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List of music students by teacher: G to J

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

GEdit

Andrea GabrieliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gabrieli (1532/1533 – 1585) studied with teachers including Orlande de Lassus.

Giovanni GabrieliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gabrieli (c. 1554/1557 – 1612) studied with teachers including Andrea Gabrieli and Orlande de Lassus.

Domenico GabrielliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gabrielli (1651/1659 – 1690) studied with teachers including Petronio Franceschini, Giovanni Legrenzi, and Giacomo Antonio Perti.

Kenneth GaburoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gaburo (1926–1993) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson.

Niels GadeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gade (1817–1890) studied with teachers including Frederik Thorkildsen Wexschall.

Tommaso GaffiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gaffi (1667–1744) studied with teachers including Bernardo Pasquini.

Ercole GaibaraEdit

Ivan GalamianEdit

this teacher's teachers
Galamian (1903–1981) studied with teachers including Lucien Capet and Konstantin Mostras.

Paolo GallicoEdit

Raymond Gallois-MontbrunEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gallois-Montbrun (1918–1994) studied with teachers including Henri Büsser, Jean Gallon, Noël Gallon, and Firmin Touche.

Jean GallonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gallon (1878–1959) studied with teachers including Albert Lavignac and Charles Lenepveu.

Noël GallonEdit

Baldassare GaluppiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Galuppi (1706–1785) studied with teachers including Antonio Lotti.

Johann Baptist GänsbacherEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gänsbacher (1778–1844) studied with teachers including Georg Joseph Vogler.

Eugenie GarciaEdit

Gustave GarciaEdit

Manuel García, Jr.Edit

Manuel García, Sr.Edit

Ramón GargalloEdit

Francesco GaspariniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gasparini (1661–1727) studied with teachers including Bernardo Pasquini.

Philippe GaubertEdit

Pierre GavinièsEdit

Heinrich GebhardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gebhard (1878–1963) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

André GedalgeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gedalge (1856–1926) studied with teachers including Ernest Guiraud.

Francesco GeminianiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Geminiani (1687–1762) studied with teachers including Arcangelo Corelli and Alessandro Scarlatti.

Harald GenzmerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Genzmer (1909–2007) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith.

Friedrich GernsheimEdit

Roberto GerhardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gerhard (1896–1970) studied with teachers including Felip Pedrell and Arnold Schoenberg.

François-Auguste GevaertEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gevaert (1828–1908) studied with teachers including Martin-Joseph Mengal.

Giorgio Federico GhediniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ghedini (1892–1965) studied with teachers including Marco Enrico Bossi.

Vittorio GianniniEdit

Reine GianoliEdit

Christopher GibbonsEdit

Walter GiesekingEdit

Eugène GigoutEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gigout (1844–1925) studied with teachers including Camille Saint-Saëns.

Anthony GilbertEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gilbert (born 1934) studied with teachers including Alexander Goehr.

Georges GilletEdit

Alberto GinasteraEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ginastera (1916–1983) studied with teachers including Aaron Copland.

Tommaso GiordaniEdit

Narcisse GirardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Girard (1797–1860) studied with teachers including Pierre Baillot and Anton Reicha.

Alexander GlazunovEdit

this teacher's teachers
Glazunov (1865–1936) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Reinhold GlièreEdit

this teacher's teachers
Glière (1875–1956) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky, Georgi Conus, Jan Hřímalý, Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, and Sergei Taneyev.

Mikhail GlinkaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Glinka (1804–1857) studied with teachers including Siegfried Dehn and Charles Mayer.

Christoph Willibald GluckEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gluck (1714–1787) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Sammartini.

Walter GmeindlEdit

Benjamin GodardEdit

Alexander GoehrEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goehr (born 1932) studied with teachers including Richard Hall, Olivier Messiaen, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Percy GoetschiusEdit

Johann Gottlieb GoldbergEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goldberg (1727–1756) studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach.

Alexander GoldenweiserEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goldenweiser (1875–1961) studied with teachers including Vassily Safonoff and Sergei Taneyev.

Friedrich GoldmannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goldmann (1941–2009) studied with teachers including Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Rubin GoldmarkEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goldmark (1872–1936) studied with teachers including Antonín Dvořák and Johann Nepomuk Fuchs.

Boris GoldovskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goldovsky (1908–2001) studied with teachers including Ernő Dohnányi and Artur Schnabel.

Katharine GoodsonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goodson (1872–1958) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

Léon GoossensEdit

this teacher's teachers
Goossens (1897–1988) studied with teachers including Charles Reynolds.

Henryk GóreckiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Górecki (1933–2010) studied with teachers including Bolesław Szabelski.

François-Joseph GossecEdit

Charles GounodEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gounod (1818–1893) studied with teachers including Anton Reicha, Jean-François Le Sueur, and Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann.

N. GovindarajanEdit

Hermann GrabnerEdit

Hermann GraedenerEdit

Joseph GraetzEdit

Guillermo GraetzerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Graetzer (1914–1993) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith.

Percy GraingerEdit

Enrique GranadosEdit

Giuseppina GrassiniEdit

Johann Gottlieb GraunEdit

this teacher's teachers
Graun (1703–1771) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Pisendel and Giuseppe Tartini.

Gaetano GrecoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Greco (ca. 1657 – ca. 1728) studied with teachers including Giovanni Salvatore and Gennaro Ursino.

Maurice GreeneEdit

this teacher's teachers
Greene (1696–1755) studied with teachers including Richard Brind.

Edvard GriegEdit

this teacher's teachers
Grieg (1843–1907) studied with teachers including Niels Gade, Salomon Jadassohn, Ignaz Moscheles, Louis Plaidy, and Carl Reinecke.

Gérard GriseyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Grisey (1946–1998) studied with teachers including Henri Dutilleux, Olivier Messiaen, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Ernst GröschelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Gröschel (1918–2000) studied with teachers including Emil von Sauer.

Gabriel GrovlezEdit

this teacher's teachers
Grovlez (1879–1944) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré.

Georg Wilhelm GruberEdit

Jakob GrünEdit

this teacher's teachers
Grün (1837–1916) studied with teachers including Joseph Böhm.

Gaetano GuadagniEdit

Gioseffo GuamiEdit

Alberto GuerreroEdit

Francisco GuerreroEdit

Pedro GuerreroEdit

Alexandre GuilmantEdit

this teacher's teachers
Guilmant (1837–1911) studied with teachers including Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens.

Ernest GuiraudEdit

this teacher's teachers
Guiraud (1837–1892) studied with teachers including Antoine François Marmontel.

Friedrich GuldaEdit

Eugen GuraEdit

HEdit

Alois HábaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hába (1893–1973) studied with teachers including Vítězslav Novák and Franz Schreker.

François HabeneckEdit

Franz HabermannEdit

Parashkev HadjievEdit

Georg HahnEdit

Andre HajduEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hajdu (1932–2016) studied with teachers including Zoltan Kodaly, Olivier Messiaen, and Darius Milhaud.

Fromental HalévyEdit

Rodolfo HalffterEdit

Karel HalířEdit

this teacher's teachers
Halíř (1859–1909) studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim.

Richard HallEdit

Charles HalléEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hallé (1819–1895) studied with teachers including Christian Heinrich Rinck.

Anton HalmEdit

Bengt HambraeusEdit

Eero HämeenniemiEdit

Anton Joseph HampelEdit

George Frideric HandelEdit

J. N. HanffEdit

Ilmari HannikainenEdit

Wilhelm HanserEdit

Howard HansonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hanson studied with teachers including Percy Goetschius and Arne Oldberg.

Raymond HansonEdit

John HarbisonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Harbison studied with teachers including Walter Piston and Roger Sessions.

Roy HarrisEdit

this teacher's teachers
Harris studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Arthur Farwell.

Lou HarrisonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Harrison studied with teachers including Henry Cowell, K. P. H. Notoprojo, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Margaret HarshawEdit

Johan Peter Emilius HartmannEdit

Jonathan HarveyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Harvey studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt.

Kunihiko HashimotoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hashimoto (1904–1949) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Egon Wellesz.

Johann Adolph HasseEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hasse (baptised 1699 – 1783) studied with teachers including Alessandro Scarlatti and Johann Theile.

Alphonse HasselmansEdit

Roman Haubenstock-RamatiEdit

Josef Matthias HauerEdit

Carl August HauptEdit

this teacher's teachers
Haupt (1810–1891) studied with teachers including August Wilhelm Bach.

Moritz HauptmannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hauptmann studied with teachers including Francesco Morlacchi and Louis Spohr.

Robert HausmannEdit

Fumio HayasakaEdit

Walter Battison HaynesEdit

Joseph HaydnEdit

this teacher's teachers
Haydn (1732–1809) studied with teachers including Nicola Porpora.

Michael HaydnEdit

Hugo HeermannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Heermann (1844–1935) studied with teachers including Lambert Joseph Meerts.

Bernhard HeidenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Heiden studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith and Robert Moffat Palmer.

Jascha HeifetzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Heifetz (1901–1987) studied with teachers including Leopold Auer.

Johann David HeinichenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Heinichen studied with teachers including Johann Kuhnau and Johann Schelle.

Paavo HeininenEdit

John HeissEdit

this teacher's teachers

Stephen HellerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Heller studied with teachers including Carl Czerny.

Georg Hellmesberger, Sr.Edit

this teacher's teachers
G. Hellmesberger, Sr. (1800–1873) studied with teachers including Joseph Böhm and Emanuel Aloys Förster.

Joseph Hellmesberger, Jr.Edit

this teacher's teachers
J. Hellmesberger, Jr. (1855–1907) studied with teachers including Joseph Hellmesberger, Sr..

Joseph Hellmesberger, Sr.Edit

this teacher's teachers
J. Hellmesberger, Sr. (1828–1893) studied with teachers including Georg Hellmesberger, Sr..

Mara Margaret HelmuthEdit

Pierre HenryEdit

this teacher's teachers
Henry (born 1927) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen.

George HenschelEdit

Adolf von HenseltEdit

this teacher's teachers
Henselt (1814–1889) studied with teachers including Ludwig Berger, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Simon Sechter, and Josepha von Fladt.

Hans Werner HenzeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Henze studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner and René Leibowitz.

Philip HerschkowitzEdit

Johann Wilhelm HertelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hertel (1727–1789) studied with teachers including Franz Benda and Carl Höckh.

Richard HervigEdit

Henri HerzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Herz (1803–1888) studied with teachers including Louis-Barthélémy Pradher and Anton Reicha.

Norman HerzbergEdit

Rogier de HesdinEdit

Willy HessEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hess (1859–1939) studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim.

Adolf Friedrich HesseEdit

Richard HeubergerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Heuberger studied with teachers including Robert Fuchs and Wilhelm Mayer.

William HibbardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hibbard studied with teachers including Francis Judd Cooke.

Edward Burlingame HillEdit

Ferdinand HillerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hiller (1811–1885) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk Hummel and Aloys Schmitt.

Johann Adam HillerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hiller (1728–1804) studied with teachers including Gottfried August Homilius.

Lejaren HillerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hiller studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt and Roger Sessions.

Paul HindemithEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hindemith studied with teachers including Bernhard Sekles.

Grete HinterhoferEdit

Kozaburo HiraiEdit

Rozalie HirsEdit

Joseph HislopEdit

Jacob HochbruckerEdit

Carl HöckhEdit

Sydney HodkinsonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hodkinson studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Edward T. Cone, and Roger Sessions.

K. David van HoesenEdit

Finn HøffdingEdit

Cynthia HoffmannEdit

Paul HofhaimerEdit

Josef HofmannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hofmann (1876–1957) studied with teachers including Moritz Moszkowski, Anton Rubinstein, and Heinrich Urban.

Robin HollowayEdit

this teacher's teachers
Holloway (born 1943) studied with teachers including Alexander Goehr.

Vagn HolmboeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Holmboe studied with teachers including Finn Høffding and Knud Jeppesen.

Ignaz HolzbauerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Holzbauer studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux.

Gottfried August HomiliusEdit

this teacher's teachers
Homilius (1714–1785) studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach.

Arthur HoneggerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Honegger studied with teachers including Vincent d'Indy, André Gedalge, and Charles-Marie Widor.

J. L. HopkinsEdit

Camillo (Kamillo) HornEdit

Charles Edward HornEdit

this teacher's teachers
Horn studied with teachers including Charles Frederick Horn.

Charles Frederick HornEdit

this teacher's teachers
Horn studied with teachers including Christoph Gottlieb Schröter.

Jan HornzielEdit

Vladimir HorowitzEdit

Mieczysław HorszowskiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Horszowski studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

Alan HovhanessEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hovhaness studied with teachers including Frederick Converse, Heinrich Gebhard, and Bohuslav Martinů.

Herbert HowellsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Howells studied with teachers including Charles Villiers Stanford and Charles Wood.

Adriana HölszkyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hölszky studied with teachers including Ştefan Niculescu.

Jan HřímalýEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hřímalý (1844–1915) studied with teachers including Moritz Mildner.

Jenő HubayEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hubay studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim.

Klaus HuberEdit

this teacher's teachers
Huber studied with teachers including Boris Blacher.

Bronisław HubermanEdit

Candelario HuizarEdit

Johann Nepomuk HummelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hummel studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Antonio Salieri.

Engelbert HumperdinckEdit

this teacher's teachers
Humperdinck (1854–1921) studied with teachers including Friedrich Gernsheim and Josef Rheinberger.

Karel HusaEdit

Ernest HutchesonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hutcheson (1871–1951) studied with teachers including Carl Reinecke and Bernhard Stavenhagen.

Brenda HutchinsonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hutchinson studied with teachers including Robert Erickson, Pauline Oliveros, and Roger Reynolds.

Lee HylaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Hyla studied with teachers including John Heiss, David Lewin, and Malcolm Peyton.

IEdit

JEdit

Gordon JacobEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jacob studied with teachers including Herbert Howells and Charles Villiers Stanford.

Frederick JacobiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jacobi (1891–1952) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch, Paolo Gallico, and Rubin Goldmark.

Simon E. JacobsohnEdit

Salomon JadassohnEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jadassohn (1831–1902) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann and Julius Rietz.

Hyacinthe JadinEdit

Alfred JaëllEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jaëll studied with teachers including Carl Czerny and Ignaz Moscheles.

Philip JamesEdit

Leoš JanáčekEdit

this teacher's teachers
Janáček (1854–1928) studied with teachers including Franz Krenn, Carl Reinecke, and František Zdeněk Skuherský.

Giuseppe JannacconiEdit

Philipp JarnachEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jarnach studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Paul Juon, and Albert Lavignac.

Józef JarzębskiEdit

Hanns JelinekEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jelinek studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

John JenkinsEdit

Donald JenniEdit

Knud JeppesenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jeppesen studied with teachers including Carl Nielsen.

Karel Boleslav JirákEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jirák studied with teachers including Josef Bohuslav Foerster and Vítězslav Novák.

Joseph JoachimEdit

this teacher's teachers
Joachim (1831–1907) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann and Stanisław Serwaczyński.

Ben JohnstonEdit

this teacher's teachers

Niccolò JommelliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jommeli (1714–1774) studied with teachers including Francesco Durante, Francesco Feo, and Leonardo Leo.

Philly Joe JonesEdit

Richard JonesEdit

Mihail JoraEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jora studied with teachers including Robert Teichmüller.

Rafael JoseffyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Joseffy (1852–1915) studied with teachers including Ignaz Moscheles.

Paul JuonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Juon (1872–1940) studied with teachers including Anton Arensky, Jan Hřímalý, and Sergei Taneyev.

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