A

A (i)

A (ii).

A (iii).

Aachen

Aagesen, Truid [Sistinus, Theodoricus; Malmogiensis, Trudo Haggaei]

A&M.

Aarhus.

Aaron [Aron], Pietro [Piero]

Aaron Scotus

Aasim, Afrika Bambaataa.

Abaco, Evaristo Felice dall’.

Abatessa [Abadessa, Abbatessa, Badessa], Giovanni Battista

ABBA.

Abbà Cornaglia, Pietro

Abbado, Claudio

Abbado, Roberto

Abbate, Carlo

Abbate, Carolyn

Abbatessa, Giovanni Battista.

Abbatini, Antonio Maria

Abbellimenti

Abbey, John

Abbiati, Franco

Abbott, Emma

Abbrederis, Matthäus

Abbreviations.

‘Abd al-Qādir [ibn Ghaybī al-Marāghī]

‘Abd al-Wahhāb, Muhammad

Abdel-Rahim, Gamal

Abdon, Bonifacio

Abe, Keiko (Kimura)

Abeille, (Johann Christian) Ludwig

Abeille, Pierre-César

Abejo, Rosalina

Abel.

Abelard [Abaelard, Abailard], Peter [Petrus Abailardus]

Abelardo, Nicanor

Abeliyovich, Lew Mayseyevich

Abell, John (i)

Abell, John (ii).

Abello de Torices, Benito.

Abendmusik

Abendroth, Hermann

Aberdeen.

Aberle, Juan

Abert, Anna Amalie

Abert, Hermann

Abeti [Masikini, Abeti]

Abgestossen

Abhinavagupta

Ability, musical.

Abing [Hua Yanjun]

Abingdon, 4th Earl of [Bertie, Willoughby]

Abingdon, Henry.

Ablinger, Peter

Åbo

Abondante [Abundante, dal Pestrino], Giulio [Julio]

Aboriginal music.

Abos [Geronimo], Girolamo (Matteo)

Abrabanel, Isaac ben Judah

Abraham, Gerald (Ernest Heal)

Abraham, Otto

Abraham, Paul [Ábrahám, Pál]

Abrahamsen, Erik (Schack Olufsen)

Abrahamsen, Hans

Abrahamyan, Medeya

Abrahan.

Abramino [Abramo] dall’Arpa

Abramo dall’Arpa

Abrams, Harriett

Abran.

Abranovics, August.

Ábrányi, Emil

Ábrányi, Kornél

Abravanel, Maurice (de)

Abreu, Antonio [el Portugués]

Abreu, José Antonio

Absatz

Absetzen

Absil, Jean (Nicolas Joseph)

Absolute music.

Absolute pitch.

Abstossen [Stossen].

Abstrich

Abt, Franz Wilhelm

Abu al-Faraj Muhammad ibn Ishaq al-Warraq al-Baghdadi.

Abū’l-Salt Umayya

Abundante, Giulio.

Abwāq

Abyndon [Abingdon], Henry

Abzug (i)

Abzug (ii).

Abzug (iii).

Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres.

Académie Royale de Musique.

Academy.

Academy of Ancient Music (i).

Academy of Ancient Music (ii).

Academy of Music.

Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields.

Academy of Vocal Music.

Acaen.

A cappella [alla cappella]

A capriccio.

Accademia

Accademia dell'Arcadia.

Accademico Bizzarro Capriccioso

Accademico Formato.

Accardo, Salvatore

Accelerando

Accelli, Cesare.

Accent.

Accento

Accentuation.

Accentuirte Brechung

Accentus

Accessory [auxiliary] stop.

Acciaccatura

Acciaiuoli, Filippo

Accidental.

Acclamation

Accollatura

Accompagnando.

Accompagnato

Accompanied keyboard music.

Accompaniment

Accord (i)

Accord (ii).

Accord (iii).

Accordatura

Accordion [accordeon, accordian, squashbox, squeezebox]

Accordo

Accorimboni [Accorimbani, Accorimbeni], Agostino

Accouplement

Acculturation.

AC/DC.

Açebedo, Francisco Correa de.

Acelli [Accelli], Cesare

Acevedo Vargas, Jorge Luis

Aceves (y Lozano), Rafael

Achaemenid music.

Achenbach, Max.

Achron, Joseph

Achté, Aïno.

Achtel-Note

Acid Jazz (i).

Acid jazz (ii).

Acid rock.

Acker, Dieter

Ackerman, Alexander.

Ackley.

Ackroyd, Samuel.

Ackté [Achté], Aïno

Acosta, Afonso Vaz de.

Acourt

Acousmatic music.

Acoustic [acoustical].

Acoustics.

Acquaviva d’Aragona, Andrea Matteo, Duke of Atri

Act

Acte de ballet

Action

Action musicale

Act music (i).

Act music (ii).

Acton, Carlo [Charles]

Act tune.

Actus musicus.

Acuff, Roy (Claxton)

ACUM [Société d'Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique en Israel].

Adagietto

Adagio

Adalbert of Prague [Vojtěch; Wojciech]

Adalid y Gamero, Manuel de

Adalid y Gurrea, Marcial del

Adam

Adam, Adolphe (Charles)

Adam, Claus

Adam, Jean.

Ádám, Jenő

Adam, Johann [Jean]

Adam, Theo(dor)

Adamberger, (Josef) Valentin

Adam de Givenchi [Givenci, Gevanche, Gievenci]

Adam de la Bassée

Adam de la Halle [Adan de la Hale, Adan le Bossu, Adan le Boscu d’Arras, Adan d’Arras]

Adami da Bolsena, Andrea [‘Il Bolsena’]

Adamík, Josef

Adamis, Mihalis

Adam of St Victor

Adamonti.

Adams.

Adams, Alton A(ugustus)

Adams, Charles R.

Adams, James B(lake)

Adams, John (Coolidge)

Adams, John Luther

Adams, [Harrison] Leslie

Adams, Nathan

Adams, Suzanne

Adams, Thomas (i)

Adams, Thomas (ii)

Adam von Fulda

Adam Wągrowicensis [Adam of Wągrowiec; Margonius]

Adán, Vicente

Adaskin, Murray

Adayevskaya [née Schultz], Ella Georgiyevna

Added sixth chord

Adderley, Cannonball [Julian Edwin]

Addinsell, Richard (Stewart)

Addison, John (i)

Addison, John (Mervin) (ii)

Addison, Joseph

Additional accompaniments.

Adé, ‘King’ Sunny [Adeniyi, Sunday]

Adelaide.

Adelard of Bath

Adelboldus

Adelburg, August [Abranovics, Ritter von August]

Adelung, Jakob.

Adema.

Adémar de Chabannes

Ademollo, Alessandro (Felice)

Adeney, Richard (Gilford)

Adès, Thomas (Joseph Edmund)

Adgate, Andrew

Adhémar de Chabannes.

Adlam, Derek (Leslie)

Adler, Guido

Adler, György

Adler, Israel

Adler, Kurt Herbert

Adler, Larry [Lawrence]

Adler, Marx vom.

Adler, Peter Herman

Adler, Richard

Adler, Samuel (Hans)

Adlgasser, Anton Cajetan

Ad libitum

Adlung [Adelung], Jakob

Admetus de Aureliana

Admon-Gorokhov, Yedidya

Ad Nonam

Adolf, R.

Adolfati, Andrea

Adolfson, Adolf Gustaw.

Adolphe, Bruce

Adorno, Theodor (Ludwig) W(iesengrund)

Ad Primam

Adriaenssen [Adriaensen, Adriansen, Hadrianus, Hadrianius], Emanuel [Emmanuel]

Adriani, Francesco

Adriano.

Adrien [Andrien l’aîné; La Neuville], Martin Joseph

Adriensen, Emanuel.

Ad Sextam

Adson, John

Ad Tertiam

A due

Advertising, music in.

Aegidius de Murino.

Aegidius de Zamora.

Aelred of Rievaulx [Ailred, Ethelred]

Aeolian (i).

Aeolian (ii).

Aeolian American Corporation.

Aeolian Hall.

Aeolian harp

Aeolian Quartet.

Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co.

Aeolina [Aeoline] (i).

Aeolina (ii).

Aeoliphone.

Aeolodikon [Aeolodicon] (i).

Aeolodikon (ii).

AEPI

Aerophon.

Aerophone.

Aerophor [Aerophon].

Aerosmith.

Aerssen, Josina Anna Petronella van.

Aertssens [Aertsen], Hendrik

Aeschylus [Aischylos]

Aetheria.

Aevia [Aeuia].

Afanassiev, Valery

Afanas'yev, Nikolay Yakovlevich

Afat

Affects, theory of the

Affectueusement

Affekt

Affettuoso

Affilard, Michel l’.

Affinalis [confinalis]

Affinitas

Affré, Agustarello

Affrettando

Afghanistan.

Afonso [Affonso], Alvaro

Afoxê.

Afranio degli Albonesi

Africa.

African Music Forum.

African Music Society.

Afrika Bambaataa [Aasim, Kevin Donovan]

Afrobeat.

Afro-Cuban jazz [Cubop].

Afro-Cubans.

Afterpiece.

Afuxê.

Afzelius, Arvid August

Agache, Alexandru

Agatea, Mario

Agati.

Agawu, V(ictor) Kofi

Agazzari, Agostino

Ager, Klaus

Ager, Milton

Aggere, Antonius de

Aggházy, Károly

Agincourt, François d’.

Agitato

Aglié, Count Filippo [Philippe] d'

Aglio, Bartolomeo dall’.

Aglione, Alessandro

AGMA.

Agnanino, Spirito.

Agnelli, Lorenzo

Agnelli [Agnello], Salvatore

Agnesi, Maria Teresa

Agnew, Roy [Robert] (Ewing)

Agnus Dei.

Agobard of Lyons

Agogic.

Agogo [Agogo bells]

Agolli, Lejla

Agōn

Agopov, Vladimir

Agostinho da Cruz.

Agostini, Agostino

Agostini, Lodovico

Agostini, Paolo

Agostini [Augustini], Pietro Simone [Piersimone]

Agraffe.

Agram

Agrell, Johan Joachim

Agréments

Agresta, Agostino

Agricola [Ackerman], Alexander

Agricola [née Molteni], Benedetta Emilia

Agricola, Georg Ludwig

Agricola [Noricus], Johannes

Agricola, Johann Friedrich

Agricola, Johann Paul

Agricola [Sore], Martin

Agricola, Rudolph

Agricola, Wolfgang Christoph

Agthe, Albrecht Wilhelm Johann

Agthe, Carl Christian

Aguado (y Garcia), Dionisio

Aguiari [Agujari], Lucrezia [‘La Bastardina’, ‘La Bastardella’]

Aguilar, Antonia Maria.

Aguilar, Gaspar de

Aguilar (Ahumada), Miguel

Aguilera de Heredia, Sebastián

Aguinaldo.

Aguirre, Julián

Aguirre, Sebastián de

Agung [ageng, agong, egong, egung, gong].

Agurto y Loaysa [Loaysa y Agurto], Joseph [José] de

Agus, Giuseppe [Joseph]

Agus, Joseph (Francis)

Aharonián, Coriún

Aharonyan, Ruben

Ahern, David (Anthony)

Ahle, Johann Georg

Ahle, Johann Rudolf

Ahlefeldt, Countess Maria Theresia

Ahlersmeyer, Matthieu

Ahlgrimm, Isolde

Ahlstrom, David C.

Ahlström, Jacob Niclas

Åhlström, Olof

Ahmed, Fadzil

Ahmed, Zakariyya

Aho, Kalevi

Ahrend, Jürgen

Ahrens, Joseph (Johannes Clemens)

Ahronovich, Yury [Georgy]

Aibl.

Aiblinger, Johann Caspar

Aich, Arnt von

Aichinger, Gregor

Aiguino da Brescia, Illuminato

Aikin, Jesse B(owman)

Ailred.

Aimeric de Peguilhan

Aimon, (Pamphile) Léopold (François)

Ainsley, John Mark

Ainsworth, Henry

Ainu music.

Aiolle, Francesco dell’.

Aiolli, Alamanno.

Air

Air à boire

Airardus Viciliacensis.

Air column.

Air de cour

Ais

Aischylos.

Aisis

Aist, Dietmar von.

Aitken, John

Aitken, Robert (Morris)

Aius

Aix-en-Provence.

Aix-la-Chapelle

Ajaeng.

Akademie

Akathistos

Akbarov, Ikram

A Kempis.

Åkerberg, (Carl) Erik (Emanuel)

Akeroyde [Ackroyd, Ackroyde, Acroyd], Samuel

Akhmatova (Gorenko), Anna Andreyevna

Akhtar, Begum [Faizabadi, Akhtari Bai]

Akimenko [Yakymenko], Fedir Stepanovych

Akiyoshi, Toshiko

Akkadia, music of.

Akkolade

Akkord

Akkordeon

Akkordzither

AKM

Akolouthiai

Akopyan, Levon Hovhannesovich.

Akses, Necil Kâzım

Aksyonov, Semyon Nikolayevich

Akutagawa, Yasushi

Ala, Giovanni Battista

Alabado [alabanza]

Alabanza.

Aladaw [Aladov], Mikalay [Nikolay] Il'ich

Alagna, Roberto

Alaigrement

Alaimo, Simone

Alain.

Alain de Lille [de L'isle; Alanus de (ab) Insulis]

Alaire [Allaire, Alere]

Ala-Könni, (Martti) Erkki [Erik]

Alalá

Alaleona, Domenico [Ottavio Felice Gaspare Maria]

Alamani, Jo. [?Johannes]

A la mi re.

Alamire, Pierre [Petrus; Imhove, Peter; van den Hove, Peter]

Alamo, Lázaro del

Alandia (Cañipa), Edgar

Alanus, Johannes

Alanus de [ab] Insulis.

Ālāpa

Alard, (Jean-)Delphin

Alard, Lampert

Alard, Simon

Alardino.

Alardy [Alard, Alardi], Jacques [Jacobus]

Alarie, Pierrette (Marguerite)

Alart [Alardino]

Alauro, Hieronymo.

Ala Venture, Johannes.

Alba

Alba [Alva, Alua], Alonso (Pérez) de

Alban Berg Quartet.

Albanese [Albanèse, Albaneze], (Egide-Joseph-Ignace-) Antoine

Albanese, Licia

Albani [Albana, Albano, Albanus].

Albani [Lajeunesse], Dame Emma (Marie Louise Cécile)

Albani, Mathias

Albania (Alb. Republika e Shqipërisë).

Albano, Marcello

Albareda, Marcián

ALBAUTOR.

Albéniz, Isaac (Manuel Francisco)

Albéniz, Mateo (Antonio) Pérez de

Albéniz y Basanta, Pedro

Alber [Alberus], Erasmus

Alberch i Ferrament alias Vila, Pere [Alberch i Vila, Pere; Albercio Vila, Petro; Albert Vila, Pere; Villa, Petro]

Alberdi Recalde, Lope

Alberga, Eleanor

Albergati (Capacelli), Pirro

Alberghi, Paolo Tommaso

Albericus Archiepiscopus Bituricensis [Alberic of Reims]

Albero [Alvero] y Añaños, Sebastián Ramón de

Albersheim, Gerhard (Ludwig)

Albert (i), Prince Consort [Francis Charles Augustus Albert Emmanuel; Franz Karl August Albert Emanuel, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha]

Albert (ii).

Albert, Charles Louis Napoléon d'

Albert, Eugen [Eugène] (Francis Charles) d’

Albert, Eugène

Albert, Heinrich

Albert, Karel

Albert, Stephen (Joel)

Albertarelli, Francesco

Albertet de Sestaro [Sestairo, Sestarron, Terascon; Albert de Sestaro, Terascon]

Alberti, Antonio degli

Alberti, Domenico

Alberti, Gasparo [Albertis, Gaspare de; Albertus, Gaspare; Gaspare bergomensis; Gaspar de Padua]

Alberti, Giuseppe Matteo

Alberti, Innocentio

Alberti, Johann Friedrich

Alberti, Juraj [Giorgio]

Alberti, Leon Battista

Alberti, Pietro

Alberti bass.

Albertini, Gioacchino

Albertini, Giuliano

Albertini [Albertino], Ignazio

Albertini, Thomas Anton

Albertis, Gaspare de.

Albertsen, Per (Hjort)

Albertus, Gaspare.

Albertus cantor.

Albertus Magnus

Albertus Parisiensis [Albertus Stampensis]

Alberus, Erasmus.

Albicastro, Henricus [Weissenburg, Johann Heinrich von; Weissenburg, Johan Handrik van]

Albin, Roger

Albini [Albino], Filippo

Albini, Srećko (Felix)

Albinoni, Tomaso Giovanni [Zuane]

Albion Band [Albion Country Band, Albion Dance Band], the.

Albisi, Abelardo

Albisiphon.

Albonesi, Afranio degli.

Alboni, Marietta [Maria Anna Marzia]

Alborada

Alborea, Francesco [Francischello, Franciscello]

Albrecht.

Albrecht, Alexander

Albrecht [Albright], Charles

Albrecht, Christian Frederick Ludwig

Albrecht, Georg von

Albrecht, Gerd

Albrecht, Hans

Albrecht, Johann Lorenz

Albrecht, Otto E(dwin)

Albrecht & Co.

Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg

Albrici, Bartolomeo

Albrici [Alberici], Vincenzo

Albright, Charles.

Albright, William (Hugh)

Album.

Albumleaf

Albuquerque, Armando (Amorim de)

Albuzio, Giovanni Giacopo [Albutio, Joan Jacomo, Hans Jacob von Mailandt]

Alcaeus [Alkaios]

Alcaide, Tomás (de Aquino Carmelo)

Alcalay, Luna

Alcaraz, Alfonso Flores d'.

Alcaraz (i Solé), Jordi

Alcaraz, José Antonio

Alcarotto [Alcarotti, Algarotti], Giovanni Francesco

Alcedo [Alzedo], José Bernardo

Alchevs'ky, Ivan [Jean] Olexiyovych

Alcman

Alcock, John (i)

Alcock, John (ii)

Alcock, Sir Walter (Galpin)

Alcorn, Michael

Alcorta, Amancio

Alcuin [(Flaccus) Albinus]

Alda [Davies], Frances (Jeanne)

Aldana, José Manuel

Alday [Aldaye, Aldée].

Alday, Edward.

Aldeburgh Festival.

Aldée.

Alden, Christopher

Alden, David

Alder [Alderinus], Cosmas

Aldobrandini, Pietro

Aldomar, Pedro Juan [Pere Joan]

Aldon, Sonia.

Aldovrandin [Aldovrandini], Giuseppe Antonio Vincenzo.

Aldric, Jean-François

Aldrich, Henry

Aldrich, Putnam C(alder)

Aldrich, Richard

Aldrovandi, Clelia.

Aldrovandini [Aldovrandini, Aldrovandin, Aldrovandon, Altrobrandino], Giuseppe [Gioseffo] Antonio Vincenzo [Giuseppe Maria]

Aleado

Aleatory.

Alectorius, Johannes.

Alegramente.

Alegría.

Alegría, José Augusto

Aleksandrov, Aleksandr Vasil'yevich

Aleksandrov, Anatoly Nikolayevich

Aleksandrov, Boris Aleksandrovich

Aleksandrov, Nikolay Ivanovich

Alekseyev, Ėduard Yefimovich

Alekseyev, Konstantin Sergeyevich.

Alemana

Alemanno [Alemann], Johanan

Alembert, Jean le Rond d’

Aleotti, Bonaventura.

Aleotti, Raffaella

Aleotti, Vittoria

Alere.

Alessandra, Caterina.

Alessandrescu, Alfred

Alessandri, Felice

Alessandri & Scattaglia.

Alessandri Chiapetta, Giulio d’

Alessandro, Charles-Guillaume.

Alessandro [Alessandri], Gennaro d’

Alessandro, Raffaele d’

Alessandro Mantovano

Alessandro Romano [Da Roma; Alexander Romanus; Alexander De Urbe; Don Giulio Cesare; Julius Caesar Romanus]

Alevi, Giuseppe.

Alexander.

Alexander, Charles McCallom

Alexander, Haim (Heinz)

Alexander, Josef

Alexander, Meister [Der wilde Alexander]

Alexander, Roberta (Lee)

Alexandra, Liana (Moraru)

Alexandre.

Alexandre [Alessandro], Charles-Guillaume

Alexandru, Tiberiu

Alexanian, Diran

Alexeyev, Dmitry

Aleyn

Alfabeto

Alfano, Franco

Alfaro Güell [Alfagüell], Mario

Alfieri, Pietro

Alfiero [Alfieri], Giuseppe

Al fine

Alfonso V [‘El Magnánimo’], King of Aragon

Alfonso el Sabio [Alfonso X]

Alford, Kenneth J. [Ricketts, Frederic Joseph]

Alfvén, Hugo (Emil)

Algaita [àlgáità].

Algarotti, Francesco

Algarotti, Giovanni Francesco.

Algeria, People's Democratic Republic of (Arab. Jumhuriya al-Jazairiya ad-Dimuqratiya ash-Shabiya).

Alghisi [Algisi], Paris Francesco

al-Hifnī, Mahmūd Ahmad.

Alice Tully Hall.

Alimatov, Turgun

Aliotti [Aleotti, Aliotta, Aliocti, Alioti], Bonaventura [Padre Palermino]

Alió y Brea, Francisco

Aliprandi, Bernardo

Aliprandi, Bernardo [Bernhard] Maria

Aliquot.

Alís (Flores), Román

Aliseda, Jerónimo [Sánchez] de

Aliseda, Santos de

Alison, Richard.

Alix, May.

Aliyev, Khabil' (Mustafa oglu)

Ali-Zadeh, Franghiz (Ali Aga Kïzï)

Alizadeh, Hossein

Alkaios.

Alkan [Morhange], (Charles-)Valentin

Alla breve

Alla cappella

Allacci [Allacius, Allatius], Leone [Lione]

Allaire.

Alla longa

Alla minima

Allan, Richard van.

Allard.

Allard, Maurice

Allardo.

Allargando

Alla semibreve

Allatius, Leone [Lione].

Alla turca.

Alla zingarese.

Allde [Alday], Edward

Allegra, Salvatore

Allegranti, Maddalena

Allegretto

Allegri, Domenico

Allegri, Gregorio

Allegri, Lorenzo

Allegrissimo.

Allegro

Allēlouïarion.

Alleluia

Alleluiatici.

Alleluiaticum

Allemande [allemand, almain, alman, almond]

Allen, Henry (James) ‘Red’

Allen, Henry Robinson

Allen, Sir Hugh (Percy)

Allen, J(oseph) Lathrop

Allen, Paul Hastings

Allen, Richard

Allen, Samuel

Allen, Sir Thomas (Boaz)

Allen, William.

Allende(-Sarón), Pedro Humberto

Allende-Blin, Juan

Allen organ.

Allentando

Aller, Eleanor

Allevi [Allevi Piacenza, Alevi, Allievi, Allevo, Levi, Leva], Giuseppe [Gioseppe, Gioseffo, Josefo, Joseffo, Iseppe]

Allgemeiner Deutscher Musikverein.

Allgemeiner Richard-Wagner-Verband.

Allgén, Claude (Johannes Maria) Loyola [Klas-Thure]

Alliance of Composer Organisations.

Allik, Kristi (Anne)

Allin, Norman

Allinson, Thomas

Alliot-Lugaz, Colette

Allison [Alison, Allysonn, Aloyson], Richard

Allitsen [Bumpus], (Mary) Frances

Allman Brothers Band, the.

Allorto, Riccardo

All'ottava [all'8va]

All'unisono

Allusion.

Allwood, Richard.

Allyson, June [Geisman, Ella]

Almain [Alman].

Almandoz, Norberto

Alma Redemptoris mater

Almási, István

Almayne.

Almeida, Antonio (Jacques) de

Almeida (Goulartt de Medeiros), António Victorino d'

Almeida, Fernando de

Almeida, Francisco António de

Almeida, Inácio António de

Almeida (Nobrega Neto), Laurindo (José) (de Araujo)

Almeida, Renato

Almeida Prado, José de.

Almenraeder, Carl

Almeri, Giovanni Paolo

Almérie.

Almglocken

Almila, Atso

Almond.

Almorox [Almoroix], Juan Alvárez de

Almqvist, Carl Jonas Love

Alnaes, Eyvind

Alnar, Hasan Ferit

Aloisi, Giovanni Battista

Alomía Robles, Daniel

Alonso

Alonso (Gómez), Miguel

Alonso Bernaola, Carmelo

Alotin, Yardena

Aloysis.

Aloyson, Richard.

Alpaerts, Flor

Alpert, Herb

Alphorn [Alpenhorn]

Alpichordo.

al-Rajab, al-Hājj Hāshim

Al rovescio

Alsager, Thomas Massa

Alsbach.

Al segno

Al-Shawān, ‘Azīz

Al-Shīrāzī.

al-Shirwānī.

Al'shvang, Arnol'd Aleksandrovich

Alsina, Carlos Roqué

Alsted, Birgitte

Alsted [Alstedt, Alstedius], Johann Heinrich

Alt, in.

Alta (i).

Alta [alta danza] (ii)

Altacuria, Johannes.

Altargesang.

Alt-Corno

Altena, Maarten (Van Regteren)

Altenburg, Detlef

Altenburg, Johann Ernst

Altenburg, Michael

Alter, Martha

Altered chord.

Alternatim

Alternative music.

Alternativo

Altflöte

Althof, Statius.

Althorn

Altieri, Paolo

al-Tīfāshī.

Altkorno

Altmann, Wilhelm

Altnickol [Altnikol], Johann Christoph

Alto (i)

Alto (ii).

Alto (iii).

Altoboe

Alto clarinet.

Alto flute.

Alto horn.

Altrobrandino, Giuseppe Antonio Vincenzo.

Altus

Alva, Alonso de

Alva, Luigi [Alva Talledo, Luis Ernesto]

Alvarado, Diego [Diogo] de

Alvarenga, Oneyda (Paoliello de)

Álvares Frouvo, João.

Alvarez (Fernández), Cálixto (César)

Alvarez, Javier

Alvarez del Toro, Federico

Alvars, Elias Parish.

Alvary [Achenbach], Max(imilian)

Alva Talledo, Luis Ernesto.

Alveri, Giovanni Battista

Alvero y Añaños, Sebastián Ramón de.

Alvsleben, Melitta.

Alwood [Alwoode, Allwood, Allwoode], Richard

Alwyn, William

Alyab'yev, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Alyff.

Alypius [Alupios]

Alzedo, José Bernardo.

Åm, Magnar

Amabile

Amabilità, con.

Amacher, Maryanne

Amadei, Filippo [‘Pippo del Violoncello’]

Amadei, Michelangelo

Amadeus Quartet.

Amadino, Ricciardo

Amadis, Pietro.

Amadori, Giuseppe

Amalarius of Metz

Amalia Catharina,

Amalie, Princess of Saxony [Marie Auguste Friederike Amalie].

Amance, Paul d’.

Aman huur [Khur].

Amannsaxenim, Mälikäi

Amat, Hamzah bin Awang

Amat, Joan Carles [Carles y Amat, Joan]

Amateur Concert.

Amati.

Amati [Melchioni, Marchioni], Dom Nicolò

Amato, Pasquale

Amato [D'Amato, De Amato, Di Amato], (Epifanio) Vincenzo

Ambiela, Miguel de

Ambient house.

Ambient music.

Ambitus [cursus, processus, processo, medium, modulus]

Ambleville, Charles d'

Amboss

Ambrazas, Algirdas (Jonas)

Ambrogini Poliziano, Angelo.

Ambros, August Wilhelm

Ambrosch, Joseph Karl [Ambrož, Josef Karel]

Ambrose

Ambrose, Bert(ram) ‘Ammy’

Ambrose, John

Ambrosian chant [Milanese chant].

Ambrosian Singers.

Ambrosianum

Ambrosini, Claudio

Ambrosio, Giacomo [Jacovo] d'.

Ambrosio, Giovanni.

Ambrosio Cremonese.

Ambruys, Honoré d'.

AMCOS

Ame

Ameling, Elly (Sara)

Ameln, Konrad

Amen

Amenábar (Ruiz), Juan

Amen cadence.

Amendola, Giuseppe

Amendola, Ugo

Amener

Amengual(-Astaburuaga), René

Amenreich [Ammenreich, Armenreich], Bernhard

Amerbach, Bonifacius

America.

American Brass Quintet.

American Composers Alliance [ACA].

American Composers Orchestra.

American Conservatory of Music.

American Federation of Musicians.

American Guild of Musical Artists [AGMA].

American Guild of Organists.

American Institute of Musicology.

American Musical Instrument Society.

American Music Center.

American Musicological Society [AMS].

American organ.

American Piano Co.

American Society for Jewish Music [ASJM].

American Society of Ancient Instruments.

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers

American Society of University Composers.

American String Quartet.

American Symphony Orchestra League [ASOL].

American Women Composers.

Americas.

Amerindian music.

Amerus [Aluredus, Annuerus, Aumerus]

Amerval, Eloy d'.

Ames, Charles

Ameyden, Christian

Amfitheatrof [Amfitheatrov; Amfiteatrov], Daniele (Alexandrovich)

Amicis, Anna Lucia de.

Amiconi [Amigoni], Jacopo

Ami du clavier, Un

Amiens.

Amiot, (Jean) Joseph (Marie)

Amiran-Pugashov, Emanuel

Amirkhanian, Charles (Benjamin)

Amirov, Fikret (Meshadi Jamil')

Amish and Mennonite music.

Ammerbach, Elias Nikolaus

Ammon [Amon], Blasius

Ammon, Conrad.

Ammon, Wolfgang

Ammonius.

Amner, John

Amodei, Cataldo

Amon, Blasius.

Amon, Johannes Andreas

Amorevole.

Amorevoli, Angelo (Maria)

Amoroso

Amoyal, Pierre

Ampadu, Nana Kwame

Amphion (i).

Amphion (ii).

Ampichordo.

Ampico.

Amplifier

Amplitude.

Amram, David (Werner)

AMS.

Amsterdam.

Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.

Amu, Ephraim

Āmulī, al-

Amy, Gilbert

Ana [Anna], Francesco d’ [Franciscus Venetus, Francesco Varoter, etc.]

Anabathmoi.

Anabolē

Anacker, August Ferdinand

Anacreon

Anacreontic Society.

Anacrusis.

Anagnino, Spirito.

Anagnōstēs.

Anagrammatismos.

Anaguino, Spirito

Analysis.

Anatolia

Anaya (Arze), Franklin

Ančerl, Karel

Anche

Anchieta, Juan de

Ancient Concerts.

Ancina, (Giovanni) Giovenale

Anciuti, Joannes Maria

Ancliffe, Charles

Ancona.

Ancona, Mario

Ancot.

Ancus

Anda, Géza

Andamento

Andante

Andantino

Anderberg, Carl-Olof

Anders, Hendrik

Anders, Peter

Andersen, Anton Jörgen

Andersen, Poul-Gerhard

Anderson, Barry (Michael Gordon)

Anderson, Beth [Barbara Elizabeth]

Anderson, Emily

Anderson, Gordon A(thol)

Anderson, Julian (David)

Anderson, June

Anderson, Laurie

Anderson, Leroy

Anderson [née Philpot], Lucy

Anderson, Marian

Anderson, Ruth

Anderson, T(homas) J(efferson)

Andersson, Nils

Andersson, Otto (Emanuel)

Andersson, (Ernst Christian) Richard

Andover.

Andrade, Mário (Raul) de (Morais)

André.

André, Charles-Louis-Joseph

André, Franz

Andre, Hieronymus.

André, Maurice

Andrea degli Organi [Andrea de’ Servi].

Andreae, Carolus [Endres, Enders, Karl]

Andreae, Conrad.

Andreae, Hieronymus.

Andreae, Volkmar

Andreas, Magister Phillipotus

Andreas Contredit.

Andreas de Florentia [Magister Frater Andreas Horghanista de Florentia; Andrea degli Organi; Frate Andrea de’ Servi, Fra Andrea di Giovanni]

Andreas Sylvanus [Walder]

Andrée, Elfrida

Andreini, Giovanni [Giovan] Battista [Giambattista]

Andreini [née Canali], Isabella

Andreini [née Ramponi], Virginia [‘La Florinda’]

Andreis, Josip

Andreoli.

Andreoni, Giovanni Battista

Andreozzi, Gaetano [Jomellini]

Andrés, Juan [Andres, Giovanni]

Andrésen, Ivar (Frithiof)

Andreví y Castellar, Francisco

Andrew of Crete [Andrew Hierosolymites; Andrew of Jerusalem]

Andrews, Ellen.

Andrews, H(erbert) K(ennedy)

Andrews, Joseph King

Andrews, Dame Julie [Wells, Julia Elizabeth]

Andrews Sisters.

Andreyanova, Yelena Ivanovna

Andreyev, Vasily Vasil'yevich

Andrez, Benoit

Andricu, Mihail G(heorghe)

Andrien, Martin Joseph

Andries, Jean

Andriessen.

Andrieu, F.

Andrieu Contredit d'Arras

Andronicus, Lucius Livius.

Andropediacus, Lycosthenes Psellionoros [Spangenberg,Wolfhart]

Andrysowicz, Łazarz

Andsnes, Leif Ove

Aneau, Barthélemy

Anelli, Angelo

Anémocorde [aéro-clavicorde]

Anerio, Felice

Anerio, Giovanni Francesco

Anet [Annet, Annette, Anette, Hanet], Jean-Baptiste

Anet, Jean-Jacques-Baptiste.

Anfossi, Pasquale

Angehangte Traktur

Angel.

Angeleri, Giuseppe Maria

Angeli, Francesco Maria [‘Il Rivotorto’]

Angelica.

Angelieri, Giorgio

Angelika.

Angelini, Giovanni Andrea.

Angelini, Orazio

Angélique

Angelis, Angelo de.

Angel lute.

Angeloni, Carlo

Angelus Silesius(, Johann) [Scheffler, Johannes]

Angerer, Edmund (Johann Nepomuk)

Angerer, Paul

Angermüller, Rudolph

Angers.

Angiolini, (Domenico Maria) Gasparo [Gaspare, Gaspero] [Gasparini, Domenico Maria Angiolo]

Angklung.

Anglaise [anglois, angloise]

Anglebert, Jean-Baptiste-Henry d’.

Anglebert, Jean Henry d’.

Angleria, Camillo

Anglès, Higini [Anglés, Higinio]

Anglés, Rafael

Anglesi, Domenico

Anglia, Galfridus de.

Anglia, Robertus de.

Anglican and Episcopalian church music.

Anglican chant.

Anglicus, Jo. Benet.

Angloise.

Anglo-Soviet Press.

Angola

Anguilar, Antonia Maria.

Angulo (Rodríguez), Héctor (Manuel)

Angus, John

Anhalt, István

Anhemitonic.

Anido, María Luisa

Aniels, Arnaut d’.

Anima

Animal music.

Animals, the.

Animando.

Animato

Animé

Animuccia, Giovanni

Animuccia, Paolo

Anitua, Fanny

Anjos, Dionísio dos

Anjos de Gouvêa, Simão dos

An Laixu

Anna, Francesco d’.

Anna Amalia [Amalie, Amélie] (i), Princess of Prussia

Anna Amalia [Amalie] (ii), Duchess of Saxe-Weimar

Ann Arbor.

Anna Maria

Annet [Annette], Jean-Baptiste.

Annibaldi, Claudio

Annibale Padovano.

Annibali, Domenico [Dominichino]

Annibal Mediolanensis.

Annunciação, Gabriel da

Anonymous theoretical writings.

Ansalone.

Ansanus S [Senese, Ser Ansano di Goro, Sano di Goro]

Ansatz (i)

Ansatz (ii)

Ansatz (iii)

Ansbach.

Ansbach, Elizabeth, Margravine of.

Anschlag (i)

Anschlag (ii)

Anseaume, Louis

Ansell, John

Anselmi, Giorgio

Anselmi, Giuseppe

Anselmo.

Ansermet, Ernest

Ansink, Caroline

Ansorge, Conrad

Anspach [Ansbach], Elizabeth, Margravine of [Craven, Elizabeth]

Ansseau, Fernand

Anstieg

Answer.

Antara.

‘Antarī, Sālih ‘Abdallah al-

Antecedent and consequent

Antegnati.

Antenoreo, Onofrio

Antes, John [Johann]

Antesignanus, Pierre.

Antheil, George [Georg] (Carl Johann)

Anthem.

Anthems, national.

Anthologia [Anthologion anoixantarion].

Anthology.

Anthonello de Caserta.

Anthonii [Anthony], Cristofferus

Anthony, Jacob

Anthony, James R(aymond)

Antichi, Adam degli.

Anticipation.

Anticipazione della nota [syllaba]

Antico.

Antico [Anticho, Antigo, Antiquo, Antiquus], Andrea

Antient Concerts.

Antier, Marie

Antigo, Andrea de.

Antill, John (Henry)

Antimasque.

Antinello, Abundio.

Antinori, Luigi

Antioch [now Antakya, Turkey].

Antiphon.

Antiphona ad accedentes

Antiphona ad confractionem [confractorium]

Antiphona ad crucem.

Antiphona ad pacem

Antiphona ad praelegendum

Antiphona ante evangelium

Antiphona in choro.

Antiphonal (i).

Antiphonal (ii).

Antiphona post evangelium

Antiphonel.

Antiphoner [antiphonal, antiphonary]

Antiphonia

Antiphony.

Antiquis, A(dam) de

Antiquis, Giovanni Giacomo de

Antiquo [Antiquus], Andrea.

Antiquus episcopus Beneventinus.

Anton (Clemens Theodor), Prince of Saxony

Antonelli. Italian family of composers. Abundio [Abbondio, Abondio, Abundii] Antonelli [Antonelli da Fabrica, Antonellio, Antinello]

Antonelli, Giulio Cesare

Antonello [Anthonello, Anthonellus, (An)tonelus] da Caserta [Antonellus Marot de Caserta, A. Marotus de Caserta abbas]

Antoni, Antonio d'

Antoniazzi.

Antonicek, Theophil

Antonii, Giovanni Battista.

Antonii, Pietro degli.

Antonio.

Antonio da Cividale.

Antonio da Lucca.

Antonio da Tempo

Antonio degli Organi [del Bessa, di Bartolomeo].

Antonio de Leno.

Antonio Romano.

Antoniotto [Antoniotti], Giorgio

Antoniou, Theodore

Antonius de Arena.

Antonius de Civitate Austrie [Cividal, Civitato; Antonio da Cividale]

Antonius de Leno

Antonius de Luca

Antonius Romanus [Antonius de Roma]

Antunes.

Antunes, Jorge (de Freitas)

Antwerp

Anvers

Anvil

Anvilla, Adriano

Anzalone [Ansalone, Anzelonus].

Aoidos

Äolsharfe (i)

Äolsharfe (ii).

Aosta MS

Apaches, Les.

Apēchēma.

Apel, Willi

Apel Codex

Apell [Capelli], David August von

Aperghis, Georges

Aperto (i)

Aperto (ii)

Aperto (iii)

Apesō.

Aphex Twin [James, Richard D.]

Ap Huw, Robert.

A piacere

Apiarius [Biener], Mathias

ApIvor, Denis

Apollo.

Apollo Academy [Society].

Apolloni [Apollonio, Appolloni], Giovanni Filippo

Apolloni, Giuseppe

Apolloni [Appoloni, Appolini], Salvatore [Salvadore]

Apollonicon.

Aponte-Ledée, Rafael

Apostel, Hans Erich

Apostles' Creed.

Apostolos Konstas of Chios.

Apostrophe [strophicus]

Apostrophos

Apothéose

Apotomē

Apoyamento

Appalachian dulcimer [lap dulcimer, mountain dulcimer, Kentucky dulcimer, plucked dulcimer].

Appassionato

Appeldoorn, Dina [Christina Adriana Arendina]

Appelmeyer, Franz.

Appenzeller, Benedictus

Appia, Adolphe (François)

Appia, Edmond

Appignani, Adelaide Orsola [Aspri, Orsola]

Applausus musicus

Applebaum, Louis

Appleby, Thomas

Appleton, Jon (Howard)

Appleton, Thomas

Application

Applied dominant [secondary dominant]

Appo, William

Appoggiatura

Appolloni, Gioseffo

Appoloni [Appolini], Salvatore.

Appunn, Anton

Appunn, Georg August Ignatius

Appuy

APRA

Aprahamian, Felix

Ap Rhys [Apryce], Philip.

Aprile, Giuseppe [Scirolo, Sciroletto, Scirolino]

Apthorp, William Foster

Aptitude, musical.

Apt Manuscript

Aquanus [Loer, Luyr], Adam

Aquanus, Thomas.

Aquila, Marco dall’.

Aquileia.

Aquilino Dano, Jacomo.

Aquin, Louis-Claude d’.

Aquinas, Thomas

Aquitaine.

Arabesque

Arabian Gulf.

Arab music.

Aracil, Alfredo

Aragall (y Garriga), Giacomo [Jaume]

Aragüés, Juan Antonio de

Araiza, Francisco

Araja [Araia], Francesco

Arakishvili, Dimitri

Arama, Isaac ben Moses

Arámbarri (y Gárate), Jesús

Aranaz y Vides, Pedro

Aranda, Matheo de

Arandia Navarro, Jorge

Arañés [Arañiés], Juan

Arangi-Lombardi, Giannina

Aranovsky, Mark Genrikhovich

Arányi, Jelly d’ [Arányi de Hunyadvar, Jelly Eva]

Arapov, Boris Alexandrovich

Arārāy.

Arascione, Giovanni

Araujo, Francisco Correa de.

Araújo, João Gomes de

Araujo, Juan de

Araújo [Arauxo, Arraujo], Pedro de

Arauxo, Francisco Correa de.

Araya (y Andía), Simón de

Arazova [Arazian], Izabella Konstantinovna

Arban, (Joseph) Jean-Baptiste (Laurent)

Arbeau, Thoinot [Tabourot, Jehan]

Arbell, Lucy [Wallace, Georgette]

Arbós, Enrique Fernández

Arcà, Paolo

Arcadelt [Archadelt, Arcadet], Jacques

Arcadian Academy.

Arcangelo del Leuto [Arcangelo del Liuto].

Arcata in giù

Arcata in su

Arc-en-terre

Archadelt, Jacques.

Archaeomusicology

Arched viall.

Archer, Frederick [Frederic]

Archer, Violet (Balestreri)

Archet

Archicembalo.

Archilei [Vimercati], Antonio [‘Antonio di S Fiore’]

Archilei [née Concarini], Vittoria [‘La Romanina’]

Archilochus

Archiluth

Archipoeta [Archpoet]

Archiquier

Archives and music.

Archivolti, Samuel

Archlute

Archpoet.

Archytas of Tarentum

Arcicembalo [archicembalo]

Arciliuto [arcileuto]

Arciorgano.

Arcipreste de Hita [Ruiz, Juan]

Arciviolata [arciviolatalira, arcivioladaslyras].

Arc musical

Arco

Arco, Annie d'

Arcoleo, Antonio

Arco musical

Arct, Michał

Ardanaz, Pedro

Ardel.

Ardemanio, Giulio Cesare

Ardesi, Carlo

Ardesi, Giovanni Paolo.

Ardespin [Ardespine], Melchior d’ [Dardespin, Melchior]

Ardévol (Gimbernat), José

Arditi, Luigi

Arditti Quartet.

A re.

Arefece, Antonio.

Arel, Bülent

Arellano, Juan Salvador Bautista de

Arena, Antonius de [Arènes, Antoine des; De la Sable, Antoine; Du Sablon, Antoine]

Arena, Giuseppe

Arènes, Antoine des.

Arensky, Anton [Antony] Stepanovich

Arenzana, Manuel

Aresti, Floriano.

Aretino, Paolo [Paolo Antonio del Bivi]

Aretz (de Ramón y Rivera), Isabel

Arezzo, Guido of.

Argenta (Maza), Ataulfo

Argenta, Nancy (Maureen Herbison)

Argenti [Argentio], Bonaventura [Bonaventura Perugino]

Argentil, Ciarles.

Argentina

Argentina, L'.

Argento, Dominick

Argerich, Martha

Arghūl

Argilliano, Ruggiero [Roggerio]

Argillières.

Argo.

Argov, Sasha [Abramovich, Aleksandr]

Argyropoulos, Isaac [Argiropulo, Isacco]

Århus [Aarhus].

Aria

Aria napolitana.

Aribo [Aribo Scholasticus]

Arietta

Ariette

Arigoni, Giovanni Giacomo.

Arimino, Abbas de.

Arimondi, Vittorio

Arion

Arioso

Ariosti, Attilio (Malachia [Clemente]) [Frate Ottavio]

Ariosti, Giovanni Battista

Ariosto, Ludovico

Aristides Quintilianus [Aristeidēs Koïntilianos]

Aristobulos Eutropius.

Aristophanes [Aristophanēs]

Aristoteles, Pseudo-.

Aristotle [Aristotelēs]

Aristoxenus

Arizaga, Rodolfo

Arizmendi, Fermín de

Arizo [Arizu, Arizcum], Miguel de

Arkad'yev, Mikhail Aleksandrovich

Arkhangel'sky, Aleksandr Andreyevich

Arkhipova, Irina (Konstantinovna)

Arkor, André d’

Arkwright, G(odfrey) E(dward) P(ellew)

Arkwright, Marian (Ursula)

Arlen, Harold [Arluck, Hyman]

Arles.

Arlt, Wulf (Friedrich)

Arma, Paul [Weisshaus, Imre]

Armaganian, Lucine.

Armandine.

Armatrading, Joan

Armbruster, Reimundo.

Armeeposaune

Armenia, Republic of (Armenian Hayastan).

Armenreich, Bernhard.

Armer, Elinor

Armes, Philip

Armingaud, Jules

Armitage, Reginald Moxon.

Armonia di flauto

Armonica.

Armonica a bocca

Armonica a manticino

Armonioso

Armonipiano.

Armsdorff, Andreas

Armstrong, Frankie

Armstrong, Louis [Dippermouth, Pops, Satchelmouth, Satchmo]

Armstrong, Richard

Armstrong, Sir Thomas (Henry Wait)

Arnaoudov, Georgi

Arnaud, François

Arnaut, Daniel.

Arnaut de Mareuil [Mareulh, Maroill]

Arnaut de Zwolle, Henri

Arndt, Felix

Arndt, Günther

Arne, Michael

Arne, Mrs.

Arne, Thomas Augustine

Arneiro, José Augusto da Ferreira Veiga, Visconde do.

Arnell, Richard (Anthony Sayer)

Arnestad, Finn (Oluf Bjaerke)

Arnič, Blaž

Arnim, Bettine von.

Arnold, Denis (Midgley)

Arnold, F(rank) T(homas)

Arnold, Georg

Arnold, Gustav

Arnold, György

Arnold, Johann Gottfried

Arnold, John

Arnol'd, Jurig (Karlovich) von.

Arnold, Sir Malcolm (Henry)

Arnold, Samuel

Arnold, Samuel James

Arnol'd, Yury (Karlovich) [Jurig von]

Arnold de Lantins.

Arnoldo Fiamengo [Arnoldus Flandrus].

Arnold of St Emmeram

Arnold Schoenberg Choir.

Arnold von Bruck.

Arnolfo da Francia.

Arnone [Arnoni], Guglielmo

Arnot, Robert.

Arnould [Arnoult], (Magdeleine) [Madeleine] Sophie

Arnschwanger, Johann Christoph

Arnt von Aich.

Arnulf of St Ghislain [Arnulphus de Sancto Gilleno]

Arom, Simha

Aron, Pietro

Aronowitz, Cecil

ARP.

Arpa

Arpa, Giovanni Leonardo dell’ [dall’].

Arpa, Orazio dell’.

Arpa, Rinaldo dall'.

Arpa-citara

Arpa d’Eolo [arpa eolia]

Arpanetta

Arpeado

Arpeggiation (i)

Arpeggiation (ii)

Arpeggio

Arpeggione [guitar violoncello, bowed guitar]

Arpicembalo [arpi cimbalo]

Arpichordum [arpichordium, harpichordium] stop.

Arpicordo [alpichordo, ampichordo, harpichordo]

Arpicordo leutato

Arpitarrone.

Arquier [D’Arquier], Joseph

Arquimbau, Domingo

Arrangement

Arras.

Arras, Chansonnier d'

Arras, Jean d’ [Renverset, Jean]

Arrau, Claudio

Arraujo, Pedro de.

Arregui, José Maria

Arregui Garay, Vicente

Arrested Development.

Arresti [Aresti], Floriano

Arresti, Giulio Cesare

Arriaga (y Balzola), Juan Crisóstomo (Jacobo Antonio) de

Arrieta (y Corera), Pascual (Juan) Emilio

Arrieu, Claude [Simon, Anne Marie]

Arrigo [Henricus]

Arrigo, Girolamo

Arrigo d’Ugo.

Arrigoni, Carlo

Arrigoni [Arigoni], Giovanni Giacomo

Arrigo Tedesco.

Arro, Elmar

Arroio [Arroyo], João Marcelino

Arrow Music Press.

Arroyo, João Marcelino.

Arroyo, Martina

Ars Antiqua [Ars Veterum, Ars Vetus]

ARSC.

Arsenal, Chansonnier de l’

Arsis, thesis

Ars Nova

Ars Subtilior.

Ars Veterum.

Ars Viva.

Artaria.

Arteaga, Esteban de [Arteaga, Stefano]

Arteaga, Manuel González Gaytán y.

Artem'yev, Eduard Nikolayevich

Art Ensemble of Chicago [AEC].

Arthopius [Artocopus, Artopaeus], Balthasar

Artia.

Articulation and phrasing.

Articulation marks.

ARTISJUS.

Artis Quartet.

Artisticheskiy Kruzhok

Artocopus, Balthasar.

Artomius [Artomiusz, Krzesichleb, Artomius Grodicensis], Piotr

Artopaeus, Balthasar.

Artôt, Alexandre [Montagney, Joseph]

Artôt, (Marguerite-Joséphine) Désirée (Montagney)

Art Rock.

Arts Council of Great Britain.

Arts Council of Ireland.

Arts Florissants, Les.

Art song.

Artufel, Dámaso

Artusi, Giovanni Maria

Artusini, Antonio

Artyomov, Vyacheslav Petrovich

Arundell [Arundel], Dennis (Drew)

Arutiunian, Aleksandr Grigori

Arzumanov, Valery Grantovich

As

As, Jamīl al-

Asaf'yev, Boris Vladimirovich [Glebov, Igor']

Asante [Ashanti] music.

Asas

ASCAP

Ascent, initial.

Asch, Moe [Moses]

Aschenbrenner, Christian Heinrich

Ascher, Leo

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew.

Aschpellmayr, Franz.

Asciolla, Dino [Edoardo]

Ascone, Vicente

Ascot, Rosa García.

‘Asei beroshim

Asenjo Barbieri, Francisco.

Ásgeirsson, Jón

Ashbourne(-Firman), Peter (Thomas)

Ashbrook, William (Sinclair)

Ashdown, Edwin

Ashe, Andrew

Asheim, Nils Henrik

Ashewell, Thomas.

Ashforth, Alden (Banning)

Ashkenazi music.

Ashkenazy, Vladimir (Davidovich)

Ashley.

Ashley [of Bath], John

Ashley, Robert (Reynolds)

Ashrafi, Muhtar

Ashton, Algernon (Bennet Langton)

Ashton, Sir Frederick (William Malandaine)

Ashton, Hugh.

Ashwell [Ashewell, Asshwell, Aswell, Hashewell], Thomas

Asia, Daniel (Issac)

Asian Music Forum.

Asioli, Bonifazio

Asioli, Francesco

Askenase, Stefan

Askew [Ascue, Askue], R.

Aslanishvili, Shalva

Asmahān

Asmatikē akolouthia

ASOL.

Asola [Asula, Asulae], Giammateo [Giovanni Matteo]

Aspen Music Festival and School.

Asperen, Bob (Jan Gerard) van

Aspiration

Asplmayr [Aspelmayr, Aspelmeier, Aschpellmayr, Appelmeyer etc.], Franz

Aspull, George

Asriel, Andre

Assai

Assandra, Caterina [Agata]

Assez

Assisi.

Assisi, Ruffino d’.

Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.

Associated Music Publishers [AMP].

Association for Recorded Sound Collections [ARSC].

Association Internationale d'Archives Sonores et Audiovisuelles.

Association Internationale des Bibliothèques Musicales

Associazione Toscana per la Ricerca delle Fonti Musicali.

Assoucy, Charles d’.

Assyria.

Assyrian church music.

Ast, Dietmar von.

Astaire, Fred [Austerlitz, Frederick]

Astarita [Astaritta], Gennaro

Aston, A. William.

Aston [Asseton, Assheton, Ashton, Haston], Hugh [Hugo]

Aston, Peter (George)

Aston Magna Foundation for Music and the Humanities.

Astor.

Astorga, Baron Emanuele (Gioacchino Cesare Rincón) d'

Astorga, Jean Oliver.

Astor Place Opera House.

Astrakhan.

Åstrand, (Karl) Hans (Vilhelm)

Astvatsatrian, Levon Arami

Asuar, José Vicente

Asula [Asulae], Giammateo.

Atabekian, Angela

Atanacković, Slobodan

Atanasov, [Athanassov] Georgi

Atanasov, Nikola

Atayan, Robert Arshaki

Atehortúa (Amaya), Blas Emilio

Atempause

A tempo

Ath, Andreas d'

Athanasian Creed.

Athanasiu-Gardeev, Esmeralda

Athenaeus

Athens

Atherton, David

Atherton, Michael (Jeffrey)

Athesinus, Leonardus.

Athos, Mount.

Atienza y Pineda, Francisco de

Atis.

Atkins, Sir Ivor (Algernon)

Atkins [Atkinson], John

Atlanta.

Atlantic.

Atlantic Symphony Orchestra.

Atlantov, Vladimir (Andreyevich)

Atlas, Dalia

Atnah.

Ato [Hatto] episcopus Trecensis

Atonality.

Atrash, Farīd al-

Atrio, Hermanus de.

Attacca

Attacco

Attaingnant, Pierre

Attenhofer, Carl

Atterberg, Kurt (Magnus)

Atterbury, Luffmann

Attey, John

Attwood, Thomas

Atumpan.

Atys [Atis; first name unknown]

Atzmon [Groszberger], Moshe

Aubade [aube]

Auber, Daniel-François-Esprit

Aubert.

Aubert, Louis(-François-Marie) (ii)

Aubert, (Pierre-François-)Olivier

Aubéry du Boulley, Prudent-Louis

Aubin, Tony (Louis Alexandre)

Aubry, Georges Jean.

Aubry, Marie

Aubry, Pierre

Aucassin et Nicolette.

Auckland.

Auda, Antoine

Audefroi le Bastart

Auden, W(ystan) H(ugh)

Audiffren, Jean

Audinot [Odinot, Oudinot], Nicolas-Médard

Auditory streaming.

Audran, Edmond

Aue, Hartmann von.

Auenbrugger [D’Auenbrugg], Marianna von

Auer, Leopold (von)

Auerhan, Chrétien.

Auernhammer [Aurnhammer, Aurenhammer], Josepha Barbara

Auffmann [Aufmann], Joseph Anton Xaver

Aufheben

Aufklärung

Auflösungszeichen

Aufreri, Damasceno.

Aufschnaiter [Aufschneider, Auffschnaidter], Benedict Anton

Aufstrich

Auftakt

Aufzug (i)

Aufzug (ii)

Augener.

Augenmusik

Augér, Arleen

Auget [Auger], Paul

Augmentation (i).

Augmentation (ii).

Augmented interval.

Augmented sixth chord.

Augmented triad.

Augsburg.

August, Peter

Augustine of Hippo [Aurelius Augustinus]

Augustini, Pietro Simone.

Augustinian canons.

Augustyn, Rafał

Aulen

Auletta, Domenico

Auletta, Pietro

Aulí, Juan

Aulin, Tor (Bernhard Vilhelm)

Aulin, (Laura) Valborg

Aulos

Aumann [Aumonn, Aumon, Auman], Franz Josef [Franz-Seraph, Johann, Leopold]

Aumerus.

Aura

Aureli, Aurelio

Aurelian of Réôme [Aurelianus Reomensis]

Aurelius Augustinus.

Auriacombe, Louis

Auric, Georges

Aurisicchio [Euresicchio, Eurisechio, Orisicchio], Antonio

Ausdrucksvoll

Ausfaltung

Ausführung

Auskomponierung

Auslösung

Ausm Thal, Alexander.

Aussensatz

Aussig

Austbö, Haakon

Austin.

Austin, Elizabeth

Austin, John

Austin, Larry (Don)

Austin, William W(eaver)

Austin Organs.

Austral [Fawaz, Wilson], Florence

Australasian Performing Right Association [APRA].

Australia.

Australia Ensemble.

Australian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society [AMCOS].

Austral Islands.

Austria

Ausweichung

Auszug (i)

Auszug (ii)

Auteri-Manzocchi, Salvatore

Autheman, Nicolas.

Authentic cadence.

Authenticity.

Authentic mode

Auto

Autograph.

Autoharp

Autumnus, Johann Andreas.

Aux-Cousteaux [Hautcousteaux], Artus [Arthur]

Auxiliary note [neighbour note]

Auxiliary stop.

Auza-León, Atiliano

Avant garde

Avanzolini, Girolamo

Avdeyeva, Larisa (Ivanovna)

Avella, Giovanni d’

Ave Maria

Avenarius [Habermann], Philipp

Avenarius [Habermann], Thomas

Avenary, Hanoch [Loewenstein, Herbert]

Avenpace.

Aventinus, Johannes [Turmair, Johann; Thurnmaier, John; Thurnmayer, Jean; Thurinomarus]

Ave regina caelorum

Averroes.

Aversi

Avery [Burton, Avery]

Avery, John

Avery Fisher Hall.

Avia, Jacob.

Avianus, Johannes [Johann]

Avicenna.

Avidom [Mahler-Kalkstein], Menahem

Avignon.

Avignone, Bertrand di.

Avilez [Avilés, Avilés Lusitano], Manuel Leitão [Leitam, Leitán] de

Avirmed, Baataryn

Avison, Charles

Avison, John (Henry Patrick)

Avison Edition.

Avitrano, Giuseppe Antonio

Avitsur, Eitan

Avni, Tzvi

Avoglio [Avolio; née Croumann or Graumann], Christina Maria

Avondano, Pedro António

Avosani, Orfeo

Avossa [d’Avossa; Avosa; Avos; d’Anossa], Giuseppe

Avotri, Kenneth.

Avraamov, Arseny Mikhaylovich

Avshalomov, Aaron

Avshalomov, Jacob (David)

Awang, Khatijah binti

Aweke, Ashter [Aster]

Awshīyāt.

Ax, Emanuel

Axman, Emil

Axt, William L.

Ayala Pérez, Daniel

Ayestarán, Lauro

Ayler, Albert

Ayleward, Richard

Ayliff [Aylif, Alyff, Ayloff, Ayloffe], Mrs

Aylward, Theodore

Ayo, Felix

Ayre.

Ayres (Johnson), Frederic

Ayrton, Edmund

Ayrton, William

Ayton, Fanny

Azaïs, Hyacinthe

Azanchevsky, Mikhail Pavlovich (von)

Azerbaijan.

Azerbayev, Kenen

Azevedo, Francisco Correa de.

Azevedo, Luiz Heitor Corrêa de [Heitor, Luiz]

Azevedo, (António) Sérgio (Arede Torrado Marques)

Azguime, Miguel (Mascarenhas Pinheiro de Azevedo)

Azione sacra

Azione teatrale

Aziz al-Shawān.

Azkue (Aberasturi), Resurrección María de

AZ Music [A-Z].

Aznavour, Charles [Aznavourian, Varenagh]

Azopardi [Azzopardi], Francesco

Azpiazú, Don

Azpilcueta, Martín de [Navarrus, Martinus]

Aztec music.

Azzaiolo, Filippo

Azzali, Augusto

Azzolini, Caterina

Azzolini, Sergio

B

B.

Ba.

Baaren, Kees van

Baarpijp

Babadjanian, Arno Harutyuni

Babaian, Vahram Ohani

Babán, Gracián

Babbi.

Babbitt, Milton (Byron)

Babcock, Alpheus

Babell [Babel], William

Babin, Victor

Babitz, Sol

Babou, Thomas

Babylonia.

Bacarisse (Chinoria), Salvador

Baccaloni, Salvatore

Baccelli, Matteo Pantaleone [Papia Leone]

Bacchae.

Bacchetta

Bacchini [Bacchino], Giovanni Maria [Fra Teodoro del Carmine]

Bacchius [Bakcheios Gerōn]

Bacchius [Bacchus, Bachus, Bachi, Bachy], Johannes de

Bacchus.

Bacchylides [Bakchylidēs]

Bacciccia.

Baccio Fiorentino.

Baccusi, Ippolito [Baccusii, Hippolyti]

Bacewicz, Grażyna

Bacfarc, Valentin.

Bach.

B–A–C–H.

Bach, August Wilhelm

Bach, Cecilia.

Bach, Jan (Morris)

Bach, Maria

Bach, P.D.Q.

Bach, Vincent [Schrottenbach, Vinzenz]

Bach-Abel Concerts.

Bacharach, Burt (F.)

Bachauer, Gina

Bach Choir.

Bach disposition.

Bache.

Bachelbel, Johann.

Bacheler [Bachiler, Batchiler, Batchelar], Daniel

Bachelet, Alfred

Bachelier, Louis

Bach-Gesellschaft.

Bach Guild.

Bach harpsichord

Bachiler, Daniel.

Bachklavier.

Bachmann, Carl Ludwig

Bachmann [née Stöwe], Charlotte Caroline Wilhelmine [Charlotte Wilhelmine Caroline]

Bachmann, Sixt [Joseph Siegmund Eugen]

Bachofen, Johann Caspar [Hans Kaspar]

Báchorek, Milan

Bach Revival.

Bachschmidt [Bachschmid], (Johann) Anton (Adam)

Bach Society.

Bach trumpet

Bachus, Johannes de.

Bacilieri, Giovanni

Bacilly [Basilly, Bassilly], Bénigne de

Back [Bagg], Konrad

Back, Oskar

Bäck, Sven-Erik

Back check.

Backer Grøndahl, Agathe (Ursula)

Backers, Americus

Backfall (i).

Backfall (ii).

Backfall [backwell] (iii).

Background

Background music.

Backhaus, Wilhelm

Backofen, Johann Georg Heinrich

Backus, John (Graham)

Bacon, Ernst

Bacon, Richard Mackenzie

Bacon [Baco], Roger

Bacquier, Gabriel (-Augustin-Raymond-Théodore-Louis)

Bacri, Nicolas

Bactria.

Baculewski, Krzysztof

Baçus Correçarius de Bononia, Johannes.

Badajoz, Garci Sánchez de

Badalla, Rosa Giacinta

Bądarzewska-Baranowska, Tekla

Badea, Christian

Bad Ems.

Baden, (Peter) Conrad (Krohn)

Baden-Baden.

Bader.

Badessa, Giovanni Battista.

Badger, Alfred G.

Badham, Charles

Badhan

Badia, Carlo Agostino

Badía [d’Agustí], Conchita [Conxita; Concepción]

Badian, Maya

Badinage, badinerie

Badings, Henk

Badini, Carlo Francesco

Badinski, Nikolai

Badoaro [Badoer, Badoero, Badovero], Giacomo [Iacopo]

Bado y Gómez, Juan del.

Badura-Skoda [née Halfar], Eva

Badura-Skoda [Badura], Paul

Baehr, Joseph.

Baena, Gonzalo de

Baena [Vaena], Lope de

Baer, Johann.

Baermann.

Baervoets, Raymond

Baethen [Batius, Bathenius], Jacob

Baetz.

Baeyens, August

Baez, Joan (Chandos)

Baeza [Vaeza] Saavedra, Juan de

Baffo, Giovanni [Joannes] Antonio

Bafoyev, Mustafa

Bagatelle.

Bagatti [Bagati], Francesco

Bagg, Konrad.

Bagge [Bach], Baron de [Ennal, Charles-Ernest]

Bagge, Selmar

Baggiani, Guido

Bag-hornpipe.

Bagiński, Zbigniew

Bağlama.

Bagliani, Carlo.

Baglioni, Antonio

Baglioni, Francesco [Carnace]

Baglioni [Ballioni], Girolamo

Baglioni, Luigi.

Bagnacavallo, Giuseppe da.

Bagni, Benedetto [Bagnius, Benedictus]

Bagniera [Bagnera, Baniera, Bannieri], Antonio [Antoine]

Bagnolesi, Anna Maria Antonia

Bagnols, Magister Leon de.

Bagpipe

Bags.

Baguala [joi-joi, tonada, vidalita, vidala coya].

Baguer, Carles [Carlos]

Baguette

Bahatïrow [Bogatïryov], Anatol' Vasil'yevich

Baher, Joseph.

Bahia.

Bahr [Bähr], Johann

Bähr, Johann.

Bähr, (Franz) Josef

Bähr, Joseph.

Bahrain

Bahr-Mildenburg [née Mildenburg von Bellschau], Anna

Bai, Tommaso.

Baiczka, Franz Xaver.

Baïf, Jean-Antoine de

Baij, Tommaso.

Baildon, Joseph

Baile.

Bailecito [bailecito de tierra].

Bailey [née Rinker], Mildred

Bailey, Norman (Stanley)

Bailey, Robert

Bailleux, Antoine

Baillie, Alexander

Baillie, Dame Isobel

Baillion [Ballioni, Baillon], Luigi de.

Baillot, Pierre (Marie François de Sales)

Baillou [Baylou, Ballion, Baillon, Baglioni], (Pietro) Luigi [Louis] (Francesco) de

Bailly, Henry du [de].

Bails, Benito

Baily, Anselm.

Bainbridge, Simon (Jeremy)

Bainbridge, William

Baines, Anthony C(uthbert)

Baines, Francis (Athelstan)

Baines, William

Baini, Giuseppe (Giacobbe Baldassarre)

Bainton, Edgar (Leslie)

Bainville, François

Baiocchi, Regina Harris

Baird, Tadeusz

Bairstow, Sir Edward C(uthbert)

Baitz.

Baj [Bai, Baij], Tommaso

Bajamonti, Julije [Giulio]

Bajete [Bajón]

Bajić, Isidor

Bajón

Bajoras, Feliksas Romualdas

Bakala, Břetislav

Bakcheios Gerōn.

Bakchos.

Bakchylidēs.

Bake, Arnold Adriaan

Bakels, Kees

Baker, Arthur.

Baker, Chet [Chesney Henry]

Baker, Israel

Baker, Dame Janet (Abbott)

Baker, Josephine

Baker, Michael Conway

Baker, Peter.

Baker, Theodore

Baker, William

Bakfark [Bacfarc, Bakfarc, Bakfarkh, Bakffark] [Greff alias Bakfark, Greff Bakfark], Valentin

Bakhor, Firuz

Bäkker, Dietrich.

Baklanov [Bakkis], Georgy (Andreyevich)

Bakshi, Aleksandr Moyseyevich

Bakuradze, Teimuraz

Bālābān [balaman, yasti balaman, duduk].

Balachander, S.

Balada, Leonardo

Balaguer, Juan de Sessé y.

Balakauskas, Osvaldas

Balakirev, Mily Alekseyevich

Balalaika.

Bălan, George

Balanced action

Balancement

Balanchine, George.

Balanchivadze.

Balasanyan, Sergey Artem'yevich

Balasaraswati, Thanjavur

Balasios [Balasios the Priest and Nomophylax; Balasēs ho Hiereūs kai Nomophylax]

Balassa, Sándor

Balatka, Hans

Balbastre [Balbâtre], Claude-Bénigne

Balbi, Giovan Battista [Giambattista; ‘il Tasquino’]

Balbi, Ignazio

Balbi, Lodovico [Ludovico]

Balbi, Luigi [Alviso, Alciso, Aluigi, Aloysius]

Balbiani-Vegezzi-Bossi.

Balbun, Noel [Noe].

Baldan, Angelo

Baldassari, Benedetto [Benedetti]

Baldassari [Baldassare, Baldasari], Pietro

Baldi, Antonio

Baldi, João José

Baldini, Vittorio

Baldoni, Tomaso.

Baldovino, Amadeo

Baldrati [Baldradi], Bartolomeo

Balducci, Francesco

Balducci, Giuseppe (Antonio Luigi Angelo)

Balduin, Noel [Noe].

Baldwin.

Baldwin, Dalton

Baldwin [Baldwine, Baldwyn, Baudewyn, Bawdwine], John

Baldwin organ.

Baldwyn, ?John

Bâle

Balestra, Reimundo.

Balestrieri, Thomas

Baley, Virko

Balfe, Michael William

Bali (i).

Bali (ii).

Baliani [Bagliani, Balliani, Basiliani], Carlo

Baline, Israel.

Balino.

Balissat, Jean

Balius y Vila, Jaime

Ball.

Ball, Ernest R.

Ball, George Thalben.

Ball, James

Ball, Michael

Ballabene [Bellabene], Gregorio

Ballabile

Ballad

Ballad, religious.

Ballade (i).

Ballade (ii).

Ballad horn.

Ballad opera.

Ballantine, Edward

Ballard.

Ballard, Louis W(ayne) [Honganózhe]

Ballarotti, Francesco

Ballata.

Ballestra [Balestra, ?Armbruster], Reimundo [Raimundo, Raimundus]

Ballet.

Ballet de cour

Ballet du XXème Siècle.

Ballet-héroïque

Ballet Lutebook

Ballet(s) Russe(s).

Ballett.

Balletti, Bernardino

Balletto

Balliani, Carlo.

Ballière de Laisement [Delaisement], (Charles-Louis-) Denis

Balliett, Whitney (L.)

Ballif, Claude (André François)

Balling, Michael

Ballioni, Girolamo.

Ballis, Oliviero

Ballo

Ballou, Esther (Williamson)

Balmer, Luc

Balmer & Weber Music House.

Bal'mont, Konstantin Dmitriyevich

Balo [bala, balafou, balafon].

Balox, Johannes

Balsach, Llorenç

Balsam, Artur

Balsamino, Simone

Balsys, Eduardas

Baltazar, Johannes.

Baltazarini.

Baltimore.

Baltin, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Baltsa, Agnes

Baltzar, Thomas

Bal y Gay, Jesús

Balyozov, Rumen

Balzac, Honoré de

Balzano [Balsano], Giuseppe

Bambaataa, Afrika.

Bamberg.

Bambini, Felice

Bambuco.

Bamert, Matthias

Bamfi [Banfi, Banfo], Alfonso

Bampton, Rose (Elizabeth)

Ban, Joan Albert [Bannius, Joannes Albertus]

Banān, Qolāmhoseyn

Banaster [Banastir, Banastre], Gilbert

Banchieri, Adriano [Tomaso]

Banci, Giovanni

Bancquart, Alain

Baniera, Antonio.

Band (i)

Band (ii)

Band, the.

Banda

Banda turca

Banderali, Davidde

Bandiera, Lodovico

Bandmaster

Bandola.

Bandolim

Bandolin

Bandoneon [bandoneón].

Bandora [pandora]

Band organ.

Bandoura.

Bandrowski-Sas [Brandt; Barski], Aleksander

Bandstand

Bandura [bandoura].

Bandurichen

Bandurria [mandurria].

Banerjee, Nikhil Ranjan

Banevich, Sergey

Banfi [Banfo], Alfonso.

Banfield, Stephen (David)

Banfield, Volker

Banister [Bannester].

Banister, Henry Charles

Banister, Henry Joshua [John]

Banjeaurine.

Banjo.

Banjulele [banjo ukulele].

Bankole, Ayo [Theophilus Ayeola]

Banks, Benjamin

Banks, Don(ald Oscar)

Bannester.

Banniera, Antonio.

Bannister, Henry(-Marriott)

Bannius, Joannes Albertus.

Banse, Juliane

Banshchikov, Gennady Ivanovich

Banti, Brigida Giorgi

Bantock, Sir Granville

Banwart, Jakob [?Avia, Jacob]

Baptie, David

Baptista, Johann.

Baptist church music.

Baptiste [Anet, Jean-Jacques-Baptiste]

Baptiste, Ludwig Albert Friedrich [Battista, Luigi Alberto Federigo]

Baquedano, José de.

Baqueiro Fóster, Gerónimo

Bar.

Bär, Joseph.

Bär, Olaf

Baraka, Amiri [Jones, (Everett) LeRoi]

Bar-Am, Benjamin [Berman, Bernhardt]

Barandello

Baranović, Krešimir

Bararipton.

Barat, Jean [Jehan].

Barba, Daniel dal.

Bārbad [Barbad].

Barbaia [Barbaja], Domenico

Barbaja, Domenico.

Barbandt [Barband, Barbant, Barbault], Charles [Stephan Carl Philipp]

Barbarini Lupus, Manfred

Barbarino, Bartolomeo [‘Il Pesarino’]

Barbat [barbat].

Barbato, Angelo

Barbay, Guillaume.

Barbe [Barbé].

Barbe, Helmut

Barbe, Jean-Baptiste

Barbeau, (Charles) Marius

Barbella, Emanuele

Barber (Donald), Chris(topher)

Barber, Llorenç

Barber, Robert (i)

Barber, Robert (ii)

Barber, Samuel (Osmond)

Barberá, José

Barberiis, Melchiore de

Barberini.

Barber Institute of Fine Arts.

Barberis, Mansi (Clemansa)

Barbershop.

Barbetta, Giulio Cesare

Barbey [Barbay, Barbet], Guillaume

Barbier, Jane

Barbier, René (Auguste Ernest)

Barbieri, Antonio

Barbieri [de Barbieri], Carlo Emanuele

Barbieri, Fedora

Barbieri, Francisco Asenjo

Barbieri, Lucio [Luzio]

Barbieri-Nini, Marianna

Barbingant [Barbinguant, Berbigant]

Barbion, Eustachius

Barbireau [Barbirianus], Jacobus

Barbirianus.

Barbirolli, Evelyn.

Barbirolli, Sir John [Giovanni Battista]

Barbitonsoris

Barbitos

Barbizet, Pierre

Barblan, Guglielmo

Barblan, Otto

Barbosa-Lima, Carlos

Barbosa Machado, Diogo

Barboteu, Georges

Barbour, J(ames) Murray

Barbu, Filaret

Barca, Alessandro

Barcarolle

Barce (Benito), Ramón

Barcelona.

Barcelona Mass.

Barcewicz, Stanisław

Bard.

Bardaisan [Bardesanes]

Bardanashvili, Ioseb

Bardd y Brenin.

Bardella, Il.

Bardi, Giovanni de', Count of Vernio

Bárdos, Kornél

Bárdos, Lajos

Bareia

Barenboim, Daniel

Barenboym, Lev Aronovich

Bärenreiter.

Barera [Barrera], Rodiano [Ahrodiano]

Barere [Barer], Simon

Baretti, Giuseppe (Marc’Antonio)

Bar form

Bargas, Urbán de.

Barges [Bargues], Antonino [Antonio]

Bargiel, Woldemar

Bargielski, Zbigniew

Bargnani, Ottavio

Bargues, Antonino.

Bargy, Roy F(rederick)

Bari.

Baricanor [bariclamans].

Barié, Augustin (Charles)

Bariera.

Barili, Alfredo

Baring-Gould, Sabine

Bariolage

Bariolla [Bariola, Barioli, Bariolus], Ottavio

Baripsaltes [barisonans, baritonans].

Bariton.

Baritone (i)

Baritone (ii) [Baritone horn]

Baritone oboe.

Baritono [flicorno baritono, bombardino]

Barizon, Philippe.

Bark, Jan (Helge Guttorm)

Barkauskas, Vytautas

Barker, Charles Spackman

Barkhudarian, Sarkis [Sergey Vasilyevich]

Barkin [née Radoff], Elaine

Barlaam [Bernard]

Barley, Willlam

Bar-line.

Barlow, Fred

Barlow, Klarenz [Clarence]

Barlow, Samuel L(atham) M(itchell)

Barlow, Wayne (Brewster)

Barmen.

Barmherzige Brüder.

Bärmig, Johann Gotthilf

Barnabei.

Barnard [née Pye], Charlotte Alington [Claribel]

Barnard, John

Barnby, Sir Joseph

Barn dance.

Barnekow, Christian

Barnes, John (Robert)

Barnet, Charlie [Daly, Charles]

Barnett, Alice (Ray)

Barnett, Carol E(dith Anderson)

Barnett, Clara Kathleen.

Barnett, John

Barnett, John Francis

Barns, Ethel

Barnum, P(hineas) T(aylor)

Barodekar, Hirabai

Baroffio, Bonifacio Giacomo

Baron, Ernst Gottlieb [Theofil]

Baroness, The.

Baroni.

Baroni, Antonio.

Baroque.

Baroxyton.

Bärpfeife

Barra [Barat], Hotinet [Hottinet, Houtinet, Hutinet, Jehan, Jean]

Barrachina, Clemente

Barradas [Pérez-Barradas], (María del) Carmen

Barrae, Leonardo.

Barraine, Elsa (Jacqueline)

Barraqué, Jean (Henri Alphonse)

Barrat, Jean.

Barraud, Henry

Barre (i)

Barre (ii)

Barré [jeu barré]

Barrè, Antonio

Barré [Barrae, Barri, Barret], Leonardo

Barrelhouse.

Barrel organ [hand organ, cylinder organ, box organ, street organ, grinder organ, Low Countries organ]

Barrel piano [cylinder piano, self-acting piano, street piano, café piano; sometimes inaccurately called barrel organ or hurdy-gurdy].

Barrera, Rodiano.

Barrera Gómez, Enrique

Barrère, Georges

Barret, Apollon(-Marie-Rose)

Barrett, John

Barrett, Richard

Barrett, Thomas Augustine.

Barrett, William Alexander

Barri, Leonardo.

Barrientos, Maria

Barriera [bariera, sbara].

Barrière, Etienne-Bernard-Joseph

Barrière, Françoise

Barrière, Jean

Barring (i).

Barring (ii).

Barring (iii).

Barrington, Daines

Barrios (Fernandez), Angel

Barrios Mangoré, Agustín (Pío) [Barrios, Agustín Pío]

Barron, Bebe [née Charlotte Wind]

Barron, Louis

Barrón, Ramón González.

Barroso, Ari (Evangelista)

Barroso Neto, Joaquim Antônio

Barrta, Josef.

Barrueco, Manuel

Barry, Gerald

Barry, John [Prendergast, John Barry]

Barry, Margaret [Maggie]

Barry, Phillips

Barsanti, Francesco

Barshay [Barshai], Rudol'f (Borisovich)

Barski, Aleksander.

Barsova, Inna Alekseyevna

Barsova [née Vladimirova], Valeriya (Vladimirovna)

Barstow, Dame Josephine (Clare)

Bart [Begleiter], Lionel

Bárta [Barrta, Bartha, Bartta], Josef

Bárta, Lubor

Bartalani, Orindio.

Bartali, Antonio.

Bartalus, István

Bartay, András

Bartay, Ede

Bartei, Girolamo

Bartei, Raffaele.

Bartelink, Bernard (Gerard Maria)

Barth.

Barth, Karl-Heinrich

Barth, Richard

Bartha, Dénes (Richard)

Bartha [Bartta], Josef.

Barthélemon, Cecilia Maria

Barthélemon, François-Hippolyte

Barthélemon, Mrs [Maria].

Barthélemy, Jean-Jacques

Barthélemy, Maurice(-Ghislain-Louis)

Bartholomaeus Comes.

Bartholomée, Pierre

Bartholomeus, Frater.

Bartholomeus Anglicus

Bartholus (de Florentia)

Bartleman, James

Bartlet, John

Bartlett, Homer N(ewton)

Bartók, Béla

Bartók Quartet.

Bartoletti, Bruno

Bartoli, Cecilia

Bartoli, Cosimo

Bartoli, Daniello

Bartoli [De Bartolo], Erasmo [‘Padre Raimo’]

Bartoli, Giovan Battista

Bartolini [Bartalani, Bertolini], Orindio

Bartolino da Padova [Magister Frater Bartolinus de Padua, Frater carmelitus, Frater Bartholomeus; erroneously: Dactalus de Padua]

Bartolo, Erasmo de.

Bartolomeo da Bologna [Bartholomeus de Bononia]

Bartolomeo degli Organi [Baccio Fiorentino]

Bartolomeus de Bruollis.

Bartolotti, Angelo Michele

Bartolozzi, Bruno

Bartolozzi, Therese.

Bartolucci, Ruffino.

Bartolus, Abraham

Barton, Marmaduke (Miller)

Bartoš, František (i)

Bartoš, František (ii)

Bartoš, Josef

Bartsch, Franz Xaver.

Bartulis, Vidmantas

Barvyns'ky, Vasyl' Oleksandrovych

Barwell, Mrs John.

Baryphonus, Henricus [Pipegrop, Pipgrop, Pipgroppe, Heinrich]

Baryton [bariton, barydon, paradon, paridon, pariton, viola di bardone, viola di bordone] (i).

Baryton (ii)

Baryton (iii)

Barzelletta

Barzin, Leon (Eugene)

Barzun, Jacques

Baschny, Józef.

Bas-dessus

Baseggio [Basseggio], Lorenzo

Basel

Baselli [Boselli, Bosello], Constantino

Baselt, Bernd

Baseo, Francesco Antonio

Basevi, Abramo

Baseya, Joan

Bashir, Djamil

Bashir, Munir

Bashkirov, Dmitry (Aleksandrovich)

Bashmakov, Leonid

Bashmet, Yuri (Abramovich)

Basie, Count [Bill; William]

Basile.

Basili.

Basiliani, Carlo.

Basilicus, Ciprianus.

Basilides, Mária

Basilj [Basily], Andrea.

Basilly, Bénigne de.

Basin, Adrien

Basiola, Mario

Basiron [Barizon, Baziron, Bazison], Philippe [Philippon, Phelippon]

Basis

Basle

Basner, Veniamin Yefimovich

Basque, André de.

Basque music.

Bass (i)

Bass (ii).

Bass (iii)

Bass (iv).

Bassadanza.

Bassanelli.

Bassani.

Bassani, Giovanni Battista

Bassani, Orazio [Orazio della Viola]

Bassano [Bassani, Piva].

Bassany, Lodovico.

Bass-bar

Bass-baritone

Bassbrechung

Bass clarinet

Bass drum.

Basse

Basse chantante

Basse chiffrée

Basse-contre

Basse danse

Basse de Flandre

Basse de musette.

Basse de violon

Basse d’harmonie

Bassée, Adam de la.

Basse fondamentale.

Basseggio, Lorenzo.

Bassengius [Bassengo; Passenger], Aegidius

Basse noble

Bassere, Jo.

Basse-taille

Basset clarinet.

Bassetgen

Basset-horn

Basset: Nicolo.

Basse-trompette [trombe].

Bassett [basset] (i)

Bassett (ii)

Bassett (iii).

Bassett (iv).

Bassett, Leslie (Raymond)

Bassey, Shirley

Bass flute (i).

Bass flute (ii).

Bass guitar.

Bass-horn.

Bassi, Amedeo

Bassi, Luigi

Bassilly, Bénigne de.

Bassklarinette

Bass line.

Basso

Basso, Alberto

Bass oboe.

Basso cantante

Basso continuo.

Basson (i)

Basson (ii)

Basson d'amour.

Basson quinte

Basson russe

Basso numerato

Bassoon

Bassoon stop.

Basso ostinato.

Basso profondo

Basso seguente.

Bass tuba.

Bassus

Bass viol.

Bass violin

Bastaini, Vincentio.

Bastard [Bastart], Jean

Bastiaans, Johannes Gijsbertus

Bastianelli, Giannotto

Bastianini, Ettore

Bastin, Jules

Bastini [Bastaini], Vincentio [Vincenzo di Pasquino]

Baston, John

Baston, Josquin

Bastos, Rafael José de Menezes

Baszny [Baschny], Józef

Bataille, Gabriel

Batardi, Antonio.

Batchelar [Batchilar], Daniel.

Bate, Jennifer

Bate, Philip (Argall Turner)

Bate, Stanley

Bateman, Robert

Batement

Bates, Django (Leon)

Bates, Joah

Bates [née Harrop], Sarah

Bates, Thomas

Bates, William [Jack Catch]

Bateson, Thomas

Bath.

Bath, Hubert

Bathe, William

Bathenius, Jacob.

Bathori, Jane [Berthier, Jeanne-Marie]

Bati, Luca

Batimientos

Batius, Jacob.

Bátiz, Enrique

Baton

Bâton

Bâton, Charles [le jeune]

Bâton, Henri [l'aîné]

Batrachus, Johannes.

Batsh, ‘Umar al-

Battaglia

Battaille, Charles (Amable)

Battement [batement, battements]

Battements

Batten.

Batten [Battin, Battyn], Adrian

Batterie (i)

Batterie (ii)

Batterie (iii)

Batterie (iv)

Battery

Batteux, Abbé Charles

Battiferri, Luigi

Battimenti

Battimento

Battin, Adrian.

Battishill, Jonathan

Battista, Luigi Alberto Federigo.

Battistelli, Giorgio

Battistini.

Battistini, Mattia

Battle, Kathleen

Battle music.

Batton, Désiré-Alexandre

Battre, H.

Battuta

Battuto [battute]

Batty

Battyn, Adrian.

Bätz

Bauchspiess, Severus.

Bauckholt, Carola

Baud-Bovy, Samuel

Baude de Rains [Baude Fresnel]

Baudelaire, Charles (Pierre)

Baudewyn, John.

Baudiot, (Charles-)Nicolas

Baudo, Serge

Baudouin des Auteus

Baudrexel, Philipp Jakob

Baudrier, Yves (Marie)

Baudron, Antoine Laurent

Bauer, Harold

Bauer, Joseph Anton

Bauer, Marion Eugénie

Bauer, Ross

Bäuerl, Paul.

Bauernflöte

Bauernleier

Baugé, André

Bauld, Alison (Margaret)

Bauldeweyn [Balbun, Balduin, Bauldewijn, Baulduin, Baulduvin, Valdovin], Noel [Noe, Natalis]

Baulduin, Noel.

Bauman, Thomas (Allen)

Baumann, Hermann (Rudolf Konrad)

Baumann, Max Georg

Baumbach, Friedrich August

Baumgarten, Alexander Gottlieb

Baumgarten, Karl [Carl] Friedrich

Baumgarten, Samuel Christian [Christopher Frederick]

Baumgartner [Baumgärtner], Johann Baptist [Jean Baptiste]

Baumgartner, Paul

Baumgartner, Rudolf

Baumgartner, Wilhelm

Bäumker, Wilhelm

Baur.

Baur, Jürg

Bausewein, Kaspar

Baussnern [Bausznern], Waldemar von

Bautista, Julián

Bauyn Manuscript

Bawdwine, John.

Bawr, (Alexandrine-)Sophie (Goury de Champgrand), Mme de [Comtesse de Saint-Simon, Baronne de Bawr; M. François]

Bax, Sir Arnold (Edward Trevor)

Baxter, J(esse) R(andall, jr)

Bayan

Bayard, Samuel Preston

Bayer [Beyer, Peyer], Andreas

Bayer, Johann Baptist.

Bayer, Joseph

Bayle, François

Bayley, Daniel

Baylou, Luigi de.

Bayly [Baily], Anselm

Baynes, Sydney

Bayo, Maria

Bayon Louis [née Bayon], Marie Emmanuelle

Bayreuth.

Bazelon, Irwin (Allen)

Bazin, François-Emmanuel-Victor

Bazino, Francesco.

Baziron [Bazison], Philippe.

Bázlik, Miro(slav)

Bazuin

Bazylik, Cyprian [Basilicus, Ciprianus; Cyprian z Sieradza; Ciprianus Sieradensis]

Bazzani, Francesco Maria

Bazzini, Antonio

Bazzini [Bazzino, Bazino], Francesco

Bazzini [Bazzino], Natale

B durum.

Be

Beach [née Cheney], Amy Marcy [Mrs H.H.A. Beach]

Beach Boys, the.

Bealand, Ambrose.

Beale, William

Beamish, Sally

Bean.

Bean, Hugh (Cecil)

Bearbeitung

Beard, John

Beardmore & Birchall.

Beare.

Beaser, Robert

Beastie Boys, the.

Beat (i)

Beat (ii).

Beat (iii).

Beat, Janet (Eveline)

Beater.

Beatles, the.

Beat Music.

Beatritz de Dia.

Beats

Beattie, James

Beatty, Josephine.

Beauchamps [Beauchamp], Pierre

Beauchamps, Pierre-François Godard de

Beaufils, Marcel

Beauharnais, Hortense Eugénie de.

Beaujoyeux [Beaujoyeulx], Balthasar de [Belgioioso, Baldassare de; ‘Baltazarini’]

Beaulaigue [Beaulègue], Barthélemy

Beaulieu, André Rosiers, Sieur de.

Beaulieu [Martin, Martin-Beaulieu], (Marie) Désiré

Beaulieu, Eustorg [Hector] de

Beaulieu, Girard de.

Beaulieu, Lambert de

Beaumarchais, Pierre-Augustin [Caron de]

Beaumesnil, Henriette Adélaïde Villard de

Beausseron [Beausiron], Johannes Bonnevin alias

Beauvais.

Beauvais, Vincent de.

Beauvarlet, Henricus

Beauvarlet-Charpentier, Jacques-Marie

Beauvarlet-Charpentier, Jean-Jacques

Beaux Arts Trio.

Beber, Ambrosius

Bebey, Francis

Bebization.

Bebop.

Bebung

Bec

Bécarre

Bécaud, Gilbert [Silly, François]

Beccatelli, Giovanni Francesco

Becce, Giuseppe

Becchi, (Marc’)Antonio di

Becerra(-Schmidt), Gustavo

Becerra Casanovas, Roger

Becher, Alfred Julius

Bechet, Sidney (Joseph)

Bechi, Gino

Bechler, Johann Christian

Bechstein.

Bechstein Hall.

Becilli, Giovanni.

Beck.

Beck, Anthony

Beck, Conrad

Beck, Franz [François] Ignaz

Beck, Frederick

Beck, Jean [Johann Baptist]

Beck, Jeff

Beck, Johann H(einrich)

Beck, Johann Hector

Beck, Sydney

Becken

Becker (i).

Becker (ii).

Becker, Albert (Ernst Anton)

Becker, Carl Ferdinand

Becker, Constantin Julius

Becker, Cornelius

Becker [Bekker, Bäkker], Dietrich [Diederich, Diedrich, Dierich]

Becker, Günther

Becker, Heinz

Becker, (Jean Otto Eric) Hugo

Becker, Jakob.

Becker, Jean

Becker, John J(oseph)

Becker, Judith O.

Becker, Rudolph Zacharias

Becker, Wilhelmine Ambrosch.

Beckerath, Rudolf von

Beckett [Becket], Philip

Beckett, Walter Koehler

Beckford, William

Becking, Gustav (Wilhelm)

Beckman, Bror

Beckmann, Johann Friedrich Gottlieb

Beckwith, John

Beckwith, John ‘Christmas’

Béclard d'Harcourt [née Béclard], Marguerite

Becuadro

Bečvařovský [Beczwarzowsky, Betschwarzowski, Betzwarzofsky], Antonín František [Anton Franz; Franz Anton]

Bédard, Hubert (François)

Bede [Beda venerabilis]

Bedeckher, Philipp Friedrich.

Bedford, Arthur

Bedford, David (Vickerman)

Bedford, Steuart (John Rudolf)

Bedient, Gene R.

Bedingham, John.

Bedini, Domenico

Bédos [Bedos] de Celles, François

Bedouin music.

Bedyngham [Bedyngeham, Bedingham, Bodigham, Bellingan, Benigun; perhaps also Boddenham, Bodenham, Bodneham and Bodnam], Johannes

Beecham, Sir Thomas

Beecham Opera Company.

Beecke, (Notger) Ignaz (Franz) von

Beecroft, Norma (Marian)

Beeland [Bealand, Beland, Biland, Byland], Ambrose

Beer, Friedrich.

Beer [Bähr, Baer, Behr, Ursus, Ursinus], Johann

Beer [Baehr, Baer, Baher, Bähr, Bär, Beere, Behr, Paer, Pär, Pehr], (Johann) Joseph [Jan Josef]

Beer-Walbrunn, Anton

Beesly, Michael

Beeson, Jack (Hamilton)

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Beethoven Association.

Beethovenhalle.

Beethoven Quartet.

Beets [Beetz].

Befa.

Beffroy de Reigny, Louis-Abel [Cousin Jacques]

Begaliyev, Muratbek

Beglarian, Eve (Louise)

Begleitung

Begnis, Giuseppe de

Bego-Šimunić, Anđelka

Begrez, Pierre (Ignace)

Béhague, Gerard (Henri)

Behaviourism.

Beheim [Behaim], Michel

Behr, Johann.

Behr, Joseph.

Behrend, (Gustav) Fritz

Behrend, Siegfried

Behrens, Hildegard

Behrens, Johan Diderik

Behrman, David

Beiaard

Beiderbecke, (Leon) Bix

Beijerman-Walraven, Jeanne

Beijing [Peking].

Beijing opera.

Beinum, Eduard (Alexander) van

Beissel [Beisel], (Georg) Conrad [Konrad]

Bek, Josef

Békésy, Georg von

Bekker, Dietrich.

Bekker, (Max) Paul (Eugen)

Bekker, Yakov Davidovich.

Bekku, Sadao

Beklemmt

Bel, Barthélemy le.

Bel, Mbilia

Belafonte, Harry [Harold George]

Belaieff.

Belamarić, Miro

Beland, Ambrose.

Belarus.

Belasio, Paolo.

Belaver, Vincenzo.

Bel canto

Belcher, Supply

Belcke, Friedrich (August)

Beldemandis, Prosdocimus de [Beldomandi, Prosdocimo de’].

Belém, António de

Belfast.

Bel Geddes, Norman [Geddes, Norman]

Belgian Congo.

Belgioioso, Baldassare de.

Belgische Vereniging voor Muziekwetenschap

Belgium.

Belgrade

Belgrade chant.

Beliczay, Gyula [Julius von]

Bélime, Jean.

Belimov, Sergey Aleksandrovich

Belin [Bellin], Guillaume

Belin, Julien

Belissen [Bellissen], Laurent

Belitz, Joachim

Belïy, Viktor Arkad'yevich

Belknap, Daniel

Bell (i)

Bell (ii)

Bell, John L(amberton)

Bell, Joshua

Bell, W(illiam) H(enry)

Bella, Ján Levoslav [Ján Ignác; Johann Leopold; János Leopold]

Bellabene, Gregorio.

Bellaigue, Camille

Bellamy, Peter

Bellamy, Richard

Bellamy, Thomas (Ludford)

Bellanda, Lodovico

Bellante, Dionisio

Bellasio [Belasio], Paolo

Bellavere [Belaver, Bell’aver, Bell’haver], Vincenzo

Bellay, Joachim du.

Bellazzi [Bellazzo, Bellatius], Francesco

Bell Diapason.

Belle, Jan

Bellère, Jean

Bellermann.

Belletti, Giovanni Battista

Belle van Zuylen [née Tuyll van Serooskerken, Isabella Agneta Elisabeth van]

Belleville, Anna Caroline de.

Belleville, Jacques de

Bell Gamba.

Bell guittern.

Bell harp

Bell’haver, Vincenzo.

Belli, Domenico

Belli, Girolamo

Belli, Giulio

Bellin, Guillaume.

Bellincioni, Gemma (Cesira Matilda)

Bellingan, Johannes.

Bellini, Vincenzo

Bellinzani, Paolo Benedetto

Bellis, Giovanni Battista de.

Bellison, Simeon

Bellissen, Laurent.

Bell-lyra [bell-lyre, lyra-glockenspiel]

Bellman, Carl Michael

Belloc, Enrique

Belloc-Giorgi [Bellochi; Giorgi-Belloc; née Trombetta], (Maria) Teresa

Bello [Abello, Vello] de Torices [Torizes], Benito [Benitto]

Bello Montero, Atanasio

Bellona and Rennell.

Belloni, Giuseppe

Bellosio, Anselmo

Bellotta, Francesco

Bellou, Sotiria

Bellovacensis, Vincentius.

Bellows.

Bells, tubular.

Belly [table, soundtable, soundboard, top plate]

Belly rail.

Belmonte

Bělohlávek, Jiří

Beloiu, Nicolae

Bel'styukow, Syarhey Pyatrovich

Beltramo di Fulgenzio.

Belwin-Mills.

Belyayev [Belaieff], Mitrofan Petrovich

Belyayev, Viktor Mikhaylovich

Bėlza, Igor' Fyodorovich

Bembo, Antonia

Bembo, Pietro

Bemetzrieder, Anton [Antoine]

Bemi.

Bemol

Bemus.

Bena, Augustin

Beňačková(-Cap), Gabriela

Benade, Arthur (Henry)

Benary, Barbara

Ben-Asher.

Benatzky, Ralph [Rudolph Josef František]

Bencard, Johann Kaspar

Bencini, Antonio

Bencini, Giuseppe

Bencini, Pietro Paolo

Benda.

Bendall, Wilfred (Ellington)

Bendazzi, Luigia

Bendeler, Johann Philipp

Bendeler, Salomon.

Bender, Paul

Bendidio, Lucrezia

Bendinelli [Bendinello], Agostino (i)

Bendinelli, Agostino (ii)

Bendinelli, Cesare

Bendīr [bendair].

Bendix, Victor (Emanuel)

Bendl, Karel

Bendler [Bendeler], Salomon

Bendusi, Francesco

Benecken, Friedrich Burchard.

Benedette di Giov. dito Benoit.

Benedetti, Francesco Maria

Benedetti, Gianfrancesco

Benedetti, Jacopo dei.

Benedetti, Luigi

Benedetti, Piero [Pietro]

Benedicamus Domino.

Benedicite [Canticle of the Three Children, Song of the Three Young Men].

Benedict, Sir Julius

Benedictine monks.

Benedictio cerei

Benediction [Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament]

Benedictional

Benedictiones.

Benedictis [Benedetti] da Pascarola, Giovanni Tommaso

Benedict of Nursia

Benedict of Peterborough

Benedictus (i)

Benedictus (ii)

Benedictus a Sancto Josepho [family name Buns]

Benedictus Ducis.

Benedictus Sirede.

Bene Israel, music of the.

Beneken [Benecken], Friedrich Burchard

Benelli, Antonio (Pellegrino)

Benenoit.

Beneš, Juraj

Benestad, Finn

Benet [Benett, Bennet, Benmet, Bonet, Bonnet, Jo. Benet Anglicus], John

Beneventan chant.

Beneventi, Giuseppe.

Benevento di San Rafaele.

Benevic, Antonín.

Benevoli, Orazio

Benga.

Bengali music.

Bengoecha de Cármena, Soledad

Bengraf, (Johann) Joseph

Bengtsson, Erling Blöndal

Bengtsson, (Lars) Ingmar (Olof)

Benguerel (y Godó), Xavier

Ben-Haim [Frankenburger], Paul

Benigni.

Benigun, Johannes.

Benin

Benincori, Angelo Maria

Benítez, Joaquim M(aria)

Benito (y Barbero), Cosme Damián José de

Benjamin, Anton J.

Benjamin, Arthur (Leslie)

Benjamin, George (William John)

Benjamin, William E(mmanuel)

Benjelloun, Hajj Driss [Bin Jallūn al-Tuwīmī, al-Hājj Idrīs]

Benkő, András [Andrei]

Ben marcato

Benmet, John.

Benn, Johann

Bennet, John (i)

Bennet [Bennett], John (ii).

Bennett, John

Bennett, Joseph

Bennett [DiFiglia], Michael

Bennett, Sir Richard Rodney

Bennett, Robert Russell

Bennett, William (Ingham Brooke)

Bennett, Sir William Sterndale

Bennewitz [Benevic], Antonín

Benoctus de Francia.

Benois, Alexandre [Benua, Aleksandr Nikolayevich]

Benoist, François

Benoist, Nicolaus

Benoit [Benedictus Sirede, Benoctus de Francia, Benenoit, Benedette di Giov. dito Benoit, Benotto di Giovanni, Benottus de Ferraria]

Benoît, Camille

Benoit, Marcelle

Benoit, Peter (Leonard Leopold)

Benotto di Giovanni [Benottus de Ferraria].

Benser, John Daniel

Benserade, Isaac de

Ben-Shabetai, Ari

Benson, George

Benson, Ivy

Benson, Warren (Frank)

Bent, Ian D(avid)

Bent [née Bassington], Margaret (Hilda)

Benthem, Jaap [Jacob Barend] van

Benti [Bente], Matteo

Bento Gomes, Manoel de S.

Bentoiu, Pascal

Benton, Brook [Peay, Benjamin Franklin]

Benton, Rita

Bentwich, Thelma.

Bentzon, Jørgen (Liebenberg)

Bentzon, Niels Viggo

Benua, Aleksandr Nikolayevich.

Benucci, Francesco

Benvenuti, Arrigo

Benvenuti, Giacomo

Benvenuti, Nicola [Niccolino]

Benzi, Roberto

Beograd

Beolco, Angelo [Ruzante]

Bequadro

Berain, Jean

Beranek, Leo (Leroy)

Béranger, Pierre-Jean de

Bérard, Jean-Antoine [not Jean-Baptiste]

Berardi, Angelo

Beratha, I Wayan

Berberian, Cathy [Catherine]

Berber music.

Berberov, Rostislav Nikolayevich

Berbigant.

Berbiguier, Antoine (Benoît) Tranquille

Berceuse

Berchem, Jacquet de

Berchenshaw [Berkenshaw], John.

Beregan [Berengani, Bergani], Nicolò

Beregovsky, Moisey (Yakovlevich) [Aron-Moysha]

Beregszászy, Lajos

Bereketes, Petros [Bereketēs, Petros; Byzantios, ho Melōdos, Glykys, Tzelepēs, Kouspazoglou]

Berengerius de Orehem.

Berenguier de Palazol [Parazol, Pararol, Pararols, Palaol, Palaiol, Palon]

Berens, (Johann) Hermann

Berenstadt, (Sebastiano) Gaetano

Beretta, Bonaventura

Beretta [Beretti, Berretta], Francesco

Berettari, Aurelio

Berezovsky, Boris

Berezovs'ky, Maksym Sozontovych

Berezowsky, Nikolai [Berezovsky, Nikolay Tikhonovich]

Berg, Adam

Berg, Alban (Maria Johannes)

Berg, George [?Georg]

Berg, Gunnar (Johnsson)

Berg, Joachim.

Berg, Johann vom [Montanus; vom Perg, Johann; von Berg, Johann]

Berg, Josef

Berg [Rexroth-Berg], (Carl) Natanael

Bergamasca [bergamasco, bergomask]

Bergamo.

Bergamo, Petar

Bergani, Nicolò.

Berganza (Vargas), Teresa

Berge, Håkon

Bergeijk, Gilius van

Bergen.

Bergen, Gimel [Berg, Joachim; Montanus]

Berger, Andreas

Berger, Arthur (Victor)

Berger, Christian

Berger, Erna

Berger, Francesco [Francis]

Berger, Ludwig

Berger, Roland

Berger, Roman

Berger, Theodor

Berger, Wilhelm (Reinhard)

Berger, Wilhelm Georg

Bergerette (i)

Bergerette (ii)

Bergerette (iii)

Berggreen, Andreas Peter

Bergh, Gertrude van den

Berghaus, Ruth

Berghe, Frans van den.

Bergholz [Perdeholtz, Perkholtz], Lucas

Berghout, Phia [Sophia] (Rosa)

Bergier, Nicolas

Bergijk, Johannes van.

Bergiron [Bergiron de Briou], Nicolas-Antoine, Seigneur du Fort Michon

Bergkreyen.

Berglund, Paavo (Allan Engelbert)

Bergman, Erik (Valdemar)

Bergmann, Carl

Bergmann, Walter (Georg)

Bergmans, Paul (Jean Etienne Charles Marie)

Bergna, Antonio

Bergonzi.

Bergonzi, Carlo (ii)

Bergreihen [Bergreyen, Bergkreyen]

Bergsagel, John D(agfinn)

Bergsma, William (Laurence)

Bergson [Bergsohn], Michał [Michel]

Bergt, (Christian Gottlob) August

Bergwald, Victor von.

Beria, Giovanni Battista

Berigan, Bunny [Roland Bernard]

Berimbau [berimbau de barriga, urucungu, rucumba].

Beringen.

Beringer, Maternus

Beringer, Oscar

Berinsky, Sergey Samuilovich

Berio, Luciano

Bériot, Charles-Auguste de

Bériot, Charles-Wilfrid

Berkeley.

Berkeley, Sir Lennox (Randall Francis)

Berkeley, Michael (Fitzhardinge)

Berkeley Manuscript

Berken, Jo.

Berkenstock, Johann Adam.

Berkovec, Jiří

Berkshire Festival.

Berkshire Music Center.

Berl, Christine

Berlatus [?Berlantus]

Berlengerius de Oreim.

Berlijn, Anton [Aron Wolf]

Berlin.

Berlin, Irving [Baline, Israel]

Berlin, Johan Daniel

Berlioz, (Louis-)Hector

Berman, Bernhardt.

Berman, Boris

Berman, Eugene [Yevgeny Gustavovich]

Berman, Lazar' (Naumovich)

Bermann, Jeremias.

Bermúdez, Pedro

Bermúdez Silva, Jesús

Bermudo, Juan

Bernabei [Barnabei].

Bernac [Bertin], Pierre

Bernacchi, Antonio Maria

Bernal, Afonso Perea

Bernal Gonçález, ?José

Bernal Jiménez, Miguel

Bernaola, Carmelo Alonso.

Bernard, Emery.

Bernard, (Jean) Emile (Auguste)

Bernard, Etienne [Stevan] [Bernardi, Stefanus; Bernardo, Estevan; Vernart, Esteban]

Bernard, Matvey Ivanovich

Bernard, Pierre-Joseph [Gentil-Bernard]

Bernard, Robert

Bernardel.

Bernardi, Bartolomeo

Bernardi, Francesco.

Bernardi, Mario

Bernardi, Stefano [Steffano]

Bernardi, Stefanus.

Bernardini, Marcello [Marcello da Capua]

Bernardino di Pietro.

Bernardo, Estevan.

Bernardo delle Girandole.

Bernard of Clairvaux

Bernardon [Kurz-Bernardon], Joseph Felix von.

Bernardus.

Bernart de Ventadorn [de Ventador, del Ventadorn, de Ventedorn]

Bernasconi, Alessio Boileau.

Bernasconi, Andrea

Bernasconi [Wagele], Antonia

Bernat-Verí, Jorge Bosch.

Berne

Bernelinus

Berner, Alfred

Berner, Friedrich Wilhelm

Berners, Lord [Tyrwhitt-Wilson, Sir Gerald Hugh, Baronet]

Bernet Kempers, Karel Philippus

Bernger von Horheim [Berengerius de Orehem, Berlengerius de Oreim]

Bernhard, Christoph

Bernier, Nicolas

Bernier, René

Bernoneau [Bernnoneau], Hilaire [Hilarius]

Berno of Reichenau [Berno Augiensis; Bernardus]

Bernoulli, Daniel

Bernstein, Elmer

Bernstein, Lawrence F.

Bernstein, Leonard [Louis]

Bernstein, Martin

Béroff, Michel

Berr [Beer], Friedrich

Berra, Marco

Berretta, Francesco.

Berry, Chuck [Charles Edward Anderson]

Berry, Théodore.

Berry, Wallace (Taft)

Berry, Walter

Bersa, Blagoje

Bersag horn

Berselli, Matteo

Bershadskaya, Tat'yana Sergeyevna

Bertali [Bertalli, Berthali, Bartali, Barthali, Bertaldi], Antonio

Bertalotti, Angelo Michele

Bertani, Lelio

Bertati, Giovanni

Berté, Heinrich [Harry]

Berteau [Berthault, Bertaud], Martin

Bertezen, Salvatore

Bertha, Sándor

Berthault, Martin.

Bertheaume [Berthéaume, Berthaume], Isidore [Julien]

Berthier, Jacques

Berthier, Jeanne-Marie.

Berthod, François

Berthold [Bernold] de Lantins.

Bertholdo, Sperindio.

Bertholusius [Bertholussius, Berthulusius], Vincentius.

Berti, Carlo [Bertus, Carolus]

Berti, Giovanni Pietro

Bertie, Willoughby.

Bertin, Louise(-Angélique)

Bertin de La Doué, Toussaint

Bertini, (Benoît-)Auguste

Bertini, Gary

Bertini, Giuseppe

Bertini, Henri(-Jérôme)

Bertini, Salvatore [Salvadore]

Bertinotti(-Radicati), Teresa

Bertola, Giovanni Antonio.

Bertoldi, Bertoldo di

Bertoldo [Bertholdo], Sperindio [Sperandio, Sper'in Dio]

Bertoli [Bertola], Giovanni Antonio

Bertolini, Orindio.

Bertolli, Francesca

Bertolotti, Bernardino

Bertolotti, Gasparo.

Bertolusi [Bertholussius, Bertholusius, Bertulusius], Vincenzo [Vincentius]

Bertomeu (Salazar), Agustín

Berton.

Bertoncini, Mario

Bertoni, Ferdinando (Gasparo) [Giuseppe]

Bertouch [Bertuch], Georg von

Bertouille, Gérard

Bertram, Johann [Johannes]

Bertrand, Anthoine [Antoine] de

Bertrand, Jean (Edouard) Gustave

Bertrand, Nicolas

Bertrand di Avignone.

Bertran de Born

Bertuch, Georg von.

Bertus, Carolus.

Bertz.

Berutti, Arturo

Berutti, Pablo

Berwald.

Berzé, Hugues de.

Bes

Besançon.

Besancourt

Besanzoni, Gabriella

Besard, Jean-Baptiste [Besardus, Joannes Baptista]

Beseda

Besetzung

Besler, Samuel

Besler, Simon

Besoyan, Rick [Richard] (Vaugh)

Besozzi [Besuzzi, Bezocy, Bezozi, Bezozzi, Bezzossi, Bisuzzi, Bizzossi, Pessozi].

Bessaraboff, Nicholas [from 1945 Nicholas Bessaraboff Bodley]

Bessel, Vasily Vasil'yevich

Besseler, Heinrich

Besses (i Bonet), Antoni

Besson.

Besson, (Michel-)Gabriel

Bessón, Gabriel Díaz.

Besson, Gabriel-Louis

Best, Matthew

Best, W(illiam) T(homas)

Besuzzi.

Beta Israel, music of the.

Betanio [Bethanio, Betani], Fausto.

Betella, Paolo.

Béthizy, Jean Laurent de

Bethlehem Bach Festival.

Béthune, Conon de.

Bethune (Green), Thomas [Blind Tom]

Betini, Matteo [Matheus].

Betscher, Nikolaus [Leonardus Wolfgangus]

Betschwarzowski, Antonín František.

Bettella [Betella], Paolo

Bettendorf, Emmy

Bettlerleier

Betterton, Thomas

Bettinelli, Bruno

Bettini, Giovanni

Bettino, Geronimo

Betts, John

Betz.

Betz, Franz

Betzwarzofsky, Antonín František.

Beurhaus, Friedrich

Beuron.

Beveringen [Bevernage], Andreas [André, Andries].

Bevignani, Enrico

Bevilacqua, Mario

Bevin, Elway

Bevington.

Bewegt

Bewerunge, Heinrich [Henry]

Bexfield, William Richard

Beydts, Louis (Hector Antoine)

Beyer, Andreas.

Beyer, Ferdinand

Beyer, Frank Michael

Beyer, Johanna (Magdalena)

Beyer, Johann Baptist.

Beyer, Johann Samuel

Beyle, Henri.

Bèze, Théodore de

Bezekirsky, Vasily Vasil'yevich

Bezić, Jerko

Bezifferter Bass

Beznosiuk, Lisa (Maria)

Beznosiuk, Pavlo (Roman)

Bezocy [Bezozi, Bezozzi, Bezzossi].

Bezuglova, Irina Fedotovna

B fa [Befa].

Bhangra (from Punj. bhāgrā).

Bharata.

Bhatkhande, Vishnu Narayan

Bhosle, Asha

Bhutan.

Biaggi, Girolamo Alessandro

Biagi [Blasi], Luca

Bialas, Günter

Bianca

Biancardi, (Nicolò) Sebastiano.

Bianchi [Bianco], Andrea

Bianchi, Antonio (i)

Bianchi, Antonio (ii)

Bianchi, Antonio (iii)

Bianchi, Caterino

Bianchi, (Giuseppe) Francesco

Bianchi, Giovanni

Bianchi, Giovanni Battista (i)

Bianchi, Giovanni Battista (ii)

Bianchi [‘dal Cornetto’], Giulio Cesare

Bianchi, Giuseppe

Bianchi [Tozzi], Marianna

Bianchi, Pietro Antonio.

Bianchiardus, Francesco.

Bianchini [Bianchini Veneziano], Domenico [‘il Rossetto’, ‘il Rosso’]

Bianchini, Francescho [Blanchin, François]

Bianchini [Blanchino], Giovanni Battista

Bianchy, Jacobelus

Bianciardi [Blanchardus, Bianchiardus], Francesco

Bianco, Andrea.

Bianco, Giovanni Battista

Bianco [Bianchi], Pietro Antonio

Bianconi, Lorenzo (Gennaro)

Biandrà [Blandrati, De Blandrate], Giovanni Pietro

Bianqing.

Bibalo, Antonio

Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von

Biber von Bibern, Karl Heinrich

Bibiena [Bibbiena].

Biblical instruments.

Bibliography of music.

Bibyk, Valentyn Savych

Bicci, Antonio

Bicilli [Becilli, Biccilli], Giovanni

Bicinium

Bickel, Conrad.

Bickerstaff, Isaac (John)

Bickham, George, jr

Bidera, Giovanni Emanuele

Bideri, Ferdinando.

Bidermann [Biderman].

Bidon [Collebaudi, Colebault], Antonio [da Asti]

Biechteler, Benedict

Biechteler, Ignatius

Biechteler [Biechteller, Biechtele, Piechteler, Wiechteler, Wiechterl] von Greiffenthal, Matthias Siegmund [Mattia Sigismondo]

Biedermeier

Biego, Paolo

Biehle, August Johannes

Biel, Michael von

Bieling, Franz Ignaz

Bieling, Joseph Ignaz.

BIEM

Biener, Mathias.

Bientina, Il.

Bienvenu, Florent

Bierdiajew, Walerian

Bierey, Gottlob Benedict

Biernacki, Nikodem

Biezen, Jan van

Bifara [Biffaro].

Bifetto [Biffetto], Francesco

Biffi, Antonio [Antonino]

Biffi, Gioseffo

Bigaglia, Diogenio

Bigard, Barney [Albany Leon]

Bigelow, Michael L.

Biggs, E(dward George) Power

Biggs, (William) Hayes

Bignami, Carlo

Bignami, Otello

Bignens, Max

Bignetti, Emilio

Bigonzi, Giuseppe

Bigophone [Bigothphone].

Bigot, Eugène

Bigot (de Morogues) [née Kiené], Marie

Big Youth [Buchanan, Manley Augustus]

Bihari, János

Bihler, Franz.

Biland, Ambrose.

Bilash, Oleksandr Ivanovych

Bilbao

Bilbao, Beatriz

Bildstein, Hieronymus

Billart

Billaudot.

Billeter, (Otto) Bernhard

Billhon, Jhan de.

Billi, Lucio

Billings, William

Billington [née Weichsel], Elizabeth

Billington, Thomas

Billon [Billhon], Jhan [Jan, Jehan, Joannes] de [du]

Bilson, Malcolm

Bilstein [Bilstenius], Johannes

Bimboni, Alberto

Bimio, Giacomo Filippo.

Bimler, Georg Heinrich.

Bi-musicality.

Bīn (i).

Bīn (ii).

Bin ‘Abd al-Jalīl, ‘Abd al-‘Azīz

Binaghi [Binago], Benedetto

Binaria

Binary form.

Binchois [Binchoys], Gilles de Bins [Binch, Binche] dit

Binder, Carl

Binder, Christlieb Siegmund

Binet, Jean

Bing, Sir Rudolf

Bing, Stephen

Binge, Ronald

Bingham, Judith (Caroline)

Bingham, Seth Daniels

Bini, Pasquale [Pasqualino]

Binički, Stanislav

Biniou

Bin Jallūn al-Tuwīmī, al-Hājj Idrīs.

Binkerd, Gordon (Ware)

Binkley, Thomas (Eden)

Binns [Hoyle], John

Binns, Malcolm

Biography.

Biondi, Fabio

Biondi [Cesena], Giovanni Battista

Biondin.

Bioni, Antonio

Biordi, Giovanni

Bi-punctum, tri-punctum [double punctum, triple punctum].

Biquardus.

Birchall, Robert

Birchensha [Berchenshaw, Berkenshaw, Birkenshaw], John

Birchtree.

Birck [Birckh], Wenzel Raimund (Johann).

Birckenstock, Johann Adam.

Bird, Arthur H(omer)

Bird instruments.

Birdsong.

Bird warbler.

Biret, Idil

Birgisson, Snorri Sigfús

Birimbao.

Biriotti, León

Birk, Wenzel Raimund (Johann).

Birkenshaw, John.

Birkenstock [Birckenstock, Birkenstok, Berkenstock], Johann Adam

Birmingham.

Birnbach.

Birnbaum, Eduard

Birnstein, Renate

BIRS.

Birtner, Herbert

Birtwistle, Sir Harrison

BIS.

Bisbigliando

Biscardi, Chester

Bischof, Rainer

Bischoff, Hans

Bischoff, John (Lee)

Bischoff, Ludwig Friedrich Christian

Bischoff [Bischof, Episcopus], Melchior

Biscogli, Francesco

Biscroma

Biseghino, Giovanni

Bishop.

Bishop [née Riviere], Anna

Bishop, Sir Henry R(owley)

Bishop, John

Bishop, Stephen.

Bishop-Kovacevich, Stephen.

Bisiach.

Bismantova [Bis Mantoua], Bartolomeo

Bismarck Islands.

Bisozzi.

Bispham, David (Scull)

Bisquertt (Prado), Próspero

Bisschop, Ludovicus de.

Bisson, Loys

Bistropha.

Biteryng.

Bitetti (Ravina), Ernesto (Guillermo)

Bitgood [Wiersma], Roberta

Bithner, Jacob.

Bitogu.

Bitonality.

Bitter, Carl Hermann

Bitti, Martino

Bittner [Bithner, Büttner], Jacob [Jacques]

Bittner, Julius

Bittoni, Bernardo (Raimondo)

Biumi [Bimio], Giacomo Filippo

Bi-virga, tri-virga [double virga, triple virga].

Biwa.

Bizcargui, Gonzalo Martínez de.

Bizet, Charles.

Bizet, Georges (Alexandre-César-Léopold)

Bizey [Bizet], Charles Joseph

Bizzarro, Il.

Bizzossi.

Bjelinski, Bruno

Bjerre, Jens

Björk (Gundmundsdottir)

Bjørkvold, Jon-Roar

Björling, Jussi [Johan] (Jonaton)

Björnsson, Árni

Blacher, Boris

Blachut, Beno

Black, Andrew

Black(stone), Don(ald)

Black, John

Black American music.

Black bottom [black shuffle].

Blackburn, Bonnie J(ean)

Blackburn, (Joseph Albert) Maurice

Blackface minstrelsy.

Blackhall, Andrew

Blacking, John (Arthur Randoll)

Blackmar, A(rmand) E(dward)

Black Sabbath.

Black shuffle.

Blacksmith [Blakesmit, Blakismet], Henry

Blackwell, Chris

Blackwell, Isaac

Blackwell, Otis

Blackwell, Scrapper [Black, Francis Hillman]

Blackwood, Easley

Bladder and string.

Bladder pipe

Blades, James

Blades, Ruben

Blado, Antonio

Blaes, Arnold Joseph

Blaes [née Meerti], Elisa

Blagrave, Thomas

Blagrove.

Blahetka, (Anne Marie) Leopoldine

Blahoslav, Jan

Blaikley, David James

Blainville, Charles Henri de

Blaise, Adolfe Benoît

Blaison, Thibaut de.

Blak, Kristian

Blake, Benjamin

Blake, Christopher (Hugh)

Blake, David (Leonard)

Blake, Eubie [James Hubert]

Blake, George E.

Blake, Howard

Blake, Richard

Blakesmit [Blakismet], Henry.

Blakey, Art [Abdullah ibn, Buhaina]

Blamauer, Karoline Wilhelmine.

Blamont, François Collin de.

Blanc, Didier le.

Blanc, Ernest

Blanca

Blancafort (de Rosselló), Manuel

Blancafort Paris, Alberto

Blanchard, Antoine [Antonius] dit Esprit

Blanchard, Henri-Louis

Blanchardus, Francesco.

Blanche

Blancher, M.

Blanchet.

Blanchet, Emile-Robert

Blanchet, Joseph

Blanchin, François.

Blanck (Valef), Hubert de.

Blanckenburg, Quirinus Gerbrandszoon van.

Blanckenmüller [Blanckmüller, Planckenmüller], Georg [Jörg]

Blanck Martín, Olga de.

Blancks [Blanks], Edward.

Blanco (Rodríguez), Juan

Blancq, Edward.

Blancrocher.

Bland.

Bland, James A(llen)

Bland, John

Blandrati, Giovanni Pietro.

Bland & Weller.

Blangini, (Giuseppe Marco Maria) Felice

Blank, Allan

Blankenburg [Blanckenburg, Blanckenburgh], Quirinus [Quirijn, Gideon] Gerbrandszoon van

Blankenburg, Walter

Blankes [Blanks, Blancks, Blanke, Blancq], Edward

Blanquer, Amando

Blanter, Matvey Isaakovich

Blanton, Jimmy [James]

Blaramberg, Pavel Ivanovich

Blarer [Blaurer], Ambrosius

Blas-

Blasco de Nebra (Orlandi), Manuel

Blas de Castro, Juan

Blasi, Luca.

Blasis, Carlo

Blasius

Blasius, (Mathieu-)Frédéric [Mathaeus, Matthäus]

Blason, Thibaut de.

Blatný, Josef

Blatný, Pavel

Blatt, František Tadeáš

Blau, Jenő.

Blaukopf, Kurt

Blaurer, Ambrosius.

Blautz, Gabriel.

Blavet, Michel

Blaze, François Henri Joseph.

Blažek, Zdeněk

Blazon, Thibaut de.

Blech

Blech, Harry

Blech, Leo

Blechbläser

Blechflöte

Blegen, Judith

Blesh, Rudi [Rudolph] (Pickett)

Blessi, Manoli.

Blessinger, Karl

Blewitt, Jonas

Blewitt, Jonathan

Bley [née Borg], Carla

Bleyer, Georg

Bleyer, Nicolaus

Blich, Richard

Blikken fluit

Blindennotenschrift, Blindennotation

Blindhamer [Blindthaimer, Blyndthamer, Plinthamer], Adolf

Blind octaves.

Blind Tom.

Bliss, Sir Arthur (Drummond)

Bliss, Philip Paul

Blithe, Richard.

Blitheman [Blithman, Blytheman, Blythman], John

Blitzstein, Marc [Marcus] (Samuel)

Bloc de bois

Bloch, Augustyn (Hipolit)

Bloch, Ernest

Bloch, Ernst

Blochwitz, Hans Peter

Blockflöte (i)

Blockflöte (ii)

Block harmony.

Blockland [Brockland], Cornelius [Corneille de] [Montfort, Corneille de]

Blockwerk

Blockx, Jan

Blodek, Vilém

Blok, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Blokviool.

Blokwerk.

Blom, Eric (Walter)

Blomberg, Leopold

Blomdahl, Karl-Birger

Blome [Bloym]

Blomstedt, Herbert (Thorson)

Blondeau, Pierre

Blondeau, Pierre-Auguste-Louis

Blondel, Jorge Urrutia.

Blondel, Louis-Nicolas

Blondel de Nesle

Blondi [Blondy, Blonde], Michel

Blondie.

Blondy, Alpha [Seydou Kone]

Blood, Sweat and Tears.

Bloom, Robert

Bloomfield, Fannie.

Bloomington.

Blossom Music Center.

Blount, Herman ‘Sonny’.

Blow, John

Bloym.

Bluebeat.

Bluegrass music.

Blue note (i).

Blue Note (ii).

Blues.

Blues progression.

Blues-rock.

Blühmel, Friedrich

Blum, Robert

Blum, (Robert) Stephen

Blume, Friedrich

Blumenfeld, Fannie.

Blumenfeld, Felix (Mikhaylovich)

Blumental, Felicja [Blumenthal, Felicia]

Blumer, Rodney (Milnes).

Blumner, Martin (Traugott Wilhelm)

Blundell, James

Blundevile, John

Blur.

Blüthner.

Blyma, Franz Xaver

Blyth, (Geoffrey) Alan

Blyth, Samuel

Blytheman [Blythman], John.

Blyton, Carey

BMG [Bertelsmann Music Group].

BMI [Broadcast Music Inc.].

B mi [Bemi].

B molle

B mollis.

Bo.

Bo, Sonia

Boas, Franz

Boatner, Edward Hammond

Boatwright, Howard (Leake)

Bobescu, Constantin

Bobillier, Marie.

Bobïlyov, Leonid Borisovich

Bobization.

Bobo, Roger

Bobowski, Wojciech.

Bobrovsky, Viktor Petrovich

Bobrowicz, Jan Nepomucen

Bocal

Bocan.

Boccaber, Matteo.

Boccaccio, Giovanni

Bocca chiusa

Boccalino [Boccalini, Boccarini], Francesco

Boccherini, (Ridolfo) Luigi

Bocedization [bocedigalomani; bobization].

Bocham.

Bochmann, Christopher (Consitt)

Bochsa, (Robert) Nicholas Charles

Bock

Böck.

Bock, Jerry [Jerrold] (Lewis)

Bockelmann, Rudolf (August Louis Wilhelm)

Böckh, (Philipp) August

Bockholdt, Rudolf

Böcklin von Böcklinsau, Franz Friedrich Siegmund August von, Reichsfreiherr zu Rust

Bockshorn, Samuel Friedrich.

Bocktremulant

Bocquain [Bocquam].

Bocquay, Jacques.

Bocquet, Mlle (Anne or Marguerite)

Bocquet, Charles

Bocquillon-Wilhem, Guillaume Louis.

Bodanzky, Artur

Böddecker [Boedecker, Bedeckher], Philipp Friedrich

Böddecker, Philipp Jakob

Bode, Harald (Emerich Walter)

Bode [Bodé], Johann Joachim Christoph

Bodel, Jehan

Bodenschatz, Erhard

Bodeo, Joan

Bodhrán.

Bo Diddley [McDaniel, Ellas]

Bodigham, Jo.

Bodin, Lars-Gunnar

Bodinus [Bodino], Sebastian

Bodky, Erwin

Bodley, Nicholas Bessaraboff.

Bodley, Seóirse

Bodoil, Jo. [?Johannes]

Bodorovà, Sylvie

Body, Jack [John] (Stanley)

Boeck, August de

Boedecker, Philipp Friedrich.

Boehm, Joseph

Boehm, Theobald

Boehmer, Konrad

Boekhout, Thomas

Boelke-Bomart.

Boëllmann, Léon

Boëly, Alexandre Pierre François

Boen [Boon], Johannes

Boerio, Francesco Antonio

Boerman, Jan

Boero, Felipe

Boesch, Rainer

Boesmans, Philippe

Boësset, Antoine [Anthoine] (de), Sieur de Villedieu

Boësset [Boëcet, Boisset, Bouesset], Jean Baptiste (de), Sieur de Dehault

Boethius [Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius]

Boettcher, Wilfried

Boetticher, Wolfgang

Boetzelaer [née van Aerssen], Josina Anna Petronella van

Boeuf, Georges

Bogard, Jean

Bogatïryov, Semyon Semyonovich

Bogdanov-Berezovsky, Valerian Mikhaylovich

Bogenflügel

Bogenhammerklavier

Bogenharfe

Bogenklavier

Bogentantz [Bogentanz, Bewgintancz], Bernhard

Boghen, (Carlo) Felice

Bogianckino, Massimo

Boglhat, Johannes de.

Boglietti, Alexander de.

Bogoslovsky, Nikita Vladimirovich

Bogotá.

Bogusławski, Edward

Bogusławski, Wojciech

Boháč, Josef

Bohdanowicz, Bazyli

Bohdanowicz, Michał

Böheim, Joseph Michael

Bohemia.

Bohemian Brethren.

Bohle, David.

Bohlin, Folke (Bernhard)

Bohlman, Philip V(ilas)

Böhm.

Böhm, Georg

Böhm, Johann(es Heinrich)

Böhm, Karl

Böhme, Kurt

Böhme, Oskar

Bohn, Emil

Bohnen, Michael

Böhner, (Johann) Ludwig [Louis]

Bohrung

Boice, Thomas.

Boieldieu, (François-)Adrien

Boieldieu, (Adrien) Louis (Victor)

Boileau, Simon.

Boileau Bernasconi, Alessio

Boin, Henry Alphonse.

Bois

Bois, Jean du.

Bois, Rob du

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de

Boisseau.

Boîte à musique

Boito, Arrigo [Enrico]

Boivin.

Boivin, François

Bokemeyer, Heinrich

Bokes, Vladimir

Bol, John [Jan].

Bolan, Marc [Feld, Mark]

Bolaños, César

Bolcom, William (Elden)

Boldemann, Laci

Bolden, Buddy [Charles Joseph]

Boldon [Baldoni], Tomaso

Bolero.

Bolet, Jorge

Bolgarskiy raspev

Bolivia (Sp. República de Bolivia).

Bollioud-Mermet, Louis

Bollius [Pollius], Daniel

Bologna.

Bologna, Bartolomeo da.

Bolognese, Il.

Bolognini, Bernardo

Bolon [bolombata, bolombato, bulumbata].

Bolsena, Il.

Bol'shoy raspev

Bol'shoy Theatre.

Bolton, Thomas

Boluda [Voluda], Ginés de

Bolzoni, Giovanni

Boman, Petter [Pehr] Conrad

Bombarde (i).

Bombarde (ii).

Bombarde (iii).

Bombardino [flicorno baritono]

Bombardon (i).

Bombardon (ii). [bombardone].

Bombardon (iii).

Bombardone [flicorno basso-grave]

Bombo (i)

Bombo (ii).

Bombo (iii).

Bombus

Bomhard [Bomhart] (i)

Bomhard [Bomhart] (ii)

Bommer, Johann Jakob

Bomtempo [Buontempo], João Domingos

Bon [Boni], Anna (Lucia)

Bon, Josephus Johannes Baptizta.

Bon, Maarten

Bon, Willem Frederik

Bona, Giovanni

Bona [Buona], Valerio

Bonaccorsi, Alfredo

Bonachelli, Giovanni

Bonadies Codex

Bonaffino, Filippo

Bonagiunta [Bonagionta], Giulio

Bonaiuto di Corsino [Bonaiutus Corsini]

Bonaldi, Francesco.

Bonamici, Ferdinando

Bonamico, Johann Franz.

Bonamico, Pietro.

Bonamicus, Cornelius.

Bonanni [Buonanni], Filippo

Bonaparte.

Bonard [Bonnard, Bonart], Laurent

Bonardo, Iseppo

Bonardo [Bonard, Bonardi] Perissone, Francesco [Bonaldi, Bunaldi, Francesco]

Bonarelli della Rovere, Prospero

Bonart, Laurent.

Bonastre i Bertram, Francesc

Bonaventi, Giuseppe.

Bonaventura da Brescia [de Brixia]

Bonbarde.

Bonci, Alessandro

Bond, Capel

Bond [Jacobs-Bond], Carrie

Bond, Graham (John Clifton)

Bond, Victoria (Ellen)

Bondeman, Anders

Bondeville, Emmanuel (Pierre Georges)

Bondini, Pasquale

Bondioli, Giacinto

Bondon, Jacques (Laurent Jules Désiré)

Bonds [née Majors], Margaret Allison [Jeannette]

Bondt, Cornelis de

Bonell, Carlos (Antonio)

Bonelli, Aurelio

Bones.

Bonesi, Barnaba

Bonet, John.

Bonet (i Armengol), Narcís

Bonet de Paredes, Juan

Bonetti, Carlo

Boneventi, Giuseppe.

Bonfichi, Paolo

Bonfigli, Lorenzo

Bonfiglio [de Bonfiglio], Corrado

Bonfilio, Paolo Antonio

Bongos [bongo drums].

Bonhomme, Andrée (Marie Clémence)

Bonhomme [Bonhomio, Bonhomius, Bonomi], Pierre

Boni, (Pietro Giuseppe) Gaetano

Boni (da Cortona), Giovanni Battista

Boni [Bony], Guillaume

Bonifacio, Mauro

Bonighton, Ian (William George)

Bonini [Romano], Francesco

Bonini, Pietro [Pier’] Andrea

Bonini, Severo [?Jacopo, ?Luca]

Boninsegna, Celestina

Bónis, Ferenc

Bonis, Mélanie (Hélène) [Mel-Bonis]

Boniventi [Boneventi, Bonaventi, Beneventi], Giuseppe

Bonizzi, Vincenzo

Bonizzoni, Eliseo

Bonlini, Giovanni Carlo

Bonmarché [Bonmarchié, Bon Marchier], Jean de

Bonn.

Bonnal, (Joseph) Ermend [Ermend-Bonnal, Joseph; Marylis, Guy]

Bonnard, Laurent.

Bonnefond, Simon de

Bonnel, Pietrequin [Pierre].

Bonner, Eugene MacDonald

Bonnet, Jacques.

Bonnet, John.

Bonnet, Joseph

Bonnet, Pierre

Bonnet-Bourdelot, Pierre.

Bonney, Barbara

Bonno, Giuseppe [Bon, Josephus Johannes Baptizta; Bono, Josef]

Bonnus [van Bunnen, Bunnus, Bonnius], Hermann

Bono, Pietro.

Bonomi, Pierre.

Bononcini [Buononcini].

Bononia, Bartholomeus de.

Bonporti, Francesco Antonio

Bontempi [Angelini, Angelini-Bontempi], Giovanni Andrea

Bonvicino [Bonvicini], Agostino

Bonville, Jean.

Bon Voisin [Bon Voysin]

Bony, Guillaume.

Bonynge, Richard (Alan)

Bonzanini, Giacomo

Boobams.

Boogie-woogie.

Booker T. and the MGs.

Boom, van.

Boone, Charles

Boone, (Charles Eugene) Pat(rick)

Boosé, Carl

Boosey & Hawkes.

Boot

Booth [née Santlow], Hester

Bootleg.

Bop [bebop, rebop].

Boquay [Bocquay], Jacques

Boquet.

Bor, Modesta

Borbolla (Téllez), Carlo [Carlos]

Borboni [Borbone], Nicolò

Borbonius [Bourbon], Nicolaus

Borchgrevinck, Melchior

Borck, Edmund von

Bord, Antoine-Jean Denis

Borda, Germán

Borde, Jean-Benjamin de la.

Bordeaux.

Borden, David (Russell)

Bordes, Charles (Marie Anne)

Bordes-Pène [née Pène], Léontine Marie

Bordewijk-Roepman, Johanna (Suzanna)

Bordman, Gerald M(artin)

Bordogni, Giulio (Marco)

Bordón

Bordon [Bourdon, Bordoen], Pieter

Bordone

Bordoni [Hasse; Bordon Hasse], Faustina

Bordun

Bore (i)

Bore (ii) [wind hole].

Boree.

Borek, Krzysztof [Christophorus]

Boresini, Antonio.

Boretti, Giovanni Antonio

Boretz, Benjamin

Borg, Kim

Borgatti, Giuseppe

Borge, Victor [Rosenbaum, Borge]

Borges, Raúl

Borgetti, Innocenzio

Borghese [Borghesi, Borghesy], Antonio D.R.

Borghi, Giovanni Battista

Borghi, Luigi

Borgho [Borghi], Cesare.

Borgia, Giorgio

Borgiani, Domenico

Borgioli, Dino

Borgo [Borgho, Borghi, Burgo, Burgho], Cesare

Borgstrøm, Hjalmar

Borguñó (Pla), Manuel

Bori, Lucrezia [Borja y Gonzáles de Riancho, Lucrecia]

Borisovsky, Vadim (Vasilyevich)

Borja, Alonso Lobo de.

Borja, S Francisco de, Marquis of Lombay, 4th Duke of Gandía

Borja y Gonzáles de Riancho, Lucrecia.

Borjon de Scellery, Pierre

Borkh, Inge [Simon, Ingeborg]

Bořkovec, Pavel

Borkowski, Bohdan

Borlasca [Parlasca, Perlasca, Burlasca, Barlasca, Borlasco], Bernardino

Borlet

Bornefeld, Helmut

Borneman, Ernest

Borneo.

Bornet l’aîné [first name unknown]

Borodin, Aleksandr Porfir'yevich

Borodina, Olga

Borodin Quartet.

Boronat, Olimpia

Boroni [Baroni, Borroni, Buroni, Burroni], Antonio

Borosini.

Borowski, Felix

Borowsky, Alexander [Aleksandr]

Borrel, Eugène (Marie-Valentin)

Borren, Charles van den.

Børresen, (Aksel Ejnar) Hakon

Borri, Giovanni Battista

Borris, Siegfried

Borro, Johann Jacob.

Borroff, Edith

Borromeo, Carlo

Borroni, Antonio.

Borrono, Pietro Paolo [Pierre Paul]

Borrowing.

Borry.

Borsai, Ilona

Borsaro, Arcangelo

Borsdorf, Friedrich Adolf

Borseni, Francesco.

Borstwerk.

Bortio, Carlo.

Bortkiewicz [Bortkievich], Sergei [Sergey] Eduardovich

Bortnyans'ky [Bortniansky], Dmytro Stepanovych [Bortnyansky, Dmitry Stepanovich]

Bortolotti, Mauro

Borton.

Börtz, Daniel

Borumand, Nur Ali

Borup-Jørgensen, (Jens) Axel

Borwick, Leonard

Borzio [Bortio, Borri], Carlo

Bos, Coenraad Valentijn

Bosca, Matteo

Bosch, Maura (Louise) [Hess, Marjorie Ann]

Bosch, Pieter Joseph van den.

Bosch Bernat-Verí [de Bernat-Veri], Jorge

Boschetti, Gerolamo

Boschetti, Giovanni Boschetto

Boschi, Francesca.

Boschi, Giuseppe Maria

Boschot, Adolphe

Bosco, Johannes de.

Bosco, Mwenda Jean [Mwenda wa Bayeke]

Boscoop, Cornelius Symonszoon.

Bose, Fritz

Bose, Hans-Jürgen von

Boselli [Bosello], Constantino.

Bösendorfer.

Bosio, Angiolina

Boskop, Cornelius Symonszoon.

Boskovitch, [Boskovics, Boskowitch, Boskovich], Alexander [Sándor] Uria

Boskovsky, Alfred

Boskovsky, Willi

Bosmans, Henriëtte (Hilda)

Bosnia-Hercegovina

Bosquet [Boquet]

Bossa nova.

Bossard [Bossart, Bosshart].

Bossi [Bossi-Urbani, Vegezzi-Bossi, Balbiani-Vegezzi-Bossi, Brondino-Vegezzi-Bossi].

Bossi, Marco Enrico

Bossi, (Rinaldo) Renzo

Bossinensis, Franciscus

Bossler, Heinrich Philipp Carl

Bosso [Bossius], Lucio

Bossu, Adan le.

Bostel, Lucas von

Boston (i).

Boston (ii)

Boston Musical Instrument Manufactory.

Bostridge, Ian (Charles)

Bosworth.

Bote & Bock.

Boteler, Charlotte.

Botelero, Enrrique.

Bothy ballad [bothy song].

Botkin, Vasily Petrovich

Botoler, Charlotte.

Botstein, Leon

Botstiber, Hugo

Botswana, Republic of.

Bott.

Bott, Catherine

Bottaccio, Paolo

Bottarelli [Botarelli], Giovanni Gualberto

Bottazzari, Giovanni

Bottazzi, Bernardino

Bottée de Toulmon, Auguste

Bottegari, Cosimo

Bottesini, Giovanni

Bottini [née Motroni Andreozzi], Marianna

Botto (Vallarino), Carlos

Bottrigari, Ercole

Botzen.

Bouasse, Henri (Pierre Maxime)

Boubers, Jean-Louis de.

Boubert

Boublil, Alain.

Boucan.

Bouchard, Linda

Bouché

Bouche fermée

Boucher, Alexandre-Jean

Boucherie, Jean-Joseph

Boucheron, Raimondo

Boucon, Anne Jeanne

Boucourechliev, André

Bouffons, Les

Bouffons, Querelle des.

Boughton, Rutland

Bouhy, Jacques(-Joseph-André)

Bouilly, Jean-Nicolas

Bouissou, Sylvie

Boukoliasmos [boukolika]

Boul, John [Jan].

Boulanger, (Marie-Juliette Olga) Lili

Boulanger, (Juliette) Nadia

Boulez, Pierre

Bouliane, Denys

Boult, Sir Adrian (Cedric)

Boulton [née Craytor], Laura

Bour, Ernest

Bourbon.

Bourbon, Nicolaus.

Bourdelot [Bonnet-Bourdelot, Bonnet].

Bourdeney Manuscript

Bourdin, Roger

Bourdon (i)

Bourdon (ii).

Bourgault-Ducoudray, Louis (Albert)

Bourgeois, Derek (David)

Bourgeois [Bourgeoy, Bourgeoys, Bourgoys, Bourjois], Loys [Loïs, Louis]

Bourgeois, Martin.

Bourgeois, Thomas-Louis [Joseph]

Bourgois [Burgois]

Bourgoys [Bourjois], Loys.

Bourgue, Maurice

Bourguignon

Bourguignon, Francis de

Bourke, Sonny.

Bourligueux, Guy

Bournemouth.

Bournonville.

Bournonville, Auguste (Antoine)

Bourrée [bourée]

Bousset, Jean-Baptiste (Drouard) de [du]

Bousset, René Drouard [Drouart] de

Boutade

Bouteiller, Jean le.

Bouteiller, Louis

Bouteiller [Bouteillier, Boutellier], Pierre

Bouteillophone

Boutelou [Bouteloup], Antoine

Boutmy.

Boutry, Innocent

Boutry, Roger

Bouts

Bouvard, François

Bouville, Jean.

Bouzignac, Guillaume

Bouzouki.

Bovell, Dennis [Blackbeard]

Bovicelli, Giovanni Battista

Bovina, Giuseppe Maria.

Bovio, Angelo

Bovy-Lysberg [Lysberg], Charles Samuel

Bow

Bowen, Eugene (Everett)

Bowen [Bowin], James [Jemmy]

Bowen, (Edwin) York

Bower, John Dykes.

Bow harp.

Bowie [Jones], David (Robert)

Bowin, James [Jemmy].

Bowles, Michael

Bowles, Paul

Bowlly, Al(bert Alick)

Bow lute.

Bowman, Euday L(ouis)

Bowman, Henry

Bowman, James (Thomas)

Bowman, John

Bowsher, John (Michael)

Bowyer, Kevin (John)

Boxberg, Christian Ludwig

Box organ.

Boxslide.

Boy Bishop, feast of the.

Boyce [Boice, Boyes, Boys], Thomas

Boyce, William

Boyd, Anne (Elizabeth)

Boyd, (Charles) Malcolm

Boydell, Brian

Boyden, David D(odge)

Boyd Neel Orchestra.

Boyer, Charles-Georges

Boyer, Jean

Boyer [Boyé], Pascal

Boyes, Thomas.

Boykan, Martin

Boyko, Rostislav Grigor'yevich

Boyle, George Frederick

Boyle, Ina [Selina]

Boyleau [Boileau, Beaqua], Simon

Boy Monachus, Hugo

Boys, Thomas.

Boyvin [Boivin]

Boyvin, Jacques

Boyvin, Jean.

Božan, Jan Josef

Bozay, Attila

Božič, Darijan

Bozza, Eugène

Bozzi [Bozi, Bozio], Paolo

B quadratum.

Brabant, Lambertus

Bračanin, Philip

Braccini, Luigi [Roberto]

Brace.

Bracegirdle, Anne

Brachrogge, Hans

Brack [Brakkher, Brachius], Georg [Jörg]

Braconnier, Jean [‘Lourdault’]

Bracquet [Braquet], Gilles [Egidius]

Bradbury, William Batchelder

Brade, William [Wilhelm]

Bradford.

Brady, Tim(othy Wesley John)

Braein, Edvard Fliflet

Braeunich [Braeunig], Johann Michael.

Braga, (Antônio) Francisco

Braga, Gaetano

Bragard, Roger

Braga Santos, (José Manuel) Joly.

Bragg, Billy [Stephen William]

Braglia, Onorato.

Braham, David

Braham, John

Brahe, May [Mary] Hannah

Brahms, Johannes

Braille notation

Brăiloiu, Constantin

Brailowsky, Alexander

Brailsford, Humphrey.

Brain.

Brainard, Paul

Brainard, Silas

Brakkher, Georg.

Bralesford [Brailsford], Humphrey

Brall.

Brambilla.

Brameley, Richard.

Bramley, John.

Bramston [Smyth], Richard

Branca, Giovanni Giacomo

Branca, Glenn

Branche, Charles-Antoine

Branciforte [Branciforti], Girolamo [Hyeronimo]

Branco, Luís (Maria da Costa) de Freitas

Brâncuşi, Petre

Brand, Dollar.

Brand [Brandt], Jan.

Brand, Max(imilian)

Brand, Michael.

Brandão, Paulo (José Rebelo)

Brande.

Brandenstein, Johann Konrad

Brandis Quartet.

Brandmüller, Theo

Brando

Brandram, Rosina (Moult)

Brandt, Aleksander.

Brandt [Brant, Prant, Prantner], Jobst [Jodocus, Jost] vom [zum]

Brandt, Marianne [Bischoff, Marie]

Brandt, Willy [Vasily] (Georgiyevich)

Brandts Buys [Buijs].

Brandukov, Anatoly Andreyevich

Brandus.

Brândus, Nicolae

Brandus Posnaniensis.

Branle [brande, brawl, brall, brangill].

Brannenburger, Reinmar der.

Brannigan, Owen

Branscombe, Peter (John)

Branscombe, Gena

Brant, Henry (Dreyfuss)

Brant, Jan [Brand, Brandt, Brandus Posnaniensis, Brantus]

Brant, Jobst vom.

Brant, Per

Branzell, Karin (Maria)

Brânzeu, Nicolae

Braquet, Gilles.

Brase, (Wilhelm) Fritz (Anton)

Brashovanov, Stoyan

Brashovanova(-Stancheva) [Stancheva-Brashovanova; Braschowanowa], Lada

Brasolini [Brassolini], Domenico

Braşov

Brassart [Brassar, Brassaert, Brasart, Brassant], Johannes

Brass band.

Brassicanus, Johannes [Kraut, Johann]

Brassin [de Brassine].

Brass instruments

Brassó

Brassolini, Domenico.

Brass quintet

Brasswind.

Brätel, Ulrich

Bratislava

Bratsche

Bratu, Teodor

Brauchli, Bernard

Braudo, Yevgeny Maksimovich

Bräuer, Ferenc

Braun.

Braun, Jean.

Braun, Johann Georg Franz

Braun, Joachim

Braun, Peter Michael

Braun, Victor (Conrad)

Braun, Werner (Hermann Georg)

Braun, Yehezkel

Brauneis, Walther

Braunfels, Walter

Bräunich, Johann Michael.

Braunschweig

Braupner [Brautmer, Brautner], Jan.

Braupner [Brautmer, Brautner], Václav [Venceslaus] (Josef Bartoloměj).

Bräutigam, Helmut

Brautigam, Ronald

Bravničar, Matija

Bravura

Bravusi, Paolo

Brawl.

Braxton, Anthony (Delano)

Bray, John

Braye Manuscript.

Brayssing, Grégoire [Gregor]

Brazhnikov, Maksim Viktorovich

Brazil

Break.

Breakbeat [break, beat].

Breakdown.

Breaking.

Breaking back.

Bream, Julian (Alexander)

Breazul, George

Brebis, Johannes

Brebos.

Brecher, Gustav

Brecht, Bertolt (Eugen Friedrich)

Brechtel [Brechtle, Brechtl, Prechtel], Franz Joachim

Brechung (i)

Brechung (ii)

Brecker, Michael [Mike]

Bredemers [Bredeniers], Henry

Bredemeyer, Reiner

Brediceanu, Tiberiu

Bree, Johannes [Joannes] Bernardus van

Breeches part

Bregi, Hugues de.

Brehm, Alvin

Brehme, Hans (Ludwig Wilhelm)

Brehy [Breÿ], Petrus Hercules [Hercules, Petrus, Hercules Petrus, Hercule-Pierre]

Breig, Werner

Breil, Joseph Carl

Breisiger [Briesger, Bryssiger], Peter

Breitenbacher, Antonín

Breitengraser, Wilhelm [Breyttengraserus, Guilielmus]

Breitkopf & Härtel.

Brel, Jacques (Romain Georges)

Brelet, Gisèle (Jeanne Marie Noémie)

Brema, Marie [Fehrman, Minny]

Bremberger, Reinmar der.

Bremen.

Bremner, Robert

Brémond, François

Brendel, Alfred

Brendel, (Karl) Franz

Brendler, (Frans Fredric) Eduard

Brendner [Brendtner], Johann Joseph Ignaz.

Brenes (Candanedo), Gonzalo

Brenet, Michel [Bobillier, (Antoinette Christine) Marie]

Brenet, Thérèse

Breni, Tomaso

Brenneberger, Reinmar der [Brennenberg, Reinmar von].

Brenner, Georg.

Brenntner, Johann Joseph Ignaz.

Brent, Charlotte [Mrs Pinto]

Brenta, Gaston

Brentano[-von Arnim], Bettina [Bettine, Elisabeth]

Brentano, Clemens (Wenzeslaus Maria)

Brentner [Brenntner, Brendner, Brendtner, Prentner], Johann Joseph Ignaz

Brero, Giulio Cesare

Brescia.

Brescianello [Bressonelli], Giuseppe Antonio

Bresgen, Cesar

Breslau

Bresnick, Martin

Bressan, P(eter)

Bressand, Friedrich Christian

Bressonelli, Giuseppe Antonio.

Bretan, Nicolae

Bretel, Jehan

Brethren of Purity.

Bretón (y Hernández), Tomás

Brett, Charles (Michael)

Brett, Philip

Breuer, János

Breunich [Breunig, Brauenig, Bräunich, Breuenich], Johann Michael

Breuning, Stephan von

Bréval, Jean-Baptiste Sébastien

Bréval, Lucienne [née Schilling, Berthe]

Breve

Brevi, Giovanni Battista

Breviary

Bréville, Pierre (Eugène Onfroy) de

Brewaeys, Luc

Brewer, Sir (Alfred) Herbert

Brewer, Thomas

Brewster [Brusser, Bruster, Brusters]

Brewster, W(illiam) Herbert

Brewster Jones, Hooper

Breyttengraserus, Guilielmus.

Brian, Albertus.

Brian, [William] Havergal

Briant, Denis

Briard, Etienne

Briccialdi, Giulio

Brice, Fanny [Fannie; Borach, Fannie]

Briçeño [Brizeño], Luis de

Bridge (i)

Bridge (ii).

Bridge, Frank

Bridge, Sir (John) Frederick

Bridge [Bridges], Richard

Bridge Harp.

Bridge passage.

Bridgetower [Bridgtower], George (Augustus) Polgreen

Bridgman, Nanie

Briegel, Wolfgang Carl

Briesger, Peter.

Bright, Colin (Michael)

Bright [Knatchbull], Dora (Estella)

Brighton Festival.

Brihuega [Viruega], Bernaldino de

Brillante

Brille, Joachim

Brillenbass

Brillon de Jouy, Anne Louise Boyvin d’Hardancourt

Brimle [Brameley, Bramley], Richard

Brimley [Bramley, Brimlei, Brymley], John

Brind, Richard

Brindis de Salas, Claudio José Domingo

Brindisi

Brindle, Reginald Smith.

Brindley, Charles.

Briner, Andres

Brinkmann, Reinhold

Brinsmead.

Brio

Brioschi [Briochi, Briuschi, Prioschi], Antonio

Briou, Nicolas-Antoine Bergiron de.

Briquet

Briquet, Jean.

Brisbane.

Bristol.

Bristow, George Frederick

Britain, Radie

British Columbia, University of.

British Council.

British Federation of Music Festivals.

British Forum for Ethnomusicology.

British Guiana.

British Institute of Recorded Sound.

British Library National Sound Archive.

British Music Information Centre.

British Music Society.

British National Opera Company.

Brito, Estêvão de

Brito, Manuel Carlos de

Britpop.

Britten, (Edward) Benjamin

Britton, Thomas

Briuschi, Antonio.

Brivio, Giuseppe Ferdinando

Brixi.

Brixides, Jan

Brixiensis, Giovanni Battista.

Brixiensis, Prepositus.

Brizeño, Luis de.

Brkanović, Ivan

Brnčić (Isaza), Gabriel

Brno

Broadcast Music Inc [BMI].

Broadstock, Brenton (Thomas)

Broadway, Richard

Broadwood.

Broadwood, Lucy E(theldred)

Brocarte, Antonio de la Cruz

Brocco, Giovanni

Brocco, Nicolo

Broche, Charles

Brockes, Barthold Heinrich

Brockhaus, Heinz Alfred

Brockhaus, Max

Brockland, Cornelius [Corneille de].

Brockshorn, Samuel Friedrich.

Brockton, Lester.

Brockway, Howard

Brod, Henri

Brod, Max

Broda, Paulus de.

Broder, Nathan

Broderie

Broderip.

Broderip & Wilkinson.

Brodsky, Adolph

Brodsky Quartet.

Brodszky, Nicholas [Miklós; Nikolaus]

Brody, Martin

Broeckx, Jan L(ea)

Brognonico [Brognoligo], Orazio

Brogue (Henning), Roslyn

Brohn, William David

Broken chord.

Broken consort.

Broken octave (i).

Broken octave (ii).

Brollo [Brolo, Bruolo, Bruollo, de Brolis, de Bruolis], Bartolomeo [Bartholus]

Broman, Sten

Brombaugh, John

Brommel, Antoine.

Brondino-Vegezzi-Bossi.

Bronhill, June [Gough, June Mary]

Bronnemüller [Bronmuller, Brunnemüller, Brunnenmüller etc.], Elias

Bronner, Georg [Jürgen]

Bronner, Mikhail Borisovich

Bronsart [née Starck], Ingeborg (Lena) von

Bronsart von Schellendorf, Hans (August Alexander) [Hans von Bronsart]

Bronskaya, Eugenia

Bronson, Bertrand Harris

Bronteron.

Bronze drum.

Brook, Barry S(helley)

Brook, Peter (Stephan Paul)

Brooklyn Philharmonia.

Brooks, (Troyal) Garth

Brooks, James

Brooks, William (Fordyce)

Broonzy, Big Bill [William Lee Conley]

Brophy, Gerard

Broqua, Alfonso

Brosa, Antonio

Brosche, Günter

Broschi, Carlo.

Broschi [Brosca], Riccardo

Brosmann (à Sancto Hieronymo), Damasus [Antonín]

Brossard, Sébastien de

Brost, Raymond.

Bros y Bertomeu, Juan (Joaquín Pedro Domingo)

Brotons (Soler), Salvador

Brott, Alexander

Brott, Boris

B rotundum.

Brouck [Prugg], Jacob de

Broude, Alexander.

Broude Brothers.

Broughton, Thomas

Brouncker [Brounckerd, Brunkard], William, 2nd Viscount Brouncker of Castle Lyons, Ireland

Brouno, Guillermo [Guillelmo].

Brouwenstijn, Gré [Gerda Demphina]

Brouwer (Mezquida), Leo

Brown, Alice.

Brown, Chris(topher Owen)

Brown, Christopher (Roland)

Brown, Clifford [Brownie]

Brown, David (Clifford)

Brown, Earle (Appleton)

Brown, Howard Mayer

Brown, Iona

Brown, James

Brown, John

Brown, Malcolm Hamrick

Brown, Maurice J(ohn) E(dwin)

Brown, Nacio [Ignatio] Herb

Brown, Richard.

Brown, Timothy (David Andrew)

Brown [?Browne], William [Brouno, Bruno; Guillermo, Guillelmo; ‘La Janetton’]

Browne (Garrett), Augusta

Browne, John (i)

Browne, John (ii)

Browne, Richard (i)

Browne, Richard (ii)

Browne [Brown], Richard (iii)

Browne, William Charles Denis [Denis Browne, William Charles]

Brownie.

Browning.

Browning, Jean.

Browning, John

Brownlee, John

Brownson, Oliver

Brożek, Jan.

Bruant [Bruand], (Louis Armand) Aristide

Brubeck, Dave [David Warren]

Brubeck, Howard R(engstorsff)

Bruce, (Frank) Neely

Bruch, Max (Christian Friedrich)

Bruči, Rudolf

Bruck, Arnold von [Pruck, Arnold de; Arnoldus Brugensis]

Bruck, Charles

Brucken Fock, Gerard(us Hubertus Galenus) von

Bruckner, (Joseph) Anton

Brückner-Rüggeberg, Wilhelm

Bruckner societies.

Bruder.

Brudieu, Joan

Brueggen, Frans.

Brugensis, Arnoldus.

Bruges

Brüggen [Brueggen], Frans

Brugk, Hans Melchior

Bruguera (i Morreras), Juan Bautista

Bruhier [Bruchier, Brugier, Bruyer], Antoine

Brühl [of Martinskirche], Hans Moritz, Count of

Bruhns, Friedrich Nicolaus.

Bruhns, Nicolaus

Bruins, Theo

Brulé, Gace.

Brüll, Ignaz

Brumby, Colin (James)

Brumel [Brummel, Brommel, Brunel, Brunello], Antoine

Brumel [Brumello], Jacques.

Brumen [Brument], Denis [Denys]

Brummeisen

Brummer

Brummstimme

Brummtopf

Brun, Fritz

Brün, Herbert

Brun, Jean.

Brun, Jean le.

Bruna, Pablo

Brunckhorst, Arnold [Andreas] Matthias [Melchior, Martin]

Bruneau, (Louis Charles Bonaventure) Alfred

Brunei [State of Brunei Darussalam]

Brunel [Brunello], Antoine.

Brunel [Brumel, Brumello, Brunello], Jacques [Giaches, Jacomo]

Brunelli, Antonio

Brunello, Jacques.

Brunet, Johannes

Brunet, Pierre

Bruneti, Gaetano [Caetano, Cayetano].

Bruneto (dalli Organi) [Bruneto dalli alpichordi].

Brunette.

Brunetti.

Brunetti, Domenico

Brunetti [Bruneti], Gaetano [Caetano, Cayetano]

Brunetti, Giovanni

Brung, Jean le.

Bruni, Antonio Bartolomeo

Bruni, (Pietro) Francesco Caletti [Caletto].

Brunkard, William.

Brunnemüller [Brunnenmüller], Elias.

Brünn

Brunner, Adolf

Bruno, Giovanni Battista Caletti di.

Bruno, Guillelmo [Guillermo].

Bruno, Rinaldo.

Brunold, Paul

Brunswick (i)

Brunswick (ii).

Brunswick, Mark

Brunzema, Gerhard

Bruolo, Bartolomeo.

Brusa, (Giovanni) Francesco [Gianfrancesco]

Bruscantini, Sesto

Bruschi, Giulio

Brusilovsky, Yevgeny Grigor'yevich

Bruson, Renato

Brussel, Tiburtius van.

Brusselmans, Michel

Brussels

Brusser [Bruster, Brusters].

Brustad, Bjarne

Brustwerk

Bruxelles

Bruynèl, Ton

Bruzdowicz, Joanna

Bryan, Albertus.

Bryanston Summer School.

Bryant [O’Brien], Dan(iel Webster)

Bryars, Gavin

Bryceson.

Brydon, Roderick

Bryennius, Manuel [Bryennios, Manouēl]

Brygeman, William

Brymer, Jack

Brymley, John.

Bryne [Bryan, Brian], Albertus [Albert]

Bryn-Julson, Phyllis (Mae)

Bryssiger, Peter.

Brysson, John

Brzezina, Antoni

Brzeziński, Franciszek (Ksawery)

Brzoska, Matthias [Johannes Maria]

Brzowski, Józef

Buarque (de Hollanda), Chico (Francisco)

Bubblegum.

Bucaenus, Paulus.

Buccellanito, Nicolaus de [‘Auritus’ (‘Big Ears’)]

Bucchi, Valentino

Bucchianti, Giovanni Pietro

Buccin (i).

Buccin (ii).

Buccina [Bucina]

Bucenus [Bucaenus], Paulus

Buchan, John

Buchanan, Dorothy Quita

Buchanan, Jack (Walter John)

Buchardo, Carlos López.

Bucharest

Bûche.

Buchla.

Buchner, Alexandr

Büchner, Georg

Buchner [Buschner, Puchner], Hans [Johannes] [M. Hans von Constanz]

Buchner, Philipp Friedrich

Bucht, Gunnar

Büchtger, Fritz

Buchwald, Theo

Bucina.

Buciu, Dan

Buck, Dudley

Buck, Ole

Buck, Sir Percy (Carter)

Buck, Zechariah

Bückeburg.

Bücken, Ernst

Buckinx, Boudewijn

Buckley, John

Buckman, Rosina

Buckwheat notation [shape-note notation, character notation].

Bucur-Barbu, Sebastian

Bucureşti

Budapest.

Budapest Quartet.

Budd, Harold

Budden, Julian (Medforth)

Buddhist music.

Budweis.

Buechenberg [Bugamberghi, Boccaber, Puchenberg], Matteo [Matheus]

Buel [Büel, Buhel, Buhl, Bul, Bull, Puel, Puhel], Christoph

Buelow, George J(ohn)

Buenaventura, Alfredo S(antos)

Buenaventura, Antonino

Buencamino, Francisco

Buenos Aires.

Buescher.

Buffalo.

Buffalo Springfield.

Buffardin, Pierre-Gabriel

Buffet, Louis-Auguste [jeune]

Buffet-Auger, Denis

Buffet-Crampon.

Buff stop [harp stop and (erroneously) lute stop]

Bugamberghi, Matteo.

Buganda.

Bugeja.

Bugel

Bughici, Dumitru

Bugle (i)

Bugle (ii)

Bugle à clefs

Bugle alto

Bugleret

Buglhat [Boglhat, Bulhat], Johannes de

Buhel, Christoph.

Buhl, Joseph David

Bühler [Bihler, Pühler], Franz [Gregor]

Buhlig, Richard

Bühmler, Georg Heinrich.

Buhr, Glenn (Arthur)

Buini [Bovina, Buina], Giuseppe Maria

Buini, Matteo

Buisine [buysine, buzine, busine, etc.].

Buisson, Du [Buissons, Des].

Bujarski, Zbigniew

Bukofzer, Manfred F(ritz)

Bukoreshtliyev, Angel

Bul, Christoph.

Bulant, Antoine.

Bulgaria

Bulhat, Johannes de.

Bull, Christoph.

Bull, Edvard Hagerup

Bull [Boul, Bul, Bol], John [Jan] [Bouville, Bonville, Jean]

Bull, Ole (Bornemann)

Bull, William

Bullant [Bulant, Bullandt, Bullanto, Bulan, Byulan], Antoine [Antonín Štěpán, Anton, Antonio]

Buller, John

Bull horn.

Bullis, Thomas (i)

Bullis, Thomas (ii)

Bullock, Sir Ernest

Bullroarer

Bülow, Hans (Guido) Freiherr von

Bulterijs, Nini

Bultitude, Arthur R(ichard)

BUMA

Bumbass

Bumbry, Grace (Melzia Ann)

Bümler [Bümmler, Bümmeler, Bühmler, Bimler, Bimbler], Georg Heinrich

Bumpus, (Mary) Frances.

Bumpus, John Skelton

Bunaldi, Francesco.

Bunbury Virginal Book [Priscilla Bunbury's Virginal Book].

Bund

Bunde.

Bungert, (Friedrich) August

Bunin, Revol' Samuilovich

Bunn, Alfred

Bunney, Herrick (Cyril William)

Bunnus, Hermann.

Bunraku.

Buns.

Bunting, Christopher (Evelyn)

Bunting, Edward

Bunya Koh.

Buona, Valerio.

Buonamente, Giovanni Battista

Buonamici, Giuseppe

Buonanni, Filippo.

Buonaparte.

Buonavita, Antonio [‘Il Bientina’]

Buoni, Giorgio

Buono, Gioanpietro del.

Buononcini.

Buontalenti, Bernardo [Bernardo delle Girandole]

Buontempo, João Domingos.

Būq

Burada, Teodor T(eodor)

Burbure (de Wesembeek), Léon-Philippe-Marie, Chevalier de

Burchard, Johannes.

Burchardi, Udalricus [Borckhart, Burchard, Burckhart, Burgardus, Purckhart; Ulrich]

Burchiella.

Burchuladze, Paata

Burck [Burgk], Joachim a [à] [Moller, Joachim]

Burdach, Konrad

Burden [burthen, burdoun].

Burdet, Jacques

Burdoun.

Bureau Central de Musique.

Bureau d’Abonnement Musical.

Bureau des Arts et d'Industrie.

Bureau International de l’Edition Mécanique [BIEM].

Bureau voor Muziek-Auteursrecht [BUMA].

Burell [Burrell], John

Burette.

Burgas.

Burgate [Burg], R. de

Burge, David (Russell)

Burge, John [Byson, David]

Burgess [Wilson], [John] Anthony

Burgess, Sally

Burghauser [Mokrý], Jarmil

Burghersh, Lord [Fane, John; later 11th Earl of Westmorland]

Burgho, Cesare.

Burgk, Joachim a.

Burgmein, J.

Burgmüller, Johann August Franz

Burgmüller, (August Joseph) Norbert

Burgo, Cesare.

Burgon, Geoffrey (Alan)

Burgos, Rafael Frühbeck de.

Burgundy.

Buri, Bernard de.

Burian, Emil František

Burian, Karel [Burrian, Carl]

Burke, Solomon

Burke, Thomas [Tom] (Aspinall)

Burke of Thomond.

Burkhanov, Mutal' (Mutavakkil) Muzainovich

Burkhard [Burchard], Johannes

Burkhard, Paul

Burkhard, Willy

Burkholder, J(ames) Peter

Burkina Faso, République Démocratique du [formerly Upper Volta].

Burla

Burlas, Ladislav

Burlas, Martin

Burleigh, Henry [Harry] T(hacker)

Burle Marx, Walter

Burlesque

Burletta.

Burlini, Antonio

Burma.

Burmeister, Joachim

Burnacini, Giovanni

Burnacini, Ludovico Ottavio

Burnand, Sir F(rancis) C(owley)

Burnett, Avery.

Burnett, Duncan

Burnett, Richard (Leslie)

Burney, Charles

Burnham, Robertus de.

Burno, [Bruno] Rinaldo

Burns, Robert

Buroni [Burroni], Antonio.

Burrell, Diana

Burrell, John.

Burrian, Carl.

Burrowes, John F(reckleton)

Burrowes, Norma

Burrows, (James) Stuart

Burt, Francis

Burt, Warren

Burthen.

Burtius, Nicolaus.

Burton, Avery [Averie].

Burton [Burten], David [Davy].

Burton, Gary

Burton, John

Burton, Robert

Burton, Stephen Douglas

Burundi.

Bury, Alison (Margaret)

Bury [Buri], Bernard de

Burzio, Eugenia

Burzio [Burtius, de Burtiis, Burci], Nicolò [Nicolaus]

Bus, Gervais de.

Busatti [Busatus], Cherubino

Busby, Thomas

Busca, Lodovico

Busch.

Busch, Adolf (Georg Wilhelm)

Busch, Carl (Reinholdt)

Busch, Fritz

Busch, Hermann.

Busch, Lou(is) [Bush, Louis Ferdinand; Carr, Joe ‘Fingers’]

Busch, William

Busch Chamber Players.

Buschop, Cornelius Symonszoon.

Busch Quartet.

Buscop [Buschop, Boscoop, Boskop etc.], Cornelis [Cornelius] Symonszoon

Busenello [Businello], Giovanni [Gian] Francesco

Buset, Martin

Bush, Alan (Dudley)

Bush, Geoffrey

Bush, Kate [Catherine]

Bushman music.

Busine.

Businello, Giovanni [Gian] Francesco.

Busnoys [Busnois, Bunoys, de Busnes], Antoine [Antonius]

Busoni, Ferruccio (Dante Michelangelo Benvenuto)

Bussani [née Sardi], Dorothea

Bussani, Francesco

Bussani [Bussano], Giacomo [Giovanni] Francesco

Busscher, Henri de.

Büsser [Busser], (Paul-)Henri

Bussetto, Giovanni Maria del

Bussi, Francesco

Bussler, Ludwig

Bussotti, Sylvano

Bustelli, Giuseppe

Bustijn [Bustyn, Bustin, Bystyn], Pieter [Pierre]

Buterne, Charles

Buterne, Jean-Baptiste

Buth.

Büthner [Buthnerus], Crato.

Buths, Julius (Emil Martin)

Buti, Francesco

Butler, Charles

Butler [Boteler, Botoler], Mrs Charlotte

Butler, Henry [Botelero, Enrrique]

Butler, Martin (Claines)

Butler, Samuel

Butler, Thomas Hamly

Bütner [Büthner, Bytner, Buthnerus], Crato

Butor, Michel

Butsko, Yury Markovich

Butt, Dame Clara (Ellen)

Butterley, Nigel (Henry)

Butterworth, Arthur (Eckersley)

Butterworth, George (Sainton Kaye)

Butting, Max

Büttner, Erhard

Büttner, Hieronim.

Büttner, Jacob.

Button & Whitaker.

Buttstett, Franz Vollrath

Buttstett [Buttstädt, Buttstedt], Johann Heinrich

Buttykay, Ákos (de Gálszécs et Buttka)

Butz [Putz, Buz].

Buus, Jacques [Jakob]

Buxheim Keyboard Manuscript [Buxheimer Orgelbuch]

Buxtehude, Dieterich

Buyanovsky, Vitaly

Buyevsky, Borys

Buys, Cornelis.

Buysine.

Buysson, du.

Buz.

Buzain

Bužarovski, Dimitrije

Buzine.

Buzzolla, Antonio

Byalik, Mikhail Grigor'yevich

Bychkov, Semyon

Bydgoszcz

Byers, David

Byfield.

Bykanē [bukanē]

Byland, Ambrose.

Bylsma, Anner

Byrd, William

Byrds, the.

Byron, Lord [6th Baron] [Byron, George Gordon (Noel)]

Byron, William, 4th Baron

Byström, Oscar (Fredrik Bernadotte)

Byström, Thomas

Bystrý, Viliam.

Bystyn, Pieter.

Bytner, Crato.

Bytown.

Byttering [Bytteryng, Biteryng, Bytering]

Byzantine chant.

Byzantine secular music.

Byzantios, Petros.

C

C.

Caamaño, Roberto

Cabaca

Cabaletta

Caballé, Montserrat

Caballero, Manuel Fernández [Fernández Caballero, Manuel]

Caballone, Gaspare.

Caballone [Cabalone, Gabbalone, Gabellone], Michele

Cabaner, Ernest

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

Cabaret.

Cabbilai.

Cabdueill, Pons de.

Cabel [née Dreulette], Marie(-Josèphe)

Cabeliau [Cabeliamo, Peter].

Cabellone, Gaspare.

Cabezón [Cabreçon].

Cabilliau [Cabilau, Cabbilai, Cabeliau, Cabeliamo].

Cabinet organ

Cabo, Francisco Javier

Cabus, Peter

Caça

Caccavella

Caccia.

Caccini.

Caccini, Orazio

Cáceres, Germán

Cachemaille, Gilles

Cachino, Giulio.

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

Cadéac, Pierre

Cadence

Cadence féminine

Cadener, Johann.

Cadent.

Cadenza

Cadman, Charles Wakefield

Cadner [Cadener, Kadner], Johann

Caecilian movement.

Caelius Sedulius.

Caen [Kein], Arnold

Caesar, Johann Martin.

Caesar [Kayser], Johann Melchior

Caesar [Smegergill], William

Caesura.

Caetani, Roffredo

Caewardine, John.

Cafaro [Caffaro], Pasquale

Café-concert.

Café piano.

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

Caffi, Francesco

Caffi, Tommaso Bernardo.

Caffiaux, Dom Philippe-Joseph

Cage, John

Cagli, Bruno

Cagliari.

Cagnazzi, Maffeo

Cagnoni, Antonio

Cahen, Albert [Cahen d’Anvers]

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

Cahill, Marie

Cahman.

Cahn [Cohen, Kahn], Sammy [Samuel]

Cahusac.

Cahusac, (Jean-)Louis de

Cahuzac, (Jean) Louis (Baptiste)

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

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

Caifabri, Giovanni Battista

Caignet, Denis

Cailliet, Lucien

Cailò [Chailò, Chaiolò, Chilò], Gian Carlo

Caimo, Gioseppe

Caioni, Ioan [Joan, Joannes, Johannes].

Cairns, David (Adam)

Caisse claire

Caisse roulante [caisse sourde]

Caius Choirbook

Caix, de.

Caix d’Hervelois, Louis de

Caja.

Caja de música

Cajetan, Fabrice Marin.

Cajoni, Joan.

Cajun music.

Cakewalk.

Calado [Callado], Joaquim Antônio da Silva

Calame, Geneviève

Calamus

Calando

Calandra [Calandria, Calandro], Nicola

Calata.

Calcaño, José Antonio

Calchedon

Calcidius

Caldara, Antonio

Caldenbach, Christoph.

Calderarpa.

Calderón de la Barca, Pedro

Caldwell, John (Anthony)

Caldwell, William

Calegari.

Calegari, Cornelia.

Calegari [Callegari, Caligari], Francesco Antonio

Calegari, Isabella.

Calegari, Maria Cattarina [Cornelia]

Calenda.

Calés (Otero), Francisco

Calestani, Girolamo

Calestani, Vincenzo [Vincenzio]

Cälestin

Caletti [Caletto], (Pietro) Francesco.

Caletti [Caletto, Caletti di Bruno], Giovanni Battista

Calì, Giovan Battista

Calichon [mandora, gallichon].

Califano, Giovanni Battista

California mission music.

California State University.

Caligari, Francesco Antonio.

Calista, Lelio.

Calixtinus, Codex

Calkin.

Call, Leonhard von

Callado, Joaquim Antônio de Silva.

Callas [Kalogeropoulou], (Cecilia Sophia Anna) Maria

Callaway, Sir Frank Adams

Callcott, John Wall

Callegari.

Callegari, Francesco Antonio.

Callido, Gaetano (Antonio)

Callihou, James.

Callinet.

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

Calliope (ii).

Calloway, Cab(ell)

Calmo, Andrea

Calori, Angiola

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

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

Caltabiano, Ronald

Calung.

Caluza, Reuben Tholakele

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

Calvesi, Vincenzo

Calvet Quartet.

Cálvez, Gabriel.

Calvi, Carlo

Calvi, Lorenzo

Calvin [Cauvin], Jean

Calvisius, Sethus [Kalwitz, Seth]

Calvo, Luis (Antonio)

Calvocoressi, Michel-Dimitri

Calvoer [Calvör], Caspar

Calvó Puig, Bernardo

Calypso.

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

Camacho, Marvin

Câmara Cascudo, Luiz da.

Camarella, Giovanni Battista

Camargo, Ignacio

Camargo, La.

Camargo, Miguel Gómez.

Camaterò, Ippolito.

Cambefort, Jean de

Cambert, Robert

Cambiaggio, Carlo

Cambiare

Cambiata

Cambini, Giuseppe Maria (Gioacchino)

Cambio, Perissone.

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

Cambrai.

Cambreling, Sylvain

Cambrensis, Giraldus.

Cambridge.

Cambridge Songbook

Camden, Archie [Archibald] (Leslie)

Camera

Cameraco [Cameracy]

Camerarius [Cammerarius, Camerer], Leonhard

Camerata.

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

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

Cameron, (George) Basil

Cameron, Douglas

Cameroon,

Cametti, Alberto

Camidge.

Camilieri, Lorenzo

Camilleri, Charles

Camilli, Camillo [Camillus]

Cammarano, Salvadore [Salvatore]

Cammell, Antonín.

Cammerarius [Camerer], Leonhard.

Cammerlocher, Placidus von.

Cammerton

Campa, Gustavo E(milio)

Campagnoli, Bartolomeo

Campagnolo, Francesco

Campana

Campana, Fabio

Campana, Francesca

Campana, José Luis

Campane [campanelle]

Campanelas

Campanella, Michele

Campanelli [campanette]

Campanello

Campanello a mano

Campanini, Cleofonte

Campanini, Italo

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

Campbell, Alexander

Campbell, Archibald

Campbell, Frank C(arter)

Campbell, James (Kenneth)

Campenhout, François van

Campesius, Domenico.

Camphuysen [Kamphuysen], Dirk [Theodorus] Rafaelszoon

Camphuysen Manuscript.

Campian, Thomas.

Campioli.

Campion.

Campion, Charles Antonie.

Campion, François

Campion [Campian], Thomas

Campionatore

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

Campisi [Campesius], Domenico

Camp-meeting spiritual.

Campo (y Zabaleta), Conrado del

Campo aperto, in

Campoli, Alfredo

Camporese, Violante

Campos-Parsi, Héctor

Campra, André

Campra, Joseph

Camps, Pompeyo

Can.

Caña.

Canaanites, music of the.

Canada.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Symphony Orchestra.

Canadian Music Reproduction Rights Agency [CMRRA].

Canadian Opera Company.

Canal, Marguerite

Canale [Canali, Canalis], Floriano

Canang.

Canario (i).

Canario (ii).

Canary

Canary organ.

Canat de Chizy, Edith

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

Canavas [Canavasso], Joseph [le cadet]

Canazzi, Antonio

Canberra.

Cancan

Canção de lamento

Cancineo [Cancino], Michelangelo

Canción

Cancioncilla

Cancionero

Cancionero de la Colombina

Cancionero musical de Palacio

Cancrizans

Candael, Karel

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

Candeille, Pierre Joseph

Candi, Cesare

Candido (da Montereale), Serafino

Candombe.

Candonio, Floriano

Cangé Chansonnier

Cangiasi, Giovanni Antonio

Caniglia, Maria

Canino

Canino, Bruno

Çaninus de Peraga de Padua.

Canis [de Hondt, d’Hondt], Cornelius

Cañizares (Suárez de Toledo), José de

Cannabich.

Cannatij [Canotij], Camillus.

Cannicciari, Pompeo

Cannon, (Jack) Philip

Canobbio, Carlo

Canon (i)

Canon (ii) [canun]

Canon (iii).

Canova, Francesco.

Canso [canzo, chanzo].

Cansoneta.

Cantabile

Cantando.

Cantata

Cantatorium.

Cante hondo

Cantelli, Guido

Canteloube (de Malaret), (Marie) Joseph

Cantemir, Dimitrie [Demetrius]

Canti, Giovanni.

Cantica

Canti carnascialeschi

Canticle

Cantiga.

Cantilena (i).

Cantilena (ii).

Cantillation.

Cantin, Bertin.

Cantin, Jean-Baptiste.

Cantino

Cantino, Paolo

Cantio

Cantional [cantionale]

Cantio natalitia.

Cantio sacra

Cantique

Canto (i)

Canto (ii).

Canto de órgano

Cantometrics.

Cantone [Cantoni], Serafino

Cantophone.

Canto plano

Cantopop.

Cantor.

Cantoris.

Cantus (i)

Cantus (ii)

Cantus coronatus

Cantus eugenianus [cantus melodicus; melodía].

Cantus firmus

Cantus fractus.

Cantus gestualis

Cantus planus [planus cantus; musica plana]

Cantus prius factus

Canun.

Canu penillion.

Canuti, Giovanni Antonio

Canzo.

Canzona

Canzone

Canzone napolitana.

Canzoneta.

Canzonetta [canzonet].

Canzone villanesca alla napolitana.

Cao Dongfu

Caoine [caoineadh]

Cao Zheng [Guo Jiguang]

Capdevielle, Pierre

Capdeville, Constança

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

Cape, Safford

Capecchi, Renato

Capece, Alessandro

Capece [Capeci], Carlo Sigismondo

Capela

Capell, Richard

Capella

Capella, Martianus.

Capella Rorantistarum.

Capelle

Capelli, David August von.

Capelli [Capello, Cappelli], Giovanni Maria

Capellini, Carlo

Capellini [Capollini, Cappellini], Michelangelo

Capello, Giovanni Francesco

Capellus, Andreas [Andrea Capella]

Capet, Lucien

Cape Town

Cape Verde

Capi, Adrien.

Capi de Camargo.

Capilla

Capillas, Francisco López.

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

Capirola, Vincenzo

Capirola Lutebook

Capistrum

Capitán.

Capitol.

Capitolo

Capitulary [liber capitularius]

Caplet, André (Léon)

Capllonch (i Rotger), Miquel

Capmany i Farrès, Aureli [Capmany Farrés, Aurelio]

Capobanda

Capocci, Alessandro

Capocci, Filippo

Capocci, Gaetano

Capoianu, Dumitru

Capollini, Michelangelo.

Caporale, Andrea

Capo tasto [capo]

Capotorti, Luigi

Capp, Bartold

Cappa, Carlo Alberto

Cappa, Chiaffredo [Gioffredo]

Cappadocia.

Cappella

Cappelli [Cappello], Bartolomeo

Cappelli, Gilberto

Cappelli, Giovanni Maria.

Cappellini, Michelangelo.

Cappellini, Pietro Paolo

Cappi.

Cappi, Adrien.

Cappi, Pietro

Cappi de Camargo.

Capponi, Gino Angelo [Capponius, Ginus Angelus]

Cappuccilli, Piero

Cappy, Adrien.

Capranica [Capranico], Matteo

Capriccio

Capriccio, a

Capriccioso, Accademico Bizzarro.

Capricornus [Bockshorn, Brockshorn], Samuel Friedrich

Caprioli, Carlo.

Caprioli, Giovanni Paolo

Caproli [Caprioli, Del Violino], Carlo

Caproli, Jacopo.

Capron, Henri

Capron, Nicolas

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

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

Capua, Marcello da.

Capua, Rinaldo di.

Capuana, Franco

Capuana, Mario

Capucci, Giuseppe Antonio.

Caput.

Caputi, Manilio

Capuzzi [Capucci], Giuseppe Antonio

Capy [Capi, Cappi, Cappy], Adrien

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

Caracas.

Caracciolo, Franco

Caracciolo, Paolo

Caracole.

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

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

Caraffe, Charles-Placide [le cadet iii]

Caramuel (y Lobkowitz), Juan [Jan]

Carapella, Tommaso

Carapetyan, Armen

Carasaus

Carbonchi, Antonio

Carcani [Carcano], Giacomo

Carcani [Carcano], Giuseppe [Gioseffo]

Carcassi.

Carcassi, Matteo

Cárceres [Cárçeres], Bartolomé

Carchillion, Thomas.

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

Cardarelli, Francesco

Carden, Joan

Cardenal, Peire.

Cárdenas (Pinelo), Guty [Augusto Alejandro]

Cardew, Cornelius

Cardiff.

Cardilli [Cardillo], Jacopo Antonio

Cardine, Eugène

Cardon, Jean-Baptiste

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

Cardona, Alejandro

Cardonne, Jean-Baptiste [Philibert]

Cardoso, Lindembergue (Rocha)

Cardoso, Manuel

Cardot [Richard de Bellengues]

Cardus, Sir (John Frederick) Neville

Careest, Joos.

Carelli, Emma

Caresana, Cristoforo

Carestini, Giovanni [Cusanino]

Carey, Henry

Carges, Wilhelm.

Carhart & Needham.

Caribo

Carillon

Cariou, Len [Leonard]

Carisch.

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

Carissimi, Giacomo [Jacomo]

Carité, Jean [Jacques].

Cariteo, Il.

Carlay, Johannes.

Carlen.

Carlerii [Carleri, Carlier], Jacobus

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

Carles y Amat, Joan.

Carleton [Carlton], Nicholas

Carl [Karl] Eugen, Duke of Württemberg

Carli.

Carli, Antonio Francesco

Carli, Girolamo [Carlo, Hieronymo]

Carlid, Göte

Carlier, Crespin [Crépin]

Carlier, Gilles.

Carlier, Jacobus.

Carlier, Jacquemyn.

Carlier, Jehan le.

Carlino, Giovanni Giacomo [Giangiacomo]

Carlo, Hieronymo.

Carlo del Violino.

Carlos, Wendy [Walter]

Carl Rosa Opera Company.

Carlson, David

Carlsruhe.

Carlstedt, Jan

Carl [Karl] Theodor

Carlton, Nicholas.

Carlton, Richard

Carluccio di Pamfilio.

Carmelitus, Frater.

Carmen

Carmen, Johannes

Carmena y Millán, Luis

Carmichael, Hoagy [Hoagland Howard]

Carmina Burana

Carmina Quartet.

Carmine, Teodoro del.

Carmirelli, Pina [Giuseppina]

Carnaby, William

Karnatak music.

Carnefresca.

Carnegie Hall.

Carnegie United Kingdom Trust.

Carneiro, Cláudio (Pinto de Queiroz Teixeira)

Carner [Cohen], Mosco

Carney, Harry (Howell)

Carnicer (y Batlle), Ramón

Carnyx [karnyx].

Caro de Boesi, José Antonio

Carol.

Carola

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

Carole [carol]

Caroli, Angelo Antonio

Caroline Islands.

Carolsfeld, Ludwig Schnorr von.

Caron, Firminus

Caron, Leon Francis Victor

Carosio, Margherita

Caroso, Fabritio

Caroubel, Nicolas Francisque

Caroubel, Pierre Francisque [Fransigne, Fransignes]

Carozza, Giovanni Dominico.

Carpani, Giovanni Antonio

Carpani, Giovanni Battista.

Carpani, Giuseppe

Carpenter, John Alden

Carpentier, Alejo

Carpentras [Genet, Elzéar]

Carpiani, Giovanni Luca.

Carpio (Valdés), Roberto

Carpitella, Diego

Carr.

Carr, Edwin (James Nairn)

Carr, Joe ‘Fingers’.

Carr, John

Carr, Leroy

Carr, Robert

Carrallan, Turlough.

Carrapatoso, Eurico (Lopes Monteiro de Morais)

Carrara, Michele

Carrasco Candil, Alfredo

Carraud, (Michel) Gaston

Carré, Albert

Carré, Antoine, Sieur de la Grange

Carré, Marguerite [Giraud, Marthe]

Carrée

Carrée à queue

Carreira.

Carrell, James P.

Carreño (José), Cayetano

Carreño, Inocente

Carreño, (Maria) Teresa

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

Carreras, José [Josep]

Carrera y Lanchares, Pedro

Carretti, Giuseppe Maria

Carri.

Carrillo(-Trujillo), Julián (Antonio)

Carrión, Jerónimo de

Carrodus, John (Tiplady)

Carrollan [Carollini], Turlough.

Carrone, Giovanni

Carrozza [Carozza], Giovanni Domenico [Dominico]

Carse, Adam (von Ahn)

Cartagenera.

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

Cartari, Giuliano

Carte, Richard D’Oyly

Cartellieri, Antonio Casimir

Carter, Andrew

Carter, Benny [Bennett Lester]

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

Carter, Elliott (Cook)

Carter, Ernest Trow

Carter, Richard

Carter, Ron(ald Levin)

Carter, (Charles) Thomas (i)

Carter, Thomas (ii)

Carter, Tim(othy)

Carter Family, the.

Carthusian monks.

Carthusiensis, Johannes.

Carthy, Eliza (Amy Forbes)

Carthy, Martin (Dominic Forbes)

Cartier, Antoine [Anthoinne]

Cartier, Jean Baptiste

Carulli.

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

Carusio, Luigi.

Caruso, Enrico

Caruso, Giuseppe

Caruso [Carusio], Luigi [Lodovico].

Carvaille, Léon.

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

Carvalho (Muricy), Dinorá (Gontijo) de

Carvalho, Eleazar (de)

Carvalho, João de Sousa

Carvalho, José Jorge de

Carvalho [Carvaille], Léon

Carver, Robert.

Carvor [Carver, Carber, Arnot], Robert

Carwarden [Caewardine], John

Carwithen, Doreen

Cary, Annie Louise

Cary, Tristram (Ogilvie)

Caryll, Ivan [Tilkin, Félix]

Casa, Lisa della.

Casablancas (Domingo), Benet

Casadesus.

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

Casale, Primo

Casale Monferrato.

Casali, Giovanni Battista

Casali, Lodovico

Casals, Pablo [Pau]

Casamorata, Luigi Ferdinando

Casanova, André

Casanovas (i Puig), Josep

Casanovas, Narciso [Casanoves, Narcís]

Casares Rodicio, (Francisco) Emilio

Casarini, Domenica

Casati, Gasparo

Casati, Girolamo [Geronimo] [Filago]

Casati, Teodoro

Casavant Frères.

Casavola, Franco

Casazza [née Mari], Elvira

Cascarda

Cascata

Caschindorf, Stephan.

Casciolini, Claudio

Cascudo, Luiz da Câmara

Case, John

Caseda, Diego de.

Casella

Casella, Alfredo

Casella [Caselli], Pietro

Casellas [Cassellas], Jaime (de)

Casentini, Marsilio

Casentini, Silao

Caserta, Antonello da.

Caserta, Philippus de [Philipoctus, Filipoctus]

Cash, Johnny [John] (Ray)

Cashian, Philip (John)

Casimiri, Raffaele (Casimiro)

Casimiro Júnior [Casimiro da Silva], Joaquim

Casini, Giovanni Maria

Casio.

Caskel, Christoph

Casken, John (Arthur)

Casolani [Casulani], Leonardo

Casparini [Caspari].

Cassa

Cassa dei bischieri

Cassa di legno

Cassadó (Moreu), Gaspar

Cassadó (Valls), Joaquín

Cassagne, Joseph la.

Cassani, Giuseppe

Cassa rullante

Cassation

Casseda [Caseda], Diego de

Cassellas, Jaime.

Cassidy, Claudia

Cassilly, Richard

Cassiodorus [Flavius Cassiodorus Magnus Aurelius Senator]

Cassirer, Fritz

Casson, Thomas

Cassuto, Alvaro (Leon)

Castagna, Bruna

Castagneri [Castagnery], Andrea [André]

Castagneri, Marie-Anne

Castagnoli, Giulio

Castaldi, Alfonso

Castaldi, Bellerofonte

Castaldi, Paolo

Castañeda, José

Castanets

Castel, José

Castel, Louis-Bertrand

Castelain, Charles [Jean].

Casteliono, Giovanni Antonio da.

Castellan, Jeanne Anaïs

Castellanos, Evencio

Castellanos(-Yumar), Gonzalo

Castellanos, Pablo

Castellanos, Rafael Antonio

Castellanus, Petrus

Castelli, Ottaviano

Castellioneus, Johannes.

Castello, Dario

Castelnovato [Castelnovate], Lucio

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario

Castendorfer, Stephan.

Castérède, Jacques

Casti, Giovanni Battista [Giambattista]

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

Castiglioni, Niccolò

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

Castileti, Jean.

Castilleja, Pedro Fernández de.

Castillo, Bernardo Clavijo del.

Castillo, Diego (Martínez) del

Castillo, Fructos del

Castillo, Graciela

Castillo, Jesús

Castillo, Manuel

Castillo, Ricardo

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

Castle Garden.

Castle Society.

Castrapuercas [capa puercas, capador].

Castrato

Castro.

Castro, Carlos José

Castro, Esteban Salas y.

Castro, Francisco de

Castro, Francisco José de [‘Accademico Formato’]

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

Castro, Juan Blas de.

Castro Herrera, Ricardo

Castro-Robinson, Eve de

Castrovillari, Daniele da [di]

Castro y Malagaray [Mallagaray], Juan de

Castrucci, Pietro

Casulana [Mezari], Maddalena

Casulani, Leonardo.

Cäsur

Catalani, Alfredo

Catalani, Angelica

Catalani [Catalano], Ottavio [Ottaviano]

Cataldo, Salvatore di.

Catán (Porteny), Daniel

Catania.

Catanzaro, Innocentio di Paula di.

Catargi, Alexis

Catch.

Catch, Jack.

Catel, Charles-Simon

Catelani, Angelo

Catena

Catenacci, Gian Domenico.

Cathala [Cathalas], Jean

Catholic Monarchs.

Catlett, Sid(ney) [Big Sid]

Catley, Ann [Anne]

Catlin, George

Cato, Diomedes

Catoire [Katuar], Georgy (L'vovich)

Catrufo, Gioseffo [Giuseppe]

Cattani, Giovanni Lorenzo

Cattenacci [Catenacci], Gian Domenico

Cattenar, Enrico

Cattin, Giulio

Catullus, Gaius Valerius

Catunda, Eunice.

Caturla, Alejandro García

Cauchie, Maurice

Caudella, Eduard

Caudella [Kandela], Philipp

Caulery [Cauleray], Jean

Caupain, Ernoul

Caurroy, Eustache du.

Caus, Salomon de

Caussé, Gérard

Caussin[Causin], Ernold [Causinus, Arnoldus]

Caustun [Causton, Cawston], Thomas

Cautelay, Guillaume.

Cauvin, Gaspard Alexis

Cauvin, Jean.

Caux de Cappeval, N. de

Cavaccio [Cavacchio, Cavaggio, Cavazzio], Giovanni

Cavaco

Cavaglieri, Geronimo

Cavaillé-Coll, Aristide

Cavalaro, Ascanio.

Cavaliere del Liuto [Cavalier du luth].

Cavalieri, Catarina [Cavalier, Catharina Magdalena Josepha]

Cavalieri, Emilio de’

Cavalieri, Lina [Natalina]

Cavalieri, Paolo

Cavallari, Ascanio.

Cavallari, Girolamo.

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

Cavalliere, Giovanni Filippo

Cavallini, Ernesto

Cavallini, Eugenio

Cavallini, Ivano

Çavallos, Francisco de.

Çavallos, Rodrigo de.

Cavana, Giovanni Battista

Cavanagh, Beverley (Anne).

Cavanillas [Cavanilles], Juan Bautista José.

Cavanni [Cavani], Francesco

Cavaquinho.

Cavata

Cavatina

Cavatoni [Cavatone], Pietro

Cavazzio, Giovanni.

Cavazzoni, Girolamo

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

Caveau, Société (des dîners) du.

Cavedagna, Vincenzo

Cavendish, Michael

Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle

Cavi, Filippo da

Cavos, Catterino Al'bertovich

Cawston, Thomas.

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

Caza, Francesco

Cazaban, Costin

Cazden, Norman

Cazeaux, Isabelle (Anne-Marie)

Cazotte, Jacques

Cazzati, Maurizio

CBS [Columbia Broadcasting System].

CD [compact disc].

Ceballos [Cevallos, Zaballos, Zavallos], Francisco de

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

CeBeDeM.

Cebell.

Cebotari, Maria

Ceccarelli, Francesco

Ceccarelli, Odoardo

Cecchelli, Carlo

Cecchi, Domenico [‘Il Cortona’]

Cecchini, Angelo

Cecchino [Cecchini], Tomaso

Cecconcelli, Pietro

Cecconi-Botella, Monic

Cecere, Carlo

Cechus de Florentia.

Cecilia.

Cecilian festivals.

Cecilian movement

Cecil Sharp House.

Cédez

Cefaut.

Céilidh

Celaleddin Rumi [Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī].

Celani [Celano].

Celano, Francesco.

Celempung.

Celesta

Celeste.

Celestina.

Celestinette [coelestinette].

Celestini, Giovanni

Celestino [Celestini], Eligio

Celibidache, Sergiu

Celimela

Celis, Frits

Cellarius [Hausskeller], Simon

Cellavenia [Cillavenia], Francesco

Celles, François Bédos de.

Celletti, Rodolfo

Celli, Frank H. [Standing, Francis]

Celli, Joseph

Cellier, Alfred

Cellier, Jacques

Cellisches Tabulaturbuch

Cello.

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

Celtic chant.

Celtic music.

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

Cembal d’amour.

Cembalo

Cembalo angelico.

Cembalo traverso

Cembalo verticale

Cemino [Cimino, Cimeno], Donato

Cencerro

Cenci, Giuseppe [‘Giuseppino’]

Cenci, Lodovico

Censorinus

Censorship.

Cent.

Center, Ronald

Cento

Centonization

Central African Republic

Central America.

Central Asia.

Central City.

Central Park Garden Concerts.

Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale.

Centre de Recherches Musicales de Wallonie.

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.

Centro per le Iniziative Musicale in Sicilia.

Centro Rossiniano di Studi.

Centrum Nederlandse Muziek.

Cephalicus

Cerato, Il.

Cercar della nota

Ceremonial

Cererols, Joan

Ceresini, Giovanni

Cerha, Friedrich

Cerilli, Francesco.

Cernay [Pointu], Germaine

Černík, Josef

Cernitz [Cerniz], Ulrich

Černohorský [Czernohorsky], Bohuslav Matěj

Černušák, Gracian

Černý, Jaromír

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

Černý, Ladislav

Černý, Miroslav K(arel)

Cerone, Pietro

Cerqueira, Fernando (Barbosa de)

Cerreto, Scipione

Cerrito, Fanny [Francesca]

Cerro, Luigi

Certain, Marie-Françoise

Certon, Pierre

Ceruti.

Ceruti, Roque

Cervantes (Kawanag), Ignacio

Cervantes (Saavedra), Miguel de

Cerveau, Pierre

Cerveira, António Machado e.

Cervelas

Cervelló (i Garriga), Jordi

Červený, Václav František

Cervera, Juan Francisco

Cervetti, Sergio

Cervetto, Giacobbe Basevi

Cervetto, James

Cervo, Barnaba

Ces

Cesana, Bartolomeo Mutis, Count of.

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

Cesari, Gaetano

Cesarini, Carlo Francesco

Cesaris, Johannes

Cesena, Giovanni Battista.

Cesena, Peregrinus [Veronensis, Peregrinus Cesena]

Ceses

Cesi, Pietro

Cesis, Sulpitia

České Budějovice

Cesolfa.

Cesolfaut.

Cesti, Antonio [Pietro]

Cesti, Remigio

Cetara [cetera]

Cetera

Ceterone [citara tiorbata]

Cetra (i)

Cetra (ii).

Cetra da tavola

Cetula

Cevallos, Rodrigo de.

Cevenini, Camillo

Ceylon.

Cezar, Corneliu

C.f.

C fa ut.

Chabanceau de la Barre.

Chabanon, Michel-Paul-Guy de

Chabran, Charles.

Chabran, Gaetano.

Chabrier, (Alexis-)Emmanuel

Chace [chasse]

Cha cha cha.

Chaconne

Chad

Chadabe, Joel

Chadwick, George Whitefield

Chaġāna.

Chagas, Paulo C(ésar)

Chagas-Rosa, António (Manuel)

Chagrin, Francis

Chahār pāra.

Chaikovsky, Pyotr Il'yich.

Chailley, Jacques

Chaillou de Pesstain

Chailly, Luciano

Chailly, Riccardo

Chailò [Chaiolò], Gian Carlo.

Chair [Chaire, Choir] organ

Chakmakjian, Alan.

Chalabala, Zdeněk

Chalayev, Shirvani Ramazanovich

Chaldean rite, music of the.

Chalemelle [chalemie]

Chaliapin [Shalyapin], Fyodor (Ivanovich)

Challen.

Challier.

Challis, Bill [William H.]

Challis, John

Challoner, Neville Butler

Chalmers, John (Harvey)

Chaloff, Serge

Chalumeau

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

Chamberlain, Houston Stewart

Chamber music

Chamber Music America.

Chamber Music New Zealand.

Chamber opera.

Chamber orchestra.

Chamber organ [cabinet organ]

Chambers, Dennis (Milton)

Chambers, Stephen Alexander.

Chambers, Wendy Mae

Chamber sonata.

Chamber symphony

Chambonnières, Jacques Champion, Sieur de

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

Chaminade, Cécile (Louise Stéphanie)

Chamorro music.

Champagne, Claude (Joseph Arthur Adonai)

Champein, Stanislas

Champgrand, Sophie de.

Champion.

Champness [Champnes, Champneys], Samuel Thomas

Chance.

Chance, John Barnes

Chance, Michael

Chance, Nancy Laird

Chançoneta.

Chancy [Chansi], François de

Chandor, Henry

Chandos.

Chang.

Chang, Sarah

Change ringing.

Changes.

Changgo.

Changing note.

Chanler, Theodore (Ward)

Channey, Jean de

Channing, Carol (Elaine)

Chanot.

Chan Pui-fang.

Chansi, François de.

Chanson

Chanson à boire.

Chanson baladée.

Chanson de geste

Chanson de toile [chanson d’histoire]

Chansoneta.

Chanson-motet.

Chansonnier (i).

Chansonnier (ii).

Chansonnier Cordiforme

Chanson pour boire [chanson à boire]

Chanson sans paroles

Chant, Gregorian.

Chantavoine, Jean (François Henri)

Chante-fable.

Chanter.

Chanterelle

Chantey.

Chanticleer.

Chantilly, Mlle.

Chantilly Manuscript

Chant sans paroles

Chanty.

Chan Wing-wah

Chanzo.

Chanzoneta [chançoneta, chansoneta, canzoneta, cansoneta]

Chapeau chinois

Chapel

Chapelet, Francis

Chapelle, Jacques de la.

Chapel Royal.

Chapí (y Lorente), Ruperto

Chapin.

Chappell.

Chappell, Frank.

Chapteuil, Pons de.

Chapuis, Auguste (Paul Jean-Baptiste)

Chapuis, Michel

Characteristic [character-]piece

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

Charango.

Chardavoine [Chardavoyne], Jehan [Jean]

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

Chardon de Croisilles

Chareau, Antoine.

Charité [Carité], Jean [Jacques]

Chariteo, Il.

Charity children.

Charivari

Charke, Richard

Charles [first name unknown]

Charles V.

Charles VI, Emperor

Charles, Michel, Ozi et Cie.

Charles, Ray [Robinson, Ray Charles]

Charles d'Argentille [Ciarles Argentil]

Charleston (i).

Charleston (ii).

Charleston machine.

Charlier, Gilles.

Charlier de Gerson, Jean.

Charlot, André

Charlton, David

Charlton, Dennis.

Charpentier.

Charpentier, Gustave

Charpentier, Jacques

Charpentier, Marc-Antoine

Chart.

Charteris, Richard

Charters, Samuel (Barclay)

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

Chartrain [Chartrin], ? Nicolas-Joseph

Chartres.

Charvet, Jehan.

Chase, Gilbert

Chassa.

Chasse.

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

Chassidism.

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

Chastelain de Couci

Chasteleyn [Chastellain], Charles [Jean].

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

Chastillon, Guillaume de, Sieur de la Tour

Châtelet, Jean Guyot de.

Chatham, Rhys

Chatman, Stephen (George)

Chaucer, Geoffrey

Chaulieu, Charles

Chaumont, Lambert

Chaurasia, Hari Prasad

Chaushian, Levon Alexandri

Chausson, (Amédée-)Ernest

Chautauqua.

Chauvet, Alexis

Chauvin, Louis

Chauvon, François

Chavarri [Chavarría].

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

Chávez Aguilar, Monseñor Pablo

Chaykovsky, Aleksandr Vladimirovich

Chaykovsky, Boris Aleksandrovich

Chaykovsky, Pytor Il'yich.

Chaynée, Jean de

Chaynes, Charles

Chayre organ.

Chebotarian, Gayane (Movses)

Chechin.

Chechlińska, Zofia

Check [back check].

Chédeville [Chefdeville].

Cheetham, John.

Chef

Chef d’attaque

Chefdeville.

Chef d’harmonie

Chein, Louis

Cheio

Cheironomy

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich

Chekker

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

Chelemele

Chelleri [Kelleri, Keller, Cheler], Fortunato

Chelsea Opera Group.

Cheltenham International Festival.

Chelys

Chemberdzhi, Yekaterina [Katya]

Chementi, Margherita.

Chemin-Petit, Hans

Chemische Druckerey.

Chemyn, Nicolas.

Chenevillet [Cheneveuillet], Pierre

Cheney, Amy Marcy.

Cheng.

Chen Gang

Cheng Changgeng

Cheng Yanqiu

Chenier, Clifton

Chennevière, Daniel.

Chen Peixun [Chan Pui-fang]

Chen Qigang

Chen Shihui [Chen Shih-Hui]

Chen Xiaoyong

Chen Yi

Cherbuliez, Antoine-Elisée

Cherbury, Lord Herbert of.

Cherednichenko, Tat'yana Vasil'yevna

Chéreau, Patrice

Cherepnin.

Cherici [Chierici, Clerici], Sebastiano

Cherkassky, Shura

Cherll, Giovanni Gasparo.

Cherney, Brian

Chernov, Vladimir

Chéron, André

Cheroubikon [Cherubic Hymn].

Cherry, Don(ald Eugene)

Cherubic Hymn.

Cherubini, Luigi (Carlo Zanobi Salvadore Maria)

Chérubini, Méhul et Cie.

Cheslock, Louis

Chess.

Chester.

Chester, J. & W.

Chester plays.

Chest of viols.

Chetham [Cheetham], John

Chetwoode, Robert

Cheute [chute]

Chevalet

Chevalier [Chevallier].

Chevalier, Maurice (Auguste)

Chevardière, Louis Balthazard de la.

Chevé, Emile Joseph Maurice

Chevé method.

Chevillard, (Paul Alexandre) Camille

Chevillard, Pierre (Alexandre François)

Cheviller

Chevilles

Chèvre [chèvrette, cabrette]

Chevreuille, Raymond

Chew Shyh-Ji.

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

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

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

Chiabrera, Gabriello [Il Savonese]

Chiamata

Chiang Wen-yeh.

Chiara, Maria(-Rita)

Chiarentana [chiarenzana, chirinitana, giaranzana]

Chiari, Giuseppe

Chiarini, Pietro

Chiaroscuro.

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

Chiavelloni, Vincenzo

Chiavette

Chiavi naturali

Chiavi trasportate

Chic.

Chicago.

Chicago jazz.

Chickering.

Chicotén.

Chierici, Sebastiano.

Chierisy

Chiesa

Chiesa, Melchiorre

Chievre, Robert de Reins La.

Chifonie

Chihara, Paul (Seiko)

Chilcot, Thomas

Child, Francis James

Child, William

Child ballad.

Childe

Childe, Anne.

Childs, Barney (Sanford)

Chile

Chilese, Bastian

Chilesotti, Oscar

Chilingirian Quartet.

Chilmead, Edmund

Chilò, Gian Carlo.

Chilston

Chilton, John (James)

Chime-bells.

Chimènes, Myriam

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

Chimes.

Chimes, orchestral.

Chimney Flute.

Chimurenga.

Ch’in.

Chin, Unsuk

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

Chinelli, Giovanni Battista [‘L’Occhialino’]

Chinese pavilion.

Chinese woodblock.

Ching.

Ching-hu.

Chin rest

Chinzer [Chintzer, Ghinzer, Kinzer], Giovanni

Chiochiolo [Chiocchiolo, Chioccioli], Antonio

Chiodi, Buono Giuseppe

Chiodino, Giovanni Battista

Chiozzotto.

Chipre.

Chirbury [Chyrbury], R.

Chirescu, Ioan D(umitru)

Chiriac, Mircea

Chiriac, Tudor

Chirico, Andrea de.

Chirihuano.

Chirimía

Chirinitana.

Chiroplast.

Chishko, Oles' [Aleksander] Semyonovich

Chisholm, Erik

Chissell, Joan (Olive)

Chitarino

Chitarra

Chitarrino

Chitarrone

Chitchian, Geghuni Hovannesi

Chiti, Girolamo

Chiufolo.

Chiuso (i)

Chiuso (ii)

Chkhikvadze, Grigol

Chladni, Ernst (Florenz Friedrich)

Chlubna, Osvald

Chocalho.

Choeurs (i)

Choeurs (ii)

Choir (ii).

Choir (i).

Choir (iii).

Choir organ.

Chojnacka, Elisabeth [Elżbieta]

Choke cymbals.

Chollet, Jean Baptiste (Marie)

Chołoniewski, Marek

Chomiński, Józef Michał

Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek [Frédéric François]

Choral

Choralbass.

Choralbearbeitung

Chorale.

Chorale cantata

Chorale concerto [chorale concertato]

Chorale fantasia

Chorale fugue [chorale fughetta]

Chorale mass.

Chorale monody.

Chorale motet (i)

Chorale motet (ii).

Chorale partita.

Chorale prelude

Chorale ricercare.

Chorale settings.

Chorale variations.

Choralflöte

Choral Harmonists’ Society.

Choralreform

Choralvorspiel

Chorasselt.

Chord

Chordal style.

Chordophone.

Chord zither.

Chorēgia.

Choreinbau.

Choreography.

Choreometrics.

Choristfagott

Chorley, Henry F(othergill)

Choro.

Choron, Alexandre(-Etienne)

Chorsaite

Chorton

Chorus (i) [choir]

Chorus (ii).

Chorus (iii).

Chorus (v).

Chorzempa, Daniel (Walter)

Chottin, Alexis

Chotzinoff [Chatianov], Samuel

Choudens.

Chouquet, (Adolphe) Gustave

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

Chou Wen-chung

Chowning, John M(acLeod)

Chreli.

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

Chrétien, Hedwige (Gennaro-)

Chrétien, Hippolyte

Chrétien [Crétien, Chrestien], Jean-Baptiste

Chrétien [Crétien] de Troyes

Crichton, Robert.

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

Chrisogonus, Federicus.

Christchurch.

Christenius, Johann [Christianus, Johannes]

Christensen, Axel W(aldemar)

Christensen, Dieter

Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway

Christian, Charlie [Charles]

Christian Church, music of the early.

Christiania.

Christianissimus.

Christian Scientists, music of the.

Christiansen, Henning

Christianus, Johannes.

Christie, John

Christie, William (Lincoln)

Christina [Christina Alexandra], Queen of Sweden

Christmann, Johann Friedrich

Christmas plays.

Christo, Luiz de [Cristo, Luís de]

Christofellis, Aris

Christoff, Boris (Kirilov)

Christoforus [Cristoforo] de Monte[de Feltro]

Christou, Jani

Christy, Edwin Pearce

Christy [Harrington], George

Chromatic

Chronos prōtos

Chrysander, (Karl Franz) Friedrich

Chrysanthos of Madytos

Chrysaphes, Manuel

Chrysaphes the New.

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

Chrysostom, John

Chuchro, Josef

Chudova, Tat'yana Alekseyevna

Chueca, Federico

Chugayev, Aleksandr Georgiyevich

Chukhajian, Tigran Gevorki

Chula.

Chulaki, Mikhail Ivanovich

Chunchus-collas.

Chung.

Church.

Church, John

Church mode [ecclesiastical mode]

Church Music Association.

Church Music Society.

Church of Christ, Scientist, music of the.

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

Church sonata.

Churgin, Bathia (Dina)

Churkin, Nikolay Nikolayevich

Chusid, Martin

Chustrovius, Johannes

Chute.

Chutney

Chuuk.

Ch'ü Wei.

Chvála, Emanuel

Chybiński, Adolf (Eustachy)

Chyliński, Andrzej

Chym, Carl.

Chyrbury, Robert.

Ciabran [Ciabrano], Carlo.

Ciabran [Ciabrano], Gaetano.

Ciaccona

Cialamella

Ciampi, Francesco

Ciampi, Marcel

Ciampi, Vincenzo (Legrenzio)

Cianchettini, Pio

Cianchettini, Veronica.

Ciaramella

Chiaula, Mauro.

Cibber [née Shore], Catherine

Cibber [née Arne], Susanna Maria

Cibell [cebell, sebell].

Cibot, Noel.

Ciccarello, Nuntio

Ciccolini, Aldo

Ciccolino.

Ciceri, Pierre-Luc-Charles

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

Ciciliano

Cicognini, Alessandro

Cicognini, Giacinto Andrea

Cicognini, Jacopo

Ciconia, Johannes

Cieco, Il.

Ciecolino.

Ciera, Ippolito [Cyera, Hippolito]

Cifra, Antonio

Cifuentes, Pedro

Ciglič, Zvonimir

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

Cigna-Santi, Vittorio Amedeo

Cigrang, Edmond

Cikker, Ján

Cilea, Francesco

Cillario, Carlo Felice

Cillavenia, Francesco.

Cima.

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

Cimarosa, Domenico

Cimatore, Michele

Cimbala

Cimbaletto.

Cimbalom [kimbalom]

Cimbasso

Cimello, Giovanthomaso

Cimeno [Cimino], Donato.

Cimze, Jānis

Cincinnati.

Cinelli

Cinema organ.

Cinéphonies.

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

Cinquième

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

Ciobanu, Ghenadie

Ciobanu, Gheorghe

Ciobanu, Maia

Ciomac, Emanoil

Ciortea, Tudor

Ciphering

Cipolla, Francesco

Cipra, Milo

Ciprianus Sieradensis.

Circle of fifths

Circolo mezzo

Cirillo [Cerilli], Francesco

Cirlerus, Stephanus.

Cirot, Noel.

Cirri, Giovanni Battista

Ciruelo, Pedro

Cirullo, Giovanni Antonio

Cis

CISAC.

Cisilino, Siro

Cisis

Cisneros, Eleonora de [Broadfoot, Eleanor]

Cisoing, Jaque de.

Cistercian monks.

Cisteron

Cistre (i)

Cistre (ii)

Cithara.

Cithare

Cithare d’amateur

Citharode.

Cithrinchen [bell guittern]

Citkowitz, Israel

Citola

Citole

Citra.

Citron, Marcia J(udith)

Citron, Pierre

Cittern [cithren, cittharn, citharen]

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO).

City of London Sinfonia (CLS).

Ciuciura, Leoncjusz

Ciufolo.

Ciuntu, Paul

Čiurlionis, Mikolajus Konstantinas

Čiurlionytė, Jadvyga

Cividale, Antonio da.

Cividale del Friuli.

Civil, Alan

Civita, Davit da [Civita, Davit]

Civitate Austrie, Antonius de.

Clabon, Krzysztof [Clabonius, Christophorus].

Clagget [Claget], Charles

Clagget [Claget, Claggett, Claggitt], Walter

Clairambault Chansonnier

Clairon (i).

Clairon (ii).

Clarion (iii).

Cláirseach.

Clamatione

Clamores.

Clapham, John

Clapisson, (Antonin [Antoine-]) Louis

Clapp, Philip Greeley

Clappers.

Clapton, Eric [Clapp, Eric Patrick]

Claquebois

Clarabella.

Clari, Giovanni Carlo Maria

Claribel.

Claribel Flute [Claribel].

Clarin

Clarín

Clarinet

Clarinette d’amour.

Clarino [clairon, clarion etc.]

Clarion (i).

Clarion (ii).

Clarion (iii).

Clark, (Thomas) Edward

Clark, Frederick Scotson

Clark, Graham (Ronald)

Clark, Jeremiah.

Clark, Petula

Clark, Thomas

Clarke, (James) Hamilton (Siree)

Clarke, Henry Leland [Fairbanks, J.]

Clarke, Herbert (Lincoln)

Clarke, Hugh Archibald

Clarke, James

Clarke, James P(aton)

Clarke [Clark, Clerk], Jeremiah (i)

Clarke [Clark], Jeremiah (ii)

Clarke, John.

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

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

Clarke, Robert

Clarke, Stanley (M.)

Clarke, Stephen

Clarke, William

Clarke-Whitfeld [Clarke], John

Claro (Valdés), Samuel

Claron

Clarone

Clàrsach.

Clarseath [clarsech, clarseth].

Clash, the.

Classical.

Classical Concert Society.

Classical Harmonists.

Classic rock.

Claude [Claudin] de Sermisy.

Claudel, Paul(-Louis-Charles-Marie)

Claudin (i).

Claudin (ii).

Claudio da Correggio.

Clausholm manuscript

Clausula

Claux [Nicolai], Johannes

Clavé, (José) Anselmo

Clavecin

Clavecin à maillets.

Clavecin brisé

Clavecin de pédale

Clavecin [clavessin] électrique.

Clavecin-luth

Clavecin organisé

Clavecin vertical

Clavecin-vielle.

Clavel, Antoinette Cécile.

Claves

Clavessin électrique.

Clavicembalo

Clavichord

Clavicor.

Clavicordio

Clavicylinder.

Clavicymbelpedal

Clavicytherium

Clavier.

Clavier de pédales

Claviergamba

Claviharpe.

Clavijo del Castillo, Bernardo

Clavinet.

Claviola (i).

Claviola (ii).

Claviorgan [organized piano, harpsichord, etc.]

Clavisimbalum

Clavius, Christophorus [Christoph]

Clay, Frederic (Emes)

Clayton, Norman John

Clayton, Thomas

Cleemann, Friedrich (Joseph Christoph)

Clef

Clegg, John

Clem, Johann Gottlob.

Clemencic, René

Clemens, Johann Georg.

Clemens non Papa, Jacobus [Clement, Jacob]

Clement IX, Pope.

Clément, Charles-François

Clément, Edmond

Clément, (Jacques) Félix (Alfred)

Clement, Franz

Clement, Jacob.

Clement [Clemens, Clementi], Johann Georg

Clementi.

Clementi, Aldo

Clementi [Clemens], Karl

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

Clemm, Johann Gottlob.

Cleobury, Stephen (John)

Cleonides [Kleoneidēs].

Clérambault.

Clerc, Charles-Nicolas le.

Clerc, Jean-Pantaléon le.

Clercx-Lejeune, Suzanne

Clereau, Pierre

Clerici, Giovanni

Clerici, Sebastiano.

Clerico, Paolo

Clerk, Jeremiah.

Clerk, Sir John

Cléry [née Duverger; Duvergé], Marie-Elizabeth

Cless, Johann

Cleva, Fausto (Angelo)

Cleve, Halfdan

Cleve, Johannes de

Cleveland.

Cleveland, James L.

Cleveland Quartet.

Clibano, Jacobus de

Clibano, Jheronimus de [Du Four, Jherome]

Clibano, Nycasius [Nicasius, Casijn] de

Cliburn, Van [Lavan, Harvey, jr]

Clicquot.

Clidat, France

Cliff, Jimmy [Chambers, James]

Cliffe, Frederic

Clifford, James

Clifford, Raoul.

Clifton, Arthur.

Climacus

Climen, J. de

Cline, Patsy [Henley, Virginia Patterson]

Clinio [Clingher], Teodoro

Clinis.

Clinton, George

Clinton, George Arthur

Clio [Klio].

Cliquet-Pleyel [Cliquet], Henri

Cliquettes [tablettes]

Clive [née Raftor], Kitty [Catherine]

Clivis [clinis, clivus, flexa]

Cloche

Cloches

Cloches à vache

Clochette

Cloete, Johan(nes Nicolaas)

Clog dance.

Clos.

Close position [close harmony].

Closing group.

Closson, Ernest

Clostre, Adrienne

Clowes.

Clozier, Christian

Cluer, John

Cluj-Napoca.

Cluniac monks.

Cluster.

Clutsam, George Howard

Cluytens, André

Cluzeau-Mortet, Luis

CMRRA [Canadian Music Reproduction Rights Agency].

CMS.

CNRS [Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique].

Coach horn.

Coasters, the.

Coates, Albert

Coates, Edith (Mary)

Coates, Eric

Coates, Gloria

Coates, John

Cobaleda, Alonso Tomé

Cobb [Cob], James

Cobb, John

Cobbett, Walter Willson

Cobbold [Cobhold, Cobold], William

Cobelli, Giuseppina

Coberg, Johann Anton

Cobham, Billy [William]

Cobla (i).

Cobla (ii).

Coblenz.

Cobos (Almaraz), Luis de los

Cocchi, Claudio

Cocchi, Gioacchino

Cocchiata

Coccia, Carlo

Coccia, Maria Rosa

Coccini, Giacomo.

Cocciola [Gocciolo], Giovanni Battista

Cõceição, Roque da.

Cõceyção, Diego da.

Cochereau, Jacques

Cochereau, Pierre

Cochini Jews, music of the.

Cochlaeus [Dobneck, Wendelstein], Johannes

Cochran, Sir C(harles) B(lake)

Cochran, Eddie [Cochrane, Edward]

Cock, Symon

Cocks, Robert

Coclico, Adrianus Petit

Côco.

Cocteau, (Clément Eugène) Jean (Maurice)

Cocx, Jan

Coda

Codax [Codaz], Martin

Codecasa, Teresa.

Codetta

Codex Reina

Codman, Stephen

Coelen, Lambert.

Coelestinette.

Coelho, Manuel Rodrigues.

Coelho, Rui

Coelho Neto, Marcos

Coelison.

Coenen.

Coenen, Johannes Meinardus

Coerne, Louis (Adolphe)

Coeuroy, André [Bélime, Jean]

Coferati, Matteo

Coffey, Charles

Cogan [Coogan], Philip

Cog rattle.

Cohan, George M(ichael)

Cohen, Albert

Cohen, Arnaldo

Cohen, Harriet

Cohen, Joel (Israel)

Cohen, Leonard (Norman)

Cohen, Raymond (Hyman)

Cohen, Robert

Cohn, Arthur

Coignet, Horace

Coin, Christophe

Coipeau, Charles.

Colachon.

Colaço Osorio-Swaab, Reine

Colaianni [Cola Ianno], Giuseppe

Colart le Boutellier

Colascione.

Colasse, Pascal.

Colautti, Arturo

Colbran, Isabella [Isabel] (Angela)

Colding-Jørgensen, Henrik

Cole, Benjamin

Cole, Hugo

Cole, John

Cole, Maggie

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

Cole, Orlando (Timothy)

Cole, (Frances) Ulric

Cole, William

Colebault, Jacques.

Coleman [Colman], Charles

Coleman, Cy [Kaufman, Seymour]

Coleman, Edward

Coleman, Ellen

Coleman, Michael

Coleman, Ornette

Coleman, Steve

Colenda.

Coler, Martin.

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel [Taylor, Samuel Coleridge]

Colerus, David.

Coles, George.

Cölestin

Colette, Marie-Noël

Coletti [Colletti], Agostino Bonaventura

Coletti, Filippo

Colgan [Colgon], James

Colgrass, Michael (Charles)

Colijns, Jean-Baptiste.

Colin, Guilielmo.

Colin, Pierre

Colin de Blamont, François.

Colini [Collini], Filippo

Colin Muset.

Coliseum.

Colista, Lelio

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

Coll, Antonio Martín y.

Colla, Giuseppe

Collaborative compositions.

Collaer, Paul

Collage.

Collan, Karl

Colla parte

Collard, Catherine

Collard, Edward [Edmond]

Collard, Jean-Philippe

Collard & Collard.

Collasse [Colasse], Pascal [Paschal, Pasquier]

Collebaudi, Antonio.

Collect.

Collectar

Collections, private.

College Music Society [CMS].

College of Organists.

College of St Nicholas.

Collegium musicum.

Collegium Musicum Ultrajectinum.

Collegium Vocale Ghent.

Col legno

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

Collet, Henri

Collett, John

Colletti, Agostino Bonaventura.

Collichon [Colichon], Michel

Collier, Marie

Collin [Colin] de Blamont, François

Collins, Anthony (Vincent Benedictus)

Collins, Edward (Joseph)

Collins, H(enry) B(ird)

Collins, Judy [Judith] (Marjorie)

Collins, Laura Sedgwick

Collins, Michael (John)

Collins, Nicolas (Bernd)

Collins, Peter

Collins, Phil(ip David Charles)

Collins, Shirley

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

Collis, Hainricus

Collum, Herbert

Colman.

Colman, Charles.

Colmar Manuscript

Colocion

Colofonia

Cologne

Cologne, Franco of.

Colombani [Columbano], Oratio

Colombani [Colombari], Quirino

Colombi [Colombo], Giovanni Antonio

Colombi [Colombo], Giovanni Bernardo

Colombi, Giuseppe

Colombia, Republic of

Colombini, Francesco

Colombo, Giovanni Antonio.

Colombo, Giovanni Bernardo.

Colón, Fernando [Hernán] [Columbus, Ferdinand]

Colón, Teatro.

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

Colonialism.

Colonna, Fabio [called Linceo]

Colonna, Giovanni Ambrosio

Colonna, Giovanni Paolo

Colonne, Edouard [Judas]

Colophane [colophonium, colophony].

Color

Coloration.

Coloratura

Colotomic structure [colotomy]

Colour and music.

Colour organ.

Colpo della glottide

Colston Hall.

Coltellini, Celeste

Coltellini, Marco

Coltman, John W.

Coltrane, John (William) [Trane]

Columbano, Oratio.

Columbia.

Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.

Columbia University.

Columbus.

Columbus, Ferdinand.

Colyns [Colijns], Jean-Baptiste

Coma, Annibale

Coma, Antonio.

Coma, Giacomo.

Comanedo, Flaminio

Combarieu, Jules (Léon Jean)

Combination action

Combination pedal.

Combination tone.

Combination unit [Combo].

Combinatoriality.

Combite songs.

Combo (i).

Combo (ii).

Comédie-ballet

Comenius, Johann Amos.

Come prima

Comes (i)

Comes (ii)

Comes (iii).

Comes, Bartholomeus.

Comes, Juan Bautista

Comes, Liviu

Comes [Gomez, Gomes], Pietro

Come sopra

Come stà

Comettant, (Jean-Pierre) Oscar

Comic opera.

Comişel, Emilia

Comişel, Florin

Comissiona, Sergiu

Comma.

Commanday, Robert (Paul)

Commedia dell’arte

Commedia per musica

Commer, Franz (Aloys Theodor)

Commercial.

Commission.

Committee for the Promotion of New Music.

Commodamente [commodo].

Commodore.

Common chord

Common flute.

Common of the Saints

Common time.

Commuck, Thomas

Commune sanctorum

Communion

Comodo

Compan, Honoré

Comparative musicology.

Compass.

Compenius.

Compensation frame.

Compensationsmixtur.

Compère, Loyset

Complainte

Complement.

Completorium.

Compline

Componium

Composers’ Collective of New York.

Composers’ Forum.

Composers' Guild of Great Britain.

Composers String Quartet.

Composing-out.

Composition.

Composition pedal.

Compound interval.

Compound stop.

Compound time [compound metre].

Compton, John (Haywood)

Compuestas

Computers and music.

Comte de Bretagne.

Comtessa de Dia.

Comus

Con

Con affetto.

Con agitazione.

Con amabilità.

Con amore.

Con anima.

Conant, Isabel.

Conati, Marcello

Con brio.

Concarini, Vittoria.

Conceição [Cõceyção], Diego da

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

Conceição [Cõceição], Roque da

Concentus

Concentus Musicus of Vienna.

Concert (i)

Concert (ii).

Concertante

Concertato

Concert de la Loge Olympique.

Concertgebouw Orchestra.

Concert Hall Society.

Concertina

Concertino (i)

Concertino (ii).

Concertmaster.

Concerto

Concert of Ancient [Antient] Music.

Concerto grosso.

Concerto Köln.

Concerts Lamoureux.

Concerts Pasdeloup.

Concert Spirituel

Concerts Populaires de Musique Classique.

Concertstück.

Concert toms.

Concitato.

Concone, (Paolo) Giuseppe (Gioacchino)

Concord.

Concord String Quartet.

Concours Olivier Messiaen.

Concussion bellows [winker].

Condell, Henry

Condensed score.

Con dolce maniera

Condon, Eddie [Albert Edwin]

Conducting

Conductors Guild.

Conductor’s part.

Conductus

Cone, Edward T(oner)

Conelly, Claire.

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

Confinalis

Conforti, Giovanni Battista

Conforti, Giovanni Luca

Conforto [Conforti], Nicola

Confractorium [antiphona ad confractionem]

Confrérie

Confrérie de la Passion.

Confrérie de St Julien-des-Ménétriers.

Confrey, Zez [Edward Elzear]

Confucius

Conga [congo].

Conga drum [conga, congas, tumba]

Congiet, Petrus [?Congeri, Pe.]

Congo.

Congo, Democratic Republic of the.

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

Con gravità

Congregational church, music of the.

Congress reports.

Congreve, William

Coni, Paolo

Coninck, Servaas de.

Coniuncta

Coniunctura

Conjunct.

Conlon, James (Joseph)

Conn.

Connell, Elizabeth

Connold, James

Connolly, Justin (Riveagh)

Conon [Quennon, Quenes] de Béthune

Conradi, August

Conradi, (Johann) Gottfried

Conradi, Johann Georg

Conradi [Counradi], Johann Melchior

Conradus de Pistoria [Coradus de Pistorio]

Conrad von Zabern [Conradus de Zabernia]

Conrat von Wertzeburc.

Con scioltezza.

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

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

Conseil International de la Musique

Consequent.

Conservatories.

Consilium, Johannes.

Con slancio.

Console.

Consoli, Marc-Antonio

Consonance.

Consoni, Carlo Donato.

Consoni, Don Giovanni Battista

Consoni, Don Giuseppe Antonio

Consonium.

Consort.

Consort anthem.

Consort of Musicke.

Consort song.

Con spirito.

Constance.

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

Constant, Franz

Constant, Marius

Constantin, Louis

Constantine VII Porphyrogennetus [Kōnstantinos Porphyrogennētos]

Constantinescu, Paul

Constantinidis, Yannis

Constanz, Hans von.

Con strepito

Contact microphone.

Contant, Alexis

Contarini, Marco

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

Conte, Il.

Contemporary Chamber Ensemble of New York.

Con tenerezza.

Conti, Carlo

Conti, Francesco Bartolomeo

Conti, Giacomo [Jacques]

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

Conti, Ignazio Maria

Conti, Lorenzo

Conti, Nicola [Niccolò]

Contilli, Gino

Continental fingering.

Contini, Domenico Filippo

Contino, Giovanni

Continuo [basso continuo]

Contius [Cuncius, Cuntius, Kuntze], Christoph

Contojo d'Arti e d'Industria.

Contra.

Contra-.

Contrabajo

Contrabass clarinet.

Contrabasso (i)

Contrabassoon.

Contradanza

Contrafactum

Contrafagotto

Contralto

Contrappunto

Contrappunto rigoroso

Contrapunctus

Contrapuntal.

Contrary motion

Contratenor

Contratenor altus

Contrebasse

Contrebasse d’harmonie

Contrebasson

Contredanse

Contredit d'Arras, Andrieu.

Contrepoint

Contrepoint sévère

Contreras, Agustín de

Contreras, José

Contreras, Salvador

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

Con velocità.

Converse, Frederick Shepherd

Conversi, Girolamo

Convert, P.

Convery, Robert

Conyngham, Barry

Cooder, Ry(land Peter)

Coogan, Philip.

Cook, Barbara (Nell)

Cook, E(dgar) T(homas)

Cook, John.

Cook, (Alfred) Melville

Cook, Thomas Aynsley

Cook, Will Marion

Cooke, Arnold (Atkinson)

Cooke, Benjamin (i)

Cooke, Benjamin (ii)

Cooke, Deryck (Victor)

Cooke, Henry

Cooke [Cook], J(ohn)

Cooke, Matthew

Cooke, Robert.

Cooke [Cook], Sam(uel)

Cooke, Thomas Simpson [Tom]

Cook Islands.

Coolen [Coelen], Lambert

Coolidge, Elizabeth (Penn) Sprague

Cool jazz.

Coon song.

Cooper, Ėmil (Al'bertovich)

Cooper, Imogen

Cooper, John.

Cooper, Kenneth

Cooper, Martin (Du Pré)

Cooper, Paul

Cooper, Robert.

Cooper, Wilson M.

Coover, James B(urrell)

Cope, David (Howell)

Copenhagen

Copenhagen Chansonnier

Coperario, John.

Coperti

Copinus, Alexander.

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

Copla.

Copland, Aaron

Coppel

Coppens, Claude A(lbert)

Copper Family [The Coppers].

Coppini [Coppinus, Copinus], Alessandro [Alexander]

Coppini, Aquilino

Coppola, Piero

Coppola, Pietro (Antonio)

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

Coptic church music.

Copula

Copula, copulatio

Copus, Caspar

Copyright.

Coquard, Arthur(-Joseph)

Cor

Cora.

Cor à clefs

Coradigni [Coradini], Francesco.

Coradini, Nicolò.

Coradus de Pistorio.

Coralli, La [‘Corallina’].

Cor alto

Cor à main

Cor anglais (i)

Cor anglais (ii)

Coranto.

Cor à pistons

Cor basse

Corbelli, Alessandro

Corbet, August (Louis Marcel)

Corbett, William

Corbetta, Francesco [Corbette, Francisque]

Corbin, Solange

Corbisieri [Corbisiero], Francesco

Corbisiero, Antonio

Cor des Alpes

Corboz, Michel(-Jules)

Corbrand [Corbronde], William

Cor buglèr

Corbus de Padua, Jacobus.

Corchea

Corcoran, Frank

Cordans, Bartolomeo

Corde

Cor de basset

Cor de chasse

Corde di resonanza

Cordeilles, Charles

Cordeiro da Silva, João.

Cordella, Geronimo [Girolamo]

Cordella, Giacomo

Cor de nuit

Corder, Frederick

Cordero, Ernesto

Cordero, Roque

Cordes

Cordes avallées [à corde avallée]

Cordes sympathiques

Cor d’harmonie

Cordier

Cordier, Baude

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

Cordiera

Cordoneanu, Constantin

Corea, Chick [Armando Anthony]

Corelli, Arcangelo

Corelli, Franco [Dario]

Corena, Fernando

Corfe.

Corfini [Corsini], Jacopo

Corfu

Corghi, Azio

Cori

Coriandoli, Francesco

Coria Varela, Miguel Angel

Corigliano, John (Paul)

Cori spezzati

Corista (i)

Corista (ii).

Corista (iii).

Çorita, Nicasio.

Cork.

Corkhill, David

Corkine, William

Cornacchioli, Giacinto

Cornago, Johannes

Cornamuda tuerto

Cornamusa (i)

Cornamusa (ii).

Cornamusa (iii).

Cornamuto torto

Cornazano [Cornazzano], Antonio

Cornazzani, Phileno Agostino

Corneille, Pierre

Corneille, Thomas [M. de l'Isle]

Cornejo, Rodolfo S(oldevilla)

Cornelius, J.

Cornelius, (Carl August) Peter (i)

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

Cornelys, Theresa [Imer, Teresa; Madame Trenti]

Cornemuse

Corner, David Gregor

Corner, Philip [Gwan Pok]

Cornet (i)

Cornet (ii).

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

Cornet, Séverin

Corneta (i)

Corneta (ii).

Corneta (iii).

Cornet à pistons

Cornet de poste

Cornetín

Cornett

Cornetta

Cornetta a chiavi

Cornetta di postiglione

Cornette, Victor

Cornetti, Paolo

Cornetto (i)

Cornetto (ii).

Cornet-Ton

Cornish.

Cornish Institute of the Performing and Visual Arts.

Corno (i)

Corno (ii).

Corno a macchina

Corno a mano

Corno da caccia [corno di caccia]

Corno di bassetto

Corno inglese (i)

Corno inglese (ii)

Cornon.

Corno naturale

Cornopean (i).

Cornopean (ii).

Cornophone.

Cornor.

Cornu.

Cornu, Andreas de.

Cornuel, Jean.

Cornysh [Cornish, Cornyshe, Cornysshe].

Corona, Agostino

Corona, Giovanni

Coronach

Coronado, Luis

Coronaro.

Coronatus.

Corpo di musica

Corporazione delle Nuove Musiche.

Corps de rechange

Corradi, Flamminio

Corradi, Giulio Cesare

Corradini [Coradini, Coradigni], Francesco

Corradini [Coradini, Corradino], Nicolò

Corranach

Corrêa [Correia], Henrique Carlos

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

Correa, Manuel [Manoel]

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

Corrêa de Azevedo, Luiz Heitor.

Correggio, Claudio da.

Correia, Fernão Gomes

Correia, Henrique Carlos.

Correia de Oliveira, Fernando.

Corrente

Corrette, Gaspard

Corrette, Michel

Correya, João.

Corri.

Corrido

Corroboree.

Corselli, Francisco.

Corsi [Cursi], Bernardo

Corsi [Corso], Giuseppe [Celano, Celani]

Corsi, Jacopo

Corsica.

Cor simple

Corsini, Jacopo.

Corsini, Lorenzo

Corteccia, (Pier) Francesco

Cortellini, Camillo [‘Il Violino’]

Cortés, Ramiro

Cortese, Luigi [Louis]

Cortese, Paolo

Cortez, Luis Jaime

Corthol.

Cortinas, César

Cortis [Corts], Antonio

Cortois, Jean.

Cortolezis, Fritz

Cortot, Alfred (Denis)

Corts, Antonio.

Corvinus, Christopher.

Corvinus, Johannes Michaelii.

Corvus, Valentinus.

Coryn, Roland

Cosaute [cosante]

Cos Cob Press.

Cosen [Cosens, Cosin], John.

Cosens, Benjamin.

Cosimi, Nicola [Nicolino]

Cosma, Octavian Lazăr

Cosma, Viorel

Cosma, Vladimir

Cosme, Luiz

Cosmerovius [Cosmerov, Kosmerovius], (Stanislaus) Matthäus

Cosmovici, George

Cossa, Basilio

Cossa, Vincenzo

Cossandi, Antonio

Cosset [Cossette, Cozette], François

Cossetto, Emil

Cossmann, Bernhard

Cossoni [Consoni, Cossogna, Cossonio], Carlo Donato

Cossotto, Fiorenza

Cossoul, Guilherme António

Cossuino, Antonius.

Cossutta, Carlo

Costa (i).

Costa (ii).

Costa, Dalmiro

Costa, Geronimo Maria

Costa, Helena Sá e.

Costa, Lelio.

Costa, Leonilde Moreira Sá e.

Costa, Madalena Sá e.

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

Costa, Sequeira

Costa, Vitorino José da.

Costa e Faria, Luiz Calixto da.

Costa e Silva, Francisco da.

Costa e Silva, José da.

Costallat.

Costantini, Alessandro

Costantini, Fabio

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

Costanzo, Fabrizio

Costa Rica

Coste, Gabriel

Coste, (Claude Antoine Jean George) Napoléon

Costeley [Cotelay, Cautelay], Guillaume

Costello, Elvis [MacManus, Declan]

Costinescu, Gheorghe

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

Cosyn [Cosens, Cousins, Cowsins], Benjamin

Cosyn [Cosen, Cosens, Cosin], John

Cosyn Virginal Book [Ben Cosyn's Virginal Book]

Cotapos (Baeza), Acario

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

Cotelay, Guillaume.

Cotell, Richard.

Cotes, Ambrosio

Cöthen [Köthen].

Cotillion

Cotomaccio, Carlo.

Cotrubas, Ileana

Cottage organ.

Cottage piano.

Cotter, Hans.

Cotterell

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

Cotton, Billy [William]

Cottone, Giovanni Pietro

Cottrau, Teodoro

Cotumacci [Cotomaccio], Carlo

Couac

Couchet.

Couesnon.

Coulé (i)

Coulé (ii)

Coulé (iii).

Coulement

Coulisse

Coulthard, Jean

Council of Trent.

Counradi, Johann Melchior.

Counter-exposition.

Counter-fugue.

Counterpoint

Countersubject.

Countertenor.

Country dance.

Country music.

Country rock.

Coupar, Robert.

Coup d’archet

Coup de glotte

Coup de langue

Couper [née Cooper], Mildred

Couper, Robert.

Couperin.

Coupillet, Nicolas.

Coupler

Couplet

Coupling

Couppeau, Charles.

Courante.

Couraud, Marcel

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

Courboin, Charles (Marie)

Courbois, Philippe

Courcelle [Corselli], Francisco [Francesco]

Couroierie, Oede de la.

Couronnée.

Couroupos, George

Courses

Court, Antoine de la.

Court, Henri de la.

Courtaut

Courtesan.

Courteville, Raphael [Ralph] (i)

Courteville, Raphael (ii)

Courtis, Jean-Philippe

Courtois.

Courtois [Courtoys, Cortois, Mourtois], Jean

Courtois [Courtoys, Curtois], Lambert

Courville [Courvile], Joachim Thibault de

Courvoisier, Walter

Cousin, Jean Escatefer dit

Cousineau.

Cousin Jacques.

Cousins, Benjamin.

Coussemaker, Charles-Edmond-Henri de

Cousser, Jean [John] Sigismond.

Cousu, Antoine du [de].

Coutinho, Francisco José

Coutreman [Couterman], Jacobus

Coutts, Francis Burdett Money.

Couture, Guillaume

Covell, Roger David

Covent Garden.

Covent Garden English Opera Company.

Coventry & Hollier.

Coventry plays.

Cover [cover version, cover record].

Covey-Crump, Rogers (Henry Lewis)

Coward, Sir Noël (Peirce)

Cowbells

Cowboy song.

Cowell, Henry (Dixon)

Cowen, Sir Frederic Hymen [Hymen Frederick]

Cow horn.

Cowie, Edward

Cowper [Cooper, Coupar, Couper], Robert

Cowsins, Benjamin.

Cox, David (Vassall)

Cox, Harry Fred

Cox [née Prater], Ida

Cox [Cocks, Cockx, Cokkes], Richard

Coxe, William

Coxsun [Coxson], Robert

Coya, Simone

Coypeau, Charles.

Coyssard, Michel

Cozette, François.

Cozio di Salabue, Count Ignazio Alessandro

Cozzella, Damiano

Cozzi, Carlo

Cozzolani, Chiara Margarita

Crabbé, Armand (Charles) [Morin, Charles]

Crackle.

Cracoviensis, N.Z.

Cracow.

Cradle song.

Craen, Nicolaus [Claes, Nicolaes]

Crafft.

Crafft, Georg Andreas von.

Craft, Robert

Craig, Carl.

Craig, Charles (James)

Craig, Edward (Henry) Gordon

Craighead, David

Cramer.

Cramer, Anna (Merkje)

Cramer, Carl Friedrich

Cramer, David

Cramer, J.B.

Crane, William

Cranesteyn, Gasparo.

Cranford, Thomas.

Cranford [Cranforth], William

Crang & Hancock.

Cranko, John

Cranz, August.

Crappius, Andreas

Craquer

Cras, Jean (Emile Paul)

Crass, Franz

Crasselius [Crasselt], Bartholomäus

Crassot, Richard

Craven, Elizabeth.

Cravo

Crawford, Jesse

Crawford, Richard (Arthur)

Crawford, Robert MacArthur

Crawford (Seeger), Ruth (Porter)

Crawley, Clifford

Craxton, (Thomas) Harold (Hunt)

Craxton, Janet

Cray, Robert

Cream.

Creation.

Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de

Crécelle

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

Credo

Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Crehore, Benjamin

Creighton, (Mary) Helen

Creighton [Crichton, Creyghton], Robert

Crema, Giovanni Maria da.

Crembalum

Cremer, Lothar (Winfried)

Cremona (i).

Cremona (ii).

Cremonese, Ambrosio

Crepitaculum

Crequillon, Thomas.

Crescendo

Crescentini, Girolamo

Crescere e scemare di voce

Cresci, Orazio.

Creshevsky, Noah (Ephraim)

Crespel, Jean

Crespin, Régine

Creston, Paul [Guttoveggio, Giuseppe]

Cresswell, Lyell (Richard)

Crete [Kriti].

Crétien, Gilles-Louis.

Crétien, Jean-Baptiste.

Crétien de Troyes.

Crevel, Marcus van

Creyghton, Robert.

Creytertjes

Cribelli, Arcangelo.

Cricquillon, Thomas.

Crisanius, Georgius.

Crisci, Oratio [Cresci, Orazio]

Crismann, Franz Xaver.

Crispi, Pietro Maria

Crispin van Stappen.

Crist, Bainbridge

Cristiani, Lisa (Barbier)

Cristo, Luís de.

Cristo, Pedro de

Cristoforeanu, Florica

Cristofori, Bartolomeo

Criticism.

Crivellati, Cesare

Crivellati, Domenico

Crivelli [Crivello, Cribelli], Arcangelo

Crivelli, Gaetano

Crivelli, Giovanni Battista

Croatia.

Croatti [Crotti], Francesco

Croce, Benedetto

Croce, Elena [Viviani, Elena Croce]

Croce, Giovanni [Ionne a Cruce Clodiensis; Chiozzotto]

Croche

Croci, Antonio

Crocker, Richard L(incoln)

Croes, Henri-Jacques de

Croft [Crofts], William

Croix

Croix, Antoine.

Croix sonore

Croiza [Conelly], Claire

Crokhorne.

Croll, Gerhard

Croma

Cromcorn [cromorne].

Cromorne (i)

Cromorne (ii).

Croner, Daniel

Cröner, Franz Carl Thomas

Cröner, Johann Nepomuk

Croner de Vasconcelos, Jorge.

Cronhamn, Johan [Jöns] Peter

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

Crook

Crook, Howard

Crooks, Richard (Alexander)

Crooning.

Cropper, Steve

Crosa [Croza], Giovanni Francesco

Crosby, Bing [Harry Lillis]

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

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

Crosdill [Crosdell, Crossdill, Crusdile], John

Cross, Joan (Annie)

Cross, Letitia

Cross, Lowell (Merlin)

Cross, Thomas

Cross-accent.

Crossdill, John.

Crosse, Gordon

Cross-fingering.

Cross flute.

Cross-Grainger free music machine.

Crossley, Paul (Christopher Richard)

Crossley-Holland, Peter

Crossover.

Cross-relation.

Cross-rhythm.

Cross-strung.

Crot.

Crotal.

Crotala [crotales]

Crotales.

Crotch, William

Crotchet

Crotte, Nicolas de la.

Crotti, Archangelo

Crotti, Francesco.

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

Crouch, Andrae (Edward)

Crouch [née Phillips], Anna Maria

Crouch, Frederick Nicholls

Crowd.

Crowson, Lamar

Croza, Giovanni Francesco.

Crozier, Catharine

Crozier, Eric

Crozier, Nancy.

Cruft, Adrian (Francis)

Cruft, Eugene (John)

Crüger, Johannes

Crüger, Pancratius

Cruit.

Crumb, George (Henry)

Crumhorn

Crusaders [Jazz Crusaders], the.

Crusdile, John.

Crusell, Bernhard Henrik

Crusius, Johann.

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

Cruz, Agostinho da

Cruz, Celia

Cruz, Filipe da

Cruz, Ivo

Cruz, Sor Juana Inés de la.

Cruz, Ramón de la

Cruz, Zulema de la.

Cruz Brocarte, Antonio de la.

Cruz de Castro, Carlos

Crwth [chorus, crot, crowd].

Cryptography, musical.

Crystallophone.

Crystal Palace.

Crystals, the.

Csakan

Csákány

Csapó, Gyula

Csárdás

Csáth, Géza [Brenner, József]

Csekö, Luís Carlos

Csemiczky, Miklós

Csermák, Antal György

Csiky, Boldizsár

C sol fa.

C sol fa ut.

Csomasz Tóth, Kálmán

Ctesibius [Ktesibios]

Cuatro.

Cuba, Republic of

Cuberli [Terrell], Lella

Cubop.

Cuclin, Dimitrie

Cucu, Gheorghe

Cucuel, Georges

Cudworth, Charles [Cyril Leonard Elwell]

Cue

Cuéllar y Altarriba, Ramón Félix

Cuénod [Cuenod], Hugues (Adhémar)

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

Cui, César [Kyui, Tsezar' Antonovich]

Cui [née Bamberg], Mal'vina Rafailovna

Cuíca [puíta].

Cui Jian

Cuivré

Cuivres

Cukkerman, Viktor Abramovich.

Culp, Julia

Culshaw, John (Royds)

Cummings, W(illiam) H(ayman)

Cuncius, Christoph.

Cunelier.

Cunha, Brasílio Itiberê da

Cunha, João Itiberê da

Cunningham, G(eorge) D(orrington)

Cunningham, Merce

Cuno, Johann.

Cuntius, Christoph.

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

Cupo

Cuppi [Cuppis] de Camargo.

Cura, José

Curci.

Curci [Curcio], Giuseppe

Curcio [Curci], Giuseppe (Maria)

Cure, the.

Curioni, Alberico

Curioni, Rosa

Curmi [Curmy], Alessandro

Curran, Alvin

Currentes

Currie, Russell

Currulao.

Curschmann, Karl Friedrich

Cursi, Bernardo.

Cursiva

Cursus

Curtain tune.

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

Curtin, Phyllis

Curtis, Alan (Stanley)

Curtis Institute of Music.

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

Curtis String Quartet.

Curtle [curtoll].

Curtois, Lambert.

Curwen.

Curzon, Sir Clifford (Michael)

Curzon, (Ernest) Frederic

Curzon, (Emmanuel) Henri (Parent) de

Cusanino.

Cushing, Charles (Cook)

Cushion dance [kissing dance].

Cusins, Sir William (George)

Custodio, Bernardino (Feliciano)

Custos

Cutell [Cotell], Richard

Cuti, Donato Antonio.

Cutner, Solomon.

Cut time

Cutting, Francis

Cutts, John

Cut-up

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

Cuvelier d'Arras, Jehan le

Cuvenor [Suvenor].

Cuvillie, John Baptiste

Cuvillier, Charles (Louis Paul)

Cuyás y Borés, Vicenc

Cuyler, Louise E(lvira)

Cuypers [Kuypers, Kuppers], Johannes Theodorus

Cuzzoni, Francesca

Cvetko, Dragotin

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

Cybot [Cibot, Cirot], Noel

Cybulski, Izydor Józef

Cyclic form.

Cyera, Hippolito.

Cylinder organ.

Cylinder piano.

Cymbal

Cymbala

Cymbalon [cymbalum]

Cymbals

Cymmrodorion Society.

Cynet.

Cyprian z Sieradza.

Cyprus.

Cyprus: medieval polyphony.

Cyrquillon, Thomas.

Cysoing, Jacques de.

Cythar

Czakan.

Czard, Georg [Czarth, George].

Czartoryska [née Radziwiłł], Marcelina, Princess

Czech Nonet.

Czech Quartet.

Czech Republic.

Czeczott [Czeczot; Danilewicz-Czeczot], Witold

Czegert, Josef.

Czekanowska(-Kuklińska), Anna

Czernohorsky, Bohuslav Matěj.

Czernowin, Chaya

Czerny, Carl

Cžerný, Jiří.

Czerný, Joseph.

Czerwiński, Wilhelm

Cziak, Benedikt.

Czibulka, Alphons

Cziffra, György [Georges]

Czyż, Henryk (Modest)

D

D.

Dabadie, Henri-Bernard

Dabtarā [debtera].

Daça, Esteban.

Da capo

D’Accone, Frank A(nthony)

Dach, Simon

Dachstein, Wolfgang [Egenolf]

Da Costa, Noel (George)

Da Costa, Paulinho

Dactalus de Padua.

Daddi, Francesco

Dadelsen, Georg von

Daff [daf, dap, def, defi, diaff, duff].

Dagincourt [d’Agincourt], François

Daguerre, Louis-Jacques-Mande

Dagues, Pierre

Dahl, Ingolf

Dahlhaus, Carl

Dahlström, Fabian

Dahm, Johann Jacob

Dahmen [Damen].

Dahomey.

Daija, Tish [Matish]

Dāira [dairea, daire, daireh, dahira, dajre, dara, dayre, doira].

Dairo, I.K. [Isaiah Kehinde]

Dakshinamoorthy, Yalpanam

D’Alamanya, Johan.

Dalayrac [D’Alayrac], Nicolas-Marie

Dal Barba, Daniel [Daniele] (Pio)

Dalbavie, Marc-André

Dalberg, Johann Friedrich Hugo Freiherr von

Dalberg, Nancy

Dalberto, Michel

Dalby, (John) Martin

Dalcaraz, Alfonso Flores.

Dalcroze, Emile Jaques.

Dal Dattaro, Ghinolfo.

Dale.

Dale, Arthur.

Dale, Benjamin (James)

Dale [née Richards], Kathleen

D’Alembert, Jean le Rond.

Daleo alias Turluron, Hylarius.

Dal Gaudio, Antonio.

Dalham.

Dalhart, Vernon [Slaughter, Marion Try]

D’Alheim, Mariya Alexeyevna Olenina.

Dall'Abaco, Evaristo Felice

Dall'Abaco, Joseph-Marie-Clément [Giuseppe Clemens]

Dalla Casa, Giovanni.

Dalla Casa, Girolamo [Girolamo da Udine]

Dalla Casa, Nicolò.

Dall'Aglio, Bartolomeo

Dalla [Della] Gostena [Lagostena], Giovanni Battista

Dallam [Dalham, Dallans, Dallow, D’Allam].

Dallapiccola, Luigi

Dall’Aquila, Marco [Adler, Marx vom]

Dall’Argine, Costantino

Dalla Rizza, Gilda

Dall’Arpa, Giovanni Leonardo.

Dallas.

Dalla Tavola, Antonio

Dalla Viola [della Viola, de la Viola, Viola].

Dalla Viola, Marc'Antonio.

Dalla Volpe, Lelio.

Dalle Palle, Scipione.

Dallery.

Dalley-Scarlett, Robert

Dallier, Henri (Edouard)

Dallis, Thomas

Dallis Lutebook

Dall’Oglio, Domenico

Dallow.

Dallo [Dayo] y Lana [Lanas], Miguel Matheo de

D'Almaine & Co.

Dalmas.

Dal Monte, Toti [Meneghelli, Antonietta]

Dalmorès, Charles [Boin, Henry Alphonse]

Dal Pane [Da’l Pane, Del Pane], Domenico

Dal Pestrino, Giulio.

Dal Pozzo, Vincenzo [Puteus, Vincentius]

Dal Prato [Del Prato], Vincenzo

Dal S.

Dal segno

Dalton, James

D’Alvarez [Alvarez de Rocafuerte], Marguerite

Dalvimare [d’Alvimare], (Martin-)Pierre

Dal Violin, Marc'Antonio.

Dalza, Joan Ambrosio

Dam, José Van.

Daman [Damon(d), Dema(u)nde, Demawnde, Dyamond], William

Damance, Paul [Amance, Paul d’]

Damaratsky, Wladzimir Alyaksandravich

Damaru.

Damascene, Alexander

Damase, Jean-Michel

Dambis, Pauls

D'Ambruys [Dambruys, D'Ambruis, Dambruis], Honoré

Damcke, Berthold

Damen.

Damenization.

Dameron, Tadd [Tadley Ewing Peake]

Damett [?Thomas]

Damianus a SS Trinitate.

D’Amico, Fedele

Dam-Jensen, Inger

Damm, Gustav.

Dammann, Rolf

Damme, José van.

Damned, the.

Da Modena, Giacomo.

Damon

Damon(d), William.

Damoreau, Etienne-Grégoire [l’aîné]

Damoreau (des Aulnais), Jean-François [le jeune]

Damoreau, Laure Cinti-.

Damper pedal.

Dämpfer

Dampierre, Marc-Antoine, Marquis de

Damrosch.

Damse, Józef

Dan, Ikuma

Đàn bâù [đàn đoc huyen].

Danby, John

Dance.

Dance, Stanley (Frank)

Dance, William

Dănceanu, Liviu

Dance music.

Dance of death

Dance organ.

Dance royale.

Danchet, Antoine

Danckert, Werner

Danckerts, Ghiselin

Dancla.

Danco, Suzanne

Dancourt [d'Ancourt], Louis Hurtaut [Heurtaux]

Dandā [dandī, dandiā].

Dandelot, Georges (Edouard)

Dando, Joseph (Haydon Bourne)

Dandrieu [Dandrieux, d’Andrieu, d’Andrieux].

Danek, Adalbert.

Dan Fog.

D'Angelico, John

D’Anglebert, Jean-Baptiste-Henry

D’Anglebert, Jean Henry

Danhuser, Der.

Danican.

Daniel [d’Aniels], Arnaut

Daniel, Francisco (Alberto Clemente) Salvador

Daniel, Jean [Miltou; Mitou]

Daniel, John.

Daniel, Oliver

Daniel, Paul

Daniel, Play of [Ludus Danielis].

Daniel, Salvador [Salvador-Daniel, Don]

Danieli, Irlando

Danielis, Daniel

Daniel-Lesur [Lesur, Daniel Jean Yves]

Daniélou, Alain

Danielpour, Richard

Daniels, Barbara

Daniels, David

Daniels, Joe [Joseph]

Daniels, Mabel Wheeler

Danilevich, Lev Vasil'yevich

Danilewicz-Czeczot, Witold.

Danilin, Nikolay Mikhaylovich

Danilov, Kirsha

Danish Musicological Society.

Dan'kevych, Kostyantyn Fedorovych

Dan'ko, Larisa Georgiyevna

Dankowski [Danek], Adalbert (Wojciech)

Dankworth, John [Johnny] (Philip William)

Danmark.

Dannemann (Rothstein), Manuel

Danner, Christian (Franz)

Danner, Johann Georg

Dannreuther, Edward (George)

Dannström, (Johan) Isidor

D’Annunzio, Gabriele

Danon, Oskar

D’Anossa, Giuseppe.

Danoville

Danse macabre

Dansker, Ol'ga L'vovna

Dansk Selskab for Musikforskning

Dansse real.

Dante Alighieri

Đàn tranh [đàn thap lục].

Danuser, Hermann

Danyel [Daniel], John

Danzi [Danzy].

Danzi, Franziska.

Danzig

Danzón.

Daoud, Rageh (Sami)

Da-Oz [Daus], Ram [Avraham]

Da Palermo, Mauro.

Daphnis.

Da Ponte, Lorenzo [Conegliano, Emmanuele]

Daquin [Dacquin, D'Acquin, D'Aquin], Louis-Claude

Darabukka [darbuka, darabuke, derbuga, derbukka common to many Arab musical traditions].

D'Arányi, Adila.

Darasse, Xavier

Darbellay, Etienne

D’Arcais, Francesco,

Darcis [d’Arcis, d’Arcy], François-Joseph

Darclée [Haricly, de Hartulary], Hariclea

Dardespin, Melchior.

Dare, Phyllis [Dones, Phyllis Haddie]

Darewski, Herman(n E.)

Dargason [Sedany].

D'Argentille, Charles.

Dargies, Gautier de.

D'Argillières [Dargillières, Desargillières].

Dargomïzhsky, Aleksandr Sergeyevich

D’Arienzo, Nicola

Dark [Darke], John

Darke, Harold (Edwin)

Darmstadt.

Darmstadt School.

Darnton, (Philip) Christian

Darokhin, Wladzimir Vasil'yevich

Darondeau, Henry

Darré, Jeanne-Marie

Darreg, Ivor [O'Hara, Kenneth Vincent Gerard]

Darrell, Peter

Dart, (Robert) Thurston

Dartington International Summer School.

Darvas [Steinberger], Gábor

Darwīsh, ‘Alī al-

Darwīsh, Sayyid [Sayed]

Dārziņš, Emīls

Dārziņš, Volfgangs

Daser, Ludwig

Dash.

Dashow, James (Hilyer)

Dasian [daseian] notation.

Dassoucy [D’Assoucy; Coypeau, Coipeau, Couppeau], Charles [Assoucy, Charles d’]

D'Ath, Andreas.

Dattari [Dal Dattaro], Ghinolfo

Dattila.

D’Attili, Dario

Daube, Johann Friedrich

Daubenrock, Georg

Daublaine-Callinet.

Dauer, Alfons Michael

Dauer, Johann [Joseph] Ernst

Daugherty, Michael

Dauney, William

Dauphin (i).

Dauphin (ii) [Dauphiné].

Dauprat, Louis François

Dauriac [d’Auriac], Lionel(-Alexandre)

Daussoigne [Daussoigne-Méhul], (Louis) Joseph

Dauvergne [D’Auvergne], Antoine

Dauverné, François Georges Auguste

D’Auxerre [Du Camp Guillebert], Pierre

D'Avalos, Francesco

Davantes [Antesignanus], Pierre

Davaux [Davau, D'Avaux], Jean-Baptiste

Daveluy, Raymond

Davenant, Sir William

Davenport, Francis William

Davesne [d’Avesne, Davesnes], Pierre Just

Davey, Henry

Davey, Shaun (Carrick)

Davico, Vincenzo

David

David, Félicien(-César)

David, Ferdinand

Dávid, Gyula

David, Hans T(heodor)

David, Johann Nepomuk

David, Léon

David, Mack

David, Thomas Christian

David ben Judah (Messer Leon)

Davide [David], Giovanni

Davidenko, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Davidoff [Levinson], Aleksandr

Davïdov, Karl Yul'yevich

Davïdov, Stepan Ivanovich

Davidovich, Bella

Davidovsky, Mario

Davidson, George Henry

Davidson, Tina

Davidsson, Åke

Davies.

Davies, Arthur

Davies, Ben(jamin Grey)

Davies, Cecilia

Davies, Clara Novello [Novello-Davies, Clara]

Davies, David Ivor.

Davies, Dennis Russell

Davies, Fanny

Davies, Harry Parr [Parr-Davies, Harry]

Davies [Davis], Hugh (i)

Davies, Hugh (Seymour) (ii)

Davies, Marianne [Mary Ann].

Davies [Davys], Mary [Moll] (i).

Davies, Mary (ii)

Davies, (Albert) Meredith

Davies, Peter Maxwell

Davies, Ryland

Davies, Tudor

Davies, Sir (Henry) Walford

Davis [Davies].

Davis, Sir Andrew (Frank)

Davis, Anthony

Davis, Carl

Davis, Sir Colin (Rex)

Davis, (Blind) Gary

Davis, Gussie Lord

Davis, Ivan

Davis [Davies, Davys], Mary [Moll]

Davis, Miles (Dewey, III) [Prince of Darkness]

Davis, Richard

Davis, William

Davison, A(rchibald) T(hompson)

Davison, Frederick

Davison, J(ames) W(illiam)

Davisson, Ananias

Davul.

Davy, Charles

Davy, John

Davy [Davys], Richard

Davys [Davies], Mary [Moll].

Dawīdha.

Dawson, Lynne

Dawson, Peter

Dawson, William Levi

Day, Alfred

Day [Kappelhoff], Doris

Day, John

Day, Richard

Daye [Daue, Dauey]

Dayo y Lana, Miguel Matheo de.

Daza [Daça], Esteban

D.C.

De.

Deagan.

Deak, Jon

Deal and Walmer Handelian Society.

Deale, Edgar Martin

De Amicis [De Amicis-Buonsollazzi], Anna Lucia

Dean, Roger

Dean, Thomas.

Dean, Winton (Basil)

Deane, Basil

Deane, Raymond

Deane [Dean], Thomas.

DeAngelis, Angelo [‘Rivotorto’]

De Angelis, Nazzareno

Dearie, Blossom

Dearing, Richard.

Death metal.

Deathridge, John (William)

Debain, Alexandre-François

Debali, Francisco José

De Bassini, Achille [Bassi]

De Bellis, Giovanni Battista

De Blanck Martín, Olga

De Blanck (Valef), Hubert

DeBlasio, Chris

Dębołęcki [Dembołęcki], Wojciech

De Boubers, Jean-Louis

De Boyescu, Parepa.

De Brassine.

Debrnov, Josef.

De Broda, Paulus.

De Bromhead, Jerome

De Busne, Antoine.

De Busscher [de Buescher], Henri

De Bussy

Debussy, (Achille-)Claude

De Caix d’Hervelois, Louis.

De Caro, Julio

Decani and cantoris.

Decapella

Decaux, Abel

Decca.

Decem

Deceptive cadence.

Dechevrens, Antoine

Dechler, David.

Decibel [dB].

Decima (i)

Decima (ii)

Décima

Decius [Degius, Deeg, Tech a Curia], Nikolaus [Nickel von Hof]

Decke

Declamation.

Decler, David.

Deconet, Michele

Deconstruction.

Decorus, Volupius.

Decoust, Michel (André)

Decrescendo

Decsényi, János

Decsey, Ernst (Heinrich Franz)

De Cupis.

Dedekind.

Deeg, Nikolaus.

Deep Purple.

Deering, Richard.

Def.

De Fabritiis, Oliviero (Carlo)

Defauw, Désiré

De Feghg, Willem.

De Ferrari, Serafino (Amedeo)

De Ferraris, Paolo Agostino.

De Fesch [Defesch, de Veg, de Feghg, du Feche], Willem [William, Guillaume, Guglielmus]

Def Leppard.

Defossez, René

De’ Franceschi.

Defronciaco

DeGaetani, Jan

Degen, Helmut

Degen, Johann

Degens & Rippin.

Deggeller [Deggeler], Johann Caspar

Degiardino, Felice.

De Giosa, Nicola

De’ Giunti Modesti.

Degius, Nikolaus.

Degli Antoni [Antonii], Giovanni Battista

Degli Antoni, Maria Maddalena.

Degli Antoni [Antonii], Pietro

DEG Music Products.

Degrada, Francesco

De Grandis, Renato

De Grandis, Vincenzo (i) [‘Il Romano’]

De Grandis, Vincenzo (ii)

Degree.

De Greef, Arthur

Degtyaryov, Stepan Anikiyevich

De Héman [Hémen, Le Héman].

De Hen, Ferdinand Joseph

Dehesse, Jean-Baptiste François

Dehmel, Richard

Dehn, Siegfried (Wilhelm)

Deiber.

Deichel.

Deilich, Philipp.

Deiss [Deus], Michael

Deiss, Raymond

Deissner.

Deiters, Hermann (Clemens Otto)

DeJohnette, Jack

De Jong, Marinus

De Judice, Caesar.

De Konink, Servaas.

De Koven, (Henry Louis) Reginald

De la Bassée, Adam.

Delaborde, Jean-Baptiste.

Delacôte, Jacques

De la Court, Antoine.

De la Court, Henri.

Delacroix, François.

De la Cruz, Ramón.

De la Cruz Mena, José

De Laet, Jean [Hans] [Latius, Joannes; Latio, Giovanni]

De la Farge, P.

Delafont [De la Font, De la Fons]

Delage, Maurice (Charles)

De la Halle, Adam.

Delaharpe, Jean François.

Delahaye, Jean [Johannes; ?Jehan Delahaie; Joannes Deshayes]

De la Hèle, George.

Delair, Etienne Denis

Delaistier, Maurice

Delalande, Michel

Delalande, Michel-Richard.

Delamain [De La Main, Delamaine], Henry

De la Marre.

De Lancie, John.

Delaney, Robert (Mills)

Delange [De Lange], Herman-François

Delannoy, Marcel

Delano, Jack [Ovcharov, Jascha]

Delany, John Albert

De la Pierre, Paul.

De Lara [Tilbury], (Lottie) Adelina

De Lara [Cohen], Isidore

De Larrocha, Alicia.

De la Rue, Pierre.

Delás, José Luis (de)

De la Sable, Antoine.

Delasol.

Delasolre.

De Latre [Delatre, De Lattre, Laetrius, De Latere], Petit Jean [Jehan, Jan; Johannes Petit]

Delaunay, Charles

Delaval, Mme

Delavergne, Antoine-Barthélemy.

Delavigne, Germain

De la Viola.

DeLay, Dorothy

Del Bivi, Paolo Antonio.

Delbos [Messiaen], Claire

Del Buono, Gioanpietro [Giovanni Pietro]

Del Campo, Conrado.

Del Chitarino, Pietrobono.

Del Cornetto, Ascanio.

Delden, Lex van [Zwaap, Alexander]

Deldevez, Edmé(-Marie-Ernest) [Edme, Edouard, Emile]

De Lemene, Francesco

Delerue, Georges

Delfert, Charles.

Delgadillo, Luis Abraham

Delgado (Chaves Rosa), Alexandre

Del Gaudio, Antonio.

Del Giudice, Cesare [Judice, Caesar de]

D'Elia, Vincenzo

Delibes, (Clément Philibert) Léo

Delicato

Delin [Deligne], Albert

DeLio, Thomas

Delipari, Michele

Delius, Frederick [Fritz] (Theodore Albert)

Delius Society.

Della Bella, Domenico

Della Casa, Lisa

Della Ciaia [Ciaja], Azzolino Bernardino

Della Corte, Andrea

Della Faya [La Faya], Aurelio

Del Lago, Giovanni [Pre Zanetto]

Della Gostena, Giovanni Battista.

Della-Maria, (Pierre-Antoine-)Dominique

Della Porta, Francesco

Della Porta, Gasparo

Della Porta, Gioseppe

Della Rota, Adriano

Dell’Arpa [Dall’Arpa, Mollica], Giovanni Leonardo [Giovan, Gian, Gianleonardo]

Dell’Arpa, Orazio.

Della Valle, Pietro [‘Il Pellegrino’]

Della Viola.

Della Viola, Alessandro [Alexander].

Della [Dalla] Volpe, Lelio

Delle Palle [Dalle Palle, Del Palla, Vecchi detto Delle Palle], Scipione

Deller, Alfred (George)

Deller [Teller, Döller, Töller], Florian Johann

Delle Sedie, Enrico

Dellinger, Rudolf

Dello Joio, Norman

Del Mar, Norman (René)

Del Matta, Mauro [Domenico].

Delmedigo, Joseph Solomon [‘Yashar’]

Del Mónaco, Alfredo

Del Monaco, Mario

Del Negro, Giulio Santo Pietro.

Delogu, Gaetano

Del Palla [Del Palle], Scipione.

Del Pane, Domenico.

Del Pomo [Pomius], Francesco

Del Puente, Giuseppe

Del Puerto, Diego.

Del Rosso, Giovanni Maria.

Delsart [Delsaert], Jules

Del Tredici, David (Walter)

Del Turco, Giovanni

Del Turco, Lorenzo.

De Luca, Giuseppe

De Luca [Di Luca], Severo [Saverio]

De Lucia, Fernando

De Lussan, Zélie

Delusse, Christophe

De Lusse [De-Lusse; Delusse].

Delvaux, Albert

Delvincourt, Claude

Del Violino, Carlo.

Del Violino, Giovanni Battista.

Delz, Christoph

Demachi, Giuseppe

Demachy, Sieur de.

DeMain, John

Démancher

Demantius [Demant], (Johannes) Christoph

De Marchi, Emilio

Demars [De Mars], Charles (Paul) [le cadet]

Demars, Hélène-Louise

Demars [de Mars], Jean Odéo [Odo]

Demawnde, William.

Dembiński, Bolesław (Gregor)

Dembolecki [Dembołęcki], Wojciech.

Dembski, Stephen (Michael)

De Meester, Louis.

Demelius, Christian

Demenga, Thomas

Demény, János

Demessieux, Jeanne

De Mey, Guy

De Mey, Thierry

DeMezzo, Pietro

Demian, Wilhelm [Vilmos]

De Michaele, Antoninus.

Demidenko, Nikolay

Demierre, Jacques

Demillac, Francis-Paul.

Dēmioergos

Demi-pause

Demiriş, Okan

Demisemiquaver

Demi-soupir

Demiton

Demmler [Demler, Dümmler], Johann Michael

De Monte Regali, Eustachius.

Dempster, Stuart (Ross)

Dempster, Thomas

De Murska, Ilma.

Demus, Jörg

Demuth, Norman (Frank)

Dench, Chris(topher)

Dencke, Jeremiah

Dendrino, Gherase

Denefve, Jules

Deneufville, Johann Jacob.

De Neve.

Deng Lijun [Teresa Teng]

Den Haag

Denièle, Pierre de.

Denis (i), Dom.

Denis (ii).

Denis (iii).

Denis, Claude

Denis, Jean-Baptiste

Denis, Martin

Denis, Pierre [Pietro]

Denis, Valentin [Emile Julien Ernest]

Denis d'or [goldene Dionys].

Denis le Grant.

Denisov, Edison (Vasil'yevich)

Denkmäler

Denmark

Denner [Tenner].

Denny, Sandy [Alexandra]

Denny, William D(ouglas)

De Nobel, Felix

Denon.

Dens, Michel (Maurice Marcel)

Densmore, Frances

Denson, Seaborn M.

Denss, Adrian

Dent, Edward J(oseph)

Dentice.

Denver.

Denza, Luigi

De Packh, Maurice

Depansis

Departamento de Musicología.

Depeche Mode [Depêche Mode].

De Peyer, Gervase (Alan)

De’ Pietri, Antonio.

Déploration

Deppe, Ludwig

Deppisch, Valentin (Joseph)

DePreist, James (Anderson)

Derbès, Jean

De Reszke.

Dering [née Harvey], Lady Mary

Dering [Deering, Dearing, Diringus etc.], Richard

Dermota, Anton

Dernesch, Helga

De Roda, Paulus.

De Rogatis, Pascual

Derosiers [Desrosiers, Derosier], Nicolas [La Vigne, Nicolas Martin de]

De Rossi, Francesco.

De Rossi, Giuseppe.

Derrick

Derungs, Martin

Dervaux, Pierre

Dervish music.

De Rycke, Antonius.

Derzhanovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovich

Derzhinskaya, Kseniya Georgiyevna

Des

De Sabata, Victor

Desaides, Nicolas.

De Santis.

De Saram, Rohan

Desargillières.

Désargus, Xavier

Desarzens, Victor

Désaugiers, Marc-Antoine

Désaugiers, Marc-Antoine-Madeleine

De Saxe, Chrétien-Charles.

Des Bordes

Des Buissons [Desbuissons], Michael-Charles

Descant.

Descant recorder.

Descartes, René

Descaunt [descaunte].

Deschamps, Emile

Deschant [deschaunt, deschaunte].

Deschênes, Marcelle

Desclée.

Descordato.

Descort.

Desderi, Claudio

Desderi, Ettore

Desenne, Paul

Deses

Desgranges, Claude

Deshayes.

Deshayes, André Jean-Jacques.

Deshayes, Pierre Louis [le fils].

Deshayes [Des Hayes, des Hayes, Deshays], Prosper-Didier

Deshevov, Vladimir Mikhaylovich

Desideri, Girolamo

De Silva [De Sylva], Andreas

De Simone, Roberto

Deslins [Deslius], Joannes [Johann]

Deslouges, Philippe.

Des Marais, Paul (Emile)

Desmarets [Desmarest, Desmaretz, Desmarais], Henry

Desmazures [Desmasures], Laurent

De Smet, Raoul

Desmond, Astra

Desmond [Breitenfeld], Paul (Emil)

Des Murs, Jehan.

Desolre.

Desormery [Désormerie], Léopold-Bastien

Désormière, Roger

Dešpalj, Pavle

Despić, Dejan

Desplanes, Jean-Antoine.

Desportes, Philippe

Desportes, Yvonne (Berthe Melitta)

Despréaux, Jean-Etienne

Despréaux, Louis Félix, le cadet

Desprez, Louis-Jean

Despuig, Guillermo.

Desquesnes, Jean

Desrosiers, Nicolas.

Dessau.

Dessau, Paul

Dessauer, Josef [Joseph]

Dessay, Natalie

Dessì [Dessy], Daniela

Dessin

Dessler, Wolfgang Christoph

Dessus

Dessus de musette.

Destinn [Kittl], Emmy [Destinnová, Ema]

Destouches, André Cardinal

Destouches, Franz Seraph von

Destranges, Louis (Augustin Etienne Rouillé)

Desyatnikov, Leonid Arkad'yevich

Deszczyński, Józef

Deszner [Teschner, Teszner], Salomea

Détaché (i)

Détaché (ii)

De Thier, Henry.

Detoni, Dubravko

De Torices, Benito Bello.

De Totis, Giuseppe Domenico

De Troffeis, Ruggier.

Detroit.

Dett, R(obert) Nathaniel

Deulich, Philipp.

Deus, Filipe da Madre de.

Deus, Michael.

Deutlich

Deutlich, Jeremias.

Deutsch, Max

Deutsch, Otto Erich

Deutsche Grammophon.

Deutsche Musikgesellschaft.

Deutscher

Deutscher Verlag für Musik.

Deutsche Schalmey

Deux temps

De Van, Guillaume [Devan, William Carrolle; Van, Guillaume de]

Devčić, Natko

De Veg, Willem.

Development.

Devi, Girija

Devi, Siddheswari

Devienne, François

De Vinea [à Vinea, de Vigne, van den Wijngaerde], Antonius

Devisenarie

Devismes [Devisme] [née Moyroud], Jeanne-Hippolyte

De Vito, Gioconda

DeVoto, Mark (Bernard)

Devoyon, Pascal

Devreese, Frédéric

Devreese, Godfried

Devrient, Eduard (Philipp)

Devroye, Théodore Joseph [Vroye, Théodore Joseph de]

De Waart, Edo [Eduard]

Dezais, Joseph.

Dezède [D.Z., Dezèdes, Desaides, De Zaides], Nicolas [?Alexandre]

Dezime

D'Haene, Rafaël

Dhāk [dhak, dhakkā, deru].

D’Harcourt, Marguerite Béclard.

Dharmawan, Dwiki

D’Hautell [D’hotel], Nicolas.

Dhelfer [D’Helfert, D’Helpher], Charles.

Dhikr [zikr]

Dhol.

Dholak [dholkī, dhulkī, dōlak, dulki].

Dhomont, Francis

D’Hooghe, Clement (Vital Ferdinand)

Dhrupad

Di [dizi].

Dia, Beatriz de.

Dia, Comtessa de

Diabaté, Toumani.

Diabelli, Anton

Diabolus in musica

Diacono, Carlo

Diadkova, Larissa

Diaghilev [Dyagilev], Sergey Pavlovich

Dial.

Dialogue

Diamond (Cavanagh), Beverley (Anne)

Diamond, David (Leo)

Diamond, Jody

Dianda, Hilda

Diapason (i).

Diapason (ii).

Diapason (iii).

Diapason (iv).

Diapente

Diaphone.

Diaphonia [dyaphonia]

Dias, Amílcar Vasques

Diaspora.

Diastematic

Dias Velasco, Nicolao.

Diatessaron

Diatonic

Diaz, Alirio

Díaz, Félix Guerrero.

Díaz, Gaspar.

Diaz (González), Joaquin

Díaz, Justino

Díaz [Díez] Bessón, Gabriel

Dibák, Igor

Di Bari, Marco

Dibdin, Charles

Dibelius, Ulrich

Di Cataldo, Salvatore [Cataldo, Salvatore di]

Dicey, William.

Dichord.

Dick, Robert

Dickens, Charles

Dickerson, Roger Donald

Dickinson, Clarence

Dickinson, Emily

Dickinson, George Sherman

Dickinson, Peter

Dickman, Stephen (Allen)

Dickson, (Katharine) Joan (Balfour)

Dictionaries and encyclopedias of music.

Didacus a Portu.

Diddley bow.

Diderot, Denis

Didjeridu.

Didkovsky, Nicholas [Nick]

Di Domenica, Robert Anthony

Didur, Adam [Adamo]

Didymus [Didymos ho mousikos]

Dieffopruchar [Dieffoprukhar].

Diemer, Emma Lou

Diémer, Louis(-Joseph) [Joseph-Louis]

Diepenbrock, Alphons (Johannes Maria)

Dieren, Bernard (Hélène Joseph) van

Dies [Thies], Albert Christoph

Dièse

Diesineer [Diesener, Diesneer, Diesner, Diessener, Disineer, Dissner], Gerhard

Dies irae

Diesis (i)

Diesis (ii)

Diesener [Diesener], Gerhard.

Diessener, Gerhard.

Dieter, Christian Ludwig

Dieterich, Georg.

Dietmar von Aist [Eist, Ast, Aste, de Agist]

Dietrich, Albert (Hermann)

Dietrich [Dieterich, Theodoricus], Georg

Dietrich, Marlene [Maria Magdalene]

Dietrich [Dieterich, Theodericus, Theodorici], Sixt [Sixtus, Xistus]

Dietrichstein, Graf Moriz von

Dietricus [Karlsruhe Anonymous]

Dietsch [Dietch, Dietzch, Dietz], (Pierre-)Louis(-Philippe)

Diettenhofer, Joseph [Giuseppe]

Dietz [Dietzsch], Anton Ferdinand.

Dietz, Johann Christian (i)

Dietz, Johann Christian (ii)

Dietz [Dietzch], Louis.

Dieupart, Charles [François]

Diez

Díez, Consuelo

Dièze

Diez Nieto [Dieznieto], Alfredo (Anastasio)

Di Fazio [Facio], Anselmo [Fatius, Anselmus]

Diferencia (i) [differencia]

Diferencia (ii)

Difference

Difference tone.

Differentia

Di Giacomo, Salvatore

Di Giovanni, Edoardo.

Dignum, Charles

Dijk, Jan van

Dijon.

Diktonius, Elmer (Rafael)

Dīksitar, Muttusvāmi

Diletsky [Dilezki], Nikolay [Nikolai] (Pavlovich) [Dylecki, Mikołaj]

Dille, Denijs

Dilliger [Dillinger], Johann

Dillon, Fannie Charles

Dillon, James

Di Lorenzo, Mariano

Dilthey, Wilhelm (Christian Ludwig)

Di Luca, Severo [Saverio].

Diluendo

Dima, Gheorghe

Di Maggio, Francesco

Di Martinelli, Guillelmus-Carolus

Di Micheli, Antonino [De Michaele, Antoninus]

Dimidietas

Diminished interval.

Diminished seventh chord.

Diminished triad.

Diminuendo

Diminution.

Dimitrescu, Constantin

Dimitrov, Georgi

Dimitrova, Ghena

Dimmler [Dimler, Dümler], Franz Anton

Dimov, Bojidar

Di Murska, Ilma.

D'India, Sigismondo

D’Indy, Vincent.

Dinescu, Violeta

Ding Shande

Dinicu, Grigoraş

Dinis [Denis], Dom, King of Portugal

Diniz, Jaime (Cavalcanti)

D’Intino, Luciana

Diomedes.

Dionigi, Marco

Dionysiou.

Dionysius Trebellianus.

Dionysus [Dionysos; Bacchus; Bakchos].

Dioxeian

Di Paula [di Paula di Catanzaro], Innocentio

Direct

Direction

Dire Straits.

Direzione

Dirge.

Dirigieren

Diringus, Richard.

Diruta, Agostino

Diruta [Mancini], Girolamo

Dis.

Discant [descant, descaunt(e), deschant, deschaunt(e), dyscant; verb: discanten]

Discantus

Discépolo, Enrique Santos [Discepolín]

Disco.

Discography.

Discordable [discordant, discordé]

Discordato.

Disertori, Benvenuto

Disineer [Dissner], Gerhard.

Disis.

Disjunct.

Disminución

Disposition (i).

Disposition (ii).

Dissonance.

Di Stefano, Giuseppe

Distin.

Distler, Hugo

Distler, Johann Georg

Distropha, tristropha [double apostrophe, bistropha; triple apostrophe].

Ditfurth, Franz Wilhelm Freiherr von

Dithyramb

Ditonus

Ditson, Oliver.

Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters von [Ditters, Carl]

Dittmer, Luther A(lbert)

Dittrich, Paul-Heinz

Divall, Richard

Divertimento

Divertissement

Divider

Divine Liturgy (Byzantine)

Divine Office.

Divisi

Division.

Division viol.

Divitis, Antonius [Rycke, Anthonius; Le Riche, Anthoine]

Divoto

Dix, Aureus [Aurius, Audius, Aureo]

Dixieland jazz.

Dixième

Dixon, (Charles) Dean

Dixon, George

Dixon, George Washington

Dixon, Reginald (Herbert)

Dizdari, Limos

Dizi, François Joseph

DJ [Disc jockey] (i).

DJ (ii).

Djaelani, Yoesbar

Djamin, Yazeed

Djemil, Enyss [Demillac, Francis-Paul]

Djibouti.

Djurić-Klajn, Stana.

Dlabač, Bohumír [Godefridus] Jan [Dlabacž, Gottfried Johann]

D la sol.

D la sol re.

Długoraj, Wojciech [Albertus]

Dlugoszewski, Lucia

Dłuski, Erazm

Dmitriyev, Georgy Petrovich

Do

Doane, William H(oward)

Dobiáš, Václav

Doblados

Doblinger.

Döbricht, Johanna Elisabeth

Dobro.

Dobronić, Antun

Dobroven, Issay Aleksandrovich [Barabeichik, Ishok Israelevich]

Dobrowolski, Andrzej

Dobrski, Julian

Dobrzyński, Ignacy Feliks

Dobson, Lynn A.

Dobszay, László

Doçaine

Doche, Joseph Denis

Docke

Docker, Robert

Doctrine of musical figures.

Doctrine of the Affections.

Documentatie in Nederland voor Muziek.

Dodart, Denis

Dodd (i).

Dodd (ii).

Dodds, Baby [Warren]

Dodds, Johnny [John]

Dodecaphony.

Dodge, Charles (Malcolm)

Dodgson, Stephen (Cuthbert Vivian)

Dodworth.

Doe, Paul (Maurice)

Doef [Doff]

Doerr, Ludwig

Doflein, Erich

Dogleg jack.

Dognazzi, Francesco

Doh.

Döhl, Friedhelm

Döhler, Theodor (von)

Dohnányi, Christoph von

Dohnányi, Ernő [Ernst von]

Dohnányi, Oliver von

Doif

Doigté

Doina.

Doizi de Velasco, Nicolás [Dias Velasco, Nicolao]

Dokshitser, Timofey (Aleksandrovich)

Doktor, Paul

Dol, Joseph.

Dolan, Robert Emmett

Dolar [Tolar, Tollar, Thollary], Joannes Baptista [Janez Krstnik, Jan Křtitel]

Dolby, Charlotte.

Dolcan

Dolce (i)

Dolce (ii)

Dolcevillico, Francesco Saverio.

Dolcian.

Dolcissimo

Doles, Johann Friedrich

Doležálek, Jan Emanuel

Dolge, Alfred

Dolgorukov, Prince Pavel Ivanovich

Doliarius, Hieronim.

Dolidze, Viktor

Doll [Dol], Joseph [Giuseppe]

Dollarhide, Theodore

Dollé, Charles

Döller, Florian Johann.

Dolmetsch.

Dolphy, Eric (Allan)

Doltzana [dolzana, dulzan, dulzana].

Dolukhanova, Zara [Zarui] (Agas'yevna)

Dolzaina [doltzana, dolzana, dulcina, dulzaina, dulzan, dulzana]

Dolzhansky, Aleksandr Naumovich

Dolzian.

Domaine Musical.

Domaniewski, Bolesław Marian

Domanínská [Klobásková, Vyčichlová], Libuše

Domanský, Hanuš

Domarto, Petrus de

Domberger, Georg Joseph.

Dömbra [dombira].

Domenico [Dominici], Gianpaolo di [Paolo, Giampaolo de, Giovan Paolo de]

Domenico da Pesaro [Dominicus Pisaurensis]

Domenico [Domenichino, Domenegino] da Piacenza [da Ferrara]

Domenicus Gundissalinus.

Domestic music.

Domestikos.

Domgraf-Fassbänder, Willi

Domhardt, Gerd

Dominant (i).

Dominant (ii).

Dominant seventh chord.

Domingo, Plácido [Placido]

Dominguez, Oralia

Dominican College.

Dominican friars.

Dominican Republic [formerly Santo Domingo]

Dominiceti, Cesare

Dominici, Gianpaolo [Giovan Paolo] di.

Dominicus de Ferraria

Dominicus Pisaurensis.

Domino, Fats [Antoine]

Dommer, Arrey von

Domnérus, Arne

Domnich, Heinrich

Domokos, Pál Péter

Domville, Silas.

Donà, Mariangela

Donadze, Lado (Vladimer)

Donalda [Lightstone], Pauline

Donaldson, John

Donaldson, Walter

Donath, Helen

Donati [Donat].

Donati, Baldassare.

Donati, Bindo d’Alesso

Donati, Ignazio

Donato [Donati], Baldassare [Baldissera]

Donato da Cascia [Magister Dominus Donatus de Florentia]

Donatoni, Franco

Donaueschingen.

Donāy [Dūnāy].

Donberger [Donnberger, Domberger], Georg Joseph

Doncastre, W. [?William] de

Donceanu, Felicia

Dönch, Karl

Donegan, Lonnie [Donegan, Anthony James]

Donemus Foundation.

Donfrid [Donfried], Johann [Johannes]

Don heusser, Der.

Doni, Antonfrancesco

Doni, Giovanni Battista

Donington, Robert

Donizetti, (Domenico) Gaetano (Maria)

Donizetti, Giuseppe

Donnberger, Georg Joseph.

Donner, Henrik Otto

Donnerblech

Donnini, Girolamo

Donohoe, Peter

Donostia, José Antonio de [José Gonzalo Zulaica y Arregui]

Donovan, Richard Frank

Dont, Jakob [Jacob]

Donzelli, Domenico

Doof

Doolittle, Amos

Doors, the.

Doorslaer, Georges van.

Doo-wop.

Doppel-Be

Doppel-Cadenz

Doppelflöte

Doppelganze-Note

Doppelkreuz

Doppelleittonklang

Doppelschlag

Dopper, Cornelis

Doppio bemolle

Doppio diesis

Doppio movimento

Doppioni

Doppio pedale

Doppler.

Dor [Doro, d’Or], Josquin

Dorati, Antal

Dorati [Doratius], Girolamo [Geronimo, Hieronymus]

Dorati, Nicolao [Nicolaus, Niccolo, Nicolò]

Đorđević, Vladimir R.

Dordiglione

Doret, Gustave

Dörffel, Alfred

Dorfman, Joseph

Doria, Clara.

Dorian.

Dorian, Frederick

Dorian sixth.

Dorian Wind Quintet.

Dorico, Valerio

Döring, Johann Friedrich Samuel

Dorini, Gregorio.

Dorman, Mrs.

Dorn

Dorn, Heinrich Ludwig Egmont

Dornel, Louis-Antoine

Dorset Garden Theatre.

Dorsey, Jimmy [James]

Dorsey, Thomas A(ndrew) [Georgia Tom]

Dorsey, Tommy [Thomas]

Dortmund.

Dorus-Gras [née Van Steenkiste], Julie(-Aimée-Josephe [Joséphine])

Dorward, David (Campbell)

Doss, Adolf von

Dos Santos.

Dostal, Nico(laus Josef Michaël)

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor Mikhaylovich

Dot

Dotār.

Dotesio.

Dôthel [D’Hautell, D’hotel, D’hôtel, Dhotel, Dothel, Dötel, Dottel], Nicolas [Niccolò] [il figlio]

Dot notation.

Dotted note.

Dotted rhythms.

Dotti, Anna Vincenza

Dot-way [dot notation].

Dotzauer, (Justus Johann) Friedrich

Doubisson.

Double (i).

Double (ii).

Double (iii).

Double (iv).

Doublé

Double apostrophe.

Double bar.

Double bass [bass, contrabass, stand-up bass, string bass, upright bass]

Double bassoon [contrabassoon]

Double bémol

Double counterpoint.

Double croche

Double cursus.

Double curtaile.

Double dièse

Double flat.

Double fugue.

Double harpsichord.

Double-headed drum.

Double organ.

Double punctum.

Double-ronde

Double sharp.

Double stopping.

Double subject.

Double theme.

Double tonguing.

Doublette

Double virga.

Double whole note.

Doubling (i).

Doubling (ii).

Doubling (iii).

Doubling (iv).

Doubrava, Jaroslav

Doubravová, Jarmila

Douçaine

Douce

Doucemelle

Doucement

Douchaine

Douglas, Barry

Douglas, Clive Martin

Douglas, Minnie [Lizzie].

Douglas, Roy

Doukkali, Abdelwahab [al-Dūkkālī, ‘Abd al-Wahāb]

Dounias, Minos E.

Dourlen, Victor-Charles-Paul

Dousmoulin, Joseph.

Doussaine

Douwes, Claas

Doux

Douzième

Dovgan', Vladimir Borisovich

Dow, Daniel

Dowd, William (Richmond)

Dowiakowska-Klimowiczowa, Bronisława (Apolonia Izabela)

Dowland, John

Dowland, Robert

‘Dowland’ Lutebook

Downbeat

Down-bow.

Downes, Sir Edward (Thomas)

Downes, Edward O(lin) D(avenport)

Downes, (Edwin) Olin

Downes, Ralph (William)

Dow Partbooks

Doxology

Doyagüe, Manuel José

Doyen, Jean

Doyle, Roger

D’Oyly Carte, Richard.

Dozza, Evangelista

Draaiorgel

Draconi, Giovanni Andrea.

Draeseke, Felix (August Bernhard)

Drag.

Dragatakis, Dimitris

Dräger, Hans-Heinz

Draghi, Antonio

Draghi, Bernardino [Bernardino di Pietro]

Draghi, Giovanni Battista

Dragma

Drăgoi, Sabin V(asile)

Dragonetti, Domenico (Carlo Maria) [‘Il Drago’]

Dragoni [Draconi], Giovanni Andrea

Dragostinov, Stefan

Dragoumis, Markos [Marc]

Dragutinović, Branko

Drake, Alfred [Capurro, Alfredo]

Drake, Erik

Drake, William

Drama per musica.

Dramatic opera.

Drame lyrique

Dramma giocoso

Dramma [drama] per musica

Draper, Charles

Draper, Haydn (Paul)

Drassdorf, Heinrich.

Draudius [Draud, Draut], Georg

Drawn sound

Drawstop.

Dreaper.

Drechsel.

Drechsler.

Drechsler, Joseph

Drehleier

Drehorgel

Dreiklang

Drei Masken Verlag.

Dreiser, Paul.

Dreisig, Flemming

Dresden.

Dresden, Sem

Drese, Adam

Dresher, Paul (Joseph)

Dressel [Dressler, Drechsler].

Dressel, Erwin

Dresser [Dreiser], (John) Paul

Dressler.

Dressler, Ernst Christoph

Dressler, Gallus

Dretzel [Dretzl, Tretzel, Drechsel, Trechsel].

Dreux

Dreux, Jacques-Philippe

Dreves, Guido Maria [Uhlenhorst, Ulrich von]

Drew, David

Drexel, Johann Chrysostomus [Johann Evangelist]

Dreyer, Giovanni Filippo Maria [‘il Tedeschino’]

Dreyer, Johann Melchior

Dreyfus, George

Dreyfus, Huguette

Dreyfus, Laurence

Dreyschock, Alexander

Driessler, Johannes

Driffelde [?Robert]

Drigo, Riccardo

Dring, Madeleine (Winefride Isabelle)

Drinker, Henry S(andwith)

Drinker [née Hutchinson], Sophie Lewis

Drischner, Max

Driver, Paul (William)

Driving.

Droardus Trecensis.

Droghierina, La.

Dromal [Dromael, Droumael], Johannes

Drone (i)

Drone (ii).

Dropa, Matthias

Drossdorf, Heinrich.

Droste-Hülshoff, Annette von

Drottningholm.

Drouet, Louis(-François-Philippe)

Droumael, Johannes.

Drozdov, Anatoly Nikolayevich

Drozdowski, Jan [Jordan, Jan]

Druckman, Jacob Raphael

Drum

Drum-calls.

Drum-chime.

Drum kit [drum set, trap set].

Drum-major.

Drum ’n’ bass.

Drumroll.

Drum set.

Drumslade [drumsled].

Drumstick.

Drumstrokes.

Drury Lane Theatre.

Druschetzky [Druschetzki, Družecký, Druzechi, Držecky, Truschetzki], Georg [Jiří]

Drusina, Benedict de

Druskin, Mikhail Semyonovich

Družecký, Jiří.

Druze music.

Dryden, John

Dryffelde, Robert.

Drysdale, Learmont

Držecky, Jiří.

D.S.

D sol re.

Dualism

Duarte, Leonora

Dub (i) [dubb].

Dub (ii).

Du Bellay, Joachim

Düben.

Du Billon, Jhan.

Dubisson.

Dublin.

Dublin Troper

Dublin Virginal Manuscript

Dubois, Alfred

Du Bois, Jean.

Du Bois, Léon

Du Bois, Shirley (Lola) Graham

Dubois, Philippe

Dubois, Pierre Max

Dubois, (François Clément) Théodore

Dubos, Abbé Jean-Baptiste

Dubosc, Catherine

Du Bosc, (Guillaume) Simon

Dubourg, Matthew

Dubreuil, Jean

Dubrovay, László

Dubrovnik

Du Buisson [Dubuisson].

Dubuque [Dyubyuk], Aleksandr Ivanovich

Du Bus, Gervais [Gervès].

Dubut.

Du Buysson.

Duc, Filippo [Filippo de, Philippe de] [Le Duc, Philippe]

Duçaina

Du Camp Guillebert, Pierre.

Du Cange, Charles (Dufresne), Sieur

Ducasse, Jean Roger.

Du Caurroy, Eustache

Duch, Benedictus.

Duchambge [Du Chambge; née du Montet], (Charlotte-Antoinette-)Pauline

Duché de Vancy, Joseph-François

Du Chemin [Chemyn], Nicolas

Ducis [Duch, Dux, Herzog], Benedictus

Duckles, Vincent H(arris)

Duckworth, William (Ervin)

Du Contant de la Molette, Philippe

Du [de] Cousu, Antoine

Ducrest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie-Félicité.

Ducroquet, Pierre Alexandre.

Duct flute [whistle flute].

Ductia.

Duda [Dudy].

Dudelsack

Dudley, Anne

Due corde

Duet

Dueto, Antonio

Duettino

Duetto notturno

Dufallo, Richard (John)

Du Faur de Pibrac, Guy.

Dufaut [Du Faut, Du Fault, Dufau], François

Du Fay [Dufay; Du Fayt], Guillaume

Dufay Collective.

Du Feche, Willem.

Duff.

Duff, Arthur Knox

Dufly, Jacques.

Dufon [Du Fon], Jean [Jean de Namur]

Dufour, Denis

Du Four, Jherome.

Dufourcq, Norbert

Dufourt, Hugues

Dufranne, Hector

Du Gaucquier, Alard [Nuceus; Allardo]

Dugazon [Gourgaud], (Alexandre-Louis-)Gustave

Dugazon [née Lefèbvre], Louise-Rosalie

Du Grain [du Grain], Jean [Dügren, Johann Jeremias]

Dügren, Johann Jeremias.

Dügy, Hans [Johannes].

Duhamel, Antoine

Duhan, Hans

Duhl.

Duiffoprugcar.

Dujardin, Marbrianus.

Dukas, Paul (Abraham)

Dukát, Josef Leopold Václav

Dukay, Barnabás

Duke, John (Woods)

Duke, Richard

Duke, Vernon [Dukelsky, Vladimir Alexandrovich]

Duke’s Theatre.

Dulcayna (i)

Dulcayna (ii)

Dulçayna.

Dulce melos.

Dulceon

Dulceuse

Dulciaan

Dulcian (i) [dolcian]

Dulcian (ii) [dolcian]

Dulciana.

Dulcimer

Dulcina.

Dulcitone.

Dulcken.

Dulcken [David], (Marie) Louise [Louisa, Luise]

Dulęba [Dulemba], Józef

Dulichius [Deulich, Deilich, Teilich], Philipp

Dülken, Sophie.

Dülon, Friedrich Ludwig

Dulot [Du lot, Dullot], François

Dulova, Vera (Georgiyevna)

Dulzaina.

Dulzan [doltzana, dolzana, dulzana].

Dulzian (i)

Dulzian (ii)

Duma

Dumage, Pierre

Dumanoir, Guillaume

Dumas [Davy de la Pailleterie], Alexandre [père]

Dumas, Jean

Dumay, Augustin

Dumb organist.

Dumesnil, René (Alphonse Adolphe)

Du Mingxin

Dumitrescu, Gheorghe

Dumitrescu, Iancu

Dumitrescu, Ion

Dumka

Dümler, Franz Anton.

Dümmler, Johann Michael.

Dumonchau [Dumoncheau], Charles-François

Du Mont [de Thier], Henry

Dump.

Dunayevsky, Isaak Iosifovich

Duncan, Isadora

Duncan, (Robert) Todd

Duncan, Trevor (Leonard Charles Trebilco)

Duncker Lavalle, Luis

Dunhill, Thomas (Frederick)

Duni, Antonio

Duni, Egidio (Romualdo) [Duny, Egide (Romuald)]

Duniecki, Stanisław

Dunkeld Antiphoner

Dünki, Jean-Jacques

Dunn, Blind Willie.

Dunn, Thomas (Burt)

Dunning, Albert

Dunsby, Jonathan (Mark)

Dünser, Richard

Dunstaple [Dunstable, Dunstapell, Dumstable, Donstaple, etc.], John

Duny, Egide.

Duo.

Duo-Art.

Duodecima

Duodrama.

Duparc, Elisabeth [‘Francesina’]

Duparc [Fouques Duparc], (Marie Eugène) Henri

Duphly [Dufly, Du Phly etc.], Jacques

Dupin, Paul

Dupla

Duplessis [Duplessy, Plessis, Plessy].

Du Plessis, Hubert (Lawrence)

Duplet.

Duple time.

Duplex.

Duplex longa.

Duplex scaling.

Duplum, duplex

Dupoitt, G.

Duponchel, Jacques [Giacomo]

Dupont, G.

Dupont, Gabriel Edouard Xavier

Dupont, Guillaume-Pierre [Pierre-Guillaume]

Dupont, Henri-Denis

Dupont, Jean-Baptiste

Dupont, Nicolas

Dupont, Pierre

Duport.

Duprat, Régis (Ronchi)

Duprat, Rogério

Dupré [Du Pré].

Dupré, Desmond (John)

Dupré, Elias [Dupre, Helias]

Du Pré, Jacqueline

Dupré, Louis

Dupré, Marcel

Duprez, Gilbert(-Louis)

Dupuis, Albert

Dupuis, Sylvain

Dupuis, Thomas Sanders [Saunders]

Dupuits (des Bricettes), Jean-Baptiste

Du Puy, (Jean Baptiste) Edouard (Louis Camille)

Du Puy, Henry.

Dupuy, Martine

Duquesnoy [Lanctin, Lanetin], Charles-François-Honoré

Dur

Durán, Domingo Marcos

Duran, Josep [Durán, José]

Duran, Profiat [Isaac ben Moses]

Duran, Simeon (ben Zemah)

Durand.

Durand, August (Fryderyk).

Durand, Joël-François

Durango, Juan de

Durán-Loriga, Jacobo

Duranowski [Durand], August (Fryderyk)

Durante, Francesco

Durante, Ottavio

Durante, Silvestro

Durastanti, Margherita

Durazzo, Count Giacomo (Pio Francesco Antonio Maria)

Durbin, Deanna [Edna Mae]

Durchführung

Durchgang

Durchimitation

Durchkomponiert

Durdreiklang

Durées, langue des.

Du Reneau.

Duret.

Du Retz, Jakub.

Durey, Louis (Edmond)

Durezza

D’Urfey [Durfey], Thomas

Durham.

Ðurić-Klajn [Djurić-Klajn], Stana

Durieux, Frédéric

Ďuriš, Juraj

Durkó, Zsolt

Durlach.

Durlet, Emmanuel

Durme, Jef van.

Durner, Charles [Karl] F.

Durocher

Durollet [Du Rollet], Marie François Louis Gand Leblanc.

Durón, Diego

Duron, Jean

Durón, Sebastián

Duronceray, Marie-Justine-Benoîte.

Dürr, Alfred

Dürr, Walther

Dürrner, Johann(es) Rupprecht

Durrschmied, Carl.

Duruflé [née Chevalier], Marie-Madeleine

Duruflé, Maurice

Durville, Philippe

Du Sablon, Antoine.

Dusapin, Pascal

Du Sart [Doussart, Dusart, Dussart], Jean [Petit Jean, Petit Jehan; Sart Janne de]

Duschmalui, Joseph.

Dušek, František

Dušek [Duschek, Duscheck, Dussek], František Xaver

Dušek [Dušková] [née Hambacher], Josefa [Duschek, Josepha]

Dushkin, Samuel

Dusík.

Dusíkova, Veronika Elisabeta.

Dusinello, Giuseppe

Dušková, Josefa.

Dussek [Dusík, Dussik].

Dussek, Franz Xaver.

Düsseldorf.

Dussik.

Dustmann-Meyer, (Marie) Louise

Dutār [dotār].

Du Tartre [Dutartre], Jean-Baptiste

Dutch Guiana.

Dutch organ.

Du Tertre, Estienne

Dutilleux, Henri

Dutillieu [Dutilleu, Du Tilleul], Pierre

Dutoit, Charles

Dütsch [Dyutsh], Georgy Ottonovich

Dütsch [Dyutsh], Otto Johann Anton

Duval, Mlle (first name unknown)

Duval, Denise

Duval, François

Duverger [Duvergé].

Duvernoy [Duvernois], Frédéric Nicolas

Duvernoy, Victor Alphonse

Dűvő.

Dux, Benedictus.

Dux, Claire

Dux (Lat.: ‘leader’, ‘guide’), comes

Duyse, Flor [Florimond] van

Dvangs-bzang, A-lce

Dvarionas, Balys

Dvořák, Antonín (Leopold)

Dvorsky, Michel.

Dvorsky, Peter

Dwight, John Sullivan

Dyagilev, Sergey Pavlovich.

Dybeck, Richard

Dyce, William

Dychko, Lesya (Lyudmila) Vasil'yevna

Dyer, Mrs.

Dygon [Wyldebore], John

Dykes, John Bacchus

Dykes Bower, Sir John

Dylan, Bob [Zimmerman, Robert Allen]

Dylecki, Mikołaj.

Dynamics.

Dynamophone.

Dynaphone.

Dyson, Sir George

Dyubyuk, Aleksandr Ivanovich.

Dyutsh, Georgy Ottonovich.

Dyutsh, Otto Johann Anton.

Dzerzhinsky, Ivan Ivanovich

Dzhudzhev, Stoyan

Dzhurov, Plamen

E

E.

Eaglen, Jane

Eagles.

Eagles, the.

Eames, Emma

Early Christian Church, music of the.

Early Latin secular song.

Early music.

Early Music America.

Early Music Consort of London.

Early Music Now.

Earsden, John

Easdale, Brian

East [Easte, Est, Este], Michael

East [Easte, Este], Thomas

East Asia.

Easte, Michael.

Easte, Thomas.

Easter Island.

Eastman School of Music.

Easton, Florence

East Syrian rite, music of the.

East West.

Eastwood, Thomas Hugh

Eaton, John C(harles)

Ebadi, Ahmad

Ebb, Fred.

Ebbinge, Ku

Ebdon, Thomas

Ebeling, Christoph Daniel

Ebeling, Johann Georg

Ebell, Heinrich Carl

Eben, Petr

Eberhard, Johann August

Eberhardt, Goby [Johann Jakob]

Eberhardt, Siegfried

Eberhard von Freising

Eberl, Anton (Franz Josef)

Eberlin, Daniel

Eberlin, Johann Ernst

Ebers, Carl [Karl] Friedrich

Ebers, John

Ebert, (Anton) Carl [Charles]

Ebert, Jörg [Georg]

Eberwein, (Franz) Carl (Adalbert)

Eberwein, Traugott (Maximilian)

Ebisawa, Bin

Ebner, Leopold Ignacije

Ebner, Wolfgang

Ebraica.

Ebran [Abran, Abrahan, Ebram, Hebran]

Ebreo da Pesaro, Guglielmo.

Eccard, Johannes

Ecchienus [?Ormestad, ?Ormsen], Caspar

Eccles.

Ecclesiastical mode.

Echancrures

Echantilloneur

Echappée

Echappement

Ēchēma [apēchēma, enēchēma, epēchēma].

Echerlin, Fanny [Frantiszka].

Echevarría [Chavarri, Chavarría, Echavarría].

Echo.

Echo flute

Echo organ.

Ēchos

Eck.

Eckard [Eckardt, Eckart], Johann Gottfried

Eckardt, Hans

Eckel, Matthias

Eckelt [Eckoldt], Johann Valentin

Eckerlin [Echerlin, Ekerlin], Fanny [Frantiszka]

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

Eckhardt, Mária

Eckoldt, Johann Valentin.

Eckstein, Pavel

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

Eclisses

Eclogue

ECM [Editions of Contemporary Music].

Ecole d’Arcueil.

Ecole Royale de Chant.

Ecorcheville, Jules (Armand Joseph)

Ecossaise

Ecuador.

Eda-Pierre, Christiane

Eddy, (Hiram) Clarence

Eddy, Duane

Eddy, Nelson

Ede, Gilles [Aegidius] van den.

Edel, Yitzhak

Edelawer, Hermann.

Edelinck [Elinck, Elinc], Pieter

Edelmann, Jean-Frédéric [Johann Friedrich]

Edelmann, Moritz

Edelmann, Otto

Eden, Gilles [Aegidius] van den.

Eden-Tamir Duo.

Eder, Helmut

Eder, Joseph.

Edgcumbe, Richard.

Edinburgh.

Edison, Thomas (Alva)

Editing.

Editio Musica Budapest (EMB)

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

Editions, historical.

Edler, Arnfried

Edlerawer [Edelawer, Erdelawer, Edlerauer], Hermann

Edle v. Ghelenschen Erben.

Edlund, Lars

Edlund, Mikael (Bengt Olof)

Edmund

Edmunds [St Edmunds], John

Edo.

Edomites, music of the.

Edson, Lewis

Education.

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

Edwards (i)

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

Edwards, F(rederick) G(eorge)

Edwards, George (Harrison)

Edwards, Henry Sutherland

Edwards, Julian

Edwards [Edwardes], Richard

Edwards, Ross

Edwards, Sian

Eeden, Gilles van den.

Eeden, Jan [Jean Baptiste] van den

Effective length.

Effinger, Cecil

Effrem [Efrem], Mutio [Muzio]

Egardus [Engardus]

Egedacher.

Egeland Hansen, Finn.

Egenolff, Christian

Egeria [Aetheria, Etheria, Eucheria]

Egerton, Julian

Eger von Kalkar, Heinrich

Egge, Klaus

Eggebrecht, Hans Heinrich

Eggen, Arne

Eggert, Joachim (Georg) Nicolas

Egidius.

Egidius [Aegidius] de Murino [Morino]

Egidius de Pusiex [Egidius]

Egidius [Johannes Aegidius; Juan Gil] de Zamora

Egizziello.

Egk [Mayer], Werner (Joseph)

Egli, Johann Heinrich

Eglinton, 12th Earl of [Montgomerie, Hugh]

Egmond, Max (Rudolf) van

Egressy, Béni [Galambos, Benjámin]

Egüés, Manuel de

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

Ehe.

Ehlers, Alice (Pauly)

Ehmann, Wilhelm

Ehrenberg, Carl Emil Theodor

Ehrenberg [Erenberg], Vladimir Georgiyevich

Ehrenbote.

Ehrenstein, Johann Jakob Stupan von.

Ehrlich, Abel

Ehrlich, Cyril

Ehrlich, (Karl) Heinrich (Alfred)

Ehrling, (Evert) Sixten

Eibenschütz, Ilona

Eichberg, Julius

Eichenauer, Richard

Eichendorff, Joseph (Karl Benedikt), Freiherr von

Eichheim, Henry

Eichhorn, Kurt (Peter)

Eichmann, Peter

Eichner, Adelheid Maria

Eichner, Ernst (Dieterich Adolph)

Eichorn, Johann

Eidenbenz, Johann Christian Gottlob

Eigeldinger, Jean-Jacques

Eiges [Eyges], Konstantin Romanovich

Eight foot.

Eighth-note.

808 State.

Eilend

Eilhardt, (Friedrich Christian) Carl

Eimert, Herbert

Einem, Gottfried von

Einfall

Einfelde, Maija

Eingang

Ein Gev Festival.

Einlage

Einleitung

Einschnitt

Einstein, Alfred

Einstein, Arik

Éire.

Eiríksdóttir, Karólína

Eis

Eisen, Cliff

Eisenach.

Eisenberg, Maurice

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

Eisenhut [Eisenhuet], Thomas [Tobias]

Eisenhuth, Đuro

Eisenmann, Oliver

Eisenstadt International Haydn Festival.

Eisenvioline

Eisis

Eisler, Edmund.

Eisler, Hanns

Eisodikon

Eist, Dietmar von.

Eisteddfod.

Eitner, Robert

Eitz method.

Ek, (Fritz) Gunnar (Rudolf)

Ekerlin, Fanny [Frantiszka].

Ekkehard of St Gallen.

Eklund, Hans

Ekmalian, Makar Grigori

Ekphōnēsis.

Ekphonetic [lectionary] notation.

Eksanishvili, Eleonora (Grigor'yevna)

Ektār [ektārā, ekanāda].

Ėkvodin [Ecvodion].

E la.

Elaboration.

E la mi.

Elamite music.

Elberfeld.

El Conte, Bartolomeo.

El-Dabh, Halim (Abdul Messieh)

Elder, Mark (Philip)

Elders, Willem [Wilhelmus] (Ignatius Maria)

Eldridge, (David) Roy [‘Little Jazz’]

Electric & Musical Industries.

Electric bass guitar [bass guitar].

Electric guitar.

Electric organ.

Electric piano.

Electro-acoustic music.

Electronic instruments.

Electronic music.

Electronic organ.

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

Electronic piano.

Electronic sackbut.

Electronium.

Electrophone [electronophone].

Electrophonic instruments.

Eleftheriadis, Emilios.

Elegy

Elektronium.

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

Eler [Elerus], Franz [Franciscus]

Elevation.

Eleventh

Elewyck, Xavier van.

Elfman, Danny

Elford, Richard

Elgar, Sir Edward (William)

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

Elias, Brian (David)

Elías, José

Elías, Manuel de

Elias Salomo.

Eliasson, Anders (Erik Birger)

Elie, Justin

Eliezer, Bentzion (Nissim)

Elimot

Elin, Hanns.

Eliot, T(homas) S(tearns)

Elisagarus.

Elizabeth I, Queen of England

Elízaga, José Mariano

Elizalde, Fred [Federico]

Elizza, Elise [Letztergroschen, Elisabeth]

Elkan, K.

Elkan-Vogel.

Elkus, Albert I(srael)

Elkus, Jonathan (Britton)

Ella, John

Eller, Heino

Ellerton, John Lodge

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

Ellice Islands.

Ellicott, Rosalind Frances

Elling, Catharinus

Ellingson, Ter

Ellington, Duke [Edward Kennedy]

Elliot, Thomas

Ellis [Sharpe], Alexander J(ohn)

Ellis [née Caughie], Catherine J(oan)

Ellis [Elsas], Mary

Ellis, Osian (Gwynn)

Ellis, Vivian (John Herman)

Ellis, William Ashton

Elman, Mischa

Elmendorff, Karl (Eduard Maria)

Elmenhorst, Heinrich E.

Elming, Poul

Elmo, Cloe

Elmore, Robert (Hall)

Elorduy (Medina), Ernesto

Eloy, Jean-Claude

Eloy d'Amerval

El-Qassabguī, Mohamad

Elsaedi, Ahmed

El Salvador, Republic of

Elsbeth, Thomas

Elschek, Oskár

Elscheková(-Stankovičová), Alica

Elsmann, Heinrich

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

Elsner, Jürgen

Elson, Louis Charles

El-Sonbāty, Riad

Elssler.

Elst, Johannes [Jan] van der

Elston, Arnold

Elvers, Rudolf

Elvey, Sir George (Job)

Elwart, Antoine (Aimable [Amable] Elie)

Elwell, Herbert

Elwes, Gervase (Cary)

Ely.

Emanuel Moór pianoforte.

Embellishment.

Embouchure

Emerich, Johann [Emericus, Johannes]

Emerson, Lake and Palmer [ELP].

Emerson String Quartet.

Emery, Walter (Henry James)

EMI [Electric & Musical Industries].

Emidy, Joseph Antonia

Emingerová, Kateřina

Emiolia

Ėmiriton.

Emmanuel, (Marie François) Maurice

Emmelēs

Emmer, Huib

Emmerik, Ivo van

Emmerson, Simon (Thomas)

Emmert, Johann Joseph

Emmett [Emmit], Dan(iel Decatur)

Empfindsamkeit

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

Ems, Bad.

Emsheimer, Ernst

E-mu [Eμ].

En chamade

Enchiriadis, Musica.

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

Enclume

Encomium

Encore.

Enculturation.

End correction.

Endechas

Endellion Quartet.

Enderle, Wilhelm Gottfried

Enderlin, Hieronymus.

Enders, Karel Vilém

Enders, Karl.

Endler, Johann Samuel

Endoviensis, Christoffel van.

Endpin [tailpin]

Endres, Karl.

Endrèze [Kraeckmann], Arthur

Endter.

Enēchēma.

Enescu, George [Enesco, Georges]

Engardus.

Engel, Carl (i)

Engel, Carl (ii)

Engel, Hans

Engel, Joel [Yuly Dmitrevich]

Engel, Johann Jakob

Engel, Karl

Engel, (A.) Lehman

Engelbert of Admont

Engelmann, Georg (i)

Engelmann, Georg (ii)

Engelmann, Hans Ulrich

Engelmann, Johann Christoph.

Engerer, Brigitte

Engführung

England (i).

England (ii).

Englander [Engländer, Englaender], Ludwig

Engländer, Richard

Engler.

Englert, Anton

Englert, Giuseppe G(iorgio)

English Bach Festival.

English Baroque Soloists.

English Chamber Orchestra [ECO].

English Concert.

English fingering.

English flute.

English Folk Dance and Song Society.

English guitar.

English horn (i).

English horn (ii).

English Music Theatre Company.

English National Opera [ENO].

English Northern Philharmonia.

English Opera Group.

English Sinfonia.

English sol-fa.

English violet

English waltz.

Englitt.

Englund, (Sven) Einar

Engramelle, Marie Dominique Joseph

Engraving.

Enharmonic.

Enharmonic keyboard.

Enicelius [Ennicellius], Tobias

Enkōmion

Enlightenment

Enna, August (Emil)

Enndres, Hieronymus.

Ennicellius, Tobias.

Ennio, Aegidio.

Ennis, William.

Ennis, Seamus [Séamas Ó hAonghusa]

Enno, Sebastian [Sebastiano]

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

Enoch.

Enrichelli, Pasquale.

Enrique [Enrique de Paris; Enrique Foxer; Enricus]

Enriquez (Salazar), Manuel

Ensalada

Ensaladilla

Ensemble.

Ensemble Clément Janequin.

Ensemble Gilles Binchois.

Ensemble music, sources of.

Ensemble Musica Antiqua.

Ensemble Organum.

Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne.

Enström, Rolf

Entartete Musik

Entr’acte

Entrada.

Entraigues

Entrée

Entremés

Entremets.

Entremont, Philippe

Entry.

Entwicklungsform

Entwurf

Enueg (Provençal).

Envelope.

Environmental music [background music].

Enzina, Juan del.

Eoliphone.

Eősze, László

Eötvös, Peter [Péter]

EP [Extended play].

Epēchēma.

Ephrata Cloister.

Ephrem Moire

Ephrem [Ephraem] Syrus [Ephrem the Syrian]

Ephrikian, Angelo

Ephymnion

Epicedium

Epics.

Epikēdeion.

Epinal, Gautier d’.

Epinette

Epinette de Vosges.

Epinikion [epinicion, epinicium]

Epiphonus

Episcopius [de Bisschop], Ludovicus

Episcopus, Melchior.

Episema

Episode.

Epistle

Epistle sonata.

Epistolary

Epithalamium

Eppstein, Hans

Epstein [née Polacheck], Dena J(ulia)

Equale.

Equalizer.

Equal temperament

Equal voices.

Eques Auratus Romanus.

Equiluz, Kurt

Erard.

Erart [Erars], Jehan

Erasmus, Desiderius

Erasmus of Höritz.

Erato (i).

Erato (ii).

Eratosthenes

Erb, Donald (James)

Erb, Karl

Erba, Dionigi

Erbach [Erbacher], Christian

Erbach, Friedrich Karl, Count of

Erben, (Johann) Balthasar

Erben, Henry

Erbse, Heimo

Erculeo [Ercoleo, Erculei], Marzio

Erdbogen

Erdelawer, Hermann.

Erdeli, Ksenia (Alexandrovna)

Erding-Swiridoff [née Erding], Susanne

Erdmann, Eduard

Erede, Alberto

Eredi [Heredi], Francesco

Eredia, Pietro.

Eremita [Heremita], Giulio

Erfordia, Johannes de.

Erfurt.

Ërgashev, Anvar Yuldashevich

Erhard [Erhardi], Laurentius

Erheben

Erhu [Erh-hu].

Erić, Zoran

Ericchelli, Pasquale.

Erich, Daniel

Erich [Erichius], Nicolaus

Erickson, Raymond

Erickson, Robert

Ericourt, Daniel

Erier, Thomas.

Erigena, John Scotus.

Eritrea.

Erk, Ludwig Christian

Erke.

Erkel.

Erkin, Ulvi Cemal

Erkomaishvili.

Erlanger, Camille

Erlanger, Baron François Rodolphe d’

Erlanger, Baron Frédéric d'

Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich

Erler, Hermann.

Ermler, Mark

Ernesaks, Gustav

Ernoul [Ernous] le vielle de Gastinois

Ernst II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

Ernst, Alfred

Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm

Ernst, Siegrid

Ernst Ludwig, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt

Eröd, Iván

Erpf, Hermann (Robert)

Errichelli [Ericchelli, Enrichelli], Pasquale

Erskine, Thomas Alexander.

Ertl [Ertel, Erthel, Ertelius], Sebastian

Ertmann [née Graumann], (Catharina) Dorothea von

Erythräus, Gotthart

Erzähler

Erzlaute

Es

Esaulov, Andrey Petrovich

Escapement

Escatefer.

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

Eschelletes

Eschenbach, Christoph

Eschenburg, Johann Joachim

Escher, Rudolf (George)

Eschig, Max(imilian)

Eschmann, Johann Carl

Eschstruth, Hans Adolph Friedrich von

Esclamazione

Escobar, André de

Escobar, Cristóbal

Escobar, Luis Antonio

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

Escobar (Budge), Roberto

Escobedo, Bartolomé de

Escorial, El.

Escorihuela [Escorigüela], Isidro

Escot, Pozzi

Escribano [Scrivano], Juan [Scribanus, Iohannes]

Escriván, Julio (César) d'

Escudero, Bernardo de Peralta.

Escudero, Francisco

Escudier.

Escurel, Jehannot de l'.

Eses

Ėshpay, Andrey Yakovlevich

Esipova, Anna Nikolayevna.

Eskdale, George (Salisbury)

Eslava.

Eslava (y Elizondo), (Miguel) Hilarión

Esmorsata

Espagne [d’Espagne], Franz

España

Españoleta.

Espelt, Francisco

Esperança, Pedro da

Espigueta

Espinal, Gautier d'.

Espinel, Vicente

Espinosa, Juan de

Esplá (y Triay), Óscar

Esposito, Michele

Espressivo

Espringale

Esquila

Esquisse

Esquivel (Navarro), Juan de

Esquivel Barahona, Juan (de)

Essek

Essen.

Essenga [Essengha], Salvatore [Salvadore]

Esser, Heinrich

Esser, (?Karl) Michael, Ritter von

Essex, Margaret

Essl, Karlheinz

Esswood, Paul (Lawrence Vincent)

Est, Michael.

Estampie

Este.

Este, Isabella d'.

Este, Michael.

Este, Thomas.

Estebe y Grimau, Pablo.

Estella, José (Atanacio)

Esterháza.

Esterházy.

Esterházy, Pál [Paul]

Estes, Simon (Lamont)

Estevan, Fernand

Estève, Pierre

Esteves, João Rodrigues

Esteve [Estebe] y Grimau, Pablo [Pau]

Estévez, Antonio

Estey Organ Co.

Esthetics of music.

Estienne, François

Estilo.

Estinguendo.

Estinto

Estive.

Estocart, Paschal de l'.

Estompé

Estonia.

Estrada, Carlos

Estrada, Julio

Estrambote [estribote]

Estrée, Jean d’

Estreicher, Zygmunt

Estribillo

Estribote.

Estwick, Sampson

‘Esyana.

Eszék

Eszterháza [Esterháza; Eszterház].

Etcheverry, (Henri-)Bertrand

Etendue

Eterna.

Ethelred.

Etheria.

Ethikos, Nikephoros

Ethiopia, Federal Democratic Republic of.

Ethiopian opera.

Ethnochoreology.

Ethnomusicology.

Ethos.

Etienne of Liège.

Etkin, Mariano

Etler, Alvin (Derald)

Eto, Toshiya

Eton Choirbook

Etruria.

Ett, Caspar

Ettinger, Max [Wolf, Markus]

Ettore [d’Ettore], Guglielmo

Etude

Euba, Akin

Eucheria.

Euclid

Euing Lutebook

Eule, Carl Diedrich

Eulenburg, Ernst (Emil Alexander)

Eulenstein, Charles

Euler, Leonhard

Eunuch-flute

Euouae.

Euphone.

Euphonicon.

Euphonium [euphonion, tenor tuba in B]

Euresicchio [Eurisechio], Antonio.

Eurhythmics.

Euripides

Europa, Madama.

Europe, James Reese

Europe, pre- and proto-historic.

Europe, traditional music of.

European American.

Eury, Jacob

Eurythmics.

Eustache Le Peintre de Reims [Eustache de Rains]

Eustachio Romano

Eustachius de Monte Regali [Gallus]

Eustachius Gallus.

Eustacius Leodiensis

Euterpe.

Evacuatio

Evangelary [evangeliary, evangelistary]

Evangelicalism.

Evangelista, José

Evangelisti, Franco

Evangelist music.

Evanghelatos, Antiochos

Evans, Anne [Lucas, Anne Elizabeth Jane]

Evans, Bill [William John]

Evans, David Emlyn

Evans, Edwin

Evans, Sir Geraint (Llewellyn)

Evans, Gil [Green, Ian Ernest Gilmore]

Evans, Lindley

Evans [Crozier], Nancy

Evans, Peter (Angus)

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

Evelyn, John

Everding, August

Everest.

Everett, Asa Brooks

Everist, Mark (Egerton)

Everly Brothers, the.

Evertz, Theodor

Evesham, Walter.

Evette & Schaeffer.

Evirato.

Evovae [Euouae].

Evstatie of Putna

Ewaldt.

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

Ewen, David

Ewer.

Ewing, Alexander

Ewing, Maria (Louise)

Ewing Lutebook

Exaquier

Exaudet [Exaudé, Exaudée], André-Joseph

Excetre, J.

Exclamation.

Exequiae.

Exerea [Exereo].

Eximeno (y Pujades), Antonio

Exō.

Exoticism

Expert, (Isidore Norbert) Henry

Expilly, Gabriel

Explicit

Exposed fifths, exposed octaves.

Exposition.

Expression.

Expressionism.

Expression marks.

Expression piano [semi-reproducing piano].

Exsequiae.

Exsultet.

Extemporization.

Extension organ.

Extrasino

Extravaganza.

Exultet [Exsultet].

Eybler, Joseph [Josef] Leopold, Edler von

Eyck, Jacob van

Eye music

Eysbock Keyboard Book [Elisabeth Eysbock's Keyboard Book]

Eyser, Eberhard (Friedrich)

Eysler [Eisler], Edmund

F

F (i).

F (ii)

Fa.

Faà di Bruno, Giovanni Matteo [Horatio, Orazio]

Fabbri, Anna Maria.

Fabbri(-Mulder), Inez [Schmidt, Agnes]

Fabbri, Mario

Fabbri, Paolo

Fabbri, Stefano.

Fabbrini [Fabrini], Giuseppe

Faber Music.

Faber, Benedikt [Benedictus]

Faber, Gregor

Faber, Heinrich [Lichtenfels, Hainrich]

Faber, Johann Christoph

Faber, Nicolaus (i) [Schmidt, Nickel]

Faber [Wolzanus], Nicolaus (ii)

Faberdon.

Faber Stapulensis, Jacobus [Lefèvre d’Etaples, Jacques]

Faberton

Fábián, Márta

Fabini, (Félix) Eduardo

Fabordon [fabordón, fabourden, fabourdon].

Fabre d'Olivet, Antoine

Fabreti, Bartolomeo.

Fabri, Adam.

Fabri [Fabbri], Annibale Pio [‘Balino’]

Fabri [Fevre, Schmidt], Joducus [Josquin]

Fabri, Martinus

Fabri, Petrus

Fabri [Fabbri], Stefano (i)

Fabri [Fabbri], Stefano (ii)

Fabri, Thomas [Tomas]

Fabrianese, Tiberio

Fabricius, Albinus.

Fabricius, Bernhard.

Fabricius [Goldschmidt], Georg

Fabricius, Jakob (Christian)

Fabricius [Fabritius], Petrus [Schmidt, Peter]

Fabricius, Werner

Fabricus [Fabricius] Lutebook

Fabrini, Giuseppe.

Fabritiis, Oliviero de.

Fabritius [Fabricius], Albinus

Fabritius, Ernst

Fabritius, Petrus.

Fabrizi, Vincenzo

Faburden [faburdon, faburthon, fabourden, faberthon etc.].

Facchetti [Facchinetti], Giovanni Battista.

Facchi [Facco, Facho, Faccho], Agostino

Faccio, Franco [Francesco Antonio]

Facco, Agostino.

Facco, Giacomo [Jaime, Jayme, Jacometto]

Facey, Hugh.

Fachetti [Facchetti, Facchinetti, Brixiensis], Giovanni Battista

Fachiri [née d’Arányi], Adila

Facho, Agostino.

Facie [Facio], Hugh.

Facien, Jehan.

Facilis, Jan.

Facio, Anselmo di.

Fackeltanz

Facoli, Marco

Facsimile

Facy [Facye, Facey, Facie, Facio], Hugh

Fado

Faenza.

Faenza Codex

Færoes.

Fagan, Eleanora.

Fagan, Gideon

Fage, Jean de la.

Faggioli, Michelangelo

Fagius, Hans

Fagnola, Annibale

Fago.

Fagott (i)

Fagott (ii)

Fagottgeige

Fagottino

Fagotto (i)

Fagotto (ii)

Fah.

Fahrbach, Philipp

Faidit, Gaucelm

Faignient [Faignant], Noë [Noël]

Failoni, Sergio

Fain [Feinberg], Sammy [Samuel]

Fairbanks, A(lbert) C(onant)

Fairbanks, J.

Fairchild, Blair

Fairfax, Robert.

Fairfield Hall.

Fairground organ [fair organ, showground organ, band organ; Dut. draaiorgel; Ger. Kermisorgel].

Fairlight C(omputer) M(usical) I(nstrument).

Fairport Convention.

Fairy bells.

Faisandat, Michel.

Faisst, Immanuel (Gottlob Friedrich)

Faitello, Vigilio Blasio

Faith, Percy

Fakaerti [Fakaerli], George.

Fakhrī, Sabāh [Sabāh Eddine Abū Qoss]

Fa-la.

Falabella (Correa), Roberto

Falasha, music of the.

Falcinelli, Rolande

Falck, Georg

Falckenhagen [Falkenhagen], Adam

Falco [de Falco, di Falco, Farco], Michele

Falco, Simone de.

Falcón, Ada [La Joyita Argentina]

Falcon, (Marie) Cornélie

Falcone, Achille

Falconi, Philipo [Falconieri, Phelipe; Falconieri, Felipe]

Falconieri, Andrea

Falconieri, Phelipe [Felipe].

Falconio [Falconi], Placido

Falguera, José [José de Montserrate]

Falik, Yury Aleksandrovich

Falkener, Robert.

Falkenhagen, Adam.

Fall, Leo(pold)

Fall, the.

Falla (y Matheu), Manuel de

Fallamero, Gabriele

Falle, Philip

Falletta, JoAnn (Marie)

Fallows, David

Falsa mutatio.

False cadence [false close].

False relation [cross-relation, non-harmonic relation]

Falsetto

Falsobordone

Falter & Sohn.

Faltin, Friedrich Richard

Faltis, Evelyn

Falusi, Michele Angelo

Falvy, Zoltán

Familiar style.

Famintsïn, Aleksandr Sergeyevich

Fancelli, Giuseppe

Fanciulli, Francesco

Fancy.

Fandango

Fane, John, Lord Burghersh.

Fanelli, Ernest

Fanfani, Giuseppe Maria

Fanfare

Fano, (Aronne) Guido Alberto

Fano, Michel

Fanshawe, David (Arthur)

Fantasia

Fantasia-suite.

Fantasiestück [Phantasiestück]

Fantasy (i).

Fantasy (ii).

Fantinella [fantina]

Fantini, Girolamo

Fārābī, al-

Farandole

Farberman, Harold

Farblichtmusik

Farcitura.

Farco, Michele.

Farding, Thomas.

Farewell.

Farey, John

Farfaro, Nicolò [Mazzaferro, Giorgio]

Faria, Luiz Calixto da Costa e.

Farina, Carlo

Farina, Francesco

Fariñas (Canteros), Carlos

Farinel [Farinelli].

Farinelli [Broschi, Carlo; Farinello]

Farinelli, Giuseppe [Finco, Giuseppe Francesco]

Farkas, Ferenc

Farkas, Ödön

Farkas, Philip (Francis)

Farmelo, Francis

Farmer, Henry George

Farmer, John (i)

Farmer, John (ii)

Farmer, Thomas

Farnaby, Giles

Farnaby, Richard

Farnam, W(alter) Lynnwood

Farncombe, Charles (Frederick)

Farnon, Robert (Joseph)

Faroes.

Farquhar, David (Andress)

Farr, Gareth

Farrant [Farunt], Daniel

Farrant, John.

Farrant, Richard

Farrar, Ernest Bristow

Farrar, Geraldine

Farrell, Eibhlis

Farrell, Eileen

Farrenc.

Farrés, Aurelio Capmany i.

Farsa

Farse [farcitura, farsa, farsia, farsitura]

Farthing [Farding, Ferdyng], Thomas

Farunt, Daniel.

Farwell, Arthur

Fasano, Renato

Fasce

Fasch, Carl [Karl] Friedrich Christian

Fasch, Johann Friedrich

Fasch, Karl Friedrich Christian.

Fascie

Fashek(e), Majek(odunmi)

Fasıl.

Fasola.

Fasoli, Fiorenzo de’.

Fasoli, Francesco

Fasolo, Giovanni Battista

Fassbaender, Brigitte

Fassion.

Fassler, Margot E(lsbeth)

Faster, Otto.

Fäsy, Albert Rudolph

Fatius, Anselmus.

Fattorin da Reggio.

Fattorini, Gabriele

Fau bordon [fauburdum]

Faugues [Fagus], Guillaume

Faul bordon [faul wordon, faulx bourdon]

Fauquet, Joël-Marie

Faure, Antoine.

Fauré, Gabriel (Urbain)

Faure, Jean-Baptiste

Fausset

Faustina.

Faustini, Giovanni

Faustini, Marco

Fauvel, Roman de.

Fauxbourdon [faulx bourdon; fau(l) bordon, fau(l) wordon; fauburdum]

Favart.

Favel, Andrée.

Favereo, Joannin [Janino]

Faveretto [Favretto, Favereto, Fabreti], Bartolomeo

Favero, Mafalda

Favier, Jean [l'aîne]

Favola in musica

Favordón

Favorita

Favoriti

Favre [Faure], Antoine

Favre, Georges

Favretto, Bartolomeo.

Fawaz, Florence.

Fawcett.

Fawkyner

Faxolis, Florentius de.

Fay, Amy [Amelia] (Muller)

Faya, Aurelio della.

Fayolle, François (Joseph Marie)

Fayrfax [Fayrefax, Fairfax], Robert

Fayrūz [Haddād, Nuhād]

Fazer.

Fazioli, Paolo

Fazzini, Giovanni Battista

Fe.

Feast of Fools [Festum stultorum; Festum fatuorum].

Feather, Leonard (Geoffrey)

Febel, Reinhard

Febiarmonici [Febi Armonici].

Febvrier, Pierre.

Feche, Willem du.

Fede, Innocenzo

Fedé, Johannes [Sohier, Jean]

Fedele.

Fedele, Ivan

Fedeli [Saggion, Saggione, Saioni, Savion].

Feder, (Franz) Georg

Feder, Jean.

Federal Music Project.

Fédération Internationale des Jeunesses Musicales.

Federhofer, Hellmut

Federici, Francesco

Federici, Vincenzo

Federico [Federici], Gennaro Antonio [Gennarantonio, Jennaro-Antonio]

Fédorov, Vladimir

Fedosova, Irina (Andreevna)

Fedylle.

Fefaut.

Fegejo, Polisseno.

Feghg, Willem de.

Fehr, Joseph Anton

Fehr, Max

Fehrman, Minny.

Fei.

Feicht, Hieronim

Feichtner, Franz Adam.

Feierlich

Feijóo y Montenegro, Benito Jerónimo

Feinberg, Samuil (Yevgen'yevich)

Feind, Barthold [Aristobulos Eutropius; Wahrmund]

Feininger, Laurence [Laurentius, Lorenzo] (Karl Johann)

Feis Atha Cliath, Feis Ceoil, Feis Maitiú.

Fel, Antoine

Fel, Marie

Felciano, Richard (James)

Feld, Jindřich

Feld, Steven

Feldbrill, Victor

Feldbusch, Eric

Feldman, Jill

Feldman, Ludovic

Feldman, Morton

Feldmann, Fritz

Feldmayr, Johann Georg

Feldmusik

Feldpfeife (i)

Feldpfeife (ii)

Feldstücke

Feldtrompete (i)

Feldtrompete (ii)

Fele

Felici, Alessandro

Felici, Bartolomeo

Feliciani, Andrea

Feliciano, Francisco F.

Felis, Stefano

Felix, Václav

Félix-Miolan, Marie.

Felix namque

Fellegara, Vittorio

Feller.

Feller, Carlos

Fellerer, Karl Gustav

Fellinger, Imogen

Fellowes, Edmund H(orace)

Felsenstein, Walter

Felsztyna, Sebastian z.

Felton, William

Feltsman, Vladimir

Femelidi, Volodymyr Oleksandrovych

Feminine ending [feminine cadence; metacrusis]

Feminism.

Fenaroli, Fedele

Fenby, Eric (William)

Fender.

Fendt.

Fénelon, Philippe

Feng Zicun

Fenice, La.

Fenigstein, Victor

Fenis, Rudolf von.

Fenlon, Iain (Alexander)

Fennell, Frederick

Fennelly, Brian

Fenton, George [Howe, George (Richard)]

Feo, Francesco

Feo, Ser

Fer, Philibert Jambe de.

Feradini, Antonio.

Feragut, Beltrame [Beltrandus de Vignone; Beltramus de Francia, Bertrandus Feraguti, Ferracuti, etc.]

Ferand, Ernest T(homas)

Ferandiere [Fernandiere, Ferrandiere], Fernando

Ferandini, Giovanni Battista.

Ferber, Albert

Ferchault, Guy

Ferdinand III

Ferdinand of Aragon, King of Spain.

Fere, Vladimir Georgiyevich

Ferencsik, János

Ferenczy, Oto

Fergusio, Giovanni Battista

Ferguson, Howard

Fergus-Thompson, Gordon

Feria

Ferianto, Djaduk [Jaduk]

Ferini, Giovanni Battista.

Ferlendis, Giuseppe

Fermata

Fermo

Fermoselle, Juan de.

Fernandes, António

Fernandes, Armando José

Fernandes, Gaspar

Fernández, Agustín

Fernández, Diego

Fernández, Eduardo

Fernández, Francisco

Fernández, Frank

Fernández (Hidalgo), Gutierre

Fernandez, Oscar Lorenzo

Fernández (de Castilleja), Pedro

Fernández Arbós, Enrique.

Fernández Caballero, Manuel.

Fernández de Heute, Diego.

Fernández de la Cuesta (y González de Prado), Ismael

Fernández Palero, Francisco

Fernandi, Eugenio

Fernandiere, Fernando.

Ferneyhough, Brian

Fernflöte

Fernström, John (Axel)

Feroci, Francesco

Ferrabosco.

Ferradini [Feradini, Ferrandini], Antonio

Ferrandiere, Fernando.

Ferrandini [Ferandini], Giovanni Battista [Johann Baptist, Zaneto]

Ferrani [Zanazzio], Cesira

Ferrara.

Ferrara, Franco

Ferrarese [Ferraresi, Ferrarese del Bene], Adriana [Andreanna, Andriana]

Ferrarese, Paolo [Paolo da Ferrara]

Ferrari, Antonio.

Ferrari [Ferrari ‘dalla Tiorba’; Ferrari ‘della Tiorba’], Benedetto

Ferrari, Carlotta

Ferrari, Domenico

Ferrari, Francesco

Ferrari [née Colombari de Montègre], Gabrielle [Gabriella]

Ferrari, Giacomo Gotifredo [Gotifredo Jacopo]

Ferrari, Giovanni

Ferrari, Girolamo [Mondondone, Girolamo da]

Ferrari, Luc

Ferrari, Massimo

Ferrario, Carlo

Ferrario [De Ferraris], Paolo Agostino

Ferrari Trecate, Luigi

Ferraro [Ferrari], Antonio

Ferraro [Ferrari], Giuseppe

Ferras, Christian

Ferrata, Giuseppe

Ferrazzi, Giovanni Battista

Ferreira, Manuel

Ferreira Veiga, José Augusto da, Visconde do Arneiro.

Ferrer (i Bargalló), Dom Anselm [Josep]

Ferrer, Guillermo

Ferrer [Mateuet], Mateo

Ferrer, Pedro

Ferrer, Santiago

Ferrero, Lorenzo

Ferretti, Giovanni

Ferretti, Jacopo

Ferretti, Paolo M(aria)

Ferreyra, Beatriz

Ferri, Baldassare [Baldassarre]

Ferri, Lambert

Ferrier, Kathleen (Mary)

Ferrier, Michel

Ferrini, Giovanni

Ferrini [Ferini], Giovanni Battista

Ferris, Richard Montgomery

Ferro, Gabriele

Ferro, Giulio

Ferro, Marco Antonio

Ferro, Vincenzo

Ferroud, Pierre-Octave

Fertőd.

Fes

Fesca, Alexander (Ernst)

Fesca, Friedrich Ernst

Fescennini [fescennina, fescennini versus, fiscennia carmina].

Fesch, Willem de.

Feses

Festa, Costanzo

Festa, Sebastiano

Festa teatrale

Festetics Quartet.

Festing, Michael Christian

Festival.

Festival International d’Art Contemporain.

Festival of Two Worlds [Festival dei Due Mondi].

Festival van Vlaanderen.

Festschriften

Festum stultorum [Festum fatuorum]

Fethy, Sir John

Fétis.

Fetrás, Oscar [Faster, Otto]

Feuermann, Emanuel

Feuille d’album

Feuillet, Raoul-Auger

Févin, Antoine de

Févin, Robert de

Fêvre.

Fevre, Joducus [Josquin].

Février, Henry

Février, Jacques

Février [Febvrier], Pierre

Fewkes, Jesse Walter

Feyerabend, Sigmund

Feynberg, Samuil Yevgen'yevich.

Fezandat [Faisandat], Michel [Dauphin, Dauphiné]

ff.

F fa ut.

Ffidil.

Ffythele.

Fiala, George (Joseph)

Fiala, Joseph

Fiamengo, Arnoldo.

Fiamengo, Francesco

Fiamengo, Mathias.

Fiato

Fiauto [flauto] d'echo

Fibich, Zdeněk [Zdenko] (Antonín Václav)

Fibonacci series.

Fich.

Ficher, Jacobo

Ficino, Marsilio

Fickénscher, Arthur

Ficker, Rudolf von

Ficta

Fiddle [fedylle, ffidil, ffythele, fiele, fithele, phidil, vithele etc.]

Fidelis, Lancilotto

Fidicen

Fido [Fidoe, Fidow, Fidor], John

Fiedel

Fiedler, Arthur

Fiedler, (August) Max

Field, John

Field-Dodgson, Robert

Field holler.

Fielding, Henry

Fields, Dorothy

Fields, Dame Gracie [Stansfield, Grace]

Fields, Herbert

Fiele.

Fielitz, Alexander von

Fierdanck, Johann.

Fiesco, Giulio

Fife

Fife calls.

Fife-major.

Fiffaro (i)

Fiffaro (ii)

Fifre

Fifteenth.

Fifth

Fifth flute.

Figner, Medea.

Figner, Nikolay Nikolayevich

Figueredo, Carlos (Enrique)

Figulus [Töpfer], Wolfgang

Figural, figurate, figured

Figuration.

Figure (i).

Figure (ii).

Figured bass.

Figured chorale.

Figures, theory of musical

Figuš-Bystrý [Bystrý; Figuš], Viliam

Fiji.

Filago.

Filago, Carlo.

Filar il suono [fil di voce, filar la voce, filar il tuono]

Filet

Fili [file].

Filiberi, Orazio

Filibertus de Laurentiis.

Filimon, Nicolae

Filipoctus de Caserta.

Filipenko, Arkady Dmitriyevich

Filippi, Filippo

Filippi, Gaspare

Filippini, Stefano [L'Argentina]

Filipucci [Filipuzzi], Agostino

Filitrani, Antonello.

Fill [fill-in].

Fillago [Filago], Carlo

Filleborn, Daniel

Fillmore, (James) Henry

Fillmore, John Comfort

Filmer, Edward

Film music.

Film musical.

Filothei, Sân Agǎi Jipei

Fils [Filtz, Filz], (Johann) Anton

Filter [equalizer]

Filtsch, Károly [Karl]

Final

Finale

Finalmusik

Finatti, Giovanni Pietro

Finazzi, Filippo

Finch, Edward

Fincham & Sons.

Finck, Heinrich

Finck, Henry T(heophilus)

Finck [van de Vinck], Herman

Finck, Hermann

Fincke [Finke, Finck].

Finco, Giuseppe Francesco.

Findeyzen [Findeisen], Nikolay Fyodorovich

Fine

Fine [Van Eynde, Von Ende], Arnoldus de

Fine, Irving (Gifford)

Finé, Oronce,

Fine, Vivian

Fine Arts Quartet.

Finetti, Giacomo

Finger, Gottfried [Godfrey]

Fingerboard (i)

Fingerboard (ii)

Finger cymbals.

Fingering.

Fink, Bernarda

Fink, Gottfried Wilhelm

Finke, Fidelio F(riedrich)

Finko, David

Finland [Suomi].

Finlandia.

Finley, Gerald

Finn, William

Finnegan, Ruth (Hilary)

Finney, Ross Lee

Finney, Theodore M(itchell)

Finnish Musicological Society.

Finnissy, Michael (Peter)

Finot [Finotto], Dominique.

Finscher, Ludwig

Finsterbusch, (Daniel) Reinhold

Finsterer, Mary

Finzi, Gerald (Raphael)

Fiocco.

Fiorani, Cristoforo

Fioravanti, Valentino

Fioravanti, Vincenzo

Fiorè, Andrea Stefano

Fiorè, Angelo Maria

Fiorentino, Perino.

Fiorenza, Nicola

Fiorillo, Carlo

Fiorillo, Federigo

Fiorillo, Ignazio

Fiorini [Fiorino], Ippolito

Fiorino, Gasparo

Fioritura

Fioroni [Fiorone, Florono], Giovanni Andrea

Fipple.

Firenze

Fires of London.

Firk.

Firkušný, Rudolf

Firmian, Count Karl [Carlo]

Firsova, Elena [Yelena] (Olegovna)

First-movement form.

First subject group

Firth, Hall & Pond.

Fis

Fisarmonica

Fiscennia carmina.

Fischer, Adam

Fischer, Annie

Fischer, Anton

Fischer, Carl.

Fischer, Edwin

Fischer, Emil (Friedrich August)

Fischer, Georg.

Fischer, Irwin

Fischer, Ivan

Fischer, J(oseph).

Fischer, Jan F(rank)

Fischer, Johann

Fischer, Johann Caspar Ferdinand

Fischer, Johann Christian

Fischer, Joseph.

Fischer, Kurt von

Fischer, (Johann Ignaz [Karl]) Ludwig

Fischer, Matthäus [Matthias] (Karl Konrad)

Fischer, Michael Gottard

Fischer, Wilhelm

Fischer, William G(ustavus)

Fischer, William S.

Fischer-Dieskau, Dietrich

Fischhof, Joseph

Fischietti [Fischetti], Domenico

Fischietto

Fiscorno

Fišer, Luboš

Fiseysky, Aleksandr V.

Fishburn, Christopher

Fisher, Alfred (Joel)

Fisher, F.E.

Fisher [Fischer; Breitenbach], Fred

Fisher, John Abraham

Fisher, Sylvia (Gwendoline Victoria)

Fisher, William Arms

Fishman, Natan L'vovich

Fisin, James

Fisis

Fisk, Charles Brenton

Fisk, Eliot (Hamilton)

Fiske, Isaac

Fiske, Roger

Fisk Jubilee Singers.

Fistelstimme

Fistoulari, Anatole

Fistula.

Fitelberg, Grzegorz

Fithele.

Fitkin, Graham

Fitzball [Ball], Edward

Fitzenhagen, (Karl Friedrich) Wilhelm

Fitzgerald, Ella (Jane)

Fitzthumb, Ignaz.

Fitzwilliam Museum.

Fitzwilliam Virginal Book

Fiume, Orazio

Five, the [Moguchaya kuchka; Mighty Handful].

Fixed forms.

Fizdale, Robert

Fjeldstad, Øivin

Flabiol [flaviol]

Flaccomio, Giovanni Pietro

Flachflöte

Flackton, William

Flagellant songs.

Flagello, Nicolas (Oreste)

Flageolet.

Flageolet tones.

Flagg, Josiah

Flagstad, Kirsten (Malfrid)

Flam.

Flamenco [cante flamenco]

Flamenco guitar.

Flamingus, Johannes

Flammer, Ernst Helmuth

Flanagan, William

Flanders, Michael.

Flandrus, Arnoldus

Flanging.

Flaschenspiel

Flat

Flaté [flatté]

Flat-pick.

Flatt and Scruggs.

Flattement [flaté, flatté, tremblement mineur]

Flatterzunge

Flat trumpet.

Flautado

Flauta metálica

Flautando [flautato]

Flautino (i)

Flautino (ii).

Flauto (i)

Flauto (ii)

Flauto a camino

Flauto diritto

Flauto di voce

Flauto dolce (It.).

Flautone

Flauto pastorale.

Flauto piccolo

Flauto traverso

Flaviol.

Flaxland, Gustave-Alexandre

Flebile

Flecha, Matheo (i)

Flecha, Matheo (ii)

Flechtenmacher, Alexandru (Adolf)

Fleckno [Flecknoe], Richard

Fleetwood Mac.

Fleischer.

Fleischer, Friedrich Gottlob

Fleischer, Oskar

Fleischer, Tsippi

Fleischhauer, Günter

Fleischmann, Aloys (Georg) [Ó Rónáin, Muiris]

Fleischmann, (Johann) Friedrich (Anton)

Fleischmann [Fleyshman], Veniamin Iosifovich

Fleisher, Edwin A(dler)

Fleisher, Leon

Fleming [Flemming], Paul

Fleming, Renée

Fleming, Robert (James Berkeley)

Flentrop, Dirk (Andries)

Flesch, Carl

Fleta, Miguel

Fletcher, Alice Cunningham

Fletcher, Harvey

Fletcher, John

Fletcher, Maria.

Fletcher, Neville (Horner)

Fletcher, Percy (Eastman)

Fleuret, Maurice

Fleuretis.

Fleurie

Fleury, André (Edouard Antoine Marie)

Fleury, Charles, Sieur de Blancrocher [Blanrocher, Blancheroche]

Fleury, Louis (François)

Fleury, Nicolas

Fleury Playbook.

Fleute a neufte trous.

Flex

Flexa.

Flexa resupina.

Flexatone.

Flexus

Flickkanzone

Flicorno

Flicorno baritono [flicorno basso]

Flicorno soprano

Fliessend

Fliew.

Flight, Benjamin

Flight & Robson.

Fliyer, Yakov (Vladimirovich)

Flodin, Karl (Theodor)

Flonzaley Quartet.

Flood, W(illiam) H(enry) Grattan

Floquet, Etienne Joseph

Flor, Christian

Flor, Claus Peter

Florence

Florentia, Franciscus de.

Florentine Opera Company.

Florentius de Faxolis [Fiorenzo de’ Fasoli]

Florentz, Jean-Louis

Flores.

Flores [Flores Dalcaraz], Alfonso [Alonso]

Flores, Pedro

Flores Zeller, Bernal

Flórez, Francisco

Flori [Florii, Florio, Florius].

Florid.

Florido de Silvestris [Floridus de Sylvestris].

Florie, Martin.

Florificatio vocis

Florilegium.

Florimi, Giovanni Andrea

Florimo, Francesco

Florinda, La.

Florio.

Florio, Charles H(aiman)

Florio, Pietro Grassi

Florius.

Floros, Constantin

Flos

Flosman, Oldřich

Flöte (i)

Flöte (ii)

Flötenbass

Flötenuhr

Flothuis, Marius (Hendrikus)

Flotow, Friedrich (Adolf Ferdinand) Freiherr von

Flotzinger, Rudolf

Flourish.

Flower, Sir (Walter) Newman

Floyd, Carlisle (Sessions)

Floyd, John.

Floyd, Samuel A(lexander), Jr

Fludd, Robert

Flude, John.

Flue-work.

Flügel

Flugelhorn

Fluitje van een cent

Flute.

Flûte (i)

Flûte (ii)

Flute clock

Flutter-tonguing

Fluxus.

Flyarkovsky, Aleksandr Georgiyevich

Flynn, George (William)

Foard, Thomas.

Focile, Nuccia

Fock, Gerard(us Hubertus Galenus) von Brucken.

Focking, Hendrik

Födermayr, Franz

Fodor.

Foerster, Anton

Foerster, Christoph.

Foerster [Förster], Josef

Foerster [Förster], Josef Bohuslav

Foetisch, Charles

Fog, Dan

Fogel, Johann Christoph.

Fogg, (Charles William) Eric

Foggia, Antonio

Foggia, Enrico Antonio Radesca di.

Foggia, Francesco

Fogliano [da Modena], Giacomo [Fogliani, Jacopo]

Fogliano [Fogliani], Lodovico [Folianus, Ludovicus]

Foignet.

Fokine [Fokin], Mikhail Mikhailovich

Fokker, Adriaan Daniel

Fokkerod, Gottfried.

Folc de Marseille.

Foldes [Főldes], Andor

Foli [Foley], A(llan) J(ames)

Folia

Folianus, Ludovicus.

Foliot, Edme

Folk hymn.

Folk music.

Folk Music Revival.

Folk-rock.

Folk-Song Society.

Folkways.

Follia.

Folquet [Folc] de Marseille [Fulco Anfos]

Folville, Eugénie-Emilie Juliette

Folz [Voltz], Hans [Hans von Wurmss]

Fomin, Yevstigney Ipat'yevich

Fondazione Rossini.

Fonds [fond] d’orgue

Fongaard, Bjørn (Einar)

Fonghetto [Funghetto, Fonghetti, Fongheto], Paolo [Paolo Luca]

Fonotipia.

Fonseca, Julio

Fonseca Luzio, Pedro da

Font [Fons], de la.

Fontaine, Pierre

Fontaine-Besson.

Fontainebleau.

Fontana, Bill

Fontana, Fabrizio

Fontana, Ferdinando

Fontana, Giovanni Battista

Fontana, Julian

Fontana, Vincenzo

Fontanelli, Alfonso

Fontanes, Joaquim António Peres

Fontanes, Simão

Fontei [Fonte, Fonteio], Nicolò

Fonteio [Fonteijo], Giovanni.

Fontenay, Hugues de

Fonteyn, Dame Margot [Hookham, Margaret]

Fonteyns

Fontyn, Jacqueline

Foord, Thomas.

Foort, Reginald

Foot (i).

Foot (ii).

Foot (iii).

Foote, Arthur (William)

Foppa, Giuseppe Maria

Forberg, August Robert

Forbes, Elliot

Forbes, John

Forbes, Sebastian

Forcer, Francis

Forcheim [Forchheim], Johann Wilhelm.

Forchert, Arno

Forcroy le neveu.

Ford, Andrew

Ford, Bruce (Edwin)

Ford, Ernest (A. Clair)

Ford [Foard, Foord, Forde, Fourd, Fourde], Thomas

Forefall.

Foreground

Forest

Forest, Jean Kurt

Forest Gate College of Music.

Forestier, Mathurin

Foresythe, Reginald

Forkel, Johann Nicolaus

Forlana [furlana]

Forlano, Marc'Antonio.

Form.

Formant.

Formé, Nicolas

Formellis [Formelis], Wilhelmus [Guilelmus]

Formentelli, Barthélémy

Formes, Karl Johann

Formes, Theodor.

Formes fixes

Formica, Antonio [Antonino]

Formosa, Riccardo

Formschneider [Andre, Andreae, Grapheus, Enderlin, Enndres], Hieronymus [Jeronimus]

Fornaci, Giacomo

Fornari, Andrea

Fornari, Matteo [Matteuccio]

Förner, Christian

Fornerod, Aloÿs-Henri-Gérard

Forns y Cuadras, José

Foroni, Jacopo

Forqueray [Forcroy].

Forrest, George.

Forrester, Maureen (Kathleen Stuart)

Forrest-Heyther Partbooks

Forsell, (Carl) John [Johan] (Jacob)

Forssell, Jonas (Carl Arne)

Forster.

Förster.

Förster, Christoph (Heinrich)

Förster, Emanuel Aloys

Forster, Georg

Förster, Josef.

Förster, Josef Bohuslav.

Förster, Kaspar

Forster & Andrews.

Forster Virginal Book [Will Forster's Virginal Book]

Forsyth.

Forsyth, Cecil

Forsyth, Malcolm (Denis)

Forsyth, W(esley) O(ctavius)

Forte

Forte, Allen

Fortepiano (i).

Fortepiano (ii).

Fortepiano a tavola

Fortep'yanov, Vasily.

Forti, Anton

Fortia de Piles, Alphonse-Toussaint-Joseph-André-Marie-Marseille, Comte de

Fortier, B.

Fortner, Wolfgang

Förtsch, Johann Philipp

Fortspinnung

Fortunati, Gian Francesco

Fortunatus, Venantius

Fortune, Nigel (Cameron)

Forzando [forzato].

Forzano, Giovacchino

Foscarini, Giovanni Paolo

Foss, Hubert J(ames)

Foss [Fuchs], Lukas

Fossa, Johannes de

Fossato, Giovanni Battista

Fosse, Bob [Robert] (Louis)

Fossis, Petrus de

Foster, Arnold (Wilfred Allen)

Fóster, Gerónimo Baqueiro.

Foster, John (i)

Foster, John (ii)

Foster, Lawrence (Thomas)

Foster, Myles Birket

Foster, Sidney

Foster, Stephen C(ollins)

Foucault, Henri

Fouchécourt, Jean-Paul

Foucquet [Fouquet].

Fouet

Fougstedt, Nils-Eric

Fougt, Henric [Henry]

Foulds, John (Herbert)

Foulis, David

Foundation stops

Foundery Chapel.

Foundling Hospital.

Fountain, Primous, III

Fountains Fragment

Fouque, (Pierre) Octave

Fouques Duparc, Henri.

Fouquet.

Fourd, Thomas.

Fourestier, Louis (Félix André)

Four foot.

Four Freshmen, the.

Fourmentin

Fourneaux.

Fournet, Jean

Fournier, Pierre (Léon Marie)

Fournier, Pierre-Simon [le jeune]

Fourniture

Four-note sol-fa.

Fourth

Fourth flute.

Four Tops, the.

Fou Ts’ong

Fowke, Edith (Fulton)

Fowler, Jennifer

Fowler, John

Fox.

Fox, Charles Warren

Fox, Christopher

Fox, Erika

Fox, Roy

Fox, Sam.

Fox, Virgil (Keel)

Fox Strangways, A(rthur) H(enry)

Foxtrot.

Fraburgadi.

Fracassini, Aloisio Lodovico

Frajt, Ludmila

Frame drum.

Framery, Nicolas Etienne

Franc, Martin le.

França, Eurico Nogueira

Français, Jacques Pierre

Françaix, Jean (René Désiré)

France. Country in Europe.

Francescatti, Zino [René-Charles]

Franceschi [de’ Franceschi].

Franceschini, Petronio

Francesco da Barberino

Francesco da Lucca.

Francesco (Canova) da Milano [da Parigi, Milanese, Monzino]

Francesco degli organi.

Francesco Fiamengo.

Francesco Milanese.

Francesconi, Luca

Francesco Varoter.

Francés de Iribarren, Juan

Francesina.

Franchetti, Baron Alberto

Franchetti, Arnold

Franchi [de Franchi, de Franchis, de Franco], Carlo

Franchi, Giovanni Pietro

Franchi, Saverio

Franchini, Francesco [Franco]

Franchois de Gemblaco, Johannes

Franchois le Bertoul.

Franchomme, Auguste (Joseph)

Franci, Benvenuto

Franciolini, Leopoldo

Francis I.

Francis, Alun

Francis, Connie [Franconero, Constance]

Francis, Day & Hunter.

Francis, Sarah (Janet)

Franciscan friars.

Francischello [Franciscello].

Francisci, Jan

Francisco de Novo Portu.

Franciscus, Magister

Franciscus Venetus.

Francisque, Anthoine [Antoine]

Franck, César(-Auguste-Jean-Guillaume-Hubert)

Franck, Eduard

Franck [Frank, Franke], Johann

Franck, Johannes.

Franck, Johann Wolfgang

Franck, Melchior

Franck, [Frank], Michael

Franck [Francke, Frank], Salomo [Salomon]

Franck, Theodor.

Francke, August Hermann

Franckenstein, Clemens (Erwein Heinrich Karl Bonaventura), Freiherr von und zu

Franco [Makiadi, Franco Luambo]

Franco, Enrique

Franco, Hernando [Fernando]

Franco, Johan (Henri Gustave)

Franco-American Musical Society.

Francoeur.

François I [François de Valois; Francis I], King of France

François, M.

François, Samson

Franco of Cologne

Franco of Paris.

Franco primus.

Franculus.

Francus [Franconian], Theodorus.

Francus de Insula

Frania, Johannes de.

Frank

Frank, Claude

Frank, Ernst

Frank [Franke], Johann.

Frank, Michael.

Frank, Salomon.

Franke, Bernd

Frankel, Benjamin

Frankenburger, Paul.

Frankfurt (am Main).

Frankfurt an der Oder.

Frankl, Peter

Franklin, Aretha

Franklin, Benjamin

Frank Music Corp.

Franko, Sam

Franquin, Merri(-Jean-Baptiste)

Franssens, Joep

Frantz, Ferdinand

Frantz, Justus

Franz, Carl

Franz, J.H.

Franz, Paul, [Gautier, François]

Franz [Knauth], Robert

Fränzl.

Franzoni, Amante

Frappé

Fraschini, Gaetano

Fraser-Simson, Harold

Frasi [Frassi], Giulia

Frasnau, Jehan.

Frassonio [Frassoni], Vito [Guido, Giulio, Vido].

Frauenholtz [Frauenholz], Johann Christoph

Frauenlob [Heinrich von Meissen]

Frazzi, Vito

Freddi, Amadio [Amedeo]

Frederick II, King of Prussia [Friedrich II; Frederick the Great]

Frederick, Cassandra

Fredrici, Gustaf.

Fredutii, Massimiliano.

Free counterpoint

Freed, Isadore

Freed, Richard (Donald)

Freedman, Harry [Frydmann, Henryk]

Free jazz.

Freeman, Bud [Lawrence]

Freeman, David

Freeman, John

Freeman, (Harry) Lawrence

Freeman, Paul (Douglas)

Freeman, Robert (Schofield)

Freeman, Roderick.

Freer, Eleanor Everest

Free reed.

Frege [née Gerhard], Livia

Fregiotti, Dionigio [Dionisio]

Fregni, Mirella.

Frei, Hans [Franchi, Giovanni Maria]

Freiberg, Gottfried Ritter von

Freiburger Orgelbau.

Freier Satz

Freillon Poncein, Jean-Pierre

Freinsberg, Jean Adam Guillaume.

Freire [Pinto Freire], Nelson (José)

Freisslich [Freislich], Johann Balthasar Christian

Freisslich [Freislich], Maximilian Dietrich

Freistimmigkeit

Freitas, Frederico (Guedes) de

Freitas Branco, Luís de.

Freithoff, Johan Henrik

Frémart, Henri

Frémaux, Louis (Joseph Felix)

Fremstad, Olive [Rundquist, Olivia]

French, Jacob

French, (William) Percy

French Guiana.

French horn (i).

French horn (ii).

French overture.

French Polynesia.

French sixth chord.

French time names.

Freni [Fregni], Mirella

Frenkel', Daniil Grigor'yevich

Frensel Wegener [née Koopman], Bertha

Frequency.

Frequentato

Frere, Walter Howard

Freschi, (Giovanni) Domenico

Frescobaldi, Girolamo [Gerolamo, Girolimo] Alessandro [Geronimo Alissandro]

Fresneau, Henry

Fresneau [Fresnau, Frasnau], Jehan [Johannes de Frania]

Fresnel, Baude

Fret

Fretwork.

Freund [Freundt].

Freundt [Bonamicus], Cornelius

Frevylle, Richard

Frey, Emil

Frey, Jacques-Joseph

Frey, Walter (i).

Frey, Walter (ii)

Freyer, Achim

Freyer, August

Freylinghausen, Johann Anastasius

Freystädtler [Freystädter, Freystadler], Franz Jakob

Freytag, Heinrich Hermann

Frezzolini [Frezzolini-Poggi], Erminia

Friant, Charles

Friar of Bristol.

Friars Society Orchestra.

Fribec, Krešimir

Fribert [Friberth], Joseph.

Friberth [Frieberth, Friebert, Friedberg], Carl [Karl]

Fricassée

Frichot, Louis Alexandre

Frick, Gottlob

Frick [Frike], Philipp Joseph

Fricker, Herbert (Austin)

Fricker, Peter Racine

Fricsay, Ferenc

Friction drum

Fricz, Thomas.

Frid, Géza

Frid, Grigory Samuilovich

Friderici [Friederici; Fridrichs].

Friderici, Daniel

Fridman-Kochevskoy, Sonia de.

Fridrich von Hausen.

Fridzeri [Fritzeri, Frizeri, Frizer, Frixer, Frixer di Frizeri], Alessandro Mario Antonio

Friebert, Carl.

Friebert [Fribert, Friberth, Frieberth, Frübert], (Johann) Joseph

Fried(-Biss), Miriam

Fried, Oskar

Friedberg, Carl

Friedel, Sebastian Ludwig.

Friederici.

Friedheim, Arthur

Friedhofer, Hugo (William)

Friedl [Friedel], Sebastian Ludwig

Friedlaender [Friedländer], Max

Friedlein, Rudolf Fryderyk

Friedman, Ignacy [Ignaz]

Friedman(-Gramatté), Sonia.

Friedrich.

Friedrich II.

Friedrich, Götz

Friedrich, Reinhold

Friedrich [Fridrich] von Hûsen [Hausen]

Friedrich [Vriderich] von Sunnenburg [Sonnenburg, Sunnenburc, Suneburg; Meister Friedrich von Sonnenburg]

Frieman (Friemann, Freeman), Gustaw

Friemann, Witold

Fries, Hans.

Frigel [Frigelius], Pehr [Per]

Frigimelica Roberti, Count Girolamo

Frijsh, Povla

Frike, Philipp Joseph.

Friml, (Charles) Rudolf

Frimmel, Theodor von

Frisbie, Charlotte J(ohnson)

Frischmuth, Johann Christian

Frischmuth, Marcus Hilarius.

Frisius, Johannes [Fries, Hans]

Friskin, James

Friss [friska]

Fritsch, Balthasar

Fritsch, Johannes (Georg)

Fritsch [Fritschius, Frizsch, Fricz], Thomas

Fritts, Paul Byard

Fritz [Fritze], Barthold

Fritz, Gaspard [Kaspar]

Fritzeri [Frizeri, Frixer di Frizeri], Alessandro Mario Antonio.

Fritzius [Fritz], Joachimus Fridericus

Fritzsche, Gottfried

Frizsch, Thomas.

Frobenius.

Froberger, Johann Jacob

Frog

Fröhlich.

Fröhlich, Friedrich Theodor

Frøhlich, Johannes Frederik

Fröhlich, (Franz) Joseph

Froidebise, Pierre (Jean Marie)

Frolov, Markian Petrovich

Fromentin, Philippe.

Fromm, Andreas

Frommel, Gerhard

Fromm-Michaels, Ilse

Fromm Music Foundation.

Fromont.

Frondoni, Angelo

Froom, David

Frosch

Frosch [Froschius, Batrachus], Johannes

Frost, Robert (Lee)

Frotscher, Gotthold

Frottola.

Frouvo [Frovo], João Álvares

Frübert, Joseph.

Frugoni, Carlo Innocenzo [Innocenzio]

Frühbeck de Burgos, Rafael

Frühling, Carl

Frumerie, (Per) Gunnar (Fredrik) de

Frustra

Frutolfus of Michelsberg

Fry, Tristan

Fry, William Henry

Frye [ffry, ffrye, Frey, Frie], Walter

Fryklöf, Harald (Leonard)

Fryklund, (Lars Axel) Daniel

Fubini, Enrico

Fuchs, (Leonard Johann Heinrich) Albert

Fuchs, Aloys [Alois]

Fuchs, Carl (Dorius Johannes)

Fuchs, Georg-Friedrich

Fuchs, Ignacije.

Fuchs, Johann Leopold [Fux, Leopol'd Ivanovich; Fux, Ivan Ivanovich]

Fuchs, Johann Nepomuk

Fuchs, Joseph

Fuchs, Lillian

Fuchs, Marta

Fuchs, Melchior.

Fuchs [Fux], Peter [Pietro]

Fuchs, Robert

Fuchs, Theodor

Fuchswild, Johannes

Fučik, Julius (Arnošt Vilém)

Fuenllana, Miguel de

Fuentes, Pascual

Fuentes Matons, Laureano

Fuga

Fuga, Sandro

Fuga contraria

Fuga legata, fuga sciolta

Fugara.

Fuga sciolta.

Fugato

Fuge

Fugère, Lucien

Fugger.

Fughetta

Fuging tune [fuguing tune, fugue tune].

Fugs, the.

Fugue

Fugue d’école

Fuguing tune [fugue tune].

Führer, Robert (Jan Nepomuk)

Führer Orgelbau.

Fuhrmann, Georg Leopold

Fuhrmann, Martin Heinrich [Frischmuth, Marcus Hilarius]

Fujieda, Mamoru

Fujii, Tomoaki

Fujiie, Keiko

Fujikawa, Mayumi

Fukač, Jiří

Fukushima, Kazuo

FulBe music.

Fulbert of Chartres [Fulbertus Episcopus Karnotensis]

Fuld, James J(effrey)

Fulda.

Fulda, Adam von.

Fuleihan, Anis

Fulgentius, Fabius Planciades

Fulgenzi, Vincenzo.

Fulginatis, Johannes.

Fulkerson, James Orville

Full cadence [full close].

Fuller, Albert

Fuller, Blind Boy [Allen, Fulton]

Fuller, David (Randall)

Fuller Maitland, J(ohn) A(lexander)

Full organ

Fumagalli.

Fumet, Dynam-Victor

Funck [Funccius], David

Funcke, Friedrich

Function

Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Fundamental bass [radical bass]

Fundamental line.

Fundamental structure.

Fundament instrument.

Funghetto, Paolo (Luca).

Fungoni, Papebrochio.

Funk.

Funk, Joseph

Funkadelic.

Funky jazz [funk].

Furchheim [Forcheim, Forchheim], Johann Wilhelm

Furiant

Furió, Pedro

Furlana.

Furlanetto, Bonaventura [‘Musin’]

Furlanetto, Ferruccio

Furman, James

Furmedge, Edith.

Furno, Giovanni

Furrer, Beat

Furrer-Münch, Franz

Fürst, Paul Walter

Fürstenau.

Fürstner.

Furter [Furtter, Furtner, Furttner, Futter], Georg [Jörg]

Furtwängler, Philipp.

Furtwängler, (Gustav Heinrich Ernst Martin) Wilhelm

Furuhjelm, Erik (Gustaf)

Fusa (i).

Fusa (ii).

Fuselier [Fusellier, Fusillier], Louis.

Fusella

Fusellala

Fusetti, Giovanni [Gian] Paolo

Fuss

Fuss, Johann Evangelist.

Füssen.

Füssl, Karl Heinz

Fusz, János [Fuss, Johann Evangelist]

Futter, Georg [Jörg].

Futurism.

Fux, Ivan [Leopol'd] Ivanovich.

Fux, Johann Joseph

Fux, Maria Anna.

Fux, Pietro.

Fuzelier [Fuselier, Fusellier, Fusillier, Fuzellier], Louis

Fuzz.

Fynske Opera.

Fyodorova, Elizaveta Semyonovna.

fz

G

G.

Gabbalone, Michele.

Gabbelone, Gaspare.

Gabbrielli, Giovanni Battista

Gabella, Giovanni Battista

Gabellone [Caballone, Cabellone, Gabbelone], Gaspare

Gabellone, Michele.

Gabichvadze, Revaz

Gabignet, Pierre.

Gabler, Joseph

Gabon (Fr. République Gabonaise).

Gabriel, Charles H(utchinson) [Homer, Charlotte G.]

Gabriel, Peter

Gabriel, (Mary Ann) Virginia

Gabriel de Santa Maria.

Gabriel de Texerana.

Gabrieli, Andrea

Gabrieli, Giovanni

Gabrieli Consort and Players.

Gabrielli, Adriana.

Gabrielli [Gabrieli], Caterina [La Cochetta]

Gabrielli, Domenico [‘Minghino dal violoncello’]

Gabrielli, Francesca.

Gabrielli, Count Nicolò [Nicola]

Gabrilovich [Gabrilowitsch], Ossip (Salomonovich)

Gábry, György

Gabucci, Giulio Cesare.

Gabunia, Nodar

Gaburo, Kenneth (Louis)

Gabussi [Gabucci, Gabusi, Gabutio, Gabutius, Gabuzzi], Giulio Cesare

Gabussi, Vincenzo

Gace Brule

Gaci, Pjetër

Gade, Niels W(ilhelm)

Gadenstätter, Clemens

Gadifer d'Avion.

Gadsby, Henry (Robert)

Gadski, Johanna

Gadulka.

Gadzhibekov, Sultan.

Gadzhibekov, Uzeir (Abdul Huseyn).

Gadzhiyev, Akhmet (Dzhevdet Ismail).

Gaelle, Meingosus [Johannes]

Gaetani, Jan de.

Gaetano [Majer, Kajetan]

Gaffarello.

Gaffi [Caffi], Tommaso Bernardo

Gaffurius [Gafurius], Franchinus [Lanfranchinus] [Gafori, Franchino]

Gafori, Franchino.

Gagaku.

Gage, Irwin

Gagliano.

Gagliano, Carlo

Gagliano, Giovanni Battista [Giovanbattista] da

Gagliano, Marco da

Gagliarda [gagiarda]

Gagnebin, Henri

Gagneux, Renaud

Gagnon, (Frédéric) Ernest (Amédée)

Gai

Gaiani [Gajani], Giovanni Battista

Gaiarda

Gaidifer [Gadifer] d'Avion

Gaier, Johann Christoph.

Gaiettane, Fabrice Marin.

Gaiffre, Georges-Adam.

Gail [née Garre], (Edmée) Sophie

Gailhard, André

Gailhard, Pierre [Pedro]

Gaillard, Marius-François

Gaillard, Paul-André

Gaillarde

Gaisser, Hugo [Hughes; Ugo Athanasio; Josef Anton]

Gaita (i).

Gaita (ii).

Gaither, William J.

Gaito, Constantino

Gaius, Jo.

Gajani, Giovanni Battista.

Gajo

Gakkel', Leonid Yevgen'yevich

Gál [Gal], Hans

Galakhov, Oleg Borisovich

Galambos, Benjámin.

Galamian, Ivan (Alexander)

Galán, Cristóbal

Galant

Galanterie

Galão, Joaquim Cordeiro

Galás, Diamanda (Dimitria Angeliki Elena)

Galaxy Music Corporation.

Galbán, Ventura.

Galeazzi, Francesco

Galeffi, Carlo

Galeno [Galleno], Giovanni Battista

Galeotti, Stefano

Galerati, Caterina

Galerón.

Galfridus de Anglia

Galilei, Michelagnolo [Michelangelo]

Galilei, Vincenzo [Vincentio, Vincenzio]

Galimberti [Galinberti, Gallimberto], Ferdinando

Galin, Pierre

Galindo Dimas, Blas

Galïnin, German Germanovich

Galinne [Gal'in], Rachel [Gluchowicz, Rachel S.]

Galin-Paris-Chevé method.

Galiot, Johannes

Galitzin, Nikolay Borisovich.

Galitzin, Yury Nikolayevich.

Galizona

Galkin, Elliot W(ashington)

Gall, Jan Karol

Gall, Yvonne

Gallarati, Paolo

Gallarda

Gallay, Jacques François

Gallego

Gallego, Antonio

Gallenberg, (Wenzel) Robert, Graf von

Galleno, Giovanni Battista.

Gallerano, Leandro

Gallery music.

Gallet, François [Galletius, Franciscus]

Gallet, Luciano

Galley, Johann Michael

Galli, Amintore

Galli [Gallus], Antonius [Antoine]

Galli, Caterina

Galli, Domenico

Galli, Filippo

Galli [Gallo, Gallus], Giuseppe [Gioseffo, Josephus]

Gallia, Maria

Galliard

Galliard, John Ernest [Johann Ernst]

Galliard Ltd.

Galliari.

Galli-Bibiena [Bibiena, Bibbiena].

Gallican chant.

Gallichon [Ger.].

Gallico, Claudio (Benedetto)

Galliculus [Alectorius, Hähnel], Johannes

Galli-Curci [née Galli], Amelita

Gallicus [Carthusiensis, Legiensis, Mantuanus], Johannes

Galliera, Alceo

Gallignani, Giuseppe

Galli-Marié [née Marié de l’Isle, Marié], Célestine(-Laurence)

Gallimberto, Ferdinando.

Gallini, Giovanni Andrea Battista [John]

Gallinius [Kurek], Marcin

Gallishon

Gallo, Domenico

Gallo, F(ranco) Alberto

Gallo, Fortune [Fortunato] T.

Gallo, Giovanni Pietro

Gallo, Giuseppe [Gioseffo, Josephus].

Gallo, Pietro Antonio [Pietrantonio]

Gallo, R.

Gallo, Vincenzo

Gallois, Patrick

Gallois-Montbrun, Raymond

Gallon, Jean

Gallon, Noël

Gallot.

Gallus, Antonius.

Gallus, Giuseppe [Gioseffo, Josephus].

Gallus, Jacobus.

Gallus, Joannes [Lecocq, Jean]

Gallus, Udalricus.

Gallus-Mederitsch, Johann.

Galop

Galoubet.

Galpin, Francis William

Galpin Society.

Galuppi, Baldassare

Galusin, Vladimir

Galván [Galbán], Ventura

Gálvez [Cálvez], Gabriel

Galway, James

Gamba (i).

Gamba (ii).

Gamba, Piero [Pierino]

Gambang [gambang kayu].

Gambarini, Elisabetta de

Gambe

Gamberini, Michelangelo

Gambia, Republic of The.

Gambier Islands.

Gamble, John

Gamble and Huff.

Gamboa, Pero de

Gambus.

Gamelan.

Gamma

Gamma ut.

Gamme

Gamut.

Ganassi, Giacomo

Ganassi dal Fontego, Sylvestro di

Ganche, Edouard

Gand (i).

Gand (ii)

Gandini, Gerardo

Gando.

Gandolfi, Michael

Ganer, Christopher

Ganga.

Gangar [rull].

Gangsa (i).

Gangsa (ii).

Gangsta [gangster] rap.

Gann, Kyle

Ganne, (Gustave) Louis

Gänsbacher, Johann (Baptist Peter Joseph)

Gantez, Annibal

Ganz.

Ganz, Rudolf [Rudolph]

Ganze-Note

Gänzl, Kurt (Friedrich) [Gallas, Brian Roy]

Ganzschluss

Ganzton

Gapped scale.

Gaqi, Thoma

Garage.

Garant, (Albert Antonio) Serge

Garat, (Dominique) Pierre (Jean)

Garaudé, Alexis(-Adélaide-Gabriel) de

Garau Femenia, Francisco.

Garay, Luis de

Garay, Narciso

Garbarek, Jan

Garbi, Giovanni Francesco

Gärbig, Johann Anton.

Garbin, Edoardo

Garbousova, Raya

García.

García (Arancibia), Fernando

Garcia, José Maurício Nunes

García, Juan Francisco [‘Don Pancho’]

García, Maria-Felicia.

García, Pauline.

García Abril, Antón

García de Basurto, Juan

García Demestres, Albert

García de Salazar, Juan

García de Zéspedes [Céspedes], Juan

García Fajer, Francisco Javier [Garzia, Francesco Saverio; ‘Lo Spagnoletto’]

García Gutiérrez, Antonio

García Leoz, Jesús.

García Lorca, Federico

García Mansilla, Eduardo

García Matos, Manuel

García Morillo, Roberto

García Pacheco, Fabián

García Robles, José

Garcin [Salomon], Jules Auguste

Gardano [Gardane].

Garde, Pierre de.

Gardel.

Gardel, Carlos [Gardes, Charles Romuald]

Gardelli, Lamberto

Garden, Edward J(ames) C(larke)

Garden, Mary

Gardi, Francesco

Gardiner, Henry Balfour

Gardiner, Sir John Eliot

Gardiner, William

Gardner, Johann von

Gardner, John (Linton)

Gardner, Kay

Gárdonyi, Zoltán

Gar-dpon, Pa-sangs Don-grub

Garducci, Tommaso.

Gareth, Benedetto [‘Il Chariteo’]

Gargallo, Luis Vicente

Gargano, Giovanni Battista

Gargari, Teofilo

Gargiulo [Gargiulio], Terenzio

Garimberti, Ferdinando

Garinus [? Guayrinet]

Garip (Provençal).

Garland.

Garland, Judy [Gumm, Frances Ethel]

Garland, Peter (Adams)

Garlandia, Johannes de.

Garmonica [garmoshka]

Garner, Erroll (Louis)

Garnesey [?John]

Garnier [Grenier, Guarnier]

Garnier, François.

Garnier [l'aîné], François-Joseph

Garnier, Gabriel

Garnier, Louis.

Garrana, (Muhammed) Rifaat

Garre, Edmée Sophie.

Garrelts [Garrels], Rudolph [Redolph]

Garreta (Arboix), Juli [Julio]

Garrett, George (Mursell)

Garrett, Lesley

Garrick, David

Garrido (Vargas), Pablo

Garrido-Lecca (Seminario), Celso

Garrigues, Malvina.

Garrison, Lucy McKim

Garrison [Siemonn], Mabel

Garro, Francisco

Garsi, Ascanio.

Garsi, Donino.

Garsi [Garsi da Parma], Santino [Santino detto Valdès]

Garth, John

Gartner.

Garugli [Garulli], Bernardo [Garullus, Bernardinus]

Garullus, Bernardinus.

Garūta, Lūcija

Garzia, Francesco Saverio.

Gas [Gaz], José

Gascon, Adam-Nicolas

Gascongne [Gascogne, Gascongus, Gascone, Gasconia, Guascogna], Mathieu [?Johannes]

Gasdia, Cecilia

Gaslini, Giorgio

Gaspar de Padua [Gaspare de Albertis, Gaspare bergomensis].

Gaspardini, Gasparo

Gaspari, Gaetano

Gasparian, Djivan

Gasparini.

Gasparini, Domenico Maria Angiolo.

Gasparini, Quirino

Gasparo da Salò [Bertolotti]

Gaspar van Weerbeke.

Gasperini, Guido

Gassenhauer

Gásser Laguna, Luís

Gasser, Ulrich

Gassmann, Florian Leopold

Gassner, Ferdinand Simon

Gast, Peter [Köselitz, Johann Heinrich]

Gastatz [Gastharts], Mathias.

Gastoldi, Giovanni Giacomo

Gaston Fébus, 3rd Count of Foix and 11th of Béarn

Gastorius [Bauchspiess], Severus

Gastoué, Amédée(-Henri-Gustave-Noël)

Gastritz [Gastritzsch, Gastharts, Gastatz], Mathias

Gat

Gatayes.

Gates, Bernard

Gattermeyer, Heinrich

Gatti, Daniele

Gatti [Pesci], Gabriella

Gatti, Guido M(aggiorino)

Gatti, Luigi (Maria Baldassare)

Gatti, Theobaldo [Teobaldo] di [Théobalde]

Gatti-Aldrovandi, Clelia

Gatti-Casazza, Giulio

Gatto, Simone [Simon]

Gatzmann, Wolfgang.

Gaubert, Philippe

Gauci, Miriam

Gaucquier, Alard du.

Gaudeamus Foundation.

Gaudentius

Gaudibert, Eric

Gaudio, Cavalier Antonio dal [del]

Gauk, Aleksandr Vasil'yevich

Gaul, Alfred (Robert)

Gaultier [Gautier, Gaulthier], Denis

Gaultier [Gautier, Gaulthier], Ennemond

Gaultier, Jacques.

Gaultier, Pierre.

Gaultier de Marseille.

Gauntlett, Henry John

Gaussin, Allain

Gauterius de Castello Rainardi [Gauthier of Château-renard (Bouches-du-Rhône)].

Gautier, Denis.

Gautier, Ennemond.

Gautier, (Jean-François-)Eugène

Gautier, François.

Gautier [Gaultier], Jacques [Gwaltier, James]

Gautier, Judith

Gautier [Gaultier], Pierre (i)

Gautier, Pierre (ii) [Gaultier de Marseille]

Gautier, Théophile

Gautier de Châtillon.

Gautier de Coincy

Gautier de Dargies

Gautier de Lille.

Gautier d'Espinal [Epinal]

Gauzargues, Charles

Gavaldá, José

Gavaldá, Miguel Querol.

Gavaux, Pierre.

Gavazzeni, Gianandrea

Gaveau.

Gaveaux [Gavaux, Gaveau], Pierre

Gaviniés [Gaviniès, Gaviniez, Gavigniès, Gavignès, Gabignet and other variations], Pierre

Gavioli.

Gavotte

Gavoty, Bernard

Gavrilin, Valery Aleksandrovich

Gavrilov, Andrey

Gawriloff, (Siegfried Jordan) Saschko

Gawroński [Rola-Gawroński], Wojciech

Gay.

Gay, Jesús Bal y.

Gay, John

Gay [née Pichot Gironés], María

Gay, Noel [Armitage, Reginald Moxon]

Gay and lesbian music.

Gaye [Gay], Marvin

Gayer [Gaier, Geyer], Johann Christoph (Karl)

Gayer, Johann (Andreas) Joseph Georg (Jakob)

Gaytán y Arteaga, Manuel González.

Gaz, José.

Gazarossian, Koharik Alis [Łazarosyan, Goharik Alis]

Gazkue y Murga, Francisco.

Gaztambide (y Garbayo), Joaquín (Romualdo)

Gazzaniga, Giuseppe

Gazzaniga, Marietta

Gazzelloni, Severino

Gdańsk

Ge, Gangru

Geary, Thomas Augustine [Timothy]

Gebauer (i).

Gebauer (ii).

Gebauer, Franz Xaver

Gebauer, Johan Christian

Gebel.

Gebel [Göbel], Franz Xaver

Gebethner & Wolff.

Gebhard, Heinrich

Gebrauchsmusik

Gebrüder Späth.

Gebunden (i)

Gebunden (ii)

Gebundener Stil

Geck, Martin

Gedackt

Gédalge, André

Gedda [Ustinoff], Nicolai (Harry Gustaf)

Geddes, John Maxwell

Gedike [Goedicke], Aleksandr Fyodorovich

Gedoppelter Accent

Geehl, Henry (Ernest)

Geeres, John

Geerhart.

Geerhart [Geerheart], Jan.

Geering, Arnold

Geertsom, Jan van

Gefors, Hans (Gustaf)

Gegenbewegung

Gegenfuge

Gehlhaar, Rolf (Rainer)

Gehot, Joseph

Gehrmans.

Geib.

Geige

Geigen

Geigenharz

Geigenwerk.

Geijer, Erik Gustaf

Gein, van den.

Geiringer, Karl (Johannes)

Geisenhof [Geisenhofer], Johann [Hans]

Geiser, Walther

Geisler, Paul

Geissenhof, Franz [Franciscus]

Geissler, Benedict

Geissler, Fritz

Geisslerlieder

Geist, Christian

Geistliches Konzert

Gelber, Bruno Leonardo

Gelbrun, Artur

Gelineau, Joseph

Gelinek [Gelineck, Jelínek], Josef

Gellert, Christian Fürchtegott

Gelmetti, Gianluigi

Geltzmann [Gelzmann], Wolfgang.

GEMA.

Gemblaco, Johannes Franchois de.

Gemell.

Geminiani, Francesco (Saverio) [Xaviero]

Gemmel.

Gemshorn

Gena, Peter

Gencebay, Orhan

Gencer [Ceyrekgil], (Ayshe) Leyla

Gendang.

Gender (i).

Gender (ii).

Gendre, Jean le.

Gendron, Maurice

Genée, (Franz Friedrich) Richard

Generalbass

Generali, Pietro

Generalpause

Genesis.

Genest, Charles-Claude

Genet, Elzéar.

Geneva

Gengenbach, Nikolaus

Genin, Vladimir Mikhailovich

Genis

Genis corno

Genishta, Iosif Iosifovich

Genlis [née Ducrest de Saint-Aubin], Stéphanie-Félicité, Countess of

Gennrich, Friedrich

Genoa

Genouillère

Genovés (y Lapetra), Tomás

Genre.

Gens, Véronique

Gent

Gentian [Gentien, Gentiam]

Gentile, Ada

Gentile, Ortensio

Gentili, Giorgio

Gentilucci, Armando

Gentlemen's Concerts.

Genuino, Francesco

Genus

Genzmer, Harald

Geoffroy, Jean-Baptiste

Geoffroy, Jean-Nicolas

Geoffroy-Dechaume, Antoine

George, Michael

George, Stefan (Anton)

Georgescu, Corneliu Dan

Georgescu, George

Georgia.

Georgiades, Thrasybulos G(eorgios)

Georgia Tom.

Georgiceus [Georgiceo, Georgievich, Georgijević, Grgičević, Jurjević], Athanasius

Georgius a Brugis

Georg Rudolph, Duke of Liegnitz [now Legnica], Brieg [now Brzeg] and Goldberg

Geraert, Jan.

Gerald de Barri.

Geraldo [Bright, Gerald W.]

Gerald of Wales.

Gérard, Henri-Philippe

Gerard [Geraert, Girard, Gerardus, Geerhart, Ghirardo], Jan

Gérard, Yves(-René-Jean)

Gerarde [Gerard, Gerardus, Gerrarde], Derrick [Dethick, Dyricke, Theodoricus]

Gerardis, Giovanni Battista Pinellus de.

Gerardo.

Gerardus.

Gerardus, Jan.

Gerber, Christian

Gerber, Ernst Ludwig

Gerber, Heinrich Nikolaus

Gerber, Rudolf

Gerbert, Martin, Freiherr von Hornau

Gerbert d'Aurillac [Silvester II]

Gerbič, Fran

Gerbich [Gerbig], Johann Anton.

Gerdes, Federico

Geremia, Giuseppe

Gergalov, Aleksandr

Gergely, Jean

Gergiyev, Valery (Abissalovich)

Gerhard.

Gerhard, Anselm

Gerhard, Livia.

Gerhard, Roberto [Gerhard Ottenwaelder, Robert]

Gerhardt, Elena

Gerhardt, Paul [Paulus]

Gericke, Wilhelm

Gerig.

Gerigk, Herbert

Gerl [Görl].

Gerlach [Gerlacz, Gerlatz].

Gerlach, Carl Gotthelf

Gerlandus.

Gerlatz.

Gerle, Conrad

Gerle, Georg

Gerle, Hans

Gerle, Melchior.

Gerlin, Ruggero

Germain.

German, Sir Edward [Jones, German Edward]

German Dance

German flute.

Germani, Fernando

Germania Musical Society.

Germanos of New Patras [Germanos Neōn Patrōn]

German Reed, Thomas.

German sixth chord.

German String Trio.

Germany, Federal Republic of

Gern, August Friedrich Hermann

Gernsheim, Friedrich

Gero [Ghero, Giero], Jhan [Ihan, Jehan, Jan, Giovan]

Gérold, (Jean) Théodore

Gerrish-Jones, Abbie

Gerschefski, Edwin

Gersem, Géry.

Gershwin, George [Gershvin, Jacob]

Gershwin, Ira [Gershvin, Israel]

Gerson, George

Gerson, Jean Charlier de [Doctor Christianissimus]

Gersonides [Levi ben Gershom (Gershon, Gerson); Leo Hebraeus; Magister Leon de Bagnols; RaLBaG]

Gerson-Kiwi, (Esther) Edith

Gerstenberg, Heinrich Wilhelm von

Gerstenberg, Johann Daniel

Gerstenberg, Walter

Gerstenbüttel, Joachim

Gerster, Etelka

Gerster, Ottmar

Gertler, André [Endre]

Gertsman, Yevgeny Vladimirovich.

Gervais, Charles-Hubert

Gervais, Laurent [de Rouen]

Gervais, Pierre-Noël

Gervaise, Claude

Gervase Elwes Memorial Fund.

Gervasius de Anglia.

Gervasoni, Carlo

Gervasoni, Stefano

Gervays [Gervasius de Anglia]

Gervés du Bus.

Ges

Gesangvoll

Geschwind

Geschwindmarsch

Gese, Bartholomäus.

Geselliges Lied.

Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde.

Gesellschaft für Musikalische Aufführungs- und Mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte [GEMA].

Gesellschaft für Musikforschung

Gesellschaftslied

Geses

Gesius [Gese, Göse, Göss], Bartholomäus [Barthel]

Gesner, Conrad [Gessner, Konrad]

Gesolreut.

Gestalt.

Gestewitz, Friedrich Christoph

Gestopft

Gestossen

Gesualdo, Carlo, Prince of Venosa, Count of Conza

Geteilt

Getragen

Gétreau, Florence

Getty, Gordon (Peter)

Getz, Stan(ley)

Getzelev, Boris Semyonovich

Getzen Co.

Getzmann [Geltzmann, Gelzmann, Gatzmann], Wolfgang

Geuck, Valentin

Gevaert, François-Auguste

Gevanche, Adam de.

Gevicenus [Gevicensis], Andreas Chrysoponos.

Gewandhaus Orchestra.

Gewgaw.

Geyer, Johann Christoph.

Geyer, Stefi

Geysen, Frans

Ghana, Republic of [formerly Gold Coast].

Ghantā [ghant, ghantī, ghantikā, ghanto].

Gharānā

Ghata [ghatam, gharā].

Ghazal.

Ghazālī, Abū Hāmid Muhammad al-

Ghazālī, Majd al-Dīn Ahmad al-

Ghazarian [Kazarian], Yury Shaheni

Ghedini, Giorgio Federico

Gheerkin.

Gheerkin [Gheerken, Gheraert] de Hondt

Gheine, van den.

Gheluwe, Leo van.

Ghent

Ghent, Emmanuel (Robert)

Gheorghiu, Angela

Gheraert de Hondt.

Gherardello da Firenze [Magister Ser Ghirardellus de Florentia; Niccolò di Francesco]

Gherardeschi, Filippo Maria

Gherardeschi, Giuseppe

Gherardi, Biagio

Gherardi, Giovanni.

Gherardi, Giovanni Battista Pinello di.

Gherardini, Arcangelo

Gherl, Johann Caspar [Kaspar].

Ghero, Jhan.

Ghersem [Gersem], Géry (de)

Gheyn, van den.

Ghezzi, Ippolito

Ghezzo, Dinu D.

Ghiaurov, Nicolai

Ghidjak [ghichak, gidzhak, gijak, g'ijjak].

Ghibel [Ghibelli, Ghibellini], Eliseo

Ghiglia, Oscar

Ghignone, Giovanni Pietro.

Ghinste, Peter van der

Ghinzer, Giovanni.

Ghirardellus de Florentia.

Ghirardi, Giovanni Battista Pinello di.

Ghirardo.

Ghirardo, Jan.

Ghircoiaşiu, Romeo (Mircea)

Ghironda

Ghiseghem, Hayne van.

Ghiselin [Verbonnet], Johannes

Ghiselin Danckerts.

Ghisi, Federico

Ghislanzoni, Antonio

Ghitalla, Armando

Ghivizzani [Guivizzani], Alessandro

Ghizeghem, Hayne van.

Ghizzolo.

Ghizzolo, Giovanni

Ghoneim, Mauna

Ghosh, Nikhil Jyoti

Ghosh, Pannalal

Ghro, Johann.

Giaccio, Orazio [Horatio]

Giaches da [Giacchetto de] Mantua.

Giacobbe, Juan Francisco

Giacobbi, Girolamo

Giacobetti, Pietro Amico

Giacomelli [Jacomelli], Geminiano

Giacometti, Bortolomeo (Antonio)

Giacometti, Giovanni Battista.

Giacomini, Bernardo

Giacomini, Giuseppe

Giacomo, Salvatore di.

Giacomo da Chieti.

Giacopone da Todi [Giacopone de’ Benedetti].

Giacosa, Giuseppe

Giai [Giaii, Giaij, Giay], Francesco Saverio

Giai [Giaj], Giovanni Antonio.

Giaiotti, Bonaldo

Giamberti, Giuseppe [Gioseppe]

Gianacconi, Giuseppe.

Gianella, Louis [Ludovico, Luigi]

Gianelli, Francesco

Gianelli, Pietro

Gianneo, Luis

Giannettini [Gianettini, Zanettini, Zannettini], Antonio

Giannetto.

Giannini, Dusolina

Giannini, Vittorio

Gianotti [Giannotti], Giacomo

Gianotti, Pietro [Giannotti, Pierre]

Giansetti, Giovanni Battista

Gian Toscan

Gianturco [née Dooley], Carolyn M(argaret)

Giaranzana.

Giardini [Degiardino], Felice (de)

Giay, Francesco Saverio.

Giay [Giai, Giaj], Giovanni Antonio

Giazotto, Remo

Gibbes, Richard.

Gibbons, (Richard) Carroll [‘Gibby’]

Gibbons, Christopher

Gibbons, Edward.

Gibbons, Ellis.

Gibbons, Orlando

Gibbs, Alan (Trevor)

Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong

Gibbs, Joseph

Gibbs [Gibbes], Richard

Gibelius [Gibel], Otto

Gibelli, Lorenzo [Gibellone]

Gibert, Paul-César

Gibson.

Gibson, Sir Alexander (Drummond)

Gibson, Jon (Charles)

Gidayu.

Gideon, Miriam

Gidino da Sommacampagna

Gieburowski, Wacław

Giegling, Franz

Gielen, Michael (Andreas)

Giero, Jhan.

Gieseking, Walter

Gievenci, Adam de.

Gifford, Helen (Margaret)

Giga

Gigault, Nicolas

Gigler, Andre [Andreas]

Gigli.

Gigli, Beniamino

Gigli, Giovanni Battista [‘Il Tedeschino’]

Giglio, Tommaso

Gigout, Eugène

Gigue (i)

Gigue (ii)

Gil, Gilberto [Moreira, Gilberto Passos Gil]

Gilardi, Gilardo

Gilardoni, Domenico

Gilbert, Anthony

Gilbert, Geoffrey (Winzer)

Gilbert, Henry F(ranklin Belknap)

Gilbert, Jean [Winterfeld, Max]

Gilbert, Kenneth (Albert)

Gilbert, Olive

Gilbert Islands [now Republic of Kiribati].

Gilberto, João (do Prado Pereira de Oliveira)

Gilboa, Jacob

Gilchrist, Anne Geddes

Gilchrist, William Wallace

Gilels, Emil (Grigor'yevich)

Giles, Alice (Rosemary)

Giles [Gyles], Nathaniel

Gilfert, Charles H., jr

Gilfry, Rodney

Gil García, Bonifacio

Giliardi, Arnolfo [Ser Arnolfo da Francia; Arnolfo d’Arnolfo]

Gille, Jacob Edvard

Gillebert, Gloria Caroline.

Gillebert [Guillebert] de Berneville

Gilles, Jean

Gilles le Vinier.

Gillespie, Dizzy [John Birks]

Gillet, Georges(-Vital-Victor)

Gillett & Johnston.

Gillier, Jean-Claude

Gillis, Don

Gilly, Dinh

Gilman, Benjamin Ives

Gilman, Lawrence

Gilmore, Patrick S(arsfield)

Gilse, Jan (Pieter Hendrik) van

Gilson, Paul

Gimel.

Giménez [Jiménez] (y Bellido), Jerónimo

Giménez, Raúl (Alberto)

Gimpel, Bronislav

Gimpel, Jakob

Ginastera, Alberto (Evaristo)

Gindron, François

Giner y Vidal, Salvador

Ginés Pérez, Juan.

Gingold, Josef

Ginguené [Guinguené], Pierre-Louis

Gintzler, Simon

Ginzburg, Grigory (Romanovich)

Ginzburg, Lev Solomonovich

Ginzburg, Semyon L'vovich

Giocoso

Gioia [Gioja], Gaetano

Giordani, Carmine

Giordani [Giordano], Giuseppe (Tommaso Giovanni) [Giordaniello]

Giordani, Tommaso

Giordano, Umberto (Menotti Maria)

Giorgetti, Ferdinando

Giorgi, Geltrude.

Giorgi, Giovanni

Giorgi-Belloc, Teresa.

Giornovichi, Giovanni [Jarnović, Jarnovicki, Jarnowick; Ivan] Mane

Giorza, Paolo

Gioseffo da Lucca.

Giovan Maria da Crema.

Giovannelli [Giovanelli], Ruggiero

Giovanni Ambrosio.

Giovanni da Cascia [Jovannes de Cascia, Johannes de Florentia, Maestro Giovanni da Firenze]

Giovanni da Foligno.

Giovanni da Prato [Giovanni Gherardi]

Giovanni degli Organi.

Giovanni Gherardi.

Giovanni Leonardo dell’Arpa.

Giovanni [Joan, Giovan] Maria da Crema

Giovanni Mazzuoli.

Giovannini [de Giovannini; first name unknown]

Giovannini, Simone

Giovannino da Roma [Giovannino del Violoncello].

Giovannino del Violone.

Giovenardi, Bartolomeo [Bartolomé].

Gippius, Yevgeny Vladimirovich

Gipps, Ruth (Dorothy Louisa) [Wid(dy) Gipps]

Giraldoni, Eugenio

Giraldoni, Leone

Giraldus Cambrensis [Gerald de Barri, Gerald of Wales]

Giramo [Girolamo], Pietro Antonio

Girard.

Girard, Jan.

Girard, Narcisse

Girardeau, Isabella

Girardi, Alexander

Giraud, François-Joseph

Giraud, Marthe.

Giraud, Suzanne

Giraut [Girautz, Guiraut] de Bornelh [de Borneill]

Girdlestone, Cuthbert M(orton)

Girelli (Aquilar) [Aguilar, Anguilar], Antonia Maria

Girelli, Santino

Giribaldi, Tomás

Girò [Tessieri], Anna (Maddalena)

Giró [Jiró], Manuel

Girolamo, Pietro Antonio.

Girolamo da Udine.

Giroust, François

Girowetz, Adalbert.

Gis

Gisis

Gismondi [Resse; Hempson], Celeste

Gismonti, Egberto

Gistelinck, Elias

Gistou [Gistow], Nicolas

Gitarre

Giteck, Janice

Gitlis, Ivry

Gittern [gyterne]

Giucci, Carlos

Giudice, Cesare del.

Giudici & Strada.

Giuliani, Francesco [‘Il Cerato’]

Giuliani, Giovanni Francesco

Giuliani, Mauro (Giuseppe Sergio Pantaleo)

Giuliano Bonaugurio da Tivoli.

Giulini, Carlo Maria

Giulini, Johann Andreas Joseph

Giulio Romano.

Giunta [Giunti; Zonta; Junta; Juncta; de’ Giunti Modesti].

Giuranna, (Elena) Barbara

Giuranna, Bruno

Giuseppino.

Giustini, Lodovico (Maria)

Giustiniana [justiniana, vinitiana, viniziana]

Giustiniani [Giustinian], Leonardo

Giustiniani, Vincenzo

Giusto

Givenci, Adam de.

Giyenko, Boris Fyodorovich

Gizzi, Domenico

Gizziello.

Gjevang, Anne

Gjoka, Martin

Gjoni, Simon

Glachant, Antoine-Charles

Glackemeyer, Frederick [Johann Friedrich Conrad; Frédéric]

Gladkovsky, Arseny Pavlovich

Gladney, John

Gladwin, Thomas

Gladys Knight and the Pips.

Glaeser, Franz.

Glagolitic Mass, Glagolitic chant.

Glahn, Henrik

Glam rock.

Glandien, Lutz

Glanert, Detlev

Glanner, Caspar

Glantz, (Yehuda) Leib

Glanville-Hicks, Peggy

Glarean, Heinrich [Glareanus, Henricus; Loriti]

Glasenapp, Carl Friedrich

Gläser [Glaeser], Franz (Joseph)

Glaser, Werner Wolf

Glasgow.

Glasgow, Robert (Ellison)

Glass, Louis (Christian August)

Glass, Paul (Eugène)

Glass, Philip

Glasschord [glass chord, glassichord].

Glasser, Stanley

Glass harmonica.

Glaucus [Glaukos] of Rhegium

Glaus, Daniel

Glazunov, Aleksandr Konstantinovich

Gleason, Frederick G(rant)

Gleason, Harold

Glebov, Igor'.

Glebov, Yevgeny Aleksandrovich

Glee.

Gleichschwebende Temperatur

Gleim, Johann Wilhelm Ludwig

Glein, Erasmus de

Gleisman, Carl Erik

Gleissner, Franz

Glen.

Glennie, Evelyn

Gletle, Johann Melchior

Glick, Srul Irving

Glière [Glier], Reyngol'd Moritsevich [Glière, Reinhold]

Gligo, Nikša

Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich

Gliński [Hercenstein], Mateusz [Matteo]

Glissade

Glissando

Globokar, Vinko

Glock, Sir William

Glocke

Glockenspiel (i)

Glockenspiel (ii).

Glockenspiel, militär

Glodeanu, Liviu

Glogauer Liederbuch

Glonti, Felix

Gloria in excelsis Deo.

Glosa

Glösch, Carl Wilhelm

Glossolalia.

Gloucester.

Glover, Jane (Alison)

Glover, John William

Glover, Sarah Anna

Glover, William Howard

Głowiński, Jan

Gluchowicz, Rachel S.

Gluck, Alma [Fiersohn, Reba]

Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von

Glushchenko, Georgy Semyonovich

Glykys, Gregorios

Glykys, Joannes

Glyn, Margaret H(enrietta)

Glyndebourne.

Gnattali, Radamés

Gnecchi, Vittorio

Gnecco, Francesco

Gnesin, Mikhail Fabianovich

Gniezno.

Gnocchi, Pietro

Gobatti, Stefano

Gobbi, Tito

Gobbo della regina, Il.

Göbel, Franz Xaver.

Gobelinus Person.

Gobert, Thomas

Gobetti, Francesco

Gobin de Reims [Gobin de Reins]

Goble, Robert (John)

Goblet drum.

Goccini, Giacomo.

Gocciolo, Giovanni Battista.

Godár, Vladimír

Godard [Godart, Goddart]

Godard, Benjamin (Louis Paul)

Godard de Beauchamps, Pierre-François.

Godbid, William

Goddard, Arabella

Goddart.

Godeau, Antoine

Godebrye, Jacob

Godecharle [Godecharles, Godschalck], Eugène (-Charles-Jean)

Godecharle [Godecharles, Godschalck], Lambert-François

Godefroid, (Dieudonné Joseph Guillaume) Félix

Godefroy, François

Godescalcus Lintpurgensis.

Godfrey.

Godfroy [Godefroy, Godefroid].

Godimel, Claude.

Godowsky, Leopold [Leonid]

Godric

Godschalck, Eugène.

Godschalck, Lambert-François.

Godymel, Claude.

Goeb, Roger (John)

Goebbels, Heiner

Goebel, Reinhard

Goehr.

Goepfert [Goeppfert, Goepffer, Goepffem, Gaiffre, Köpfer, Keipfer etc.], Georges-Adam

Goermans [Germain].

Goerne, Matthias

Goes, Damian.

Goesen [Goessen], Maistre.

Goethals, Lucien

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von

Goetschius, Percy

Goetz, Hermann (Gustav)

Goetze & Gwynn.

Goeyvaerts, Karel (August)

Goff, Thomas (Robert Charles)

Goffriller [Gofriller], Matteo

Gogava, Antonius Hermannus

Goge.

Gogol', Nikolay Vasil'yevich

Gogorza, Emilio [Edoardo] de

Göhler, (Karl) Georg

Göhringer, Francilla.

Goicoechea Errasti, Vicente

Góis, Damião de [Goes, Damian; Goes, Damianus a]

Gołąbek, Jakub

Golabovski, Sotir

Golani, Rivka

Gold, Arthur

Gold, Ernest

Goldar, Robert.

Goldberg [Gollberg, Goltberg, etc.], Johann Gottlieb [Théophile]

Goldberg, Joseph (Pasquale)

Goldberg, Reiner

Goldberg, Szymon

Goldberg, Théophile.

Golden number [golden section].

Goldenthal, Elliot

Goldenweiser [Gol'denveyzer], Aleksandr (Borisovich)

Golder [Goldar], Robert

Goldie

Golding, John.

Goldman, Edwin Franko

Goldman, Richard Franko

Goldmann, Friedrich

Goldmann, Max.

Goldmark, Karl [Carl; Károly]

Goldmark, Rubin

Goldoni, Carlo [Fegejo, Polisseno]

Goldovsky, Boris

Goldsbrough, Arnold (Wainwright)

Goldsbrough Orchestra.

Goldschmidt, Adalbert von

Goldschmidt, Berthold

Goldschmidt, Georg.

Goldschmidt, Harry

Goldschmidt, Otto (Moritz David)

Goldsmith, Jerry [Jerrald]

Goldstein, Malcolm

Goldstein [Gold'shteyn], Mikhail [Mykhailo] Ėmmanuilovich

Goldwin [Golding], John

Goléa, Antoine

Goleminov, Marin (Petrov)

Golestan, Stan

Goliards

Golin, Guilielmo [Colin, Guilielmus]

Golinelli, Stefano

Golisciani, Enrico

Golïshev, Yefim [Jef]

Golitsïn [Galitzin], Prince Nikolay Borisovich

Golitsïn [Galitzin], Prince Yury Nikolayevich

Gollberg, Johann Gottlieb [Théophile].

Göllner [née Martinez], Marie-Louise

Göllner, Theodor

Golodnova, N.

Golovanov, Nikolay Semyonovich

Golovin, Andrey Ivanovich

Golpeado

Golschmann, Vladimir

Goltberg, John Gottlieb [Théophile].

Goltermann, Georg (Eduard)

Goltermann, (Johann August) Julius

Goltfuss [Goltfus, Goldtfues, Goudvoet, Gellfuss], Hans

Goltz, Christel

Golubev, Yevgeny Kirillovich

Gombart.

Gomberg, Harold

Gombert, Nicolas

Gombosi, Otto (Johannes) [Ottó János]

Gomes, André da Silva

Gomes, (Antônio) Carlos

Gomes, João (i)

Gomes (de Araújo), João (ii)

Gomes (de Herrera), Manoel de S Bento

Gomes, Pietro.

Gomes Correia, Fernão.

Gomes da Rocha, Francisco.

Gomes de Araújo, João.

Gomez, Jill

Gómez (García), (Domingo) Julio

Gómez (y Muntané), Maricarmen [Maria del Carmen]

Gomez, Pietro.

Gómez, Tomás

Gómez Camargo, Miguel

Gomez Carrillo, Manuel

Gómez de Herrera, Martín

Gómez de la Cruz, Diego

Gómez de Navas, Juan

Gómez-Vignes, Mario

Gomidas.

Gomis (y Colomer), José Melchor [Melchior]

Gomółka, Mikołaj

Gonçález, José Bernal.

Gonella, Nat(haniel Charles)

Gonelli [Gonella], Giuseppe

Gonet, Valérien

Gong

Gong-chime.

Gong drum.

Gonima, Manuel

Gönnenwein, Wolfgang

Gontier de Soignies

Gontsov, Yury (Petrovich)

Gonzaga.

Gonzaga, (Francisca Edwiges Neves) Chiquinha

Gonzaga, Francesco

Gonzaga, Guglielmo

Gonzalez.

González, Hilario

González, Jaime

González (García de) Acilu, Agustín

González Barrón, Ramón

González Gamarra, Francisco

González Gaytán y Artiaga, (Juan) Manuel

Gonzalo, Gisela Hernández.

Goodall, Sir Reginald

Goode, Daniel

Goode, Richard

Goodgroome, John

Goodison, Benjamin

Goodman [Guttmann], Alfred (Alexander) [Alfred Grant]

Goodman, Benny [Benjamin] (David)

Goodman, Roy

Goodrich, William Marcellus

Goodson, Katharine

Goodson, Richard (i)

Goodson, Richard (ii)

Goodwin, Ron

Goossens.

Goovaerts, Alphonse (Jean Marie André)

Gopak.

Gora.

Gorączkiewicz, Wincenty

Görbig [Gärbig, Gerbich, Gerbig], Johann Anton (Thaddeus)

Gorchakova, Galina

Gorczycki [Gorczyca], Grzegorz Gerwazy

Gordigiani, Giovanni Battista

Gordon, Alexander

Gordon, Dexter (Keith)

Gordon, Captain James (Carel Gerhard)

Gordon, Michael

Gordon, Peter

Gordon Woodhouse [née Gwynne], Violet (Kate)

Gordy, Berry

Górecki, Henryk Mikołaj

Goretti, Antonio

Görger St Jörgen, Anna Maria von.

Gor'kiy.

Görl.

Gorli, Sandro

Gorlier, Simon

Görner, Hans-Georg

Görner, Johann Gottlieb

Görner, Johann Valentin

Gorodnitzki, Sascha

Gorr, Rita [Geirnaert, Marguerite]

Górski, Władysław

Gorsky, Aleksandr Alexievich

Gorton, William

Gorzanis, Giacomo [Jacomo (de)]

Gosa [Gose], Maistre.

Goscalch

Göse, Bartholomäus.

Gosier, tour de

Goslenus

Gosler [Goszler, Gossler, Goslerus, Gossler de Zeger, Gosslar], Thomas

Goslich, Siegfried

Gospel

Gospel hymnody.

Gospel music.

Göss, Bartholomäus.

Goss, Sir John

Goss-Custard, (Walter) Henry

Goss-Custard, Reginald

Gosse [Goesen, Goessen, Gosa, Gose, Gossen], Maistre

Gossec, François-Joseph

Gossen, Maistre.

Gossett, Philip

Gossler [Gossler de Zeger, Gosslar], Thomas.

Gosswin [Jusswein, Jussonius, Cossuino, Gossvino, Josquinus], Antonius [Anthoine]

Gostena, Giovanni Battista della.

Gostling, John

Gostling, William

Gostuški, Dragutin

Goszler, Thomas.

Göteborg [Gothenburg].

Gotfrid [Götvrit, Gottfried] von Strassburg [Strasburg]

Gotha.

Gothenburg.

Gothic Voices.

Gothóni, Ralf (Georg Nils)

Gotkovsky, Nell

Gotovac, Jakov

Gotschovius [Gottschovius], Nicolaus [Nikolaus]

Gottfried von Strassburg.

Gotthard, Johann Peter.

Götting, Valentin

Göttingen.

Gottlieb, (Maria) Anna [Nanette]

Gottorf [Gottorp].

Gottron, Adam (Bernhard)

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau

Gottschalk of Aachen [Gottschalk von Limburg, Godescalcus Lintpurgensis]

Gottsched, Johann Christoph

Gottuvādyam.

Gottwald, Clytus

Göttweig.

Götz, Franz

Götz, Johann [Joes] Michael

Goudimel [Godimel, Godimell, Godymel, Jodimel, Jodymel, Jodrymel, Jodimey etc.], Claude

Gougeon, Denis

Gough, Hugh (Percival Henry)

Gough, John

Goulart, Simon

Gould, Glenn (Herbert)

Gould, Morton

Gould, Nathaniel Duren

Goulding & Co.

Goumas, (Jean-)Pierre(-Gabriel)

Gounod, Charles-François

Goupillet [Coupillet, Goupillier], Nicolas

Gourd.

Gourd bow.

Goussenov, Farkhang.

Goût du chant

Gouvy, Louis Théodore

Gouy, Jacques de

Gow.

Gow, Dorothy

Goward [Keeley], Mary Anne

Goyeneche, Roberto [El Polaco]

Gozenpud, Abram Akimovich

Gozzini [Goccini, Coccini], Giacomo

GP.

Graaf, Christian Ernst.

Grabbe, Johann

Graben-Hoffmann [Hoffmann], Gustav (Heinrich)

Grabner, Hermann

Grabowski, Ambroży

Grabowski, Stanisław

Grabu [Grabeu, Grabue, Grabut, Grebus], Luis [Louis, Lewis]

Graça, Fernando Lopes

Grace.

Grace, Harvey

Grace notes.

Gracieusement [gracieux]

Gracis, Ettore

Gradale

Grädener, Carl (Georg Peter)

Grädener, Hermann (Theodor Otto)

Gradenigo, Paolo

Gradenthaler [Gradenthaller, Kradenthaler, Kradenthaller], Hieronymus

Gradenwitz, Peter (Emanuel)

Gradstein, Alfred

Gradual (i) [Responsorium graduale].

Gradual (ii) [grail]

Graener, Paul

Graetz [Grätz, Graz], Joseph

Graetzer, Guillermo [Wilhelm]

Graf.

Graf, Conrad

Graf, Hans

Graf, Herbert

Graf, Max

Graf, Peter-Lukas

Graf, Walter

Gräfe, Johann Friedrich

Graff, Charlotte Böheim.

Graff, Johann.

Graffman, Gary

Gräfinger, Wolfgang.

Grafton, Richard

Grafulla, Claudio S.

Gragnani, Antonio

Graham, Colin

Graham, Martha

Graham, Peter [Št'astný-Pokorný, Jaroslav]

Graham, Shirley (Lola).

Graham, Susan

Grahn, Lucile [Lucille]

Grahn, Ulf (Åke Wilhelm)

Grail.

Grain, Jean du.

Grainer, Ron(ald)

Grainger, (George) Percy (Aldridge)

Gram, Hans

Gram, Peder

Gramatges, Harold

Gramex.

Gramm, Donald

Grammateus, Henricus [Schreyber, Heinrich]

Granada.

Granados (y Campiña), Enrique [Enríc]

Granata, Giovanni Battista

Gran cassa

Grancini [Grancino], Michel’Angelo

Grancino, Giovanni

Grancino, Michel’Angelo.

Gran lira.

Grand bugle

Grand choeur

Grand Funk Railroad.

Grandi, Alessandro (i)

Grandi, Alessandro (ii)

Grandi, Margherita [Garde, Marguerite]

Grandi, Ottavio Maria

Grandis, Vincenzo de.

Grandjany, Marcel (Georges Lucien)

Grand jeu

Grandmaster Flash [Saddler, Joseph]

Grand opéra.

Grand pianoforte

Grandval [née de Reiset], Marie (Félicie Clémence), Vicomtesse de [Blangy, Caroline; Reiset, Maria Felicita de; Reiset de Tesier, Maria; Valgrand, Clémence]

Grandval, Nicolas Racot de

Graneti, Johannes

Granforte, Apollo

Grange, Philip (Roy)

Grani, Alvise [Granis, Aloysius de]

Granichstaedten [Granichstädten], Bruno

Granier [Garnier, Grenier], François

Granier [Garnier, Grenier], Louis

Granis, Aloysius de.

Granjon, Robert

Grano, John Baptist

Granom, Lewis Christian Austin

Granouilhet [Grenouillet], Jean de, Sieur de Sablières

Grant, Degens & Bradbeer.

Gran tamburo

Grantham, Donald

Granz, Norman

Grapheus, Hieronymus.

Graphische Tonerzeugung

Grappelli [Grappelly], Stephane [Steph]

Gräsbeck, Gottfrid (Gustaf Unosson)

Grasberger, Franz

Graschinsky, Ernest Louis.

Grasset, Jean-Jacques

Grassi, Cecilia

Grassineau, James

Grassini, Francesco Maria

Grassini, Josephina [Giuseppina] (Maria Camilla)

Grateful Dead, the.

Gratiani, Bonifatio

Gratiano, Tomaso.

Gratieusement [gratioso].

Gratiosus de Padua.

Grätz

Grätz, Joseph.

Grätzer, Carlos

Grau, Alberto

Graubiņš, Jēkabs

Graubner, Johann Christian Gottlieb.

Graumann, Dorothea von.

Graumann, Mathilde.

Graun.

Graupner, Christoph

Graupner [Graubner], (Johann Christian) Gottlieb

Graus (i Ribas), Josep Oriol

Grave

Gravecembalo

Graves, Samuel

Gravicembalo [gravecembalo]

Gravissima

Grāvītis, Olgerts

Gray, Cecil

Gray, H.W.

Gray, Jonathan

Gray, Thomas

Gray & Davison.

Gray’s Inn.

Grayson, Kathryn [Hedrick, Zelma Kathryn]

Graz.

Graz, Joseph.

Graziani.

Graziani, Bonifazio.

Graziani, Carlo

Graziani [Gratiano], Tomaso

Grazioli, Alessandro

Grazioli, Giovanni Battista (Ignazio)

Grazioso

Grazioso da Padova [Gratiosus de Padua]

Great Antiphons.

Great octave.

Greatorex, Henry Wellington

Greatorex, Thomas

Great organ.

Great Responsory.

Greaves, Thomas

Greban, Arnoul

Grebe (Vicuña), María Ester

Greber, Jakob

Grebus, Luis.

Grechaninov, Aleksandr Tikhonovich

Greco, Gaetano

Greece.

Greef, Arthur de.

Green(e), Al

Green [Greene], James

Green, Philip

Green, Ray (Burns)

Green, Samuel

Greenberg, Noah

Greene, James.

Greene, Maurice

Greene, (Harry) Plunket

Greene, Ry(chard)

Greenfield, Edward (Henry)

Greenhouse, Bernard

Greenland.

Greenwich, Ellie

Greer, Frank Terry

Greeting, Thomas

Greff alias Bakfark, Valentin.

Grefinger [Gräfinger], Wolfgang

Greggs, William

Greghesca

Gregoir, Edouard (Georges Jacques)

Gregoir, Jacques (Mathieu Joseph)

Gregoire

Gregor, Bohumil

Gregor, Čestmír

Gregor, Christian Friedrich

Gregora, František

Gregori, Annibale

Gregori, Giovanni Lorenzo

Gregorian chant.

Gregorios the Protopsaltes [‘the Levite’]

Gregorowicz [Gregorowitsch, Grigorovich], Karol [Charles]

Gregory, Thomas

Gregory, William (i)

Gregory, William (ii)

Gregory of Tours

Gregory the Great [Gregory I]

Gregson, Edward

Greig, Gavin

Greindl, Josef

Greiss, Yusef

Greiter [Greitter, Greuter, Greyter, Gritter, Gryter], Matthias [Matthaeus, Mathis, Mateus]

Grela [Grela Herrera], Dante G(erardo)

Grell, (August) Eduard

Grelots

Grenerin, Henry

Grenet, François Lupien

Grenier.

Grenier, François.

Grenier, Louis.

Grenon, Nicolas

Grenouillet, Jean, de.

Grenser.

Grequillon, Thomas.

Grešák, Jozef

Gresemund, Dietrich

Gresham Chair of Music.

Gresnick [Gresnich, Gressenich], Antoine-Frédéric

Gresse, Jan Barent

Grétry, André-Ernest-Modeste

Grétry, Lucile [Angélique-Dorothée-Louise]

Gretsch.

Grevillius, Nils

Grey, Madeleine [Grunberg, Madeleine Nathalie]

Grgičević, Athanasius.

Gribenski, Jean

Grieg, Edvard (Hagerup)

Grieg [Hagerup], Nina

Griepenkerl, Friedrich (Conrad)

Griepenkerl, Wolfgang Robert

Griesbach, John Henry

Griesbach, Karl-Rudi

Griesinger, Georg August

Grieviler, Jehan de.

Griff

Griffbrett

Griffes, Charles T(omlinson)

Griffin, George Eugene

Griffin, Thomas

Griffini, Giacomo

Griffis, Elliot

Griffith, R(obert) D.

Griffith, Robert

Griffiths, Paul (Anthony)

Griffiths, Robert

Griffoni, Matteo

Grignani, Lodovico

Grigny, Nicolas de

Grigorian, Gegam

Grigoriu, Teodor [Theodor]

Grigor'yeva, Galina Vladimirovna

Grigsby [née Pinsky], Beverly

Grijp, Louis Peter

Grille, Sieur de la.

Griller String Quartet.

Grillet, Laurent

Grillo, Giovanni Battista

Grillparzer, Franz

Grimace [Grymace, Grimache, Magister Grimache]

Grimaldi, Nicolo.

Grimani.

Grimani, Maria Margherita

Grimaud, Hélène

Grimm, Friedrich Melchior, Baron von

Grimm, Heinrich

Grimm, Karl

Grimm, (Karl Konstantin) Ludwig [Louis]

Grimm & Wirsung.

Grinberg, (Rachel-)Mariya (Izrailevna)

Grinberg, Oleksandr

Grinblat, Romual'd Samuilovich

Grinder organ.

Grinke, Frederick

Grīnups, Artūrs

Griot.

Grisar, Albert

Grischkat, Hans (Adolf Karl Willy)

Grisey, Gérard

Grisi, Carlotta [Caronne Adele Josephine Marie]

Grisi, Giuditta

Grisi, Giulia

Grisogono [Chrisogonus; Grisogono-Bartolačić], Federik [Federicus]

Grist, Reri

Gritton, Susan

Grković, Branko

Gro, Johann.

Grobe, Charles

Grobe, Donald (Roth)

Grobstimme.

Grocheio [Grocheo], Johannes de

Groe, Johann.

Groenemann, Johann Albert Heinrich.

Grofé, Ferde [Ferdinand] (Rudolf von)

Groh [Ghro, Gro, Groe, Grohe etc.], Johann

Gronamann, Sybilla.

Gronau, Daniel Magnus

Grøndahl, Agathe (Ursula).

Groneman, Albertus [Groenemann, Johann Albert Heinrich]

Grønland [Grönland], Peter

Groop, Monica

Grooverider [Bingham, Roger]

Groppetto [groppo].

Groppo

Groppo, Antonio

Grosheim, Georg Christoph

Gross, Eric

Gross, Robert (Arthur)

Gross Cither

Grosse caisse

Grosseteste, Robert [Lincolniensis]

Grosse Trommel

Grossi, Andrea

Grossi, Carlo

Grossi, Giovanni Antonio

Grossi, Giovanni Francesco.

Grossi, Pietro

Grossi da Viadana, Lodovico.

Grossin [Grossim], Estienne

Grosskopf, Erhard

Grossman, Ludwik

Grossman, Vera.

Grossmann, Gustav Friedrich Wilhelm

Grossmith, George (i)

Grossmith, George (ii)

Grossvater-Tanz

Gross Zittern

Grosz, Wilhelm [Will; Williams, Hugh; Milos, André]

Grothe, Franz (Johannes August)

Grotrian-Steinweg.

Grottaferrata.

Grotte, Nicolas de la.

Ground.

Ground harp

Group.

Groupe de Recherches Musicales.

Group style.

Grousil [Groussy], Nicolas [Nicole].

Grout, Donald J(ay)

Grouzy [Grousil, Groussy], Nicolas [Nicole]

Grove, Sir George

Grové, Stefans

Groven, Eivind

Groves, Sir Charles (Barnard)

Grovlez, Gabriel (Marie)

Grua.

Gruber, Erasmus

Gruber, Franz Xaver

Gruber [Grueber], Georg Wilhelm

Gruber, Gernot

Gruber, H(einz) K(arl) [Nali]

Gruber, Roman Il'ich

Gruberová, Edita

Grudzień, Jacek

Grueber, Georg Wilhelm.

Gruenberg, Erich

Gruenberg, Louis [Edwards, George]

Grumiaux, Baron Arthur

Grümmer, Elisabeth

Grümmer, Paul

Grünbaum, Therese [née Müller]

Grundgestalt

Grundheber, Franz

Grundtvig, Svend (Hersleb)

Grunebaum, Hermann

Grunenwald, Jean-Jacques

Gruner, Nathanael Gottfried

Grünewald [Grunewald], Gottfried

Grunge.

Gruppetto

Gruppo

Gruppo Universitario per la Nuova Musica.

Grützmacher, Friedrich (Wilhelm Ludwig)

Gruuthuse Manuscript.

G sol re ut.

Guaccero, Domenico

Guáchara [churuca, guacharaca].

Guadagni, Gaetano

Guadagnini.

Guadagno, Anton

Guadalcanal.

Guaitoli, Francesco Maria

Guajira.

Gualandi, Antonio [Campioli]

Gualandi, Margherita [La Campioli]

Gualterus ab Insula.

Gualtieri, Alessandro

Gualtieri, Antonio

Guam.

Guami.

Guan.

Guan Pinghu [given name, Ping; style, Ji'an]

Guaracha.

Guardasoni, Domenico

Guarducci [Garducci], Tommaso

Guarello, Alejandro

Guarini, (Giovanni) Battista

Guarneri.

Guarneri String Quartet.

Guarnier.

Guarnieri, Adriano

Guarnieri, Antonio

Guarnieri, (Mozart) Camargo

Guasco, Carlo

Guascogna, Mathieu [?Johannes].

Guastavino, Carlos (Vicente)

Guatemala,

Guayrinet.

Guazzi, Eleuterio

Gubanshī, Muhammad al-

Gubaydulina, Sofiya Asgatovna

Gubert [Hubert], Nikolay Al'bertovich

Gubitosi, Emilia

Gudehus, Heinrich

Gudewill, Kurt

Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, Pelle

Gueden, Hilde

Guédon de Presles, Mlle

Guédon [Guesdon] de Presles, Honoré-Claude [Prêles, Honoré-Claude de]

Guédron [Guesdron], Pierre

Gueinz, Christian

Guelfi, Antonio

Guénin, Marie-Alexandre

Guerau [Garau Femenia], Francisco

Guerini, Francesco

Guéroult, Guillaume

Guerra, Juan Luís

Guerra-Peixe, César

Guerre des Bouffons.

Guerrero, Antonio

Guerrero, Francisco (i)

Guerrero (Marín), Francisco (ii)

Guerrero (y Torres), Jacinto

Guerrero, Joseph

Guerrero, Pedro

Guerrero Díaz, Félix

Guerrieri, Agostino

Guerrini, Guido

Guersan, Louis

Guesdron, Pierre.

Guest, George (i)

Guest, George (Howell) (ii)

Guest [Miles], Jane Mary [Jenny]

Guetfreund, Peter [Bonamico, Pietro]

Guevara, Pedro de Loyola

Guevara Ochoa, (Julio) Armando

Guézec, Jean-Pierre

Gugel', Aleksandr (Oleksandr)

Gugl, Matthäus

Guglielmi.

Guglielmini, Pietro Carlo.

Guglielmo Ebreo da Pesaro [Giovanni Ambrosio]

Guglielmo Roffredi

Guhr, Karl (Wilhelm Ferdinand)

Gui, Vittorio

Guibert Kaukesel [Chaucesel; Hubert Chaucesel]

Guicciardi, Francesco

Guichard, François, Abbé

Guichard, Henry, Sieur d’Hérapine

Guichard, Léon

Guichard, Louis-Joseph

Guida

Guide.

Guidetti, Giovanni Domenico

Guidi, Giovanni Gualberto

Guidiccioni Lucchesini [Lucchesina], Laura

Guido

Guido, Giovanni Antonio [‘Antonio’]

Guido Augensis.

Guido Cariloci.

Guido de Caroli-loco.

Guido frater

Guidon

Guido of Arezzo [Aretinus]

Guido of Cherlieu [Guido Cariloci, Guy de Cherlieu]

Guido of Eu [Guido Augensis, Guy d’Eu]

Gui d'Ussel [Uisel, Uissel]

Guiglielmo di Santo Spirito.

Guignard, Silvain André [Guignard Kyokusai]

Guignon, Jean-Pierre [Ghignone, Giovanni Pietro]

Guilain, Jean Adam [Freinsberg, Jean Adam Guillaume]

Guilbault-Thérien Inc.

Guilbert, Yvette

Guildhall School of Music and Drama [GSMD].

Guild of Jesus.

Guilds.

Guilielmus de Francia [Frate Guiglielmo di Santo Spirito]

Guilielmus Monachus

Guillard, Nicolas François

Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine and 7th Count of Poitiers

Guillaume d'Amiens, paigneur

Guillaume de Dijon [Guillaume de Fécamp; Guillaume de Volpiano]

Guillaume de Machaut.

Guillaume le Grain.

Guillaume le Vinier.

Guillaume Veau

Guillebert de Berneville.

Guillelmus Monachus.

Guillemain, Louis-Gabriel

Guillemant, Benoit

Guillet, Charles [Karel]

Guilliaud, Maximilian

Guillon [De Guillon]

Guillot, Estienne.

Guillou, Jean

Guilmant, (Félix) Alexandre

Guimard, Marie-Madeleine

Guimbard

Guinea.

Guinea-Bissau (Port. Republica da Guiné-Bissau).

Guinjoan (Gispert), Joan

Guinovart (i Rubiella), Carles

Guion, Jean.

Guiot de Dijon

Guiot de Provins

Guiraud, Ernest

Guiraut de Bornelh.

Guiraut d'Espanha [Espaigna] de Toloza [Tholoza]

Guiraut Riquier.

Güiro.

Guisterne

Guitar

Guitare allemande [cistre]

Guitare angloise

Guitare-harpe.

Guitarra (i)

Guitarra (ii)

Guitarra morisca

Guitar zither

Guiterne [guiterre] (i)

Guiterne [guiterre] (ii)

Guittar.

Guivizzani, Alessandro.

Guizzardo, Cristoforo

Gulak-Artemovsky, Semyon Stepanovich

Gulbenkian Foundation

Gulbranson, Ellen

Gulda, Friedrich

Guleghina, Maria

Gülke, Peter

Guller, Youra

Gulli, Franco

Gullin, Lars (Gunnar Victor)

Gumbert [Gumpert], Friedrich Adolf

Gumm, Albert.

Gumm, Harold.

Gümpel, Karl-Werner

Gumpelzhaimer [Gumpeltzhaimer], Adam

Gumpert, Friedrich Adolf.

Gumprecht, Johann

Gundissalinus, Domenicus [Gundisalvi, Domingo; Gonzalez, Dominique]

Gundry, Inglis

Gung’l [Gungl], Josef [Joseph]

Gunn, Barnabas

Gunn, John

Gunning, Christopher

Gunsbourg, Raoul

Guns N' Roses.

Günther, Robert

Günther [née Rösse], Ursula

Guo Wenjing

Guo Zhiyuan [Kuo Chih-yuan]

Gura, Eugen

Gura, Hermann

Güran, Nazife

Gurecký [Guretzky, Kuretzky], Josef Antonín

Gurecký [Guretzky, Kuretzky], Václav Matyáš

Guridi (Bidaola), Jesús

Gurilyov, Aleksandr L'vovich

Gurilyov, Lev Stepanovich

Gurlitt, Manfred

Gurlitt, Wilibald

Gurney, Edmund

Gurney, Ivor (Bertie)

Gurov, Leonid Simonovich

Gurtu, Trilok

Gurvin, Olav

Guschlbauer, Theodor

Guseynova, Zivar Makhmudovna

Gushee, Lawrence (Arthur)

Gusle.

Gusli

Gusnaschi [Gusnasco], Lorenzo.

Gussago, Cesario

Gustaf, Prince

Gustafsson, Kaj-Erik

Gustavus III, King of Sweden

G ut.

Gut, Serge

Gutheil [Gutkheyl'].

Gutheil-Schoder, Marie

Guthrie, Woody [Woodrow] (Wilson)

Gutiérrez, Horacio

Gutiérrez de Padilla, Juan.

Gutiérrez (y) Espinosa, Felipe

Gutiérrez Heras, Joaquín

Gutiérrez Sáenz, Benjamín

Gutman, Natalya

Gutmann, Albert J.

Gutturalis.

Guy, Barry (John)

Guy, Buddy [George]

Guy, Helen.

Guy, Nicholas

Guyana.

Guy de Cherlieu.

Guy de Saint-Denis

Guyer, Percy.

Guymont

Guyon [Guion], Jean

Guyonnet, Jacques

Guyot (de Châtelet) [Castileti], Jean

Guy-Ropartz, Joseph.

Guzikow, Michał Józef

Guzmán (Frías), Federico

Guzmán, Jorge de

Guzmán, Luis de

Gwaltier, James.

Gwan Pok.

Gwyneddigion Society.

Gwynneth, John

Gye, Frederick

Gyffard Partbooks

Gyger, Elliott

Gyles, Nathaniel.

Gymel [gimel, gemell, gemmel etc.].

‘Gypsy’ [Roma-Sinti-Traveller] music.

Gypsy scale [Hungarian mode, Hungarian scale].

Gyrowetz [Gyrowez, Girowetz], Adalbert [Jírovec, Vojtěch Matyáš]

Gyselynck, Franklin

Gysi, Fritz

Gyterne.

Gyuzelev [Ghiuselev], Nikola

H

H.

Haack [Haacke, Haak, Haake], Friedrich Wilhelm

Haag, Den

Haapanen, Toivo (Elias)

Haar, James

Haarklou, Johannes

Haas.

Haas, Friedrich

Haas, Georg Friedrich

Haas, Ildephons [Johann Georg]

Haas, Jonathan

Haas, Joseph

Haas, Monique

Haas, Otto

Haas, Pavel

Haas, Robert (Maria)

Haase, Wolfgang.

Haass, Georg.

Hába, Alois

Hába, Karel

Habana, La

Habanera

Habelhauer, Josef Franz.

Habeneck, François-Antoine

Haberhauer [Habelhauer], Maurus [Josef Franz]

Haberl, Franz Xaver

Habermann, Franz (Johann or Wenzel) [František Václav; Franciscus]

Habermann, Philipp.

Habermann, Thomas.

Habert, Johannes [Johann, Jan] Evangelista [Evangelist]

Habsburg [Hapsburg].

Haccourt, Nicolaus

Hachimura, Yoshio

Hackbrett

Hacke, John.

Hacker, Alan (Ray)

Hackett, Charles

Hacomplaynt [Hacomplayne, Hacomblen, Hacomblene, Hacumblen], Robert

Hacquart, Carolus [Carel]

Hadden, J(ames) Cuthbert

Hadianda, Dedy Satya

Hadidjah, Idjah [Hajah]

Hadjiapostolou, Nikolaos [Nikos]

Hadjidakis, Manos

Hadley, Henry (Kimball)

Hadley, Jerry

Hadley, Patrick (Arthur Sheldon)

Hadow, W(illiam) H(enry) [Sir Henry]

Hadrava, Norbert

Hadrian I

Hadrianus [Hadrianius], Emmanuel.

Haebler, Ingrid

Haeffner, Johann Christian Friedrich

Haefliger, Ernst

Haegŭm.

Haemel, Sigmund.

Haendel, Ida

Haerpfer.

Haeser, August Ferdinand

Hafeneder, Joseph

Hāfez, ‘Abdel-Halīm

Haffner, Jacobus

Haffner, Johann Ulrich

Hafgren [Hafgren-Waag, Hafgren-Dinkela], Lilly

Hagan, Helen Eugenia

Hagegård, Håkon

Hageman, Richard

Hägemann, Christian Franz Severin

Hagen, Daron Aric

Hagen, Francis Florentine

Hagen, Johann.

Hagen, Konrad von.

Hagen, P(eter) A(lbrecht) von [van], jr

Hagenau, Reinmar von.

Hagenbach, Jacob

Hagen Quartet.

Hager, Georg

Hager, Leopold

Hägg, Jacob Adolf

Haggard, Merle (Ronald)

Haggin, B(ernard) H.

Hagius [Hagen], Johann

Hagius [von Hagen], Konrad [Conrad, Conradus]

Hagley, Alison

Hague, Charles

Hague, The (Dut. Den Haag; 's-Gravenhage).

Hahn, Georg Joachim Joseph

Hahn, Reynaldo

Hahn, Ulrich.

Hähnel, Johannes.

Haibel [Haibl, Heibel], (Johann Petrus) Jakob [Jacob]

Haibel, Sophie.

Haiden [Heyden, Heiden, Hayden, Heyd].

Haieff, Alexei (Vasilievich)

Haifa.

Haig, Al(an) [Allan] (Warren)

Haigh, Thomas

Hail.

Hailland [Hayland, Heylanus], Petrus

Hailstork, Adolphus (Cunningham)

Haindl [Heindl], Franz Sebastian

Hainhofer’s Lutebooks

Hainl, François [George, Georges]

Hainlein [Heinlein, Hainla].

Hainlein [Heinlein], Paul [Paulus]

Hair, Graham

Haiti.

Haitink, Bernard (Johan Herman)

Haizinger [Haitzinger], Anton

Hajdu, André

Hajdu, Mihály

Hajibeyov [Gadzhibekov], Sultan (Ismail)

Hajibeyov [Gadzhibekov], Uzeir (Abdul Huseyn)

Hajiyev [Gadzhiyev], Akhmet (Jevdet Ismail)

Haka, Richard

Håkanson, Knut (Algot)

Hakart, Carel [Carolus].

Hake [Hacke], John

Hakenberger, Andrzej (Andreas)

Hakim, Naji

Hakim, Talib-Rasul [Chambers, Stephen Alexander]

Hakobian, Levon Hovhannesovich

Hakola, Kimmo

Hakopian [Akopyan, Hakobian], Levon Khovhannesovich

Halaczinsky, Rudolf

Halary.

Halbe-Note

Halbmond.

Halbschluss

Halbton

Halbtriller

Hale, Binnie [Hale-Monro, Beatrice Mary]

Hale, Philip

Hale, Robert

Hales, Robert

Halévy, (Jacques-François-)Fromental(-Elie) [Fromentin(-Elias)]

Haley, Bill [William John Clifton]

Half-cadence.

Half-dimininished seventh chord.

Half-fall.

Halffter.

Half-note.

Halfpenny, Eric

Half step.

Halifax (i).

Halifax (ii).

Halil

Halim, M.

Halíř, Karel [Halir, Karl]

Hall, D(avid) C.

Hall, Elsie (Maud Stanley)

Hall, (Alexander) Ernest

Hall, Frederick Douglass

Hall, Henry (i)

Hall, Henry (Robert) (ii)

Hall, John

Hall, Marie

Hall, Pauline

Hall, Sir Peter (Reginald Frederick)

Hall, Richard

Hall, Thomas S.

Hall, William

Hallart [Allard], Michel

Hallberg, Bengt

Halle.

Halle, Adam de la.

Hallé, Sir Charles [Halle, Carl]

Hallel

Hallelujah.

Hallén, (Johannes) Andreas

Hallé Orchestra.

Haller, Hans Peter

Haller, Hermann

Haller, Jan

Hallgrímsson, Hafliði

Halling [parhalling].

Hallis, Adolph

Hallmann, Paul

Hallnäs, (Johan) Hilding

Hallström, Ivar Christian

Hallyday [Halliday], Johnny [Smet, Jean-Philippe]

Halm, August Otto

Halpern, Ida

Hals (i).

Hals (ii)

Halstead, Anthony

Haltenberger, Bernhard [Johann Nikolaus] [Montenelli, Bernardo]

Halvorsen, Johan (August)

Hamal.

Hamari, Julia

Hambacher, Josefa.

Hambarcumian, Ofelia

Hambourg [Hamburg].

Hambraeus, Bengt

Hamburg.

Hamburg, Jeff

Hamburger, Paul

Hamburger, Povl

Hamburger Cithrinchen

Hamdaouia, Hajja

Hämeenniemi, Eero

Hamel, Margarete.

Hamel, Marie-Pierre

Hamel, Peter Michael

Hamelin, Marc-André

Hamelle.

Hamerik [Hammerich].

Hamidov, Abdurahim

Hamilton [née Barlow], Lady Catherine

Hamilton, David (Blair)

Hamilton, David (Peter)

Hamilton, Iain (Ellis)

Hamilton, Newburgh

Hamlisch, Marvin (Frederick)

Hamm, Charles (Edward)

Hamman, Johann [Hertzog]

Hammer-Orgelbau.

Hammerich, Angul.

Hammerich, Asger.

Hammerschlag, János

Hammerschmidt [Hammerschmid, Hammerschmied], Andreas

Hammerstein, Oscar, I

Hammerstein, Oscar (Greeley Clendenning), II

Hammerstein, Reinhold

Hammond, Frederick (Fisher)

Hammond, Dame Joan (Hood)

Hammond, John (Henry, jr)

Hammond, Philip (Alexander)

Hammond, Richard

Hammond organ.

Hampel [Hampl, Hampla, Humple], Anton Joseph

Hampel, Hans [Jean, Giovanni, Jan]

Hampshire [Hamshere], Richard

Hampson, Denis.

Hampson, (Walter) Thomas

Hampton, John

Hampton, Lionel [Hamp]

Hamshere, Richard.

Hamuli, ‘Abdu al-.

Han [Hahn], Ulrich [Gallus, Udalricus]

Hanart [Anart, Henart], Martin

Hanboys [Hauboys], John

Hancke, Karl.

Hancke [Hanke], Martin

Hancock, Gerre

Hancock, Herbie [Herbert Jeffrey]

Handbell

Handel [Händel, Hendel], George Frideric [Georg Friederich]

Handel and Haydn Society.

Handel Commemoration.

Handelius, Jacobus.

Handel societies.

Handford, George

Handglocke

Handharmonika

Hand horn

Handke, Mořic.

Handl [Gallus, Händl, Handelius], Jacobus [Jacob, Jakob]

Handley, Vernon

Handlo, Robert de.

Hand organ.

Hand piano.

Handschin, Jacques (Samuel)

Handstück

Handy, W(illiam) C(hristopher)

Handzt'a [Khandzta], Gregory [Grigol] of

Hanelle, Jean

Hanet, Jean-Baptiste.

Hanff, Johann Nicolaus [Nikolaus]

Hangal, Gangubai

Hängende Traktur

Hanke [Hancke], Karl

Hanke, Martin.

Hanlon, Kevin (Francis)

Hann, Georg

Hannay, Roger (Durham)

Hannikainen.

Hannover

Hannreither, Erasmus.

Hanon, Charles-Louis

Hanot, François

Hanover

Hanover Band.

Hanover Square Rooms.

Hänsel, Peter

Hänselt, (Georg Martin) Adolf (von).

Hansen.

Hansen, Finn Egeland

Hansen-Eidé, Kaja Andrea Karoline.

Hans Jacob von Mailandt.

Hanslick, Eduard

Hanson, Howard (Harold)

Hanson, Raymond Charles

Hanson, Sten (Håkan)

Hanson-Dyer, Louise.

Hanssens.

Hänssler.

Hans von Basel.

Hans von Bronsart.

Hans von Wurms.

Hanták, František

Hantke [Handke], Mořic

Hantzsch, Andreas

Hantzsch, Georg

Hanuš, Jan

Happy Mondays, the.

Hapsburg.

Haquinius, Johan Algot

Hara, Kazuko

Harahap [Oe'Harahap], Irwansyah

Harant z Polžic a Bezdružic, Kryštof

Harapi, Tonin

Harašta, Milan

Haraszti, Emil

Harbison, John

Harburg, E(dgar) Y(ipsel) [Yip] [Hochberg, Isidore]

Hard, Johann Daniel.

Hardanger fiddle [Harding fiddle]

Hard bop.

Hardebeck, Carl

Hardel [Hardelle, Hardelles, Ardel].

Hardelot, Guy d’ [Rhodes (née Guy), Helen M.]

Hardenberger, Håkan

Harder, August

Harding, Daniel

Harding, James [Harden, Jeames]

Hardingfele [hardingfela]

Hardouin, Henri

Hardouin, Pierre(-Jean)

Hard rock.

Hardt [Hard, Hart], Johann Daniel

Hare.

Harelava, Halina Kanstantsinawna

Harelbecanus, Sigerus Paul

Harepa.

Harewood, 7th Earl of [Lascelles, George Henry Hubert]

Harfa (i)

Harfa (ii).

Harfenett

Harfen-Zither

Harich-Schneider, Eta

Harington, Henry

Harjanne, Jouko

Harline, Leigh

Harman, Carter

Harmat, Artúr

Harmonia (i)

Harmonia (ii).

Harmonia Mundi.

Harmonica (i) [mouth organ]

Harmonica (ii).

Harmonic degree.

Harmonichord.

Harmonic rhythm.

Harmonics.

Harmonic seventh.

Harmonie (i)

Harmonie (ii)

Harmonie Gesellschaft

Harmonielehre

Harmoniemusik.

Harmonika.

Harmonium.

Harmony

Harmony box.

Harmony of the spheres.

Harmony Society [Harmonie Gesellschaft].

Harms.

Harms, Johann Oswald

Harness bells.

Harney, Ben(jamin) R(obertson)

Harnick, Sheldon.

Harnisch, Otto Siegfried

Harnoncourt, Nikolaus

Harp

Harpe d’Eole [harpe éolienne]

Harpégé

Harpègement

Harpe pointue

Harper.

Harper, Edward (James)

Harper, Heather (Mary)

Harper, Thomas

Harp-guitar.

Harpichordo.

Harp-lute (i).

Harp-lute (ii).

Harp-lyre.

Harp-piano [keyed harp].

Harpsichord

Harpsichord-piano.

Harp stop.

Harp Ventura.

Harp way.

Harp zither [guitar zither]

Harrán, Don [Hersh, Donald Lee]

Harrell, Lynn (Morris)

Harrell, Mack

Harrer, (Johann) Gottlob

Harries, David

Harrington, Henry.

Harris.

Harris, Sir Augustus (Henry Glossop)

Harris, Charles K(assel)

Harris, Clement (Hugh Gilbert)

Harris, Ellen T(urner)

Harris, Emmylou

Harris, James

Harris, John

Harris, Joseph

Harris, Murray M.

Harris, Ross (Talbot)

Harris, Roy [LeRoy] (Ellsworth)

Harris, Sir William H(enry)

Harrison.

Harrison, Beatrice

Harrison, Frank [Francis] Llewelyn

Harrison, G(eorge) Donald

Harrison, Hazel (Lucile)

Harrison, Jonty [Douglas Jonathan Taylor]

Harrison, Julius (Allan Greenway)

Harrison, Lou (Silver)

Harrison, May

Harrison, Samuel

Harrison [née Riley], Susie [Susan] Frances [King, G(ilbert) R.]

Harrison, William

Harrison & Harrison.

Harriss, Charles (Albert Edwin)

Harrisson, Thomas.

Harrogate.

Harrop, Sarah.

Harry Fox Agency.

Harsányi, Tibor

Harsdörffer [Harsdörfer], Georg Philipp

Harshaw, Margaret

Harst, Coelestin

Hart.

Hart, Andro

Hart, Fritz (Bennicke)

Hart, James

Hart, Johann Daniel.

Hart, Lorenz (Milton)

Hart, Philip

Härtel.

Harter Einsatz

Harth, Sidney

Hartig, Franz Christian

Hartke, Stephen (Paul)

Hartker Antiphoner

Hartknoch.

Hartmann.

Hartmann, Christian Karl [Saxon, Christian Karl; de Saxe, Chrétien-Charles]

Hartmann, Georges [Romain-Jean-François]

Hartmann, Heinrich

Hartmann, Karl Amadeus

Hartmann, Rudolf

Hartmann, Thomas (Alexandrovich de) [Gartmann, Toma Aleksandrovich]

Hartmann von Aue [Hartmann von Ouwe, Meister Hartman]

Hartog, Eduard [Isaac] de

Harton, Andrea.

Harton, Michielle.

Hartung, Johannes [Hans]

Hartung, Michael [Harton, Michielle]

Härtwig, Dieter

Harty, Sir (Herbert) Hamilton

Harvey, Jonathan (Dean)

Harvey, Mary.

Harwood, Basil

Harwood, Elizabeth (Jean)

Harwood, Ian

Harzanish.

Harzebsky, Adam.

Hasan ibn Ahmad [al-Kātib], al-

Hasard, John

Hase, Georg.

Hase [Haase], Wolfgang

Haselbach, Josef

Haselböck, Hans

Haselböck, Martin

Hasenknopf, Sebastian

Hasidism.

Haskil, Clara

Haslemere Festival.

Haslinger.

Haslmayr, Adam

Hasoserah.

Hasprois [Asproys, de Haspre, de Haspra, de Aspre, Haprose], Johannes Symonis [Jehan Simon]

Hass [Haas, Hasse, Hase, Hasch].

Hass, Georg.

Hass, Peter.

Hasse [Hesse, Hassen, Hass].

Hasse, Faustina.

Hasse, Karl

Hasselbeck, Rosa.

Hassell, Jon

Hasselmans.

Hassen.

Hassid, Josef

Hassler.

Hässler, Johann Wilhelm

Hassler, Simon

Hastings, Thomas

Hasz [Hase, Hass, Haass], Georg

Hataš [Hatasch, Hattasch, Hatass].

Hatašová, Anna Franziska.

Hatch, Tony

Hatrík, Juraj

Hattian music.

Hatto episcopus Trecensis.

Hatton, Sir Christopher

Hatton, John Liptrot

Hattori, Kōzō

Hatze, Josip

Hatzfeld.

Hatzotzerot

Haubenstock-Ramati, Roman

Haubiel [Pratt], Charles (Trowbridge)

Hauck, Justus

Haucourt [Altacuria, de Alte curie], Johannes [Jehan de Hancour]

Haudek [Haudeck, Houdek], Carl [Karel]

Haudlo, Robert de.

Haueisen, Wolfgang [Wilhelm] Nicolaus

Hauer, Josef Matthias

Hauf, Carlous von der.

Haug, Halvor

Haug, Hans

Haugk, Virgilius

Haugland, Aage

Hauk, Günther

Hauk, Minnie [Hauck, Amalia Mignon]

Hauksson, Thorsteinn

Haultemant, Nicolas.

Haulteterre.

Haulteterre [Hauteterre, Hotteterre], Elisabeth de

Haultin, Jérôme

Haultin, Pierre

Haunreuther, Erasmus.

Hauptdreiklang

Hauptklang

Hauptmann, Moritz

Hauptsatz

Hauptstimme

Haupttonarten

Hauptwerk

Hauricq [Haurkus], Damianus.

Hausa music.

Hausegger, Siegmund von

Hauser.

Häuser, Johann Ernst

Hauser [Houser], William

Hausmann, Robert

Hausmusik

Hausorgel

Hausse

Haussermann, John (William)

Hausskeller, Simon.

Häussler, Gustaw Adolf Paweł

Haussmann [Haussman, Hausmannus, Husmannus, Husmanus], Valentin

Hausswald, Günter

Hauta-Aho, Teppo

Hautbois (i)

Hautbois (ii)

Hautbois baryton

Hautbois d’amour

Hautbois d'église.

Hautbois de Poitou

Hautbois pastoral

Hautboist (i)

Hautboist (ii)

Hautboy (i).

Hautboy (ii).

Hautcousteaux, Arthur.

Haut-dessus

Haute [Hawte], Sir William

Haute-contre

Haute-contre de hautbois

Hauteterre [Hauterre].

Hauteterre [Hauterre], Elisabeth de.

Hautman, Nicolas.

Hauville, Antoine de

Havana

Havas, Kato

Havelka, Svatopluk

Havergal, William Henry

Havericq [Haverick, Hauricq, Hauricqz, Haurkus], Damien [Damianus]

Havestadt (Hosfelman), Bernhard [Bernardo]

Haville, Adriano.

Havingha, Gerhardus

Havrylets', Hanna Oleksiïvna

Hawaii [Hawai‘i].

Hawaiian guitar [lap steel guitar, steel guitar].

Haward.

Hawdon, Matthias

Haweis, Hugh Reginald

Hawel, Jan Wincenty

Hawes, Maria.

Hawes, William (i)

Hawes, William (ii).

Hawil, Adriano.

Hawker, Peter

Hawkes & Son.

Hawkins, Coleman (Randolph) [Bean, Hawk]

Hawkins, James

Hawkins, Sir John (i)

Hawkins, John (ii)

Hawkins, John Isaac

Hawlata, Franz

Hawte, William.

Hawthorne, Alice.

Hawthorne [Hathorne], Nathaniel

Haxby, Thomas

Haxthausen, August (Franz Ludwig Maria) Freiherr von

Hay, Edward Norman

Hayasaka, Fumio

Hayashi, Hikaru

Hayashi [Nagaya], Kenzō

Hayden, George

Haydn, (Franz) Joseph

Haydn, (Johann) Michael

Haydn Society.

Haydon, Glen

Hayes.

Hayes, Catherine

Hayes, Isaac

Hayes, Roland

Hayl [Hail].

Hayland, Petrus.

Haym, Nicola Francesco

Hayman, Richard (Warren)

Haymo [Ammonius] of Faversham

Hayn, Gabriel

Hayne [Heyne], Gilles [Hennio, Aegidio; Ennio, Aegidio; Hennius, Aegidius]

Haynes, Bruce

Haynes, William S(herman)

Hayne [Ayne, Haine, Heyne, Scoen Hayne] van Ghizeghem [Ghiseghem]

Hayrapetian, Eduard Grigori

Hays, Sorrel [Doris] (Ernestine)

Hayton, Lennie [Leonard] (George)

Haywood [Cibulsky], Charles

Hazen.

Heaburn, Ferdinando.

Head, Michael (Dewar)

Headington, Christopher (John Magenis)

Head-motif

Healey, Derek

Heaney, Joe [Seosamh Ó hÉanaí/hÉiniú]

He Anqing.

Heap, Charles Swinnerton

Hearing and psychoacoustics.

Heartz, Daniel

Heath, John (i)

Heath, John (ii)

Heath, (George) Ted [Edward]

Heather, William.

Heavy metal.

Hebden, John

Hebenstreit, Michael

Hebenstreit [Hebestreitt], Pantaleon

Hebran.

Hecht, Andrew [Andreas]

Hecht, Edward [Eduard]

Heck, John Casper

Heckel (i).

Heckel (ii).

Heckel, Wolff [Wolf]

Heckel-clarina.

Heckelphone.

Heckelphone-clarinet.

Heckmann, Harald

Heckscher [née Massey], Celeste de Longpré

Hecyrus, Christoph.

Hedges, Anthony (John)

Hedstrøm, Åse

Hedwall, Lennart

Heel.

Heenan, Ashley (David Joseph)

Heer, Johannes

Heermann, Hugo

Heermann, Johannes

Heerup, Gunnar

Heffe, Alphonse d'.

Hegar, Friedrich

Hegdal, Magne

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich

Heger, Robert

Hegyi, Erzsébet.

Heibel, Jacob.

Heidegger, John Jacob [Johann Jakob]

Heidelberg.

Heiden.

Heiden, Bernhard

Heider, Werner

Heidsieck, Eric

Heifetz, Jascha

Heighington, Musgrave

Heighted.

Heije, Jan Pieter

Heiller, Anton

Heilmann, Uwe

Heina, François-Joseph

Heindl, Franz Sebastian.

Heindorf, Ray

Heine, (Samuel) Friedrich

Heine, Heinrich [Harry]

Heinefetter.

Heinen, Jeannot [Jean-Baptiste Heinen]

Heinichen, Johann David

Heininen, Paavo (Johannes)

Heiniö, Mikko (Kyösti)

Heinisch, József [Joseph]

Heinitz, Wilhelm

Heinlein.

Heinlein [Funcke], Federico

Heinlein, Paul.

Heinrich, Anthony Philip [Anton Philipp]

Heinrich, Nikolaus.

Heinrichshofen.

Heinrich von Augsburg.

Heinrich von Meissen.

Heinrich von Morungen

Heinrich von Ofterdingen

Heinrich von Veldeke.

Heinricus de Libero Castro.

Heinroth, Johann August Günther

Heinse [Heintze], (Johann Jakob) Wilhelm

Heinsheimer, Hans (Walter)

Heinsius, (Michaël) Ernest(us)

Heinsius, Peter

Heintz [Heintze], Wolff [Wolfgang]

Heintze, Gustaf (Hjalmar)

Heintze, Wilhelm.

Heinz, Jerome.

Heinze, Sir Bernard (Thomas)

Heinze, Gustav Adolph

Heirmologion [hirmologion]

Heise, Peter (Arnold)

Heisig, Wolfgang

Heiss, Hermann

Heisser, Jean-François

Heitmann, Fritz

Heitor, Luiz.

Hejnał mariacki

Heldentenor

Helder [Helderus], Bartholomäus

Heldy, Fanny [Deceuninck, Marguerite Virginia Emma Clémentine]

Hèle, George de la.

Helfer, Charles d’ [Delfert, Dhelfer, d’Helfert, d’Helpher]

Helfert, Vladimír

Helferting van Wewen, Franz.

Helffer, Claude

Helgason, Hallgrímur

Helicon

Helisachar [Elisagarus]

Hell, Theodor.

Hellawell, Piers

Hellendaal, Pieter [Pietro, Petrus, Peter]

Heller, Barbara

Heller, Joachim [Hellerus Leucopetraeus]

Heller, Johann Kilian

Heller, Karl (Wilhelm)

Heller, Stanislav

Heller, Stephen [István]

Hellermann, William (David)

Hellerus Leucopetraeus.

Hellinck, Lupus [Wulfaert]

Hellmann, Maximilian Joseph

Hellmesberger.

Hellmesberger Quartet.

Hellwig, Karl (Friedrich) Ludwig

Helm, E(rnest) Eugene

Helm, Everett (Burton)

Helm, Rupert [Franz]

Helm, Theodor Otto

Helman(-Bednarczyk), Zofia

Helmbold, Ludwig

Helmer, Axel (Erik)

Helmholtz, Hermann (Ludwig Ferdinand) von

Helmholtz resonator.

Helmont, Adrien Joseph van.

Helmont, Charles Joseph van.

Helmore, Thomas

Helms, Hans G(ünter)

Helps, Robert (Eugene)

Helsingfors

Helsinki

Heltay, László (István)

He Luting [He Anqing]

Helwerding van Wewen, Franz.

Hely, Benjamin

Hely, Cuthbert

Hely-Hutchinson, (Christian) Victor (Noel Hope)

Hemart [Heniart], Jean

Hemberg, (Bengt Sven) Eskil

Hemel, Oscar van

Hemel, Sigmund.

Hémen.

Hemidemisemiquaver

Hemiola [hemiolia]

Hemitonic.

Hemitonium

Hemke, Frederick (LeRoy)

Hemmel [Hemel, Haemel], Sigmund

Hemmerlein.

Hemony.

Hempel, Charles William

Hempel, Frieda

Hempson, Celeste.

Hempson [Hampson, O'Hampsey], Denis

Hemsch, Henri [Jean-Henri; Johannes Heinrich Hembsch]

Hemsi (Chicurel), Alberto

Hemsley, Thomas

Hen, Ferdinand Joseph de.

Henck, Herbert

Hencke [Henke], Johann

Henderson, Fletcher (Hamilton jr) [Smack]

Henderson, Joe [Joseph A.]

Henderson, Moya

Henderson, Ray [Brost, Raymond]

Henderson, Roy (Galbraith)

Henderson, William James

Hendl, Walter

Hendricks, Barbara

Hendrik [Heinrich, Heynrijck] van Veldeke [Veldeken, von Veldeke]

Hendrix, Jimi [Johnny Allen; James Marshall]

Heneker, David

Henestrosa, Luis Venegas de.

Henke, Johann.

Henkel.

Henkemans, Hans

Henle.

Henneberg, Johann Baptist

Henneman, Ig

Hennio, Aegidio [Hennius, Aegidius].

Henri III, Duke of Brabant

Henrici, Christian Friedrich [Picander]

Henrician Partbooks

Henricus.

Henricus [Heinrich], Nikolaus

Henricus de Zeelandia

Henricus Helene [Helayne]

Henricus of [Heinrich von] Augsburg

Henrion, Paul [Henri Charlemagne]

Henriot-Schweitzer, Nicole

Henriques, (Valdemar) Fini

Héritte, Louise.

Henry VIII, King of England

Henry, Didier

Henry, Jehan [le jeune]

Henry, Joseph

Henry, Michel.

Henry, Pierre

Henschel, Sir (Isidor) George [Georg]

Henschel, Jane

Hensel, Fanny.

Hensel, Heinrich

Henselt, (Georg Martin) Adolf (von)

Henstridge, Daniel

Hentoff, Nat(han Irving)

Henze, Hans Werner

Hepokoski, James A(rnold)

Heppener, Robert

Heppner, Ben

Heptachord

Heptatonic.

Heptinstall, John

Heracles

Herbage, Julian (Livingston-)

Herbain [first name unknown], Chevalier d’

Herbart, Johann Friedrich

Herbeck, Johann Ritter von

Herberigs, Robert

Herbert, Edward, Lord of Cherbury and Castle Island

Herbert [Harbert], George

Herbert, Victor (August)

Herbig, Günther

Herbing, August Bernhard Valentin

Herbst [Autumnus], Johann Andreas

Herbst, Johannes

Hercenstein, Matteo.

Herchet, Jörg (Willi)

Hercigonja, Nikola

Hercules.

Herdenglocken

Herder, Johann Gottfried

Heredi, Francesco.

Heredia, Pedro (de) [Eredia, Pietro]

Heredia, Sebastián Aguilera de.

Hereford.

Heremita, Giulio.

Herger.

Hergot [Herrgott], Hans

Hergot [Hergotin], Kunegunde

Herier [Erier], Thomas

Heriger.

Herigerus [Hériger]

Herincx, Raimund [Raymond] (Frederick)

Hérissant, Jehan [Johannes, ?Joseph]

Her Majesty’s Theatre.

Herman, Andrew.

Herman, Jerry [Gerald]

Herman, Nicolaus [Niklas]

Herman, Vasile

Herman, Woody [Herman, Woodrow Charles Thomas]

Hermann of Carinthia [Hermannus Dalmata, Hermannus Sclavus, Hermannus Secundus]

Hermannus Contractus [Hermann der Lahme, Hermann von Reichenau]

Hermannus Dalmata [Sclavus; Secundus].

Hermann von Reichenau.

Hermans, Willem [Guglielmo]

Hermanson, Åke

Herman the Monk of Salzburg.

Hermanus de Atrio

Hermelink, Siegfried

Hermeneutics

Hermes.

Hermstedt, (Johann) Simon

Hernandes, Pedro.

Hernández (Gonzalo), Gisela

Hernández, Julio Alberto

Hernández, Rafael

Hernández Balaguer, Pablo

Hernández López, Rhazés

Hernández Moncada, Eduardo

Hernández Salces, Pablo

Hernando (y Palomar), Rafael (José María)

Hernried, Robert (Franz Richard)

Herold [Hérold], (Louis Joseph) Ferdinand

Herold [Heroldt], Johannes

Herold, Vilhelm Kristoffer

Hero of Alexandria.

Heroux, Franz (Ignaz Xaver)

Herpol [Herpoll, Herpolitanus], Homer [Homerus]

Herrad of Landsberg

Herrando, Joseph de

Herra Rodríguez, Luis Diego

Herrer [Herrerius], Michael

Herrera, Juan de

Herrera, Martín Gómez de.

Herrera, Tomás de

Herrerius, Michael.

Herresthal, Harald

Herreweghe, Philippe

Herrgott, Hans.

Herrgott, Kunegunde

Herrick, Christopher

Herrmann, Bernard

Herrmann, Gottfried

Herrmann, Hugo

Herrmann, Jakob Zeugheer.

Herrmann, Karl-Ernst

Hersant, Philippe

Herschel, Sir William [Friedrich Wilhelm]

Herschkowitz, Philip [Herşcovici, Filip; Gershkovich, Filip]

Herşcovici, Philipp.

Hersee, Rose

Herseth, Adolph

Hert

Hertel.

Hertman, Corneille

Hertz (Hz).

Hertz, Alfred

Hertz, Michał

Hertzmann, Erich

Hertzmann [Gertsman], Yevgeny Vladimirovich

Hertzog.

Hervé [Ronger, Florimond]

Hervé, Paul.

Hervelois, Louis de Caix d’.

Hervey, Arthur

Hervig, Richard B(ilderback)

Hervortretend

Herwart [Hörwart], Johann Heinrich

Herz, Daniel

Herz, Gerhard

Herz, Henri [Heinrich]

Herz, Joachim

Herzmansky, Bernhard.

Herzog, Benedictus.

Herzog, Eduard

Herzog, George

Herzog, Johann Georg

Herzogenberg, (Leopold) Heinrich (Picot de Peccaduc), Freiherr von

Heš, Vilém [Hesch, Wilhelm]

Hesbert, René-Jean

Hesch, Wilhelm.

Hesdin, (Nicolle des Celliers de)

Heseltine, James.

Heseltine, Philip.

Heses

Hesiod

Hesitation waltz.

Hesletine, James

Hesperinos

Hespèrion XX.

Hespos, Hans-Joachim

Hess, Joachim

Hess, Marjorie Ann.

Hess, Dame Myra

Hess, Willy (i)

Hess, Willy (ii)

Hesse.

Hesse, Adolf Friedrich

Hesse, Ernst Christian

Hesse, Johann Heinrich

Hessenberg, Kurt

Heterophony

Heteš, Jan.

Hets [Khets].

Hetsch, (Karl) Ludwig Friedrich [Louis]

Hettisch, Johann.

Heuberger, Richard (Franz Joseph)

Heudelinne [Heudeline], Louis

Heugel.

Heugel, Johannes

Heurteur, Guillaume (le).

Heuschkel, Johann Peter

Heuss, Alfred (Valentin)

Heuzenroeder, Moritz

Heve, Alphonse d’.

Heward, Leslie (Hays)

Hewitt, Angela (Mary)

Hewitt, Helen (Margaret)

Hewitt, James

Hewitt, John Hill

Hexachord

Hexatonic.

Hexenscheit

He Xuntian

Hey.

Hey, Julius

Heyborne, Ferdinando.

Heyde, Herbert

Heyden.

Heyer, (Friedrich) Wilhelm (Ferdinand)

Heylanus, Petrus.

Heymann, Werner Richard

Heyn, Volker

Heyne, Gilles.

Heyns, Cornelius

Heyther [Heather], William

Heywood, John

Heyworth, Peter

He Zhanhao

Hibbard, William (Alden)

Hibeh musical papyrus.

Hibernian Catch Club.

Hibernicon.

Hichiriki.

Hickford’s Room.

Hickmann, Ellen

Hickmann, Hans (Robert Hermann)

Hickox, Richard (Sidney)

Hickson, William Edward

Hidalgo, Elvira de

Hidalgo, Gutierre Fernández.

Hidalgo, Juan

Hidalgo (Codorniú), Juan (ii)

Hidalgo, Manuel

Hidas, Frigyes

Hidden fifths, hidden octaves [covered fifths, covered octaves].

Hiefhorn

HIER.S [Hie.s, Hiero.s].

Hier, Ethel Glenn

Hieronimus de Zentis Viterbiensis.

Hieronymus.

Hieronymus Bononiensis [Jerome of Bologna]

Hieronymus de Moravia [Hieronymus Moravus, Jerome of Moravia, Jerome of Moray]

Hierosolymites, Andrew.

Hifthorn

Higginbottom, Edward

Higgins, Dick [Richard Carter]

Higgins [Higons, Higgons, Hyggyn, Hyggyns], Edward

Higgins, Paula (Marie)

Higginson, Henry Lee

High boy.

Highlife.

High mass.

Higons, Richard.

Higuchi, Ryūichi

Hi-hat [high-hat, high boy, choke cymbals, sock cymbals, Charleston machine].

Hiil [Khiil].

Hijāzī, Salāma.

Hikmatov, Kudrat

Hilaire.

Hilarius.

Hilarius Pictavensis.

Hilary of Poitiers [Hilarius Pictavensis]

Hildebrand.

Hildebrand [Hildebrandt], Johann

Hildebrand, Johann Heinrich.

Hildebrandt [Hildebrand].

Hildebrandt, Johann.

Hildegard of Bingen

Hiles, Henry

Hiley, David

Hilferding van Wewen, Franz.

Hilfsklang

Hilfslinie

Hilfsnote

Hi-life.

Hill (i).

Hill (ii).

Hill, Alfred (Francis)

Hill, David (Neil)

Hill, Edward Burlingame

Hill, Henry

Hill, Jackson

Hill, John Walter

Hill, Karl

Hill, Martyn

Hill, Norman & Beard.

Hill, Peter

Hill, Richard S(ynyer)

Hill, Roger

Hill, Stanley.

Hill, Ureli Corelli

Hill, Uri [Ureli] K(eeler)

Hillanis [Yllianis, de Yllanes, de Lannis, de Lyanas, de Aragonia], Johannes

Hillbilly music.

Hillborg, (Per) Anders

Hille, Johann Georg

Hillemacher, Lucien Joseph Edouard.

Hillemacher, Paul Joseph Guillaume

Hillemacher, Paul-Lucien.

Hiller, Ferdinand (von)

Hiller, Friedrich Adam

Hiller, Johann Adam

Hiller, Lejaren (Arthur)

Hiller, Wilfried

Hilliard Ensemble.

Hillis, Margaret

Hill Smith, Marilyn

Hilmar, František (Matěj)

Hilton, John (i)

Hilton, John (ii)

Hilverding [Helferting, Helwerding, Hilferding] van Wewen, Franz (Anton Christoph)

Hime.

Hīmeni [hīmene, īmene, imene].

Himmel, Friedrich Heinrich

Hindemith, Paul

Hindustani music.

Hine, William

Hines, Earl (Kenneth) [Earl Fatha, Fatha]

Hines [Heinz], Jerome (Albert Link)

Hingeston [Hingston], John

Hinner, Philipp Joseph

Hinners.

Hinrichs, Gustav

Hinrichsen.

Hinsz [Hinsch, Hins, Hintz, etc.], Albert Anthoni

Hintergrund

Hintersatz

Hintz [Hinsch], Ewaldt

Hintze, Jacob

Hintze Manuscript

Hip hop.

Hipkins, Alfred (James)

Hirano, Kenji

Hirao, Kishio

Hirmologion [hirmologium].

Hirokami, Jun'ichi

Hirose, Ryōhei

Hirsau, William of.

Hirsch, Abraham

Hirsch, Leonard

Hirsch, Paul (Adolf)

Hirschbach, Herrmann

Hirsemenzel, Lebrecht.

Hirtenlied

His

Hisis

Hislop, Joseph

His Majesty’s Theatre.

Hisnauius, Christoph [Johann].

Hispanic chant.

Hispaniola.

Historia.

Historical Research Center.

Historic Brass Society.

Historiography.

Hita, Antonio Rodríguez de.

Hita, Arcipreste de.

Hitchcock.

Hitchcock, H(ugh) Wiley

Hitch-pin.

Hittite music.

Hitzenauer [Hisnauius], Christoph [Johann]

Hitzler, Daniel

Hlobil, Emil

Hlushchanka, Hesrhy Syamyonavich.

Hnilička, Alois

Ho(un), Fred

Hoberecht, John Lewis.

Hoboe

Hoboken, Anthony van

Hobrecht, Jacob.

Hoch, Francesco

Hochberg, Hans Heinrich XIV, Bolko Graf von

Hochbrucker [Hochprugger].

Hochet

Hochetus

Hochfeder, Kasper

Hochprugger.

Hochquintfagott

Hochreiter, Joseph Balthasar

Hocket

Höckh, Carl

Hockland, Robert.

Hoddinott, Alun

Hodeir, André

Hodemont [Hoedemont], Léonard (Collet) de

Hodges, Edward

Hodges, Faustina Hasse

Hodges, Johnny [Hodge, John(ny); Hodge, Cornelius; Jeep; Rabbit]

Hodgson [Hudgson, Hudson; née Dyer], Mary

Hodzyats'ky [Godzyats'ky], Vitaly Oleksiyovych

Hoeberechts [Hoberecht], John Lewis

Hoedemont, Léonard de.

Hoedown.

Høeg, Carsten

Hoenderdos, Margriet

Hoepner [Höpner], Stephan

Hoerburger, Felix

Hoérée, Arthur (Charles Ernest)

Hoeven [Hoffen, Houen, Houven, Hoven, Howen], Carl van der [Hauf, Carolus von der; Hofen, Carolus von der]

Hof, Nickel von.

Hofacker, Andreas.

Hofen, Carolus von der.

Hofer [Hoffer], Andreas

Hofer, Josepha.

Høffding, (Niels) Finn

Hoffen, Carl van der.

Hoffer, Andreas.

Höffer, Paul

Höffgen, Marga

Hoffhaimer, Paul.

Höffler, Konrad

Hoffman, E(lisha) A(lbright)

Hoffman [Hoffmann, Hofman, Hofmann], François-Benoît(-Henri)

Hoffman, Gustav.

Hoffman, Richard

Hoffmann.

Hoffmann, Bruno

Hoffmann, Ede [Eduard].

Hoffmann, E(rnst) T(heodor) A(madeus) [Ernst Theodor Willhelm]

Hoffmann [Hofmann], Eucharius

Hoffmann, Gerhard

Hoffmann, Johann

Hoffmann [Hofman], Max

Hoffmann, Melchior

Hoffmann, Richard

Hoffmann-Erbrecht, Lothar

Hoffmann von Fallersleben, August Heinrich

Hoffmeister, Franz Anton

Hoffnung, Gerard

Hoffstetter, Johann Urban Alois

Hoffstetter, Roman

Hofhaimer [Hofhaymer, Hoffhaimer, Hoffheimer, Hofhamer], Paul [Paulus, Meister Pauls]

Hofkapelle

Hoflied.

Hofman, Srdjan

Hofmann, Eucharius.

Hofmann, Heinrich (Karl Johann)

Hofmann, Josef (Casimir) [Józef Kazimierz; Dvorsky, Michel]

Hofmann, Kazimierz [Casimir]

Hofmann, Leopold

Hofmannsthal, Hugo von

Hofmans, Mathijs

Hofmeister, Friedrich

Hofmeyr, Hendrik Pienaar

Hoftanz

Hofweise.

Hogarth, George

Hoger de Laon [Otger, Ogier]

Hog fiddle.

Hogwood, Christopher (Jarvis Haley)

Höherlegung

Hohlflöte [Hohlpfeife]

Hohmann, Christian Heinrich

Hohner.

Ho-hoane.

Hoiby, Lee

Höijer, Johan Leonard

Højsgaard, Erik

Hoket [hoketus].

Hol, Richard [Rijk]

Holan Rovenský, Václav Karel

Holbeck, Severin

Holborne, Antony [Anthony]

Holborne, William

Holbrooke, Joseph [Josef] (Charles)

Holcombe, Henry

Holden, John

Holden, Oliver

Holden, Smollet

Holder, William

Holdheim, Theodore

Holdich, George Maydwell

Hole, William

Holeček, Alfred

Holẹwa, Hans

Holiday, Billie [Fagan, Eleanora; Harris, Elinore; Lady Day]

Höll, Hartmut

Holl, Robert

Hollaender.

Holland.

Holland, Dave [David]

Holland, Dozier and Holland.

Holland, (Brian) James

Holland, Jan Dawid [Johann David]

Holland, Justin

Hollande, Jean de

Holländer, Alexis

Hollander [Hollandere, Hollandre], Christian [? Jean de Hollande]

Holländer, Frederick.

Holländer, Gustav.

Hollander, Sebastian.

Holländer, Victor.

Holland Festival.

Holler, (Georg) Augustin

Höller, Karl

Höller, York (Georg)

Holli, Andreas Franz.

Hollier, Donald Russell

Hollier, John.

Hollies, the.

Holliger, Heinz

Hollins, Alfred

Hollister.

Hollós, Máté

Holloway, John (Paul Kenneth)

Holloway, Robin (Greville)

Hollreiser, Heinrich

Holluigue, Jean de.

Hollweg, Werner

Holly, Andreas Franz.

Holly, Buddy [Holley, Charles Hardin]

Hollywood Bowl.

Hollywood String Quartet.

Holm, Peder

Holm, Richard

Holmamedov, Nury

Holman, Derek

Holman, Peter (Kenneth)

Holmboe, Vagn (Gylding)

Holme Pierrepont Opera Trust.

Holmes, Alfred

Holmès [Holmes], Augusta (Mary Anne)

Holmes, Edward

Holmes, George

Holmes, Henry

Holmes, John

Holmes, Ralph

Holmes, Thomas

Holmes, William Henry

Holocaust, music of the.

Holograph.

Holoman, D(allas) Kern

Holoubek, Ladislav

Holpijp

Holschneider, Andreas

Holst, Gustav(us Theodore von)

Holst, Henry

Holst, Imogen (Clare)

Holstein, Franz von

Hölszky, Adriana

Holt, John

Holt, Simeon ten

Holt, Simon

Holten, Bo (Halvdan)

Holter, Iver (Paul Fredrik)

Holthusius, Joannes

Holtkamp Organ Co.

Holzblocktrommel

Holtzner, Anton.

Holý, Alfred

Holý, Dušan

Holý, Ondřej František [Holly; Holli, Andreas Franz]

Holy, Walter

Holynborne

Holyoke, Samuel (Adams)

Holywell Music Room.

Holz

Holz, Karl

Holzbauer, Ignaz (Jakob)

Holzblock

Holzbogen, Johann [Joseph] Georg

Hölzel, Gustav

Holzharmonika

Holzhey [Holzhay].

Holzklapper

Holzknecht, Václav

Holzmair, Wolfgang

Holzmann, Abe [Abraham]

Holzmann, Rudolf [Rodolfo]

Holzner [Holtzner], Anton

Holztrompete (i)

Holztrompete (ii)

Homan, Charles.

Homberger, Paul

Homer.

Homer, Charlotte G.

Homer [née Beatty], Louise (Dilworth)

Homer, Sidney

Homeric hymns.

Homet, Louis

Homiliary

Homilius, Gottfried August

Hommann [Homan], Charles

Hommel [hummel, humle].

Homophony

Homorhythmic.

Homs (Oller), Joaquim

Honauer, Leontzi

Honcharenko, Viktor Viktorovich

Hondt, Cornelius de.

Hondt, Gheerkin [Gheraert] de.

Honduras.

Honegger, Arthur

Honegger, Marc

Höngen, Elisabeth

Hong Kong.

Hongroise

Honky tonk music.

Honnys, William.

Honolulu.

Honorio [Onori], Romualdo

Honterus [Honter], Johannes

Hood, Basil

Hood, George

Hood, Ki Mantle

Hoof, Jef Van

Hoofdwerk

Hooghuys.

Hook, James

Hooke, Robert

Hooker, John Lee [Delta John; John Lee Booker; Jonny Lee]

Hook harp.

Hook & Hastings.

Hooper, Edmund

Hooton, Florence

Hoover, Cynthia Adams

Hoover, Katherine

Hopak [gopak].

Hope-Jones, Robert

Hopekirk [Wilson], Helen

Hopf, Hans

Höpken, Arvid Niclas, Freiherr von

Hopkins, Antony

Hopkins, Asa

Hopkins, Bill [G(eorge) W(illiam)]

Hopkins, Edward (John)

Hopkins, (Charles) Jerome

Hopkins, John (Raymond)

Hopkins, Lightnin’ [Sam]

Hopkinson.

Hopkinson, Cecil

Hopkinson, Francis

Höpner, Stephan.

Hopp, Julius

Hopper [grasshopper, jack flyer, fly lever, flyer].

Hoppertanz

Hoppin, Richard H(allowell)

Hopwood & Crew.

Hoquet [hoquetus].

Hör, Clemens

Hora, Jan

Horace [Quintus Horatius Flaccus]

Horák, Josef

Horák, Václav [Wenzel] (Emanuel)

Hora lunga [doina, cântec lung].

Hora nona

Hora prima

Hora sexta

Hora tertia

Horbowski, Mieczysław Apolinary

Hordisch, Lucas

Horecki [Horetzky, Janowski, Yanowski], Feliks

Horenstein, Jascha

Horetzky, Feliks.

Horghanista de Florentia.

Horheim, Bernger von.

Horicius, Erasmus [Erasmus of Höritz]

Horký, Karel

Horlay

Hörmann, Johann Heinrich

Horn

Horn, Charles Edward

Horn, Charles Frederick [Karl Friedrich]

Horn, Johann Caspar

Horn, Karl Friedrich.

Horn band [Russian horn band].

Hornbostel, Erich M(oritz) von

Horne, David

Horne, Lena (Calhoun)

Horne, Marilyn (Bernice)

Horneman, Christian Frederik Emil

Horneman & Erslev.

Horner [Hörner], Thomas

‘Horn’ fifths

Horngacher, Maximilian

Hörnli

Hornpipe (i).

Hornpipe (ii).

Horologius, Alexander.

Horoszkiewicz, Andrzej

Horovitz, Joseph

Horowitz, Joseph

Horowitz, Richard (Michael) [Ztiworoh, Drahcir]

Horowitz, Vladimir

Horschitzky [Horschky, Horsitzky], Franz.

Horsley, Charles Edward

Horsley, Imogene

Horsley, William

Horst, Anthon van der

Horst, Louis

Horszowski, Mieczysław

Hortense (Eugénie de Beauharnais)

Horton, Jim

Horusitzky, Zoltán

Horvat, Milan

Horvat, Stanko

Hörwart, Johann Heinrich.

Horwood [Horwod, Horwode, Horwud], William

Horzizky [Horsitzky, Horschitzky, Horschky], Franz [Franziskus, Franciscus]

Hosanna.

Hoschna [Hoschner], Karl [Carl] L.

Hosenrolle

Hosha’not

Hosier, Richard

Hosokawa, Toshio

Hospitallers of St John of God [Barmherzige Brüder; Milosrdní bratří].

Hosseschrueders, Jan [Juan].

Hoste [L’Hoste, L’Osto, Oste] da Reggio [Torresano, Bartolomeo]

Hostinský, Otakar

Hoteterre [Hoterre].

Hothby [Hocby, Octobi, Ottobi, Otteby], John [Johannes]

Hotinet, Jean.

Hotman [Autheman, Haultemant, Hautman, Otteman], Nicolas

Hottentot music.

Hotter, Hans

Hotteterre [Haulteterre, Hauterre, Hauteterre, Hoteterre, Hoterre, Obterre, etc.].

Hotteterre, Elisabeth de.

Hottinger Collection.

Houbart, François-Henri

Houbfeldt [Houpfeld], Bernhard.

Houdard, Georges Louis

Houdek, Karel.

Houen, Carl van der.

Hough, Stephen

Hourglass drum.

Hours, Little.

Hours, Liturgy of the.

House.

House, Son [Eddie James, jr]

Housman, A(lfred) E(dward)

Housset, Pierre.

Houston.

Houston, Whitney

Houven, Carl van der.

Hove, Joachim van den

Hove, Peter van den.

Hoven, Carl van der.

Hoven, J.

Hovewise.

Hovhanesian, Edgar Sergeyi

Hovhaness [Hovaness], Alan [Chakmakjian, Alan Hovhaness]

Hovland, Egil

Hovunts, Gagik (Gedeoni)

Howard, Brian

Howard, John Tasker

Howard, Leslie

Howard, Samuel

Howarth, Elgar

Howchyn, Nicholas.

Howe.

Howe, Elias

Howe, Mary

Howell, Dorothy

Howell, Gwynne (Richard)

Howell, John

Howells, Herbert (Norman)

Howen, Carl van der.

Howes, Frank (Stewart)

Howes [Hawes], William

Howet [Howett], Gregorio.

Hoyer.

Hoyland, Vic(tor)

Hoyle, John.

Hoyoul [Hoyou, Hoyu, Hoyol, Hoyul, Hoyeux, Huiol, Huioul, Hujus], Balduin

Hrabanus [Rabanus, Rhabanus] (Magnentius) Maurus

Hrabovs'ky [Grabovsky], Leonid Oleksandrovych

Hradec nad Moravicí.

Hrazdíra, Cyril Metoděj

Hreol

Hřímalý.

Hrisanide [Hrisanidis], Alexandru

Hristić, Stevan

Hristić, Zoran

Hrušovský, Ivan

Hsaìng-waìng.

Hsiao Erh-Hua.

Hsien Hsing-hai.

Hsu, John (Tseng-Hsin)

Hsu Po-Yun.

Hsu Tsang-houei [Xu Changhui]

Huang Xiangpeng

Huayno.

Huba, Volodymyr Petrovych

Hubanov, Yakov [Yakiv] Ivanovich

Hubarenko, Vitaly Serhiyovych

Hubay [Huber], Jenő [Eugen]

Hubbard, Frank (Twombly)

Hubeau, Jean