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List of music students by teacher: C to F

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

CEdit

John CageEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cage (1912–1992) studied with teachers including Henry Cowell, Lazare Lévy, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Antonio CaldaraEdit

Faustino CamisaniEdit

Conrado del CampoEdit

Ettore CampogallianiEdit

André CampraEdit

Christian CannabichEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cannabich (1731–1798) studied with teachers including Niccolò Jommelli, Giovanni Battista Sammartini, and Johann Stamitz.

Lucien CapetEdit

this teacher's teachers
Capet (1873–1928) studied with teachers including Jean-Pierre Maurin.

Michele CarafaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Carafa (1787–1872) studied with teachers including Francesco Ruggi.

Cornelius CardewEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cardew (1936–1981) studied with teachers including Goffredo Petrassi and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Clive CareyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Carey (1883–1968) studied with teachers including Jean de Reszke and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Henry CareyEdit

Giacomo CarissimiEdit

Gaetano CarpaniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Carpani () studied with teachers including Orazio Benevoli and Alessandro Scarlatti.

Ambrosio CarreñoEdit

Elliott CarterEdit

this teacher's teachers
Carter (1908–2012) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Walter Piston.

Robert CasadesusEdit

this teacher's teachers
Casadesus (1899–1972) studied with teachers including Louis Diémer.

Alfredo CasellaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Casella (1883–1947) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré.

Mario Castelnuovo-TedescoEdit

Charles-Simon CatelEdit

Georges CaussadeEdit

Maurizio CazzatiEdit

Sergiu CelibidacheEdit

Bohuslav Matěj ČernohorskýEdit

Ignacio CervantesEdit

Beniamino CesiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cesi (1845–1907) studied with teachers including Sigismond Thalberg.

Joel ChadabeEdit

George Whitefield ChadwickEdit

this teacher's teachers
Chadwick (1854–1931) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn and Josef Rheinberger.

Alexandr ChaikovskyEdit

Henri ChallanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Challan (1910–1977) studied with teachers including Henri Büsser and Jean Gallon.

Jacques Champion de ChambonnièresEdit

Claude ChampagneEdit

this teacher's teachers
Champagne (1891–1965) studied with teachers including Alexis Contant, André Gedalge, [[List of music students by teacher: C to F#Raoul Laparra Charles|Raoul Laparra Charles]], and.

Carlos ChávezEdit

Luigi CherubiniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cherubini (1760–1842) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Sarti.

Ernst August Heinrich ChevallierEdit

Camille ChevillardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Chevillard (1859–1923) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias.

Barney ChildsEdit

Frédéric ChopinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Chopin (1810–1849) studied with teachers including Józef Elsner, Wojciech Żywny, and Wilhelm Würfel.

Alexandre-Étienne ChoronEdit

this teacher's teachers
Choron (1771–1834) studied with teachers including Nicolas Roze.

John ChowningEdit

this teacher's teachers
Chowning (born 1934) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Tatyana ChudovaEdit

Charles W. ClarkEdit

this teacher's teachers
Clark (1865–1925) studied with teachers including Eugen Gura, George Henschel, and Alberto Randegger.

Johann Heinrich ClasingEdit

Muzio ClementiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Clementi (1752–1832) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Santarelli.

Frederic CliffeEdit

Helen CoatesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Coates (born 1899, year of death unknown) studied with teachers including Heinrich Gebhard.

Theodor CocciusEdit

Philip CoganEdit

Randolph ColemanEdit

Valborg CollettEdit

this teacher's teachers
Collett studied with teachers including Agathe Backer-Grøndahl.

Giovanni Paolo ColonnaEdit

Edward T. ConeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cone (1917–2004) studied with teachers including Roger Sessions.

Paul ConstantinescuEdit

Alexis ContantEdit

this teacher's teachers
Contant (1858–1918) studied with teachers including Calixa Lavallée.

David ConteEdit

this teacher's teachers
Conte studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Karel Husa, and Steven Stucky.

Georgi ConusEdit

this teacher's teachers
Conus (1862–1933) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev.

Frederick ConverseEdit

this teacher's teachers
Converse (1871–1940) studied with teachers including Carl Baermann, John Knowles Paine, and Josef Rheinberger.

Francis Judd CookeEdit

Henry CookeEdit

Thomas Simpson CookeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cooke (1782–1848) studied with teachers including Tommaso Giordani.

John CooperEdit

Aaron CoplandEdit

this teacher's teachers
Copland (1900–1990) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Rubin Goldmark, Isidor Philipp, and Leonard Wolfson.

William CorbettEdit

Frederick CorderEdit

this teacher's teachers
Corder (1852–1932) studied with teachers including Henry Gadsby, Ferdinand Hiller, and George Alexander Macfarren.

Paul CorderEdit

Urbain CordonnierEdit

Arcangelo CorelliEdit

Domenico CorriEdit

Giuseppe Corsi da CelanoEdit

Alfred CortotEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cortot (1877–1962) studied with teachers including Émile Decombes.

Antonio CotogniEdit

Carlo CotumacciEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cotumacci studied with teachers including Alessandro Scarlatti.

Félix Le CouppeyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Couppey (1811–1887) studied with teachers including Victor Dourlen.

Ambrose CovielloEdit

Henry CowellEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cowell (1897–1965) studied with teachers including Percy Goetschius and Charles Seeger.

Johann Baptist CramerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cramer (1771–1858) studied with teachers including Muzio Clementi.

Ruth Crawford SeegerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Crawford Seeger (1901–1953) studied with teachers including Valborg Collett, Heniot Levy, Louise Robyn, and Charles Seeger.

Girolamo CrescentiniEdit

Paul CrestonEdit

William CrotchEdit

Connie CrothersEdit

this teacher's teachers
Crothers (1941–2016) studied with teachers including Lennie Tristano.

George CrumbEdit

this teacher's teachers
Crumb (born 1929) studied with teachers including Ross Lee Finney.

Dimitrie CuclinEdit

César CuiEdit

G. D. CunninghamEdit

this teacher's teachers
Cunningham (1878–1948) studied with teachers including Josiah Booth.

Maria CurcioEdit

this teacher's teachers
Curcio (1918–2009) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Artur Schnabel.

Alvin CurranEdit

this teacher's teachers
Curran (born 1938) studied with teachers including Elliott Carter.

Clifford CurzonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Curzon (1907–1982) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Katharine Goodson, Wanda Landowska, Tobias Matthay, and Artur Schnabel.

Carl CzernyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Czerny (1791–1857) studied with teachers including Ludwig van Beethoven and Johann Nepomuk Hummel.

DEdit

Ingolf DahlEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dahl (1912–1970) studied with teachers including Volkmar Andreae, Nadia Boulanger, and Philipp Jarnach.

Émile Jaques-DalcrozeEdit

Benjamin DaleEdit

Jeremy Dale RobertsEdit

Luigi DallapiccolaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dallapiccola (1904–1975) studied with teachers including Vito Frazzi.

Leopold DamroschEdit

Charles DanclaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dancla (1817–1907) studied with teachers including Anton Reicha.

Jean-Yves Daniel-LesurEdit

this teacher's teachers
Daniel-Lesur (1908–2002) studied with teachers including Georges Caussade and Jean Gallon.

Edward DannreutherEdit

Innocenz DanziEdit

Joseph Daussoigne-MéhulEdit

this teacher's teachers
Daussoigne-Méhul (1790–1875) studied with teachers including Louis Adam, Charles-Simon Catel, and Étienne Méhul.

Ferdinand DavidEdit

this teacher's teachers
David (1810–1873) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann and Louis Spohr.

Johann Nepomuk DavidEdit

Mario DavidovskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Davidovsky (born 1934) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Aaron Copland, Teodoro Fuchs, and Guillermo Graetzer.

Peter Maxwell DaviesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Davies (1934–2016) studied with teachers including Richard Hall, Earl Kim, Olivier Messiaen, Goffredo Petrassi, and Roger Sessions.

Walford DaviesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Davies (1869–1941) studied with teachers including Hubert Parry Charles Villiers Stanford.

Karl DavydovEdit

this teacher's teachers
Davydov (1838–1889) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann.

John de LancieEdit

this teacher's teachers
de Lancie (1921–2002) studied with teachers including Marcel Tabuteau.

Claude DebussyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Debussy (1862–1918) studied with teachers including Émile Durand, Ernest Guiraud, Albert Lavignac, Antoine François Marmontel, and Antoinette Mauté de Fleurville.

Émile DecombesEdit

Jean-Baptiste DehesseEdit

Siegfried DehnEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dehn (1799–1858) studied with teachers including Bernhard Klein.

Michel Richard DelalandeEdit

Louis DelaquerrièreEdit

Carmine de LaurentiisEdit

Dorothy DeLayEdit

Léo DelibesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Delibes (1836–1891) studied with teachers including Adolphe Adam and François Benoist.

Enrico Delle SedieEdit

Isabelle DelormeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Delorme (1900–1991) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Claude Champagne.

David Del TrediciEdit

this teacher's teachers
Del Tredici (born 1937) studied with teachers including Earl Kim, Roger Sessions, and Seymour Shifrin.

Claude DelvincourtEdit

this teacher's teachers
Delvincourt (1888–1954) studied with teachers including André Gedalge.

Norman DemuthEdit

Edison DenisovEdit

this teacher's teachers
Denisov (1929–1996) studied with teachers including Philip Herschkowitz and Vissarion Shebalin.

Edward Joseph DentEdit

Ludwig DeppeEdit

Lucette DescavesEdit

Henri DesmaretsEdit

Josquin des PrezEdit

Felix Otto DessoffEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dessoff (1835–1892) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann, Ignaz Moscheles, and Julius Rietz.

Max DeutschEdit

this teacher's teachers
Deutsch (1892–1982) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Orpha-F. DeveauxEdit

this teacher's teachers
Deveaux (1872–1933) studied with teachers including Claude Champagne and Alexis Contant.

Jean DevémyEdit

David DiamondEdit

this teacher's teachers
Diamond (1915–2005) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Bernard Rogers.

Emma Lou DiemerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Diemer (born 1927) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson and Paul Hindemith.

John Horman, Peter Liewen, Howard Quilling, Barbara Hirsch

Louis DiémerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Diémer (1843–1919) studied with teachers including François Benoist, Antoine François Marmontel, and Ambroise Thomas.

Vincent d'IndyEdit

this teacher's teachers
d'Indy (1851–1931) studied with teachers including Louis Diémer, César Franck, and Antoine François Marmontel.

Carl Ditters von DittersdorfEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dittersdorf (1739–1799) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Bonno.

Ernő DohnányiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dohnányi (1877–1960) studied with teachers including Hans von Koessler and István Thomán.

Jakob van DomselaerEdit

Franco DonatoniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Donatoni (1927–2000) studied with teachers including Goffredo Petrassi and Ildebrando Pizzetti.

William DoneEdit

Jakob DontEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dont (1815–1888) studied with teachers including Josef Böhm and Georg Hellmesberger.

Anton DoorEdit

this teacher's teachers
Door (1833–1919) studied with teachers including Carl Czerny and Simon Sechter.

Heinrich DornEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dorn (1804–1892) studied with teachers including Ludwig Berger and Carl Friedrich Zelter.

Louis DorusEdit

Victor DourlenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dourlen (1780–1864) studied with teachers including François-Adrien Boieldieu and François-Joseph Gossec.

Alexander DreyschockEdit

Jacob DruckmanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Druckman (1928–1996) studied with teachers including Aaron Copland and Peter Mennin.

Zbigniew DrzewieckiEdit

Théodore DuboisEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dubois (1837–1924) studied with teachers including Ambroise Thomas.

Alexandre DubuqueEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dubuque (1812–1898) studied with teachers including John Field.

Paul DukasEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dukas (1865–1935) studied with teachers including Théodore Dubois, Ernest Guiraud, and Georges Mathias.

Thomas DunhillEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dunhill (1877–1946) studied with teachers including Walter Parratt, W. S. Rockstro, and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Jean-Louis DuportEdit

Jean-Pierre DuportEdit

this teacher's teachers
J.-P. Duport (1741–1818) studied with teachers including Martin Berteau.

Marcel DupréEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dupré (1886–1971) studied with teachers including Alexandre Guilmant and Lazare Lévy.

Gilbert DuprezEdit

this teacher's teachers
Duprez (1806–1896) studied with teachers including Alexandre-Étienne Choron.

Sylvain DupuisEdit

Édouard Du PuyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Du Puy (1770–1822) studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch.

Émile DurandEdit

this teacher's teachers
Durand (1830–1903) studied with teachers including François Bazin.

Francesco DuranteEdit

this teacher's teachers
Durante (1684–1755) studied with teachers including Bernardo Pasquini and Alessandro Scarlatti.

František Xaver DušekEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dušek (1731–1799) studied with teachers including Franz Habermann and Georg Christoph Wagenseil.

Jan Ladislav DussekEdit

Sophia DussekEdit

Henri DutilleuxEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dutilleux (1916–2013) studied with teachers including Henri Büsser, Maurice Emmanuel, Jean Gallon, and Noël Gallon.

Alphonse DuvernoyEdit

Antonín DvořákEdit

this teacher's teachers
Dvořák (1841–1904) studied with teachers including Josef Krejčí.

EEdit

John EatonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Eaton (born 1935) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Edward T. Cone, and Roger Sessions.

Johann Ernst EberlinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Eberlin (1702–1762) studied with teachers including Balthasar Siberer.

Carl EberweinEdit

Clarence EddyEdit

Jean-Frédéric EdelmannEdit

Gilles van den EedenEdit

İsmail Dede EfendiEdit

Abel EhrlichEdit

Heinrich EhrlichEdit

Herbert EimertEdit

this teacher's teachers
Eimert (1897–1972) studied with teachers including Hermann Abendroth and August von Othegraven.

Severin EisenbergerEdit

Antonín EiserEdit

Jan EkierEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ekier (1913–2014) studied with teachers including Zbigniew Drzewiecki and Kazimierz Sikorski.

Edward ElgarEdit

Ernst EllbergEdit

Catharinus EllingEdit

Józef ElsnerEdit

Herbert ElwellEdit

this teacher's teachers
Elwell (1898–1974) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Paul EmerichEdit

Maurice EmmanuelEdit

George EnescuEdit

this teacher's teachers
Enescu (1881–1955) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré, Robert Fuchs, Joseph Hellmesberger, Jr., and Martin Pierre Marsick.

Gustav EngelEdit

Julius EpsteinEdit

Donald ErbEdit

this teacher's teachers
Erb (1927–2008) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Kenneth Gaburo, and Bernhard Heiden.

Eduard ErdmannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Erdmann (1896–1958) studied with teachers including Conrad Ansorge and Heinz Tiessen.

Robert EricksonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Erickson (1917–1997) studied with teachers including Ernst Krenek and Roger Sessions.

Achille ErraniEdit

Michele EspositoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Esposito (1855–1929) studied with teachers including Beniamino Cesi and Paolo Serrao.

Camille EverardiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Everardi (1824–1899) studied with teachers including Manuel García.

[280]==F==

Werner FabriciusEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fabricius studied with teachers including Heinrich Scheidemann and Thomas Selle.

Lorenzo FagoEdit

Nicola FagoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fago (1677–1745) studied with teachers including Francesco Provenzale.

Rolande FalcinelliEdit

Manuel de FallaEdit

Alexander FamintsynEdit

Harold FarbermanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Farberman (born 1929) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Luciano Berio, Aaron Copland, and Lukas Foss.

Harry FarjeonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Harry Farjeon (born 1878) studied with teachers including Battison Haynes, Frederick Corder, and Landon Ronald.

Ferenc FarkasEdit

Antonio FariniEdit

Arthur FarwellEdit

this teacher's teachers
Farwell (1872–1952) studied with teachers including Engelbert Humperdinck.

Carl Friedrich Christian FaschEdit

this teacher's teachers
C. F. Fasch (1736–1800) studied with teachers including Johann Friedrich Fasch, Johann Wilhelm Hertel, and Carl Höckh.

Johann Friedrich FaschEdit

this teacher's teachers
J. F. Fasch (1688–1758) studied with teachers including Johann Kuhnau and Johann Schelle.

Gabriel FauréEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fauré (1845–1924) studied with teachers including Louis Niedermeyer and Camille Saint-Saëns.

André Joseph FauvelEdit

Amy FayEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fay (1844–1928) studied with teachers including Ludwig Deppe, Theodor Kullak, Franz Liszt, and Carl Tausig.

Ilona FehérEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fehér (1901–1988) studied with teachers including Joseph Bloch and Jenő Hubay.

David FelderEdit

this teacher's teachers
Felder (born 1953) studied with teachers including Donald Erb, Robert Erickson, Roger Reynolds, and Bernard Rands.

Morton FeldmanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Feldman (1926–1987) studied with teachers including Wallingford Riegger and Stefan Wolpe.

Fedele FenaroliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fenaroli (1730–1818) studied with teachers including Francesco Durante.

Francesco FeoEdit

Donald FergusonEdit

Howard FergusonEdit

Brian FerneyhoughEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ferneyhough (born 1943) studied with teachers including Ton de Leeuw.

François-Joseph FétisEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fétis (1784–1871) studied with teachers including François-Adrien Boieldieu.

Paul FetlerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fetler (born 1920, died 2018) studied with teachers including Boris Blacher, Paul Hindemith, and Quincy Porter.

Pierre FévrierEdit

Zdeněk FibichEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fibich (1850–1900) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn, Vinzenz Lachner, and Ignaz Moscheles.

John FieldEdit

this teacher's teachers
Field (1782–1837) studied with teachers including Tommaso Giordani, Muzio Clementi, and Johann Georg Albrechtsberger.

Irving FineEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fine (1914–1962) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, Serge Koussevitzky, and Walter Piston.

Ross Lee FinneyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Finney (1906–1997) studied with teachers including Alban Berg, Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Roger Sessions.

Pietro Antonio FioccoEdit

Giovanni Andrea FioroniEdit

Rudolf FirkušnýEdit

this teacher's teachers
Firkušný (1912–1994) studied with teachers including Vilém Kurz and Artur Schnabel.

Edwin FischerEdit

this teacher's teachers
E. Fischer (1886–1960) studied with teachers including Martin Krause.

Johann Christian FischerEdit

Joseph FischhofEdit

Josepha von FladtEdit

Carl FleschEdit

Stanley FletcherEdit

Marie Mauté de FleurvilleEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fleurville (?) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin.

Free FockeEdit

Josef Bohuslav FoersterEdit

this teacher's teachers
Foerster (1859–1951) studied with teachers including František Zdeněk Skuherský.

Emanuel Aloys FörsterEdit

Wolfgang FortnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fortner (1907–1987) studied with teachers including Hermann Grabner.

Lukas FossEdit

this teacher's teachers
Foss (1922–2009) studied with teachers including Noël Gallon, Paul Hindemith, Lazare Lévy, Rosario Scalero, and Isabelle Vengerova.

Jean FournetEdit

Charles Fox (composer, studied with Boulanger 1959-1961)

Frederick A. FoxEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fox (1931–2011) studied with teachers including Bernhard Heiden.

Petronio FranceschiniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Franceschini (1651–1680) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Corsi da Celano and Giacomo Antonio Perti.

César FranckEdit

this teacher's teachers

Friedrich Wilhelm FrankeEdit

Benjamin FrankelEdit

Ignaz FränzlEdit

Vito FrazziEdit

Girolamo FrescobaldiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Frescobaldi (1583–1643) studied with teachers including Luzzasco Luzzaschi.

Peter Racine FrickerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Fricker (1920–1990) studied with teachers including Mátyás Seiber and R. O. Morris.

Alexandro Marie Antoin FridzeriEdit

Carl FriedbergEdit

this teacher's teachers
Friedberg (1872–1955) studied with teachers including Clara Schumann.

Arthur FriedheimEdit

this teacher's teachers
Friedheim (1859–1932) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Eli FriedmanEdit

Ignaz FriedmanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Friedman (1882–1948) studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Theodor Leschetizky, and Hugo Riemann.

Karol Klein https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karol_Klein

Fred FrithEdit

Johannes FritschEdit

Giuseppe FrugattaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Frugatta studied with teachers including Antonio Bazzini.

Gunnar de FrumerieEdit

this teacher's teachers
de Frumerie (1908—1987) studied with teachers including Ernst Ellberg and Lennart Lundberg.

Herbert FryerEdit

Johann Nepomuk FuchsEdit

this teacher's teachers
J. N. Fuchs (1842–1899) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Teodoro FuchsEdit

Robert FuchsEdit

this teacher's teachers
R. Fuchs (1847–1927) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Leo FuntekEdit

Beat FurrerEdit

Johann Joseph FuxEdit

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