S

S(uratno), Nano

Saad, Siti Bint [Siti binti]

Saar, Mart

Saariaho, Kaija (Anneli)

Saavedra Iglesias, Pascual Gregorio

Saba, Abol Hassan

Sá Bacon, José Pereira de.

Sabadini [Sabbadini, Sabatini], Bernardo

SABAM

Sabaneyev, Leonid Leonidovich

Sabata, Victor de.

Sabatini, Bernardo.

Sabatino [Sabbatini, Sabatini], Nicola

Sabbadini, Bernardo.

Sabbatini, Galeazzo

Sabbatini, Luigi Antonio

Sabbatini, Nicola.

Sabbatini, Pietro Paolo

Sabbe, Herman (Leon Augusthe Bertha)

Sabbekha

Sabian.

Sabicas [Agustín Castellón Campos]

Sabine, Wallace C(lement Ware)

Sabini, Ippolito.

Sabini [Sabino], Nicola

Sabinin, Martha von [Sabinina, Marfa Stepanovna]

Sabinina, Marina Dmitriyevna

Sabino.

Sabino, Giovanni Francesco.

Sabino [Sabini], Ippolito

Sabino, Nicola.

Sable, Antoine de la.

Sablières, Sieur de.

Saboly, Nicolas

Sabra, Wadi

Sacabuche.

Sacadas [Sakadas] of Argos

Saccadé

Sacchetti, Franco

Sacchetti [Sakketti], Liberio [Livery] Antonovich

Sacchi, Giovenale

Sacchini, Antonio (Maria Gasparo Gioacchino)

Sacconi, (Simone) Fernando

SACEM [Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique].

Sacerdote, David [Sacerdoti, Davit de]

Sacher, Paul

Sachlichkeit, Neue.

Sachs, Curt

Sachs, Hans

Sachs, Klaus-Jürgen

Sachtleben, August(us)

Sack, Johann Philipp

Sackbut (i)

Sackbut (ii).

Sackman, Nicholas

Sackpfeife

Säckpipa.

Sá Couto (Lagoncinha), Manoel de

Sacramentary

Sacra rappresentazione

Sacrati, Francesco

Sacred Harmonic Society.

Sacred Harp singing.

Sacred Music Society.

Sacrificia.

Sacrobosco [Sacro Buscho], Johannes de.

Sadai [Sidi], Yizhak

Sadārang [Khān, Niyāmat]

Saddler, Frank

Sadeler [Sadelar], Jean [Johan]

Sadie, Stanley (John)

Sadler’s Wells.

Sádlo [Zátvrzský], Miloš

Sadra, I Wayan

Sadze, Christianus.

Sá e Costa, Helena.

Sá e Costa, Leonilde Moreira.

Sá e Costa, Madalena.

Saegusa, Shigeaki

Saenghwang [saeng].

Sáenz (Amadeo), Pedro (Alejo)

Saeta

Saeverud, Harald (Sigurd Johan)

Safī al-Dīn [al-Urmawī]

Safonov, Vasily Il'ich

Sagan Keyboard Manuscript

Sagau, Jayme de la Tê y.

Sagayev, Dimitar

Sagbut.

Sage [Sadze], Christian [Christianus]

Säger, Johann Baptista.

Saggion [Saggione].

Saghyrbayev, Kurmangazy

Sagittarius, Henricus.

Sagreras, Julio S.

Saguer, Louis

Sahab, Salim

Sahl, Michael

Śahnāī [shahnāī, shehnāī].

Saibe.

Sailer [Seyler], Leonhard

Sailer, Sebastian [Johann Valentin]

Sainct-Gelays, Mellin de.

Sainete

Sainne.

Sainne [Sayne], Lambert de

Sainsbury, John Davis

St Albans International Organ Festival.

Saint-Amans [Saint-Aman, Saint-Amand, Saint-Amant], Louis Joseph (Claude)

Saint Circ, Uc de.

Saint-Cyr.

St Denis.

St Denis, Ruth

Sainte-Colombe [Sainte Coulombe], Jean de

St Emmeram.

Saint-Evremond, Charles de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de

St Florian.

Saint-Foix, (Marie-Olivier-)Georges (Poulain), Comte de

St Gallen.

Saint-Gelais [Sainct-Gelays], Mellin [Merlin] de

Saint-Georges [Saint-George], Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de

Saint-Georges, Jules-Henri Vernoy de

Saint Germain, Count of

St Germain-des-Prés Chansonnier

Saint-Huberty [Huberti], Mme de [Clavel, Antoinette Cécile]

St James’s Hall.

Saint Lambert, Monsieur de

Saint-Léon [Michel], (Charles Victor) Arthur

St Louis.

Saint-Luc, Jacques de

Saint-Marcoux, Micheline Coulombe

St Martial.

St Martini, Giovanni Battista.

St Martini, Giuseppe.

Sainton, Philip (Prosper)

Sainton, Prosper (Philippe Catherine)

Sainton-Dolby [née Dolby], Charlotte (Helen)

St Paul, Minnesota.

St Petersburg.

Saint-Saëns, (Charles) Camille

Saint-Sévin.

Saint-Simon, Comtesse de.

Saint-Simonians.

Saint Sixt.

St Thomas Church, music of the.

St Trond, Rudolf of.

Sainz de la Maza (y Ruiz), Regino

Saioni [Saione].

Saitenchöre

Saitenhalter

Saito, Hideo

Saitta, Carmelo

Saive.

Saizenay.

Sakač, Branimir

Sakadas of Argos.

Sakellarides, Joannes Theophrastos

Sakellaridis, Theofrastos

Sakketti, Liberio Antonovich.

Sakva, Konstantin Konstantinovich

Sala, Giuseppe

Sala, Josquino della

Sala, Nicola

Salabert.

Salabue, Ignazio Alessandro Cozio di.

Salāh al-Dīn, Muhammad

Salama, Gamal

Salaman, Charles (Kensington)

Salari, Francesco

Salas Viú, Vicente

Salas y Castro, Esteban

Salaverde, Bartolomé de Selma y.

Salazar, Adolfo

Salazar, Alvaro (Rodrigues)

Salazar, Antonio de

Salazar, Diego José [Joseph] de

Salbinger [Salblinger], Sigmund.

Saldívar y Silva, Gabriel

Saldoni (y Remendo), Baltasar

Sale

Salé [Salle], Adrien Trudo [Trudon]

Sale [Salec], François [Franz].

Sales [Sale, Salec, Saletz], Franz [François]

Sales, Nikolaus

Sales [de Sala], Pietro Pompeo

Saletz, Franz.

Saléza, Albert

Salgado (Torres), Luis Humberto

Salicet [Salcional].

Salicus

Salieri, Antonio

Salii

Salimbene de Adam [Salimbene da Parma]

Salinas, Francisco [Franciscus] de

Salinger, Conrad

Salinis, Hymbert [Hubertus] de.

Salisbury.

Salisbury [‘Sarum’], Use of.

Sallantin [Salantin, Sallentin], François (Alexandre)

Salle, Adrien Trudo.

Sallé, Marie [‘La Vestale’]

Sallentin, François.

Sallinen, Aulis

Salmanov, Vadim Nikolayevich

Salmen, Walter

Salmenhaara, Erkki (Olavi)

Salmhofer, Franz

Salminen, Matti

Salminger [Salbinger, Salblinger], Sigmund

Salmo

Salmon [née Munday], Eliza

Salmon, Jacques

Salmon, Thomas

Salmond, Felix (Adrian Norman)

Salò, Gasparo da.

Salomo, Elias [Salomon, Hélie]

Salomon, Johann Peter

Salomon, Joseph-François

Salomon, Jules Auguste.

Salomon [Shalmon], Karl [Kar’el]

Salomon Quartet.

Salonen, Esa-Pekka

Salonen, Sulo (Nikolai)

Salonica.

Salpinx.

Salsa.

Saltando

Saltarello

Saltato

Saltellando

Salter, Hans J(ulius)

Salter, Humphrey

Salter, Lionel (Paul)

Saltere

Salterello

Salterio

Salt Lake City.

Salut

Salva, Tadeáš

Salvador [Bahia].

Salvador, Matilde

Salvador-Daniel

Salvadori, Andrea

Salvadori, Angelo

Salvai, Maria Maddalena

Salvation Army, music of the.

Salvatore, Giovanni

Salvayre, (Gervais Bernard) Gaston

Salve regina

Salvetti, Guido

Salvi, Antonio

Salvi, Victor

Salvini-Donatelli, Fanny [Lucchi, Francesca]

Salviucci, Giovanni

Salway, Thomas

Salzburg.

Salzédo [Salzedo; Salcedo], Carlos (Léon)

Salzedo, Leonard (Lopes)

Salzer, Felix

Salzilli, Crescentio

Salzman, Eric

Sam, Sam-Ang

Samama, Leo(nard Guillaume)

Saman [Samand, Samane, Sament], René

Sam and Dave.

Samara.

Samaras [Samara], Spyridon [Spyros, Spiro] (Filiskos)

Samaritan music.

Samazeuilh, Gustave (Marie Victor Fernand)

Samba.

Sambamurthy [Sambamoorthy], Pichu.

Samber, Johann Baptist

Sambrooke Manuscript

Sambson, Giovanni.

Sambuca (i)

Sambuca (ii)

Sambuca lincea.

Sambucetti, Luis

Sambukē [sambykē]

Samfundet til Udgivelse af Dansk Musik.

Sámi [Saami] music.

Samin, Vulfran

Saminsky, Lazare

Samisen.

Samkopf, Kjell

Sammarco, (Giuseppe) Mario

Sammartini [St Martini, San Martini, San Martino, Martini, Martino], Giovanni Battista

Sammartini [S Martini, St Martini, San Martini, San Martino, Martini, Martino], Giuseppe [Gioseffo] (Francesco Gaspare Melchiorre Baldassare)

Sammartini, Pietro.

Sammons, Albert (Edward)

Samoa.

Samosud, Samuil Abramovich

Samotulinus, Venceslaus.

Sampayo Ribeiro, Mario Luis de

Samper(e i Marquès), Baltasar

Sampion.

Sampler [sound sampler]

Sampling.

Samponi, Giuseppe.

Sampson [first name unknown]

SAMRO

Sams, Eric

Samson, (Thomas) Jim [James]

Samsony, Giovanni.

Samuel, Adolphe(-Abraham)

Samuel, Claude

Samuel, Gerhard

Samuel, Harold

Samuel, Léopold

Samuel, Rhian

Samuel-Holeman, Eugène

Samuel-Rousseau [Rousseau], Marcel (Louis Auguste)

Samuelsson, Marie

Samul Nori [Samullori].

San, Herman van.

Sanborn, David (William) [Dave]

Sancan, Pierre

Sances [Sancies, Sanci, Sanes, Sanchez], Giovanni Felice

Sánchez de Badajoz, Garci.

Sánchez de Fuentes (y Peláez), Eduardo

Sánchez Málaga, Carlos

Sancho, Ignatius

Sancho Marraco, José

Sancta María, Jorge de

Sancta Maria, Thomas [Tomás] de.

Sanctorale

Sanctus.

Sandagerði, Pauli í

Sandberg, Mordecai

Sandberger, Adolf

Sander.

Sander, F. [J.] S(igismund)

Sanderling, Kurt

Sanders, Ernest H(elmut)

Sanders, Robert Levine

Sanderson, Sibyl

Sanderson, Wilfrid Ernest

Sandi, Marvin

San Diego.

Sandley.

Sandoni, Pietro Giuseppe

Sándor, György

Sandrin [Regnault, Pierre]

Sandström, Jan (Inge Håkan)

Sandström, Sven-David

Sandunga

Sandunova [née Fyodorova], Yelizaveta Semyonovna [‘Uranova’]

Sandvik, Ole Mørk

Sandwich, 4th Earl of [Montagu, John]

Sanelli, Gualtiero

Sanes, Giovanni Felice.

San Francisco.

Sanger, David (John)

Sangīta

Sanglot

Sangspruch, Sangspruchdichtung.

Sang Tong [Zhu Jingqing]

San-hsien.

San Jose.

San Juan, José de

Sankey, Ira D (avid)

Sankovskaya, Yekaterina Alexandrovna

Sanlecque [Senlecque], Jacques de

San Martini [San Martino], Giovanni Battista.

Sanmartini [Sanmartino], Giuseppe.

Sanmartini [San Martino, Sammartini], Pietro

San music.

Sano di Goro.

San Pedro, Lucio (Diestro)

Sanquirico, Alessandro

San Rafael.

San Rafaele [San Raffaele], (Carlo Luigi Baldassare) Benvenuto Robbio, Count of

Sanromano, Carlo Giuseppe

Sans, Juan Francisco

Sansa [sanza, zanza].

Sanserre, Pierre.

Sanseverino, Benedetto

Sans lenteur

Sansoni [Samsony, Sambson, Sansone], Giovanni

Santa Croce, Francesco

Santa Cruz, Antonio de

Santa Cruz (Wilson), Domingo

Santa Fe Opera Company.

Sant'Agata, Tommaso da

Santamaría, Mongo [Ramón]

Santa Maria, Salvatore

Santa María, Tomás de [Sancta Maria, Thomas de]

Santana, Carlos

Sant’Anna [Sá Bacon], José Pereira de

Santavalla, Angel Custodio [González]

Santerre [Sanserre, Senterre, Senserre], Pierre

Santi, Nello

Santiago.

Santiago, Francisco

Santiago, Francisco de [Veiga, Vega]

Santiago de Compostela.

Santiago de Cuba.

Santini, Fortunato

Santini, Gabriele

Santini, Prospero

Santino.

Santiso [Santisso] Bermúdez, Gregorio

Santley, Sir Charles

Santo Domingo.

Santo Elias, Antão de

Santoliquido, Francesco

Sant Omer.

Santorini, Lorenz

Santoro, Cláudio

Santórsola, Guido

Santos, Carles

Santos, (José Manuel) Joly Braga

Santos, José Joaquim dos

Santos, Luciano Xavier

Santos, Manuel dos

Santos, Ramon Pagayon

Santos, Turibio (Soares)

Santos Ocampo, Amada (Galvez)

Santos Pinto, Francisco António Norberto dos.

Santucci, Marco

Santur [sadouri, santūr, sant’ur, santuri, sintir, tsintsila].

Sanuti Pellicani, Giovanni Battista

Sanxian.

Sanz, Gaspar

Sanz, Rocio

Sanzogno, Nino

São João, Gabriel de

São Paulo.

Saorgin, René

Saperton [Saperstein], David

Saponov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich

Saporiti [Codecasa], Teresa

Sapozhnikov, Vladimir Alekseyevich

Sapp, Allen (Dwight)

Sappho

Saqueboute.

Sarabande.

Saracinelli, Ferdinando

Saracini, Claudio

Sarāhang [Husein, Ustād Mohammad]

Sárai, Tibor

Sārangī [sārang, hārangī].

Sarasate (y Navascuéz), Pablo (Martín Melitón) de

Saraste, Jukka-Pekka

Saratov.

Sarbu, Eugene

Sarchizov, Sergiu

Sardà (y Bofill), Albert

Sardana

Sardelli, Anna Maria [‘La Campaspe’]

Sardena, Orazio

Sardi, Dorothea.

Sardi, Giuseppe.

Sardinia.

Sardonius, Jean

Sardou, Victorien

Sarenko, Vasily Stepanovich

Sargeant, Winthrop

Sargenson, John

Sargent, Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts)

Sari, Ada [Szayer, Jadwiga]

Sári, József

Sārindā [qeychak, sarang, sarinda, sorud, soruz].

Sárközy, István

Sarmientos, Jorge Alvaro

Śārngadeva [Nihśanka]

Sarod [sarody].

Saron.

Sárosi, Bálint

Sarrette, Bernard

Sarri [Sarro], Domenico Natale

Sarrier, Antonio

Sarrus, Pierre Auguste

Sarrusophone

Sarti, Giovanni Vincenzo

Sarti [Sardi], Giuseppe

Sarto, Johannes de

Sartori, Claudio

Sartorio [Sertorio], Antonio

Sartorio [Sertorio], Gasparo

Sartorius, Christian

Sartorius, Erasmus

Sartorius [Schneider, Schneickher], Paul

Sartory, Eugène

Sarum chant.

Sarunai [sarinai, sarune, sarunei, serunai, serune].

Sáry, László

Saryan, Ghazaros (Lazar) Martirosi

Sas (Orchassal), Andrés

Sassanian music.

Sasse, Konrad

Sasse [Sax, Saxe, Sass], Marie (Constance)

Sassetti.

Sassofone

Śāstri, Śyāma

Satanowski, Robert

Satie, Erik [Eric] (Alfred Leslie)

Satō, Eishi.

Satoh, Toyohiko

Sattel

Sättler, Lisbeth.

Sattner, Hugolin

Sattor (Sattorov), Talabkhuja (Talb)

Satz

Sätzl [Sätzel, Satzl], Christoph

Sauce, Angel

Saudek, Vojtěch

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of (Arab. Mamlaka al-Arabiya as-Saudiya).

Sauer.

Sauer, Emil (George Conrad) [von]

Sauer, Wilhelm

Sauguet [Poupard], Henri(-Pierre)

Saumell Robredo, Manuel

Saunders, Rebecca

Saùng-gauk.

Saupe, Christian Gottlob

Sauret, Emile

Saurīndramohana Thākura.

Saursbi.

Saut

Sauter, Eddie [Edward Ernest]

Sautereau

Sauterie

Sautillé

Sauveur, Joseph

Sauzay, (Charles) Eugène

Savage, Henry W(ilson)

Savage, Jane

Savage, William

Savagnone, Giuseppe

Savall, Jordi

Savart, Félix

Savary, Jean Nicolas

Savary, Jérôme

Savenko, Svetlana Il'inichna

Savetta, Antonio

Savile, Jeremy

Savin, Risto [Širca, Friderik]

Savinio, Alberto [Chirico, Andrea de]

Savio, Johann Baptist

Savioli, Alessandro

Savion.

Savioni, Mario

Šavli, Peter

Savonese, Il.

Savoy (i)

Savoy (ii).

Savoy Orpheans.

Savoy Theatre.

Saw, musical

Sawallisch, Wolfgang

Sawer, David (Peter)

Sawerthal.

Sawtry.

Sax.

Saxhorn.

Saxhorn alto

Saxhorn basse

Saxhorn-basse

Saxon, Christian Karl.

Saxophone

Saxorusofono

Saxotromba.

Saxton, Robert

Sayão, Bidú [Balduina] (de Oliveira)

Saygun, Ahmet Adnan

Saylor, Bruce (Stuart)

Sayne, Lambert de.

Sayve [Saive, Saibe, Sainne, Sayfe, Seave, Seef, Seyve], de.

Saz [sāz].

Sbara.

Sbarra, Francesco

Scabazzi, Petronio Maria Pio.

Scabellum

Scacarum [scacatorum]

Scacchi, Marco

Scaccia, Angelo Maria

Scaccia pensieri

Scaffen, Henricus.

Scala, Paulus.

Scalabrini, Paolo

Scalamuse.

Scalchi, Sofia

Scalcotas, Nikolaos.

Scale

Scale-step.

Scaletta, Orazio

Scaletti, Carla

Scalichius, Paulus.

Scaling

Scalitz, Paulus.

Scalzi, Carlo [Cichion]

Scampion.

Scandello [Scandelli], Antonio [Scandellus, Antonius]

Scandicus

Scandiuzzi, Roberto

Scapigliatura

Scapitta [Scapita], Vincenzo

Scappamento

Scaquer

Scarabelli [Scarabeus], Damiano

Scarabelli, Diamante Maria

Scaramella, Bernardino

Scarampella, Giuseppe

Scaramuccia, Filisteo

Scarani, Giuseppe

Scarborough, (Frances) Ethel

Scaria, Emil

Scarlatti.

Scarmolin, Anthony Louis

Scarselli, Rinieri [Riniero; Raynero de Scarsellis]

Scastelain, Charles [Jean].

Scatola armonica

Scat singing.

Sceaux.

Scellery, Pierre Borjon de.

Scelsi, Giacinto

Scena

Schaal, Richard

Schaale, Christian Friedrich.

Schaathun, Asbjørn

Schachinger [Schächinger, Schechinger], Johann [Hans] [the elder]

Schacht, Matthias Henriksen

Schacht, Theodor, Freiherr von

Schachtbrett

Schack [Cziak, Schak, Žák, Ziak], Benedikt (Emanuel)

Schadaeus [Schadäus, Schade], Abraham

Schädlich, David.

Schaefer, Theodor

Schaeffer [Schäffer], Bogusław

Schaeffer [Schäffer, Scheffer], Paul

Schaeffer, Pierre

Schaeffner, André

Schaeftlein, Jürg

Schäfer, Christine

Schäfer, Dirk

Schafer, R(aymond) Murray

Schaffen [Scaffen], Henri [Henricus, Henrichus, Heinrich Enrico]

Schäffer, Johann Wilhelm.

Schäffer, Michael

Schäffer, Paul.

Schäfferpfeife

Schaffrath [Schafrath, Schafrat], Christoph

Schafhäutl, Carl Emil von

Schak, Benedikt.

Schale [Schaale, Schall], Christian Friedrich

Schalk, Franz

Schall, Claus Nielsen

Schalloch

Schallstück

Schalmei (i)

Schalmei (ii)

Schamotulinus, Venceslaus.

Schannis [Schennis], Johannes von

Schanppecher, Melchior [Malcior de Wormatia]

Schantz [Tschantz].

Schantz, (Johan) Filip von

Schantz [Schanz], Johann

Schanzlin, Hans Peter

Scharf

Scharpfenberg, Maciej.

Scharre

Scharrer, Irene

Scharwenka, (Ludwig) Philipp

Scharwenka, (Franz) Xaver

Schastelain, Charles [Jean].

Schat, Peter

Schattenberg, Thomas

Schebor, Carl.

Schechinger, Johann [Hans].

Schechner [Schechner-Waagen], Nanette [Anna]

Schede, Paul Melissus

Schedel Liederbuch

Schedl, Gerhard

Schedlich [Schädlich], David

Scheerer, Theophil.

Scheffer [Schäffer], Johann Wilhelm

Scheffer, Paul.

Scheffler, Johannes.

Scheibe, Johann

Scheibe, Johann Adolph

Scheibel, Gottfried Ephraim

Scheibler, Johann Heinrich

Scheidemann [Scheideman, Schideman], David

Scheidemann, Heinrich

Scheidemantel, Johann Christian.

Scheidemantel, Karl

Scheidler, Johann David

Scheidt, Gottfried

Scheidt, Samuel

Scheiffelhut [Scheiffelhuet], Jakob [Jacob]

Schein, Johann Hermann

Scheinpflug, Paul

Scheitholt [Scheitholz]

Schelb, Josef

Schelble, Johann Nepomuk

Schellbecken

Schelle, Johann

Schellen

Schellenbaum

Schellendorf, Hans Bronsart von.

Schelleng, John C(hristopher)

Schellenreif [Schellentrommel]

Schelling, Ernest (Henry)

Schelling, F(riedrich) W(ilhelm) J(oseph von)

Schelling, Jan.

Schemelli [Schemmel], Georg Christian

Schenck [Schenk], Johannes [Johann, Johan, Jan]

Schenk, Erich

Schenk, Johann Baptist

Schenk, Johannes.

Schenk, Otto

Schenker, Friedrich

Schenker, Heinrich

Schentzer, Johannes [Hans]

Scherbaum, Adolf

Scherchen, Hermann

Scherchen(-Hsiao), Tona

Scherer (i).

Scherer (ii).

Scherer, Michael.

Scherer [Scherrer, Scheerer], Nicolas

Scherer, Sebastian Anton

Scherffenstein, Martin Kinner von.

Schering, Arnold

Scherley, Joseph.

Scherndorp, Philipp.

Scherp

Scherrer, N. [?Theophil].

Scherzando

Scherzer.

Scherzetto, scherzino

Scherzevole.

Scherzo

Scherzoso.

Schetky [Shetky], J(ohn) George

Schetky, Johann Georg Christoph

Scheuenstuhl, Michael

Scheuermann, Georg Caspar.

Scheurleer, Daniel François

Scheveningen.

Schiassi, Gaetano Maria

Schiavetto [Schiavetti], Giulio [Skjavetić, Julije]

Schibler, Armin

Schicht

Schicht, Johann Gottfried

Schick, (Johan) Ernst (Christoph)

Schickaneder.

Schickele, (Johann) Peter

Schickhardt [Schickhard], Johann Christian

Schideman, David.

Schidlowsky, León

Schiedermair, Ludwig

Schiedmayer.

Schiefferdecker [Schieferdecker], Johann Christian

Schierbeck, Poul (Julius Ouscher)

Schieti [Schietti], Cesare

Schiever, Ernst

Schiff, András

Schiff, David

Schiff, Heinrich

Schifrin, Lalo (Boris)

Schikaneder [Schickaneder].

Schikardt [Schikhart], Johann Christian.

Schildt, Melchior

Schilke, Renold O(tto)

Schiller, (Johann Christoph) Friedrich von

Schilling, Bertha Agnes Lisette.

Schilling, Gustav

Schilling, Hans Ludwig

Schillinger, Joseph (Moiseyevich) [Lynn, Frank]

Schillings, Max von

Schilson, Baron János

Schimbracki, Johannes.

Schimmel.

Schimon, Adolf

Schimrack [Schimrag, Schimrak], Johannes.

Schindelmeisser, Louis (Alexander Balthasar)

Schindler.

Schindler, Anton Felix

Schindler, Kurt

Schindler, Poul Christian

Schinkel, Karl Friedrich

Schiøler, Victor

Schiørring, Niels

Schiørring, Nils

Schiøtz, Aksel (Hauch)

Schipa, Tito [Raffaele Attilio Amadeo]

Schipper, Emil (Zacharias)

Schippers, Thomas

Schira, Francesco (Vincenzo)

Schirmer.

Schirmer, E.C.

Schiroli, Gregorio.

Schiske, Karl (Hubert Rudolf)

Schisma.

Schizzo

Schjelderup, Gerhard (Rosenkrone)

Schjelderup-Ebbe, Dag

Schlaepfer, Jean-Claude

Schlag (i).

Schlag (ii)

Schlägel

Schlager, Karlheinz

Schlagfeder

Schlagzeug

Schlangenrohr

Schlee, Thomas Daniel

Schlegel (i)

Schlegel (ii).

Schlegel, Leander

Schleiermacher, Steffen

Schleifer

Schleppend

Schlesinger.

Schlesinger, Maurice [Moritz Adolf]

Schlick, Arnolt

Schlick, Barbara

Schlick, Rudolf

Schlicker, Herman L(eonhard)

Schlimbach.

Schlitten-Schellen

Schlosser, Max [Karl]

Schlünz, Annette

Schlusnus, Heinrich

Schluss

Schlüsselfiedel

Schmachtend

Schmahl.

Schmältzl, Wolfgang.

Schmedes, Erik

Schmeling, Gertrud Elisabeth.

Schmeltzer, Johann Heinrich.

Schmeltzl [Schmältzl], Wolfgang

Schmelzer [Schmeltzer, Schmelzer von Ehrenruef], Andreas Anton

Schmelzer [Schmeltzer, Schmelzer von Ehrenruef], Johann Heinrich

Schmelzer, Peter Clemens [Clement].

Schmelzer von Ehrenruef, Andreas Anton.

Schmelzer von Ehrenruef, Johann Heinrich.

Schmezer [Schmetzer], Georg

Schmicorer, Johann Abraham.

Schmid, Adolf.

Schmid, Anton

Schmid [Schmidt], Balthasar

Schmid [Schmidt, Schmitt, Fabricius], Bernhard (i)

Schmid, Bernhard (ii)

Schmid, Erich

Schmid, Ernst Fritz

Schmid [Schmidt], Ferdinand

Schmid, Heinrich Kaspar

Schmid [Schmidt], Johann Michael

Schmid, Manfred Hermann

Schmidl, Carlo

Schmidlin [Schmidli], Johannes

Schmidt, Andreas

Schmidt, Arthur P(aul)

Schmidt, Balthasar.

Schmidt, Bernhard (i).

Schmidt, Bernhard (ii).

Schmidt, Christfried

Schmidt, Christian Martin

Schmidt, Ferdinand.

Schmidt, Franz

Schmidt, Giovanni (Federico)

Schmidt, Gustav

Schmidt, Harvey (Lester)

Schmidt, Joducus [Josquin].

Schmidt, Johann Christoph (i)

Schmidt, Johann Christoph (ii).

Schmidt, Johann Michael (i)

Schmidt, Johann Michael (ii)

Schmidt, Johann Michael (iii).

Schmidt, Johann Philipp Samuel

Schmidt, Joseph

Schmidt, Nickel.

Schmidt, Ole

Schmidt, Peter.

Schmidt, Theodor.

Schmidt, Trudeliese

Schmidt-Görg, Joseph

Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans

Schmiedeknecht, Johann Matthäus

Schmieder, Wolfgang

Schmiedt, Siegfried

Schmit, Camille

Schmitt, Bernhard.

Schmitt, Florent

Schmitt, Georgius Adamus Josephus.

Schmitt, Joseph [Georgius Adamus Josephus]

Schmittbaur [Schmittbauer], Joseph Aloys

Schmitz, (Franz) Arnold

Schmölzer, Jakob Eduard

Schmügel, Johann Christoph

Schnabel, Artur

Schnabel, Joseph Ignaz

Schnabel, Karl Ulrich

Schnabelflöte

Schnarre

Schnarrsaiten

Schnarrwerk

Schnebel, Dieter (Wolfgang)

Schneeberger, Hansheinz

Schneegass [Snegassius], Cyriacus [Cyriak]

Schnéevoigt, Georg (Lennart)

Schneickher, Paul.

Schneider.

Schneider, (Abraham) Alexander

Schneider, Andreas

Schneider, Conrad Michael

Schneider, Franz

Schneider, Georg Abraham

Schneider, Hans

Schneider, Herbert

Schneider, Hortense (Catherine-Jeanne [Caroline-Jeanne])

Schneider, Johann

Schneider, Marius

Schneider, Max

Schneider, Michael

Schneider, Paul.

Schneider, Peter

Schneider, Urs Peter

Schneiderhan, Wolfgang (Eduard)

Schneider-Siemssen, Günther

Schneider-Trnavský [Schneider], Mikuláš

Schnell

Schnell, Johann Jakob

Schneller (i)

Schneller (ii).

Schnetzler, Johannes.

Schnitger, Arp

Schnittelbach, Nathanael

Schnittke [Shnitke], Alfred (Garriyevich)

Schnitzer.

Schnitzer [Schnizer], Franz (Xaver)

Schnitzkius [Schnitzke, Schnitzky], Gregor

Schnizer, Franz.

Schnoor, Hans

Schnorr von Carolsfeld, Ludwig

Schnyder von Wartensee, (Franz) Xaver

Schoberlechner, Franz

Schobert, Johann [Jean]

Schock, Rudolf (Johann)

Schoeck, Othmar

Schoeffer [Schöffer], Peter, jr

Schoelcher, Victor

Schoemaker, Maurice

Schoenberg [Schönberg], Arnold (Franz Walter)

Schoendorff [Schondorpp, Scherndorp], Philipp

Schoenfield, Paul

Schoening, Alwina.

Schoenstein.

Schöffer, Peter.

Schöffler, Paul

Schol, Dirk.

Schola Cantorum (i).

Schola Cantorum (ii).

Scholes, Percy A(lfred)

Scholl, Andreas

Scholl, Dirck (Janszoon)

Schollenberger, Kaspar

Schöllhorn, Johannes

Schollum, Robert

Scholz, Bernhard (Ernst)

Scholz, Hans

Scholze, Johann Sigismund.

Schönbach, Dieter

Schönberg, Arnold.

Schönberg, Claude-Michel

Schonberg, Harold C(harles)

Schondorpp, Philipp.

Schöne, Lotte

Schoneck.

Schonenberger, Georges

Schönfeld, Johann Philipp

Schönfelder, Gerd

Schönfelder, Jörg [Georg, Gregorius]

Schönherr, Max

Schönig [Schoneck].

Schonsleder [Schönsleder], Wolfgang [Volupius Decorus]

Schonthal, Ruth

Schönwald, Albert.

School drama.

School fugue.

School of English Church Music.

School opera.

Schools.

Schools Music Association.

Schop.

Schopenhauer, Arthur

Schornburg, Heinrich

Schorr, Friedrich

Schott.

Schott, Georg Balthasar

Schott, Johann Georg

Schottische

Schousboe, Torben

Schrade, Leo

Schrader, Barry

Schradieck, (Carl Franz) Henry [Heinrich]

Schramm, Johann Jacob

Schramm, Melchior

Schrammel, Johann

Schrammel quartet.

Schratt, Hans Rauch von.

Schreiarien

Schreiber, Johann Evangelist [Johannes Evangelista]

Schreiber, Ottmar

Schreider, Christopher.

Schreier, Peter

Schreierpfeife.

Schreker, Franz (August Julius)

Schreyber, Heinrich.

Schreyer, Gregor

Schreyerpfeife [Schreierpfeife, Srayffaiff, Schreiarien (plural), Schryari (plural)]

Schrider, Christopher.

Schritt

Schröder.

Schröder, Friedrich

Schröder, Hanning [Hans]

Schröder, Johannes

Schröder, Lorentz

Schröder-Devrient [née Schröder], Wilhelmine

Schroeder.

Schroeder, Hermann

Schroeter.

Schroeter [Schröter], Leonhard [Leonhart]

Schröter [Schroeter, Schroeder].

Schröter, Christoph Gottlieb

Schröter, Johann Georg

Schroyens, Daniël

Schryari

Schuback, Jacob

Schubart, Christian Friedrich Daniel

Schubaur, Johann Lukas

Schubert.

Schubert, Ferdinand (Lukas)

Schubert, Franz (Peter)

Schubert, Heino

Schubert, Johann Friedrich

Schubert, Joseph

Schubert, Louis

Schubert, Manfred

Schubert, Richard

Schuberth, E(dward).

Schuberth, Julius (Ferdinand Georg)

Schubiger, Anselm (Joseph-Alois)

Schubinger.

Schuch, Ernst Edler von

Schuchardt, Theodor

Schuchart, J(ohan) J(ust)

Schüchter, Wilhelm

Schudi, Burkat.

Schuëcker.

Schuelke, William [Wilhelm]

Schuh, Willi

Schuit, Cornelis (Floriszoon).

Schuke.

Schuldrama

Schulhoff, Erwin [Ervín]

Schuller, Gunther (Alexander)

Schuloper

Schultheiss, Benedict

Schultheiss, Michael.

Schulthesius, Johann Paul

Schultz [Schultze].

Schultz, Andrew (Noel)

Schultz, Bartold.

Schultz, (Reinhold Fritz) Helmut

Schultz, Johann Abraham Peter.

Schultz, Johannes

Schultz, Svend S(imon)

Schultze, Christoph

Schultze, Michael.

Schultze, Norbert

Schulz [Schulze].

Schulz [Schultz], Johann Abraham Peter

Schulz [Schulze], John Philipp Christian

Schulz-Beuthen [Schulz] (Viktor) Heinrich Donatien Wilhelm

Schulze.

Schulze [Schultze, Schultz, Praetorius], Christian Andreas

Schulze, Hans-Joachim

Schumacher, (Hermann) Rüdiger (Hubertus)

Schuman, William (Howard)

Schumann [née Wieck], Clara (Josephine)

Schumann, Elisabeth

Schumann, Frederic Theodor

Schumann, Georg (Alfred)

Schumann, Robert

Schumann-Heink [née Rössler; Heink], Ernestine [Tini]

Schuncke [Schunke], (Christian) Ludwig [Louis]

Schünemann, Georg

Schuppanzigh, Ignaz

Schürer, Johann Georg

Schuricht, Carl

Schurig, Wolfram

Schürmann [Schurmann, Scheuermann], Georg Caspar

Schurmann [Schürmann], (Edward) Gerard

Schuster, Ignaz

Schuster, Joseph

Schusterfleck

Schütter, Meinrad

Schütz.

Schütz, Françoise Jeanne.

Schütz, Heinrich [Henrich] [Sagittarius, Henricus]

Schütz Choir of London.

Schützendorf, Gustav

Schützendorf, Leo

Schuyler, Philippa Duke

Schuyt [Schuit], Cornelis (Floriszoon)

Schuyt, Nico [Nicolaas Peter]

Schwab [Suevi], Felician [Bonifacius]

Schwab, Heinrich W(ilhelm)

Schwaen, Kurt

Schwaiger [Schweiger], Georg

Schwanenberger [Schwanberg, Schwanberger], Johann Gottfried

Schwann, William (Joseph)

Schwantner, Joseph

Schwarbrook [Schwarbrick, Swarsbrick, Swabridge, Swarbrick, Swarbutt], Thomas

Schwärmer

Schwartz, Arthur

Schwartz, Elliott (Shelling)

Schwartz, Francis

Schwartz [Shvarts], Isaak Iosifovich

Schwartz, Jean

Schwartz, Rudolf

Schwartzenberg [Schwartzenberger, Clouart Cebergue], Jean-Louis, dit Le Noble

Schwartzkopff, Theodor

Schwarz, Boris

Schwarz, Gerard

Schwarz, Gerhard

Schwarz, Hanna

Schwarz, Jean

Schwarz, Joseph

Schwarz, Rudolf

Schwarz, Thomas (Jakob)

Schwarz, Vera

Schwarzendorf, Johann Paul Aegidius.

Schwarzerd, Philipp.

Schwarzkopf, (Olga Maria) Elisabeth (Friederike)

Schwebung (i)

Schwebung (ii)

Schwebungen

Schwedler, Maximilian

Schwegel [Schwiegel, Swegel] (i)

Schwegel (ii)

Schweher, Christoph [Hecyrus, Christoph]

Schweiger, Georg.

Schweitzer, Albert

Schweitzer, Anton

Schweiz

Schweizelsperg [Schweizelsberg, Schweizelsperger], Casimir [Caspar]

Schweizerische Musikforschende Gesellschaft

Schweizerpfeife [Schweytzer Pfeiffe] (i)

Schweizerpfeife (ii)

Schweller

Schwemmer, Heinrich

Schwencke.

Schwerin.

Schwermer

Schwertsik, Kurt

Schwetzingen.

Schwickert.

Schwieger [Schwiger], Jacob

Schwilge [Schwilgi], Andreas

Schwindl [Schwindel], Friedrich

Schwirrholz

Schwungzither

Schytte, Ludvig

Scialla, Alessandro

Sciarrino, Salvatore

Ścigalski, Franciszek

Scimone, Claudio

Scio, Etienne

Sciolto

Sciortino, Patrice

Sciroli [Schiroli, Scivoli, Siroli], Gregorio

Sciutti, Graziella

Scliar (Cabral), Esther

Scofield, John

Scola, Adamo

Scolari, Giuseppe

Scolica [Scholica, Scolia] enchiriadis.

Scolium

Scone Antiphoner

Scontrino, Antonio

Scop

Scordatura [descordato, discordato]

Score

Scorpione, Domenico

Scorzuto, Giovanni Maria

Scotch snap.

Scotch tune.

Scotland.

Scott, Cyril (Meir)

Scott, Francis George

Scott, James (Sylvester)

Scott, John (i)

Scott, John (Gavin)

Scott, (Patrick) John (Michael O’Hara) (iii)

Scott, Marion M(argaret)

Scott, Mrs.

Scott, Ronnie [Schatt, Ronald]

Scott, Stephen

Scott, Sir Walter

Scott-Heron, Gil

Scotti, Antonio

Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

Scottish National Orchestra.

Scottish Opera.

Scottish Paraphrases.

Scotto.

Scotto, Renata

Scotto, Vincent

Scozzese, Agostino

Scraper

Scratching.

Scratch Orchestra.

Scriabin, Alexander Nikolayevich.

Scribanus, Iohannes.

Scribe, (Auguste) Eugène

Scrittura

Scrivano, Juan.

Scronx, Gérard

Scronx, Lambert.

Scruton, Roger

Scudo, P. [Pierre, Pietro, Paul or Paulo]

Scudus, Aegidius.

Sculthorpe, Peter (Joshua)

Scutta, Andreas

SDRM [Société de Droit de Reproduction Mécanique].

Se (i).

Se (ii).

Searle, Humphrey

Seashore, Carl E(mil)

Seattle.

Seave.

Seay, Albert

Sébastian, Georges [Sebestyen, György]

Sebastiani, Claudius

Sebastiani, Johann

Sebastian z Felsztyna

Sebell.

Sebenico, Giovanni [Šibenčanin, Ivan]

Sebestyen, György.

Sebök, György

Šebor, Karel (Richard) [Schebor, Carl]

Sec

Secco

Sechter, Simon

Sechzehntel-Note

Seckendorff, Karl Siegmund, Freiherr von

Second

Second, Sarah.

Seconda pratica

Secondary dominant.

Seconda volta

Second subject group

Second Viennese School.

Secoria, Elfa

Secreto

Secrt, Josef.

Secundposaune

Sedaine, Michel-Jean

Sedak, Eva

Sedany.

Sedecima

Sedlak, Wenzel

Sedrā.

Sedulius [Caelius Sedulius]

Seede, Brice

Seedo [Sidow]

Seedo, Maria.

Seefried, Irmgard

Seeger.

Seeger, Horst

Seeger, Johann Baptista.

Seeger, Josef.

Seeger, Ruth Crawford.

Seegr, Josef.

Seelen, Johann Heinrich von

Seeling, Josef Antonín.

Segal, Uri(el)

Segal, Vivienne (Sonia)

Seger, Johann Baptista.

Seger [Czegert, Secrt, Seeger, Seegr, Segert, Sekert, Zekert], Josef (Ferdinand Norbert)

Segerstam, Leif

Segni, Julio [Julio da Modena; Biondin]

Segno, al.

Segolta.

Segond, Pierre

Segovia, Andrés

Segue

Seguidilla [siguidilla, seguidillas]

Seguin, Arthur (Edward Shelden)

Seguiriya.

Sehested, Hilda

Sehlbach, (Oswald) Erich

Sehling [Seling, Seeling, Söling], Josef Antonín

Sehnal, Jiří

Seiber, Mátyás (György)

Seidel, Friedrich Ludwig

Seidel, Jan

Seidel, Samuel

Seidel, Wilhelm

Seidelmann, Franz.

Seideman, Władysław

Seidl, Anton

Seifarth, Johann Gabriel.

Seifert.

Seifert, Johann Gottfried.

Seiffert, Max

Seiffert, Peter

Seinemeyer, Meta

Seiranian, Sogomon

Seis.

Seises

Seisillo

Seistron

Seixas, (José António) Carlos de

Seizième de soupir

Séjan [Séjean], Nicolas

Šejna, Karel

Sekert, Josef.

Sekles, Bernhard

Seklucjan, Jan

Sekunde

Selby, William (i).

Selby, William (ii)

Selçuk, Münir Nurettin

Self-acting piano.

Selfridge-Field, Eleanor

Selich [Selichius], Daniel

Seling, Josef Antonín.

Sellars, James (Edward)

Sellars, Peter

Selle, Thomas

Sellick, Phyllis (Doreen)

Sellitto [Sellitti, Selitti], Giuseppe

Sellner, Johann.

Selma y Salaverde, Bartolomé de

Selmer.

Selmer, Johan Peter

Selnecker [Selneccer], Nikolaus

Selner [Sellner, Sölnerus], Johann [Johannes]

Selselim

Selva, Antonio

Selva, Blanche

SEM.

Sēmantron [sēmandron, sēmantēr, sēmantērion, sēmanthron, simandron].

Sembach [Semfke], Johannes

Sembrich, Marcella [Kochańska, Prakseda Marcelina]

Semegen, Daria

Semel [semell].

Semibiscroma

Semibreve

Semi-cadence.

Semicorchea

Semicroma

Semifusa

Semiminim

Seminiati [Seminiato], Santino

Semiology.

Semi-opera [dramatic opera; English opera; ambigue].

Semiotics [semiology]

Semiquaver

Semi-reproducing piano.

Semitone [half step]

Semkow, Jerzy [Georg]

Sempé, Skip (Joseph)

Semplice

Sempre

Senaillé [Senallié, Senaillié, Senallier, Senaillier], Jean Baptiste

Senart.

Senator, Ronald

Sender, Ramón

Sendrey [Szendrei], Alfred [Aladar]

Sénéchal, Michel

Senefelder, Alois

Senegal

Senese.

Senesino [Bernardi, Francesco]

Senet.

Senff, Bartolf Wilhelm

Senfl [Sennfl, Sennfli, Senfelius, Senphlius], Ludwig

Senger, (Franz Ludwig) Hugo von

Senhal

Senleches, Jaquemin de [Senlechos, Jacob; Selesses, Jacopinus]

Senlecque, Jacques de.

Senn, Walter

Sennet [senet, sonnet, sennit, sennate, sinet, synnet, cynet].

Sennewald.

Sennfl [Senphlius], Ludwig.

Sennit.

Sens, Ginetta [Genoveffa].

Sensenschmidt, Johann

Senserre [Senterre], Pierre.

Sensibile

Sentence.

Senza

Sephardi music.

Sepolcro

Seprődi, János

Septave.

Septet

Septième

Septimal system.

Septuor

Septzug

Sequeiros, Juan de Lima.

Sequela.

Sequence (i)

Sequence (ii).

Sequencer

Sequentia.

Sequentiary

Serafin [Serafino], Santo.

Serafin, Tullio

Serafino de’ Ciminelli dall’Aquila

Seraphin [Serafin, Serafino], Sanctus [Santo]

Seraphine.

Seraphon.

Serassi.

Serauky, Walter

Serbia.

Séré, Octave.

Serebrier, José

Serei, Zsolt

Serenade

Serenata

Sereni, Mario

Seres, William

Sergeyev, Konstantin Mikhailovich

Sergeyeva, Tat'yana Pavlovna

Serialism.

Series [row, tone row, note row].

Sérieyx, Auguste (Jean Maria Charles)

Serinette

Serini, Giovanni Battista

Serkin, Peter

Serkin, Rudolf

Serlo of Wilton

Serly, Tibor

Sermilä, Jarmo (Kalevi)

Sermisy [Cermisy, Sermizy, Sermysy, Sernisy, Servyzy], Claudin[Claude] de

Serna (Asturisaga), Estacio de la [Laserna, Lacerna, Estacio de]

Serocki, Kazimierz

Seroussi, Ruben

Serov, Aleksandr Nikolayevich

Serova [née Bergman], Valentina Semyonovna

Serpent

Serpent-basson

Serpentcleide.

Serpent-droit

Serpent Forveille.

Serpentone

Serpette, (Henri Charles Antoine) Gaston

Serqueira [Serqueyra] de Lima, Juan [Sequeiros, Juan de Lima]

Serra, Luis

Serra, Michelangelo

Serradell Sevilla, Narciso

Serrano (y Ruiz), Emilio

Serrano (Simeón), José

Serranus [Seger, Seeger, Säger], Johann Baptista

Serrao, Paolo

Serré

Serre, Jean-Adam

Serrurier, Georges.

Sertor, Gaetano

Sertorio, Antonio.

Sertorio, Gasparo.

Servais.

Servandoni, Giovanni Niccolò [Servandony, Jean-Nicolas]

Serventoys.

Service.

Servières [Serrurier], Georges

Servin [Servyn], Jean

Serwaczyński, Stanisław

Seryogina, Natal'ya Semyonovna

SESAC.

Sesé y Balaguer, Juan de.

Sesquialtera

Sesquiquarta

Sesquitertia

Sessa d'Aranda

Sessé [Sesé] y Balaguer, Juan de

Sessions, Roger (Huntington)

Sestairo [Sestaro, Sestarron], Albertet de.

Šesták, Zdeněk

Sestetto

Sestetto Chigiano.

Sestina

Set.

Setaccioli, Giacomo

Setār [saitār, sehtār, setā, setór, sihtār].

Seter, Mordecai [Starominsky, Marc]

Set-piece.

Setti (de Castro Lima), Kilza

Settimana Internazionale di Nuova Musica.

Setting (i).

Setting (ii).

Ševčík Quartet.

Seventeenth.

Seventh

Seventh chord.

Sévérac, (Marie Joseph Alexandre) Déodat de, Baron de Sévérac, Baron de Beauville

Severi, Francesco

Séverin [Severijn], André [Andries, Andry]

Severino, Giulio

Severus of Antioch

Sevillana.

Seville

Sex, sexuality.

Sex Pistols, the.

Sext

Sextet

Sextolet, sextuplet

Sextuor

Sextus

Sextus Empiricus

Sextzug

Seydelmann [Seidelmann], Franz

Seyfert, Johann Caspar

Seyfert [Seifert], Johann Gottfried

Seyffarth [Seifarth, Seiffart, Seyfart], Johann Gabriel

Seyfried, Ignaz (Xaver), Ritter von

Seyler, Abel

Seyler, Leonhard.

Seyve, de.

sf [sfz].

Sfetsas, Kyriacos

Sfogato

Sfondrino, Giovanni Battista

Sforza.

Sforzando

Sgabazzi [Scabazzi], Petronio Maria Pio

SGAE [Sociedad General de Autores de España].

Sgambati, Giovanni

Sgatberoni, Johann Anton

's-Gravenhage

Sgrizzi, Luciano

Shabalala, Bhekizizwe Joseph

Shabbāba [şebbabe, shabbābah, shbiba].

Shadows, the.

Shadwell, Thomas

Shafran, Daniil Borisovich

Shaftesbury, Lord

Shaham, Gil

Shaheen, Simon

Shahidi, Tolib

Shahnazi, Ali Akbar

Shajariān, Mohammad Rezā

Shake.

Shake-a-leg [malgari].

Shakers, American.

Shakespeare, William

Shakhidi, Ziyadullo

Shakhnazarova [Melik-Shakhnazarova], Nelli Grigor'yevna

Shaking Quakers.

Shakubyōshi.

Shakuhachi.

Shalishim

Shallon, David

Shallot.

Shalme [shalmie, shalmuse].

Shalmon, Kar’el.

Shalyapin, Fyodor.

Shamisen.

Shamo, Ihor' (Naumovich)

Shamotulinus, Venceslaus.

Shanagan huur [Khuur].

Shanet, Howard

Shanghai.

Shank.

Shankar, Ravi

Shankar, Uday

Shanty [chanty, chantey].

Shape-note hymnody.

Shape-note notation [buckwheat notation, character notation].

Shapero, Harold (Samuel)

Shapey, Ralph

Shapira, Arie [Arik]

Shapiro, Gerald (Mark)

Shapleigh, Bertram

Shaporin, Yury Aleksandrovich

Shaposhnikov, Adrian Grigor'yevich

Sharara, Attia (Hassan)

Sharet, Yehuda

Sharma, Prem Lata

Sharma, Shiv Kumar

Sharman, Rodney

Sharp

Sharp, Cecil (James)

Sharp, Elliot

Sharp, Granville

Sharp, Ronald (William)

Sharvit, Uri

Shatin, Judith

Shavlokhashvili, Tengiz

Shaw.

Shaw, Alexander

Shaw, Artie [Arshawsky, Arthur Jacob]

Shaw, (George) Bernard

Shaw, Christopher

Shaw, Francis

Shaw, Martin (Fallas)

Shaw [née Postans], Mary

Shaw, Oliver

Shaw, Robert (Lawson)

Shaw, Thomas

Shaw, (Harold) Watkins

Shawān, ‘Azīz al-.

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond (Christopher)

Shawki (Moustafa), Youssef [Shawqī Mustafá, Yūsuf]

Shawm [scalmuse, shalm, shalmie, schalmuse]

Shchahlow (Kulikovich), Mikalay [Nikola] Mikalayevich

Shchedrin, Rodion Konstantinovich

Shcherbachyov, Andrey Vladimirovich

Shcherbachyov, Nikolay Vladimirovich

Shcherbachyov, Vladimir Vladimirovich

Shcherbakov, Igor' [Ihor] Vladimirovich

Shcherbakova, Taisiya Alekseyevna

Shchetyns'ky, Oleksandr Stepanovych

Shearing, George (Albert)

Shebalin, Vissarion Yakovlevich

Shedlock, J(ohn) S(outh)

Sheffield.

Shekere [sekere].

Shekhter, Boris Semyonovich

Shekili [Abdullayev], Alesker

Shelbye [Selby], William

Sheldonian Theatre.

Shelem [Weiner], Matityahu

Shelemay, Kay Kaufman

Shelley, Howard

Shelley, Percy Bysshe

Shemer, Naomi

Sheng.

Sheng, Bright [Zong Liang]

Shenshin, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Shen Zhibai

Shepherd, Arthur

Shepherd, John.

Shepherd, John Charles

Shepp, Archie (Vernon)

Sheppard [Shepherd], John

Sherard [Sharwood], James [Giacomo]

Shere, Charles

Sheridan [Burke Sheridan], Margaret

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley

Sheriff, Noam

Sherley [Sherlie], Joseph.

Sherman, Richard M.

Sherman, Robert B.

Sherwood, Percy

Sheryngham

Shesht.

Shetky, J. George.

Shibata, Minao

Shicoff, Neil

Shield, William

Shields, Hugh

Shifrin, Seymour

Shift.

Shigayev, Dauletkerei

Shilkret, Nat(haniel) [Schüldkraut, Naftule]

Shiloah, Amnon

Shimizu, Osamu

Shimmy.

Shingli tunes.

Shinohara, Makoto

Shiomi, Mieko [Chieko]

Shirai, Mitsuko

Shire, David (Lee)

Shirelles, the.

Shirley, George (Irving)

Shirley, James

Shirley [Scherley, Sherley, Sherlie, Shirlie], Joseph

Shirley, Wayne (Douglas)

Shirley-Quirk, John

Shirwānī [Fathallāh], al-

Shivaree [shivareo].

Shleh, Lyudmila Karpawna

Shlifshteyn, Semyon Isaakovich

Shlonsky, Verdina

Shneyerson, Grigory Mikhaylovich

Shō.

Shofar

Shoot [Shut'], Vladislav Alekseyevich

Shore [Shaw, Show, Showers].

Shore, Andrew

Shore, Bernard (Alexander Royle)

Shore, Dinah [Frances Rose]

Short, Bobby [Robert] (Waltrip)

Short, Peter

Shorter, Wayne

Short octave

Short score.

Shostakovich, Dmitry (Dmitriyevich)

Shostakovich, Maxim [Maksim]

Shostakovich Quartet.

Show.

Showalter, A(nthony) J(ohnson)

Showers.

Showground organ.

Shrider [Schrider, Schreider], Christopher

Shrubsole, William

Shrude, Marilyn

Shteynpress, Boris Solomonovich.

Shtoharenko, Andry Yakovych

Shuard, Amy

Shudi [Schudi, Tschudi, Tshudi], Burkat [Burkhardt]

Shudraga [shidurgu, shandz].

Shuffle.

Shugliashvili, Mikhail

Shukh, Mikhail Arkad'yevich

Shukur, Salman

Shulman, Alan

Shumeyko, Volodymyr (Viktorovich)

Shumsky, Oscar

Shupo, Sokol

Shuttleworth, Obadiah

Si

SIAE

Sibelius, Jean [Johan] (Christian Julius)

Šibenčanin, Ivan.

Siberia.

Sibert, Paul.

Sibilla [Gronamann, Sybilla; Mrs Pinto]

Sibiryakov, Lev (Mikhailovich)

Siboni, Erik Anthon Valdemar

Siboni, Giuseppe (Vincenzo Antonio)

Sibyl, Song of the.

Sicard, Jean [not Laurent]

Sicher, Fridolin

Sichra, Andrey Osipovich.

Siciliana [siciliano]

Sicilianos, Yorgos

Sicilienne

Sidarta, Otok Bima

Side-blown trumpet

Side drum.

Sidel'nikov, Nikolay Nikolayevich

Sidharta, Otto

Sidi, Yizhak.

Sidow.

Siebach, Konrad

Siebeneicher, Mateusz

Siebenhaar, Malachias

Siebenkäs [Siebenkees], Johann

Sieber, Georges-Julien

Sieber, Jean-Georges

Sieczyński, Rudolf

Siefert [Syfert, Sivert, Sibert], Paul

Siegel, Wayne

Siegele, Ulrich

Siegl, Otto

Siegmeister, Elie [Swift, L.E.]

Siegmund-Schultze, Walther

Siegue

Siehr, Gustav

Siems, Margarethe

Siena.

Siena Lutebook

Siepi, Cesare

Sieradza, Cyprian z.

Sierakowski, Count Wacław

Sierra, Roberto

Sierra Leone, Republic of.

Siess [Sies], Johannes

Sievers, Johann Friedrich Ludwig

Sievert, Ludwig

Siewiński, Andrzej.

Siface [Grossi, Giovanni Francesco]

Sifflet

Sifflöte

Sifonia, (Liberato) Firmino

Sigefrid, Cornelius

Sigelius [Sigl], Rufinus

Sigh.

Sight, sighting.

Sigismondo, Giuseppe

Sigl, Rufinus.

Signac [first name unknown], Sieur

Signal (i), §1

Signal (ii).

Signalhorn

Signalpfeife

Signate.

Signature.

Significative [Romanian] letters.

Signoretti, Aurelio

Signorucci, Pompeo

Signum concordantiae

Sigtenhorst Meyer, Bernhard van den

Siguidilla.

Siguiriya.

Sigurbjörnsson, Thorkell

Sikhra, Andrey Osipovich.

Siklós [Schönwald], Albert

Sikora, Elżbieta

Sikorski.

Sikorski, Józef

Sikorski, Kazimierz

Sikorski, Tomasz

Siku [sicu, sico].

Sikuri [sicura].

Silas, Edouard [Eli]

Silbato

Silbenstrich

Silber (Franck), Euchario

Silbermann.

Silbote.

Silcher, (Philipp) Friedrich

Silent keyboard.

Silesia.

Silesian National Theatre

Silesius, Angelus.

Silesu, Lao [Stanislao]

Silja, Anja

Sillet

Sills, Beverly [Silverman, Belle]

Silluq.

Silofono

Siloti, Aleksandr Il'ich.

Silva, Adelaide Pereira da

Silva (Santisteban), Alfonso (de)

Silva, Andreas de.

Silva, António José da

Silva, Francisco da Costa e.

Silva, Francisco Manuel da

Silva, Jesús Bermúdez.

Silva, João Cordeiro da

Silva, José da Costa e.

Silva, José de Santa Rita Marques e [Marques, José]

Silva, Luigi

Silva, Manuel Nunes da

Silva, Óscar da

Silva, Tristão da [Sylva, Tristan de, Tristano de]

Silva Leite, António da.

Silvani, Francesco [Valsini, Frencasco]

Silvani, Giuseppe Antonio

Silvani, Marino

Silver [Silva], Horace (Ward Martin Tabares)

Silver, John

Silver, Sheila (Jane)

Silverstein, Joseph

Silvester II.

Silvestre.

Silvestri, Constantin

Silvestris, Florido de [Sylvestris, Floridus de]

Silvestrino, Francesco [‘Chechin’]

Sil'vestrov, Valentyn Vasil'yovych

Silvia.

Silyanovsky, Trifon

Simaku, Thoma

Simandron.

Simándy, József

Šimbracký [Schimbracki, Schimrag, Schimrack, Schimrak], Ján [Johannes]

Simeonov, Konstantin Arsen'yevich

Similar motion.

Simile

Simile aria [metaphor aria].

Simionato, Giulietta

Simiot, Jacques François

Šimkus, Stasis

Simmes [Simms], William

Simmons, Calvin

Simmons, William Benjamin Dearborn

Simms, William.

Simon [Symon].

Simon, Abbey

Simon, Alicja [Alice]

Simon, Anton (Yul'yevich)

Simon, Artur

Simon, Geoffrey (Philip)

Simon, Johann Caspar

Simon, Lucy

Simon, P.

Simon, Paul

Simon, Pierre

Simon, Prosper-Charles

Simon, Simon

Simon, Stephen (Anthony)

Simon and Garfunkel.

Simon à Scto Bartholomaeo [Simon].

Simon d'Authie [Autie]

Simon de Insula.

Simon de Quercu.

Simoneau, Léopold

Simone di Ugolino de’ Prodenzani.

Simonelli, Matteo

Simonetti, Achille

Simonetti, Leonardo

Simonffy, Kálmán

Simoni, Gjon

Simonishvili, Varlam

Simon le Breton.

Simonov, Yury Ivanovich

Simons, Julie.

Simons, Netty

Simonsen, Rudolph (Hermann)

Simple interval.

Simple time.

Simplex

Simplification system.

Simpson, Adrienne (Marie)

Simpson [Sympson], Christopher

Simpson, John

Simpson, Robert (Wilfred Levick)

Simpson, Thomas

Simrock.

Sims, Ezra

Simsimiyya [semsemiyya, sumsumiyya].

Šín, Otakar

Sinatra, Frank [Francis Albert]

Sinclair, George Robertson

Sinclair, John

Sincopas.

Sindhèn.

Sinding, Christian (August)

Sinet.

Sinfonia (i)

Sinfonia (ii)

Sinfonia concertante.

Sinfonia da camera

Sinfonietta.

Singapore, Republic of.

Singende Säge

Singer, George

Singer, Malcolm (John)

Singer, Peter (Alcantara) [Josef Anton]

Singer-songwriter.

Singher, Martial (Jean-Paul)

Singhiozzando

Singier, Jean-Marc

Singing.

Singing arc.

Singing birds.

Singing in tongues.

Singing schools.

Single.

Singleton, Alvin (Elliot)

Singleton, Zutty [Arthur James]

Singoni, Giovanni Battista.

Singspiel

Sinigaglia, Leone

Sinisalo, Helmer-Rayner

Sink, Kuldar

Sink-a-pace.

Sinopoli, Giuseppe

Sinqua-pace

Sintetizzatore

Sinti music.

Siouxsie and the Banshees.

Sipilä, Eero (Aukusti)

Siqueira, José (de Lima)

Siren

Sirène, La.

Sirens

Siret, Nicolas

Sirmay, Albert.

Sirmen [Syrmen; née Lombardini], Maddalena [Madelena] Laura

Širola, Božidar

Siroli, Gregorio.

Sirota, Leo [Leiba] Gregorovich

Sirventes.

Sistema

Sistermans, Anton

Sistinus, Theodoricus.

Sistre

Sistro [timpano musicale]

Sistrum [crepitaculum, platagē]

Sitār

Sitkovetsky, Dmitry

Sitkovetsky, Yulian

Sitsky, Larry [Lazarus]

Sivec, Jože

Sivert, Paul.

Šivic, Pavel

Sivori, Camillo

Sivry, Charles de

Siwiński [Siewiński], Andrzej

Six, Les.

Six-four chord

Sixt, Johann [Giovanni] Abraham [August]

Sixta, Jozef

Sixte ajouté

Sixteen, The.

Sixteen foot.

Sixteenth-note.

Sixth

Sixth chord.

Sixth flute.

Sixty-fourth-note.

Sixt z Lerchenfelsu, Jan [Sixt von Lerchenfels, Johann]

Sjeallands Symfoniorkester.

Sjögren, (Johan Gustaf) Emil

Sjukur, Slamet Abdul

Ska [bluebeat].

Skaggs, Ricky (Lee)

Skalić, Pavao [Scalichius, Scalitz, Scala, Skala; Paulus]

Skalkottas, Nikos [Nikolaos]

Skalovski, Todor

Škampa Quartet.

Skelly, Joseph P(aul)

Skempton, Howard

Skēnē.

Škerjanc, Lucijan Marija

Škerl, Dane

Sketch

Skiffle.

Skillern, Thomas.

Skilton, Charles Sanford

Skinner, Ernest M(artin)

Skinner, Frank (Chester)

Skinner, James Scott

Skip.

Skizze

Skjavetić, Julije.

Sklavos, Georgios

Skočná

Sköld, (Karl) Yngve

Skolion

Skoryk [Skorik], Myroslav Mykhaylovych

Skovhus, Boje [Bo]

Skowroneck, Martin (Franz Hermann)

Skramstad, Hans

Škraup, Jan Nepomuk.

Skrebkov, Sergey Sergeyevich

Skriabin [Skrjabin], Alexander Nikolayevich.

Škroup, [Schkroup, Skraup], František Jan

Škroup [Škraup], Jan Nepomuk

Skrowaczewski, Stanisław

Skryabin [Scriabin], Aleksandr Nikolayevich

Skrypnyk, Oleksy [Aleksey Viktorovich]

Skrzypczak, Bettina

Skuherský, František Zdeněk (Xavier Alois)

Skulte, Ādolfs

Slack-key guitar.

Slade, Julian (Penkivil)

Slancio, con

Slaoui, Houcine [al-Husīn al-Slāwī]

Slap-bass [slap].

Slapstick.

Slargando.

Slatford, Rodney (Gerald Yorke)

Slatkin, Felix

Slatkin, Leonard (Edward)

Slatkonia, Georg

Slatyer, William

Slavenski [Stolzer, Štolcer, Štolcer-Slavenski], Josip

Slavický, Klement

Slavík, Josef

Slayer.

Šlechta, Milan

Sledge, Percy

Slegel [Schlegel].

Sleigh bells.

Slentando

Slezak, Leo

Slezské Národní Divadlo

Slide (i).

Slide (ii).

Slide (iii).

Slide (iv).

Slide (v).

Slider.

Slide trumpet

Slide whistle.

Slim, H(arry) Colin

Slingerland.

Slit-drum

Śliwiński, Jan

Śliwiński, Józef

Sloane, A(lfred) Baldwin

Slobin, Mark

Slobodskaya, Oda

Slonimsky, Nicolas

Slonimsky, Sergey Mikhaylovich

Slovakia.

Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra.

Slovenia

Slur [bind].

Sly and Robbie.

Sly and the Family Stone.

Smack.

Smallens, Alexander

Smalley, Denis (Arthur)

Smalley, (John) Roger

Small Faces, the.

Small-pipe.

Smareglia, Antonio

Smart.

Smbatian, Armen Bagrati

Smeaton, Bruce (James)

Smegergill, William.

Smelkov, Aleksandr Pavlovich

Smend, Friedrich

Smert, Richard

Smetáček, Václav

Smetana, Bedřich [Friedrich]

Smetana, Robert

Smetana Quartet.

Smetanin, Michael

Smeterlin, Jan

Smethergell, William

Smijers, Albert(us Antonius)

Smiley, Pril

Smircžeck, Josef Blažej.

Smirnov, Dmitry (Alekseyevich)

Smirnov, Dmitry Nikolayevich

Smirnov, Dmitry Valentinovich

Smirnov, Valery Vasil'yevich

Smit, Leo (i)

Smit, Leo (ii)

Smith [White; Meadows White], Alice Mary

Smith, Arthur Edward

Smith, Barbara B(arnard)

Smith, Bernard.

Smith, Bessie [Empress of the Blues]

Smith, Carleton Sprague

Smith, Cyril (James)

Smith, Dave [David]

Smith, David Stanley

Smith [Smyth], Edward

Smith, ‘Father’ (Bernard) [Schmidt, Bernhard]

Smith, Hale

Smith, Jennifer (Mary)

Smith, Jimmy [James Oscar]

Smith, John Christopher [Schmidt, Johann Christoph; Smith, John Christian]

Smith, John Stafford

Smith, [Vielehr] Julia (Frances)

Smith, Leland C(layton)

Smith, (Joseph) Leo [Leopold]

Smith [née Robinson], Mamie

Smith, N(athaniel) Clark

Smith, Patrick J(ohn)

Smith, Patti (Lee)

Smith, Pine Top [Clarence]

Smith, Robert (i)

Smith, Robert (iii)

Smith, Robert Archibald

Smith, Stuart Saunders

Smith, (Edward) Sydney

Smith, Theodore [Schmidt, Theodor]

Smith, William (i)

Smith, William (ii)

Smith, William C(harles)

Smith, William O(verton) [Bill]

Smith Brindle, Reginald

Smither, Howard E(lbert)

Smithers, Don (LeRoy)

Smiths, the.

Smits.

Smits van Waesberghe, Jos(eph Maria Antonius Franciscus)

Smoldon, W(illiam) L(awrence)

Smolensky, Stepan Vasil'yevich

Smolka, Jaroslav

Smolka, Martin

Smol'sky, Dzmitri Branislavavich

Smorzando

Smrček [Smircžeck, Smrschek, Smržek, Smrtžek], Jan Matěj [Blasius, Josef Blažej]

Smutný, Jiří

Smyth, Edward.

Smyth, Dame Ethel (Mary)

Smyth, Richard.

Snape Maltings.

Snare drum.

Snares

Snegassius, Cyriacus.

Snel, Joseph François

Snep, Johan [Sneppe, Jean]

Snetzler [Schnetzler], John [Johannes]

Snodham, Thomas

Snow, Moses

Snow, Valentine

Soares, Manuel

Soares Pereira, Marcos.

Soave

Sob.

Sobieska [née Pietruszyńska], Jadwiga

Sobieski, Marian (Bazyli)

Sobinov, Leonid Vital'yevich

Sobolewski, (Johann Friedrich) Eduard [Edward]

Soca.

SOCAN [Société Canadienne des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique].

Social history of music.

Socialist realism.

Società Italiana Autori ed Editori [SIAE].

Società Italiana di Musica Moderna.

Società Italiana di Musicologia.

Société Belge de Musicologie

Société Belge des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs [SABAM].

Société Canadienne des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique [SOCAN].

Société de Droit de Reproduction Mécanique [SDRM].

Société de Droits de Reproduction des Auteurs et Compositeurs [SODRAC].

Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique [SACEM].

Société des Concerts du Conservatoire.

Société des Jeunes Artistes du Conservatoire.

Société (des dîners) du Caveau.

Société Française de Musicologie.

Societé Godfroy fils et Lot.

Société Internationale de Musicologie

Société Internationale pour la Musique Contemporaine

Société Nationale de Musique.

Société Suisse de Musicologie.

Society for American Music.

Society for Ethnomusicology.

Society for Research in Asiatic Music

Society for the Promotion of New Music [SPNM].

Society for the Publication of American Music [SPAM].

Society Islands.

Society of British Composers.

Society of British Musicians.

Society of Composers.

Society of Musicians.

Society of St Gregory.

Society of Women Musicians.

Sociology of music.

Sock cymbals.

Socor, Matei

Soderini, Agostino

Søderlind, Ragnar

Söderman, (Johan) August

Söderström(-Olow), (Anna) Elisabeth

Sodi, Carmen Sordo.

Sodi [Sody], Charles [Carlo]

Sodi, Vincenzio

SODRAC [Société de Droits de Reproduction des Auteurs et Compositeurs].

Sodré, Joanídia (Núñez)

Soegijo, Paul Gutama

Soest, Johannes (Steinwert) von [Susato, Johannes de]

Sofia [Sofiya].

Sof-pasuq.

Sofronitsky, Vladimir (Vladimirovich)

Soft Machine.

Soft pedal.

Soft rock.

Soft shoe.

Soggetto

Soggetto cavato

Soghomonian, Soghomon.

Sogner, Pasquale

Sogner, Tommaso [Sonyer, Tomás]

Sografi, Simeone Antonio [Antonio Simeone]

Soh.

Sohal, Naresh (Kumar)

Sohier [Soyez, Soyé, Soyer], Charles-Joseph-Balthazar

Sohier, Jean.

Sohier [Sohi, Sohyer, Soyer], Mathieu

Sohier [Sohi], Valentin

Söhngen, Oskar

Sohren, Peter

Sohyer, Mathieu.

Soinu.

Sojka [Soicka, Soyka], Matěj [Matouš]

Sojo, Pedro.

Sojo, Vicente Emilio

Sokal's'ky, Petro Petrovych

Sokhor, Arnol'd Naumovich

Sokola, Miloš

Sokolov, Grigory

Sokolov, Ivan Glebovich

Sokolov, Nikolay Aleksandrovich

Sokolovsky, Mikhail Matveyevich

Sokołowski, Marek Konrad

Sol.

Sola, Andrés de

Solage

Solal, Martial

Solana, José

Solano, Francisco Ignacio

Solares, Enrique

Solbiati, Alessandro

Solberg, Leif

Soldanieri, Niccolò (di Neri de’)

Soldi, Luca Antonio

Soldier, Dave [Sulzer, David Louis]

Soleá.

Soler (Ramos), Antonio (Francisco Javier José)

Soler, Francisco

Soler, Vicente Martín y.

Solera, Temistocle

Soler Sardà, Josep

Solerti, Angelo

Solesmes.

Sol-fa [solfa].

Solfatio.

Solfeggio [solfège].

Solha [Solla], Francisco António

Soliani, Angelo

Solié [Solier, Sollié, Soulié, Soulier], Jean-Pierre

Solie, Ruth A(mes)

Söling, Josef Antonín.

Solino, Antonio

Soliva, Carlo Evasio

Sollberger, Harvey (Dene)

Sollertinsky, Ivan Ivanovich

Sollié, Jean-Pierre.

Söllner, Johann Gottlieb

Sollnitz, Anton Wilhelm.

Söllscher, Göran (Olof)

Solmization [solfatio, solmifatio].

Sölnerus, Johannes.

Solnitz [Solniz, Sollnitz], Anton Wilhelm

Solo

Solomon [Cutner, Solomon]

Solomon, Edward

Solomon, John

Solomon, Maynard (Elliott)

Solomon ben Judah Lunel [Solomon Vivas]

Solomon Islands.

Solomon Vivas.

Solo organ.

Solo sonata.

Solo stop.

Solov'yov, Nikolay Feopemptovich

Solov'yov-Sedoy, Vasily Pavlovich

Soltan, Wladzimir Yawhen'yevich

Solti [Stern], Sir Georg [György]

Sołtyk, Count Franciszek

Sołtyk, Count Karol

Sołtys, Mieczysław

Solum, John (Henry)

Somalia

Somers, Harry (Stuart)

Somervell, Sir Arthur

Somfai, László

Somi, Leone di [Leone Ebreo de].

Somiere

Somis, Giovanni Battista

Somis, Giovanni Lorenzo

Somma, Antonio

Sommeil

Sommer, Hans [Zincke, Hans Friedrich August]

Sommer, Johann

Sommer, Susan Thiemann

Sommer, Vladimír

Sommerfelt, Øistein

Sommerophone.

Sommi, Leone de' [Sommi Portaleone, Leone de; Somi, Leone di; Somi, Leone Ebreo de; Sommo, Yehuda]

Sommier (i)

Sommier (ii)

Sommo, Yehuda.

Somogi, Judith

Son

So-na.

Sonagli

Sonata

Sonata-allegro form.

Sonata da camera

Sonata da chiesa

Sonata form.

Sonatina

Son chapín.

Son coupé.

Son dessiné

Sondheim, Stephen (Joshua)

Sondheimer, Robert

Sone.

Soneto

Sonetto

Son filé

Song.

Song cycle.

Song form.

Songhai music.

Songmakers’ Almanac.

Songster (i).

Songster (ii).

Son guatemalteco

Song whistle.

Song without words

Songwriter.

Sonic art.

Sonic Youth.

Sonin, Aleh Barïsavich

Sonnailles

Sonneck, Oscar G(eorge) T(heodore)

Sonneck Society.

Sonnenburg, Friedrich von.

Sonnenfeld [Adolfson], Adolf Gustaw

Sonnerie (i)

Sonnerie (ii).

Sonnet.

Sonnette

Sønnichsen, Søren

Sonninen, Ahti

Sonnleithner [Sonnleitner].

Sonntag, Henriette.

Sono [sonus].

Sonoramente

Sonore.

Sons, Maurice [Mozes]

Sons naturels

Sons of the Clergy, Festival of the.

Sønstevold, Gunnar (Johannes)

Sønstevold, Maj

Sontag [Sonntag], Henriette (Gertrud Walpurgis)

Sony.

Sonyer, Tomás.

Sony’r Ra, Le.

Sonzogno.

Soot, Fritz [Friedrich] (Wilhelm)

Sopeña (Ibáñez), Federico

Sophie Elisabeth, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg

Sophocles [Sophoklēs]

Sopra

Soprano

Soproni, József

Sor [Sors], (Joseph) Fernando (Macari)

Sorabji, Kaikhosru Shapurji [Leon Dudley]

Sorbi.

Sordina [sordino]

Sordino (i)

Sordino (ii)

Sordo Sodi, (María del) Carmen

Sordun

Sore, Martin.

Sørensen, Bent

Sørensen, Søren

Soresina, Benedetta.

Sorge, Georg Andreas

Sorgo, Antonio.

Sorgo, Luca.

Soriano, Alberto

Soriano [Suriano, Suriani, Surianus], Francesco

Soriano Fuertes (y Piqueras), Mariano

Sorkočević, Antun [Sorgo, Antonio]

Sorkočević, Luka [Sorgo, Luca]

Sornā.

Soro (Barriga), Enrique

Sorosina [Soresina], Benedetta

Sorozábal (Mariezcurrena), Pablo

Sors, Fernando.

Sorte, Bartolomeo

Sortes [Sortis].

Sortisatio

Sosa, Mercedes

Sosaya (Wekselman), José (Roberto)

Sospiro

Sostenente [sostinente] piano.

Sostenido

Sostenuto

Sostenuto pedal.

Sostinente piano.

Sotin, Hans

Soto de Langa, Francisco

Sotto

Soubasse

Soubies, Albert

Soubre, Etienne-Joseph

Soubrette

Souesby.

Souez [née Rains], Ina

Souffleur

Souffriau, Arsène

Souhaitty, Jean-Jacques

Soukous.

Soulié [Soulier], Jean-Pierre.

Souliotis, Elena

Soul jazz [funky jazz, funk].

Soul music.

Soul II Soul.

Sound.

Sound archives.

Soundboard (i)

Soundboard (ii).

Sound effects.

Soundhole

Soundpost

Sound sculpture.

Soundtable.

Soupir

Sources, MS.

Sources of instrumental ensemble music to 1630.

Sources of keyboard music to 1660.

Sources of lute music.

Sourdéac, Marquis de [Rieux, Alexandre de]

Sourdine (i)

Sourdine (ii)

Sourdine (iii)

Šourek, Otakar

Souresby, John.

Souris, André

Soursby [Saursbi, Sorbi]

Sousa, Filipe de

Sousa, John Philip

Sousa, Lourenço da Conceição de.

Sousa Carvalho, João de.

Sousa Dias (de Macedo), António de

Sousaphone.

Sousedská

Souster, Tim(othy Andrew James)

Souterliedekens

South Africa, Republic of.

South African Gospel.

South African jazz.

South African Music Rights Organisation [SAMRO].

Southam, Ann

South America.

South Asia.

South Bank Centre.

South-east Asia.

Southern, Eileen

Southern California, University of, School of Music.

Southern Cathedrals Festival.

Southern Music Publishing.

Southgate, Sir William (David)

South Place Concerts Society.

Southwell, William

Sousa, Lourenço de.

Souza, Rodolfo Coelho de

Souza Lima, João de

Souzay (Tisserand), Gérard (Marcel)

Soveral, Isabel (Maria Machado Abranches de)

Sowande, Fela

Sowerby, Leo

Sowiński, Wojciech [Albert]

Soyé [Soyer], Charles-Joseph-Balthazar.

Soyer, Mathieu.

Soyka, Matěj.

SOZA [Slovensky Ochranny Zvaz Autorsky].

SPA [Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores].

Spacing.

Spada, Vincenzo

Spadario, Giovanni.

Spagna.

Spagna, Arcangelo

Spagnoletta [spagnoletto]

Spagnoletti [della Diana], Paolo (Ludovico)

Spagnoletto, Lo.

Spahlinger, Mathias

Spain

Spalato

Spalding, Albert

Spalenza, Hortensio.

Spalenza, Pietr’Antonio

SPAM.

Spangenberg.

Spangler.

Spani, Hina [Tuñón, Higinia]

Spanish pavan.

Spanke, Hans

Spano, Donato Antonio

Spañon, Alonso

Sparacciari, Giovanni Giorgio

Spark, William

Sparks.

Sparks, Edgar H(erndon)

Sparry, Franz

Spasm band.

Spasov, Bozhidar [Bojidar]

Spasov, Ivan

Spătărelu, Vasile

Spataro [Spadario], Giovanni [Spatarius, Joannes]

Späth.

Späth, Franz Jakob

Spazier, Johann Gottlieb Karl

Speach, Bernadette

Speaker key [register key].

Speaking length.

Speaking stop.

Speaks, Oley

Spech, János

Specht, Richard

Spechtshart, Hugo [Hugo of Reutlingen]

Specials [Special AKA], the

Specialty.

Species counterpoint.

Specification.

Spector, Phil(ip Harvey)

Spectral music

Speculum Musicae.

Spee, Friedrich [Fridericus] von (Langenfeld) [Incertus Theologus Orthodoxus, Incertus Theologus Romanus]

Speed metal.

Speer, Daniel

Spehr, Johann Peter

Speier, Wilhelm.

Speight, John A(nthony)

Spelman, Timothy (Mather)

Spencer, Robert

Spendiaryan [Spendiarov], Aleksandr Afanasy

Spener, Philipp Jakob

Speranza, Alessandro

Speranza, Giovanni Antonio

Speratus [Spreth], Paul

Sperger, Johannes (?Matthias)

Sperling, Johann Peter Gabriel

Sperontes [Scholze, Johann Sigismund]

Sperrventil

Spervogel

Speth, Johannes

Spetrino, Francesco

Speuy, Henderick [Hendrick, Hendrik] (Joostzoon) [Joosten]

Speyer, Eduard.

Speyer [Speier], Wilhelm

Sphärophon.

Spialek, Hans

Spianato

Spiccato

Spiegando

Spiegel, Laurie

Spiegler, Matthias

Spielart

Spieldose

Spiele

Spieloper

Spies, Claudio

Spies, Leo

Spiess, Lincoln Bunce

Spiess, Meinrad [Matthäus]

Spiessgeige

Spighi, Bartolomeo

Spike fiddle

Spike harp.

Spike lute.

Špiler, Miroslav

Spillflöte

Spina, Carl Anton.

Spinacino, Francesco

Spinazzari, Alessandro

Spindler, Franz Stanislaus [Franz (Sales); Franz Xaver (Stanislaus); Stanislaus; Stanislaus Franz (Xaver)] [Meister]

Spinelli, Nicola

Spinet

Spinett (i).

Spinett (ii)

Spinetta (i) [spinetto]

Spinetta (ii)

Spinettone

Spingere

Spink, Ian (Walter Alfred)

Spinner, Leopold Israel

Spinto

Spiridion [Pater a Monte Carmelo; Nenning, Johann]

Spirito da Reggio.

Spiritoso

Spiritual.

Spirituellement.

Spisak, Michał

Spitta, (Julius August) Philipp

Spitzflöte

Spitzharfe

Spitzmüller(-Harmersbach), Alexander , Freiherr von

Spivacke, Harold

Spivakov, Vladimir

Spivey, Victoria

Split

Split key.

Split sharp.

SPNM.

Spoerri, Bruno

Spofforth, Reginald

Spohr, Louis [Ludewig, Ludwig]

Spoleto.

Spoliansky, Mischa

Sponga [Spongia], Francesco.

Sponga, Gabriele.

Spongopoeus [Spongopaeus] Gistebnicenus [Gistebnicensis], Paulus [Pavel]

Sponheuer, Bernd

Sponsel, Johann Ulrich

Spontini, Gaspare (Luigi Pacifico)

Spontone, Alessandro

Spontone, Bartolomeo

Spontoni, Ludovico

Sponza, Francesco.

Sponza, Gabriele.

Spoof articles.

Sporck, Count Franz Anton

Sporer [Sporrer, Spohrer], Thomas

Sportonio, Marc’Antonio [‘Il Bolognese’]

Spratlan, Lewis

Sprechgesang

Sprechstimme.

Sprenger, Eugen

Sprezzatura.

Springar [springdans, springleik, pols, polsdans, polsk].

Springbogen

Springdans.

Springer (i)

Springer (ii)

Springfield, Dusty [O'Brien, Mary Isabel Catherine Bernadette]

Springleik.

Spring Opera.

Springsteen, Bruce (Frederick Joseph)

Spruch.

Spruchmotette.

Sprung

Squarcialupi, Antonio [Antonio degli Organi, Antonio di Bartolomeo, Antonio del Bessa]

Squarcialupi Codex

Square [swarenote, sqwarenote].

Square-dance.

Square pianoforte

Squeezebox.

Squillante

Squire, W(illiam) H(enry)

Squire, William Barclay

Sqwarenote.

Srayffaiff.

Srb [Debrnov, Srb-Debrnov], Josef

Srebotnjak, Alojz

Sri Lanka, Democratic Socialist Republic of [formerly Ceylon] (Sinh. Sri Lanka Prajathanthrika Samajavadi Janarajaya).

Srnka, Jiří

Šrom, Karel

Śruti

Ssugh.

St

Staar, René

Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung.

Stabat mater dolorosa

Stabile, Annibale

Stabile, Mariano

Stabile, Pompeo

Stabingher [Stabinger, Staubingher], Mattia [Mathias]

Stäblein, Bruno

Stäbler, Gerhard

Stabreim

Staccato

Stachel

Stachowicz, Damian [Damianus a SS Trinitate]

Stachowski, Marek

Stacy, Thomas

Stade, Frederica von.

Stadelmayer [Stadelmaier, Stadelmeyer], Johann.

Staden, Adam.

Staden, Johann

Staden, Sigmund Theophil [Gottlieb]

Stader, Maria

Stadlen, Peter

Stadler, Anton (Paul)

Stadler, Johann Wilhelm

Stadler, Abbé Maximilian [Johann Karl Dominik]

Stadlmayr [Stadlmair, Stadelmaier, Stadelmayer, Stadelmeyer], Johann

Stadtfeld, (Christian Josef Anton Franz) Alexander

Stadtpfeifer

Staehelin, Martin

Staempfli, Edward

Staes, Ferdinand(-Philippe-Joseph)

Staff [stave]

Staffa

Staffa, Giuseppe, Baron

Staffani, Agostino.

Staggins, Nicholas

Stagno, Roberto [Andrioli, Vincenzo]

Stahel [Stahl], Johann

Stählin, Jacob von

Stahlspiel (i)

Stahlspiel (ii)

Stahmer, Klaus Hinrich

Staier, Andreas

Staimitz.

Stainer, Jacob [Jakob]

Stainer, Sir John

Stainer, Markus.

Stainer & Bell.

Staingaden, Constantin.

Stalder, Hans Rudolf

Stalder, Joseph Franz Xaver Dominik

Stamaty, Camille (Marie)

Stamegna [Stamigna], Nicolò [Nicolaus]

Stamic Quartet.

Stamitz [Stamic].

Stampiglia, Silvio

Stamps, V(irgil) O(liver)

Stamps-Baxter Music Company.

Stancheva-Brashovanova, Lada.

Stanchinsky, Aleksey Vladimirovich

Standage, Simon (Andrew Thomas)

Ständchen

Standford, Patric [Gledhill, John Patrick Standford]

Standfuss, J(?ohann) C.

Standing, Francis.

Standish, Orlando [Rowland] [Stephenson, Rowland].

Standley [Standly, Sandley]

Stand-up bass.

Stane.

Stanesby.

Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers

Stanford University.

Stanislav, Josef

Stanislavsky [Alekseyev], Konstantin Sergeyevich

Stanković, Kornelije

Stankovych, Yevhen Fedorovych

Stanley, John

Stannar, William.

Stansby, William

Stantipes

Stappen, Crispin [Crispiaenen, Crispijne] van [van der, de]

Stara Zagora.

Starck, Ingeborg.

Stardust, Ziggy.

Stárek, Jíří

Starer, Robert

Staricius, Johann [Johannes]

Stark.

Stark, John (Stillwell)

Starker, Janos

Starobin, David

Starokadomsky, Mikhail Leonidovich

Starowolski [Starovolscius], Szymon

Starr, Daniel Victor

Starting transient.

Starý, Emanuel

Starzer, Joseph (Johann Michael)

Stasov, Vladimir Vasil'yevich

Št’astný [Stiasny, Stiastny], Bernard (Václav)

Št'astný, (František) Jan [Johann]

Št’astný-Pokorný, Jaroslav.

Statham, Heathcote D(icken)

Statham, H(enry) Heathcote

Statkowski, Roman

Staubinger, Mathias.

Staudigl, Joseph (i)

Staudigl, Joseph (ii)

Staudt, Johann Bernhard

Stave.

Stavenhagen, Bernhard

Stax.

Staynov, Petko

Stea, Vicente

Steam organ.

Steane, J(ohn) B(arry)

Stebbins, George C(oles)

Steber, Eleanor

Stecker, Karel

Steckler, Anne-Marie.

Štědroň.

Steel.

Steel, (Charles) Christopher

Steeland [Stielant, Stienllant, Sieland, Stellant, Estelant], Josse [Josquin] van

Steel band.

Steel drum

Steele, (Hubert) John

Steele, Joshua

Steele, Tommy [Hicks, Thomas]

Steele-Perkins, Crispian

Steeleye Span.

Steel guitar.

Steely Dan.

Steenbergen, Jan

Steenwick, Gisbert [Gijsbert] (van)

Steere [Steer], John Wesley

STEF [Samband Tonskalda og Eigenda Flutningsretter].

Stefan [Stefan-Grünfeldt], Paul

Stefani, Agostino.

Stefani, Andrea

Stefani, Giovanni

Stefani, Jan

Stefani, Józef

Stefanini, Giovanni Battista

Stefanis, Gaetano de

Stefano, Giuseppe di.

Stefano di Cino.

Stefanović, Dimitrije

Stefanović, Ivana

Stefánsson, Fjölnir

Stefan the Serb

Steffan, Joseph Anton.

Steffani [Staffani, Stefani, Stephani], Agostino

Steffani, Giuseppe Antonio.

Steffen, Wolfgang

Steffens [Stephan, Stephani], Johann [Johannes]

Steffkin [Steffkins, Stefkins, Steiffkin, Stephkins], Theodore [Dietrich] [Stoeffken, Ditrich]

Steg

Stegereif

Steggall, Charles

Steglich, Rudolf

Stegmann, Carl David

Stegmayer, Matthäus

Stehle, Adelina

Stehle, Johann Gustav Eduard

Stehman, Jacques

Steibelt, Daniel (Gottlieb)

Steier, Sylvester

Steiffkin, Theodore [Dietrich].

Steiger, Rand

Steigleder.

Stein, Erwin

Stein, Fritz (Friedrich Wilhelm)

Stein, Gertrude

Stein, Horst

Stein, Johann (Georg) Andreas

Stein, Leon

Stein, Leonard

Stein, Nikolaus

Stein, Richard Heinrich

Steinbach, Emil

Steinbach, Fritz

Steinbacher, Johann Michael

Steinbeck, Wolfram

Steinberg [Shteynberg], Maximilian Oseyevich

Steinberg, (Carl) Michael (Alfred)

Steinberg, Pinchas

Steinberg, William [Hans Wilhelm]

Steinberg, Zeev (Wolfgang)

Steinberger, Gábor.

Steinecke, Wolfgang

Steiner, Emma Roberto

Steiner, Gitta (Hana)

Steiner, Johann Ludwig

Steiner, Max(imilian Raoul Walter)

Steiner [née Piette], Ruth

Steiner, Sigmund Anton.

Steinert, Moritz [Morris]

Steingaden [Staingaden], Constantin

Steingräber, Theodor Leberecht

Steingraeber & Söhne.

Steinitz, (Charles) Paul (Joseph)

Steinkopf, Otto

Steinmetz.

Steinmetz, Johann Erhard

Steinmeyer, G.F.

Steinmez.

Steinpress [Shteynpress], Boris Solomonovich

Steinspiel

Steinway.

Steinway Hall (i).

Steinway Hall (ii).

Steinweg, C(arl) F(reidrich) Theodor [Steinway, Theodore]

Steinweg, Heinrich Engelhard

Stella, Alfred.

Stella, Scipione [Don Pietro Paolo]

Stellfeld, Jean-Auguste

Stellovsky, Fyodor Timofeyevich

Stellvertreter

Stellwagen.

Stemmelius [Stemmele], Gregor

Stempelflöte

STEMRA [Stichting tot Exploitatie van Mechanisch Reproductie Rechten der Auteurs].

Stenborg, Carl

Stendhal [Beyle, Henri-Marie]

Stengel, Georg [Jörg]

Stenger, Nicolaus [Nikolaus]

Stenhammar, (Karl) Wilhelm (Eugen)

Stenhouse, William

Stenings.

Stentato [stentando]

Stenton, Paul.

Stentorphone.

Stentzsch, Rosine.

Stenzl, Jürg (Thomas)

Step

Štěpán, Josef Antonín [Steffan/Stephan, Joseph Anton; Steffani/Stephani, Giuseppe Antonio]

Štěpán, Pavel

Štěpán, Václav

Step‘anian, Haro Levoni

Stepanova, Yelena Andreyevna

Stephan, Clemens.

Stephan, Josef Anton.

Stephan, Rudi

Stephan, (Gustav-Adolf Carl) Rudolf

Stephănescu, George

Stephani, Agostino.

Stephani [Stephan, Stephanus], Clemens

Stephani, Johann.

Stephanie, (Johann) Gottlieb

Stephanus, Clemens.

Stephen [Stephens; Jones], Edward [Tanymarian]

Stephen of Liège

Stephens, Catherine

Stephens, Edward.

Stephens, John

Stephenson, Edward

Stephenson, Kurt

Stephkins, Theodore [Dietrich].

Stepovy (Akimenko), Yakiv Stepanovych

Steptoe, Roger (Guy)

Stepwise.

Sterbini, Cesare

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver

Stern (i).

Stern (ii)

Stern, Isaac

Stern, Julius

Stern, Leo(pold Lawrence)

Sternberg, Erich Walter

Sternberg, Jonathan

Sterndale Bennett, William.

Sternefeld, Daniel

Sternfeld, F(rederick) W(illiam)

Stertzing [Sterzing, Stürtzing, Stirzgen].

Stesichorus

Stęszewski, Jan (Maria)

Stetsenko, Kirill Grigor'yevich

Stettin

Steuccius [Steucke], Heinrich

Steude, Wolfram

Steuerlein [Steurlein, Steurlin], Johann [Johannes]

Steuermann, Edward [Eduard]

Stevens, Bernard (George)

Stevens, Denis (William)

Stevens, George

Stevens, Halsey

Stevens, John (Edgar)

Stevens, Leith

Stevens, Richard John Samuel

Stevens [Steenberg], Risë

Stevens, Wallace

Stevenson, Sir John (Andrew)

Stevenson, Robert

Stevenson, Robert M(urrell)

Stevenson, Ronald

Stevin, Simon

Stewart, Belle [née McGregor]

Stewart, James

Stewart, Nellie [Eleanor Towzey]

Stewart, Rex (William)

Stewart, Sir Robert (Prescott)

Stewart, S(amuel) S(wain)

Stewart, Thomas (James)

Sthoken, Johannes de.

Stiasny [Stiastny].

Stibilj, Milan

Sticcado-pastrole.

Stich, Johann Wenzel.

Stichērarion

Stichēron

Stich-Randall, Teresa

Stichting tot Exploitatie van Mechanisch Reproductie Rechten der Auteurs [STEMRA].

Stick.

Stick bass.

Sticker.

Stickl, Franz

Stiebler, Ernstalbrecht

Stiedry, Fritz

Stiehl, Carl [Karl] (Johann Christian)

Stiehl, Heinrich (Franz Daniel)

Stieler, Caspar von

Stierhorn

Stierlein [Stierlin], Johann Christoph

Stierlein, Philipp David.

Stierlin, Johann Christoph.

Stiévenard, Alexandre

Stignani, Ebe

Stile

Stile antico

Stile concertato

Stile concitato

Stile moderno

Stile rappresentativo

Still, William Grant

Stiller, Andrew (Philip)

Stillingfleet, Benjamin

Still shawm.

STIM [Foreningen Svenska Tonsåttares Internationella Musikbyra].

Stimmbogen

Stimmbücher

Stimme

Stimmer

Stimmführung

Stimmgabel

Stimmgabelwerk

Stimmkreuzung [Stimmenkreuzung]

Stimmpfeife

Stimmstock (i)

Stimmstock (ii)

Stimmtausch

Stimmung

Stimmwirbeln

Stimmzug

Stinfalico, Eterio.

Sting (i).

Sting (ii).

Stipčević, Ennio

Stirling, Elizabeth

Stirte, John.

Stirzgen.

Stiva.

Stivori [Stivorio], Francesco

Stobaeus [Stobäus, Stobeus, Stoboeus], Johann [Johannes]

Stoccato.

Stoccken, Johannes de.

Stochastic.

Stochem, Johannes de.

Stöchs, Georg.

Stöchs [Stuchs], Johann

Stock, Aitken and Waterman.

Stock, Frederick [Friedrich August]

Stock-and-horn.

Stockem, Johannes de.

Stocker, Caspar.

Stocker [née Prince], Stella

Stockhausen.

Stockhausen, Karlheinz

Stockhausen, Markus

Stockholm.

Stockmann, Bartholomaeus

Stockmann, (Christine) Doris

Stockmann, Erich

Stockmeier, Wolfgang

Stodart.

Stoecken, Johannes de.

Stoeckl, Boniface [Johann Evangelist]

Stoeffken, Ditrich.

Stoelzel, Heinrich David.

Stoessel, Albert (Frederic)

Stoia, Achim

Stoianova [Stoyanova], Ivanka

Stoin, Vasil

Stoin, Yelena

Stojanović, Petar

Stojowski, Zygmunt [Sigismond] (Denis Antoni)

Stokem [Prato, Pratis, Stockem, Stokhem, Stoken, Stoccken, Stoecken, Sthoken], Johannes de

Stoke-on-Trent.

Stoker, Richard

Stokowski, Leopold (Anthony)

Štolcer [Štolcer-Slavenski], Josip.

Stoll, Klaus

Stolle, der junge.

Stolle, Johann

Stolle, Philipp

Stoll Theatre.

Stoloff, Morris

Stolpe, Antoni

Stoltz, Rosine [Noël, Victoire]

Stöltzel, Gottfried Heinrich.

Stoltzenberg [Stolzenberg, Stolzenberger], Christoph

Stoltzer [Stolczer, Scholczer], Thomas

Stoltzman, Richard (Leslie)

Stolyarsky, Pyotr Solomonovich

Stolz, Robert (Elisabeth)

Stolz [Stolzová], Teresa [Teresina, Terezie]

Stolze, Gerhard

Stölzel [Stöltzel, Stözl], Gottfried Heinrich

Stölzel [Stoelzel], Heinrich David

Stolzenberg [Stolzenberger], Christoph.

Stolzer, Josip.

Stolzová, Teresa.

Stomius [Mulinus, Muling], Johannes

Stonard [Stoner, Stonerd, Stonnard], William

Stone [Stane, Stoue]

Stone, Carl (Joseph)

Stone, John.

Stone, Joseph

Stone, Kurt

Stone, Lew [Louis]

Stone, Robert

Stone, William Henry

Stoner [Stonerd], William.

Stone Roses, the.

Stoning [Stoninge, Stonynge, Stoninges], Henry

Stonnard, William.

Stop.

Stop-list.

Stopped Diapason.

Stopped flute ensemble.

Stopped notes (i).

Stopped notes (ii).

Stopped pipe.

Stopping (i).

Stopping (ii).

Stop-time.

Stoquerus, Gaspar

Storace, Bernardo

Storace, Nancy [Ann Selina; Anna]

Storace, Stephen (John Seymour)

Storaket.

Storchio, Rosina [Rosa]

Storck, Karl G(ustav) L(udwig) [Murbach, Hans]

Storioni, Lorenzo

Störl, Johann Georg Christian

Storto

Stossmechanik

Stothart, Herbert (Pope)

Stotijn, (Jacob) Haakon

Stotijn, Jaap

Stott, Kathryn

Stott, Wally [Walter].

Stoudios [Stoudion, Stoudiou, Studios].

Stoue.

Stourton.

Stout, Alan B(urrage)

Stöwe, Charlotte Wilhelmine Caroline.

Stoyanov, Pencho (Tsvetanov)

Stoyanov(-Ivanov), Stoyan

Stoyanov, Veselin

Stoyanova, Ivanka.

Stözl, Gottfried Heinrich.

Stracciari, Riccardo

Strada, Giovanni Battista.

Strada del Pò, Anna Maria

Stradella, Alessandro

Stradivari.

Stradling, Rod

Straesser, Joep

Straeten, Edmond vander.

Straeten, Edmund S(ebastian) J(oseph) van der

Straight, Thomas.

Stråkharpa.

Strakosch, Maurice

Straková [née Švehlíková], Theodora

Strambotto

Strand.

Strang, Gerald

Strange, (John) Allen

Strange, Le.

Stranglers, the.

Strangways, A.H. Fox.

Stransky, Josef

Stranz, Ulrich

Strappato

Strasbourg

Strasbourg Manuscript

Strascinando

Strascino

Strassburg.

Strasser-Marigaux.

Strata [Strada], Giovanni Battista

Stratas, Teresa [Strataki, Anastasia]

Strategier, Herman

Stratford, William [William, monk of Stratford]

Strathspey.

Stratico, (Giuseppe) Michele

Strattner, Georg Christoph

Stratton, George (Robert)

Stratton, John F(ranklin)

Stratus

Straube, Karl (Montgomery Rufus Siegfried)

Straube, Rudolf

Straus, Christoph

Straus, Oscar

Strauss.

Strauss, Isaac

Strauss, Richard (Georg)

Stravaganza

Stravinsky, Fyodor Ignat'yevich

Stravinsky, Igor (Fyodorovich)

Strayhorn, Billy [William; Swee' Pea]

Straziante

Streatfeild, Richard Alexander

Street, Tison

Street cries.

Street organ.

Street piano.

Strehler, Giorgio

Streich

Streich, Rita

Streichbogen

Streicher.

Streicher, Ludwig

Streicher, Theodor

Streichharmonium

Streichquartett

Streisand, Barbra (Joan)

Streit

Streit, Kurt (Martin)

Streitwolf, (Johann Heinrich) Gottlieb

Strene.

Strenger Satz

Strengthfeild, Thomas

Strepitoso

Strepponi, Giuseppina [Clelia Maria Josepha]

Stretto (i)

Stretto (ii) [stretta]

Stretton, Thomas

Stricciate

Striccius, Wolfgang

Strich

Stricker, Augustin Reinhard

Strickland [Anderson], Lily (Theresa)

Strict counterpoint

Stride.

Striegler, Kurt

Striggio [Strigi, Strigia], Alessandro (i)

Striggio, Alessandro [Alessandrino] (ii)

Strinasacchi [Strina Sacchi], Regina

Strindberg, (Johan) August

Strindberg, Henrik

String

Stringari, Antonio [Patavinus, Antonius Stringarius]

String bass.

String drum [lion's roar]

Stringendo

String quartet

String quintet.

String trio.

Strisciando

Stritch, Elaine

Strmčnik, Maks

Strmić [Stermich di Valcrociata], Nikola

Strobel, Heinrich

Strobel, Otto

Strobel, Valentin [Valten, Walten] (i)

Strobel, Valentin (ii)

Strobl, Rudolf

Stroe, Aurel

Strogers [Strowger, Strowgers], Nicholas

Strohfiedel.

Strohm, Reinhard

Stroh violin.

Stroke (i).

Stroke (ii).

Stroke (iii).

Stromentato

Stromento

Strong, George Templeton (i)

Strong, George Templeton (ii)

Strophic.

Strophicus.

Strophic variations.

Stroppa, Marco

Strouse, Charles (Louis)

Strowger, E.

Strowger [Strowgers], Nicholas.

Strozzi, Barbara [Valle, Barbara]

Strozzi, Giulio [Zorzisto, Luigi]

Strozzi, Gregorio

Strozzi, Piero

Strube, Gustav

Struck, Paul (Friedrich)

Struckmann, Falk

Structuralism, post-structuralism.

Structural level.

Strumentato.

Strumentini

Strumento [istrumento, stromento]

Strungk [Strunck], Delphin

Strungk, Nicolaus Adam

Strunk, (William) Oliver

Strutt, John William.

Strutz [Strutius], Thomas

Strzeskowsky Lutebook.

Stuart, Leslie [Barrett, Thomas Augustine]

Stuart-Coolidge [Coolidge; Stuart], Peggy

Stubbs, Simon

Stuber [Stuberus, Stueber], Conrad

Stuchs [Stüchs, Stöchs], Georg

Stuchs [Stüchs], Johann

Stück

Stuck [Stück], Jean-Baptiste [‘M. Baptiste’, Baptistin, Batistin]

Stucken, Frank (Valentine) van der

Stuckenschmidt, Hans Heinz

Stucki, Hans [Johannes].

Stucky, Steven (Edward)

Studer, Cheryl

Studio der frühen Musik [Early Music Quartet].

Studios.

Studley Royal Fragments.

Study

Study score.

Studzińska-Marczewska, Wiktoria.

Studziński.

Stueber, Conrad.

Stufe

Štuhec, Igor

Stumm.

Stump.

Stumpf, (Friedrich) Carl

Stumpf, Johann Christian

Stumpff, Carolus

Stuntz, Joseph Hartmann

Stupan von Ehrenstein, Johann Jakob

Stupel, Petar

Stuppner, Hubert

Sturgeon, N. [?Nicholas]

Sturges.

Sturm, Kaspar

Stürmer, Bruno

Sturmer, Leonardo.

Sturmmarsch

Sturm und Drang

Sturt [Sterte, Stirte], John

Sturton [Stourton]

Stürtzing.

Stutschewsky, Joachim [Yehoyachin]

Stuttgart.

Stutzmann, Natalie

Style.

Style brisé

Style galant

Style hongrois

Style luthé.

Styne, Jule [Stein, Julius Kerwin]

Suabe Flöte

Suard, Jean Baptiste Antoine

Suavial.

Sub-Bass

Subbulakshmi, M(adurai) S(hanmukhavadivu)

Subdominant.

Subdupla

Subfinal

Subirá (Puig), José

Subito

Subject.

Subject group.

Submediant.

Subono, Blacius

Subotnick, Morton

Subotnik, Rose Rosengard

Subsemitonium (modi)

Subsesquialtera

Subsesquitertia

Substitute chord

Subtonic.

Subtonium

Subtripla

Succentor.

Sucher, Josef

Sucher [née Hasselbeck], Rosa

Suchoň, Eugen

Suchý, František

S Uciredor.

Suck, Charles J.

Su Cong

Süda, Peeter

Suda, Stanislav

Sudan, Republic of (Arab. Jamhuryat es-Sudan).

Suder, Joseph

Suderburg, Robert

Sudharnoto

Sudre, Jean-François

Sudrophone.

Südwestfunk [SWF].

Suede.

Suesse, (Nadine) Dana

Suevi, Felician.

Suffrages.

Sufi music.

Suga, Michio.

Sugár, Miklós

Sugár, Rezső

Suggia, Guilhermina

Suh, Kyungsun

Suhl, Johann Matthias

Suilamo, Harri

SUISA

Suisse.

Suisse Romande, Orchestre de la.

Suite.

Suitner, Otmar

Suivez

Suk, Josef (i)

Suk, Josef (ii)

Suk, Václav [Váša; Vyacheslav Ivanovich]

Sukowaty, Wenzel

Sukri, Uking

Šulek, Stjepan

Suling [seruling].

Sulkhanishvili, Niko

Sullam, Sara.

Sulla tastiera

Sullivan, Sir Arthur (Seymour)

Sullivan, Daniel

Sullivan, Marion Dix

Sullivan, Timothy (Richard)

Sully, James

Sul ponticello

Sul tasto [sulla tastiera]

Sultzberger, Johann Ulrich

Sulzer, Johann Anton

Sulzer, Johann Georg

Sulzer, Salomon

Sumac, Yma [Chavarri, Emperatriz]

Sumarsam

Sumatra.

Sumaya, Manuel de.

Sumera, Lepo

Sumeria.

Sumer is icumen in.

Sumikura, Ichirō

Summer, Donna [Gaines, La Donna Andrea]

Summonte, Antonio

Summy-Birchard.

Sumner, William Leslie

Sumponyah.

Sumsion, Herbert (Whitton)

Sun.

Sunandar [Sunarya], Asep

Sunday school hymnody.

Sundberg, Johan (Emil Fredrik)

Suneburg [Sunnenburg], Friedrich von.

Suñol (y Baulenas), Gregorio Maria

Sun Ra [Blount, Herman ‘Sonny’; Bourke, Sonny; Le Sony’r Ra]

Sun Yude

Suona.

Suono di bottiglia

Suono disegnato

Supanggah, Rahayu

Superius

Superoctave

Superposition.

Supertonic.

Supervia [Supervía], Conchita

Supičić, Ivan [Ivo]

Suppan, Jakob.

Suppan, Wolfgang

Suppé [Suppè], Franz (von) [Francesco Ezechiele Ermenegildo Cavaliere Suppé Demelli]

Supposition.

Suprana, Jaya

Supraphon.

Supremes, the.

Supries, Joseph

Sūrbahār.

Surbē [turbē].

Suriani [Suriano, Surianus], Francesco.

Surinach, Carlos

Suriname, Republic of [Surinam].

Surman, John (Douglas)

Surnāy [sornā, surla, surle, sūrnā, surnāī, surnāy, zournas, zukra, zurla, zurna, zūrnā].

Suroto [Soeroto], Ki Anom

Surrey Chapel.

Surzyński.

Susa, Conrad (Stephen)

Susato, Johannes de.

Susato, Tylman [Tielman]

Susay [Suzoy], Jo(hannes)

Sušil, František

Suslin, Viktor Yevseyevich

Suspended action

Suspension

Susskind, (Jan) Walter

Süssmayr [Süssmayer], Franz Xaver [Dolcevillico, Francesco Saverio]

Sustaining pedal [damper pedal, loud pedal, open pedal].

Sutanto

Suter, Hermann

Suter, Robert

Sutermeister, Heinrich

Suthaus, (Heinrich) Ludwig

Sutherland, Dame Joan

Sutherland, Margaret (Ada)

Sutton, John

Sutton, R. Anderson

Suvenor.

Suvini Zerboni.

Suwardi [Soewardi], Al(oysius)

Suyoto, Haryo ‘Yose’

Suys, Hans.

Suzoy, Johannes.

Suzuki, Masaaki

Suzuki, Shin'ichi

Svanholm, Set (Karl Viktor)

Svanidze, Natela

Švara, Danilo

Svéd, Sándor [Sved, Alexander]

Svedbom, (Per Jonas Fredrik) Vilhelm

Sveinbjörnsson, Sveinbjörn

Sveinsson, Atli Heimir

Sveinsson, Gunnar Reynir

Svendén, Birgitta

Svendsen, Johan (Severin)

Svenska Samfundet för Musikforskning [Swedish Society for Musicology].

Sverdlovsk.

Sverige

Svete, Tomaž

Svetlanov, Yevgeny (Fyodorovich)

Sviridov, Georgy Vasil'yevich

Svoboda, Josef

Svoboda, Tomas

Swabridge, Thomas.

Swados, Elizabeth [Liz]

Swain, Freda (Mary)

Swan, Alfred J(ulius)

Swan, Marcus Lafayette

Swan, Timothy

Swan, W.H.

Swanee whistle [swannee whistle, slide whistle, song whistle, piston flute, jazz flute, lotus flute, piston pipe, bird warble]

Swann, Donald (Ibrahím)

Swann, Frederick (Lewis)

Swansea.

Swanson, Howard

Swarbrick, Dave [Cyril, Eric]

Swarbrick [Swarbutt], Thomas.

Swarenote.

Swarowsky, Hans

Swarsbrick, Thomas.

Swart, Peter Janszoon de

Swayne, Giles (Oliver Cairnes)

Swaziland.

Sweden

Swedish Society for Musicology.

Sweelinck, Dirck Janszoon

Sweelinck [Swelinck, Zwelinck, Sweeling, Sweelingh, Sweling, Swelingh], Jan Pieterszoon

Sweeney, Eric

Sweeney, William (John)

Swee' Pea.

Sweet, Sharon

Sweet potato.

Swegel

Sweikl

Swelinck [Sweling, Swelingh], Jan Pieterszoon.

Swell.

Sweney, John R(obson)

Swenson, Ruth Ann

Swert, Isidore de.

Swert, Jules de

Swerts, Piet

Sweys, Liebing.

Swieten, Gottfried (Bernhard), Baron van

Swift, Kay

Swift, L.E.

Swift, Richard

Swijssen, Joos.

Swing (i).

Swing (ii).

Swingle Singers.

Swinnen, Peter

Swiny [McSwiny], Owen

Switzerland

Swybbertszoon, Peter.

Swynford

Syberg, Franz Adolf

Sychra [Sikhra, Sichra], Andrey Osipovich

Sychra, Antonín

Sydeman, William (Jay)

Sydney.

Sydsvenska Filharmoniska Förening

Syfert, Paul.

Sygar, John

Sygietyński, Antoni

Syllabic style.

Sylva, Andreas de.

Sylva, Tristan de.

Sylvester, Michael (Lane)

Sylvestris, Floridus de.

Symbolism.

Symon [Simon], P.

Symon de Sacaglia, Magister

Symon le Breton.

Sympathetic strings

Symphonia (i)

Symphonia (ii).

Symphonia (iii).

Symphonic band.

Symphonic jazz.

Symphonic poem

Symphonie (i)

Symphonie (ii)

Symphonie concertante

Symphonion.

Symphonische Dichtung

Symphony

Symphony Nova Scotia.

Symphony orchestra.

Symposium [comissatio]

Sympson, Christopher.

Synaesthesia

Synagogue music.

Synclavier.

Syncopation.

Syncretism.

Synemba kai teleia.

Synergy.

Synket.

Synnet.

Synthesizer [synthesiser]

Syria [Syrian Arab Republic]

Syrian church music.

Syring, Jacobus

Syrinx

Syrmatikē kai teleia.

Syrmen, Maddalena Laura.

System

Systema participato

Syuni, Grigor (Mirzaian)

Szabadi, Vilmos

Szabados, Béla Antal

Szabelski, Bolesław

Szabó, Ferenc

Szabolcsi, Bence

Szadek, Tomasz [Thoma a Szadek]

Szajna-Lewandowska, Jadwiga

Szalonek, Witold (Józef)

Szałowski, Antoni

Szamotuł [Szamotulczyk, Szamotulski], Wacław z [Samotulinus, Schamotulinus, Shamotulinus, Venceslaus]

Szántó, Theodor [Tivadar]

Szarfenberg [Szarffenberck, Scharpfenberg, Szarfenberger, Szarffemberg, Ostrowski, Ostrogórski], Maciej

Szarth, Georg.

Szarzyński, Stanisław Sylwester

Szathmáry, Zsigmond

Szczawiński, Henryk Melcer-.

Szczecin

Szczepanowski, Stanisław

Szczepańska, Maria (Klementyna)

Szczurowski, Jacek [Hyacinthus]

Szczurowski, Jan Nepomucen

Szeged.

Szeghy [Szeghyová], Iris

Székely, Endre

Székely, Mihály

Székely, Zoltán

Szelényi, István

Szeligowski, Tadeusz

Szell, George [Georg]

Szeluto [Szeluta], Apolinary

Szenci [Szenczi] Molnár, Albert

Szendrei, Alfred.

Szendrei, Janka

Szendy, Árpád

Szene

Szenik, Ilona

Szeremeta, Ryszard

Szervánszky, Endre

Szeryng, Henryk

Szigeti, Joseph

Szirmai [Sirmay], Albert

Szokolay, Sándor

Szőllősy, András

Szomjas-Schiffert, György

Szőnyi, Erzsébet [Elisabeth]

Szulc.

Szunyogh, Balázs

Szweykowski, Zygmunt Marian

Szydłowita [Szydłovita]

Szymanowska [née Wołowska], Maria Agata

Szymanowski, Karol (Maciej)

Szymański.

Szymański, Paweł