe, composer
  Lenom, Mary Bartlett (b. 1909)   teacher, music theorist
  Lenski, Vladimir (b. 1894)   violin, teacher
  Leplin, Emanuel (b. 1917 d. 1972)   composer
  Lester, Thomas D. (b. 1889 d. 1956)   organ, composer
  Lettvin, Theodore (b. 1926)   piano
  Lev, Rae [Ray] (b. 1912 d. 1968)   concert pianist
  Levine, Henry (b. 1892 d. 1976)   piano, composer
  Levine, Marks (b. 1890 d. 1971)   concert manager
  Levite, Myron (b. 1914)   conductor, violin
  Levy, Blanche (b. 1898)   violin, violist
  Lewis, Edgar J. (b. 1919)   music educator, trumpeter
  Lewis, H. Merrills (b. 1908 d. 1980)   composer, conductor
  Liebling, Estelle (b. 1880 d. 1970)   Sanger, soprano
  Liebrecht, Konrad   concert violinist
  Liemohn, Edwin Theodore (b. 1903)   music educator, administrator
  Lieurance, Thurlow Weed (b. 1878 d. 1963)   composer
  Light, Enoch (b. 1907 d. 1978)   bandleader, violin
  Light, John (b. 1903)   teacher, conductor
  Light, Martha (b. 1909)   soprano, teacher
  Lillenas, Haldor (b. 1885 d. 1959)   composer, hymnologist
  Lillya, Clifford P. (b. 1910)   composer
  Lincer, William (b. 1907)   viola
  Lindgren, Carl Gustaf (b. 1903)   music educator, adjudicator
  Lindley, James Marvin (b. 1911)   music educator, tenor
  Lindquest, Allan Rogers (b. 1893)   tenor, teacher
  Lindsey, Ann Marie   music educator, choral director
  Ling, Stuart James (b. 1918)   music educator
  Lipkin, Seymour (b. 1927)   piano, pianoforte
  Lipscomb, Helen Porter (b. 1921 d. 1974)   composer
  List, Kurt (b. 1913 d. 1970)   musicologist, conductor
  Liszniewski, Karol (b. 1876)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Little, Earl Alonzo (b. 1888)   teacher, adjudicator
  Litwin, Leo (b. 1909)   piano
  Lockhart, Elizabeth (b. 1926)   piano, teacher
  Lockwood, Normand (b. 1906)   composer
  Loesser, Frank (Henry) (b. 1910 d. 1969)   songwriter, playwright
  Loewen, Dorotha Belle (b. 1921)   music educator, soprano
  Lomax, Alan (b. 1915)   folklorist
  Lombardo, Guy [Gaetano Alberto] (b. 1902 d. 1977)   bandleader, director
  Long, Johnny (b. 1914 d. 1972)   violin, bandleader
  Lora, Arthur (b. 1903)   flute
  Lorenz, Ellen Jane (b. 1907)   composer, writer
  Lorr, Ralph (b. 1913)   bassoon, publisher
  Lotzenhiser, George William (b. 1923)   composer, conductor
  Lowden, Isabel (a. 1908)   music association executive, soprano
  Lowe, Lucy (b. ERR4>)   singer
  Lowens, Irving (b. 1916 d. 1983)   critic, music historian
  Lubin, Ernest (Viviani) (b. 1916 d. 1977)   composer, piano
  Lucas, Nick (b. 1897 d. 1982)   banjo, cast
  Luckstone, Harold (b. 1896)   baritone, teacher of singing
  Ludwig, William F. (b. 1879 d. 1973)   percussion instrument maker
  Ludwig, William Frederick (b. 1917)   percussion, piano
  Luka, Milo (b. 1890)   opera singer
  Lukken, Albert (b. 1890)   music educator, administrator
  Lund, Clarence Bernhard (b. 1909)   minister, hymnologist
  Lunde, Solveig (Dorothy) (b. 1920)   piano
  Lunsford, Bascom Lamar (b. 1882 d. 1973)   singer, vocals
  Luper, Albert T. (b. 1914)   music educator, musicologist
  Lutcher, Nellie Rose (b. 1915)   jazz piano, piano
  Lympany, Moura (b. 1916)   piano, pianoforte
  Lynch, Christopher Gerard (b. 1921)   concert and radio tenor, vocals
  Lynn, Harry Leroy (b. 1910 d. 1991)   music educator, organ
  Maazel, Lorin (Varencove) (b. 1930)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Macarthur, Lucy (b. 1876)   music educator, teacher
  MacBride, Winifred (a. 1906)   piano
  MacBurney, Thomas Noble (b. 1879)   baritone, teacher of singing
  Macdonald, Florence Angeline   teacher, choral director
  Macdonald, Jeannette (Anna) (b. 1907 d. 1965)   cast, soprano
  Machan, Benjamin A. (b. 1894 d. 1966)   piano, jazz band leader
  Machito (b. 1912 d. 1984)   bandleader, singer
  MacMillan, Ernest (Alexander Campbell) (b. 1893 d. 1973)   conductor, composer
  MacPhail, William (b. 1881)   violin, music educator
  Macrae, Tolbert (b. 1882)   executive, teacher
  Maddox, Helen Thrasher   soprano, teacher
  Maddy, Joe [Joseph Edgar] (b. 1891 d. 1966)   music educator, conductor
  Madeira, Francis (b. 1917)   piano, conductor
  Maekelberghe, August (b. 1909)   organ, conductor
  Magaloff, Nikita (b. 1912)   Klavier, pianista
  Magnes, Frances (b. 1919)   concert violinist
  Mahler, Fritz (b. 1901 d. 1973)   composer, conductor
  Maier, Hermann R. (b. 1905)   placement bureau executive, baritone
  Malmin, Gunnar Johannes (b. 1903)   piano, organ
  Malone, Frank H. (b. 1915)   band conductor, music educator
  Mana-Zucca (b. 1885 d. 1981)   cast, composer
  Manen, Juan (b. 1883 d. 1971)   Dirigent, Soloist: Violine
  Manges, Garnet (b. 1908)   music educator, piano
  Mangione, Frank (b. 1911)   danceband leader, arranger
  Mannes, David (b. 1866 d. 1959)   conductor, violin
  Mannes, Leopold Damrosch (b. 1899 d. 1964)   piano, composer
  Manno, Leonard W. (b. 1918)   bass violist, orchestra leader
  Manone, Wingy [Joseph Matthews] (b. 1900 d. 1982)   cornet, trumpet
  Manson, Eddy Lawrence (b. 1919)   composer, harmonica virtuoso
  Manussevitch, Victor E. (b. 1906)   violin, teacher
  Marais, Josef (b. 1905 d. 1978)   folksinger, vocals
  Marchetti, Attilio (b. 1883)   oboe, principal
  Mario, Queena (b. 1896 d. 1951)   soprano
  Mariz, Luiz Gonzalez (b. 1903)   conductor, music educator
  Markham, Robert Alexander (b. 1898)   music educator, organ
  Marsh, Carol Winifred (b. 1926)   music educator, piano
  Marsh, Frank Earl (b. 1895)   piano, music educator
  Marston, Miriam Natilee (b. 1889)   organ, piano teacher
  Martin, Agnes (b. 1887)   piano teacher
  Martin, Christian Frederick (b. 1894)   fretted instrument maker, guitar
  Martin, Edgardo (b. 1915)   composer, professor
  Martin, Frank (b. 1890)   composer, conductor
  Martin, Lureata Rae (b. 1899)   music educator, organ
  Martin, Mary (Virginia) (b. 1913 d. 1990)   actress, cast
  Martinelli, Giovanni (b. 1885 d. 1969)   cantante, interprete
  Martino, Daniel Louis (b. 1915)   band conductor, composer
  Martz, Evelyn Hinkin (b. 1906)   soprano
  Mason, Daniel Gregory (b. 1873 d. 1953)   composer, writer on music
  Mason, Marilyn (May) (b. 1925)   composer, harpsichord
  Masson, Lucille Tingle (b. 1901)   music educator, choir conductor
  Masters, Frankie (b. 1904)   arranger, bandleader
  Matesky, Ralph (b. 1913 d. 1979)   violin, composer
  Mathis, Donald Raymond (b. 1926)   church musician, choir conductor
  Matthen, Paul Seymour (b. 1914)   Drucker, music educator
  Mauk, Mary Vic (b. 1897)   music educator, piano
  Maxwell, Leon Ryder (b. 1883)   baritone, teacher
  May, Billy [William E.] (b. 1916)   arranger, orchestrator
  Mayer, Fred C. (b. 1911)   music educator, administrator
  Mayer, Frederick Carl (b. 1885)   music educator, administrator
  Mayer, Thomas (b. 1907)   conductor, piano
  Mayfield, Alpha Corinne (a. 1927)   music educator, soprano
  Maynard, Wilbert (b. 1894)   music educator, cello
  Mazzi, Francesco (b. 1915)   concert violinist
  McAdam, Elizabeth Wickham (b. 1896)   writer, magazine editor
  McCarthy, James W. (b. 1918)   publicist, artists representative
  McClellan, Gladys Conrad (b. 1891)   soprano, violin
  McClosky, David Blair (b. 1902)   baritone
  McClure, Marion Booth (b. 1909)   band director, instrumentalist
  McCook, Lilian Gerow (b. 1900)   soprano, music educator
  McCrory, Mac Lee (b. 1916)   music educator, trumpeter
  McCutchan, Robert Guy (b. 1877 d. 1958)   writer, musician
  McDaniel, David Earl (b. 1906)   hymnologist, organ
  McDowell, J.B. Francis (b. 1880)   organ, harp
  McEmber, Robert Ronald (b. 1919)   bandmaster, composer
  McGuin, Jack Warren (b. 1900)   music educator, cornet
  McHugh, Jimmy [James Francis] (b. 1894 d. 1969)   cast, composer
  McKeehan, Woodrow DeGraw (b. 1912)   music educator
  McKeever, Earle Raymond (b. 1918)   music educator, trombone
  McKenzie, James Sawtell (b. 1906)   music educator, tenor
  McKiney, Baylus Benjamin (b. 1886 d. 1952)   writer, editor of gospel hymns
  McKinney, Howard Decker (b. 1889)   composer, music educator
  McKitrick, Fred L. (b. 1897)   opera executive, tenor
  McKorell, Bessie King (b. 1889)   piano, organ
  McKray, J. Clees   music educator, piano
  McNary, Mabel Ruth (b. 1896)   music educator, piano
  McNeely, Paul Pierre (a. 1907)   piano, composer
  McSwain, Augusta Geraldine (b. 1917)   piano, teacher
  McVicker, Carl G. (b. 1904)  
  Meany, Ray (b. 1906)   Hawaiian guitar, poet
  Meeks, Quincy Delmore (b. 1910)   concert violinist
  Meiszner, Louise (b. 1924)   concert pianist
  Melchior, Lauritz (b. 1890 d. 1973)   cast, sanger
  Mells, Herbert Franklin (b. 1909 d. 1956)   music educator, composer
  Melton, James (b. 1904 d. 1961)   clarinet, tenor
  Mendelson, Harry (b. 1898)   band conductor, music school executive
  Mennin, Peter (b. 1923 d. 1983)   composer, teacher
  Menotti, Carlo (b. 1909)   composer, teacher of singing
  Menotti, Gian Carlo (b. 1911)   composer, conductor
  Menuhin, Yehudi (b. 1916)   conductor, Dirigent
  Mercer, Johnny [John Herndon] (b. 1909 d. 1976)   lyricist, composer
  Merle, Pauline Ranger (b. 1927)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Merlin, Ving (b. 1912)   music director, conductor
  Merrill, Robert (b. 1919)   baritone
  Metcalf, Leon Vinnedge (b. 1899)   band director, composer
  Metcalf, Roy D. (b. 1903 d. 1957)   music educator, violin
  Meuser, Harry Hans (b. 1920)   Fagott
  Meyer, Henry Edwin (b. 1890)   music educator, organ
  Meyerowitz, Jan (b. 1913 a. 1946)   composer
  Mickey, Harold (b. 1906)   orchestra leader, piano
  Middleton, Emanuel (b. 1914)   publisher, composer
  Mikita, Andrew (b. 1898)   music educator, violin
  Milam, Lena (b. 1884)   music educator, violin
  Milanov, Zinka (b. 1906 d. 1989)   soprano
  Miles, Sylvia Loverne Gilder (b. 1909)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Milhaud, Darius (b. 1892)   composer, compositore
  Miller, Amy Grau (b. 1899)   music educator, piano
  Miller, Hugh Milton (b. 1908)   music educator, administrator
  Miller, James Bernard (b. 1921)   music educator, clarinet
  Miller, Mitch [Mitchell William] (b. 1911)   cor anglais, oboe
  Miller, Nelson Arthur (b. 1921)   music educator, piano
  Miller, Raymond (b. 1903)   music educator, composer
  Miller, Rose Dews (b. 1896)   music educator, contralto
  Milstein, Nathan (Mironovich) (b. 1904)   interprete, Soloist: Violine
  Miquelle, Georges (b. 1896)   cello
  Mischakoff, Mischa (b. 1896 d. 1981)   violin, concertmaster
  Mitchell, Hillman (b. 1925)   tenor
  Mitchell, Howard (b. 1911 d. 1988)   conductor, cello
  Mitchell, Katheryn Ellen (b. 1913)   writer, composer
  Mitchell, Lucille (b. 1904)   music educator, piano
  Mitchell, Max Allen (b. 1914)   music educator, cornet
  Mitropoulos, Dimitri (b. 1896 d. 1960)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Mitsukuri, Shukichi (b. 1895 d. 1971)   composer
  Mize, John Townsend Hinton (b. 1910)   musicologist, editor
  Molinari, John Raymond (b. 1921)   music educator, trombone
  Molyneaux, Anna Chapman (b. 1893)   music school executive
  Monfort, Hazel Darling (b. 1903)   piano teacher
  Monk, L. Paschal (b. 1907)   music educator, administrator
  Monk, Thelonious (Sphere) (b. 1917 d. 1982)   piano, pianoforte
  Monroe, Vaughn (Wilton) (b. 1911 d. 1973)   trombone, trumpet
  Montell, Marjorie (a. 1939)   lyric-dramatic soprano
  Monteux, Pierre (Benjamin) (b. 1875 d. 1964)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Moore, Douglas Stuart (b. 1893 d. 1969)   composer, teacher
  Moore, Dward Alton (b. 1912)   tenor, choral director
  Moore, Earl Vincent (b. 1890)   organ, conductor
  Moore, Mary Carr [Mary Louise Carr] (b. 1873 d. 1957)   composer, teacher
  Morehouse, Carolyn Ruth (b. 1925)   music educator, soprano
  Morgan, Mac Rogers (b. 1917)   baritone, vocals
  Morini, Erica (b. 1904)   Soloist: Violine, violin
  Moritz, Frederick William (b. 1897)   Fagott
  Morris, Faye Virtue (b. 1915)   teacher, piano
  Morris, Grover Cleveland (b. 1892)   piano teacher
  Morris, Skeets [Leonard Carter] (b. 1915)   singer, trumpeter
  Morse, Earl William Frederick (b. 1888)   concert violinist
  Moses, Everett Allyn (b. 1893 d. 1965)   conductor, composer
  Moses, Julian Morton (b. 1911)   phonograph record historian
  Mosley, J. Orville B. (b. 1909)   composer
  Moye, Idell King (b. 1895)   music school executive, contralto
  Moyer, Marie Evans (b. 1894)   piano, organ
  Mudd, Chrystabelle Bryan (b. 1917)   soprano
  Mueller, Robert Eugene (b. 1925)   concert pianist
  Muller, Robert Wilhelm (b. 1886 a. 1909)   military bandmaster, composer
  Mumaw, Otis Jesse (b. 1910)   music educator, administrator
  Munch, Charles (b. 1891 d. 1968)   chef d'orchestre, conductor
  Munsel, Patrice (Beverly) (b. 1925)   cast, soprano
  Murio, Jay (a. 1936)   soprano
  Murphree, Claude Leon (b. 1906)   piano, trombone
  Murphy, Howard Ansley (b. 1896)   music educator, organ
  Murray, Edward (b. 1890)   composer, singer
  Murray, John Creighton (b. 1923)   violin
  Murray, John Creighton (b. 1923)   concert violinist
  Murray, Lyn (b. 1909)   composer, conductor
  Mursell, James (Lockhart) (b. 1893 d. 1963)   music educator
  Mutton, Gertrude K. (b. 1885)   music educator, piano
  Nadel, Norman (b. 1915)   critic
  Nail, Merne Rose (b. 1900)   music educator, piano
  Nalcolm, Ethel Lorine (b. 1907)   teacher, librarian
  Nalley, Betty Jane (b. 1918)   music educator, soprano
  Nansen, Mabel Lorraine (b. 1906)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Nash, Ted [Theodore Malcolm] (b. 1922)   alto saxophone, flute
  Nassi, Thoas Gregory (b. 1892)   music educator, conductor
  Naylor, William Stuart (b. 1901)   music theorist, music educator
  Needham, Ruthmary (b. 1926)   music educator, stringed instrument teacher
  Nelson, Violenda Elizabeth (b. 1904)   music educator, piano
  Nesbitt, Florence (b. 1892)   music educator, contralto
  Nesler, Chalon B. (b. 1898)   music educator, violin
  Nestyev, Israel Vladimirovich (b. 1911)   editor, author
  Nettl, Paul (b. 1889 d. 1972)   musicologist
  Neumann, Herman (b. 1895)   piano, conductor
  Newman, Alfred (b. 1901 d. 1970)   composer, conductor
  Newman, Ernest (b. 1868 d. 1959)   writer on music
  Newman, Harold (b. 1903)   publisher, flute
  Newman, William Stein (b. 1912)   musicologist, piano
  Newton, Dayton Oris ~ (b. 1909)   music educator, piano
  Newton, George (b. 1908)   bass-baritone, teacher
  Nicholas, Louis Thurston (b. 1910)   music educator, critic
  Nichols, Edith Elizabeth   teacher of singing, soprano
  Nichols, Elmer Bradford (b. 1904)   tenor, conductor
  Nichols, Glenn (b. 1907)   piano, piano teacher
  Nichols, Methilda (b. 1892)   music educator, violin
  Nickerson, James Findley (b. 1910)   music educator, author
  Nicolaidi, Elena (b. 1909)   contralto
  Nielsen, Niels Christian (b. 1892)   violin maker, repairer
  Niemeyer, Gerald (b. 1910)   music educator, cornet
  Nightingale, Mae Wheeler (b. 1898)   music educator, composer
  Niles, John Jacob (b. 1892 d. 1980)   folksinger, folksong collector
  Nin-Culmell, Joaquin Maria (b. 1908)   composer, piano
  Nissim, Rudolf (b. 1901)   consultant on musical copyright
  Noah, Max Stephen (b. 1900)   music educator, administrator
  Noak, Theresa (b. 1907)   librettist, musicologist
  Nobiletti, George (b. 1903)   piano teacher, organ
  Noble, Weston Henry (b. 1922)   composer, music educator
  Noland, Rossia (b. 1906)   music educator, soprano
  Norden, Hugo (b. 1909)   composer, writer
  Norden, Laura (b. 1902)   violin, teacher
  Nordness, Louise Francesca (b. 1899)   music educator, mezzo-soprano
  Nordoff, Paul (b. 1909 d. 1977)   composer, music therapist
  Norlie, Olaf Morgan (b. 1876)   tenor
  Norman, Charles Frederick (b. 1915)   music educator
  Normann, Theodore Frederick (b. 1902)   music educator, editor
  Norris, Herbert Thomas (b. 1904)   choral director, music educator
  Novaes, Guiomar (b. 1894 d. 1979)   piano
  Novotna, Jarmila (b. 1907 d. 1994)   cast, Sanger
  O'Brien, Marianne (b. 1922)   composer, lyricist
  O'Connor, Michael David (b. 1918)   music educator, choir conductor
  O'Connor, Robert (b. 1899)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  O'Connor, Sannie Andrews (b. 1899)   teacher of singing
  O'Hara, Geoffrey (b. 1882 d. 1967)   composer, lyricist
  O'Steen, Alton (b. 1905)   music educator, administrator
  O'Toole, William J. (b. 1893)   piano teacher, music school executive
  Ober, Julia Fuqua (a. 1927)   patron, contralto
  Oberg, Paul Matthews (b. 1904)   conductor, piano
  Odnoposoff, Ricardo (b. 1914)   Soloist: Violine, violin
  Odom, Ellen Carolyn (b. 1920)   music educator, piano teacher
  Ogle, Louise Godfrey (b. 1892)   composer
  Oldberg, Arne (b. 1874 d. 1962)   composer, piano
  Olefsky, Paul (b. 1926)   cello, symphony orchestra conductor
  Olichney, Joseph Paul (b. 1905)   music educator, piano
  Oliver, Edward Brown (b. 1923)   music educator, clarinet
  Opperman, Ella Scoble (a. 1911)   piano, organ
  Orbell, Charles Albert (b. 1923)   music educator, choral director
  Orel, Dobroslav (b. 1870 d. 1942)   author, editor
  Ormandy, Eugene (b. 1899 d. 1985)   card, conductor
  Ornstein, Leo (b. 1892)   composer, piano
  Ortenberg, Edgar (b. 1900)   violin, teacher
  Ortlip, Mildred (b. 1902)   piano, piano teacher
  Osborn-Hannah, Jane (b. 1873 d. 1943)   soprano
  Osterc, Slavko (b. 1895 d. 1941)   composer
  Ostroff, Irving (b. 1922)   piano, accordionist
  Oszuscik, Josef Polus (b. 1912)   music educator, clarinet
  Otto, Frederick Martin (b. 1905)   editor, publisher
  Overgard, Graham T. (b. 1903)   composer, conductor
  Overholt, Dorothy (b. 1917)   mezzo-soprano
  Owen, Rica (b. 1929)   concert pianist, piano teacher
  Pabst, Camillo (b. 1894)   music educator, violin
  Pacini, Renato (b. 1909)   conductor, concertmaster
  Padorr, Lillian (b. 1914)   mezzo-soprano
  Page, Hot Lips [Oran Thaddeus] (b. 1908 d. 1954)   trumpet, trumpeter
  Page, Nathaniel Clifford (b. 1866 d. 1956)   composer
  Pagoto, Helen Clara (b. 1922)   music educator, soprano
  Paisner, Ben (b. 1910)   composer, arranger
  Palestrina, Andrea (b. 1906)   tenor, teacher
  Palmai-Tenser, Rose (b. 1903)   singer, music educator
  Palmer, Bill (b. 1917)   accordionist, teacher
  Palmgren, Selim (b. 1878 d. 1951)   composer, compositore
  Palotay, Irene Banyay (b. 1902)   music educator, musicologist
  Pandazi, Peri American (b. 1921)   music educator, teacher
  Pankratz, Elbert Maurice (b. 1922)   music educator, bass-baritone
  Pantalone, Margaret Elizabeth (b. 1921)   music educator, soprano
  Paolucci, Robert Horatio (b. 1898)   trombone
  Papas, Sophocles (b. 1893 d. 1986)   publisher, composer
  Parker, Charlie [Charles Christopher] (b. 1920 d. 1955)   alto saxophone
  Parronchi, Bernard (b. 1902)   cello
  Parsons, Giehl Irving (b. 1895)   violin, teacher
  Pascarella, Enzo (b. 1901)   violin, composer
  Paschedag, Theodore Wilkinson (b. 1905)   composer, flute
  Pasmore, Mary (b. 1886)   violin, viola
  Passailaigue, Laverne (b. 1892)   soprano
  Passeri, Amedeo A. (b. 1898)   conductor
  Patrick, Nelson Gray (b. 1912)   music educator, adjudicator
  Patten, Lloyd (b. 1917)   music educator, musicologist
  Patton, Fred (b. 1888)   bass-baritone, vocals
  Paul, Les (b. 1915)   guitar, jazz guitar
  Paulus, Jean Eleanor (b. 1920)   music educator, piano
  Payne, Harriet Pauline (b. 1911 a. 1937)   composer, violin
  Payne, William Bartley (b. 1922)   music educator, piano
  Paz, Pedro (b. 1893)   conductor, music educator
  Pazmor, Radiana (b. 1892)   contralto, soprano
  Peabody, Ada Isabel (b. 1903)   music educator, piano
  Peacock, Harriet West (b. 1917 a. 1950)   flute
  Pearce, Gregory Llewellyn (b. 1914)   organ, piano
  Pearson, Donald Melvin (b. 1917)   music educator, organ
  Pease, James (b. 1916 d. 1967)   bass-baritone, vocals
  Peerce, Jan (b. 1904 d. 1984)   cast, Soloist: Gesang
  Peickert, Frances (b. 1882)   music educator, administrator
  Peifer, John Howard (b. 1912)   music educator, band conductor
  Peitersen, Dana Norman (b. 1918)   concert band and orchestra director, music educato
  Pendleton, Emmet (b. 1887)   concert pianist, composer
  Pennington, Lucille Morrow (b. 1906)   music educator, piano
  Pepinsky, Abe (b. 1889)   musicologist, teacher
  Perkins, Francis Davenport (b. 1897 d. 1970)   critic
  Perkins, Ray (b. 1896 d. 1969)   composer, lyricist
  Perry, Robert Dawson (b. 1900)   violin, trumpeter
  Persichetti, Vincent (b. 1915 d. 1987)   composer, piano
  Pescia, Astolfo (b. 1887)   teacher of singing, opera and concert coach
  Pessl, Yella (b. 1906)   harpsichord
  Peters, Errol Kunkel (b. 1897)   baritone, supervisor
  Petersen, Edwin (b. 1908)   teacher, piano
  Peterson, Edna Gunnar   concert pianist, Klavier
  Peterson, Laverne Ray (b. 1903)   composer, organ
  Peterson, Winifred   soprano, piano
  Petri, Egon (b. 1881 d. 1962)   Klavier, pianista
  Pfohl, James Christian (b. 1912)   conductor, music educator
  Phelps, Norman F. (b. 1911)   music educator, composer
  Philipp, Isidore (b. 1863 d. 1958)   piano, teacher
  Phillips, Madalyn (Akers) (b. 1889 d. 1949)   composer, organ
  Phyfe, Duncan (b. 1921)   music educator, organ
  Piasecki, Walter Charles (b. 1916)   symphony orchestra conductor, cello
  Piatigorsky, Gregor (b. 1903 d. 1976)   cello, musicisti
  Piche, Paul Bernard (b. 1908)   organ, composer
  Pickens, Jane (b. ERR4>)   cast, soprano
  Pierce, Anne Elise (b. 1892)   music educator, soprano
  Pierce-Dobyns, Miriam (b. 1898)   choral director, teacher
  Pijper, Willem (b. 1894 d. 1947)   composer, musicisti
  Pineapple, Johnny Kaonohi (b. 1912)   orchestra leader, orchestra
  Pinza, Claudia (b. 1925)   soprano
  Pinza, Ezio [Fortunato] (b. 1892 d. 1957)   Bass, basso
  Piper, Lorene Grant (b. 1906)   teacher, choral director
  Pirnie, Donald (b. 1887)   baritone
  Piston, Walter (Hamor) (b. 1894 d. 1976)   composer, musicisti
  Pitcher, Gladys (b. 1890)   teacher, composer
  Pitluck, Sherman (b. 1912)   violin
  Pitts, Carol M. (b. 1888)   music educator, choir conductor
  Pixley, A. Boyd (b. 1885)   euphonium, military musician
  Plock, Walter Warren   baritone, teacher of singing
  Podolsky, Leo S. (b. 1894)   piano
  Poenisch, Lillian Juanita   clarinet, teacher
  Polah, Andre (b. 1892 d. 1949)   conductor, teacher
  Polnauer, Frederick F. (b. 1912)   concert violinist, musicologist
  Pons, Lily [Alice Josephine] (b. 1898 d. 1976)   soprano, vocals
  Pool, Arlette Marie (b. 1926)   concert pianist, music educator
  Popejoy, Dora Streight (b. 1880)   music educator, soprano
  Porter, Cole (Albert) (b. 1891 d. 1964)   cast, composer
  Porter, Edwin Euell (b. 1910)   music educator, choir conductor
  Porter, Hugh (b. 1897 d. 1960)   organ, music educator
  Porter, Quincy [William Quincy] (b. 1897 d. 1966)   cello, composer
  Portwood, Bess (b. 1902)   music educator, musicologist
  Posselt, Ruth (b. 1914)   violin
  Potter, Harrison (b. 1891)   piano
  Pottle, Ralph Russell (b. 1899)   band director, music educator
  Powell, John (b. 1882 d. 1963)   piano, composer
  Powell, Lytle (b. 1914)   music educator, concert pianist
  Powell, Robert (b. 1902)   teacher, tenor
  Preus, Paul Gerhard (b. 1914)   music educator, administrator
  Previn, Andre (George) (b. 1929)   composer, conductor
  Price, Florence Beatrice (b. 1888 d. 1953)   composer, arranger
  Price, Hugh C. (b. 1887)   piano, organ
  Price, Mary Belle (b. 1892)   music educator, soprano
  Price, Percival Frank (b. 1901 d. 1985 a. 1922-1925)   carilloneur, composer
  Price, Robert Eugene (b. 1923)   music educator, clarinet
  Prima, Louis (b. 1911 d. 1978)   composer, singer
  Primrose, William (b. 1903 d. 1982)   cello, musicista
  Prior, Lyman Pierce (b. 1888)   conductor, composer
  Priske, John Moyses (b. 1888)   music educator, bass cantante
  Prokofiev, Sergey (Sergeyevich)   composer, compositore
  Pulikowski, Julian Michael (b. 1879)   violin, viola
  Pursell, Frank J. (b. 1904)   singer, conductor
  Purves, Del (b. 1923)   concert pianist, violin
  Purves-Smith, Claude (b. 1900)   piano, musicologist
  Putnam, Leslie Ray (b. 1885)   choir conductor, adjudicator
  Putterman, David Joseph (b. 1901)   tenor, cantor
  Pyle, Francis Johnson (b. 1901)   composer
  Pyne, Ethel (a. 1922)   soprano
  Quade, Warren Allen (b. 1912)   disc jockey, radio narrator
  Quaife, Helen (b. 1916)   organ, piano
  Quarles, James Thomas (b. 1877 d. 1954)   organ, music educator
  Quartullo, Alfredo (b. 1883)   teacher
  Quebec, Ike [Abrams] (b. 1918 d. 1963)   tenor saxophone
  Querfeld, Alice Christine (b. 1914)  
  Quier, Anna A.   librettist, organ
  Quimby, Arthur W. (b. 1898)   music educator, organ
  Quinn, Eugene Francis (b. 1921)   music educator, administrator
  Quint, Diana Marie (b. 1922)   music educator, organ
  Quinto, Leonard (b. 1913)   administrator, baritone
  Rachlin, Ezra (b. 1916)   direttore d'orchestra, direttore
  Rachmilovich, Jacques (b. 1895)   conductor
  Ragno, Sante Ignazio (b. 1906)   music educator, french horn
  Raimondi, Antonio (b. 1885)   music educator, clarinet
  Ramirez, David E. (b. 1923)   music educator, baritone
  Ramsey, Mary Anastasia (Catherine Gertrude) (a. 1908)   composer
  Randall, Charles Andrew (b. 1921)   music educator, french horn
  Randolph, Elizabeth (b. 1915)   composer, organ
  Randolph, Jane Cary Harrison (b. 1890)   writer, music educator
  Randolph, Vance (b. 1892)   folklorist
  Rascher, Sigurd (Manfred) (b. 1907)   saxophone
  Rawski, Conrad H. (b. 1914)   musicologist, music educator
  Ray, Mary Lou (b. 1905)   soprano, hymnodist
  Ray, Ruth (b. 1899)   violin
  Raymond, Rose (a. 1921)   concert pianist
  Read, Gardner (b. 1913)   writer, composer
  Reardon, Casper (b. 1907 d. 1941)   cast, harp
  Redding, Edwyl   music educator, composer
  Redewill, Gene [Eugene Riviere] (b. 1881)   violin, composer
  Redner, Arthur LeRoy (b. 1917)   music educator, supervisor
  Reed, Alice Miriam (b. 1909)   music educator, piano
  Reed, Herbert Owen (b. 1910)   composer
  Reed, Susan (b. 1927)   folksinger
  Reese, William Heartt (b. 1910)   conductor, music director
  Rei, Miri   Tahitian lyric soprano
  Reichard-Marshall, Rose (b. 1879)   concert violinist, music educator
  Reichenfeld, Eugene (b. 1911)   symphony orchestra conductor, music educator
  Reid, Hugo Kittrell (b. 1912)   trumpet, trumpeter
  Reilly, William Arthur (b. 1903)   publisher
  Reimer, Alvin John (b. 1907)   music educator, tenor
  Reiner, Fritz (b. 1888 d. 1963)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Reiners, Dorothy Jane (b. 1922)   music educator, oboe
  Renee, Joyce (b. 1919)   concert violinist
  Rennick, Esther (b. 1906)   piano teacher, writer
  Reschar, Ralph Lee (b. 1909)   music educator, clarinet
  Resheske, Neil Frank (b. 1915)   music educator, choir conductor
  Resnik, Regina (b. 1922)   encenador, interprete
  Resta, Francis Eugene (b. 1894 d. 1968)   composer, teacher
  Reti, Rudolph (b. 1885 d. 1957 a. 1938)   writer on music, piano
  Reti Forbes, Jean (b. 1911 d. 1972)   piano, teacher
  Revelli, William Donald (b. 1902)   band director, conductor
  Rey, Alvino (b. 1911)   conductor, electric guitar
  Reynolds, Jimmie Howard (b. 1925)   band director
  Reynolds, Laura (b. 1886)   music educator, organ
  Reynolds, William Jensen (b. 1920)   church musician, bass-baritone
  Rhene-Baton (b. 1879 d. 1940)   conductor, composer
  Rhenisch, Milada (b. 1920)   music educator, orchestrator
  Ribaupierre, Andre (b. 1893 d. 1955)   viola, violino
  Rice, Mary Ruth Wells (b. 1927)   music educator, organ
  Rich, Martin (b. 1907)   conductor, piano
  Richards, J.J. [Joseph John] (b. 1878 d. 1956)   conductor, composer
  Richardson, Anne (b. 1903)   music educator, poet
  Richardson, John Shelby (b. 1910)   music educator, piano
  Richert, Herbert C. (b. 1900)   music educator, administrator
  Richman, Luther Anton (b. 1896)   baritone, teacher of singing
  Richman, Paul George (b. 1903)   teacher of singing
  Richter, William Benson (b. 1901)   song composer, lyricist
  Riegger, Wallingford (b. 1885 d. 1961)   composer
  Riggs, Margaret Seasholes (b. 1898)   contralto, music educator
  Ringel, Harvey Norman (b. 1903)   music educator, baritone
  Ripley, Marie N. (b. 1904)   contralto, piano
  Ripper, Theodore William (b. 1925)   organ, conductor
  Rittenband, Jacob Louie (b. 1891)   concert violinist, music educator
  Rittenband, Minna Ethel (b. 1896)   piano, organ
  Ritter, Tex [Maurice Woodward] (b. 1906 d. 1974)   singing cowboy, country music singer
  Rizzo, Andy (b. 1903)   accordionist, arranger
  Robb, John Donald (b. 1892)   composer, administrator
  Robert, George (b. 1919)   concert pianist, piano
  Roberts, Walter Buchanan (b. 1893)   piano, organ
  Robertson, Leroy Jasper (b. 1896 d. 1971)   composer
  Robinson, Earl Hawley (b. 1910 d. 1991)   songwriter, conductor
  Robinson, Helene Margaret   piano, music educator
  Robinson, Robert B. (b. 1876)   authority on musical notation
  Robinson, Sylvia Blanche (b. 1920)   concert pianist, teacher
  Robison, Maurine [Edna Maurine] (b. 1905)   mezzo-soprano, choral director
  Robison, Vivian Gilpin (b. 1885)   concert manager, teacher of singing
  Rockmore, Clara (b. 1911)   theremin, violin
  Rodeheaver, Homer Alvan (b. 1880 d. 1955)   evangelistic musician, publisher
  Rodetsky, Samuel (b. 1906)   concert pianist, teacher
  Rodgers, Floyd Hiram (b. 1904)   music educator, tenor
  Rodgers, Richard (Charles) (b. 1902 d. 1979)   cast, composer
  Rodzinski, Arthur (b. 1892 d. 1958)   conductor, musician
  Roeder, Carl Minster (b. 1870)   piano teacher
  Roeder, Elwood Shoenly (b. 1888)   music educator, composer
  Roehm, Gilbert William (b. 1911)   conductor, concert violinist
  Rogers, Bernard (b. 1893 d. 1968)   composer, teacher
  Rogers, Donald Edwin (b. 1896)   music educator, organ
  Rogers, Ronald (b. 1925)   baritone, actor
  Rogers, Roy (b. 1911)   country music singer, guitar
  Rohner, Traugott (b. 1906)   teacher
  Roisman, Joseph (b. 1900 d. 1974)   violin, violino
  Rolland, Paul (b. 1911)   music educator, violin
  Roller, A. Clyde (b. 1914)   conductor, oboe
  Romay, Angela (b. 1906)   music educator, librarian
  Romberg, Sigmund (b. 1887 d. 1951)   cast, composer
  Rome, Harold (Jacob) (b. 1908 d. 1993)   composer, incidental music
  Rood, Louise Miles (b. 1910)   music educator, viola
  Roper, Ruth Elizabeth (b. 1911)   music educator, soprano
  Rosen, Jerome David (b. 1905)   violin
  Rosenfield, John (b. 1900 d. 1965)   journalist, critic
  Rosenstock, Josef (b. 1895 d. 1985)   conductor, Dirigent
  Rosenstock, Milton Max (b. 1917)   composer, conductor
  Rosenthal, Carl August (b. 1904)   musicologist
  Rosenthal, Herman J. (b. 1910)   piano, teacher
  Rosenthal, Manuel (b. 1904)   arranger, conductor
  Rosing, Vladimir (b. 1890 d. 1963)   chanteur, director
  Rosquellas, Adolfo Leopoldo (b. 1900 d. 1964)   piano, violin
  Ross, Lanny [Lancelot Patrick] (b. 1906)   tenor, vocals
  Ross, Richard Vernon (b. 1914)   organ
  Ross, Stuart   piano, accompanist
  Rossel, Jesse Denton (b. 1904)   composer, tenor
  Roth, Feri (Franz) (b. 1899 d. 1969)   violin
  Rotsch, Vernon Eugen (b. 1917)   conductor, music director
  Rowland, Hywel C. (b. 1889)   baritone, choir conductor
  Rozsa, Bela (b. 1905)   music educator, composer
  Rozsa, Miklos (b. 1907)   composer, conductor
  Rubinoff, David (b. 1897 d. 1986)   violin, conductor
  Rubinstein, Artur (b. 1887 d. 1982)   piano
  Rudie, Robert (b. 1919)   concert violinist
  Rudolf, Max (b. 1902)   conductor, Dirigent
  Ruger, Morris Hutchins (b. 1902)   composer
  Rugolo, Pete (b. 1915)   arranger, composer
  Ruhl, Warney (b. 1912)   danceband leader, drummer
  Runyan, William Marion (b. 1870 d. 1957)   Methodist minister, editor
  Rupert, Everett Defiendorf (b. 1909)   saxophone, clarinet
  Rush, Ralph Eugene (b. 1903)   music educator, conductor
  Russell, Andy (b. 1919 d. 1992 a. 1940s)   crooner, vocals
  Russell, Dallmeyer (b. 1886)   piano, teacher
  Russell, Helen Annette (b. 1902)   music educator, choral director
  Russell, Pee Wee (b. 1906 d. 1969)   cl, clarinet
  Russell, Ross (b. 1909)   record store owner, record company owner
  Ryan, Jack LaRue (b. 1920)   music educator, baritone
  Ryder, Noah Francis (b. 1914 d. 1964)   music educator, conductor
  Sacerdote, Olga   mezzo-soprano
  Sachs, Curt (b. 1881 d. 1959)   harpsichord, musicologist
  Sachs, Evelyn (b. 1924)   opera and concert contralto
  Sadowsky, Reah (b. 1915)   piano
  Sahuc, Nolan John (b. 1923)   music educator, bassoon
  Saidenberg, Daniel (b. 1906)   cello, conductor
  Sakowski, Conrad (b. 1908)   operetta composer
  Salmaggi, Alfredo (b. 1886 d. 1975)   tenor, opera impresario
  Salta, Menotti (b. 1893)   conductor, music director
  Salter, Jack de Witt (b. 1891 d. 1947)   artists manager
  Saltman, Phil (b. 1908)   piano, music school executive
  Salvador, Mario (b. 1917)   organ
  Salzedo, Carlos (Leon) (b. 1885 d. 1961)   harp, composer
  Saminsky, Lazare (b. 1882 d. 1959)   composer, compositore
  Sample, James (b. 1910)   conductor
  Sampson, Jack [John Arland] (b. 1911)   music educator, violin
  Samson, George Washington (b. 1884)   concert organist
  Sanchez, Rafael (b. 1903)   band director, orchestrator
  Sandbourne, Clair Ruskin (b. 1902)   piano, composer
  Sandburg, Carl August (b. 1878 d. 1967)   author, composer
  Sanders, Estelle Schulze (b. 1905)   teacher of singing, choral director
  Sandor, Gyorgy (b. 1912)   piano
  Sandy, Elizabeth (b. 1906)   music therapist, piano
  Sanford, Hart Sampietro (b. 1906)   teacher, clarinet
  Sanroma, Jesus Maria (b. 1902 d. 1984)   piano
  Sansone, Lorenzo (b. 1881 d. 1975)   french horn, brass instrument maker
  Santelmann, William Frederick Henry (b. 1902 d. 1984)   bandmaster, leader of the Marine Band
  Sares, Arthur Paul (b. 1922)   trombone
  Sarig, Emmet Ray (b. 1905)   music educator, band director
  Sarnoff, Dorothy (b. 1919)   cast, opera and concert soprano
  Sasloe, Franklyn (b. 1925)   trumpeter, piano
  Savage, Roena (b. 1908)   soprano, music educator
  Sawhill, Clarence Edwin (b. 1906)   band director
  Sawyer, Leah Katheryn (b. 1916)   music educator, choral director
  Sawyer, Wilson H. (b. 1917)   conductor, composer
  Sayao, Bidu [Balduina] (de Oliveira) (b. 1902)   soprano, vocals
  Scarmolin, Anthony Louis (b. 1890 d. 1969)   composer, conductor
  Schaefer, August Henry (b. 1886 d. 1955)   trumpeter, composer
  Scharbu, Victor Siegfried (b. 1880)   conductor, composer
  Schaum, John Walter (b. 1905 d. 1964)   piano, teacher
  Scheide, William Hurd (b. 1914)   choral director, piano
  Schenck, Janet Daniels (b. 1884 d. 1976)   director of the piano dept. at Manhattan school
  Schick, George (b. 1908 d. 1985)   conductor, music director
  Schlatter, Eda (b. 1919)   concert pianist
  Schlichting, Fred Paul (b. 1922)   violin, conductor
  Schliep, William Frederick (b. 1900)   music educator, administrator
  Schmidt, Wilhelm (b. 1876)   piano teacher, teacher of singing
  Schmitt, Francis P. (b. 1916)   choral director, music educator
  Schmutz, Albert Daniel (b. 1887)   composer
  Schnabel, Artur (b. 1882 d. 1951)   piano, composer
  Schnabel, Karl Ulrich (b. 1909)   Klavier, piano
  Schneider, Melvin Frederick (b. 1904)   music educator, violin
  Schoen, Max (b. 1888)   music educator
  Schoenbach, Sol (b. 1915)   baritone sax, bassoon
  Schoenberg, Arnold (Franz Walter) (b. 1874 d. 1951)   composer
  Schoene-Renee, Anna (b. 1864 d. 1942)   teacher of singing
  Schoewe, Raymond Adolph (b. 1898)   violin, conductor
  Scholes, Percy Alfred (b. 1877 d. 1958)   writer on music, encyclopedist
  Scholin, Carl Albert (b. 1896 d. 1958)   composer, organ
  Schoonmaker, Christina (b. 1912)   violin, viola
  Schoop, Paul (b. 1909 d. 1976)   composer, concert pianist
  Schreiber, Frederic Charles (b. 1895)   composer
  Schreiner, Alexander (b. 1901 d. 1987)   organ, composer
  Schroetter, Josef (b. 1891)   cello, teacher
  Schula, Leo Joseph (b. 1903)   music educator, piano
  Schulhof, Andrew (b. 1894)   artists representative
  Schultz, Henry [George Henry] (b. 1912)   band director, french horn
  Schuman, William (Howard) (b. 1910 d. 1992)   composer, conductor
  Schumann, Henrietta (b. 1910 d. 1949)   piano
  Schuster, Hilda M. (b. 1909)   piano, teacher
  Schuster, Joseph (b. 1903 d. 1969)   cello
  Schwalb, Miklos (b. 1909)   piano
  Schwarz, Boris (b. 1906 d. 1983)   musicologist
  Schweitzer, Albert (b. 1875 d. 1965)   organ, organiste
  Schwerke, Irving (b. 1893 d. 1975)   piano, teacher
  Schwieger, Hans (b. 1906)   conductor, Dirigent
  Schyde, Harry Hadley (b. 1900)   music educator, basso
  Scionti, Isabel Laughlin (b. 1912)   concert pianist
  Scionti, Silvio (b. 1882 d. 1973)   piano
  Scott, Hazel (Dorothy) (b. 1920 d. 1981)   cast, piano
  Scott, Henry Lawrence (b. 1908)   concert pianist
  Scott, Jeannette Mary (b. 1913)   music educator
  Scott, Ruth Josephine (b. 1903)   music educator, organ
  Scott, Samuel Hurley (b. 1919)   organ, conductor
  Scott, Tommy [Thomas Jefferson] (b. 1912 d. 1961)   folksinger, pianoforte
  Scriven, Linwood Daniel (b. 1879)   violin, music school executive
  Scriver, Robert Macfie (b. 1914)   music educator, trumpeter
  Seaman, Mabel Henson (a. 1914)   piano teacher
  Sears, Bret (b. 1906)   concert pianist
  Sedivy, Edmund Premys (b. 1912)   music educator, trombone
  Sedric, Gene [Eugene Hall] (b. 1907 d. 1963)   alto saxophone, clarinet
  Seeger, Charles (Louis) (b. 1886 d. 1979)   musicologist, composer
  Segovia, Andres (b. 1893 d. 1987)   chitarra, chitarrista
  Seidel, Toscha (b. 1899 d. 1962)   violin
  Seltzner, Jennie (b. 1895)   piano teacher
  Senning, Charles Eugene (b. 1922)   clarinet
  Serly, Tibor (b. 1901 d. 1978)   composer, viola
  Sevitzky, Fabien (b. 1891 d. 1967)   conductor, direttore d'orchestre
  Sewall, Ruth Elizabeth (b. 1917)   music educator, piano
  Shaffer, Shirley Elizabeth (b. 1915)   concert pianist
  Sharp, Frederick James (b. 1892)   band director
  Sharp, Norine Dorothy (b. 1922)   music educator, clarinet