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Alexander Raab

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Raab (1882–1958) studied with teachers including Robert Fuchs and Theodor Leschetizky.

Sergei Rachmaninoff

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Rachmaninoff (1873–1943) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky, Alexander Siloti, Sergei Taneyev, and Nikolai Zverev.

Philip Radcliffe

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Radcliffe (1905-1986) studied with teachers including Edward Joseph Dent and Henry Moule.

Robert Radeke

Jean-Théodore Radoux

Priaulx Rainier

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Rainier (1903–1986) studied with teachers including John Blackwood McEwen and Nadia Boulanger.

Joachim Raff

Jean-Philippe Rameau

Günther Ramin

James K. Randall

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Randall (1929–2014) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt and Leonard Shure.

Alberto Randegger

Bernard Rands

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Rands (born 1934) studied with teachers including Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, Luigi Dallapiccola, and Bruno Maderna.

Agosto Rattenbach

Felix Rault

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Rault studied with teachers including Michel Blavet.

Einojuhani Rautavaara

Venanzio Rauzzini

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Rauzzini (1746–1810) studied with teachers including Muzio Clementi, Domenico Corri, Nicola Porpora, and Giuseppe Santarelli.

Ernest Read

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Read (1879–1965) studied with teachers including Tobias Matthay and Henry Wood.

Maurice Ravel

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Ravel (1875–1937) studied with teachers including Henri Ghys, Émile Decombes, Charles-Wilfrid de Bériot, Émile Pessard, André Gedalge, and Gabriel Fauré.

Gardner Read

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Read (1913–2005) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson, Bernard Rogers, Aaron Copland, and Ildebrando Pizzetti.

Napoléon Henri Reber

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Reber (1807–1880) studied with teachers including Jean-François Le Sueur and Anton Reicha.

Janine Reding

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Janine Reding (1920–2015) studied with teachers including Arthur De Greef, Kurt Leimer, Erich Kleiber, and Berthe Laventurier.

Mark Richman

Max Reger

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Reger (1873–1916) studied with teachers including Hugo Riemann.

Willy Rehberg

Anton Reicha

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Reicha (1770–1836) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger.

Carl Reinecke

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Reinecke (1824-1910) studied with teachers including Felix Mendelssohn, Robert Schumann, and Franz Liszt.

Fritz Reiner

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Reiner (1888–1963) studied with teachers including Béla Bartók, István Thomán, and Leo Weiner.

N. M. Reingbald

Johann Georg Reinhardt

Alfred Reisenauer

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Reisenauer (1863–1907) studied with teachers including Louis Köhler and Franz Liszt.

Nadia Reisenberg

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Reisenberg (1904–1983) studied with teachers including Leonid Nikolayev and Josef Hofmann.

Ottorino Respighi

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Respighi (1879–1936) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Jean de Reszke

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studied with teachers including Antonio Cotogni and Giovanni Sbriglia.

José Rey de la Torre

Roger Reynolds

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Reynolds (born 1934) studied with teachers including Ross Lee Finney and Roberto Gerhard.

University of California, San Diego

Yale (while visiting professor)

Josef Rheinberger

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Rheinberger (1839–1901) studied with teachers including Franz Lachner.

Ernst Richter

Franz Xaver Richter

Hans Richter

Allard de Ridder

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de Ridder (1887–1966) studied with teachers including Hermann Abendroth, Fritz Steinbach, and Johan Wagenaar.

Jaroslav Řídký

Carl Riedel

Wallingford Riegger

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Riegger (1885–1961) studied with teachers including Percy Goetschius.

Hugo Riemann

Joseph Riepel

Ferdinand Ries

Vittorio Rieti

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Rieti (1898–1994) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Frugatta.

Julius Rietz

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Rietz (1812–1877) studied with teachers including Bernhard Romberg.

André-Jean Rigade

Wolfgang Rihm

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Rihm (born 1952) studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner, Klaus Huber, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Terry Riley

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Riley (born 1935) studied with teachers including Robert Erickson, Pran Nath, and Seymour Shifrin.

Stephen Francis Rimbault

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Rimbault (1773–1837) studied with teachers including .

Georgi Rimski-Korsakov

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G. Rimski-Korsakov (1901–1965) studied with teachers including Maximilian Steinberg, Nikolay Sokolov, Sergei Liapunov, and Leonid Nicolai.

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Berthe Ringold

Christian Heinrich Rinck

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Rinck (1770–1846) studied with teachers including Johann Christian Kittel.

Théodore Ritter

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Ritter (1840–1886) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Achille Rivarde

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Rivarde (1865–1940) studied with teachers including Charles Dancla, František Ondříček, and Henryk Wieniawski.

Jean Rivier

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Rivier (1896–1987) studied with teachers including Georges Caussade and Jean Gallon.

Max Roach

Sylvio Robazzi

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Sylvio Robazzi studied with teachers including Yara Bernette.

Richard Robert

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Robert (1861–1924) studied with teachers including Julius Epstein, Franz Krenn, and Anton Bruckner.

Sarah Robinson-Duff

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Robinson-Duff (died 1934) studied with teachers including Mathilde Marchesi and George Henschel.

Louise Robyn

George Rochberg

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Rochberg (1918–2005) studied with teachers including Leopold Mannes, Gian Carlo Menotti, Rosario Scalero, George Szell, and Hans Weisse.

W. S. Rockstro

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Rockstro (1823–1895) studied with teachers including William Sterndale Bennett and Felix Mendelssohn.

Pierre Rode

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Rode (1774–1830) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Viotti.

Johann Theodor Roemhildt

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Roemhildt (1684–1756) studied with teachers including Johann Kuhnau and Johann Schelle.

Jean Roger-Ducasse

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Roger-Ducasse (1873–1954) studied with teachers including Émile Pessard, André Gedalge, and Gabriel Fauré.

Bernard Rogers

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Rogers (1893–1968) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch, Nadia Boulanger, and Percy Goetschius.

José Rolón

Bernhard Romberg

Jesse Ronneau

Julius Röntgen

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Röntgen (1855–1932) studied with teachers including Franz Lachner and Carl Reinecke.

William Michael Rooke

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Rooke (1794–1847) studied with teachers including Philip Cogan.

Cyril Rootham

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Rootham (1875–1938) studied with teachers including Marmaduke Barton, Walter Parratt, Hubert Parry, Daniel Rootham, and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Cipriano de Rore

Ned Rorem

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Rorem (1923–2022) studied with teachers including Rosario Scalero, Leo Sowerby, and Virgil Thomson.

Bernard Rose

Leonard Rose

Thomas Roseingrave

Hilding Rosenberg

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Rosenberg (1892–1985) studied with teachers including Ernst Ellberg and Wilhelm Stenhammar.

David Rosenboom

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Rosenboom (born 1947) studied with teachers including Kenneth Gaburo, Lejaren Hiller, and Salvatore Martirano.

Jakob Rosenhain

Orla Rosenhoff

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Rosenhoff (1844–1905) studied with teachers including Niels Gade.

Moriz Rosenthal

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Rosenthal (1862–1946) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt, Rafael Joseffy, and Karol Mikuli.

Lauro Rossi

Walter Henry Rothwell

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Rothwell (1872–1927) studied with teachers including Gustav Mahler.

Christopher Rouse

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Rouse (born 1949) studied with teachers including Randolph Coleman, George Crumb, and Robert Moffat Palmer.

Albert Roussel

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Roussel (1869–1937) studied with teachers including Vincent d'Indy and Eugène Gigout.

Pietro Rovelli

Edwin Roxburgh

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Roxburgh (born 1937) studied with teachers including Herbert Howells, Terence MacDonagh, Nadia Boulanger, and Luigi Dallapiccola.

Nicolas Roze

Alexsander Różycki

Edmund Rubbra

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Rubbra (1901–1986) studied with teachers including Gustav Holst and R. O. Morris.

Anton Rubinstein

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Rubinstein (1829–1894) studied with teachers including Siegfried Dehn and Adolf Bernhard Marx.

Arthur Rubinstein

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Rubinstein (1887-1982) studied with teachers including Karl Heinrich Barth.

Nikolai Rubinstein

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Rubinstein (1835–1881) studied with teachers including Theodor Kullak, Siegfried Dehn, and Alexander Villoing.

Dane Rudhyar

Ernst Rudorff

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Rudorff (1840–1916) studied with teachers including Woldemar Bargiel, Moritz Hauptmann, Ignaz Moscheles, Louis Plaidy, Carl Reinecke, and Julius Rietz.

Josef Rufer

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Rufer (1893–1985) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Alexander von Zemlinsky.

Johann Rufinatscha

Francesco Ruggi

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Ruggi (1767–1845) studied with teachers including Fedele Fenaroli.

Carl Friedrich Rungenhagen

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Rungenhagen (1778–1851) studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Zelter.

William Russo

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Russo (1928–2003) studied with teachers including Lennie Tristano.

Wilhelm Karl Rust

Ferdinando Rutini

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Kaija Saariaho

Boris Sabaneyev

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Sabaneyev, B. (−1918) studied with teachers including Sergei Taneyev.

Leonid Sabaneyev

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Sabaneyev, L. (1881–1968) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Sergei Taneyev, and Nikolai Zverev.

Antonio Sacchini

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Sacchini (1730–1786) studied with teachers including Francesco Durante.

Vasily Safonov

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Safonov (1852–1918) studied with teachers including Louis Brassin, Theodor Leschetizky, and Nikolai Zaremba.

Camille Saint-Saëns

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Saint-Saëns (1835–1921) studied with teachers including François Benoist, Fromental Halévy, and Camille-Marie Stamaty.

Nicola Sala

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Sala (1713–1801) studied with teachers including Nicola Fago and Lionardo Leo.

Michele Saladino

Charles Kensington Salaman

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Salaman (1814–1901) studied with teachers including William Crotch, Henri Herz, Charles Neate, and Stephen Francis Rimbault.

Baltasar Saldoni

Ney Salgado

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Ney Salgado (1935–2015) studied with teachers including Jose Kliass.

Antonio Salieri

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Salieri (1750–1825) studied with teachers including Christoph Willibald Gluck, Giovanni Battista Pescetti, and Giuseppe Simoni.

Thomas Salignac

Aulis Sallinen

Johann Peter Salomon

Giovanni Salvatore

Carlos Salzedo

Felix Salzer

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Salzer (1904–1986) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schenker and Hans Weisse.

Leon Sametini

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Sametini (1886–1944) studied with teachers including Otakar Ševčík and Eugène Ysaÿe.

Giovanni Battista Sammartini

Marcel Samuel-Rousseau

Cesare de Sanctis

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Sanctis (1824–1916) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Baini.

György Sándor

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Sándor (1912–2005) studied with teachers including Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály.

Alfredo Sangiorgi

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Sangiorgi (1894–1962) studied with teachers including Goffredo Petrassi and Arnold Schoenberg.

Pedro Sanjuan

Domingo Santa Cruz

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Santa Cruz (1899–1987) studied with teachers including Alberto Guerrero.

Giuseppe Santarelli

Cláudio Santoro

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Santoro (1919–1989) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Hans-Joachim Koellreutter.

Pablo de Sarasate

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Sarasate (1844–190) studied with teachers including Jean-Delphin Alard.

Giuseppe Saratelli

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Saratelli (1714–1762) studied with teachers including Antonio Lotti.

Giuseppe Sarti

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Sarti (1729–1802) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Martini.

Erik Satie

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Satie (1866–1925) studied with teachers including Émile Decombes, Albert Lavignac, Georges Mathias, Antoine Taudou, and Gustave Vinot.

Emil von Sauer

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Sauer (1862–1942) studied with teachers including Ludwig Deppe, Franz Liszt, and Nikolai Rubinstein.

Émile Sauret

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Sauret (1852–1920) studied with teachers including Charles Auguste de Bériot, Salomon Jadassohn, Henri Vieuxtemps, and Henryk Wieniawski.

Marie Gabriel Augustin Savard

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Savard (1814–1881) studied with teachers including Fromental Halévy and Jules Massenet.

Georges Savaria

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Savaria (born 1916) studied with teachers including Louis Aubert, Claude Champagne, Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur, Lazare Lévy, Marguerite Long, and Olivier Messiaen.

Robert Saxton

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Saxton (born 1953) studied with teachers including Robert Sherlaw Johnson.

Giovanni Sbriglia

Marco Scacchi

Rosario Scalero

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Scalero (1870–1954) studied with teachers including César Thomson and Eusebius Mandyczewski.

Alessandro Scarlatti

Domenico Scarlatti

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1660 – 1725 studied with teachers including Alessandro Scarlatti.

Bogusław Schaeffer

Pierre Schaeffer

Christoph Schaffrath

Philipp Scharwenka

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P. Scharwenka (1847–1917) studied with teachers including Heinrich Dorn and Richard Wüerst.

Xaver Scharwenka

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X. Scharwenka (1850–1924) studied with teachers including Theodor Kullak.

Heinrich Scheidemann

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Scheidemann (1595–1663) studied with teachers including Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.

Johann Schelle

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Schelle (1648–1701) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schütz.

Johann Baptist Schenk

Heinrich Schenker

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Schenker (1868–1935) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk Fuchs.

Hermann Scherchen

Arnold Schering

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Schering (1877–1941) studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim and Hermann Kretzschmar.

Johann Gottfried Schicht

Poul Schierbeck

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Schierbeck (1888–1949) studied with teachers including Carl Nielsen.

Madeline Schiller

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Schiller 1843-1911 studied with teachers including Charles Hallé, Julius Benedict, and Ignaz Moscheles.

Joseph Schillinger

Max von Schillings

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Schillings (1868–1933) studied with teachers including Josef Rheinberger.

Anton Schindler

Philipp Schindlöker

Victor Schiøler

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Schiøler (1899–1967) studied with teachers including Ignaz Friedman and Artur Schnabel.

Henry Schmidt

Aloys Schmitt

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Schmitt (1788–1866) studied with teachers including Johann Anton André.

Hans Schmitt

Artur Schnabel

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Schnabel (1882–1951) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky, Hans Schmitt, and Anna Yesipova.

Friedrich Schneider

Johann Gottlob Schneider

Arnold Schoenberg

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Schoenberg (1874–1951) studied with teachers including Oskar Adler, Joseph Labor, and Alexander von Zemlinsky.

Bernhard Scholz

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Scholz (1835–1916) studied with teachers including Ernst Pauer.

Anna Eugénie Schön-René

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Schön-René (???) studied with teachers including Pauline Viardot.

Barry Schrader

Henry Schradieck

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Schradieck (1846–1918) studied with teachers including Ferdinand David and Hubert Léonard.

Franz Schreker

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Schreker (1878–1934) studied with teachers including Robert Fuchs.

Johann Samuel Schroeter

Christoph Gottlieb Schröter

Edmund Schuëcker

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Schuëcker (1860–1911) studied with teachers including Antonio Zamara.

Julius Schulhoff

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Schulhoff (1825–1898) studied with teachers including Ignaz Amadeus Tedesco and Václav Tomášek.

Gunther Schuller

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Schuller (born 1925) studied with teachers including Eduard Steuermann.

Johann Abraham Peter Schulz

William Schuman

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Schuman (1910–1992) studied with teachers including Roy Harris.

Clara Schumann

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C. Schumann (1819–1896) studied with teachers including Christian Theodor Weinlig and Friedrich Wieck.

Robert Schumann

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R. Schumann (1810–1856) studied with teachers including Heinrich Dorn and Friedrich Wieck.

Ignaz Schuppanzigh

Heinrich Schütz

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Schütz (1585–1672) studied with teachers including Giovanni Gabrieli.

Heinrich Schütz, often called the "father of German music", [324] composer of what is traditionally regarded as the "first German opera" Dafne (1627, lost), and transmitter of the Italian style of his teacher Giovanni Gabrieli to Germany had many pupils, including many of the musicians who sang or played under him as Kapellmeister in composition.

Joseph Schwantner

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Schwantner (born 1943) studied with teachers including Alan Stout.

Heinrich Schwemmer

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Schwemmer (1621–1696) studied with teachers including Johann Erasmus Kindermann.

Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Schwenke

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Schwenke (1767–1822) studied with teachers including Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Johann Kirnberger.

Salvatore Sciarrino

Peter Sculthorpe

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Sculthorpe (1929–2014) studied with teachers including Egon Wellesz.

Friedrich Schwindl

Gregorio Sciroli

Alexander Scriabin

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Scriabin (1872–1915) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky, Georgi Conus, Vasily Safonov, Alexander Siloti, Sergei Taneyev, and Nikolai Zverev.

Humphrey Searle

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Searle (1915–1982) studied with teachers including Anton Webern.

Simon Sechter

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Sechter (1788–1867) studied with teachers including Leopold Kozeluch.

Jan Sedivka

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Sedivka (1917–2009) studied with teachers including Otakar Ševčík.

William Charles Ernest Seeboeck

Charles Seeger

Josef Seger

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Seger (1716–1782) studied with teachers including Felix Benda, Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský, František Tůma, and Jan Zach.

Mátyás Seiber

Waldemar Seidel

Isidor Seiss

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Seiss studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann and Friedrich Wieck.

Bernhard Sekles

Thomas Selle

Marcella Sembrich

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Sembrich studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Lamperti, Joseph Hellmesberger Sr, and Julius Epstein (pianist).

Daria Semegen

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Blanche Selva

Tullio Serafin

Rudolf Serkin

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Serkin (1903-1991) studied with teachers including Richard Robert, Joseph Marx, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Paolo Serrao

John Serry Sr.

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Serry Sr. (1915–2003) studied with teachers including Robert Strassburg, Joseph Rossi, Albert Rizzi, and Gene Von Hallberg.

Stanisław Serwaczyński

Roger Sessions

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Sessions studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Horatio Parker.

Otakar Ševčík

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Ševčík (1852–1934) studied with teachers including Antonín Bennewitz.

Ignaz von Seyfried

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Seyfried (1776–1841) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Giovanni Sgambati

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Sgambati (1841–1914) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Ravi Shankar

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Shankar studied with teachers including Allauddin Khan and Ali Akbar Khan.

Harold Shapero

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Shapero studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Paul Hindemith, Ernst Krenek, Walter Piston, and Nicolas Slonimsky.

Harvey Shapiro

Yuri Shaporin

Vissarion Shebalin

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Shebalin studied with teachers including Nikolai Myaskovsky.

Jessie Shefrin

Harry Rowe Shelley

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Shelley (1858–1947) studied with teachers including Dudley Buck, Antonín Dvořák, and Gustave J. Stoeckel.

Bright Sheng

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Sheng studied with teachers including Leonard Bernstein and George Perle.

Roy Shepherd

Robert Sherlaw Johnson

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Sherlaw Johnson studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen.

Sukeyasu Shiba

Seymour Shifrin

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Shifrin (1926–1979) studied with teachers including Otto Luening, Darius Milhaud, and William Schuman.

Nelli Shkolnikova

Verdina Shlonsky

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Shlonsky (1905–1990) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edgard Varese, Max Deutsch, Artur Schnabel, and Egon Petry.

Dmitri Shostakovich

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Shostakovich (1906–1975) studied with teachers including Alexander Glazunov, Nikolai Malko, Leonid Nikolayev, Alexander Ossovsky, Elena Rozanova, Nikolay Sokolov, and Maximilian Steinberg.

Leonard Shure

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Shure (1910–1995) studied with teachers including Artur Schnabel.

Boris Sibor

Jean Sibelius

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Sibelius (1865–1957) studied with teachers including Martin Wegelius, Ferruccio Busoni, Robert Fuchs, Arnold Becker, and Karl Goldmark.

Balthasar Siberer

Nikolai Sidelnikov

Murry Sidlin

Elie Siegmeister

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Siegmeister studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Roberto Sierra

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Sierra studied with teachers including György Ligeti.

Kazimierz Sikorski

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Sikorski (1895–1986) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Adolf Chybiński, and Felicjan Szopski.

Alexander Siloti

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Siloti (1863–1945) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt, Nikolai Rubinstein, Nikolai Zverev, Sergei Taneyev, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and Nikolai Hubert.

Jean-Henri Simon

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Simon (1783–1861) studied with teachers including Charles-Simon Catel and François-Joseph Gossec.

Giuseppe Simoni

Gardell Simons

Roman Simovych

Leonid Sintsev

Hans Sitt

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Sitt (1850–1922) studied with teachers including Antonín Bennewitz, Johann Friedrich Kittl, and Josef Krejčí.

František Zdeněk Skuherský

Ruth Slenczynska

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Slenczynska studied with teachers including Sergei Rachmaninoff, Artur Schnabel, Egon Petri, Alfred Cortot, and Josef Hofmann.

Nicolas Slonimsky

Dmitri Smirnov

Leland Smith

Leo Smith

Alfredo Soffredini

Harvey Sollberger

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Sollberger studied with teachers including Jack Beeson and Otto Luening.

Solomon

Nicolai Soloviev

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Soloviev (1846–1916) studied with teachers including Nikolai Zaremba.

Giovanni Battista Somis

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Somis (1686–1763) studied with teachers including Arcangelo Corelli.

Enrique Soro

Leo Sowerby

Mathias Spahlinger

Philipp Spitta

Louis Spohr

Johann Staden

Maximilian Stadler

John Stainer

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Stainer (1840–1901) studied with teachers including Frederick Ouseley and Charles Steggall.

Camille-Marie Stamaty

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Stamaty (1811–1870) studied with teachers including Friedrich Kalkbrenner and Felix Mendelssohn.

Anton Stamitz

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A. Stamitz (1750 – c.1800) studied with teachers including Christian Cannabich and Johann Stamitz.

Johann Stamitz

Enrico Stancabiano

Charles Villiers Stanford

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Stanford (1852–1924) studied with teachers including Robert Prescott Stewart, Michael Quarry, Ernst Pauer, Arthur O'Leary, and Carl Reinecke.

Roman Statkowski

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Statkowski studied with teachers including Władysław Żeleński.

Bernhard Stavenhagen

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Stavenhagen (1862–1914) studied with teachers including Friedrich Kiel, Franz Liszt, and Ernst Rudorff.

Joseph Anton Steffan

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Steffan (1726–1797) studied with teachers including Georg Christoph Wagenseil.

Agostino Steffani

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Steffani (1654–1728) studied with teachers including Johann Caspar Kerll.

Daniel Steibelt

Eduard Stein

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Stein (1818–1864) studied with teachers including August Ferdinand Anacker.

Leonard Stein

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Stein (1916–2004) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Emil Steinbach

Fritz Steinbach

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Steinbach studied with teachers including Anton Door, Vinzenz Lachner, Gustav Nottebohm, and Emil Steinbach.

Maximilian Steinberg

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Steinberg (1883–1946) studied with teachers including Alexander Glazunov, Anatoly Lyadov, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

David Steinbrook

Wilhelm Stenhammar

Václav Štěpán

Constantin Sternberg

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Sternberg (1852–1924) studied with teachers including Theodor Coccius, Heinrich Dorn, Theodor Kullak, Ignaz Moscheles, and Ernst Richter.

Eduard Steuermann

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Steuermann studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Engelbert Humperdinck, Vilém Kurz, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Bernard Stevens

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Stevens (1916–1983) studied with teachers including Arthur Benjamin and R. O. Morris.

Halsey Stevens

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Stevens (1908-1989) studied with teachers including William Berwald and Ernest Bloch.

Robert Prescott Stewart

Julius Stockhausen

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J. Stockhausen (1826–1906) studied with teachers including Manuel García, Jr., Charles Hallé, and Camille-Marie Stamaty.

Karlheinz Stockhausen

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Karlheinz Stockhausen (22 August 1928 – 5 December 2007) studied with teachers including Hermann Schroeder, Frank Martin, Olivier Messiaen, Darius Milhaud, and Werner Meyer-Eppler.

Gustave J. Stoeckel

Albert Stoessel

this teacher's teachers
Stoessel (1894–1943) studied with teachers including Willy Hess and Emanuel Wirth.

Eric Stokes

this teacher's teachers
Stokes studied with teachers including Dominick Argento and Paul Fetler.

Josip Štolcer-Slavenski

Pyotr Stolyarsky

this teacher's teachers
Stolyarsky (1871–1944) studied with teachers including Stanisław Barcewicz and Emil Młynarski.

Benno Stolzenberg

this teacher's teachers
Stolzenberg (1827–1908) studied with teachers including Heinrich Dorn.

Jaap Stotijn

this teacher's teachers
Stotijn (1891–1970) studied with teachers including Dirk van Emmerik.

Alan Stout

this teacher's teachers
Stout (born 1932) studied with teachers including Henry Cowell, Vagn Holmboe, Wallingford Riegger, and John Verrall.

Veselin Stoyanov

Robert Strassburg

this teacher's teachers [517]
Strassburg (1915–2003) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Walter Piston, and Igor Stravinsky.

Richard Strauss

this teacher's teachers
Strauss (1864–1949) studied with teachers including August Tombo, Benno Walter, and Friedrich Wilhelm Meyer.

Igor Stravinsky

this teacher's teachers
Stravinsky studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Edwin Stringham

Marco Stroppa

Gustav Strube

Steven Stucky

this teacher's teachers
Stucky studied with teachers including Robert Moffat Palmer.

Made Subandi

Morton Subotnick

this teacher's teachers
Subotnick studied with teachers including Robert Erickson, Leon Kirchner, and Darius Milhaud.

Josef Suk

Arthur Sullivan

this teacher's teachers
Sullivan studied with teachers including Arthur O'Leary, Moritz Hauptmann, Louis Plaidy, Julius Rietz, and William Sterndale Bennett.

Kenneth Sutherland

I Wayan Suweca

Hans Swarowsky

this teacher's teachers
Swarowsky (1899-1975) studied with teachers including Felix Weingartner, Richard Strauss, Arnold Schoenberg, and Anton Webern.

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

Richard Swift

this teacher's teachers
Swift studied with teachers including Leonard B. Meyer.

Bolesław Szabelski

this teacher's teachers
Szabelski studied with teachers including Roman Statkowski and Karol Szymanowski.

Ferenc Szabó

Tadeusz Szeligowski

this teacher's teachers
Szeligowski (1896–1963) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Paul Dukas.

George Szell

this teacher's teachers
Szell studied with teachers including Max Reger and Richard Robert.

Karol Szymanowski

this teacher's teachers
Szymanowski studied with teachers including Zygmunt Noskowski.

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