E

E.

Eaglen, Jane

Eagles.

Eagles, the.

Eames, Emma

Early Christian Church, music of the.

Early Latin secular song.

Early music.

Early Music America.

Early Music Consort of London.

Early Music Now.

Earsden, John

Easdale, Brian

East [Easte, Est, Este], Michael

East [Easte, Este], Thomas

East Asia.

Easte, Michael.

Easte, Thomas.

Easter Island.

Eastman School of Music.

Easton, Florence

East Syrian rite, music of the.

East West.

Eastwood, Thomas Hugh

Eaton, John C(harles)

Ebadi, Ahmad

Ebb, Fred.

Ebbinge, Ku

Ebdon, Thomas

Ebeling, Christoph Daniel

Ebeling, Johann Georg

Ebell, Heinrich Carl

Eben, Petr

Eberhard, Johann August

Eberhardt, Goby [Johann Jakob]

Eberhardt, Siegfried

Eberhard von Freising

Eberl, Anton (Franz Josef)

Eberlin, Daniel

Eberlin, Johann Ernst

Ebers, Carl [Karl] Friedrich

Ebers, John

Ebert, (Anton) Carl [Charles]

Ebert, Jörg [Georg]

Eberwein, (Franz) Carl (Adalbert)

Eberwein, Traugott (Maximilian)

Ebisawa, Bin

Ebner, Leopold Ignacije

Ebner, Wolfgang

Ebraica.

Ebran [Abran, Abrahan, Ebram, Hebran]

Ebreo da Pesaro, Guglielmo.

Eccard, Johannes

Ecchienus [?Ormestad, ?Ormsen], Caspar

Eccles.

Ecclesiastical mode.

Echancrures

Echantilloneur

Echappée

Echappement

Ēchēma [apēchēma, enēchēma, epēchēma].

Echerlin, Fanny [Frantiszka].

Echevarría [Chavarri, Chavarría, Echavarría].

Echo.

Echo flute

Echo organ.

Ēchos

Eck.

Eckard [Eckardt, Eckart], Johann Gottfried

Eckardt, Hans

Eckel, Matthias

Eckelt [Eckoldt], Johann Valentin

Eckerlin [Echerlin, Ekerlin], Fanny [Frantiszka]

Eckhardt-Gramatté, S(ophie)-C(armen) [Fridman-Kochevskoy, Sonia de; Friedman(-Gramatté), Sonia]

Eckhardt, Mária

Eckoldt, Johann Valentin.

Eckstein, Pavel

Eckstine, Billy [Eckstein, William Clarence; Mr B]

Eclisses

Eclogue

ECM [Editions of Contemporary Music].

Ecole d’Arcueil.

Ecole Royale de Chant.

Ecorcheville, Jules (Armand Joseph)

Ecossaise

Ecuador.

Eda-Pierre, Christiane

Eddy, (Hiram) Clarence

Eddy, Duane

Eddy, Nelson

Ede, Gilles [Aegidius] van den.

Edel, Yitzhak

Edelawer, Hermann.

Edelinck [Elinck, Elinc], Pieter

Edelmann, Jean-Frédéric [Johann Friedrich]

Edelmann, Moritz

Edelmann, Otto

Eden, Gilles [Aegidius] van den.

Eden-Tamir Duo.

Eder, Helmut

Eder, Joseph.

Edgcumbe, Richard.

Edinburgh.

Edison, Thomas (Alva)

Editing.

Editio Musica Budapest (EMB)

Edition Russe de Musique [Russicher musikverlag; Russkoye Muzïkal'noye Izdatel'stvo].

Editions, historical.

Edler, Arnfried

Edlerawer [Edelawer, Erdelawer, Edlerauer], Hermann

Edle v. Ghelenschen Erben.

Edlund, Lars

Edlund, Mikael (Bengt Olof)

Edmund

Edmunds [St Edmunds], John

Edo.

Edomites, music of the.

Edson, Lewis

Education.

Edvina [Martin], (Marie) Louise (Lucienne Juliette)

Edwards (i)

Edwards (ii) [Mrs Mozeen; first name unknown]

Edwards, F(rederick) G(eorge)

Edwards, George (Harrison)

Edwards, Henry Sutherland

Edwards, Julian

Edwards [Edwardes], Richard

Edwards, Ross

Edwards, Sian

Eeden, Gilles van den.

Eeden, Jan [Jean Baptiste] van den

Effective length.

Effinger, Cecil

Effrem [Efrem], Mutio [Muzio]

Egardus [Engardus]

Egedacher.

Egeland Hansen, Finn.

Egenolff, Christian

Egeria [Aetheria, Etheria, Eucheria]

Egerton, Julian

Eger von Kalkar, Heinrich

Egge, Klaus

Eggebrecht, Hans Heinrich

Eggen, Arne

Eggert, Joachim (Georg) Nicolas

Egidius.

Egidius [Aegidius] de Murino [Morino]

Egidius de Pusiex [Egidius]

Egidius [Johannes Aegidius; Juan Gil] de Zamora

Egizziello.

Egk [Mayer], Werner (Joseph)

Egli, Johann Heinrich

Eglinton, 12th Earl of [Montgomerie, Hugh]

Egmond, Max (Rudolf) van

Egressy, Béni [Galambos, Benjámin]

Egüés, Manuel de

Egypt, Arab Republic of (Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiya).

Ehe.

Ehlers, Alice (Pauly)

Ehmann, Wilhelm

Ehrenberg, Carl Emil Theodor

Ehrenberg [Erenberg], Vladimir Georgiyevich

Ehrenbote.

Ehrenstein, Johann Jakob Stupan von.

Ehrlich, Abel

Ehrlich, Cyril

Ehrlich, (Karl) Heinrich (Alfred)

Ehrling, (Evert) Sixten

Eibenschütz, Ilona

Eichberg, Julius

Eichenauer, Richard

Eichendorff, Joseph (Karl Benedikt), Freiherr von

Eichheim, Henry

Eichhorn, Kurt (Peter)

Eichmann, Peter

Eichner, Adelheid Maria

Eichner, Ernst (Dieterich Adolph)

Eichorn, Johann

Eidenbenz, Johann Christian Gottlob

Eigeldinger, Jean-Jacques

Eiges [Eyges], Konstantin Romanovich

Eight foot.

Eighth-note.

808 State.

Eilend

Eilhardt, (Friedrich Christian) Carl

Eimert, Herbert

Einem, Gottfried von

Einfall

Einfelde, Maija

Eingang

Ein Gev Festival.

Einlage

Einleitung

Einschnitt

Einstein, Alfred

Einstein, Arik

Éire.

Eiríksdóttir, Karólína

Eis

Eisen, Cliff

Eisenach.

Eisenberg, Maurice

Eisenbrandt, H(einrich) C(hristian) [Christian Henry]

Eisenhut [Eisenhuet], Thomas [Tobias]

Eisenhuth, Đuro

Eisenmann, Oliver

Eisenstadt International Haydn Festival.

Eisenvioline

Eisis

Eisler, Edmund.

Eisler, Hanns

Eisodikon

Eist, Dietmar von.

Eisteddfod.

Eitner, Robert

Eitz method.

Ek, (Fritz) Gunnar (Rudolf)

Ekerlin, Fanny [Frantiszka].

Ekkehard of St Gallen.

Eklund, Hans

Ekmalian, Makar Grigori

Ekphōnēsis.

Ekphonetic [lectionary] notation.

Eksanishvili, Eleonora (Grigor'yevna)

Ektār [ektārā, ekanāda].

Ėkvodin [Ecvodion].

E la.

Elaboration.

E la mi.

Elamite music.

Elberfeld.

El Conte, Bartolomeo.

El-Dabh, Halim (Abdul Messieh)

Elder, Mark (Philip)

Elders, Willem [Wilhelmus] (Ignatius Maria)

Eldridge, (David) Roy [‘Little Jazz’]

Electric & Musical Industries.

Electric bass guitar [bass guitar].

Electric guitar.

Electric organ.

Electric piano.

Electro-acoustic music.

Electronic instruments.

Electronic music.

Electronic organ.

Electronic percussion [electronic drum, drum machine, rhythm machine]

Electronic piano.

Electronic sackbut.

Electronium.

Electrophone [electronophone].

Electrophonic instruments.

Eleftheriadis, Emilios.

Elegy

Elektronium.

Eler, André-Frédéric [Heller, Andreas-Friedrich]

Eler [Elerus], Franz [Franciscus]

Elevation.

Eleventh

Elewyck, Xavier van.

Elfman, Danny

Elford, Richard

Elgar, Sir Edward (William)

El Hefny, Mahmoud Ahmad [al-Hifnī, Mahmūd Ahmad; el-Hefni, Mahmoud]

Elias, Brian (David)

Elías, José

Elías, Manuel de

Elias Salomo.

Eliasson, Anders (Erik Birger)

Elie, Justin

Eliezer, Bentzion (Nissim)

Elimot

Elin, Hanns.

Eliot, T(homas) S(tearns)

Elisagarus.

Elizabeth I, Queen of England

Elízaga, José Mariano

Elizalde, Fred [Federico]

Elizza, Elise [Letztergroschen, Elisabeth]

Elkan, K.

Elkan-Vogel.

Elkus, Albert I(srael)

Elkus, Jonathan (Britton)

Ella, John

Eller, Heino

Ellerton, John Lodge

Elleviou, (Pierre-)Jean(-Baptiste-François)

Ellice Islands.

Ellicott, Rosalind Frances

Elling, Catharinus

Ellingson, Ter

Ellington, Duke [Edward Kennedy]

Elliot, Thomas

Ellis [Sharpe], Alexander J(ohn)

Ellis [née Caughie], Catherine J(oan)

Ellis [Elsas], Mary

Ellis, Osian (Gwynn)

Ellis, Vivian (John Herman)

Ellis, William Ashton

Elman, Mischa

Elmendorff, Karl (Eduard Maria)

Elmenhorst, Heinrich E.

Elming, Poul

Elmo, Cloe

Elmore, Robert (Hall)

Elorduy (Medina), Ernesto

Eloy, Jean-Claude

Eloy d'Amerval

El-Qassabguī, Mohamad

Elsaedi, Ahmed

El Salvador, Republic of

Elsbeth, Thomas

Elschek, Oskár

Elscheková(-Stankovičová), Alica

Elsmann, Heinrich

Elsner, Józef Antoni Franciszek [Joseph Anton Franciskus, Józef Ksawery, Joseph Xaver]

Elsner, Jürgen

Elson, Louis Charles

El-Sonbāty, Riad

Elssler.

Elst, Johannes [Jan] van der

Elston, Arnold

Elvers, Rudolf

Elvey, Sir George (Job)

Elwart, Antoine (Aimable [Amable] Elie)

Elwell, Herbert

Elwes, Gervase (Cary)

Ely.

Emanuel Moór pianoforte.

Embellishment.

Embouchure

Emerich, Johann [Emericus, Johannes]

Emerson, Lake and Palmer [ELP].

Emerson String Quartet.

Emery, Walter (Henry James)

EMI [Electric & Musical Industries].

Emidy, Joseph Antonia

Emingerová, Kateřina

Emiolia

Ėmiriton.

Emmanuel, (Marie François) Maurice

Emmelēs

Emmer, Huib

Emmerik, Ivo van

Emmerson, Simon (Thomas)

Emmert, Johann Joseph

Emmett [Emmit], Dan(iel Decatur)

Empfindsamkeit

E(lectronic) M(usic) S(tudios).

Ems, Bad.

Emsheimer, Ernst

E-mu [Eμ].

En chamade

Enchiriadis, Musica.

Encina [Enzina], Juan del [Fermoselle, Juan de]

Enclume

Encomium

Encore.

Enculturation.

End correction.

Endechas

Endellion Quartet.

Enderle, Wilhelm Gottfried

Enderlin, Hieronymus.

Enders, Karel Vilém

Enders, Karl.

Endler, Johann Samuel

Endoviensis, Christoffel van.

Endpin [tailpin]

Endres, Karl.

Endrèze [Kraeckmann], Arthur

Endter.

Enēchēma.

Enescu, George [Enesco, Georges]

Engardus.

Engel, Carl (i)

Engel, Carl (ii)

Engel, Hans

Engel, Joel [Yuly Dmitrevich]

Engel, Johann Jakob

Engel, Karl

Engel, (A.) Lehman

Engelbert of Admont

Engelmann, Georg (i)

Engelmann, Georg (ii)

Engelmann, Hans Ulrich

Engelmann, Johann Christoph.

Engerer, Brigitte

Engführung

England (i).

England (ii).

Englander [Engländer, Englaender], Ludwig

Engländer, Richard

Engler.

Englert, Anton

Englert, Giuseppe G(iorgio)

English Bach Festival.

English Baroque Soloists.

English Chamber Orchestra [ECO].

English Concert.

English fingering.

English flute.

English Folk Dance and Song Society.

English guitar.

English horn (i).

English horn (ii).

English Music Theatre Company.

English National Opera [ENO].

English Northern Philharmonia.

English Opera Group.

English Sinfonia.

English sol-fa.

English violet

English waltz.

Englitt.

Englund, (Sven) Einar

Engramelle, Marie Dominique Joseph

Engraving.

Enharmonic.

Enharmonic keyboard.

Enicelius [Ennicellius], Tobias

Enkōmion

Enlightenment

Enna, August (Emil)

Enndres, Hieronymus.

Ennicellius, Tobias.

Ennio, Aegidio.

Ennis, William.

Ennis, Seamus [Séamas Ó hAonghusa]

Enno, Sebastian [Sebastiano]

Eno, Brian (Peter George St John Le Baptiste de la Salle)

Enoch.

Enrichelli, Pasquale.

Enrique [Enrique de Paris; Enrique Foxer; Enricus]

Enriquez (Salazar), Manuel

Ensalada

Ensaladilla

Ensemble.

Ensemble Clément Janequin.

Ensemble Gilles Binchois.

Ensemble music, sources of.

Ensemble Musica Antiqua.

Ensemble Organum.

Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne.

Enström, Rolf

Entartete Musik

Entr’acte

Entrada.

Entraigues

Entrée

Entremés

Entremets.

Entremont, Philippe

Entry.

Entwicklungsform

Entwurf

Enueg (Provençal).

Envelope.

Environmental music [background music].

Enzina, Juan del.

Eoliphone.

Eősze, László

Eötvös, Peter [Péter]

EP [Extended play].

Epēchēma.

Ephrata Cloister.

Ephrem Moire

Ephrem [Ephraem] Syrus [Ephrem the Syrian]

Ephrikian, Angelo

Ephymnion

Epicedium

Epics.

Epikēdeion.

Epinal, Gautier d’.

Epinette

Epinette de Vosges.

Epinikion [epinicion, epinicium]

Epiphonus

Episcopius [de Bisschop], Ludovicus

Episcopus, Melchior.

Episema

Episode.

Epistle

Epistle sonata.

Epistolary

Epithalamium

Eppstein, Hans

Epstein [née Polacheck], Dena J(ulia)

Equale.

Equalizer.

Equal temperament

Equal voices.

Eques Auratus Romanus.

Equiluz, Kurt

Erard.

Erart [Erars], Jehan

Erasmus, Desiderius

Erasmus of Höritz.

Erato (i).

Erato (ii).

Eratosthenes

Erb, Donald (James)

Erb, Karl

Erba, Dionigi

Erbach [Erbacher], Christian

Erbach, Friedrich Karl, Count of

Erben, (Johann) Balthasar

Erben, Henry

Erbse, Heimo

Erculeo [Ercoleo, Erculei], Marzio

Erdbogen

Erdelawer, Hermann.

Erdeli, Ksenia (Alexandrovna)

Erding-Swiridoff [née Erding], Susanne

Erdmann, Eduard

Erede, Alberto

Eredi [Heredi], Francesco

Eredia, Pietro.

Eremita [Heremita], Giulio

Erfordia, Johannes de.

Erfurt.

Ërgashev, Anvar Yuldashevich

Erhard [Erhardi], Laurentius

Erheben

Erhu [Erh-hu].

Erić, Zoran

Ericchelli, Pasquale.

Erich, Daniel

Erich [Erichius], Nicolaus

Erickson, Raymond

Erickson, Robert

Ericourt, Daniel

Erier, Thomas.

Erigena, John Scotus.

Eritrea.

Erk, Ludwig Christian

Erke.

Erkel.

Erkin, Ulvi Cemal

Erkomaishvili.

Erlanger, Camille

Erlanger, Baron François Rodolphe d’

Erlanger, Baron Frédéric d'

Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich

Erler, Hermann.

Ermler, Mark

Ernesaks, Gustav

Ernoul [Ernous] le vielle de Gastinois

Ernst II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

Ernst, Alfred

Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm

Ernst, Siegrid

Ernst Ludwig, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt

Eröd, Iván

Erpf, Hermann (Robert)

Errichelli [Ericchelli, Enrichelli], Pasquale

Erskine, Thomas Alexander.

Ertl [Ertel, Erthel, Ertelius], Sebastian

Ertmann [née Graumann], (Catharina) Dorothea von

Erythräus, Gotthart

Erzähler

Erzlaute

Es

Esaulov, Andrey Petrovich

Escapement

Escatefer.

Eschaquer (Sp.; Fr. eschaquier, eschiquier).

Eschelletes

Eschenbach, Christoph

Eschenburg, Johann Joachim

Escher, Rudolf (George)

Eschig, Max(imilian)

Eschmann, Johann Carl

Eschstruth, Hans Adolph Friedrich von

Esclamazione

Escobar, André de

Escobar, Cristóbal

Escobar, Luis Antonio

Escobar, Pedro de [Pedro del Puerto; Pedro do Porto]

Escobar (Budge), Roberto

Escobedo, Bartolomé de

Escorial, El.

Escorihuela [Escorigüela], Isidro

Escot, Pozzi

Escribano [Scrivano], Juan [Scribanus, Iohannes]

Escriván, Julio (César) d'

Escudero, Bernardo de Peralta.

Escudero, Francisco

Escudier.

Escurel, Jehannot de l'.

Eses

Ėshpay, Andrey Yakovlevich

Esipova, Anna Nikolayevna.

Eskdale, George (Salisbury)

Eslava.

Eslava (y Elizondo), (Miguel) Hilarión

Esmorsata

Espagne [d’Espagne], Franz

España

Españoleta.

Espelt, Francisco

Esperança, Pedro da

Espigueta

Espinal, Gautier d'.

Espinel, Vicente

Espinosa, Juan de

Esplá (y Triay), Óscar

Esposito, Michele

Espressivo

Espringale

Esquila

Esquisse

Esquivel (Navarro), Juan de

Esquivel Barahona, Juan (de)

Essek

Essen.

Essenga [Essengha], Salvatore [Salvadore]

Esser, Heinrich

Esser, (?Karl) Michael, Ritter von

Essex, Margaret

Essl, Karlheinz

Esswood, Paul (Lawrence Vincent)

Est, Michael.

Estampie

Este.

Este, Isabella d'.

Este, Michael.

Este, Thomas.

Estebe y Grimau, Pablo.

Estella, José (Atanacio)

Esterháza.

Esterházy.

Esterházy, Pál [Paul]

Estes, Simon (Lamont)

Estevan, Fernand

Estève, Pierre

Esteves, João Rodrigues

Esteve [Estebe] y Grimau, Pablo [Pau]

Estévez, Antonio

Estey Organ Co.

Esthetics of music.

Estienne, François

Estilo.

Estinguendo.

Estinto

Estive.

Estocart, Paschal de l'.

Estompé

Estonia.

Estrada, Carlos

Estrada, Julio

Estrambote [estribote]

Estrée, Jean d’

Estreicher, Zygmunt

Estribillo

Estribote.

Estwick, Sampson

‘Esyana.

Eszék

Eszterháza [Esterháza; Eszterház].

Etcheverry, (Henri-)Bertrand

Etendue

Eterna.

Ethelred.

Etheria.

Ethikos, Nikephoros

Ethiopia, Federal Democratic Republic of.

Ethiopian opera.

Ethnochoreology.

Ethnomusicology.

Ethos.

Etienne of Liège.

Etkin, Mariano

Etler, Alvin (Derald)

Eto, Toshiya

Eton Choirbook

Etruria.

Ett, Caspar

Ettinger, Max [Wolf, Markus]

Ettore [d’Ettore], Guglielmo

Etude

Euba, Akin

Eucheria.

Euclid

Euing Lutebook

Eule, Carl Diedrich

Eulenburg, Ernst (Emil Alexander)

Eulenstein, Charles

Euler, Leonhard

Eunuch-flute

Euouae.

Euphone.

Euphonicon.

Euphonium [euphonion, tenor tuba in B]

Euresicchio [Eurisechio], Antonio.

Eurhythmics.

Euripides

Europa, Madama.

Europe, James Reese

Europe, pre- and proto-historic.

Europe, traditional music of.

European American.

Eury, Jacob

Eurythmics.

Eustache Le Peintre de Reims [Eustache de Rains]

Eustachio Romano

Eustachius de Monte Regali [Gallus]

Eustachius Gallus.

Eustacius Leodiensis

Euterpe.

Evacuatio

Evangelary [evangeliary, evangelistary]

Evangelicalism.

Evangelista, José

Evangelisti, Franco

Evangelist music.

Evanghelatos, Antiochos

Evans, Anne [Lucas, Anne Elizabeth Jane]

Evans, Bill [William John]

Evans, David Emlyn

Evans, Edwin

Evans, Sir Geraint (Llewellyn)

Evans, Gil [Green, Ian Ernest Gilmore]

Evans, Lindley

Evans [Crozier], Nancy

Evans, Peter (Angus)

Eve [Heve, Heffe], Alphonse [Alphonsus] d'

Evelyn, John

Everding, August

Everest.

Everett, Asa Brooks

Everist, Mark (Egerton)

Everly Brothers, the.

Evertz, Theodor

Evesham, Walter.

Evette & Schaeffer.

Evirato.

Evovae [Euouae].

Evstatie of Putna

Ewaldt.

Ewart [née Donaldson], Florence Maud [Maude; Aldon, Sonia]

Ewen, David

Ewer.

Ewing, Alexander

Ewing, Maria (Louise)

Ewing Lutebook

Exaquier

Exaudet [Exaudé, Exaudée], André-Joseph

Excetre, J.

Exclamation.

Exequiae.

Exerea [Exereo].

Eximeno (y Pujades), Antonio

Exō.

Exoticism

Expert, (Isidore Norbert) Henry

Expilly, Gabriel

Explicit

Exposed fifths, exposed octaves.

Exposition.

Expression.

Expressionism.

Expression marks.

Expression piano [semi-reproducing piano].

Exsequiae.

Exsultet.

Extemporization.

Extension organ.

Extrasino

Extravaganza.

Exultet [Exsultet].

Eybler, Joseph [Josef] Leopold, Edler von

Eyck, Jacob van

Eye music

Eysbock Keyboard Book [Elisabeth Eysbock's Keyboard Book]

Eyser, Eberhard (Friedrich)

Eysler [Eisler], Edmund