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List of music students by teacher: A to B

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This is a list of students of music, organized by teacher.

AEdit

Arkady AbazaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Abaza (1843–1915) studied with teachers including Alexander Dreyschock and Camille Everardi.

Christian Ferdinand AbelEdit

Hermann AbendrothEdit

this teacher's teachers
Abendroth (1883–1956) studied with teachers including Ludwig Thuille.

Dieter AckerEdit

Adolphe AdamEdit

this teacher's teachers
Adam (1803–1856) studied with teachers including Charles-Simon Catel, François Benoist, and François-Adrien Boieldieu.

Louis AdamEdit

John Luther AdamsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Adams (born 1953) studied with teachers including Leonard Stein and James Tenney.

Murray AdaskinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Adaskin (1906–2002) studied with teachers including John Weinzweig.

Guido AdlerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Adler (1855–1941) studied with teachers including Anton Bruckner and Felix Otto Dessoff.

Oskar AdlerEdit

Samuel AdlerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Adler (born 1928) studied with teachers including Aaron Copland, Paul Hindemith, Serge Koussevitzky, Walter Piston, and Randall Thompson.

Jakob AdlungEdit

Albrecht AgtheEdit

Webster AitkenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Aitken (1908–1981) studied with teachers including Emil von Sauer.

Jean-Delphin AlardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Alard (1815–1888) studied with teachers including François-Joseph Fétis and François Habeneck.

Jules AlaryEdit

Johann Friedrich AlbertiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Alberti (1642–1710) studied with teachers including Vincenzo Albrici and Werner Fabricius.

Johann Georg AlbrechtsbergerEdit

Vincenzo AlbriciEdit

this teacher's teachers
Albrici (1631 – 1695/1696) studied with teachers including Giacomo Carissimi.

Putnam AldrichEdit

this teacher's teachers
Aldrich (1904–1975) studied with teachers including Wanda Landowska and Tobias Matthay.

Amanda Christina Elizabeth AldridgeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Aldridge (1866–1956) studied with teachers including Jenny Lind.

Charles-Valentin AlkanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Alkan (1813–1888) studied with teachers including Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann.

Joe AllardEdit

Pedro Humberto AllendeEdit

Julius AlslebenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Alsleben studied with teachers including Siegfried Dehn.

Johann Christoph AltnickolEdit

William AlwynEdit

Jorge AnckermannEdit

Johann Anton AndréEdit

Volkmar AndreaeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Andreae (1879–1962) studied with teachers including Fritz Brun, Friedrich_Wilhelm Franke, Isidor Seiss, and Franz Wüllner.

Mihail AndricuEdit

this teacher's teachers
Andricu (1894–1974) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré, Vincent d'Indy, and Dumitru Georgescu Kiriac.

Hendrik AndriessenEdit

this teacher's teachers
H. Andriessen (1892–1981) studied with teachers including Bernard Zweers.

Louis AndriessenEdit

this teacher's teachers
L. Andriessen (born 1939) studied with teachers including Kees van Baaren and Luciano Berio.

Pasquale AnfossiEdit

Domenico AnnibaliEdit

Conrad AnsorgeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ansorge (1862–1930) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

George AntheilEdit

this teacher's teachers
Antheil (1900–1959) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch, Nadia Boulanger, and Constantin Sternberg.

Alfredo AntoniniEdit

this teacher's teachers[139][better source needed]
Antonini (1901–1983) studied with teachers including Arturo Toscanini.
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Giuseppe AprileEdit

this teacher's teachers
Aprile (1731–1813) studied with teachers including Gregorio Sciroli.

Violet ArcherEdit

Bülent ArelEdit

Anton ArenskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Arensky (1861–1906) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Dominick ArgentoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Argento (born 1927) studied with teachers including Luigi Dallapiccola, Howard Hanson, Alan Hovhaness, Bernard Rogers, and Hugo Weisgall.

Carl ArmbrustEdit

Michael ArneEdit

Richard ArnellEdit

this teacher's teachers
Arnell (1917-2009) studied with teachers including John Ireland.

Simha AromEdit

this teacher's teachers
Arom (born 1930) studied with teachers including Jean Devémy.

Claudio ArrauEdit

this teacher's teachers
Arrau (1903–1991) studied with teachers including Martin Krause.

Désirée ArtôtEdit

this teacher's teachers
Artôt (1835–1907) studied with teachers including Francesco Lamperti and Pauline Viardot.

Robert AshleyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ashley (1930–2014) studied with teachers including Ross Lee Finney, Roberto Gerhard, and Wallingford Riegger.

Thomas AttwoodEdit

Daniel AuberEdit

this teacher's teachers
Auber (1782–1871) studied with teachers including Luigi Cherubini.

Louis AubertEdit

this teacher's teachers
Aubert (1877–1968) studied with teachers including Louis Diémer and Gabriel Fauré.

Tony AubinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Aubin (1907–1981) studied with teachers including Paul Dukas, Noël Gallon, and Philippe Gaubert.

Leopold AuerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Auer (1845–1930) studied with teachers including Jakob Dont, Joseph Joachim, and Ridley Kohné.

Larry AustinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Austin (born 1930) studied with teachers including Violet Archer, Andrew Imbrie, and Darius Milhaud.

Charles AvisonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Avison (1709–1770) studied with teachers including Francesco Geminiani.

BEdit

Kees van BaarenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Baaren (1906–1970) studied with teachers including Willem Pijper.

Milton BabbittEdit

this teacher's teachers
Babbitt (1916–2011) studied with teachers including Marion Bauer and Roger Sessions.

August Wilhelm BachEdit

this teacher's teachers
A. W. Bach (1796–1869) studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Zelter.

Carl Philipp Emanuel BachEdit

this teacher's teachers
C.P.E. Bach (1714–1788) studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach.

Johann Christian BachEdit

this teacher's teachers
J.C. Bach (1735–1782) studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach and Giovanni Battista Martini.

Johann Sebastian BachEdit

this teacher's teachers
J.S. Bach (1685–1750) studied with teachers including Georg Böhm, his brother Johann Christoph Bach, and Dieterich Buxtehude

Wilhelm Friedemann BachEdit

this teacher's teachers
W.F. Bach (1710–1784) studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach.

Oskar BackEdit

this teacher's teachers
Back (1879–1963) studied with teachers including Jakob Grün, César Thomson, and Eugène Ysaÿe.

Agathe Backer-GrøndahlEdit

this teacher's teachers
Backer-Grøndahl (1847–1907) studied with teachers including Hans von Bülow, Halfdan Kjerulf, Theodor Kullak, Ludvig Mathias Lindeman, Franz Liszt, and Richard Wüerst.

Ernst BaconEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bacon (1898–1990) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch and Alexander Raab.

Carl BaermannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Baermann (1839–1913) studied with teachers including Peter Cornelius, Franz Lachner, and Franz Liszt.

Pierre BaillotEdit

this teacher's teachers
Baillot (1771–1842) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Viotti.

Giuseppe BainiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Baini (1775–1844) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Jannacconi.

Edward BairstowEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bairstow (1874–1946) studied with teachers including Frederick Bridge.

Claude BakerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Baker studied with teachers including Samuel Adler and Warren Benson.

Claude BalbastreEdit

this teacher's teachers
Balbastre (1724–1799) studied with teachers including Pierre Février and Jean-Philippe Rameau.

Artur BalsamEdit

Nikhil BanerjeeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Banerjee (1931–1986) studied with teachers including Allauddin Khan.

Samuel BarberEdit

this teacher's teachers
Barber (1910–1981) studied with teachers including Rosario Scalero and Isabelle Vengerova.

Stanisław BarcewiczEdit

this teacher's teachers
Barcewicz (1858–1929) studied with teachers including Jan Hřímalý, Apolinary Kątski, Ferdinand Laub, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Woldemar BargielEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bargiel (1828–1897) studied with teachers including Siegfried Dehn, Niels Gade, Ignaz Moscheles, and Julius Rietz.

Clarence BarlowEdit

this teacher's teachers
Barlow studied with teachers including Karlheinz Stockhausen and Bernd Alois Zimmermann.

Joseph BarnbyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Barnby (1838–1896) studied with teachers including Charles Lucas and Cipriani Potter.

Georges BarrèreEdit

this teacher's teachers
Barrère (1876–1944) studied with teachers including Paul Taffanel.

Béla BartókEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bartók (1881–1945) studied with teachers including Ernő Dohnányi, Hans von Koessler, and István Thomán.

Leslie BassettEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bassett (1923–1966) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Mario Davidovsky, Ross Lee Finney, and Homer Keller.

Harold Bauer

this teacher's teachers
Harold Bauer (1873–1951) studied with teachers including Ignacy Jan Paderewski.

Marion BauerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bauer (1882–1955) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and André Gedalge.

Julián BautistaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bautista (1901–1961) studied with teachers including Conrado del Campo.

François BazinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bazin (1816–1878) studied with teachers including Daniel Auber, Henri-Montan Berton, and Fromental Halévy.

Antonio BazziniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bazzini (1818–1897) studied with teachers including Faustino Camisani.

Robert BeadellEdit

this teacher's teachers
Beadell (1925–1994) studied with teachers including Darius Milhaud and Leo Sowerby.

Franz Ignaz BeckEdit

this teacher's teachers
Beck (1734–1809) studied with teachers including Baldassare Galuppi and Johann Stamitz.

Jack BeesonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Beeson (1921–2010) studied with teachers including Béla Bartók, Howard Hanson, and Bernard Rogers.

Ludwig van BeethovenEdit

this teacher's teachers

David BehrmanEdit

this teacher's teachers
D. Behrman (born 1937) studied with teachers including Gordon Mumma, Henri Pousseur, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Felix BendaEdit

this teacher's teachers
F. Benda (1708–1768) studied with teachers including Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský.

Franz BendaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Benda (1709–1786) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Pisendel, Carl Heinrich, and.

Agostino BendinelliEdit

Julius BenedictEdit

this teacher's teachers
Benedict (1804–1885) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk Hummel and Carl Maria von Weber.

Orazio BenevoliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Benevoli (1605–1672) studied with teachers including Vincenzo Ugolini.

Paul Ben-HaimEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ben-Haim (1897–1984) studied with teachers including Friedrich Klose.

Arthur BenjaminEdit

this teacher's teachers
Benjamin (1893–1960) studied with teachers including Frederic Cliffe, Thomas Dunhill, and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Frank BennettEdit

William Sterndale BennettEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bennett (1816–1875) studied with teachers including William Crotch and Cipriani Potter.

Antonín BennewitzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bennewitz (1833–1926) studied with teachers including Moritz Mildner.

François BenoistEdit

this teacher's teachers
Benoist (1794–1878) studied with teachers including Charles Simon Catel.

Peter BenoitEdit

this teacher's teachers
1834–1901 studied with teachers including François-Joseph Fétis.

Warren BensonEdit

Emerik BeranEdit

Charles Auguste de BériotEdit

Alban BergEdit

this teacher's teachers
Berg (1885–1935) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Arthur BergerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Berger (1912–2003) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Darius Milhaud, and Walter Piston.

Ludwig BergerEdit

Erik BergmanEdit

William BergsmaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bergsma (1921–1994) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson and Bernard Rogers.

Lennox BerkeleyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Berkeley (1903–1989) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Luciano BerioEdit

this teacher's teachers
Berio (1925–2003) studied with teachers including Luigi Dallapiccola and Giorgio Federico Ghedini.

Hector BerliozEdit

this teacher's teachers
Berlioz (1803–1869) studied with teachers including Jean-François Le Sueur and Anton Reicha.

Ercole BernabeiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bernabei (1622–1687) studied with teachers including Orazio Benevoli.

Antonio BernacchiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bernacchi (1685–1756) studied with teachers including Francesco Antonio Pistocchi.

Nicolas BernierEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bernier (1664–1734) studied with teachers including Antonio Caldara.

Leonard BernsteinEdit

Martin BerteauEdit

Henri-Montan BertonEdit

Ferdinando BertoniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bertoni (1725–1813) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Martini.

Franz BerwaldEdit

this teacher's teachers
Berwald (1796–1868) studied with teachers including Édouard Du Puy.

William Thomas BestEdit

Carlo BesozziEdit

Philip BezansonEdit

Franz BielingEdit

E. Power BiggsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Biggs (1906–1977) studied with teachers including G. D. Cunningham.

William BillingsEdit

Harrison BirtwistleEdit

this teacher's teachers
Birtwistle (born 1934) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Richard Hall, and Reginald Kell.

Henry BishopEdit

Giancarlo BizziEdit

Boris BlacherEdit

this teacher's teachers
Blacher (1903–1975) studied with teachers including Friedrich Koch.

Easley BlackwoodEdit

this teacher's teachers
Blackwood (born 1933) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Paul Hindemith, and Olivier Messiaen.

Michel BlavetEdit

Ernest BlochEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bloch (1880–1959) studied with teachers including Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, Ludwig Thuille, and Eugène Ysaÿe.

Joseph BlochEdit

Karl-Birger BlomdahlEdit

this teacher's teachers
Blomdahl (1916–1968) studied with teachers including Hilding Rosenberg.

Robert BloomEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bloom (1908–1994) studied with teachers including Marcel Tabuteau.

John BlowEdit

this teacher's teachers
Blow (1649–1708) studied with teachers including Henry Cooke and Christopher Gibbons.

Nicolas-Charles BochsaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bochsa (1789–1856) studied with teachers including Franz Beck, Charles-Simon Catel, and François Joseph Naderman.

Carl Maria von BockletEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bocklet (1801–1881) studied with teachers including Bedřich Diviš Weber.

Peer BodeEdit

Theobald BoehmEdit

Semyon BogatyrevEdit

Georg BöhmEdit

Joseph BöhmEdit

this teacher's teachers
J. Böhm (1795–1876) studied with teachers including Pierre Rode.

François-Adrien BoieldieuEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boieldieu (1775–1834) studied with teachers including Charles Broche.

Giuseppe BonnoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bonno (1711–1788) studied with teachers including Francesco Durante, Leonardo Leo, and Johann Georg Reinhardt.

Giovanni Maria BononciniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bononcini (1642–1678) studied with teachers including Marco Uccellini.

Josiah BoothEdit

Tomás BorbaEdit

Marco BordogniEdit

Benjamin BoretzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boretz (born 1934) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Lukas Foss, Darius Milhaud, and Roger Sessions.

Giovanni BorghiEdit

Felix BorowskiEdit

Hélène BoschiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boschi (1917–1990) studied with teachers including Alfred Cortot and Yvonne Lefébure.

Marco Enrico BossiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bossi (1861–1925) studied with teachers including Amilcare Ponchielli.

Nadia BoulangerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boulanger (1887–1979) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré and André Gedalge.

Neither Boulanger nor Annette Dieudonné, her lifelong friend and assistant, kept a record of every student who studied with Boulanger. In addition, it is virtually impossible to determine the exact nature of an individual's private study with Boulanger. All in all, Boulanger is believed to have taught a very large number of students from Europe, Australia, Mexico, Argentina and Canada, as well as over 600 American musicians.

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Pierre BoulezEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boulez (1925–2016) studied with teachers including René Leibowitz and Olivier Messiaen.

Adrian BoultEdit

Armen BoyajianEdit

William BoyceEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boyce (1711–1779) studied with teachers including Maurice Greene.

Martin BoykanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Boykan (born 1931) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith and Walter Piston.

Johannes BrahmsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Brahms (1833–1897) studied with teachers including Carl Maria von Bocklet and Eduard Marxsen.

Hans Brandts-BuysEdit

Henry BrantEdit

Marianne BrandtEdit

Louis BrassinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Brassin (1840–1884) studied with teachers including Ignaz Moscheles.

Martin BresnickEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bresnick (born 1946) studied with teachers including John Chowning and György Ligeti.

Frank BridgeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bridge (1879–1941) studied with teachers including Charles Villiers Stanford.

Frederick BridgeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bridge (1844–1924) studied with teachers including Arthur Sullivan.

Richard BrindEdit

Charles BrocheEdit

Jascha BrodskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Brodsky (1907–1997) studied with teachers including Lucien Capet and Efrem Zimbalist.

Moritz BrosigEdit

Harriet BrowerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Brower (??–??) studied with teachers including Amy Fay.

Earle BrownEdit

Max BruchEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bruch (1838–1920) studied with teachers including Ferdinand Hiller and Carl Reinecke.

Anton BrucknerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bruckner (1824–1896) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Fritz BrunEdit

this teacher's teachers
Brun (1878–1959) studied with teachers including Franz Wüllner.

Herbert BrünEdit

this teacher's teachers
Brün (1918–2000) studied with teachers including Eli Friedman, Frank Pelleg, and Stefan Wolpe.

Hans BuchnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Buchner (1483–1538) studied with teachers including Paul Hofhaimer.

Dudley BuckEdit

this teacher's teachers
Buck (1839–1909) studied with teachers including Louis Plaidy.

Harold BuddEdit

Hans von BülowEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bülow (1830–1894) studied with teachers including Carl Eberwein, Moritz Hauptmann, Franz Liszt, Henry Litolff, Louis Plaidy, and Friedrich Wieck.

Adolf BuschEdit

this teacher's teachers
Busch (1891–1952) studied with teachers including Willy Hess and Bram Eldering.

Ferruccio BusoniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Busoni (1866–1924) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn, Wilhelm Mayer, and Carl Reinecke.

Henri BüsserEdit

this teacher's teachers
Büsser (1872–1973) studied with teachers including César Franck and Ernest Guiraud.

Ludwig BusslerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Bussler (1838–1900) studied with teachers including Siegfried Dehn and Wilhelm Friedrich Wieprecht.

Dieterich BuxtehudeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Buxtehude (c. 1637/1639 – 1707) studied with teachers including Johann Theile.

William ByrdEdit

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