K

Kaa, Franz Ignaz

Kàan, Jindřich z Albestů

Kabaivanska, Raina

Kabalevsky, Dmitry Borisovich

Kabeláč, Miloslav

Kabos, Ilona

Kabuki.

Kacapi (i).

Kacapi [kacaping] (ii).

Kachamba, Daniel (James)

Kachulev, Ivan

Kachura.

Kacsoh, Pongrác

Kaczkowski, Joachim

Kaddish.

Kade, Otto

Kaden, Christian

Kadenz

Kadner, Johann.

Kadosa, Pál

Kafenda, Frico [Fridrich]

Käfer, Johann Philipp

Kaffka [Engelmann], Johann Christoph

Kafka, Johann Nepomuk

Kafui [Avotri], Kenneth

Kagan, Oleg

Kagel, Mauricio (Raúl)

Kagen, Sergius

Kahl, Willi

Kahn, Erich Itor

Kahn, Robert

Kahnt, Christian Friedrich

Kahowez, Günter

Kahrer, Laura.

Kaifeng Jews, music of the.

Kail, Josef

Kaioni, Ioan [Joan, Joannes, Johannes].

Kaipainen, Jouni (Ilari)

Kaiser, Joachim

Kaithros.

Kajanus, Robert

Kajoni, Ioan [Joan, Joannes, Johannes, János].

Kakaki.

Kalabis, Viktor

Kalachevs'ky, Mykhailo Mykolayovych

Kalafati, Vasily Pavlovich

Kalamos

Kalangu [kalanggual, kalungu, danko].

Kalaniemi, Maria

Kalaš, Julius [Kassal, Luis]

Kalbeck, Max

Kalcher [Kalchner], Johann Nepomuk

Kaldenbach [Caldenbach], Christoph

Kalevala.

Kalichstein, Joseph

Kálik, Václav

Kalimantan.

Kalina z Chotěřiny, Matouš.

Kalindula.

Kaliningrad

Kalinnikov, Vasily Sergeyevich

Kalinnikov, Viktor Sergeyevich

Kalisch, Paul

Kalish, Gilbert

Kalistratov, Valery Yur'yevich

Kalitzke, Johannes

Kalivoda, Jan Křtitel Václav.

Kalkant

Kalkbrenner, Frédéric [Friedrich Wilhelm Michael]

Kallberg, Jeffrey

Kallimulin, Rashid (Fagimovich)

Kalliope [Kalliopeia, Calliope, Calliopea].

Kalliwoda, Johann Wenzel [Kalivoda, Jan Křtitel Václav]

Kallman, Chester

Kallmann, Helmut

Kallmeyer.

Kallos, Sandor (Aleksandr Ernestovich)

Kallstenius, Edvin

Kálmán, Emmerich [Imre]

Kalmár, László

Kalmus, Alfred (August Uhlrich)

Kalmus, Edwin F.

Kalniņš, Alfrēds

Kalniņš, Imants

Kalniņš, Jānis

Kalomiris, Manolis

Kalophonic chant

Kalous, Václav

Kalsons, Romualds

Kalter [Aufrichtig], Sabine

Kalthum, Ibrahim Um.

Kalwitz, Seth.

Kamal, Trisutji (Djuliati)

Kamāncheh [k‘aman, kamancha, kamanja, k‘emanch‘a, kemanche, kemence]

Kamburov, Ivan

Kamel, Antonín.

Kamieński [Kamięski, Kamenický, Kamenský], Maciej

Kaminski, Heinrich

Kaminski, Joseph

Kamisangō, Yūkō

Kamkars.

Kammel [Kamel, Kammell, Kamml, Khaml, Cammell], Antonín

Kammermusik

Kammermusikaufführungen zur Förderung Zeitgenössischer Tonkunst.

Kammerorgel

Kammersymphonie

Kammerton

Kamml, Antonín.

Kampa, Johannes de.

Kampanus, Jan.

Kämper, Dietrich

Kämpfer, Joseph

Kamphuysen, Dirk Rafaelszoon.

Kamu, Okko (Tapani)

Kamu-purui [gammu burui].

Kanai [née Kawahira], Kikuko

Kanawa, Kiri Te.

Kanazawa, Masakata

Kancheli, Giya [Gia]

Kancionál

Kandela, Philipp.

Kander, John (Harrold)

Kandinsky, Aleksey Ivanovich

Kandler, Franz Sales

Kandov, Aleksandar

Kandrusevich, Wladzimir Pyatrovich

Kanerstein, [Kanershteyn] Oleksandr (Mikhaylovich)

Kang, Dong-Suk

Kangro, Raimo

Kang Sukhi [Kang Sōkhŭi]

Kania, Emanuel

Kanitz, Ernest [Ernst]

Kañjīrā [kanjeera].

Kaňka, Jan (Nepomuk) [Kanka, Johann Nepomuk]

Kanne, Friedrich August

Kanon

Kanōn

Kansas City.

Kantate

Kantele.

Kantional

Kantor (i)

Kantor (ii).

Kantorat

Kantorow, Jean-Jacques

Kapell, William

Kapelle

Kapellmeister

Kapelye

Kaper, Bronislaw [Bronislau]

Kapp.

Kapp, Julius

Kappel, Gertrude

Kapr, Jan

Kaprál, Václav

Kaprálová, Vítězslava

Kapsberger, Johann Hieronymus.

Kapsperger, Giovanni Girolamo [Giovanni Geronimo; Kapsberger, Johann Hieronymus; ‘Il Tedesco della tiorba’]

Kapustin, Nikolay Girshevich

Kapyrin, Dmitry Yur'yevich

Karabyts, Ivan Fyodorovych

Karaca, Cem

Karaite Jews, music of the.

Karajan, Herbert von

Karalayev, Sayakbai

Karamanov, Alemdar Sabitovych

Karamanuk, Sirvart

Karaoke [Jap.: ‘empty orchestra’].

Karas, Simon

Karasowski, Maurycy

Karastoyanov, Asen

Karatïgin, Vyacheslav Gavrilovich

Karayev, Faraj

Karayev, Kara (Abul'faz-oglï)

Karbusicky, Vladimir [Karbusický, Vladimír]

Karchin, Louis (Samuel)

Kardoš, Dezider

Karel, Rudolf

Karest, Joes [Joos Careest, Joost Kareest, Kerrest etc.]

Karetnikov, Nikolay Nikolayevich

Kargel [Kärgel, Kargl, Kärgl], Sixt [Sixtus]

Karg-Elert [Karg], Sigfrid (Theodor)

Karges [Carges], Wilhelm

Kargl [Kärgl], Sixt.

Karkoff, Ingvar (Rolf Mikael)

Karkoff, Maurice (Ingvar)

Karkoschka, Erhard

Karłowicz, Jan.

Karłowicz, Mieczysław

Karlsen, Kjell Mørk

Karlsons, Juris

Karlsruhe.

Karlsruhe Anonymous.

Karma

Karmins'ky, Mark Veniaminovych

Karn.

Karnavičius, Jurgins

Károlyi, Pál

Karp, Theodore C(yrus)

Kárpáti, János

Karpeles, Maud Pauline

Karr, Gary (Michael)

Karrer, Paul.

Kartāl [karatāla, kartāla, kartār].

Kartomi, Margaret J(oy)

Karyotakis, Theodore

Kasanda, Nicolas [Kasanda wa Mikalay; ‘Docteur Nico’]

Kasarova, Vessalina

Kasatschok.

Kaschau

Kaschendorf [Caschindorf, Castendorfer, Kastendörfer], Stephan

Kaschmann [Kašman], Giuseppe

Kasemets, Udo

Käser, Mischa

Kashin, Daniil Nikitich

Kashkashian, Kim

Kashkin, Nikolay Dmitriyevich

Kashmir.

Kashperov, Vladimir Nikitich

Kashua [kashwa].

Kaşıklar

Kasilag, Lucrecia Roces

Kašlík, Václav

Kašman, Giuseppe.

Kasparov, Yury Sergeyevich

Kasprzyk, Jacek

Kassa

Kassal, Luis.

Kassel.

Kassern, Tadeusz (Zygfryd)

Kassia [Cassia, Kasia, Eikasia, Ikasia, Kasianē, Kassianē]

Kastagnetten

Kastal'sky, Aleksandr Dmitriyevich

Kastendörfer, Stephan.

Kastens, Lambert Daniel

Kastner, Alfred

Kastner, Emerich

Kastner, Georges Frédéric Eugène.

Kastner, Jean-Georges [Johann Georg]

Kastner, Macario Santiago

Kastorsky, Vladimir

Kastsyukavets', Larïsa Filipawna

Kaswa.

Kas'yanov, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Katanga guitar style.

Katanyktikon

Katchen, Julius

Kathakali.

Kathistē.

Katims, Milton

Katin, Peter (Roy)

Katowice.

Kats, Boris Aronovich

Katsaris, Cyprien

Katsarova(-Kukudova), Rayna

Kats-Chernin, Elena

Kątski [de Kontskï].

Kattnigg, Rudolf (Karl)

Katuar, Georgy.

Katul'skaya, Yelena Kliment'yevna

Katunda [Catunda], Eunice (do Monte Lima)

Katz, Erich

Katz, Israel J(oseph)

Katzenmusik

Katzer, Georg

Kauder, Hugo

Kauer, Ferdinand

Kauffmann, (Karl) Emil

Kauffmann, Georg Friedrich

Kauffmann, Leo Justinius

Kauffmann [Kaufman, Kaufmann], Paul

Kaufman, Fredrick

Kaufman, Louis

Kaufman, Nikolai

Kaufmann, Armin

Kaufmann, Dieter

Kaufmann, Harald

Kaufmann, Henry W(illiam)

Kaufmann [Kaufman], Paul.

Kaufmann, Walter

Kaukesel, Guibert.

Kaun, Bernhard Theodor Ludwig

Kaun, Hugo

Kavafian, Ani

Kavafian, Ida

Kaval [kavali, kavall].

Kaveret [Poogy].

Kavsadze.

Kawai.

Kay, Hershy

Kay, Ulysses (Simpson)

Kayagŭm

Kaye, Geoffrey.

Kayn, Roland

Kayser, Hans

Kayser, Isfrid

Kayser, Johann Melchior.

Kayser, Leif

Kayser, Philipp Christoph

Kazachok.

Kazakhstan (Kaz. Kazak Respublikasy).

Kazandzhiev, Vasil

Kazanli, Nikolay Ivanovich

Kazarian, Yury Shaheni.

Kazenin, Vladislav Igorevich

Kazhlayev, Murad

Kazoo [bazoo, bazooka, gazooka, gazoota].

Kazuro, Stanisław

Każyński, Wiktor

Keane, David (Roger)

Kearns, William Henry

Keats, Donald (Howard)

Keats, John

Kecapi.

Kechakmadze, Ioseb

Keck, Johannes [Keckius]

Kecskeméti, István

Kedusha

Kee, Piet(er William)

Keeble, John

Keel, Howard [Leek, Harold Clifford]

Keeley, Mary Anne.

Keen

Keene, Christopher

Keene, Stephen

Keenlyside, Simon

Kehl, Johann Balthasar

Kehraus

Kehrreim

Keifferer, Christian

Keil, Alfredo

Keil, Charles

Keilberth, Joseph

Keillor, Elaine (Frances)

Keim

Kein, Arnold.

Keinspeck [Künspeck, Reinspeck], Michael

Keipfer, Georges-Adam.

Keirleber, Johann Georg.

Keiser, Reinhard [Cesare, Rinardo]

Keita, Salif.

Keldïsh, Yury [Georgy] Vsevolodovich

Keldorfer, Viktor (Josef)

Keledi.

Kelemen, Milko

Kelemen, Zoltán

Kéler, Béla (Albrecht Pál) [Keler, Adalbert Paul von]

Kell, Reginald (Clifford)

Keller, Alfred

Keller, Hans

Keller, Hermann

Keller, J(?ohann) Gottfried [Godfrey]

Keller [Kelleri], Fortunato.

Kelley, Edgar Stillman [Stillman-Kelley, Edgar]

Kellie, 6th Earl of.

Kellner, Andreas

Kellner, David

Kellner, Johann Christoph

Kellner [Keller, Kelner], Johann Peter

Kellogg, Clara Louise

Kelly [Kellie], 6th Earl of [Erskine, Thomas Alexander]

Kelly, Bryan (George)

Kelly, Frederick Septimus [Sep, Cleg]

Kelly, Michael (William)

Kelly, T(homas) C(hristopher)

Kellyk, Hugh

Kelpius, Johannes

Kelterborn, Rudolf

Kelway, Joseph

Kelz [Kölz], Matthias (i)

Kelz [Kölz], Matthias (ii)

Kemanak.

Kemble, Adelaide

Kemp, Andrew

Kemp, Ian (Manson)

Kemp, Joseph

Kempa, Johannes de.

Kempe, Rudolf

Kempen, Ludwig van.

Kempen, Paul van

Kemper.

Kempff, Wilhelm

Kempis.

Kempul.

Kena [quena].

Kendale, Richard

Kendang [kendhang].

Kendrā [kendera, kendra, kenra].

Kendrick, Graham (Andrew)

Kenessey, Jenő

Kenig, Józef

Kenigsberg, Alla Konstantinovna.

Kenins, Talivaldis [Ķeniņš, Tālivaldis]

Kennan, Kent (Wheeler)

Kennedy [Nigel (Paul)]

Kennedy, David

Kennedy, (George) Michael (Sinclair)

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Kennedy-Fraser, Marjorie [née Kennedy]

Kennersley, Robert.

Kenney, Sylvia W(isdom)

Kennis, Willem Gommaar [Guillaume Gommiare]

Kennis, Guillaume Jacques Joseph

Kenny, Yvonne (Denise)

Kenong.

Kent, James

Kent bugle.

Kentēmata.

Kentner, Louis

Kenton [Kornstein], Egon F(rancis)

Kenton, Stan(ley Newcomb)

Kent Opera.

Kentucky dulcimer.

Kentucky Opera Association.

Kenya

Kenyon, Nicholas

Ķepītis, Jānis

Kepler [Keppler], Johannes

Keppard, Freddie

Keraulophon.

Kerckhoven [Kerchoven, van Kerckhove], Abraham van den

Kerényi, György

Kerer, Rudol'f (Rikhardovich)

Kerkar, Kesarbai

Kerker, Gustave A(dolphe)

Kerl, Johann Caspar [Kaspar].

Kerle, Gaspard.

Kerle, Jacobus de

Kerling.

Kerll [Kerl, Gherl], Johann Caspar [Kaspar] [Cherll, Giovanni Gasparo; Kerle, Gaspard]

Kerman, Joseph (Wilfred)

Kermisorgel

Kern

Kern, Adele

Kern [née Seitz], Frida

Kern, Jerome (David)

Kernberg, Johann Philipp.

Kernis, Aaron Jay

Kerpely, Jenő.

Kerpen, Freiherr Hugo Franz Karl Alexander von [Hugo Friedrich]

Kerr, Harrison

Kerrest, Joost.

Kerry, Gordon

Kersters, Willem

Kertész, István

Kerzelli [Kercel, Kerzel, Kerzell].

Kerzina, Mariya Semyonovna [née Pospelova]

Kes, Willem

Kessler, Dietrich M(artin)

Kessler, Thomas

Kessler, Wendelin

Kestenberg, Leo

Ketèlbey, Albert W(illiam)

Kette von Trillern

Ketting, Otto

Ketting, Piet

Kettledrum.

Keuchenthal [Kochenthal, Küchenthäler], Johannes

Keulen, Geert van

Keulen, Isabelle van

Keuris, Tristan

Keurvels, Edward (Hubertus Joannes)

Keussler, Gerhard von

Key (i)

Key (ii).

Key, Joseph

Key, Thomas

Keyboard

Keyboard music.

Keyed bugle [key bugle, Kent bugle, Royal Kent bugle, Kent horn etc.]

Keyed trumpet

Key note.

Keyrleber [Keirleber], Johann Georg

Keys, Ivor (Christopher Banfield)

Key signature.

Keywork.

Khachaturian, Aram (Il'ich)

Khachaturyan, Karen (Surenovich)

Khadzhiyev, Parashkev

Khaen [kaen, khene, khen].

Khagagortian, Eduard (Aramovich)

Khaykin, Boris (Ėmmanuilovich)

Khain, Johannes.

Khaïrat, Abu-Bakr

Khalīl ibn Ahmad, al-

Khaml, Antonín.

Khan, Abdul Karim

Khan, Ali Akbar

Khan, Alladiya

Khan, Allauddin

Khan, Amir

Khan, Amjad Ali

Khan, Bade Ghulam Ali

Khan, Bundu

Khan, Faiyaz (Husain)

Khan, Ghulam Raza [Khān, Ghulām Razā]

Khan, Imrat

Khan, Masit [Khān, Masīt]

Khān, Muhammad Jum‘a

Khan, Vilayat

Khandoshkin, Ivan Yevstafyevich

Khandzta, Grigol of

Khanon'' [Khanin] (Solov'yov-Savoyarov), Yury Feliksovich

Khap.

Kharja.

Kharkiv

Kharlap, Miron Grigor'yevich

Khayāl

Khaykin, Boris.

Khentova, Soif'ya Mikhaylovna

Khessin, Aleksandr Borisovich

Khierzinger.

Khmer Republic.

Khnes [Khness, Khnies], Jurij.

Khoikhoi music.

Khoisan music.

Khokhlov, Pavel (Akinfiyevich)

Kholbio, Simon.

Kholminov, Aleksandr Nikolayevich

Kholopov, Yury Nikolayevich

Kholopova, Valentina Nikolayevna

Khrennikov, Tikhon Nikolayevich

Khristoskov, Petar

Khristov, Dimitar

Khristov, Dobri

Khu, Emilios.

Khubov, Georgy Nikitich

Khuen [Khain, Kuen], Johannes

Khues [Khuess, Khüess], Jurij.

Khumalo, (James Steven) Mzilikazi

Khurtsia, Noko (Nikoloz)

Khusrau, Amir

Khyāl, Hafīzullah

Khym [Chym, Kyhm], Carl

Kibkalo, Yevgeny (Gavrilovich)

Kichler, Johann.

Kick drum.

Kidson, Frank

Kiefer, Bruno

Kiefert, (Johann) Carl

Kieffer, Aldine S(illman)

Kieken, Johannes.

Kiel.

Kielflügel

Kielland, Olav

Kienlen, Johann Cristoph

Kienzl, Wilhelm

Kiepura, Jan

Kiesewetter, Raphael Georg

Kiev.

Kikkawa [Satō], Eishi

Kikta, Valery Grigor'yevich

Kilānī, Rīīm Yūsuf

Kilar, Wojciech

Kilenyi, Edward

Kilgen.

Kilian, Johann [Hans]

Killmayer, Wilhelm

Kilpinen, Yrjö (Henrik)

Kilwardby, Robert

Kim, Earl [Eul]

Kim, Hi Kyung

Kim, Young Uck

Kimball.

Kimball, Jacob

Kimbalom

Kimbell, David (Rodney Bertram)

Kimber, William [Bill, Merry]

Kim Ch'angjo

Kim Chung-gil [Kim Chŏnggil]

Kim Kisu

Kimmerling, Robert [Johannes Evangelist]

Kim Min-ki [Kim Min'gi]

Kim Sohŭi [Kim So-hee]

Kim Sŏngjin

Kim Sunnam

Kim Young Dong [Kim Yŏngdong]

Kincaid, William

Kind, (Johann) Friedrich

Kindermann, August

Kindermann, Hedwig Reicher-.

Kindermann, Johann Erasmus

Kindersley [Kennersley, Kinnerley, Kynnersley], Robert

Kindī, al- [Abū Yūsuf Ya‘qūb]

Kindler, Hans

King.

King, Albert

King, Alec [Alexander] Hyatt

King, B.B. [Riley B.]

King, Ben(jamin) E(arl Nelson)

King [Klein], Carole

King, Charles

King, E(lisha) J.

King, G(ilbert) R.

King, James (Ambros)

King, Karl L(awrence)

King, Matthew Peter

King, Reginald (Claude McMahon)

King, Robert (i)

King, Robert (John Stephen)

King, Thea

King, William

King Crimson.

King Curtis [Ousley, Curtis]

King’s Singers.

King’s Theatre.

Kinkel [Mathieux; née Mockel], Johanna

Kinkeldey, Otto

Kinks, The.

Kinloch, William

Kinner von Scherffenstein, Martin

Kinnhalter

Kinnor

Kinsella, John

Kinsky, Georg L(udwig)

Kinura.

Kinzer, Giovanni.

Kipnis, Alexander

Kipnis, Igor

Király, Ernő

Király, László

Kirby, F(rank) E(ugene)

Kirby, Percival (Robson)

Kirbye, George

Kirchbauer, Alphons

Kirchentonart

Kircher, Athanasius

Kirchgässner [Kirchgessner], Marianne [Mariane, Maria Anna] (Antonia)

Kirchhoff, Gottfried

Kirchmann.

Kirchner, Leon

Kirchner, (Fürchtegott) Theodor

Kirchner, Volker David

Kirckman.

Kiriac-Georgescu, Dumitru

Kiribati, Republic of.

Kirkby, (Carolyn) Emma

Kirkby-Lunn, Louise.

Kirkendale [née Schöttler], Ursula (Antonie)

Kirkendale, (John) Warren

Kirkman [Kirchmann, Kirckman].

Kirkpatrick, John

Kirkpatrick, Ralph (Leonard)

Kirkpatrick, William J(ames)

Kirnberger [Kernberg], Johann Philipp

Kirov Theatre.

Kirsch, Winfried

Kirshbaum, Ralph (Henry)

Kirsten, Dorothy

Kīrtana

Kirzinger.

Kishibe, Shigeo

Kisielewski, Stefan

Kislovodsk.

Kiss, Lajos

Kissin, Yevgeny

Kissing dance.

Kist, Florentius Cornelis

Kistler, Cyrill

Kistner & Siegel.

Kit [kytte, treble violin]

Kithara.

Kitharode

Kitsenko, Dmitry

Kitson, Charles Herbert

Kitt, Eartha

Kittel.

Kittel, Johann Christian

Kittl, Jan Bedřich [Johann Friedrich]

Kivy, Peter

Kiyose, Yasuji

Kjaswa.

Kjellberg, Erik (Daniel)

Kjerulf, Halfdan

Kkwaenggwari.

Klabon [Klaboni, Clabon, Claboni, Clabonius], Krzysztof [Christophorus]

Kladas [Lampadarios], Joannes

Klafsky, Katharina [Katalin]

Klage

Klagend

Klais.

Klami, Uuno (Kalervo)

Klang (i)

Klang (ii)

Klangfarbenmelodie

Klangschlüssel

Klangumwandler

Klappenhorn [Klappenflügelhorn]

Klappentrompete

Klatzow, Peter (James Leonard)

Klausenburg

Klauwell, Otto (Adolf)

Klavarskribo

Klavecimbel

Klaviatur

Klavier

Klavierauszug

Klavier-Harmonika

Klaviziterium

Klavizylinder

Klawiolin.

Klebanov, Dmytro Lvovych

Klebe, Giselher

Kleber, Leonhard

Klecki, Pawel.

Kleczyński, Jan

Kleczyński [Kletzinsky], Jan Baptysta

Klee, Bernhard

Kleen, Johan Christoph

Klega, Miroslav

Kleiber, Carlos

Kleiber, Erich

Klein, Bernhard (Joseph)

Klein, Fritz Heinrich

Klein, Gideon

Klein, Henrik

Klein, Jacob [de jonge] [Herman]

Klein, Johann Joseph

Klein, Josef

Klein, Judy [Judith]

Klein, Kenneth

Klein, Rudolf

Kleine Flöte

Kleine Trommel

Kleinknecht [Klinekenek].

Kleinmichel, Richard

Kleinsinger, George

Kleist, (Bernd) Heinrich (Wilhelm) von

Klemczyński, Julian

Klemm.

Klemm, Eberhardt

Klemm [Klemme, Klemmio, Klemmius], Johann

Klemm [Clem, Clemm], Johann Gottlob

Klemperer, Otto

Klenau, Paul (August) von

Klencke, Helmina [Wilhelmina Christiane].

Klengel, August (Stephan) Alexander

Klengel, Julius

Klenovsky, Nikolay Semyonovich

Kleoneides.

Klephoorn

Klerk, Albert de

Kletzki, Paul [Klecki, Pawel]

Kleven, Arvid

Klezmer

Klezmer music.

KLF [Kopyright Liberation Front].

Klička, Václav

Klien, Walter

Klimovitsky, Abram Iosifovich

Klindworth, Karl (Ludwig)

Kling, Henri (Adrien Louis)

Klingenstein, Bernhard

Klingsor.

Klinkova, Zhivka

Klio [Clio].

Klobásková, Libuše.

Klobučar, Berislav

Klöcker, Dieter

Klöffler, Johann Friedrich

Klokkenspel

Klook.

Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb

Klose, Friedrich

Klosé, Hyacinthe Eléonore

Klose, Margarete

Klosterneuburg.

Klotz [Kloz].

Klotz, Hans

Klucevsek, Guy

Klughardt, August (Friedrich Martin)

Klukowski, Franciszek

Klumaw, Alyaksey Kanstantsinavich

Klusák, Jan

Klusen, Ernst

Klussmann, Ernst Gernot

Klyuzner, Boris Lazaryevich

Kmentt, Waldemar

Kmoch, František

Knab, Armin

Knabe.

Knäfelius, Johann.

Knapik, Eugeniusz

Knapp, Janet

Knapp, J(ohn) Merrill

Knapp, William

Knappertsbusch, Hans

Knapton, Philip

Knarre

Knauth, Robert.

Knayfel', Aleksandr Aronovich

Knecht, Justin Heinrich

Knechtel, Johann George

Knee-lever

Knees [Kness], Jurij.

Knefel, Johann.

Kneif, Tibor

Kneisel, Franz

Kneisel Quartet.

Kneller [Kniller, Knöller, Knüller], Andreas

Knepler, Georg

Knessl, Lothar

Knez [Khnes, Khness, Khuess, Khüess, Khnies, Kness, Khues, Knees], Jurij [Georg]

Kniehebel

Knight, Gladys.

Kniller, Andreas.

Kniller, Anton.

Kniplová [née Pokorná], Naděžda

Knipper, Lev Konstantinovich

Knittel, Krzysztof (Jakub)

Knittl, Karel

Kníže, František Max

Knoep, Lüder.

Knöfel [Knäfelius, Knefel, Knöbel, Knöpflin], Johann

Knöller, Andreas.

Knop [Knoep, Knopff], Lüder

Knöpflin, Johann.

Knorr, Ernst-Lothar von

Knorr, Iwan (Otto Armand)

Knot.

Knote, Heinrich

Knuckles, Frankie [Nicholls, Francis]

Knüller, Andreas.

Knüpfer, Paul

Knüpfer, Sebastian

Knushevitsky, Svyatoslav Nikolayevich

Knussen, (Stuart) Oliver

Knyff [Knyf]

Knyght, Thomas

Knyvett, Charles

Knyvett, William

Kobayashi, Yoshitake

Kobbé, Gustav

Kōbe.

Kobekin, Vladimir Aleksandrovich

Kobelius, Johann Augustin

København

Kobierkowicz [Kobierkiewicz], Józef [Franciszek; Antoni; ?Ignacy]

Koblenz [Coblenz].

Koch.

Koch, (Sigurd Christian) Erland von

Koch, Franjo Ksaver.

Koch, Friedrich E(rnst)

Koch, Heinrich Christoph

Koch, Jodocus.

Koch, Lothar

Koch, (Richert) Sigurd (Valdemar) von

Koch, Stephan

Kochańska, Prakseda Marcelina.

Kochański, Paweł

Köchel, Ludwig (Alois Ferdinand), Ritter von

Kochenthal [Küchenthäler], Johannes.

Kocherga, Anatoly

Kocian, Jaroslav

Kocian Quartet.

Kocsár, Miklós

Kocsis, Zoltán

Koczalski, Raoul [Raul] (Armand Georg)

Koczirz, Adolph

Kocžwara, František [Franz; Kotzwara, Francis]

KODA

Kodallι, Nevit

Kodály, Zoltán

Kōdōn

Koechlin, Charles (Louis Eugène)

Koeckert, Rudolf (Josef)

Koehne, Graeme (John)

Koehnken & Grimm.

Koellreutter, Hans Joachim

Koenig (i).

Koenig (ii).

Koenig, Gottfried Michael

Koenig, (Karl) Rudolf

Koenig horn.

Koenigsberg [Kenigsberg], Alla Konstantinovna

Koerppen, Alfred

Koesoemadinata, Raden Machjar Angga

Koessler [Kössler], Hans [János]

Koetsier, Jan

Koffler, Józef

Kofroň, Petr

Kogan, Leonid (Borisovich)

Koglmann, Franz

Kogoj, Marij [Julij]

Kohaut [Kohault, Kohout], (Wenzel) Josef (Thomas)

Kohaut, Karl (Ignaz Augustin)

Köhler.

Köhler, (Christian) Louis (Heinrich)

Köhler, Johannes-Ernst

Köhler, Karl-Heinz

Köhler, Siegfried

Kohn, Karl (George)

Kohout, Josef.

Kohoutek, Ctirad

Kohs, Ellis (Bonoff)

Koinōnikon.

Koizumi, Fumio

Kojagululy, Birjan-sal

Kókai, Rezső

Kokkonen, Joonas

Ko Ko, Ù [Gita Lulin Maung]

Kokyū

Kolb, Barbara

Kolb, Carlmann

Kolb [Kolbanus, Kholbio], Simon

Kolberg.

Kolberg, Kåre

Kolberg, (Henryk) Oskar

Koldofsky, Adolph

Kolęda [colenda].

Köler [Koler, Colerus], David

Köler [Coler], Martin

Kolešovský, Zikmund (Michal)

Kolessa, Filaret (Mykhaylovych)

Kolessa, Mykola [Nikolay] Filaretovych

Kolinski, Mieczyslaw

Kolín z Chotěřiny, Matouš.

Kolisch, Rudolf

Kollmann.

Kollo, René

Kollo [Kollodzieyski], (Elimar) Walter

Kollontay (Yermolayev), Mikhail Georgiyevich

Kolman, Peter

Kolmarer Liederhandschrift

Köln

Kolneder, Walter

Kol nidrei

Kolodin, Irving

Kolodub, Levko [Lev] Mykolayovych

Kolomiytsov [Kolomiytsev], Viktor Pavlovich

Kolophonium

Koloratur

Kolorieren

Kolozsvár

Koltai, Ralph

Kolyada, Mykola Terentiyevich

Kölz, Matthias.

Komadina, Vojin

Komariah, Euis

Komeda [Trzciński], Krzysztof [Christopher]

Komenský, Jan Amos [Comenius, Johann Amos]

Komitas Vardapet [Gomidas Vartabed; Soghomonian, Soghomon]

Komlós, Katalin

Komma, Karl Michael

Komorous, Rudolf

Komorowski, Ignacy Marceli

Komorzynski, Egon, Ritter von

Kōmos [comus].

Komponium.

Kŏmun’go

Komzák, Karel (i)

Komzák, Karel (ii)

Kon, Yuzef(-Al'bert Geymanovich)

Konbit music.

Kondakion.

Konde, Fundi

Kondo, Jo

Kondracki, Michał

Kondrashin, Kirill (Petrovich)

Konen, Valentina Dzhozefovna [Konin, Valentine Victoria]

Konetzni(-Wiedmann), Anny

Konetzni, Hilde

Kongsted, Ole (Dan)

König.

König, Johann Balthasar

König, Johann Mattheus [Matthias]

König, Johann Ulrich von

Königsberg

Königslöw, Johann Wilhelm Cornelius von

Königsperger, Marianus [Johann Erhard]

Konink [Coninck, Koning, Koninck etc.], Servaas [Servaes, Servatius] de

Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis

Koninklijke Vlaamse Opera

Konitz, Lee

Konjović, Petar

Kono, Kristo

Konotop, Anatoly Viktorovich

Konrad, Ulrich

Konrad von Würzburg [Würzburc; Meyster Conrat von Wertzeburc]

Konstanz [Constance].

Konstas of Chios, Apostolos [Konstalas, Apostoles; Krystallas, Apostoles]

Kont, Paul

Kontakion [kondakion]

Kontarsky, Alfons

Kontarsky, Aloys

Kontrabass (i)

Kontrabass (ii)

Kontrafagott

Kontrapunkt

Kontretanz

Kontskï, de.

Konwitschny, Franz

Kónya, Sándor

Konyus (Conus), Georgy Ėduardovich

Konzertina

Konzertmeister

Konzertstück [Concertstück]

Kooiman, Ewald

Kool and the Gang.

Koopman, Bertha.

Koopman, Ton [Antonius]

Kooy, Peter

Kooy, Simon Jacobus (Jos) van der

Kopelent, Marek

Kopenhagener Chansonnier

Köpfer, Georges-Adam.

Kopfmotiv

Kopfstück

Kopïlov, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Kopït'ko, Viktor Nikolayevich

Kopp, Georg

Koppel (i)

Koppel (ii)

Koppel, Herman D(avid)

Koppelung

Kopřiva.

Koptagel, Yüksel

Kopytman, Mark

Kora [korro, cora].

Korabel'nikova, Lyudmila Zinov'yevna

Koran reading.

Körber, Georg

Korchinska, Maria

Korchmaryov, Klimenty Arkad'yevich

Kord, Kazimierz

Korea.

Koreshchenko, Arseny Nikolayevich

Korg.

Korjus, Miliza

Körling, (Sven) August

Körling, (John) Felix (August)

Korn [née Gerlach], Clara Anna

Korn, Johann Daniel.

Korn, Peter Jona

Kornauth, Egon

Korndorf, Nikolay Sergeyevich

Korner, Alexis

Körner, (Karl) Theodor

Kornett (i)

Kornett (ii)

Kornfeld, Peter.

Korngold, Erich Wolfgang

Kornowicz, Jerzy

Kórodi, András

Korolyov, Anatoly Aleksandrovich

Korones, Xenos [Xenophon]

Korro.

Korte, Karl (Richard)

Korte, Werner

Kortekangas, Olli (Paavo Antero)

Kortes [Cortes] Sergey Al'bertovich

Kortholt [Kort Instrument, Kurz Pfeiff]

Kortkamp, Johann

Koruphaios

Korzyński, Andrzej

Kos, Božidar

Kos, Koraljka

Kósa, György

Koscheluch, Johann.

Koschovitz, Joseph.

Köselitz, Johann Heinrich.

Kosenko, Viktor Stepanovich

Košetický, Jiří Evermod

Koshetz [Koshits], Nina (Pavlovna)

Košice

Koskelin, Olli (Juhani)

Koskinen, Jukka

Kosleck, Julius

Košler, Zdeněk

Kosma, Joseph [Kozma, Jozsef]

Kosmas of Jerusalem [Kosmas Hagiopolitēs, Kosmas Hierosolymitēs, Kosmas the Monk, Kosmas of Maiuma, Kosmas the Melodist]

Kosmerovius, (Stanislaus) Matthäus.

Kosovo.

Kospoth, Otto Carl Erdmann, Freiherr von

Kosrae.

Kössler, Hans [János].

Kossmaly, Carl

Kossovits, József [Koschovitz, Joseph]

Kostelanetz, André

Kostić, Dušan

Köstlin, Heinrich Adolf.

Kosugi, Takehisa

Košut, Michal

Kosviner, David (Gordon)

Koswick, Michael

Koszewski, Andrzej

Kotek, (Eduard) Yosif [Joseph] (Yosifovich)

Kothari, Komal

Köthen.

Kotík, Petr

Koto.

Kotoński, Włodzimierz

Kotter [Cotter, Kotterer, Kotther], Hans [Johannes]

Kotzebue, August von

Kotzeluch, Leopold.

Kotzwara, Francis.

Kouba, Jan

Koukouzeles [Papadopoulos], Joannes

Koulsoum, Ibrahim Oum.

Koumendakis, Yorgos

Kounadis, Arghyris

Koundouroff [Koundouros], Aristotelis

Koussevitzky [Kusevitsky], Sergey (Aleksandrovich)

Kovačević, Krešimir

Kovacevich, Stephen

Kovács, Béla

Kovács, Dénes

Kovács, Sándor

Koval', Marian Viktorovich

Kovaříček, František

Kovařovic, Karel

Kovnatskaya, Lyudmila Girshevna

Kowalski, Henri

Kowalski, Jochen

Kowalski, Max

Kox, Hans

Kozarenko, Oleksandr

Kozeluch [Koscheluch, Koželuh], Johann Antonin [Jan Evangelista Antonín Tomáš]

Kozeluch [Kotzeluch, Koželuh], Leopold [Jan Antonín, Ioannes Antonius]

Kozina, Marjan

Kozina, Zh.

Kozlovsky, Aleksey Fyodorovich

Kozlovsky, Ivan Semyonovich

Kozłowski, Józef

Kozolupov, Semyon Matveyevich

Kracher, Joseph Matthias

Krabber.

Kradenthaler, Hieronymus.

Krader [née Lattimer], Barbara

Kraf, Michael

Krafft [Crafft].

Krafft, Georg Andreas.

Kraft.

Kraft [Krafft, Crafft, von Crafft], Georg Andreas

Kraft, Günther

Kraft, Leo (Abraham)

Kraft, Ludwicus

Kraft, Walter

Kraft, William

Kräftig

Kraftwerk.

Kraków [Cracow].

Krakowiak

Kramář, František Vincenc.

Kramer, A(rthur) Walter

Kramer, Jonathan D.

Kranichsteiner Musikinstitut.

Kranz, Johann Friedrich

Krapp, Edgar

Krása, Hans (Johann)

Krasinsky, Ernest Louis.

Krasner, Louis

Krásová, Marta

Krasselt.

Krastev, Venelin

Krasteva, Neva

Kratzer.

Krätzschmar, Wilfried

Krauklis, Georgy Vil'gel'movich

Kraus, Alfredo

Kraus, Ernst

Kraus, Joseph Martin

Kraus, Lili

Kraus, Otakar

Krause, Christian Gottfried

Krause, Ernst

Krause, Martin

Krause, Tom

Krauss, Clemens

Krauss, Fritz

Krauss, Gabrielle

Kraut, Johann.

Krautrock.

Krautwurst, Franz

Krauze, Zygmunt

Kravchenko, Boris Petrovich

Kraynev, Vladimir (Vsevolodovich)

Krček, Jaroslav

Krebbers, Herman (Albertus)

Krebs.

Krebs [Krebser, Kress], Friedrich

Krebs, Helmut

Krebs [Miedke; Miedcke], Karl August

Krebsgang

Kreek, Cyrillus

Krehbiel, Henry (Edward)

Krein [Kreyn].

Kreinin, Julia.

Kreisler, Fritz

Kreith, Karl [Charles, Carlo]

Krejčí, Iša [František]

Krejčí, Josef

Krek, Uroš

Krellmann, Hanspeter

Kremastē.

Kremberg, Jakob [James] [Cranbrook, James; Cremberg, Jakob]

Kremenliev, Boris

Kremer, Gidon

Kremlyov, Yuly Anatol'yevich

Kremsier

Kremsmünster.

Krenek [Křenek], Ernst

Krengel, Gregor

Krenz, Jan

Kresánek, Jozef

Kress, Georg Philipp

Kress, Johann Albrecht

Kress, Johann Jakob

Kretzschmar, (August Ferdinand) Hermann

Kreuder, Peter Paul

Kreusser, Georg Anton

Kreutzbach.

Kreutzer.

Kreutzer [Kreuzer], Conradin [Conrad, Konradin]

Kreutzer, Leonid

Kreuz

Kreuzer, Conradin.

Kreyn.

Kreynina [Kreinin], Yuliya [Julia] Volfovna

Křička, Jaroslav

Kriegck, Johann Jacob.

Krieger, Adam

Krieger, Armando

Krieger, Edino

Krieger [Kruger], Johann [Kriegher, Giovanni]

Krieger [Kriger, Krüger, Krugl], Johann Philipp [Kriegher, Giovanni Filippo]

Kriegher, Giovanni.

Kriegher, Giovanni Filippo.

Kriegk [Kriegck], Johann Jacob

Kriesstein [Kriegstein], Melchior

Kriger, Johann Philipp.

Krippellied [Krippelgesang, Krippenlied]

Krips, Henry

Krips, Josef

Krisanizh, Georgius.

Krismann, Franz Xaver.

Kristiania.

Kriti

Krivopolenova [née Kabalina], Mariya (Dmitrievna)

Križanić, Juraj [Krisanizh, Georgius; Crisanius, Georgius]

Křížkovský, (Karel) Pavel

Križman, Frančisek Ksaver.

Krob, Josef Theodor.

Kroepfl [Kröpfl], Francisco

Kroff, Josef Theodor.

Krogh, Grethe

Krogh, Torben (Thorberg)

Krogulski, Józef Władysław

Krohn, Ernst C(hristopher)

Krohn, Ilmari (Henrik Reinhold)

Kröll, Georg

Kroll, William

Krombholc, Jaroslav

Kromer, Marcin

Kroměříž

Krommer, Franz (Vinzenz) [Kramář, František Vincenc]

Kronos Quartet.

Kronstadt

Kroó, György

Kropfgans [Kropffgans, Kropfganss], Johann

Kropfreiter, Augustinus Franz

Kropstein, Nikolaus

Kroshner, Mikhail Yefimovich

Kross, Siegfried

Kroupalon [kroupezion]

Krov [Krob, Krow, Kroff], Josef Theodor

Kroyer, Theodor

Krstić, Petar

Kruchinina, Al'bina Nikandrovna

Krueger, Felix

Krug, Arnold

Krug, Diederich

Krüger, Eduard

Kruger, Johann.

Krüger [Krugl], Johann Philipp.

Kruglikov, Semyon Nikolayevich

Kruijsen, Bernard.

Krull, Annie [Maria Anna]

Krumlovsky, Claus

Krummacher, Friedhelm (Gustav Adolf)

Krummel, D(onald) W(illiam)

Krummhorn (i) [Krumbhorn]

Krummhorn (ii).

Krumpholtz [Krumpholz].

Krupa, Gene [Eugene Bertram]

Krupowicz, Stanisław

Krusceniski [Riccioni, née Kruszelnicka], Salomea [Krushel'nytska, Solomiya]

Kruse, Bjørn Howard

Kruse, Johann Secundus

Kruspe, Friedrich Wilhelm

Kruspe, Johann Eduard

Krustev, Venelin.

Kruszelnicka, Salomea.

Kruyf, Ton de

Kruysen [Kruijsen], (René) Bernard

Kryukov, Vladimir Nikolayevich

Krzanowski, Andrzej

Krzesichleb, Piotr.

Krzyżanowski, Ignacy

Krzyżanowski, Stanisław Andrzej

Ktesibios.

Kuba, Ludvík

Kubelík, Jan

Kubelík, Rafael (Jeronym)

Kubička, Víťazoslav

Kubik, Gail (Thompson)

Kubik, Gerhard [Akaning'a]

Kubík, Ladislav

Kubín, Rudolf

Kubisch, Christina

Kubo, Mayako

Kučera, Václav

Kuchař [Kucharsch, Kucharz, Kucharž], Jan Křtitel [Johann Baptist]

Küchler [Kücheler, Kichler, Kiechler], Johann

Kücken, Friedrich Wilhelm

Kuckertz, Josef

Kuckuck

Kučukalić, Zija

Kuczynski, Paul

Kudryashov, Yury Vasil'yevich

Kuen, Johannes.

Kuerti, Anton

Kufferath.

Kugelmann, Johann [Hans]

Kugelmann, Melchior.

Kugelmann, Paul

Kuhač [Koch], Franjo Ksaver [Xaver, Žaver]

Kuhe, Wilhelm

Kuhglocken

Kuhlau, Friedrich (Daniel Rudolph)

Kuhlmann, Kathleen

Kühmstedt, Friedrich Karl

Kuhn, Gustav

Kuhn, Theodor.

Kühn [Kühne, Kün, Kun], Tobias

Kuhnau [Kuhn, Cuno], Johann

Kühnau, Johann Christoph

Kühnel, August

Kühnhausen, Johann(es) Georg

Kühr, Gerd

Kuhreigen [Kuhreihen].

Kuhschellen

Kuijken.

Kuivila, Ron(ald J.)

Kujawiak.

Kukulion.

Kukuzeles.

Kulenkampff, Georg

Kulenović, Vuk

Kulenty, Hanna

Kulesha, Gary

Kulintang [gulintangan, klentangan, kolintang, kwintangan etc.].

Kuljerić, Igor

Kulka, Konstanty (Andrzej)

Kullak.

Kullman, Charles

Kulthum, Ibrahim Umm.

Kultrún [cultrun].

Kumar, Aldo

Kumbala [krembala]

Kumer, Zmaga

Kumi-daiko [wadaiko, taiko]

Kummer, Friedrich August

Kumpán, Jan.

Kün, Tobias.

Kuna, Milan

Kunad, Rainer

Kunanbayev, Abai (Ibrahim)

Kunc, Božidar

Kunc, Jan

Kundera, Ludvík

Kungsperger, Urbanus

Künneke, Eduard

Künspeck, Michael.

Kunst, Jaap [Jakob]

Kunst, Jos

Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir [Bureau des Arts et d'Industrie; Contojo d'Arti e d'Industria].

Kuntze, Christoph.

Kuntzen.

Kunz, Erich

Kunz, Thomas Anton

Kunze, Stefan

Kunzen [Kuntzen].

Kuo Chih-yuan.

Kupfer, Harry

Kupferman, Meyer

Kupka, Karel

Kupkovič, Ladislav

Küpper, Leo

Kuppers, Johannes Theodorus.

Kurath, Gertrude Prokosch (Tula)

Kurbanov, Tulkun

Kurdikar, Moghubai

Kurdish music.

Kurdistani, Sayid ‘Ali Asghar

Kurek, Marcin.

Kurenkeyev, Murataaly

Kuretzky, Josef Antonín.

Kuretzky, Václav Matyáš.

Kuri-Aldana, Mario

Kurka, Robert (Frank)

Kurpiński, Karol Kazimierz

Kurrende

Kurt(-Deri), Melanie

Kurtág, György

Kurth, Ernst

Kurtz, Edmund

Kurtz, Efrem

Kürtzinger.

Kur'yan, Wladzimir Mitrafanovich

Kurylewicz, Andrzej

Kurz, Ivan

Kurz [Kurtz, Kurz-Bernardon, Bernardon], (Johann) Joseph Felix von

Kurz, Selma

Kurz, Siegfried

Kurze Oktave

Kürzinger [Kürtzinger, Kirzinger, Kyrzinger, Khierzinger].

Kurz Pfeiff.

Kūs.

Kusche, Benno

Kusevitsky, Sergey.

Kushta, Shpëtim

Kusser, Johann Sigismund [Cousser, Jean Sigismond; Cousser, John Sigismond]

Küster, Konrad

Kutb al-Dīn.

Kutev, Philip

Kuti [Ransome-Kuti; Anikulapo-Kuti], Fela

Kützialflöte

Kuula, Toivo (Timoteus)

Kuusisto, Ilkka

Kuusisto, Taneli

Kuwait

Kuybïshev.

Kuyper, Elisabeth [Lize] (Lamina Johanna)

Kuypers, Johannes Theodorus.

Kuzham'yarov, Kuddus

Kuznetsov, Vyacheslav Vladimirovich

Kuznetsova, Mariya Nikolayevna

Kuźnik, Norbert (Mateusz)

Kvaethi.

Kvam, Oddvar S(chirmer)

Kvandal, (David) Johan (Jacob)

Kvapil, Jaroslav

Kvapil, Radoslav

Kvernadze, Bidzina

Kverno, Trond

Kvitka, Klyment

Kwaya

Kwela.

Kyagambiddwa, Joseph

Kyhm, Carl.

Kyllönen, Timo-Juhani

Kymbalon

Kymbos

Kynaston, Nicolas

Kynnersley, Robert.

Kyōgen.

Kyoto.

Kyreyko, Vitaly Dmytrovych

Kyrgyzstan, Republic of.

Kyriale

Kyrie eleison.

Kyrton

Kyrylina, Iryna Yakovlevna

Kyrzinger.

Kytte.

Kyui, Tsezar' Antonovich.

Kyurkchiyski, Krasimir

Kyva, Oleh (Pylypovich)