N

Nabokov, Nicolas [Nikolay]

Nacaires

Nacchini, Pietro.

Nachahmung

Nachbaur, Franz (Ignaz)

Nachini [Nacchini, Nachich, Nachik, Nakik, Nanchini], Pietro [Nakič, Petar]

Nachsatz

Nachschlag

Nachspiel

Nachtanz

Nachtgall, Othmar.

Nachthorn

Nachtigal, Sebald

Nachtigall

Nachtmusik

Nachtstück

Naderman.

Nadezhdin, Boris Borisovich

Naenia.

Nafīr [nefir, nfīr].

Nagano, Kent (George)

Nagārā [nagārā, nagara, naqqāra, naghārā etc.].

Nāgasvaram [nāgasuram, nāyanam].

Nagaya, Kenzō.

Nagel.

Nagelgeige [Nagelharmonika]

Nägeli, Hans Georg

Nagovitsin, Vyacheslav Lavrent'yevich

Nag’s head swell.

Nai.

Naich [Naixh, Naxhe], Hubert [Huberto, Hubertus, Robertus]

Nail violin

Naixh, Hubertus.

Najara, Israel

Nakada, Yoshinao

Nakasuga Kengyō.

Nakers

Nakič [Nakik], Petar.

Naksawat, Uthit

Naldi, Antonio [Il Bardella]

Naldi, Hortensio

Naldi [Naldo, Naldio], Romolo [Romulo]

Nalson, Valentine

Namibia,

Namieyski

Namur, Jean de.

Nancarrow, (Samuel) Conlon

Nanchini, Pietro.

Nancy.

Nani.

Nanino, Giovanni Bernardino

Nanino, Giovanni Maria

Nanna.

Nantermi [Nanterni].

Nantes.

Nantier-Didiée, Constance (Betzy Rosabella)

Nao.

Napier, William

Naples

Napoleão (dos Santos), Artur

Napoleon I, Emperor of France

Napoli, Jacopo

Napolitana

Nápravník, Eduard (Frantsevich)

Naqqāra [naghara, nakkare].

Naqqārakhāna [naqqārakhāna, tablkhāna].

Naquaire.

Nara.

Narayan, Ram

Narantsogt, P

Nardini, Pietro

Nardò, Benedetto Serafico

Nares, James

Narratology, narrativity.

Narrenflöte

Nartosabdho [Sunarto], Ki

Narváez, Luys de

Nasal stop

Nasard

Nasardos

Nasarre, Pablo.

Nasat

Nasci, Michele

Nascimbene, Mario

Nascimbeni [Nasimbeni], Stefano

Nascimento, Milton

Nascinbeni [Nascimbeni], Maria Francesca

Nasco, Jan [Gian, Giovanni]

Nash, Heddle

Nash Ensemble.

Nashville.

Nashville sound.

Nasidze, Sulkhan

Nasimbeni, Stefano.

Nasolini [Nazolin], Sebastiano

Nason.

Nassarre [Nasarre], Pablo

Nast, Minnie

Nastasijević, Svetomir

Nat, Yves

Nataletti, Giorgio

Natali [Natale], Pompeo

Natalis, N.

Nathan, Hans

Nathan, Isaac

National.

National anthems.

National Arts Centre Orchestra.

National Association for American Composers and Conductors.

National Association of Composers, USA.

National Endowment for the Arts [NEA].

National Endowment for the Humanities [NEH].

National Exhibition Centre.

National Federation of Music Societies.

Nationalism.

National Music Council.

National Opera Studio.

National School of Opera.

National Sound Archive [NSA].

National Training School for Music.

National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

Native American Indian music.

Natra, Sergiu [Nadler, Serge]

Nattiez, Jean-Jacques

Natural

Natural horn.

Natural notes.

Naturhorn

Nātyaśāstra.

Natzka, Oscar

Nau, Simon

Nau [Naw, Noe, Nor], Stephen [Etienne]

Naudé, Gabriel

Naudot, Jacques-Christophe

Naumann.

Naumann, Siegfried

Naumbourg, Samuel

Nauru.

Naushad [Ali, Naushad]

Nauss, Johann Xaver

Naust.

Nauwach, Johann

Navarra, André(-Nicolas)

Navarrini [Navarini], Francesco

Navarro, Fats [Theodore; Fat Girl]

Navarro, (Luis-Antonio) García

Navarro, Juan (i)

Navarro, Juan (ii)

Navarrus, Martinus.

Navas, Juan Francisco de

Navoigille, Guillaume [l'aîné]

Navoigille, Julien

Naw, Stephen.

Nawba

Naxhe, Hubertus.

Nāy.

Naylor.

Nayo, Nicholas Zinzendorf

Nazareth [Nazaré], Ernesto (Júlio de)

Nazario, Lelo

Nazaykinsky, Yevgeny Vladimirovich

Nazism.

Nazolin, Sebastiano.

NCB

N'Dour, Youssou

Ndubuisi, Okechukwu

NEA.

Neaga, Gheorghe

Neaga, Stefan

Neale.

Neaman, Yfrah

Neander, Alexius

Neander, Joachim

Neander, Valentin (i)

Neander, Valentin (ii)

Neapolitan school.

Neapolitan sixth chord.

Neary, Martin (Gerard James)

Neate, Charles

Nebel [nevel]

Nebendreiklang

Nebenklang

Nebenlinie

Nebennote

Nebensatz

Nebenstimme

Nebentonarten

Nebra (Blasco), José (Melchor de)

Neck

Nectoux, Jean-Michel

Nedbal, Oskar

Nederlands Kamerkoor.

Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest.

Nederveen, Cornelis (Johannes)

Needler, Henry

Neefe, Christian Gottlob

Neel, (Louis) Boyd

Neele, Perrot [Peron, Peros] de.

Nees, Vic

Nef, Isabelle (Lander)

Nef, Karl

Nef, Walter (Robert)

Neglia, Francesco Paolo

Negra

Negrea, Marţian

Negri, Cesare [‘Il Trombone’]

Negri, Francesco

Negri, Gino

Negri [Negro], Giulio Santo Pietro de’ [Del Negro, Giulio Santo Pietro]

Negri, Ippolito Chamatterò di.

Negri, Marc’Antonio

Negri, Maria Caterina

Negri, Maria Rosa [Risack, Rosa Negri]

Negri, Massimiliano.

Negri, Vittorio

Negrilla

Negro, Giulio Santo Pietro de’.

Negro minstrelsy.

NEH.

Neher, (Rudolf Ludwig) Caspar

Neidhardt, Johann Georg

Neidhart [Nîthart] ‘von Reuental’ [‘der von Riuwental’]

Neidlinger, Gustav

Neighbour note.

Neighbour, O(liver) W(ray) [Tim]

Neikrug, Marc (Edward)

Neill, Ben

Neischl.

Neithardt, Heinrich August

Nejedlý, Vít

Nejedlý, Zdeněk

Nelbeland.

Nelepp, Georgy

Nelhybel, Vaclav

Nelli, Herva

Nelson, John (Wilton)

Nelson, Sydney

Nelson, Willie (Hugh)

Nelsova [Katznelson], Zara

Nembri, Damianus [Octavianus]

Nemescu, Octavian

Németh, Maria

Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir Ivanovich

Nemtin, Aleksandr Pavlovich

Nenia [naenia; exequiae, exsequiae]

Nenna, Pomponio

Nenning, Johann.

Nenov, Dimitar

Neo-classicism.

Néocor.

Neo-Gallican chant.

Neo-romantic.

Nepal, Kingdom of (Nep. Nepal Adhirajya).

Nephelius, David.

Nepomuceno, Alberto

Nepotis [De Neve].

Nera

Nercom [Nercome, Nercum], Daniel.

Neri, Filippo

Neri [Negri], Massimiliano

Neri Bondi, Michele

Neri de’ Soldanieri, Niccolò di.

Neriti da Salò [Nerito], Vincenzo

Nero, Emperor of Rome [Claudius Caesar Drusus Germanicus]

Néron, Louis

Neruda.

Neruda, Alois

Neruda, Johann Baptist Georg [Jan Křtitel Jiří]

Nerval, Gérard de [Labrunie, Gérard]

Nervius, Leonardus [Musel, Corneille; Mussele, Corneille]

Nes, Jard van

Nesbet [Nesbett], John

Nesenus, Johann

Neser, Johann

Neseritis, Andreas.

Nešić, Vojna

Nessi, Giuseppe

Nessler, Viktor E(rnst)

Nesterenko, Yevgeny (Yevgen'yevich)

Nestorian rite, music of the.

Nestroy, Johann Nepomuk (Eduard Ambrosius)

Nest'yev, Izrail' Vladimirovich

Nest'yeva, Marina Izrailevna

Nešvera, Josef

Netherlands.

Netherlands Antilles and Aruba.

Netherlands Vocal Ensemble.

Netherlands Wind Ensemble.

Netti, Giovanni Cesare

Nettl, Bruno

Nettl, Paul

Neubauer [Neubaur], Franz Christoph

Neubauer [Neubaur, Niebuhr], Johann

Neuber, Ulrich

Neuber, Valentin

Neue Bach-Gesellschaft.

Neue Deutsche Welle.

Neue Einfachheit (Ger.: ‘New Simplicity’).

Neue Händel-Gesellschaft.

Neue Sachlichkeit

Neufville [Deneufville], Johann Jacob de

Neuhaus, Heinrich (Gustavovich) [Neygauz, Genrikh Gustavovich]

Neuhaus, Max

Neuhaus, Rudolf

Neuhoff.

Neukomm, Sigismund Ritter von

Neuma [neupma, pneuma]

Neuman, Daniel Moses

Neumann, Angelo

Neumann, Anton

Neumann, František

Neumann, Frederick

Neumann, Václav

Neumann, Věroslav

Neumann, Werner

Neumark, Georg

Neumatic notations.

Neumatic style [group style].

Neumeister, Erdmann

Neumeyer, Fritz

Neuner, Carl (Borromäus)

Neupert.

Neupma.

Neuschel [Neuschl, Neischl, Neyschl, Meuschel].

Neusidler [Newsidler, Neusydler, Neysidler, Neusiedler].

Neuss, Heinrich Georg

Neutralization (i).

Neutralization (ii)

Neuwirth, Gösta

Neuwirth, Olga

Nevada [Wixom], Emma

Nevada, Mignon

Nevanlinna, (Otto) Tapio

Nevel

Neves, Ignacio [Inácio] Parreiras

Neveu, Ginette

Neville Brothers, the.

Nevin, [Dale] Arthur (Finley)

Nevin, Ethelbert (Woodbridge)

New Age.

Newark [Newarke, Newerk], William

Newberry-Oscott Partbooks

New Caledonia.

Newcastle, Duke of.

Newcastle upon Tyne.

Newcater, Graham

New College Motet Fragments

Newcomb, Anthony (Addison)

New Complexity.

Neweland

Newerk, William.

New German School

New Guinea.

New Hebrides.

Newlin, Dika

New London Consort.

Newman

Newman, Alfred

Newman, Chris(topher)

Newman, Ernest [Roberts, William]

Newman, Randy (Gary)

Newman, William S(tein)

Newmarch [née Jeaffreson], Rosa

New Music [New Music Edition].

New Musical Fund.

New Order.

New Orleans.

New Orleans jazz.

New Orleans Rhythm Kings [NORK; Friars Society Orchestra].

New Philharmonia Orchestra [NPO].

New Queen’s Hall Orchestra.

Newsidler.

New South Wales Conservatorium of Music.

Newton, Sir Isaac

Newton, Ivor

New Violin Family [Violin Octet].

New wave.

New York.

New York Dolls.

New York Pro Musica Antiqua.

New York School.

New Zealand.

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.

Ney [nai, nāī, nāy, nay].

Ney, Elly

Ney, Joseph Napoléon, Prince de la Moskova.

Neyschl.

Neysidler.

Nezeritis [Neseritis], Andreas

Nezhdanova, Antonina (Vasil'yevna)

Nfīr.

Ngoma [engoma, goma, gomo, ingoma, iÃgoma, ng'oma, ngomba, ngomm, ngomo etc.].

Nguni music.

Nguyen Thuyet Phong [Nguyen, Phong]

Nias.

Nibbio, Stefano Venturi del.

Niblock, Phill

Nicaragua

Niccolini, Giuseppe.

Niccolò da Perugia [Nicolaus de Perugia, Magister Sere Nicholaus Prepositi de Perugia, Niccolò del Proposto, Ser Nicholo del Proposto]

Niccolò Patavino [Niccolò da Padova, Nicolaus de Albis]

Niccolò Piffaro.

Nice

Niceta of Remesiana

Nichelmann, Christoph

Nichifor, Şerban

Nicholas de Merques.

Nicholl, Horace (Wadham)

Nicholls, Agnes

Nicholls, Horatio.

Nicholls, John

Nicholo del Proposto.

Nichols, Red [Ernest Loring]

Nichols, Roger (David Edward)

Nicholson.

Nicholson, Charles

Nicholson, Paul (Shannon)

Nicholson [Nicolson], Richard

Nicholson, Sir Sydney (Hugo)

Nickel von Hof.

Nico, Dr.

Nicodé, Jean Louis

Nicola da Siena [Nicolaus de Senis]

Nicolai [Nikolai], David Traugott

Nicolai, (Christoph) Friedrich

Nicolai, Johannes.

Nicolai [Nicolaÿ], Johann Michael

Nicolai, (Carl) Otto (Ehrenfried)

Nicolai, Philipp

Nicolai [Nicolay], Valentino [Valentin]

Nicolaï, Willem (Frederik Gerard)

Nicolas [?Guillaume]

Nicolas, Ernest.

Nicolas Liégeois.

Nicolas the Serb

Nicolau, Antonio

Nicolaus Cracoviensis [de Cracovita, Krakowczyck].

Nicolaus de Capua

Nicolaus de Perugia.

Nicolaus de Senis.

Nicolaus Polonus (i)

Nicolaus Polonus (ii).

Nicolet, Aurèle

Nicoletti, Filippo

Nicolini [Grimaldi, Nicolo]

Nicolini [Nicolas], Ernest

Nicolini [Niccolini], Giuseppe

Nicolino.

Nicoll, James

Nicolo.

Nicolò [Nicolò de Malte].

Nicolo da Perugia.

Nicolson, Richard.

Nicomachus [Nikomachos] of Gerasa

Nicosia, Paulo Caracciolo da.

Niculescu, Ştefan

Nidaros.

Nidecki, Tomasz Napoleon

Niebuhr, Johann.

Niecks, Friedrich [Frederick]

Nieder, Fabio

Niederholtzer, Rupert.

Niedermeyer, (Abraham) Louis

Niederrheinisches Musikfest.

Niedt, Friedrich Erhard

Niedt, Nicolaus

Niedzielski, Stanisław

Nie Er [Nieh Êrh]

Niegehoff.

Niehaus, Manfred

Nieh Êrh.

Niehoff [Nyhoff; Nyeuwenhoff or ‘Nyeuwenhuys’ in the Low Countries, Niegehoff in Lower Saxony and Neuhoff in Franconia].

Niel [Nieil, Nielle], Jean-Baptiste

Niël, Matty

Niel [Nielle], Pierre de.

Nielsen, Alice

Nielsen, Carl (August)

Nielsen, Hans [Fonteio, Giovanni; Fonteijo, Giovanni]

Nielsen, Inga

Nielsen, (Karl Henrik) Ludolf

Nielsen, Ludvig

Nielsen, Riccardo

Nielsen, Tage

Niemann, Albert

Niemann, Walter

Niemecz [Němec], Joseph [Pater Primitivus]

Niemetschek [Niemeczek], Franz Xaver [Němeček, František Xaver (Petr)]

Niemöller, Klaus Wolfgang

Nierop, Dirck Rembrandtszoon van

Niert [Nyert, Niel, Nielle, Denièle], Pierre de

Niesle.

Nieto, Miguel

Nietow, Gottlieb.

Nietzsche, Friedrich (Wilhelm)

Nieuwkoop, Hans van

Niewiadomski, Stanisław

Niger

Niger, Franciscus [Negro, Pescennio Francesco]

Nigeria, Federal Republic of.

Nigetti, Francesco

Nigg, Serge

Niggun.

Night Horn.

Nightingale.

Nigrin, Georg.

Nigun

Nihon Ongaku-gakkai

Nijazi [Tagi-zade-Hajibeyov, Nijazi Zul'fagarovich]

Nijinsky, Vaclav.

Nikisch, Arthur

Nikodemowicz, Andrzej

Nikolai, David Traugott.

Nikolaus von Krakau.

Nikolayev, Aleksey Aleksandrovich

Nikolayev, Leonid (Vladimirovich)

Nikolayeva, Tat'yana (Petrovna)

Nikolov, Lazar (Kostov)

Nikolovski, Vlastimir

Nikol'skaya, Irina Il'inichna

Nikomachos.

Nilsson, Anders (Göran)

Nilsson [Svennsson], (Märta) Birgit

Nilsson, Bo

Nilsson, Christine [Kristina Törnerhjelm

Nilsson, Torsten

Nimbus.

Nimo, Koo [Amponsah, Daniel Kwabena; Boah-Amponsem, Kwabena; Ko Nimo, Konimo]

Nimrī, Tawfīq al-

Nimsgern, Siegmund

Nin (y Castellanos), Joaquín

Nin-Culmell, Joaquín (María)

Nineteenth.

Nini, Alessandro

Ninna [nanna, ninna-nanna, nonna, nonna pastorale, nonna in pastorale]

Ninot le Petit [Jo. le Petit, Nynot]

Ninth

Ninth chord.

Nippon Gakki Seizo KK

Nirvana.

Nisard, Théodore [Normand, Théodule Elzéar Xavier]

Nishimura, Akira

Nisle [Nissle, Nüssle, Nüsslin, Nusle, Niesle].

Nisnevich, Sima Gerasimovna

Nissen, Constanze.

Nissen, Georg Nikolaus

Nissen, Hans Hermann

Nissle.

Nîthart.

Nitrowski.

Nittauff [Nittau, Nietow, Nitthauf], Gottlieb

Nivers, Guillaume Gabriel [Guilaume]

Nixa.

Nixon, Marni [McEathron, Margaret Nixon]

Nizhinsky, Vaclav [Vatslav Fomich]

Nizhniy Novgorod.

Nketia, J(oseph) H(anson) Kwabena

Nō.

Noack, Fritz

Noailles Chansonnier

Nobat.

Nobel, Felix de.

Nobility Opera.

Nobilmente

Noble, Dennis (William)

Noble, (John) Jeremy

Noble, Ray(mond Stanley)

Noble, (Thomas) Tertius

Noblement

Noblet, Charles

Nobre, Marlos

Nobutoki, Kiyoshi

Nocetti [Noceti, Nuceti], Flaminio

Nocturnae orationes

Nocturne

Nocturns

Noda, Teruyuki

Nodari, Giovanni Paolo

Node.

Noe, Stephen.

Noeane formulae.

Noehren, Robert

Noel [Noe].

Noël

Noëlli, Georg

Noer, Embie C.

Noetel, Konrad Friedrich

Noferi, Giovanni Battista

Nogueira, Ilza

Nohl, (Karl Friedrich) Ludwig

Noire

Nōkan.

Nola [Nolla], Giovanni Domenico da [Giovanni Domenico del Giovane da]

Noli, Fan [Theofan] Stilian

Nollet [Noleth, Nolet, Noletto, Nolletto]

Nomura, Yosio (Francesco)

Nomos

Nonantola.

Nonat, Joseph Waast Aubert.

None

Nonesuch.

Nonet

Non-harmonic note.

Non-harmonic relation.

Noni, Alda

Nonna pastorale.

Nonnengeige

Nono, Luigi

Nonot [Nonat, Nonotte, Notot], Joseph Waast Aubert

Non-quartal harmony.

Noone, Jimmie [Jimmy]

Noordsche balk

Noordt [Noort, Noord, Oort, Oord], van.

Noorsaid, Irwan [Iwang]

Nopitsch, Christoph Friedrich Wilhelm

Nor, Stephen.

Norbert, Frank.

Norblin (de la Gourdaine), Louis (Pierre Martin)

Norcombe (Nercom, Nercome, Nercum, Norcome, Nurcombe, Nurcome), Daniel

Nordal, Jón

Nordblom, Johan Erik

Nordenstrom, Gladys (Mercedes)

Nordentoft, Anders

Nordgren, Pehr Henrik

Nordheim, Arne

Nordheimer.

Nordica [Norton], Lillian [Lilian]

Nordiska Musikförlaget.

Nordisk Copyright Bureau [NCB].

Nordmann, Marielle (Isabelle)

Nordoff, Paul

Nordqvist, (Johan) Conrad

Nordqvist, Gustaf (Lazarus)

Nordraak [Nordraach], Rikard

Norena, Eidé [Hansen-Eidé (neé Hansen), Kaja Andrea Karoline]

Nørgård, Per

Norgate, Edward

Nørholm, Ib

Noricus, Johannes.

Noringer, August.

Noris, Matteo

Norlind, (Johan Henrik) Tobias

Norman, Barak

Norman, Jessye

Norman, John

Norman, (Fredrik Vilhelm) Ludvig

Norman & Beard.

Normand, Marc-Roger [‘Cuoprin’, ‘Coprino’]

Normand, Théodule Elzéar Xavier.

Normandin [La Grille], Dominique

Nörmiger [Nöringer, Noringer], August

Noronha, Francisco da Sá

Norovbanzad, Namjiliin

Norrington, Sir Roger (Arthur Carver)

Norris, Thomas

Norris, William

Norsk Musikforlag.

Norsk Musikkforskerlag

North, Alex

North, Francis, 1st Baron Guilford

North, Nigel

North, Roger

North American Indian music.

Northcott, Bayan (Peter)

Northern Ireland.

Northern Sinfonia Orchestra.

Norton, (George) Frederic(k)

Norton, Lillian.

Norvo, Red [Norville, Kenneth]

Norway

Norwegian Musicological Society.

Norwich.

Norwich sol-fa ladder.

Nose flute.

Noseman, Jacob.

Noske, Frits (Rudolf)

Noskowski, Zygmunt

Nota.

Nota cambiata [changing note]

Nota procellaris

Notari, Angelo

Nota sensibile

Notation.

Notation monogammique

Notched flute.

Note (i).

Note (ii).

Note cluster.

Note de rechange

Note row.

Note sensible

Notes inégales

Notes portées

Note values.

Notker

Notker Labeo [Notker III, Notker the German]

Notot, Joseph Waast Aubert.

Notre Dame school.

Nottara, Constantin

Nottebohm, (Martin) Gustav

Nottingham.

Notturno

Notula.

Nouguès, Jean(-Charles)

Nourrit, Adolphe

Nourrit, Auguste.

Nourrit, Louis

Nova (Sondag), Jacqueline

Nova, Vangjo

Nováček, Ottokar (Eugen)

Novaës, Guiomar

Novák, Jan

Novak, Johann Baptist [Janez Krstnik]

Novák, Pavel [Zemek, Pavel]

Novák, Vítězslav [Viktor] (Augustín Rudolf)

Nova Scotia Choral Federation.

Novelli, Antonia Maria.

Novello.

Novello, Ivor [Davies, David Ivor]

Novello & Co.

Novello-Davies, Clara.

Novelty piano.

Novembergruppe.

Noverre, Jean-Georges

Novikov, Anatoly Grigor'yevich

Novo Portu, Francisco de.

Novotná, Jarmila

Novotni [Novotny], Franz [Ferenc; Francesco] Anton

Novotný [Novittni, Novotni, Nowotny], Franz Nikolaus

Novotný, Václav Juda

Nowak, Leopold

Nowak, Lionel

Nowakowski, Józef

Nowak-Romanowicz [née Nowak], Alina

Nowka, Dieter

Nowotny, Franz Nikolaus.

Nowowiejski, Feliks

Noyers, Jean de.

Nozeman [Noseman], Jacob

Nozzari, Andrea

NSA.

Nucci, Leo

Nucci, Lucrezio.

Nucella

Nuceti, Flaminio.

Nuceus.

Nucius [Nux, Nucis], Johannes

Nueva canción.

Nueva trova.

Nuitter [Truinet], Charles-Louis-Etienne

Numantino, Martín de Tapia.

Number opera

Numbers and music.

Numerology.

Nummi, Seppo (Antero Yrjönpoika)

Nunc dimittis

Nunes, Em(m)anuel (Tito Ricoca)

Nunes da Silva, Manuel.

Nunes Garcia, José Maurício.

Núñez, Adolfo

Núñez, Juan Carlos

Nunn, Trevor (Robert)

Nuno, Jaime

Nuorvala, Juhani (Aarne Kaleva)

Nuova Consonanza.

Nurcombe [Nurcome], Daniel.

Nuremberg

Nurïmov, Chary

Nürnberg

Nürnberger.

Nussio, Otmar

Nüssle.

Nut (i)

Nut (ii)

Nuwera, Abdel-Halim.

Nux, Johannes.

Nuyts, Frank

NWA [Niggaz with Attitude].

Nyckelharpa [nyckelgiga]

Nyert, Pierre de.

Nyeuwenhuys [Nyhoff].

Nygryn, Georg.

Nyiregyházi, Ervin

Nylandensis, Theodoricus Petri.

Nyman, Michael (Laurence)

Nystedt, Knut

Nystroem, Gösta

N.Z. Cracoviensis