List of music students by teacher: K to M

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

KEdit

Mauricio KagelEdit

Jouni KaipainenEdit

Friedrich KalkbrennerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kalkbrenner studied with teachers including Louis Adam.

Hedwig Kammer-RosenthalEdit

M. William KarlinsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Karlins studied with teachers including Philip Bezanson, Vittorio Giannini, and Stefan Wolpe.

Richard KarpenEdit

Leokadiya KashperovaEdit

Igor Stravinsky [pupils]

Eli KassnerEdit

Apolinary KątskiEdit

Nikolai KazanliEdit

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

Donald KeatsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Keats studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Dominick Argento, Henry Cowell, Paul Fetler, Otto Luening, and Quincy Porter.

Milko KelemenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kelemen studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Reginald KellEdit

Homer KellerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Keller studied with teachers including Howard Hanson.

Johann Peter KellnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kellner studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach.

Johann Caspar KerllEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kellner (1627–1693) studied with teachers including Girolamo Frescobaldi and Giovanni Valentini.

Patricia KernEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kern (1927–2015) studied with teachers including Gwynn Parry Jones.

Aaron Jay KernisEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kernis studied with teachers including Jacob Druckman.

Aram KhachaturianEdit

this teacher's teachers
Khachaturian studied with teachers including Reinhold Glière and Nikolai Myaskovsky.

Abdul Wahid KhanEdit

Allauddin KhanEdit

Ali Akbar KhanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Khan (1922–2009) studied with teachers including Allauddin Khan.

Imdad KhanEdit

Yuri KholopovEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kholopov studied with teachers including Semyon Bogatyrev and Philip Herschkowitz.

Tikhon KhrennikovEdit

this teacher's teachers
Khrennikov studied with teachers including Vissarion Shebalin and Nikolai Myaskovsky.

Friedrich KielEdit

Earl KimEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kim (1920–1998) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Roger Sessions.

Yasuji KiyoseEdit

William KincaidEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kincaid (1895–1967) studied with teachers including Georges Barrère.

Johann Erasmus KindermannEdit

Leon KirchnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kirchner studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Roger Sessions.

Dumitru Georgescu KiriacEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kiriac (1866–1928) studied with teachers including Vincent d'Indy, Gabriel Fauré, and Charles-Marie Widor.

Johann KirnbergerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kirnberger (1721–1783) studied with teachers including Johann Sebastian Bach.

Charles Herbert KitsonEdit

Johann Christian KittelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kittel (1732–1809) studied with teachers including Jakob Adlung and J. S. Bach.

Johann Friedrich KittlEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kittl (1806–1868) studied with teachers including Václav Tomášek.

Halfdan KjerulfEdit

Bernhard KleinEdit

Klein (1793–1832), mostly self-taught

Bruno KleinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Klein (1858–1911) studied with teachers including Carl Baermann, Josef Rheinberger, and Franz Wüllner.

Jakob Friedrich KleinknechtEdit

Julius KlengelEdit

Jose KliassEdit

this teacher's teachers
Jose Kliass studied with teachers including Martin Krause.

Karl KlindworthEdit

this teacher's teachers
Klindworth (1830–1916) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Friedrich KloseEdit

this teacher's teachers
Klose (1862–1942) studied with teachers including Anton Bruckner.

Hyacinthe KloséEdit

Augusta Holmès [pupils]

Franz KneiselEdit

Iwan KnorrEdit

Friedrich KochEdit

this teacher's teachers
Koch (1862–1927) studied with teachers including Woldemar Bargiel and Robert Hausmann.

Zoltán KodályEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kodály studied with teachers including Hans von Koessler.

Charles KoechlinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Koechlin (1867–1950) studied with teachers including Gabriel Fauré, André Gedalge, and Jules Massenet.

Hans-Joachim KoellreutterEdit

Gottfried Michael KoenigEdit

Hans von KoesslerEdit

Masayuki KogaEdit

Louis KöhlerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Köhler (1820–1886) studied with teachers including Carl Maria von Bocklet, Simon Sechter, and Ignaz von Seyfried.

Ridley KohnéEdit

Lee KonitzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Konitz (1927–...) studied with teachers including Lennie Tristano.

Aloys and Alfons KontarskyEdit

Mark KopytmanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kopytman (1929–2011) studied with teachers including Roman Simovych.

Włodzimierz KotońskiEdit

Serge KoussevitzkyEdit

Simon KovarEdit

Leopold KozeluchEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kozeluch studied with teachers including František Xaver Dušek.

Antonín KraftEdit

Leo KraftEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kraft studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Randall Thompson.

William KraftEdit

Jonathan KramerEdit

this teacher's teachers

Martin KrauseEdit

this teacher's teachers
Krause studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Josef KrejčíEdit

Ernst KrenekEdit

this teacher's teachers
Krenek studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Franz Schreker.

Franz KrennEdit

this teacher's teachers
Krenn (1816–1897) studied with teachers including Ignaz von Seyfried.

Hermann KretzschmarEdit

Leonid KreutzerEdit

this teacher's teachers
L. Kreutzer (1884–1953) studied with teachers including Alexander Glazunov, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Anna Yesipova.

Rodolphe KreutzerEdit

this teacher's teachers
R. Kreutzer (1766–1831) studied with teachers including Anton Stamitz.

Jaroslav KřičkaEdit

Jean-Baptiste KrumpholzEdit

Ivan KryzhanovskyEdit

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

Johann KuhnauEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kuhnau (1660–1722) studied with teachers including Vincenzo Albrici.

Georg KulenkampffEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kulenkampff (1898–1948) studied with teachers including Leopold Auer and Willy Hess.

Theodor KullakEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kullak (1818–1882) studied with teachers including Albrecht Agthe, Carl Czerny, and Wilhelm Taubert.

Jaap KunstEdit

Michael KurekEdit

Karol KurpińskiEdit

Eugene KurtzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Kurtz studied with teachers including Max Deutsch, Arthur Honegger, and Darius Milhaud.

Vilém KurzEdit

LEdit

Joseph LaborEdit

Helmut LachenmannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lachenmann (born 1935) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk David, Luigi Nono, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Franz LachnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lachner studied with teachers including Simon Sechter and Maximilian Stadler.

Vinzenz LachnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lachner (1811–1893) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter and Maximilian Stadler.

C. K. LadzekpoEdit

Kobla LadzekpoEdit

Charles Philippe LafontEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lafont (1781–1839) studied with teachers including Rodolphe Kreutzer and Pierre Rode.

Théophile LaforgeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Laforge (1863–1918) studied with teachers including Eugène Sauzay.

Pierre LaloEdit

Jacques-Michel Hurel de LamareEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lamare (1772–1823) studied with teachers including Jean-Louis Duport.

Alexander LambertEdit

John LambertEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lambert (1926–1995) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Frederic LamondEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lamond studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

Francesco LampertiEdit

Giovanni Battista LampertiEdit

Wanda LandowskaEdit

Benjamin Johnson LangEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lang studied with teachers including Adriana Hölszky and Alfred Jaëll.

Jean LanglaisEdit

this teacher's teachers
Langlais studied with teachers including Paul Dukas, Marcel Dupré, Noël Gallon, and André Marchal.

Paul LanskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lansky studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Edward T. Cone, Earl Kim, George Perle, James Tenney, and Hugo Weisgall.

Alcides LanzaEdit

this teacher's teachers

John Francis LarchetEdit

this teacher's teachers
Larchet studied with teachers including Michele Esposito and Charles Herbert Kitson.

Eduard LassenEdit

Orlande de LassusEdit

Jacob LateinerEdit

Gaetano LatillaEdit

Ferdinand LaubEdit

this teacher's teachers
Laud (1832–1875) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Thomas LaubEdit

Calixa LavalléeEdit

Albert LavignacEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lavignac (1846–1916) studied with teachers including François Benoist, Antoine François Marmontel, and Ambroise Thomas.

Djane Lavoie-HerzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lavoie-Herz studied with teachers including Alexander Scriabin.

Henry LawesEdit

Henri LazarofEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lazarof (1932–2013) studied with teachers including Paul Ben-Haim.

Madé LebahEdit

Jean-Marie LeclairEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leclair [the older] (1697–1764) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Somis.

Jean-Marie Leclair the youngerEdit

Jean-Pantaléon LeclercEdit

Ton de LeeuwEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leeuw studied with teachers including Jaap Kunst and Olivier Messiaen.

Nicola LeFanuEdit

Yvonne LefébureEdit

Gustave LefèvreEdit

Paul Le FlemEdit

this teacher's teachers
Le Flem (1881–1984) studied with teachers including Vincent d'Indy and Albert Roussel.

Ethel LeginskaEdit

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

Giovanni LegrenziEdit

René LeibowitzEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leibowitz (1913–1972) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern.

Hugo LeichtentrittEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leichtentritt studied with teachers including John Knowles Paine.

Nestor LejeuneEdit

Peter Mandrup LemEdit

Edwin LemareEdit

Jacques-Nicolas LemmensEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lemmens (1823–1881) studied with teachers including François-Joseph Fétis and Adolf Friedrich Hesse.

Henry LemoineEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lemoine (1786–1854) studied with teachers including Anton Reicha.

Charles LenepveuEdit

Carl Petter LenningEdit

Leonardo LeoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leo studied with teachers including Nicola Fago and Francesco Provenzale.

Hubert LéonardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Léonard studied with teachers including Charles Auguste de Bériot and François Habeneck.

Gustav LeonhardtEdit

Fred LerdahlEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lerdahl studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner and Roger Sessions.

Xavier LerouxEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leroux studied with teachers including Théodore Dubois.

Theodor LeschetizkyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Leschetizky studied with teachers including Carl Czerny and Simon Sechter.

Franciszek LesselEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lessel studied with teachers including Joseph Haydn.

Jean-François Le SueurEdit

Hermann LeviEdit

Heniot LevyEdit

Lazare LévyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lévy (1882–1964) studied with teachers including Louis Diémer, André Gedalge, and Albert Lavignac.

David LewinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lewin studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Edward T. Cone, and Earl Kim.

Ingvar LidholmEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lidholm (born 1921) studied with teachers including Hilding Rosenberg.

György LigetiEdit

Jenny LindEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lind studied with teachers including Manuel García and Adolf Fredrik Lindblad.

Magnus LindbergEdit

Adolf Fredrik LindbladEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lindblad studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Zelter.

Ludvig Mathias LindemanEdit

Thomas Linley the elderEdit

David LiptakEdit

Bernhard ListemannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Listemann studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim and Henri Vieuxtemps.

Franz LisztEdit

this teacher's teachers
Liszt studied with teachers including Carl Czerny, Anton Reicha, and Antonio Salieri.

Henry LitolffEdit

Edward LlewellynEdit

Miguel LlobetEdit

this teacher's teachers
Llobet studied with teachers including Francisco Tárrega.

Normand LockwoodEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lockwood studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Ottorino Respighi.

Johann Bernhard LogierEdit

Antonio LolliEdit

Vincenzo LombardiEdit

Marguerite LongEdit

this teacher's teachers
Long studied with teachers including Antoine François Marmontel.

Nikolai LopatnikoffEdit

Richard LoquevilleEdit

Yvonne LoriodEdit

this teacher's teachers
Loriod (1924–2010) studied with teachers including Olivier Messiaen, Darius Milhaud, and Isidor Philipp.

Antonio LottiEdit

Charles LucasEdit

Andrea LuchesiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Luchesi (1741–1801) studied with teachers including Ferdinando Bertoni and Baldassare Galuppi.

Alvin LucierEdit

this teacher's teachers
Lucier (born 1931) studied with teachers including Arthur Berger, Aaron Copland, Lukas Foss, Quincy Porter, and Harold Shapero.

Otto LueningEdit

Lennart LundbergEdit

Giovanni Lorenzo LulierEdit

Witold LutosławskiEdit

Elisabeth LutyensEdit

Luzzasco LuzzaschiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Luzzaschi (c. 1545 – 1607) studied with teachers including Cipriano de Rore and Francesco dalla Viola.

Anatoly LyadovEdit

Boris LyatoshinskyEdit

MEdit

Terence MacDonaghEdit

this teacher's teachers
MacDonagh (1908–1986) studied with teachers including Myrtile Morel and Léon Goossens.

Edward MacDowellEdit

this teacher's teachers
MacDowell studied with teachers including Antoine François Marmontel and Marie Gabriel Augustin Savard.

José MacedaEdit

George Alexander MacfarrenEdit

Giovanni de MacqueEdit

Bruno MadernaEdit

Rudolf MagnusEdit

Alphonse MaillyEdit

Ivo MalecEdit

Gian Francesco MalipieroEdit

Otto MallingEdit

Mathilde MallingerEdit

Francesco ManciniEdit

Eusebius MandyczewskiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mandyczewski (1857–1929) studied with teachers including Robert Fuchs and Gustav Nottebohm.

Leopold MannesEdit

Eduard MantiusEdit

André MarchalEdit

this teacher's teachers
Marchal studied with teachers including Eugène Gigout.

Louis MarchandEdit

Mathilde MarchesiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Marchesi (1821–1913) studied with teachers including Manuel García.

Gaetano MarinelliEdit

Antoine François MarmontelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Marmontel (1816–1898) studied with teachers including Victor Dourlen, Fromental Halévy, Jean-François Le Sueur, and Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann.

Friedrich Wilhelm MarpurgEdit

Frank MarshallEdit

Martin Pierre MarsickEdit

this teacher's teachers
Marsick studied with teachers including Hubert Léonard and Lambert Massart.

Maurice MartenotEdit

Frank MartinEdit

Giovanni Battista MartiniEdit

this teacher's teachers
"Padre Martini" studied with teachers including Giacomo Antonio Perti.

Vicente Martín y SolerEdit

Salvatore MartiranoEdit

Bohuslav MartinůEdit

Adolf Bernhard MarxEdit

Eduard MarxsenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Marxsen (1806–1887) studied with teachers including Carl Maria von Bocklet, Johann Heinrich Clasing, and Ignaz von Seyfried.

William MasonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mason (1829–1908) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann, Franz Liszt, Ignaz Moscheles, and Henry Schmidt.

Angelo MascheroniEdit

Lambert MassartEdit

this teacher's teachers
Massart (1811–1892) studied with teachers including Rodolphe Kreutzer.

Jules MassenetEdit

this teacher's teachers
Massenet (1842–1912) studied with teachers including Ernest Guiraud, Napoléon Henri Reber, and Marie Gabriel Augustin Savard.

Georges MathiasEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mathias studied with teachers including François Bazin, Frédéric Chopin, and Fromental Halévy.

Stanislao MatteiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mattei (1750–1825) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Martini.

Tobias MatthayEdit

this teacher's teachers
Matthay studied with teachers including William Sterndale Bennett, George Macfarren, Ebenezer Prout, and Arthur Sullivan.

Antoinette Mauté de FleurvilleEdit

Nicholas MawEdit

this teacher's teachers
Maw studied with teachers including Lennox Berkeley and Nadia Boulanger.

Richard MaxfieldEdit

this teacher's teachers
Maxfield studied with teachers including John Cage, Aaron Copland, Luigi Dallapiccola, Ernst Krenek, Bruno Maderna, and Roger Sessions.

František MaxiánEdit

this teacher's teachers
Maxián (1907–1971) studied with teachers including Vilém Kurz.

Charles MayerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mayer studied with teachers including John Field.

Wilhelm MayerEdit

Simon MayrEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mayr (1763–1845) studied with teachers including Ferdinando Bertoni.

Carl MayrbergerEdit

Joseph MaysederEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mayseder (1789–1863) studied with teachers including Emanuel Aloys Förster, Ignaz Schuppanzigh, and Paul Wranitzky.

Alberto MazzucatoEdit

John Blackwood McEwenEdit

this teacher's teachers
McEwen (1868–1948) studied with teachers including Tobias Matthay and Ebenezer Prout.

Colin McPheeEdit

this teacher's teachers
McPhee (1900–1964) studied with teachers including Arthur Friedheim, Gustav Strube, and Edgard Varèse.

Lambert Joseph MeertsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Meerts (1800–1863) studied with teachers including Pierre Baillot and Jean-Henri Simon.

Étienne MéhulEdit

this teacher's teachers
Méhul (1763–1817) studied with teachers including Jean-Frédéric Edelmann and Wilhelm Hanser.

Gustav MeierEdit

Felix MendelssohnEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mendelssohn (1809–1847) studied with teachers including Ludwig Berger, Ignaz Moscheles, and Carl Friedrich Zelter.

Manuel MendesEdit

Martin-Joseph MengalEdit

Peter MenninEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mennin studied with teachers including Howard Hanson, Normand Lockwood, and Bernard Rogers.

Tugdual MenonEdit

Gian Carlo MenottiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Menotti studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Rosario Scalero.

Yehudi MenuhinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Menuhin studied with teachers including George Enescu and Louis Persinger.

Saverio MercadanteEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mercadante studied with teachers including Fedele Fenaroli.

Aarre MerikantoEdit

A. Tillman MerrittEdit

Claudio MeruloEdit

this teacher's teachers
Merulo (1533–1604) studied with teachers including Tugdual Menon.

Carlos de MesquitaEdit

Olivier MessiaenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Messiaen (1908–1992) studied with teachers including Paul Dukas, Marcel Dupré, Maurice Emmanuel, Jean Gallon, Noël Gallon, and Charles-Marie Widor.

As well as being a prominent composer, the Frenchman Olivier Messiaen was a noted teacher of musical analysis, harmony and composition at the Paris Conservatoire from the 1940s until he retired in 1978. He also taught classes at the Darmstadt new music summer school in 1949 and 1950. This list of students of Olivier Messiaen contains some of the musicians who (like Pierre Boulez, Yvonne Loriod and George Benjamin) attended his classes, or who (like Peter Hill and Jennifer Bate) studied privately with the composer or collaborated with him in preparation for their performances of his music.

*Jenny McLeod

MetastasioEdit

Leonard B. MeyerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Meyer studied with teachers including Stefan Wolpe, Otto Luening, and Aaron Copland.

Aleksander MichałowskiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Michałowski studied with teachers including Theodor Coccius, Karol Mikuli, Ignaz Moscheles, and Carl Reinecke.

Wilhelm MiddelschulteEdit

this teacher's teachers
Middelschulte (1863–1943) studied with teachers including Carl August Haupt.

Hubert Stanley MiddletonEdit

Karol MikuliEdit

Moritz MildnerEdit

Darius MilhaudEdit

this teacher's teachers
Milhaud studied with teachers including Vincent d'Indy and André Gedalge.

“ * “Maria Teresa Prieto

Rosalie MillerEdit

Anthony MilnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Milner studied with teachers including R. O. Morris and Mátyás Seiber.

Miloje MilojevićEdit

Nathan MilsteinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Milstein (1904–1992) studied with teachers including Leopold Auer, Pyotr Stolyarsky, and Eugène Ysaÿe.

Akira MiyoshiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Miyoshi studied with teachers including Henri Challan, Raymond Gallois-Montbrun, Kozaburo Hirai, and Tomojirō Ikenouchi.

Emil MłynarskiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Młynarski (1870–1935) studied with teachers including Leopold Auer, Anatoly Lyadov, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Robert MoevsEdit

Jérôme-Joseph de MomignyEdit

Stanisław MoniuszkoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Moniuszko studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Rungenhagen.

John La MontaineEdit

this teacher's teachers
La Montaine studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Howard Hanson, and Bernard Rogers.

Antonio MontanariEdit

Philippe de MonteEdit

Pierre MonteuxEdit

this teacher's teachers
Monteux (1875–1964) studied with teachers including Théophile Laforge.

Claudio MonteverdiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Monteverdi studied with teachers including Marc'Antonio Ingegneri.

Cristóbal de MoralesEdit

Giovanni MorandiEdit

Henri MoreauEdit

Orlando MorganEdit

Francesco MorlacchiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Morlacchi studied with teachers including Stanislao Mattei.

R. O. MorrisEdit

Robert MorrisEdit

this teacher's teachers
Morris studied with teachers including Leslie Bassett, Ross Lee Finney, Eugene Kurtz, and John La Montaine.

Composition

Theory

Ignaz MoschelesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Moscheles studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, Muzio Clementi, and Bedřich Diviš Weber.

Konstantin MostrasEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mostras (1886–1965) studied with teachers including Boris Sibor.

Moritz MoszkowskiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Moszkowski studied with teachers including Theodor Kullak.

Felix MottlEdit

Henry MouleEdit

Luiz António de MouraEdit

Alexander MoyzesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Moyzes (1906–1984) studied with teachers including Vítězslav Novák.

Franz Xaver Wolfgang MozartEdit

Leopold MozartEdit

this teacher's teachers
L. Mozart (1719–1787) studied with teachers including Balthasar Siberer.

Wolfgang Amadeus MozartEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mozart studied with teachers including Leopold Mozart, Giovanni Battista Martini, and Giusto Fernando Tenducci.

Gottlieb Friedrich MüllerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Müller studied with teachers including Johann Gottlieb Goldberg.

Gordon MummaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Mumma (born 1935) studied with teachers including Ross Lee Finney.

Tristan MurailEdit

Thea MusgraveEdit

this teacher's teachers
Musgrave studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger and Aaron Copland.

Nikolai MyaskovskyEdit

this teacher's teachers

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