C

C.

Caamaño, Roberto

Cabaca

Cabaletta

Caballé, Montserrat

Caballero, Manuel Fernández [Fernández Caballero, Manuel]

Caballone, Gaspare.

Caballone [Cabalone, Gabbalone, Gabellone], Michele

Cabaner, Ernest

Cabanilles [Cavanilles, Cabanillas, Cavanillas], Juan Bautista José [Juan Bautista Josep; Joan]

Cabaret.

Cabbilai.

Cabdueill, Pons de.

Cabel [née Dreulette], Marie(-Josèphe)

Cabeliau [Cabeliamo, Peter].

Cabellone, Gaspare.

Cabezón [Cabreçon].

Cabilliau [Cabilau, Cabbilai, Cabeliau, Cabeliamo].

Cabinet organ

Cabo, Francisco Javier

Cabus, Peter

Caça

Caccavella

Caccia.

Caccini.

Caccini, Orazio

Cáceres, Germán

Cachemaille, Gilles

Cachino, Giulio.

Cachua [kashwa, kjaswa, kaswa, kachura, kashua, quoshwa].

Cadéac, Pierre

Cadence

Cadence féminine

Cadener, Johann.

Cadent.

Cadenza

Cadman, Charles Wakefield

Cadner [Cadener, Kadner], Johann

Caecilian movement.

Caelius Sedulius.

Caen [Kein], Arnold

Caesar, Johann Martin.

Caesar [Kayser], Johann Melchior

Caesar [Smegergill], William

Caesura.

Caetani, Roffredo

Caewardine, John.

Cafaro [Caffaro], Pasquale

Café-concert.

Café piano.

Caffarelli [Cafariello, Cafarellino, Gaffarello] [Majorano, Gaetano]

Caffi, Francesco

Caffi, Tommaso Bernardo.

Caffiaux, Dom Philippe-Joseph

Cage, John

Cagli, Bruno

Cagliari.

Cagnazzi, Maffeo

Cagnoni, Antonio

Cahen, Albert [Cahen d’Anvers]

Cahier, Mme Charles [née Layton Walker, Sarah (Jane); Charles-Cahier, Sarah; Black, Mrs Morris]

Cahill, Marie

Cahman.

Cahn [Cohen, Kahn], Sammy [Samuel]

Cahusac.

Cahusac, (Jean-)Louis de

Cahuzac, (Jean) Louis (Baptiste)

Căianu [Kajoni, Kájoni, Kaioni, Cajoni], Ioan [Joan, Joannes, Johannes]

Caietain [Cajetan, Gaietanus, Gaiettane], Fabrice [Fabricio, Fabriciault] Marin

Caifabri, Giovanni Battista

Caignet, Denis

Cailliet, Lucien

Cailò [Chailò, Chaiolò, Chilò], Gian Carlo

Caimo, Gioseppe

Caioni, Ioan [Joan, Joannes, Johannes].

Cairns, David (Adam)

Caisse claire

Caisse roulante [caisse sourde]

Caius Choirbook

Caix, de.

Caix d’Hervelois, Louis de

Caja.

Caja de música

Cajetan, Fabrice Marin.

Cajoni, Joan.

Cajun music.

Cakewalk.

Calado [Callado], Joaquim Antônio da Silva

Calame, Geneviève

Calamus

Calando

Calandra [Calandria, Calandro], Nicola

Calata.

Calcaño, José Antonio

Calchedon

Calcidius

Caldara, Antonio

Caldenbach, Christoph.

Calderarpa.

Calderón de la Barca, Pedro

Caldwell, John (Anthony)

Caldwell, William

Calegari.

Calegari, Cornelia.

Calegari [Callegari, Caligari], Francesco Antonio

Calegari, Isabella.

Calegari, Maria Cattarina [Cornelia]

Calenda.

Calés (Otero), Francisco

Calestani, Girolamo

Calestani, Vincenzo [Vincenzio]

Cälestin

Caletti [Caletto], (Pietro) Francesco.

Caletti [Caletto, Caletti di Bruno], Giovanni Battista

Calì, Giovan Battista

Calichon [mandora, gallichon].

Califano, Giovanni Battista

California mission music.

California State University.

Caligari, Francesco Antonio.

Calista, Lelio.

Calixtinus, Codex

Calkin.

Call, Leonhard von

Callado, Joaquim Antônio de Silva.

Callas [Kalogeropoulou], (Cecilia Sophia Anna) Maria

Callaway, Sir Frank Adams

Callcott, John Wall

Callegari.

Callegari, Francesco Antonio.

Callido, Gaetano (Antonio)

Callihou, James.

Callinet.

Calliope (i) [Calliopea, Kalliope, Kalliopeia].

Calliope (ii).

Calloway, Cab(ell)

Calmo, Andrea

Calori, Angiola

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Calsabigi, Ranieri [Raniero] [de’, de, da].

Caltabiano, Ronald

Calung.

Caluza, Reuben Tholakele

Calvé [Calvet] (de Roquer), (Rosa-Noémie) Emma

Calvesi, Vincenzo

Calvet Quartet.

Cálvez, Gabriel.

Calvi, Carlo

Calvi, Lorenzo

Calvin [Cauvin], Jean

Calvisius, Sethus [Kalwitz, Seth]

Calvo, Luis (Antonio)

Calvocoressi, Michel-Dimitri

Calvoer [Calvör], Caspar

Calvó Puig, Bernardo

Calypso.

Calzabigi [Calsabigi], Ranieri [Raniero] (Simone Francesco Maria) [de’, de, da]

Camacho, Marvin

Câmara Cascudo, Luiz da.

Camarella, Giovanni Battista

Camargo, Ignacio

Camargo, La.

Camargo, Miguel Gómez.

Camaterò, Ippolito.

Cambefort, Jean de

Cambert, Robert

Cambiaggio, Carlo

Cambiare

Cambiata

Cambini, Giuseppe Maria (Gioacchino)

Cambio, Perissone.

Cambodia, Kingdom of (Khmer Preah Reach Ana Pak Kampuchea).

Cambrai.

Cambreling, Sylvain

Cambrensis, Giraldus.

Cambridge.

Cambridge Songbook

Camden, Archie [Archibald] (Leslie)

Camera

Cameraco [Cameracy]

Camerarius [Cammerarius, Camerer], Leonhard

Camerata.

Camerloher [Camerlochner, Cammerlocher], Joseph Anton [Josephus Antonius]

Camerloher [Camerlochner, Cammerlocher], Placidus [Cajetanus Laurentius] von

Cameron, (George) Basil

Cameron, Douglas

Cameroon,

Cametti, Alberto

Camidge.

Camilieri, Lorenzo

Camilleri, Charles

Camilli, Camillo [Camillus]

Cammarano, Salvadore [Salvatore]

Cammell, Antonín.

Cammerarius [Camerer], Leonhard.

Cammerlocher, Placidus von.

Cammerton

Campa, Gustavo E(milio)

Campagnoli, Bartolomeo

Campagnolo, Francesco

Campana

Campana, Fabio

Campana, Francesca

Campana, José Luis

Campane [campanelle]

Campanelas

Campanella, Michele

Campanelli [campanette]

Campanello

Campanello a mano

Campanini, Cleofonte

Campanini, Italo

Campanus [Kampanus, originally Kumpán; Campanus Vodňanský], Jan

Campbell, Alexander

Campbell, Archibald

Campbell, Frank C(arter)

Campbell, James (Kenneth)

Campenhout, François van

Campesius, Domenico.

Camphuysen [Kamphuysen], Dirk [Theodorus] Rafaelszoon

Camphuysen Manuscript.

Campian, Thomas.

Campioli.

Campion.

Campion, Charles Antonie.

Campion, François

Campion [Campian], Thomas

Campionatore

Campioni [Campione], Carlo Antonio [Campion, Charles Antoine]

Campisi [Campesius], Domenico

Camp-meeting spiritual.

Campo (y Zabaleta), Conrado del

Campo aperto, in

Campoli, Alfredo

Camporese, Violante

Campos-Parsi, Héctor

Campra, André

Campra, Joseph

Camps, Pompeyo

Can.

Caña.

Canaanites, music of the.

Canada.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Symphony Orchestra.

Canadian Music Reproduction Rights Agency [CMRRA].

Canadian Opera Company.

Canal, Marguerite

Canale [Canali, Canalis], Floriano

Canang.

Canario (i).

Canario (ii).

Canary

Canary organ.

Canat de Chizy, Edith

Canavas [Canavasso], Jean-Baptiste [l'aîné]

Canavas [Canavasso], Joseph [le cadet]

Canazzi, Antonio

Canberra.

Cancan

Canção de lamento

Cancineo [Cancino], Michelangelo

Canción

Cancioncilla

Cancionero

Cancionero de la Colombina

Cancionero musical de Palacio

Cancrizans

Candael, Karel

Candeille, (Amélie) [Emilie] Julie [Simons, Julie]

Candeille, Pierre Joseph

Candi, Cesare

Candido (da Montereale), Serafino

Candombe.

Candonio, Floriano

Cangé Chansonnier

Cangiasi, Giovanni Antonio

Caniglia, Maria

Canino

Canino, Bruno

Çaninus de Peraga de Padua.

Canis [de Hondt, d’Hondt], Cornelius

Cañizares (Suárez de Toledo), José de

Cannabich.

Cannatij [Canotij], Camillus.

Cannicciari, Pompeo

Cannon, (Jack) Philip

Canobbio, Carlo

Canon (i)

Canon (ii) [canun]

Canon (iii).

Canova, Francesco.

Canso [canzo, chanzo].

Cansoneta.

Cantabile

Cantando.

Cantata

Cantatorium.

Cante hondo

Cantelli, Guido

Canteloube (de Malaret), (Marie) Joseph

Cantemir, Dimitrie [Demetrius]

Canti, Giovanni.

Cantica

Canti carnascialeschi

Canticle

Cantiga.

Cantilena (i).

Cantilena (ii).

Cantillation.

Cantin, Bertin.

Cantin, Jean-Baptiste.

Cantino

Cantino, Paolo

Cantio

Cantional [cantionale]

Cantio natalitia.

Cantio sacra

Cantique

Canto (i)

Canto (ii).

Canto de órgano

Cantometrics.

Cantone [Cantoni], Serafino

Cantophone.

Canto plano

Cantopop.

Cantor.

Cantoris.

Cantus (i)

Cantus (ii)

Cantus coronatus

Cantus eugenianus [cantus melodicus; melodía].

Cantus firmus

Cantus fractus.

Cantus gestualis

Cantus planus [planus cantus; musica plana]

Cantus prius factus

Canun.

Canu penillion.

Canuti, Giovanni Antonio

Canzo.

Canzona

Canzone

Canzone napolitana.

Canzoneta.

Canzonetta [canzonet].

Canzone villanesca alla napolitana.

Cao Dongfu

Caoine [caoineadh]

Cao Zheng [Guo Jiguang]

Capdevielle, Pierre

Capdeville, Constança

Capdoill [Capduill, Capduoill, Capduch, Capduelh, Capdueil], Pons de.

Cape, Safford

Capecchi, Renato

Capece, Alessandro

Capece [Capeci], Carlo Sigismondo

Capela

Capell, Richard

Capella

Capella, Martianus.

Capella Rorantistarum.

Capelle

Capelli, David August von.

Capelli [Capello, Cappelli], Giovanni Maria

Capellini, Carlo

Capellini [Capollini, Cappellini], Michelangelo

Capello, Giovanni Francesco

Capellus, Andreas [Andrea Capella]

Capet, Lucien

Cape Town

Cape Verde

Capi, Adrien.

Capi de Camargo.

Capilla

Capillas, Francisco López.

Capilupi [Lovetti, Loetti, Luetti], Gemignano [Geminiano]

Capirola, Vincenzo

Capirola Lutebook

Capistrum

Capitán.

Capitol.

Capitolo

Capitulary [liber capitularius]

Caplet, André (Léon)

Capllonch (i Rotger), Miquel

Capmany i Farrès, Aureli [Capmany Farrés, Aurelio]

Capobanda

Capocci, Alessandro

Capocci, Filippo

Capocci, Gaetano

Capoianu, Dumitru

Capollini, Michelangelo.

Caporale, Andrea

Capo tasto [capo]

Capotorti, Luigi

Capp, Bartold

Cappa, Carlo Alberto

Cappa, Chiaffredo [Gioffredo]

Cappadocia.

Cappella

Cappelli [Cappello], Bartolomeo

Cappelli, Gilberto

Cappelli, Giovanni Maria.

Cappellini, Michelangelo.

Cappellini, Pietro Paolo

Cappi.

Cappi, Adrien.

Cappi, Pietro

Cappi de Camargo.

Capponi, Gino Angelo [Capponius, Ginus Angelus]

Cappuccilli, Piero

Cappy, Adrien.

Capranica [Capranico], Matteo

Capriccio

Capriccio, a

Capriccioso, Accademico Bizzarro.

Capricornus [Bockshorn, Brockshorn], Samuel Friedrich

Caprioli, Carlo.

Caprioli, Giovanni Paolo

Caproli [Caprioli, Del Violino], Carlo

Caproli, Jacopo.

Capron, Henri

Capron, Nicolas

Capsir, [Capsir-Tanzi], Mercedes [Mercè]

Captain Beefheart [Van Vliet, Don; Vliet, Don (Glen)]

Capua, Marcello da.

Capua, Rinaldo di.

Capuana, Franco

Capuana, Mario

Capucci, Giuseppe Antonio.

Caput.

Caputi, Manilio

Capuzzi [Capucci], Giuseppe Antonio

Capy [Capi, Cappi, Cappy], Adrien

Cara [Carra], Marchetto [Marco, Marcus, Marchettus]

Caracas.

Caracciolo, Franco

Caracciolo, Paolo

Caracole.

Caradori-Allan [née de Munck], Maria (Caterina Rosalbina)

Carafa (de Colobrano), Michele [Michel] (Enrico-Francesco-Vincenzo-Aloisio-Paolo)

Caraffe, Charles-Placide [le cadet iii]

Caramuel (y Lobkowitz), Juan [Jan]

Carapella, Tommaso

Carapetyan, Armen

Carasaus

Carbonchi, Antonio

Carcani [Carcano], Giacomo

Carcani [Carcano], Giuseppe [Gioseffo]

Carcassi.

Carcassi, Matteo

Cárceres [Cárçeres], Bartolomé

Carchillion, Thomas.

Cardano, Girolamo [Cardan, Jerome; Cardanus, Hieronymous]

Cardarelli, Francesco

Carden, Joan

Cardenal, Peire.

Cárdenas (Pinelo), Guty [Augusto Alejandro]

Cardew, Cornelius

Cardiff.

Cardilli [Cardillo], Jacopo Antonio

Cardine, Eugène

Cardon, Jean-Baptiste

Cardon [Cardoni], Jean-Guillain [Jean-Baptiste]

Cardona, Alejandro

Cardonne, Jean-Baptiste [Philibert]

Cardoso, Lindembergue (Rocha)

Cardoso, Manuel

Cardot [Richard de Bellengues]

Cardus, Sir (John Frederick) Neville

Careest, Joos.

Carelli, Emma

Caresana, Cristoforo

Carestini, Giovanni [Cusanino]

Carey, Henry

Carges, Wilhelm.

Carhart & Needham.

Caribo

Carillon

Cariou, Len [Leonard]

Carisch.

Carisio, Giovanni [‘Il Orbino’, ‘Il Cieco’]

Carissimi, Giacomo [Jacomo]

Carité, Jean [Jacques].

Cariteo, Il.

Carlay, Johannes.

Carlen.

Carlerii [Carleri, Carlier], Jacobus

Carlerius, Egidius [Carlier, Gilles; Charlier, Gilles]

Carles y Amat, Joan.

Carleton [Carlton], Nicholas

Carl [Karl] Eugen, Duke of Württemberg

Carli.

Carli, Antonio Francesco

Carli, Girolamo [Carlo, Hieronymo]

Carlid, Göte

Carlier, Crespin [Crépin]

Carlier, Gilles.

Carlier, Jacobus.

Carlier, Jacquemyn.

Carlier, Jehan le.

Carlino, Giovanni Giacomo [Giangiacomo]

Carlo, Hieronymo.

Carlo del Violino.

Carlos, Wendy [Walter]

Carl Rosa Opera Company.

Carlson, David

Carlsruhe.

Carlstedt, Jan

Carl [Karl] Theodor

Carlton, Nicholas.

Carlton, Richard

Carluccio di Pamfilio.

Carmelitus, Frater.

Carmen

Carmen, Johannes

Carmena y Millán, Luis

Carmichael, Hoagy [Hoagland Howard]

Carmina Burana

Carmina Quartet.

Carmine, Teodoro del.

Carmirelli, Pina [Giuseppina]

Carnaby, William

Karnatak music.

Carnefresca.

Carnegie Hall.

Carnegie United Kingdom Trust.

Carneiro, Cláudio (Pinto de Queiroz Teixeira)

Carner [Cohen], Mosco

Carney, Harry (Howell)

Carnicer (y Batlle), Ramón

Carnyx [karnyx].

Caro de Boesi, José Antonio

Carol.

Carola

Carolan [Carrallan, Carrollan, Carrollini, O'Carolan], Turlough [Ó Cearbhalláin, Toirdhealbhach]

Carole [carol]

Caroli, Angelo Antonio

Caroline Islands.

Carolsfeld, Ludwig Schnorr von.

Caron, Firminus

Caron, Leon Francis Victor

Carosio, Margherita

Caroso, Fabritio

Caroubel, Nicolas Francisque

Caroubel, Pierre Francisque [Fransigne, Fransignes]

Carozza, Giovanni Dominico.

Carpani, Giovanni Antonio

Carpani, Giovanni Battista.

Carpani, Giuseppe

Carpenter, John Alden

Carpentier, Alejo

Carpentras [Genet, Elzéar]

Carpiani, Giovanni Luca.

Carpio (Valdés), Roberto

Carpitella, Diego

Carr.

Carr, Edwin (James Nairn)

Carr, Joe ‘Fingers’.

Carr, John

Carr, Leroy

Carr, Robert

Carrallan, Turlough.

Carrapatoso, Eurico (Lopes Monteiro de Morais)

Carrara, Michele

Carrasco Candil, Alfredo

Carraud, (Michel) Gaston

Carré, Albert

Carré, Antoine, Sieur de la Grange

Carré, Marguerite [Giraud, Marthe]

Carrée

Carrée à queue

Carreira.

Carrell, James P.

Carreño (José), Cayetano

Carreño, Inocente

Carreño, (Maria) Teresa

Carrer [Carreris], Pavlos [Carrer, Paolo; Karrer, Paul]

Carreras, José [Josep]

Carrera y Lanchares, Pedro

Carretti, Giuseppe Maria

Carri.

Carrillo(-Trujillo), Julián (Antonio)

Carrión, Jerónimo de

Carrodus, John (Tiplady)

Carrollan [Carollini], Turlough.

Carrone, Giovanni

Carrozza [Carozza], Giovanni Domenico [Dominico]

Carse, Adam (von Ahn)

Cartagenera.

Cartagenova, Gian [Giovanni]-Orazio [Joao Oracio]

Cartari, Giuliano

Carte, Richard D’Oyly

Cartellieri, Antonio Casimir

Carter, Andrew

Carter, Benny [Bennett Lester]

Carter, Betty [Jones, Lillie Mae; Betty Bebop; Carter, Lorraine]

Carter, Elliott (Cook)

Carter, Ernest Trow

Carter, Richard

Carter, Ron(ald Levin)

Carter, (Charles) Thomas (i)

Carter, Thomas (ii)

Carter, Tim(othy)

Carter Family, the.

Carthusian monks.

Carthusiensis, Johannes.

Carthy, Eliza (Amy Forbes)

Carthy, Martin (Dominic Forbes)

Cartier, Antoine [Anthoinne]

Cartier, Jean Baptiste

Carulli.

Carulli, Ferdinando (M[aria?] Meinrado Francesco Pascale Rosario)

Carusio, Luigi.

Caruso, Enrico

Caruso, Giuseppe

Caruso [Carusio], Luigi [Lodovico].

Carvaille, Léon.

Carvalho, Caroline [Miolan, Miolan-Carvalho; née Félix-Miolan, Marie]

Carvalho (Muricy), Dinorá (Gontijo) de

Carvalho, Eleazar (de)

Carvalho, João de Sousa

Carvalho, José Jorge de

Carvalho [Carvaille], Léon

Carver, Robert.

Carvor [Carver, Carber, Arnot], Robert

Carwarden [Caewardine], John

Carwithen, Doreen

Cary, Annie Louise

Cary, Tristram (Ogilvie)

Caryll, Ivan [Tilkin, Félix]

Casa, Lisa della.

Casablancas (Domingo), Benet

Casadesus.

Casalbigi, Ranieri [Raniero] [de’, de, da].

Casale, Primo

Casale Monferrato.

Casali, Giovanni Battista

Casali, Lodovico

Casals, Pablo [Pau]

Casamorata, Luigi Ferdinando

Casanova, André

Casanovas (i Puig), Josep

Casanovas, Narciso [Casanoves, Narcís]

Casares Rodicio, (Francisco) Emilio

Casarini, Domenica

Casati, Gasparo

Casati, Girolamo [Geronimo] [Filago]

Casati, Teodoro

Casavant Frères.

Casavola, Franco

Casazza [née Mari], Elvira

Cascarda

Cascata

Caschindorf, Stephan.

Casciolini, Claudio

Cascudo, Luiz da Câmara

Case, John

Caseda, Diego de.

Casella

Casella, Alfredo

Casella [Caselli], Pietro

Casellas [Cassellas], Jaime (de)

Casentini, Marsilio

Casentini, Silao

Caserta, Antonello da.

Caserta, Philippus de [Philipoctus, Filipoctus]

Cash, Johnny [John] (Ray)

Cashian, Philip (John)

Casimiri, Raffaele (Casimiro)

Casimiro Júnior [Casimiro da Silva], Joaquim

Casini, Giovanni Maria

Casio.

Caskel, Christoph

Casken, John (Arthur)

Casolani [Casulani], Leonardo

Casparini [Caspari].

Cassa

Cassa dei bischieri

Cassa di legno

Cassadó (Moreu), Gaspar

Cassadó (Valls), Joaquín

Cassagne, Joseph la.

Cassani, Giuseppe

Cassa rullante

Cassation

Casseda [Caseda], Diego de

Cassellas, Jaime.

Cassidy, Claudia

Cassilly, Richard

Cassiodorus [Flavius Cassiodorus Magnus Aurelius Senator]

Cassirer, Fritz

Casson, Thomas

Cassuto, Alvaro (Leon)

Castagna, Bruna

Castagneri [Castagnery], Andrea [André]

Castagneri, Marie-Anne

Castagnoli, Giulio

Castaldi, Alfonso

Castaldi, Bellerofonte

Castaldi, Paolo

Castañeda, José

Castanets

Castel, José

Castel, Louis-Bertrand

Castelain, Charles [Jean].

Casteliono, Giovanni Antonio da.

Castellan, Jeanne Anaïs

Castellanos, Evencio

Castellanos(-Yumar), Gonzalo

Castellanos, Pablo

Castellanos, Rafael Antonio

Castellanus, Petrus

Castelli, Ottaviano

Castellioneus, Johannes.

Castello, Dario

Castelnovato [Castelnovate], Lucio

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario

Castendorfer, Stephan.

Castérède, Jacques

Casti, Giovanni Battista [Giambattista]

Castiglione [Casteliono, Castione], Giovanni Antonio da [Castellioneus, Johannes]

Castiglioni, Niccolò

Castil-Blaze [Blaze, François-Henri-Joseph]

Castileti, Jean.

Castilleja, Pedro Fernández de.

Castillo, Bernardo Clavijo del.

Castillo, Diego (Martínez) del

Castillo, Fructos del

Castillo, Graciela

Castillo, Jesús

Castillo, Manuel

Castillo, Ricardo

Castillon (de Saint-Victor), (Marie-)Alexis, Vicomte de

Castle Garden.

Castle Society.

Castrapuercas [capa puercas, capador].

Castrato

Castro.

Castro, Carlos José

Castro, Esteban Salas y.

Castro, Francisco de

Castro, Francisco José de [‘Accademico Formato’]

Castro, Jean de [Iehan, Giovan, Giovanni, Ioanne, Ioannis a]

Castro, Juan Blas de.

Castro Herrera, Ricardo

Castro-Robinson, Eve de

Castrovillari, Daniele da [di]

Castro y Malagaray [Mallagaray], Juan de

Castrucci, Pietro

Casulana [Mezari], Maddalena

Casulani, Leonardo.

Cäsur

Catalani, Alfredo

Catalani, Angelica

Catalani [Catalano], Ottavio [Ottaviano]

Cataldo, Salvatore di.

Catán (Porteny), Daniel

Catania.

Catanzaro, Innocentio di Paula di.

Catargi, Alexis

Catch.

Catch, Jack.

Catel, Charles-Simon

Catelani, Angelo

Catena

Catenacci, Gian Domenico.

Cathala [Cathalas], Jean

Catholic Monarchs.

Catlett, Sid(ney) [Big Sid]

Catley, Ann [Anne]

Catlin, George

Cato, Diomedes

Catoire [Katuar], Georgy (L'vovich)

Catrufo, Gioseffo [Giuseppe]

Cattani, Giovanni Lorenzo

Cattenacci [Catenacci], Gian Domenico

Cattenar, Enrico

Cattin, Giulio

Catullus, Gaius Valerius

Catunda, Eunice.

Caturla, Alejandro García

Cauchie, Maurice

Caudella, Eduard

Caudella [Kandela], Philipp

Caulery [Cauleray], Jean

Caupain, Ernoul

Caurroy, Eustache du.

Caus, Salomon de

Caussé, Gérard

Caussin[Causin], Ernold [Causinus, Arnoldus]

Caustun [Causton, Cawston], Thomas

Cautelay, Guillaume.

Cauvin, Gaspard Alexis

Cauvin, Jean.

Caux de Cappeval, N. de

Cavaccio [Cavacchio, Cavaggio, Cavazzio], Giovanni

Cavaco

Cavaglieri, Geronimo

Cavaillé-Coll, Aristide

Cavalaro, Ascanio.

Cavaliere del Liuto [Cavalier du luth].

Cavalieri, Catarina [Cavalier, Catharina Magdalena Josepha]

Cavalieri, Emilio de’

Cavalieri, Lina [Natalina]

Cavalieri, Paolo

Cavallari, Ascanio.

Cavallari, Girolamo.

Cavalli [Caletti, Caletto, Bruni, Caletti-Bruni, Caletto Bruni], (Pietro) [Pier] Francesco

Cavalliere, Giovanni Filippo

Cavallini, Ernesto

Cavallini, Eugenio

Cavallini, Ivano

Çavallos, Francisco de.

Çavallos, Rodrigo de.

Cavana, Giovanni Battista

Cavanagh, Beverley (Anne).

Cavanillas [Cavanilles], Juan Bautista José.

Cavanni [Cavani], Francesco

Cavaquinho.

Cavata

Cavatina

Cavatoni [Cavatone], Pietro

Cavazzio, Giovanni.

Cavazzoni, Girolamo

Cavazzoni, Marco Antonio [Marco Antonio da Bologna, Marco Antonio da Urbino]

Caveau, Société (des dîners) du.

Cavedagna, Vincenzo

Cavendish, Michael

Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle

Cavi, Filippo da

Cavos, Catterino Al'bertovich

Cawston, Thomas.

Caylus, Anne Claude Philippe de Pestels de Lévis de Tubières-Grimoard, Comte de

Caza, Francesco

Cazaban, Costin

Cazden, Norman

Cazeaux, Isabelle (Anne-Marie)

Cazotte, Jacques

Cazzati, Maurizio

CBS [Columbia Broadcasting System].

CD [compact disc].

Ceballos [Cevallos, Zaballos, Zavallos], Francisco de

Ceballos [Çavallos, Cevallos, Zaballos, etc.], Rodrigo de

CeBeDeM.

Cebell.

Cebotari, Maria

Ceccarelli, Francesco

Ceccarelli, Odoardo

Cecchelli, Carlo

Cecchi, Domenico [‘Il Cortona’]

Cecchini, Angelo

Cecchino [Cecchini], Tomaso

Cecconcelli, Pietro

Cecconi-Botella, Monic

Cecere, Carlo

Cechus de Florentia.

Cecilia.

Cecilian festivals.

Cecilian movement

Cecil Sharp House.

Cédez

Cefaut.

Céilidh

Celaleddin Rumi [Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī].

Celani [Celano].

Celano, Francesco.

Celempung.

Celesta

Celeste.

Celestina.

Celestinette [coelestinette].

Celestini, Giovanni

Celestino [Celestini], Eligio

Celibidache, Sergiu

Celimela

Celis, Frits

Cellarius [Hausskeller], Simon

Cellavenia [Cillavenia], Francesco

Celles, François Bédos de.

Celletti, Rodolfo

Celli, Frank H. [Standing, Francis]

Celli, Joseph

Cellier, Alfred

Cellier, Jacques

Cellisches Tabulaturbuch

Cello.

Celoniati [Celoniatti, Celoniat, Celonieti, Celonietto], Ignazio

Celtic chant.

Celtic music.

Celtis [Celtes], Conradus Protucius [Bickel, Conrad; Pickel, Conrad]

Cembal d’amour.

Cembalo

Cembalo angelico.

Cembalo traverso

Cembalo verticale

Cemino [Cimino, Cimeno], Donato

Cencerro

Cenci, Giuseppe [‘Giuseppino’]

Cenci, Lodovico

Censorinus

Censorship.

Cent.

Center, Ronald

Cento

Centonization

Central African Republic

Central America.

Central Asia.

Central City.

Central Park Garden Concerts.

Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale.

Centre de Recherches Musicales de Wallonie.

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.

Centro per le Iniziative Musicale in Sicilia.

Centro Rossiniano di Studi.

Centrum Nederlandse Muziek.

Cephalicus

Cerato, Il.

Cercar della nota

Ceremonial

Cererols, Joan

Ceresini, Giovanni

Cerha, Friedrich

Cerilli, Francesco.

Cernay [Pointu], Germaine

Černík, Josef

Cernitz [Cerniz], Ulrich

Černohorský [Czernohorsky], Bohuslav Matěj

Černušák, Gracian

Černý, Jaromír

Černý [Cžerny], Jiří [Nigrin, Nygryn, Georg]

Černý, Ladislav

Černý, Miroslav K(arel)

Cerone, Pietro

Cerqueira, Fernando (Barbosa de)

Cerreto, Scipione

Cerrito, Fanny [Francesca]

Cerro, Luigi

Certain, Marie-Françoise

Certon, Pierre

Ceruti.

Ceruti, Roque

Cervantes (Kawanag), Ignacio

Cervantes (Saavedra), Miguel de

Cerveau, Pierre

Cerveira, António Machado e.

Cervelas

Cervelló (i Garriga), Jordi

Červený, Václav František

Cervera, Juan Francisco

Cervetti, Sergio

Cervetto, Giacobbe Basevi

Cervetto, James

Cervo, Barnaba

Ces

Cesana, Bartolomeo Mutis, Count of.

Cesare, Giovanni [Gian] Martino [Caesar, Johann Martin]

Cesari, Gaetano

Cesarini, Carlo Francesco

Cesaris, Johannes

Cesena, Giovanni Battista.

Cesena, Peregrinus [Veronensis, Peregrinus Cesena]

Ceses

Cesi, Pietro

Cesis, Sulpitia

České Budějovice

Cesolfa.

Cesolfaut.

Cesti, Antonio [Pietro]

Cesti, Remigio

Cetara [cetera]

Cetera

Ceterone [citara tiorbata]

Cetra (i)

Cetra (ii).

Cetra da tavola

Cetula

Cevallos, Rodrigo de.

Cevenini, Camillo

Ceylon.

Cezar, Corneliu

C.f.

C fa ut.

Chabanceau de la Barre.

Chabanon, Michel-Paul-Guy de

Chabran, Charles.

Chabran, Gaetano.

Chabrier, (Alexis-)Emmanuel

Chace [chasse]

Cha cha cha.

Chaconne

Chad

Chadabe, Joel

Chadwick, George Whitefield

Chaġāna.

Chagas, Paulo C(ésar)

Chagas-Rosa, António (Manuel)

Chagrin, Francis

Chahār pāra.

Chaikovsky, Pyotr Il'yich.

Chailley, Jacques

Chaillou de Pesstain

Chailly, Luciano

Chailly, Riccardo

Chailò [Chaiolò], Gian Carlo.

Chair [Chaire, Choir] organ

Chakmakjian, Alan.

Chalabala, Zdeněk

Chalayev, Shirvani Ramazanovich

Chaldean rite, music of the.

Chalemelle [chalemie]

Chaliapin [Shalyapin], Fyodor (Ivanovich)

Challen.

Challier.

Challis, Bill [William H.]

Challis, John

Challoner, Neville Butler

Chalmers, John (Harvey)

Chaloff, Serge

Chalumeau

Chamaterò [Chamatterò di Negri, Camaterò], Ippolito [Hippolito]

Chamberlain, Houston Stewart

Chamber music

Chamber Music America.

Chamber Music New Zealand.

Chamber opera.

Chamber orchestra.

Chamber organ [cabinet organ]

Chambers, Dennis (Milton)

Chambers, Stephen Alexander.

Chambers, Wendy Mae

Chamber sonata.

Chamber symphony

Chambonnières, Jacques Champion, Sieur de

Chambray, Louis François, Marquis of [Fakaerti or Fakaerli; de Ratisbonne, George]

Chaminade, Cécile (Louise Stéphanie)

Chamorro music.

Champagne, Claude (Joseph Arthur Adonai)

Champein, Stanislas

Champgrand, Sophie de.

Champion.

Champness [Champnes, Champneys], Samuel Thomas

Chance.

Chance, John Barnes

Chance, Michael

Chance, Nancy Laird

Chançoneta.

Chancy [Chansi], François de

Chandor, Henry

Chandos.

Chang.

Chang, Sarah

Change ringing.

Changes.

Changgo.

Changing note.

Chanler, Theodore (Ward)

Channey, Jean de

Channing, Carol (Elaine)

Chanot.

Chan Pui-fang.

Chansi, François de.

Chanson

Chanson à boire.

Chanson baladée.

Chanson de geste

Chanson de toile [chanson d’histoire]

Chansoneta.

Chanson-motet.

Chansonnier (i).

Chansonnier (ii).

Chansonnier Cordiforme

Chanson pour boire [chanson à boire]

Chanson sans paroles

Chant, Gregorian.

Chantavoine, Jean (François Henri)

Chante-fable.

Chanter.

Chanterelle

Chantey.

Chanticleer.

Chantilly, Mlle.

Chantilly Manuscript

Chant sans paroles

Chanty.

Chan Wing-wah

Chanzo.

Chanzoneta [chançoneta, chansoneta, canzoneta, cansoneta]

Chapeau chinois

Chapel

Chapelet, Francis

Chapelle, Jacques de la.

Chapel Royal.

Chapí (y Lorente), Ruperto

Chapin.

Chappell.

Chappell, Frank.

Chapteuil, Pons de.

Chapuis, Auguste (Paul Jean-Baptiste)

Chapuis, Michel

Characteristic [character-]piece

Character notation [shape-note notation, buckwheat notation].

Charango.

Chardavoine [Chardavoyne], Jehan [Jean]

Chardiny [Chardin, Chardini], Louis-Claude-Armand

Chardon de Croisilles

Chareau, Antoine.

Charité [Carité], Jean [Jacques]

Chariteo, Il.

Charity children.

Charivari

Charke, Richard

Charles [first name unknown]

Charles V.

Charles VI, Emperor

Charles, Michel, Ozi et Cie.

Charles, Ray [Robinson, Ray Charles]

Charles d'Argentille [Ciarles Argentil]

Charleston (i).

Charleston (ii).

Charleston machine.

Charlier, Gilles.

Charlier de Gerson, Jean.

Charlot, André

Charlton, David

Charlton, Dennis.

Charpentier.

Charpentier, Gustave

Charpentier, Jacques

Charpentier, Marc-Antoine

Chart.

Charteris, Richard

Charters, Samuel (Barclay)

Charton-Demeur [de Meur], Anne [Arsène]

Chartrain [Chartrin], ? Nicolas-Joseph

Chartres.

Charvet, Jehan.

Chase, Gilbert

Chassa.

Chasse.

Chassé (de Chinais), Claude Louis Dominique [de]

Chassidism.

Chastelain [Chastellain, Chasteleyn, Castelain, Scastelain, Schastelain], Charles [Jean]

Chastelain de Couci

Chasteleyn [Chastellain], Charles [Jean].

Chastellux [Châtellux], François-Jean, Marquis [Chevalier] de

Chastillon, Guillaume de, Sieur de la Tour

Châtelet, Jean Guyot de.

Chatham, Rhys

Chatman, Stephen (George)

Chaucer, Geoffrey

Chaulieu, Charles

Chaumont, Lambert

Chaurasia, Hari Prasad

Chaushian, Levon Alexandri

Chausson, (Amédée-)Ernest

Chautauqua.

Chauvet, Alexis

Chauvin, Louis

Chauvon, François

Chavarri [Chavarría].

Chávez (y Ramírez), Carlos (Antonio de Padua)

Chávez Aguilar, Monseñor Pablo

Chaykovsky, Aleksandr Vladimirovich

Chaykovsky, Boris Aleksandrovich

Chaykovsky, Pytor Il'yich.

Chaynée, Jean de

Chaynes, Charles

Chayre organ.

Chebotarian, Gayane (Movses)

Chechin.

Chechlińska, Zofia

Check [back check].

Chédeville [Chefdeville].

Cheetham, John.

Chef

Chef d’attaque

Chefdeville.

Chef d’harmonie

Chein, Louis

Cheio

Cheironomy

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich

Chekker

Chelard [Chélard], Hippolyte-André(-Jean)-Baptiste

Chelemele

Chelleri [Kelleri, Keller, Cheler], Fortunato

Chelsea Opera Group.

Cheltenham International Festival.

Chelys

Chemberdzhi, Yekaterina [Katya]

Chementi, Margherita.

Chemin-Petit, Hans

Chemische Druckerey.

Chemyn, Nicolas.

Chenevillet [Cheneveuillet], Pierre

Cheney, Amy Marcy.

Cheng.

Chen Gang

Cheng Changgeng

Cheng Yanqiu

Chenier, Clifton

Chennevière, Daniel.

Chen Peixun [Chan Pui-fang]

Chen Qigang

Chen Shihui [Chen Shih-Hui]

Chen Xiaoyong

Chen Yi

Cherbuliez, Antoine-Elisée

Cherbury, Lord Herbert of.

Cherednichenko, Tat'yana Vasil'yevna

Chéreau, Patrice

Cherepnin.

Cherici [Chierici, Clerici], Sebastiano

Cherkassky, Shura

Cherll, Giovanni Gasparo.

Cherney, Brian

Chernov, Vladimir

Chéron, André

Cheroubikon [Cherubic Hymn].

Cherry, Don(ald Eugene)

Cherubic Hymn.

Cherubini, Luigi (Carlo Zanobi Salvadore Maria)

Chérubini, Méhul et Cie.

Cheslock, Louis

Chess.

Chester.

Chester, J. & W.

Chester plays.

Chest of viols.

Chetham [Cheetham], John

Chetwoode, Robert

Cheute [chute]

Chevalet

Chevalier [Chevallier].

Chevalier, Maurice (Auguste)

Chevardière, Louis Balthazard de la.

Chevé, Emile Joseph Maurice

Chevé method.

Chevillard, (Paul Alexandre) Camille

Chevillard, Pierre (Alexandre François)

Cheviller

Chevilles

Chèvre [chèvrette, cabrette]

Chevreuille, Raymond

Chew Shyh-Ji.

Chézy, Helmina [Wilhelmine Christiane] von [née Klencke]

Chiabrano [Ciabran, Ciabrano], Carlo (Giuseppe Valentino) [Chabran, Charles]

Chiabrano [Chabran, Ciabran, Ciabrano], (Gaspare Giuseppe) Gaetano.

Chiabrera, Gabriello [Il Savonese]

Chiamata

Chiang Wen-yeh.

Chiara, Maria(-Rita)

Chiarentana [chiarenzana, chirinitana, giaranzana]

Chiari, Giuseppe

Chiarini, Pietro

Chiaroscuro.

Ciaula [Chiaula, da Palermo, Palermitano, Panormitano], Mauro [Maurus Panhormita]

Chiavelloni, Vincenzo

Chiavette

Chiavi naturali

Chiavi trasportate

Chic.

Chicago.

Chicago jazz.

Chickering.

Chicotén.

Chierici, Sebastiano.

Chierisy

Chiesa

Chiesa, Melchiorre

Chievre, Robert de Reins La.

Chifonie

Chihara, Paul (Seiko)

Chilcot, Thomas

Child, Francis James

Child, William

Child ballad.

Childe

Childe, Anne.

Childs, Barney (Sanford)

Chile

Chilese, Bastian

Chilesotti, Oscar

Chilingirian Quartet.

Chilmead, Edmund

Chilò, Gian Carlo.

Chilston

Chilton, John (James)

Chime-bells.

Chimènes, Myriam

Chimenti [Chementi], Margherita [‘La Droghierina’]

Chimes.

Chimes, orchestral.

Chimney Flute.

Chimurenga.

Ch’in.

Chin, Unsuk

China, People’s Republic of (Chin. Zhonghua renmin gonghe guo).

Chinelli, Giovanni Battista [‘L’Occhialino’]

Chinese pavilion.

Chinese woodblock.

Ching.

Ching-hu.

Chin rest

Chinzer [Chintzer, Ghinzer, Kinzer], Giovanni

Chiochiolo [Chiocchiolo, Chioccioli], Antonio

Chiodi, Buono Giuseppe

Chiodino, Giovanni Battista

Chiozzotto.

Chipre.

Chirbury [Chyrbury], R.

Chirescu, Ioan D(umitru)

Chiriac, Mircea

Chiriac, Tudor

Chirico, Andrea de.

Chirihuano.

Chirimía

Chirinitana.

Chiroplast.

Chishko, Oles' [Aleksander] Semyonovich

Chisholm, Erik

Chissell, Joan (Olive)

Chitarino

Chitarra

Chitarrino

Chitarrone

Chitchian, Geghuni Hovannesi

Chiti, Girolamo

Chiufolo.

Chiuso (i)

Chiuso (ii)

Chkhikvadze, Grigol

Chladni, Ernst (Florenz Friedrich)

Chlubna, Osvald

Chocalho.

Choeurs (i)

Choeurs (ii)

Choir (ii).

Choir (i).

Choir (iii).

Choir organ.

Chojnacka, Elisabeth [Elżbieta]

Choke cymbals.

Chollet, Jean Baptiste (Marie)

Chołoniewski, Marek

Chomiński, Józef Michał

Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek [Frédéric François]

Choral

Choralbass.

Choralbearbeitung

Chorale.

Chorale cantata

Chorale concerto [chorale concertato]

Chorale fantasia

Chorale fugue [chorale fughetta]

Chorale mass.

Chorale monody.

Chorale motet (i)

Chorale motet (ii).

Chorale partita.

Chorale prelude

Chorale ricercare.

Chorale settings.

Chorale variations.

Choralflöte

Choral Harmonists’ Society.

Choralreform

Choralvorspiel

Chorasselt.

Chord

Chordal style.

Chordophone.

Chord zither.

Chorēgia.

Choreinbau.

Choreography.

Choreometrics.

Choristfagott

Chorley, Henry F(othergill)

Choro.

Choron, Alexandre(-Etienne)

Chorsaite

Chorton

Chorus (i) [choir]

Chorus (ii).

Chorus (iii).

Chorus (v).

Chorzempa, Daniel (Walter)

Chottin, Alexis

Chotzinoff [Chatianov], Samuel

Choudens.

Chouquet, (Adolphe) Gustave

Chourmouzios the Archivist [Chourmouzios the Chartophylax; Chourmouzios (Georgiou) Chartophylax]

Chou Wen-chung

Chowning, John M(acLeod)

Chreli.

Chrétien [Crétien, Chrestien], Gilles-Louis [Louis-Gilles]

Chrétien, Hedwige (Gennaro-)

Chrétien, Hippolyte

Chrétien [Crétien, Chrestien], Jean-Baptiste

Chrétien [Crétien] de Troyes

Crichton, Robert.

Chrismann, Franz Xaver [Crisman, Chrismanni, Križman, Krismann, Frančisek Ksaver]

Chrisogonus, Federicus.

Christchurch.

Christenius, Johann [Christianus, Johannes]

Christensen, Axel W(aldemar)

Christensen, Dieter

Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway

Christian, Charlie [Charles]

Christian Church, music of the early.

Christiania.

Christianissimus.

Christian Scientists, music of the.

Christiansen, Henning

Christianus, Johannes.

Christie, John

Christie, William (Lincoln)

Christina [Christina Alexandra], Queen of Sweden

Christmann, Johann Friedrich

Christmas plays.

Christo, Luiz de [Cristo, Luís de]

Christofellis, Aris

Christoff, Boris (Kirilov)

Christoforus [Cristoforo] de Monte[de Feltro]

Christou, Jani

Christy, Edwin Pearce

Christy [Harrington], George

Chromatic

Chronos prōtos

Chrysander, (Karl Franz) Friedrich

Chrysanthos of Madytos

Chrysaphes, Manuel

Chrysaphes the New.

Chrysoponus [Chrysogonus] Gevicenus [Gevicensis], Andreas [Chrysoponus Jevíčský, Ondřej]

Chrysostom, John

Chuchro, Josef

Chudova, Tat'yana Alekseyevna

Chueca, Federico

Chugayev, Aleksandr Georgiyevich

Chukhajian, Tigran Gevorki

Chula.

Chulaki, Mikhail Ivanovich

Chunchus-collas.

Chung.

Church.

Church, John

Church mode [ecclesiastical mode]

Church Music Association.

Church Music Society.

Church of Christ, Scientist, music of the.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints [Mormon Church], music of the.

Church sonata.

Churgin, Bathia (Dina)

Churkin, Nikolay Nikolayevich

Chusid, Martin

Chustrovius, Johannes

Chute.

Chutney

Chuuk.

Ch'ü Wei.

Chvála, Emanuel

Chybiński, Adolf (Eustachy)

Chyliński, Andrzej

Chym, Carl.

Chyrbury, Robert.

Ciabran [Ciabrano], Carlo.

Ciabran [Ciabrano], Gaetano.

Ciaccona

Cialamella

Ciampi, Francesco

Ciampi, Marcel

Ciampi, Vincenzo (Legrenzio)

Cianchettini, Pio

Cianchettini, Veronica.

Ciaramella

Chiaula, Mauro.

Cibber [née Shore], Catherine

Cibber [née Arne], Susanna Maria

Cibell [cebell, sebell].

Cibot, Noel.

Ciccarello, Nuntio

Ciccolini, Aldo

Ciccolino.

Ciceri, Pierre-Luc-Charles

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

Ciciliano

Cicognini, Alessandro

Cicognini, Giacinto Andrea

Cicognini, Jacopo

Ciconia, Johannes

Cieco, Il.

Ciecolino.

Ciera, Ippolito [Cyera, Hippolito]

Cifra, Antonio

Cifuentes, Pedro

Ciglič, Zvonimir

Cigna, Gina [Sens, Genoveffa; Sens, Ginetta]

Cigna-Santi, Vittorio Amedeo

Cigrang, Edmond

Cikker, Ján

Cilea, Francesco

Cillario, Carlo Felice

Cillavenia, Francesco.

Cima.

Cimador [Cimadoro], Giambattista [Giovanni Battista; J.B.]

Cimarosa, Domenico

Cimatore, Michele

Cimbala

Cimbaletto.

Cimbalom [kimbalom]

Cimbasso

Cimello, Giovanthomaso

Cimeno [Cimino], Donato.

Cimze, Jānis

Cincinnati.

Cinelli

Cinema organ.

Cinéphonies.

Cinque pas [cinque-pace, cinque pass, sincopas, sink-a-pace]

Cinquième

Cinti-Damoreau [née Montalant], Laure (Cinthie)

Ciobanu, Ghenadie

Ciobanu, Gheorghe

Ciobanu, Maia

Ciomac, Emanoil

Ciortea, Tudor

Ciphering

Cipolla, Francesco

Cipra, Milo

Ciprianus Sieradensis.

Circle of fifths

Circolo mezzo

Cirillo [Cerilli], Francesco

Cirlerus, Stephanus.

Cirot, Noel.

Cirri, Giovanni Battista

Ciruelo, Pedro

Cirullo, Giovanni Antonio

Cis

CISAC.

Cisilino, Siro

Cisis

Cisneros, Eleonora de [Broadfoot, Eleanor]

Cisoing, Jaque de.

Cistercian monks.

Cisteron

Cistre (i)

Cistre (ii)

Cithara.

Cithare

Cithare d’amateur

Citharode.

Cithrinchen [bell guittern]

Citkowitz, Israel

Citola

Citole

Citra.

Citron, Marcia J(udith)

Citron, Pierre

Cittern [cithren, cittharn, citharen]

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO).

City of London Sinfonia (CLS).

Ciuciura, Leoncjusz

Ciufolo.

Ciuntu, Paul

Čiurlionis, Mikolajus Konstantinas

Čiurlionytė, Jadvyga

Cividale, Antonio da.

Cividale del Friuli.

Civil, Alan

Civita, Davit da [Civita, Davit]

Civitate Austrie, Antonius de.

Clabon, Krzysztof [Clabonius, Christophorus].

Clagget [Claget], Charles

Clagget [Claget, Claggett, Claggitt], Walter

Clairambault Chansonnier

Clairon (i).

Clairon (ii).

Clarion (iii).

Cláirseach.

Clamatione

Clamores.

Clapham, John

Clapisson, (Antonin [Antoine-]) Louis

Clapp, Philip Greeley

Clappers.

Clapton, Eric [Clapp, Eric Patrick]

Claquebois

Clarabella.

Clari, Giovanni Carlo Maria

Claribel.

Claribel Flute [Claribel].

Clarin

Clarín

Clarinet

Clarinette d’amour.

Clarino [clairon, clarion etc.]

Clarion (i).

Clarion (ii).

Clarion (iii).

Clark, (Thomas) Edward

Clark, Frederick Scotson

Clark, Graham (Ronald)

Clark, Jeremiah.

Clark, Petula

Clark, Thomas

Clarke, (James) Hamilton (Siree)

Clarke, Henry Leland [Fairbanks, J.]

Clarke, Herbert (Lincoln)

Clarke, Hugh Archibald

Clarke, James

Clarke, James P(aton)

Clarke [Clark, Clerk], Jeremiah (i)

Clarke [Clark], Jeremiah (ii)

Clarke, John.

Clarke, Kenny [Kenneth] (Spearman) [Klook; Klook-mop; Salaam, Liaquat Ali]

Clarke [Friskin], Rebecca (Thacher) [Helferich]

Clarke, Robert

Clarke, Stanley (M.)

Clarke, Stephen

Clarke, William

Clarke-Whitfeld [Clarke], John

Claro (Valdés), Samuel

Claron

Clarone

Clàrsach.

Clarseath [clarsech, clarseth].

Clash, the.

Classical.

Classical Concert Society.

Classical Harmonists.

Classic rock.

Claude [Claudin] de Sermisy.

Claudel, Paul(-Louis-Charles-Marie)

Claudin (i).

Claudin (ii).

Claudio da Correggio.

Clausholm manuscript

Clausula

Claux [Nicolai], Johannes

Clavé, (José) Anselmo

Clavecin

Clavecin à maillets.

Clavecin brisé

Clavecin de pédale

Clavecin [clavessin] électrique.

Clavecin-luth

Clavecin organisé

Clavecin vertical

Clavecin-vielle.

Clavel, Antoinette Cécile.

Claves

Clavessin électrique.

Clavicembalo

Clavichord

Clavicor.

Clavicordio

Clavicylinder.

Clavicymbelpedal

Clavicytherium

Clavier.

Clavier de pédales

Claviergamba

Claviharpe.

Clavijo del Castillo, Bernardo

Clavinet.

Claviola (i).

Claviola (ii).

Claviorgan [organized piano, harpsichord, etc.]

Clavisimbalum

Clavius, Christophorus [Christoph]

Clay, Frederic (Emes)

Clayton, Norman John

Clayton, Thomas

Cleemann, Friedrich (Joseph Christoph)

Clef

Clegg, John

Clem, Johann Gottlob.

Clemencic, René

Clemens, Johann Georg.

Clemens non Papa, Jacobus [Clement, Jacob]

Clement IX, Pope.

Clément, Charles-François

Clément, Edmond

Clément, (Jacques) Félix (Alfred)

Clement, Franz

Clement, Jacob.

Clement [Clemens, Clementi], Johann Georg

Clementi.

Clementi, Aldo

Clementi [Clemens], Karl

Clementi, Muzio [Clementi, Mutius Philippus Vincentius Franciscus Xaverius]

Clemm, Johann Gottlob.

Cleobury, Stephen (John)

Cleonides [Kleoneidēs].

Clérambault.

Clerc, Charles-Nicolas le.

Clerc, Jean-Pantaléon le.

Clercx-Lejeune, Suzanne

Clereau, Pierre

Clerici, Giovanni

Clerici, Sebastiano.

Clerico, Paolo

Clerk, Jeremiah.

Clerk, Sir John

Cléry [née Duverger; Duvergé], Marie-Elizabeth

Cless, Johann

Cleva, Fausto (Angelo)

Cleve, Halfdan

Cleve, Johannes de

Cleveland.

Cleveland, James L.

Cleveland Quartet.

Clibano, Jacobus de

Clibano, Jheronimus de [Du Four, Jherome]

Clibano, Nycasius [Nicasius, Casijn] de

Cliburn, Van [Lavan, Harvey, jr]

Clicquot.

Clidat, France

Cliff, Jimmy [Chambers, James]

Cliffe, Frederic

Clifford, James

Clifford, Raoul.

Clifton, Arthur.

Climacus

Climen, J. de

Cline, Patsy [Henley, Virginia Patterson]

Clinio [Clingher], Teodoro

Clinis.

Clinton, George

Clinton, George Arthur

Clio [Klio].

Cliquet-Pleyel [Cliquet], Henri

Cliquettes [tablettes]

Clive [née Raftor], Kitty [Catherine]

Clivis [clinis, clivus, flexa]

Cloche

Cloches

Cloches à vache

Clochette

Cloete, Johan(nes Nicolaas)

Clog dance.

Clos.

Close position [close harmony].

Closing group.

Closson, Ernest

Clostre, Adrienne

Clowes.

Clozier, Christian

Cluer, John

Cluj-Napoca.

Cluniac monks.

Cluster.

Clutsam, George Howard

Cluytens, André

Cluzeau-Mortet, Luis

CMRRA [Canadian Music Reproduction Rights Agency].

CMS.

CNRS [Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique].

Coach horn.

Coasters, the.

Coates, Albert

Coates, Edith (Mary)

Coates, Eric

Coates, Gloria

Coates, John

Cobaleda, Alonso Tomé

Cobb [Cob], James

Cobb, John

Cobbett, Walter Willson

Cobbold [Cobhold, Cobold], William

Cobelli, Giuseppina

Coberg, Johann Anton

Cobham, Billy [William]

Cobla (i).

Cobla (ii).

Coblenz.

Cobos (Almaraz), Luis de los

Cocchi, Claudio

Cocchi, Gioacchino

Cocchiata

Coccia, Carlo

Coccia, Maria Rosa

Coccini, Giacomo.

Cocciola [Gocciolo], Giovanni Battista

Cõceição, Roque da.

Cõceyção, Diego da.

Cochereau, Jacques

Cochereau, Pierre

Cochini Jews, music of the.

Cochlaeus [Dobneck, Wendelstein], Johannes

Cochran, Sir C(harles) B(lake)

Cochran, Eddie [Cochrane, Edward]

Cock, Symon

Cocks, Robert

Coclico, Adrianus Petit

Côco.

Cocteau, (Clément Eugène) Jean (Maurice)

Cocx, Jan

Coda

Codax [Codaz], Martin

Codecasa, Teresa.

Codetta

Codex Reina

Codman, Stephen

Coelen, Lambert.

Coelestinette.

Coelho, Manuel Rodrigues.

Coelho, Rui

Coelho Neto, Marcos

Coelison.

Coenen.

Coenen, Johannes Meinardus

Coerne, Louis (Adolphe)

Coeuroy, André [Bélime, Jean]

Coferati, Matteo

Coffey, Charles

Cogan [Coogan], Philip

Cog rattle.

Cohan, George M(ichael)

Cohen, Albert

Cohen, Arnaldo

Cohen, Harriet

Cohen, Joel (Israel)

Cohen, Leonard (Norman)

Cohen, Raymond (Hyman)

Cohen, Robert

Cohn, Arthur

Coignet, Horace

Coin, Christophe

Coipeau, Charles.

Colachon.

Colaço Osorio-Swaab, Reine

Colaianni [Cola Ianno], Giuseppe

Colart le Boutellier

Colascione.

Colasse, Pascal.

Colautti, Arturo

Colbran, Isabella [Isabel] (Angela)

Colding-Jørgensen, Henrik

Cole, Benjamin

Cole, Hugo

Cole, John

Cole, Maggie

Cole, Nat ‘King’ [Coles, Nathaniel Adams]

Cole, Orlando (Timothy)

Cole, (Frances) Ulric

Cole, William

Colebault, Jacques.

Coleman [Colman], Charles

Coleman, Cy [Kaufman, Seymour]

Coleman, Edward

Coleman, Ellen

Coleman, Michael

Coleman, Ornette

Coleman, Steve

Colenda.

Coler, Martin.

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel [Taylor, Samuel Coleridge]

Colerus, David.

Coles, George.

Cölestin

Colette, Marie-Noël

Coletti [Colletti], Agostino Bonaventura

Coletti, Filippo

Colgan [Colgon], James

Colgrass, Michael (Charles)

Colijns, Jean-Baptiste.

Colin, Guilielmo.

Colin, Pierre

Colin de Blamont, François.

Colini [Collini], Filippo

Colin Muset.

Coliseum.

Colista, Lelio

Colizzi [Collizzi], Johann(es) Andreas [Jean; Giovanni Andrea Kauchlitz]

Coll, Antonio Martín y.

Colla, Giuseppe

Collaborative compositions.

Collaer, Paul

Collage.

Collan, Karl

Colla parte

Collard, Catherine

Collard, Edward [Edmond]

Collard, Jean-Philippe

Collard & Collard.

Collasse [Colasse], Pascal [Paschal, Pasquier]

Collebaudi, Antonio.

Collect.

Collectar

Collections, private.

College Music Society [CMS].

College of Organists.

College of St Nicholas.

Collegium musicum.

Collegium Musicum Ultrajectinum.

Collegium Vocale Ghent.

Col legno

Colles, H(enry) [Harry] C(ope)

Collet, Henri

Collett, John

Colletti, Agostino Bonaventura.

Collichon [Colichon], Michel

Collier, Marie

Collin [Colin] de Blamont, François

Collins, Anthony (Vincent Benedictus)

Collins, Edward (Joseph)

Collins, H(enry) B(ird)

Collins, Judy [Judith] (Marjorie)

Collins, Laura Sedgwick

Collins, Michael (John)

Collins, Nicolas (Bernd)

Collins, Peter

Collins, Phil(ip David Charles)

Collins, Shirley

Collinus, Matthaeus [Kalina z Chotěřiny, Matouš; Kolín z Chotěřiny, Matouš]

Collis, Hainricus

Collum, Herbert

Colman.

Colman, Charles.

Colmar Manuscript

Colocion

Colofonia

Cologne

Cologne, Franco of.

Colombani [Columbano], Oratio

Colombani [Colombari], Quirino

Colombi [Colombo], Giovanni Antonio

Colombi [Colombo], Giovanni Bernardo

Colombi, Giuseppe

Colombia, Republic of

Colombini, Francesco

Colombo, Giovanni Antonio.

Colombo, Giovanni Bernardo.

Colón, Fernando [Hernán] [Columbus, Ferdinand]

Colón, Teatro.

Colón, Willie [Colón Román jr, William Anthony; ‘El malo’]

Colonialism.

Colonna, Fabio [called Linceo]

Colonna, Giovanni Ambrosio

Colonna, Giovanni Paolo

Colonne, Edouard [Judas]

Colophane [colophonium, colophony].

Color

Coloration.

Coloratura

Colotomic structure [colotomy]

Colour and music.

Colour organ.

Colpo della glottide

Colston Hall.

Coltellini, Celeste

Coltellini, Marco

Coltman, John W.

Coltrane, John (William) [Trane]

Columbano, Oratio.

Columbia.

Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.

Columbia University.

Columbus.

Columbus, Ferdinand.

Colyns [Colijns], Jean-Baptiste

Coma, Annibale

Coma, Antonio.

Coma, Giacomo.

Comanedo, Flaminio

Combarieu, Jules (Léon Jean)

Combination action

Combination pedal.

Combination tone.

Combination unit [Combo].

Combinatoriality.

Combite songs.

Combo (i).

Combo (ii).

Comédie-ballet

Comenius, Johann Amos.

Come prima

Comes (i)

Comes (ii)

Comes (iii).

Comes, Bartholomeus.

Comes, Juan Bautista

Comes, Liviu

Comes [Gomez, Gomes], Pietro

Come sopra

Come stà

Comettant, (Jean-Pierre) Oscar

Comic opera.

Comişel, Emilia

Comişel, Florin

Comissiona, Sergiu

Comma.

Commanday, Robert (Paul)

Commedia dell’arte

Commedia per musica

Commer, Franz (Aloys Theodor)

Commercial.

Commission.

Committee for the Promotion of New Music.

Commodamente [commodo].

Commodore.

Common chord

Common flute.

Common of the Saints

Common time.

Commuck, Thomas

Commune sanctorum

Communion

Comodo

Compan, Honoré

Comparative musicology.

Compass.

Compenius.

Compensation frame.

Compensationsmixtur.

Compère, Loyset

Complainte

Complement.

Completorium.

Compline

Componium

Composers’ Collective of New York.

Composers’ Forum.

Composers' Guild of Great Britain.

Composers String Quartet.

Composing-out.

Composition.

Composition pedal.

Compound interval.

Compound stop.

Compound time [compound metre].

Compton, John (Haywood)

Compuestas

Computers and music.

Comte de Bretagne.

Comtessa de Dia.

Comus

Con

Con affetto.

Con agitazione.

Con amabilità.

Con amore.

Con anima.

Conant, Isabel.

Conati, Marcello

Con brio.

Concarini, Vittoria.

Conceição [Cõceyção], Diego da

Conceição, Manoel Lourenço da [Lourenço de Souza, Lourenço da Conceição de Sousa, etc.]

Conceição [Cõceição], Roque da

Concentus

Concentus Musicus of Vienna.

Concert (i)

Concert (ii).

Concertante

Concertato

Concert de la Loge Olympique.

Concertgebouw Orchestra.

Concert Hall Society.

Concertina

Concertino (i)

Concertino (ii).

Concertmaster.

Concerto

Concert of Ancient [Antient] Music.

Concerto grosso.

Concerto Köln.

Concerts Lamoureux.

Concerts Pasdeloup.

Concert Spirituel

Concerts Populaires de Musique Classique.

Concertstück.

Concert toms.

Concitato.

Concone, (Paolo) Giuseppe (Gioacchino)

Concord.

Concord String Quartet.

Concours Olivier Messiaen.

Concussion bellows [winker].

Condell, Henry

Condensed score.

Con dolce maniera

Condon, Eddie [Albert Edwin]

Conducting

Conductors Guild.

Conductor’s part.

Conductus

Cone, Edward T(oner)

Conelly, Claire.

Confédération Internationale de Sociétés d’Auteurs et Compositeurs [CISAC].

Confinalis

Conforti, Giovanni Battista

Conforti, Giovanni Luca

Conforto [Conforti], Nicola

Confractorium [antiphona ad confractionem]

Confrérie

Confrérie de la Passion.

Confrérie de St Julien-des-Ménétriers.

Confrey, Zez [Edward Elzear]

Confucius

Conga [congo].

Conga drum [conga, congas, tumba]

Congiet, Petrus [?Congeri, Pe.]

Congo.

Congo, Democratic Republic of the.

Congo, Republic of the (Fr. République du Congo).

Con gravità

Congregational church, music of the.

Congress reports.

Congreve, William

Coni, Paolo

Coninck, Servaas de.

Coniuncta

Coniunctura

Conjunct.

Conlon, James (Joseph)

Conn.

Connell, Elizabeth

Connold, James

Connolly, Justin (Riveagh)

Conon [Quennon, Quenes] de Béthune

Conradi, August

Conradi, (Johann) Gottfried

Conradi, Johann Georg

Conradi [Counradi], Johann Melchior

Conradus de Pistoria [Coradus de Pistorio]

Conrad von Zabern [Conradus de Zabernia]

Conrat von Wertzeburc.

Con scioltezza.

Consecutive fifths, consecutive octaves [parallel fifths, parallel octaves].

Conseil [Du Conseil], Jean [Consilium, Johannes; Consilio, Gian de]

Conseil International de la Musique

Consequent.

Conservatories.

Consilium, Johannes.

Con slancio.

Console.

Consoli, Marc-Antonio

Consonance.

Consoni, Carlo Donato.

Consoni, Don Giovanni Battista

Consoni, Don Giuseppe Antonio

Consonium.

Consort.

Consort anthem.

Consort of Musicke.

Consort song.

Con spirito.

Constance.

Constans [Costinus] Breuwe [Breeu, Brawe] [Constans de Languebroek, Constans de Trecht]

Constant, Franz

Constant, Marius

Constantin, Louis

Constantine VII Porphyrogennetus [Kōnstantinos Porphyrogennētos]

Constantinescu, Paul

Constantinidis, Yannis

Constanz, Hans von.

Con strepito

Contact microphone.

Contant, Alexis

Contarini, Marco

Conte, Bartholomeus le [Bartolomeo del, el, il].

Conte, Il.

Contemporary Chamber Ensemble of New York.

Con tenerezza.

Conti, Carlo

Conti, Francesco Bartolomeo

Conti, Giacomo [Jacques]

Conti, Gioacchino [‘Egizziello’, ‘Gizziello’]

Conti, Ignazio Maria

Conti, Lorenzo

Conti, Nicola [Niccolò]

Contilli, Gino

Continental fingering.

Contini, Domenico Filippo

Contino, Giovanni

Continuo [basso continuo]

Contius [Cuncius, Cuntius, Kuntze], Christoph

Contojo d'Arti e d'Industria.

Contra.

Contra-.

Contrabajo

Contrabass clarinet.

Contrabasso (i)

Contrabassoon.

Contradanza

Contrafactum

Contrafagotto

Contralto

Contrappunto

Contrappunto rigoroso

Contrapunctus

Contrapuntal.

Contrary motion

Contratenor

Contratenor altus

Contrebasse

Contrebasse d’harmonie

Contrebasson

Contredanse

Contredit d'Arras, Andrieu.

Contrepoint

Contrepoint sévère

Contreras, Agustín de

Contreras, José

Contreras, Salvador

Controller (Fr. contrôleur, dispositif de contrôle; Ger. Steuereinrichtung; It. dipositivo di controllo).

Con velocità.

Converse, Frederick Shepherd

Conversi, Girolamo

Convert, P.

Convery, Robert

Conyngham, Barry

Cooder, Ry(land Peter)

Coogan, Philip.

Cook, Barbara (Nell)

Cook, E(dgar) T(homas)

Cook, John.

Cook, (Alfred) Melville

Cook, Thomas Aynsley

Cook, Will Marion

Cooke, Arnold (Atkinson)

Cooke, Benjamin (i)

Cooke, Benjamin (ii)

Cooke, Deryck (Victor)

Cooke, Henry

Cooke [Cook], J(ohn)

Cooke, Matthew

Cooke, Robert.

Cooke [Cook], Sam(uel)

Cooke, Thomas Simpson [Tom]

Cook Islands.

Coolen [Coelen], Lambert

Coolidge, Elizabeth (Penn) Sprague

Cool jazz.

Coon song.

Cooper, Ėmil (Al'bertovich)

Cooper, Imogen

Cooper, John.

Cooper, Kenneth

Cooper, Martin (Du Pré)

Cooper, Paul

Cooper, Robert.

Cooper, Wilson M.

Coover, James B(urrell)

Cope, David (Howell)

Copenhagen

Copenhagen Chansonnier

Coperario, John.

Coperti

Copinus, Alexander.

Copio [Copia, Coppia, Sullam], Sara [Sarah, Sarra]

Copla.

Copland, Aaron

Coppel

Coppens, Claude A(lbert)

Copper Family [The Coppers].

Coppini [Coppinus, Copinus], Alessandro [Alexander]

Coppini, Aquilino

Coppola, Piero

Coppola, Pietro (Antonio)

Coprario [Coperario, Cooper, Cowper], John [Giovanni]

Coptic church music.

Copula

Copula, copulatio

Copus, Caspar

Copyright.

Coquard, Arthur(-Joseph)

Cor

Cora.

Cor à clefs

Coradigni [Coradini], Francesco.

Coradini, Nicolò.

Coradus de Pistorio.

Coralli, La [‘Corallina’].

Cor alto

Cor à main

Cor anglais (i)

Cor anglais (ii)

Coranto.

Cor à pistons

Cor basse

Corbelli, Alessandro

Corbet, August (Louis Marcel)

Corbett, William

Corbetta, Francesco [Corbette, Francisque]

Corbin, Solange

Corbisieri [Corbisiero], Francesco

Corbisiero, Antonio

Cor des Alpes

Corboz, Michel(-Jules)

Corbrand [Corbronde], William

Cor buglèr

Corbus de Padua, Jacobus.

Corchea

Corcoran, Frank

Cordans, Bartolomeo

Corde

Cor de basset

Cor de chasse

Corde di resonanza

Cordeilles, Charles

Cordeiro da Silva, João.

Cordella, Geronimo [Girolamo]

Cordella, Giacomo

Cor de nuit

Corder, Frederick

Cordero, Ernesto

Cordero, Roque

Cordes

Cordes avallées [à corde avallée]

Cordes sympathiques

Cor d’harmonie

Cordier

Cordier, Baude

Cordier, Jacques [Bocan, Bocham, Bocquain, Bocquam, Boucan]

Cordiera

Cordoneanu, Constantin

Corea, Chick [Armando Anthony]

Corelli, Arcangelo

Corelli, Franco [Dario]

Corena, Fernando

Corfe.

Corfini [Corsini], Jacopo

Corfu

Corghi, Azio

Cori

Coriandoli, Francesco

Coria Varela, Miguel Angel

Corigliano, John (Paul)

Cori spezzati

Corista (i)

Corista (ii).

Corista (iii).

Çorita, Nicasio.

Cork.

Corkhill, David

Corkine, William

Cornacchioli, Giacinto

Cornago, Johannes

Cornamuda tuerto

Cornamusa (i)

Cornamusa (ii).

Cornamusa (iii).

Cornamuto torto

Cornazano [Cornazzano], Antonio

Cornazzani, Phileno Agostino

Corneille, Pierre

Corneille, Thomas [M. de l'Isle]

Cornejo, Rodolfo S(oldevilla)

Cornelius, J.

Cornelius, (Carl August) Peter (i)

Cornelius, Peter (ii) [Petersen, Lauritz Peter Corneliys]

Cornelys, Theresa [Imer, Teresa; Madame Trenti]

Cornemuse

Corner, David Gregor

Corner, Philip [Gwan Pok]

Cornet (i)

Cornet (ii).

Cornet, Peeter [Pierre, Pietro, Peter, Pieter]

Cornet, Séverin

Corneta (i)

Corneta (ii).

Corneta (iii).

Cornet à pistons

Cornet de poste

Cornetín

Cornett

Cornetta

Cornetta a chiavi

Cornetta di postiglione

Cornette, Victor

Cornetti, Paolo

Cornetto (i)

Cornetto (ii).

Cornet-Ton

Cornish.

Cornish Institute of the Performing and Visual Arts.

Corno (i)

Corno (ii).

Corno a macchina

Corno a mano

Corno da caccia [corno di caccia]

Corno di bassetto

Corno inglese (i)

Corno inglese (ii)

Cornon.

Corno naturale

Cornopean (i).

Cornopean (ii).

Cornophone.

Cornor.

Cornu.

Cornu, Andreas de.

Cornuel, Jean.

Cornysh [Cornish, Cornyshe, Cornysshe].

Corona, Agostino

Corona, Giovanni

Coronach

Coronado, Luis

Coronaro.

Coronatus.

Corpo di musica

Corporazione delle Nuove Musiche.

Corps de rechange

Corradi, Flamminio

Corradi, Giulio Cesare

Corradini [Coradini, Coradigni], Francesco

Corradini [Coradini, Corradino], Nicolò

Corranach

Corrêa [Correia], Henrique Carlos

Correa, Juan [Correa, Joan; Correya, João]

Correa, Manuel [Manoel]

Correa de Arauxo [Arauxo de Azevedo, Arauxo de Açebedo], Francisco

Corrêa de Azevedo, Luiz Heitor.

Correggio, Claudio da.

Correia, Fernão Gomes

Correia, Henrique Carlos.

Correia de Oliveira, Fernando.

Corrente

Corrette, Gaspard

Corrette, Michel

Correya, João.

Corri.

Corrido

Corroboree.

Corselli, Francisco.

Corsi [Cursi], Bernardo

Corsi [Corso], Giuseppe [Celano, Celani]

Corsi, Jacopo

Corsica.

Cor simple

Corsini, Jacopo.

Corsini, Lorenzo

Corteccia, (Pier) Francesco

Cortellini, Camillo [‘Il Violino’]

Cortés, Ramiro

Cortese, Luigi [Louis]

Cortese, Paolo

Cortez, Luis Jaime

Corthol.

Cortinas, César

Cortis [Corts], Antonio

Cortois, Jean.

Cortolezis, Fritz

Cortot, Alfred (Denis)

Corts, Antonio.

Corvinus, Christopher.

Corvinus, Johannes Michaelii.

Corvus, Valentinus.

Coryn, Roland

Cosaute [cosante]

Cos Cob Press.

Cosen [Cosens, Cosin], John.

Cosens, Benjamin.

Cosimi, Nicola [Nicolino]

Cosma, Octavian Lazăr

Cosma, Viorel

Cosma, Vladimir

Cosme, Luiz

Cosmerovius [Cosmerov, Kosmerovius], (Stanislaus) Matthäus

Cosmovici, George

Cossa, Basilio

Cossa, Vincenzo

Cossandi, Antonio

Cosset [Cossette, Cozette], François

Cossetto, Emil

Cossmann, Bernhard

Cossoni [Consoni, Cossogna, Cossonio], Carlo Donato

Cossotto, Fiorenza

Cossoul, Guilherme António

Cossuino, Antonius.

Cossutta, Carlo

Costa (i).

Costa (ii).

Costa, Dalmiro

Costa, Geronimo Maria

Costa, Helena Sá e.

Costa, Lelio.

Costa, Leonilde Moreira Sá e.

Costa, Madalena Sá e.

Costa, Sir Michael (Andrew Agnus) [Michele Andrea Agniello]

Costa, Sequeira

Costa, Vitorino José da.

Costa e Faria, Luiz Calixto da.

Costa e Silva, Francisco da.

Costa e Silva, José da.

Costallat.

Costantini, Alessandro

Costantini, Fabio

Costanzi, Giovanni Battista [Giovannino del Violoncello, Giovannino da Roma]

Costanzo, Fabrizio

Costa Rica

Coste, Gabriel

Coste, (Claude Antoine Jean George) Napoléon

Costeley [Cotelay, Cautelay], Guillaume

Costello, Elvis [MacManus, Declan]

Costinescu, Gheorghe

Cosway [née Hadfield], Maria (Louisa Caterina Cecilia)

Cosyn [Cosens, Cousins, Cowsins], Benjamin

Cosyn [Cosen, Cosens, Cosin], John

Cosyn Virginal Book [Ben Cosyn's Virginal Book]

Cotapos (Baeza), Acario

Côte d'Ivoire, République de la [Republic of the Ivory Coast].

Cotelay, Guillaume.

Cotell, Richard.

Cotes, Ambrosio

Cöthen [Köthen].

Cotillion

Cotomaccio, Carlo.

Cotrubas, Ileana

Cottage organ.

Cottage piano.

Cotter, Hans.

Cotterell

Cotto [Cottonius], Johannes [Cotton, John].

Cotton, Billy [William]

Cottone, Giovanni Pietro

Cottrau, Teodoro

Cotumacci [Cotomaccio], Carlo

Couac

Couchet.

Couesnon.

Coulé (i)

Coulé (ii)

Coulé (iii).

Coulement

Coulisse

Coulthard, Jean

Council of Trent.

Counradi, Johann Melchior.

Counter-exposition.

Counter-fugue.

Counterpoint

Countersubject.

Countertenor.

Country dance.

Country music.

Country rock.

Coupar, Robert.

Coup d’archet

Coup de glotte

Coup de langue

Couper [née Cooper], Mildred

Couper, Robert.

Couperin.

Coupillet, Nicolas.

Coupler

Couplet

Coupling

Couppeau, Charles.

Courante.

Couraud, Marcel

Courbes [first name(s) unknown], Sieur de

Courboin, Charles (Marie)

Courbois, Philippe

Courcelle [Corselli], Francisco [Francesco]

Couroierie, Oede de la.

Couronnée.

Couroupos, George

Courses

Court, Antoine de la.

Court, Henri de la.

Courtaut

Courtesan.

Courteville, Raphael [Ralph] (i)

Courteville, Raphael (ii)

Courtis, Jean-Philippe

Courtois.

Courtois [Courtoys, Cortois, Mourtois], Jean

Courtois [Courtoys, Curtois], Lambert

Courville [Courvile], Joachim Thibault de

Courvoisier, Walter

Cousin, Jean Escatefer dit

Cousineau.

Cousin Jacques.

Cousins, Benjamin.

Coussemaker, Charles-Edmond-Henri de

Cousser, Jean [John] Sigismond.

Cousu, Antoine du [de].

Coutinho, Francisco José

Coutreman [Couterman], Jacobus

Coutts, Francis Burdett Money.

Couture, Guillaume

Covell, Roger David

Covent Garden.

Covent Garden English Opera Company.

Coventry & Hollier.

Coventry plays.

Cover [cover version, cover record].

Covey-Crump, Rogers (Henry Lewis)

Coward, Sir Noël (Peirce)

Cowbells

Cowboy song.

Cowell, Henry (Dixon)

Cowen, Sir Frederic Hymen [Hymen Frederick]

Cow horn.

Cowie, Edward

Cowper [Cooper, Coupar, Couper], Robert

Cowsins, Benjamin.

Cox, David (Vassall)

Cox, Harry Fred

Cox [née Prater], Ida

Cox [Cocks, Cockx, Cokkes], Richard

Coxe, William

Coxsun [Coxson], Robert

Coya, Simone

Coypeau, Charles.

Coyssard, Michel

Cozette, François.

Cozio di Salabue, Count Ignazio Alessandro

Cozzella, Damiano

Cozzi, Carlo

Cozzolani, Chiara Margarita

Crabbé, Armand (Charles) [Morin, Charles]

Crackle.

Cracoviensis, N.Z.

Cracow.

Cradle song.

Craen, Nicolaus [Claes, Nicolaes]

Crafft.

Crafft, Georg Andreas von.

Craft, Robert

Craig, Carl.

Craig, Charles (James)

Craig, Edward (Henry) Gordon

Craighead, David

Cramer.

Cramer, Anna (Merkje)

Cramer, Carl Friedrich

Cramer, David

Cramer, J.B.

Crane, William

Cranesteyn, Gasparo.

Cranford, Thomas.

Cranford [Cranforth], William

Crang & Hancock.

Cranko, John

Cranz, August.

Crappius, Andreas

Craquer

Cras, Jean (Emile Paul)

Crass, Franz

Crasselius [Crasselt], Bartholomäus

Crassot, Richard

Craven, Elizabeth.

Cravo

Crawford, Jesse

Crawford, Richard (Arthur)

Crawford, Robert MacArthur

Crawford (Seeger), Ruth (Porter)

Crawley, Clifford

Craxton, (Thomas) Harold (Hunt)

Craxton, Janet

Cray, Robert

Cream.

Creation.

Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de

Crécelle

Crecquillon [Crequillon, Cricquillon, Crequillonis, Carchillion, Krequilon etc.], Thomas

Credo

Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Crehore, Benjamin

Creighton, (Mary) Helen

Creighton [Crichton, Creyghton], Robert

Crema, Giovanni Maria da.

Crembalum

Cremer, Lothar (Winfried)

Cremona (i).

Cremona (ii).

Cremonese, Ambrosio

Crepitaculum

Crequillon, Thomas.

Crescendo

Crescentini, Girolamo

Crescere e scemare di voce

Cresci, Orazio.

Creshevsky, Noah (Ephraim)

Crespel, Jean

Crespin, Régine

Creston, Paul [Guttoveggio, Giuseppe]

Cresswell, Lyell (Richard)

Crete [Kriti].

Crétien, Gilles-Louis.

Crétien, Jean-Baptiste.

Crétien de Troyes.

Crevel, Marcus van

Creyghton, Robert.

Creytertjes

Cribelli, Arcangelo.

Cricquillon, Thomas.

Crisanius, Georgius.

Crisci, Oratio [Cresci, Orazio]

Crismann, Franz Xaver.

Crispi, Pietro Maria

Crispin van Stappen.

Crist, Bainbridge

Cristiani, Lisa (Barbier)

Cristo, Luís de.

Cristo, Pedro de

Cristoforeanu, Florica

Cristofori, Bartolomeo

Criticism.

Crivellati, Cesare

Crivellati, Domenico

Crivelli [Crivello, Cribelli], Arcangelo

Crivelli, Gaetano

Crivelli, Giovanni Battista

Croatia.

Croatti [Crotti], Francesco

Croce, Benedetto

Croce, Elena [Viviani, Elena Croce]

Croce, Giovanni [Ionne a Cruce Clodiensis; Chiozzotto]

Croche

Croci, Antonio

Crocker, Richard L(incoln)

Croes, Henri-Jacques de

Croft [Crofts], William

Croix

Croix, Antoine.

Croix sonore

Croiza [Conelly], Claire

Crokhorne.

Croll, Gerhard

Croma

Cromcorn [cromorne].

Cromorne (i)

Cromorne (ii).

Croner, Daniel

Cröner, Franz Carl Thomas

Cröner, Johann Nepomuk

Croner de Vasconcelos, Jorge.

Cronhamn, Johan [Jöns] Peter

Cronin, Elizabeth [Éilís Bean Uí Chróinín; née Herlihy/Ní Iarlaithe]

Crook

Crook, Howard

Crooks, Richard (Alexander)

Crooning.

Cropper, Steve

Crosa [Croza], Giovanni Francesco

Crosby, Bing [Harry Lillis]

Crosby, Fanny [Frances] (Jane) [Van Alstyne, Fanny]

Crosby, Stills and Nash [CS&N; Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young].

Crosdill [Crosdell, Crossdill, Crusdile], John

Cross, Joan (Annie)

Cross, Letitia

Cross, Lowell (Merlin)

Cross, Thomas

Cross-accent.

Crossdill, John.

Crosse, Gordon

Cross-fingering.

Cross flute.

Cross-Grainger free music machine.

Crossley, Paul (Christopher Richard)

Crossley-Holland, Peter

Crossover.

Cross-relation.

Cross-rhythm.

Cross-strung.

Crot.

Crotal.

Crotala [crotales]

Crotales.

Crotch, William

Crotchet

Crotte, Nicolas de la.

Crotti, Archangelo

Crotti, Francesco.

Croubelis, Simoni dall [Simoni, D.; Simono, D.]

Crouch, Andrae (Edward)

Crouch [née Phillips], Anna Maria

Crouch, Frederick Nicholls

Crowd.

Crowson, Lamar

Croza, Giovanni Francesco.

Crozier, Catharine

Crozier, Eric

Crozier, Nancy.

Cruft, Adrian (Francis)

Cruft, Eugene (John)

Crüger, Johannes

Crüger, Pancratius

Cruit.

Crumb, George (Henry)

Crumhorn

Crusaders [Jazz Crusaders], the.

Crusdile, John.

Crusell, Bernhard Henrik

Crusius, Johann.

Cruvelli [Crüwell], (Jeanne) Sophie (Charlotte)

Cruz, Agostinho da

Cruz, Celia

Cruz, Filipe da

Cruz, Ivo

Cruz, Sor Juana Inés de la.

Cruz, Ramón de la

Cruz, Zulema de la.

Cruz Brocarte, Antonio de la.

Cruz de Castro, Carlos

Crwth [chorus, crot, crowd].

Cryptography, musical.

Crystallophone.

Crystal Palace.

Crystals, the.

Csakan

Csákány

Csapó, Gyula

Csárdás

Csáth, Géza [Brenner, József]

Csekö, Luís Carlos

Csemiczky, Miklós

Csermák, Antal György

Csiky, Boldizsár

C sol fa.

C sol fa ut.

Csomasz Tóth, Kálmán

Ctesibius [Ktesibios]

Cuatro.

Cuba, Republic of

Cuberli [Terrell], Lella

Cubop.

Cuclin, Dimitrie

Cucu, Gheorghe

Cucuel, Georges

Cudworth, Charles [Cyril Leonard Elwell]

Cue

Cuéllar y Altarriba, Ramón Félix

Cuénod [Cuenod], Hugues (Adhémar)

Cugat, Xavier [Cugat Mingall de Bru y Denolfeo, Francisco de Asis Javier]

Cui, César [Kyui, Tsezar' Antonovich]

Cui [née Bamberg], Mal'vina Rafailovna

Cuíca [puíta].

Cui Jian

Cuivré

Cuivres

Cukkerman, Viktor Abramovich.

Culp, Julia

Culshaw, John (Royds)

Cummings, W(illiam) H(ayman)

Cuncius, Christoph.

Cunelier.

Cunha, Brasílio Itiberê da

Cunha, João Itiberê da

Cunningham, G(eorge) D(orrington)

Cunningham, Merce

Cuno, Johann.

Cuntius, Christoph.

Cupis [De Cupis, Cuppis, Cuppi, Capi, Cappi] de Camargo.

Cupo

Cuppi [Cuppis] de Camargo.

Cura, José

Curci.

Curci [Curcio], Giuseppe

Curcio [Curci], Giuseppe (Maria)

Cure, the.

Curioni, Alberico

Curioni, Rosa

Curmi [Curmy], Alessandro

Curran, Alvin

Currentes

Currie, Russell

Currulao.

Curschmann, Karl Friedrich

Cursi, Bernardo.

Cursiva

Cursus

Curtain tune.

Curtal [double curtaile, curtall, curtoll, curtle, corthol, courthol].

Curtin, Phyllis

Curtis, Alan (Stanley)

Curtis Institute of Music.

Curtis-Smith, Curtis O(tto) B(ismarck)

Curtis String Quartet.

Curtle [curtoll].

Curtois, Lambert.

Curwen.

Curzon, Sir Clifford (Michael)

Curzon, (Ernest) Frederic

Curzon, (Emmanuel) Henri (Parent) de

Cusanino.

Cushing, Charles (Cook)

Cushion dance [kissing dance].

Cusins, Sir William (George)

Custodio, Bernardino (Feliciano)

Custos

Cutell [Cotell], Richard

Cuti, Donato Antonio.

Cutner, Solomon.

Cut time

Cutting, Francis

Cutts, John

Cut-up

Cuvelier, Jo(hannes) [Jean; Jacquemart le Cuvelier]

Cuvelier d'Arras, Jehan le

Cuvenor [Suvenor].

Cuvillie, John Baptiste

Cuvillier, Charles (Louis Paul)

Cuyás y Borés, Vicenc

Cuyler, Louise E(lvira)

Cuypers [Kuypers, Kuppers], Johannes Theodorus

Cuzzoni, Francesca

Cvetko, Dragotin

Cybele [Kybēlē, Kybella, Kybelē, Kybēbē (Lydian);

Cybot [Cibot, Cirot], Noel

Cybulski, Izydor Józef

Cyclic form.

Cyera, Hippolito.

Cylinder organ.

Cylinder piano.

Cymbal

Cymbala

Cymbalon [cymbalum]

Cymbals

Cymmrodorion Society.

Cynet.

Cyprian z Sieradza.

Cyprus.

Cyprus: medieval polyphony.

Cyrquillon, Thomas.

Cysoing, Jacques de.

Cythar

Czakan.

Czard, Georg [Czarth, George].

Czartoryska [née Radziwiłł], Marcelina, Princess

Czech Nonet.

Czech Quartet.

Czech Republic.

Czeczott [Czeczot; Danilewicz-Czeczot], Witold

Czegert, Josef.

Czekanowska(-Kuklińska), Anna

Czernohorsky, Bohuslav Matěj.

Czernowin, Chaya

Czerny, Carl

Cžerný, Jiří.

Czerný, Joseph.

Czerwiński, Wilhelm

Cziak, Benedikt.

Czibulka, Alphons

Cziffra, György [Georges]

Czyż, Henryk (Modest)