List of music students by teacher: T to Z

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

TEdit

Marcel TabuteauEdit

this teacher's teachers[1]
Tabuteau (1887–1966) studied with teachers including Georges Gillet.

Nicola TacchinardiEdit

Paul TaffanelEdit

Steven TakasugiEdit

Toru TakemitsuEdit

this teacher's teachers
Takemitsu (1930–1996) studied with teachers including Fumio Hayasaka and Yasuji Kiyose.

Tan XiaolinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Xiaolin studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith.

Sergei TaneyevEdit

this teacher's teachers
Taneyev (1856–1915) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rubinstein and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Daniel TarquínioEdit

this teacher's teachers
Daniel Tarquínio studied with teachers including Sylvio Robazzi, Elza Gushiken, and Nadeszda Eismont.

Francisco TárregaEdit

Giuseppe TartiniEdit

Wilhelm TaubertEdit

this teacher's teachers
Taubert (1811–1891) studied with teachers including Ludwig Berger and Bernhard Klein.

Dorothy TaubmanEdit

Carl TausigEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tausig (1841–1871) studied with teachers including Franz Liszt.

John TavenerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tavener (1944–2013) studied with teachers including Lennox Berkeley.

Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tchaikovsky (1840–1893) studied with teachers including Anton Rubinstein and Nikolai Zaremba.

Ivan TcherepninEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tcherepnin (1943–1998) studied with teachers including Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Nikolai TcherepninEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tcherepnin (1873–1945) studied with teachers including Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Serge TcherepninEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tcherepnin (born 1941) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Pierre Boulez, Herbert Eimert, Leon Kirchner, Luigi Nono, Isidor Philipp, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Ignaz Amadeus TedescoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tedesco (1817–1882) studied with teachers including Václav Tomášek.

Robert TeichmüllerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Teichmüller (1863–1939) studied with teachers including Carl Reinecke.

Georg Philipp TelemannEdit

Rafael TelloEdit

Emil TelmányiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Telmányi (1892–1988) studied with teachers including Joseph Joachim.

Wayan TembresEdit

Giusto Fernando TenducciEdit

James TenneyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tenney (1934–2006) studied with teachers including Kenneth Gaburo, Lejaren Hiller, Harry Partch, Edgard Varèse, and Chou Wen-chung.

Michael TenzerEdit

this teacher's teachers

Lionel TertisEdit

Sigismond ThalbergEdit

this teacher's teachers
Thalberg (1812–1871) studied with teachers including Carl Czerny, Ignaz Moscheles, and Simon Sechter.

Hilda ThegerströmEdit

this teacher's teachers
Thegerström (1838–1907) studied with teachers including Franz Berwald.

Johann TheileEdit

this teacher's teachers
Theile (1646–1724) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schütz.

Willi ThernEdit

Jacques ThibaudEdit

Ambroise ThomasEdit

this teacher's teachers
Thomas (1811–1896) studied with teachers including Jean-François Le Sueur and Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann.

István ThománEdit

Diane ThomeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Thome (born 1942) studied with teachers including Milton Babbitt, Roy Harris, Darius Milhaud, Robert Strassburg, and Dorothy Taubman.

Randall ThompsonEdit

César ThomsonEdit

Virgil ThomsonEdit

this teacher's teachers
Thomson (1896–1989) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Edward Burlingame Hill, and Rosario Scalero.

Ludwig ThuilleEdit

this teacher's teachers
Thuille (1861–1907) studied with teachers including Carl Baermann, Joseph Pembaur, and Josef Rheinberger.

Jukka TiensuuEdit

Heinz TiessenEdit

Edgar TinelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tinel (1854–1912) studied with teachers including Louis Brassin and François-Auguste Gevaert.

Yakov TkatchEdit

Ernst TochEdit

this teacher's teachers
Toch (1887–1964) studied with teachers including Willy Rehberg.

Václav TomášekEdit

Tomášek (1774–1850, also 'Tomaschek'), autodidact

István TomkaEdit

Giuseppe TorelliEdit

Laurits Christian TørsleffEdit

Arturo ToscaniniEdit

this teacher's teachers
Toscanini (1867–1957) studied with teachers including Leandro Carini and Giusto Dacci.

Firmin ToucheEdit

Charles TournemireEdit

Donald ToveyEdit

Tommaso TraettaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Traetta (1727–1779) studied with teachers including Nicola Porpora.

Gilles TremblayEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tremblay (born 1932) studied with teachers including Yvonne Loriod, Maurice Martenot, Olivier Messiaen, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Lennie TristanoEdit

Giacomo TrittoEdit

František TůmaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Tůma (1704–1774) studied with teachers including Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský and Johann Joseph Fux.

Józef TurczyńskiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Turczyński (1884–1953) studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni and Anna Yesipova.

Joaquín TurinaEdit

Daniel Gottlob TürkEdit

this teacher's teachers
Türk (1750–1813) studied with teachers including Johann Adam Hiller and Gottfried August Homilius.

Robert TurnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Turner (1920–2012) studied with teachers including Claude Champagne, Roy Harris, Herbert Howells, Gordon Jacob, and Olivier Messiaen.

Burnet TuthillEdit

Hans TutschkuEdit

"Blue" Gene TyrannyEdit

UEdit

Marco UccelliniEdit

Delphine UgaldeEdit

Vincenzo UgoliniEdit

Chinary UngEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ung studied with teachers including Chou Wen-chung and Mario Davidovsky.

Heinrich UrbanEdit

Erich UrbannerEdit

Gennaro UrsinoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Ursino (1650–1715) studied with teachers including Giovanni Salvatore.

Anton UrspruchEdit

this teacher's teachers
Urspruch (1850–1907) studied with teachers including Franz Lachner, Franz Liszt, and Joachim Raff.

Vladimir UssachevskyEdit

VEdit

Fartein ValenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Valen (1887–1952) studied with teachers including Catharinus Elling.

Giovanni ValentiniEdit

Giovanni ValesiEdit

Francesco Antonio VallottiEdit

Gilius van BergeijkEdit

David Van VactorEdit

Edgard VarèseEdit

Sergei VasilenkoEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vasilenko (1872–1956) studied with teachers including Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov and Sergei Taneyev.

Ralph Vaughan WilliamsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vaughan Williams (1872–1958) studied with teachers including Hubert Parry, Maurice Ravel, Charles Villiers Stanford, and Charles Wood.

Aurelio de la VegaEdit

Isabelle VengerovaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vengerova (1877–1956) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Anna Yesipova.

John VerrallEdit

this teacher's teachers
Verrall (1908–2001) studied with teachers including Aaron Copland, Donald Ferguson, Roy Harris, Frederick Jacobi, Zoltán Kodály, and R. O. Morris.

Pauline ViardotEdit

this teacher's teachers
Viardot (1821–1910) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin and Anton Reicha.

Paul VidalEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vidal (1863–1931) studied with teachers including Jules Massenet.

Carles VidiellaEdit

Carlo VidussoEdit

Louis VierneEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vierne (1870–1937) studied with teachers including César Franck and Charles-Marie Widor.

Henri VieuxtempsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vieuxtemps (1820–1881) studied with teachers including Charles Auguste de Bériot, Anton Reicha, Simon Sechter, and Jean-Henri Simon.

Heitor Villa-LobosEdit

Alexander VilloingEdit

Ricardo ViñesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Viñes (1875-1943) studied with teachers including Charles-Wilfrid de Bériot, Benjamin Godard, and Albert Lavignac.

Francesco dalla ViolaEdit

Giovanni Battista ViottiEdit

this teacher's teachers
Viotti (1755–1824) studied with teachers including Gaetano Pugnani.

János ViskiEdit

Tomaso Antonio VitaliEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vitali (1663–1745) studied with teachers including Antonio Maria Pacchioni.

Jāzeps VītolsEdit

Loreto VittoriEdit

Antonio VivaldiEdit

Pancho VladigerovEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vladigerov (1899–1978) studied with teachers including Friedrich Gernsheim.

Wladimir VogelEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vogel (1896–1984) studied with teachers including Heinz Tiessen.

Georg Joseph VoglerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Vogler (1749 - 1814) studied with teachers including Francesco Antonio Vallotti.

Robert VolkmannEdit

Georg Jacob VollweilerEdit

Han de VriesEdit

this teacher's teachers
de Vries (1941–present) studied with teachers including Jaap Stotijn.

WEdit

Bernard WagenaarEdit

Diderik WagenaarEdit

Johan WagenaarEdit

Georg Christoph WagenseilEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wagenseil (1715–1777) studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux.

Bruno WalterEdit

this teacher's teachers
Walter (1876–1962) studied with teachers including Robert Radeke.

Johann Gottfried WaltherEdit

Bedřich Diviš WeberEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weber (1766-1842) studied with teachers including Georg Joseph Vogler.

Carl Maria von WeberEdit

this teacher's teachers

Anton WebernEdit

this teacher's teachers
Webern (1883–1945) studied with teachers including Guido Adler and Arnold Schoenberg.

Georg Caspar WeckerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wecker (1632–1695) studied with teachers including Johann Erasmus Kindermann.

Adolf WeidigEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weidig (1867–1931) studied with teachers including Hugo Riemann.

Jacob WeinbergEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weinberg (1879–1956) studied with teachers including Sergei Taneyev.

Leó WeinerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weiner (1885–1960) studied with teachers including Hans von Koessler.

Christian Ehregott WeinligEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weinlig (1743–1813) studied with teachers including Gottfried August Homilius.

Christian Theodor WeinligEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weinlig (1780–1842) studied with teachers including Christian Ehregott Weinlig and Stanislao Mattei.

John WeinzweigEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weinzweig (1913–2006) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson, Bernard Rogers, and Healey Willan.

Hugo WeisgallEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weisgall (1912–1997) studied with teachers including Rosario Scalero and Roger Sessions.

Hans WeisseEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weisse (1892–1940) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schenker.

Carl Friedrich WeitzmannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Weitzmann (1808–1880) studied with teachers including Moritz Hauptmann.

Dan WelcherEdit

this teacher's teachers
Welcher (born 1948) studied with teachers including Samuel Adler.

Egon WelleszEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wellesz (1885–1974) studied with teachers including Guido Adler and Arnold Schoenberg.

Richard WernickEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wernick (born 1934) studied with teachers including Arthur Berger, Boris Blacher, Irving Fine, Leon Kirchner, Harold Shapero, and Ernst Toch.

Peter WestergaardEdit

this teacher's teachers
Westergaard (born 1931) studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner, Darius Milhaud, and Roger Sessions.

Frederik Thorkildsen WexschallEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wexschall (1798–1845) studied with teachers including Peter Mandrup Lem and Louis Spohr.

José White LafitteEdit

Arthur WhitingEdit

Charles-Marie WidorEdit

this teacher's teachers
Widor (1844–1937) studied with teachers including François-Joseph Fétis and Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens.

Friedrich WieckEdit

Henryk WieniawskiEdit

Wilhelm Friedrich WieprechtEdit

Adrian WillaertEdit

Healey WillanEdit

Alberto WilliamsEdit

this teacher's teachers
Williams (1862-1952) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias and César Franck.

Ernest WilliamsEdit

Richard Edward WilsonEdit

Godfrey WinhamEdit

Alexander WinklerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Winkler (1865–1935) studied with teachers including Alphonse Duvernoy and Theodor Leschetizky.

I Nyoman WindhaEdit

Emanuel WirthEdit

Peter WishartEdit

Leopold Carl WolffEdit

Ermanno Wolf-FerrariEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wolf-Ferrari (1876–1948) studied with teachers including Josef Rheinberger.

Leonard WolfsonEdit

Stefan WolpeEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wolpe (1902–1972) studied with teachers including Ferruccio Busoni, Paul Juon, Franz Schreker, and Anton Webern.

Charles WoodEdit

this teacher's teachers
C. Wood (1866–1926) studied with teachers including Charles Villiers Stanford.

Henry WoodEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wood (1869–1944) studied with teachers including Manuel Garcia, Walter Macfarren, and Ebenezer Prout.

James WoodEdit

this teacher's teachers
J. Wood (born 1953) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger.

Joseph WölflEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wölfl (1773–1812) studied with teachers including Leopold Mozart and Michael Haydn.

Paul WranitzkyEdit

Richard WüerstEdit

Franz WüllnerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wüllner (1832–1902) studied with teachers including Anton Schindler.

Johann Georg WunderlichEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wunderlich (1755–1819) studied with teachers including Felix Rault.

Charles WuorinenEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wuorinen (born 1938) studied with teachers including Jack Beeson, Otto Luening, and Vladimir Ussachevsky.

Robert WykesEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wykes (born 1926) studied with teachers including Burrill Phillips, Cecil Effinger, Max Adkins, and A.D. Davenport.

Yehudi WynerEdit

this teacher's teachers
Wyner (born 1929) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Walter Piston, Randall Thompson, Max Helfman, and Robert Strassburg.

XEdit

Iannis XenakisEdit

YEdit

Kosaku YamadaEdit

Abram YampolskyEdit

Akio YashiroEdit

this teacher's teachers
Yashiro (1929–1976) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Kunihiko Hashimoto, and Tomojirō Ikenouchi.

Anna YesipovaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Yesipova (1851–1914) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Karl Navrátil.

Michèl YostEdit

La Monte YoungEdit

this teacher's teachers
Young (1935 — ...) studied with teachers including Andrew Imbrie, Richard Maxfield, Pran Nath, Seymour Shifrin, Leonard Stein, and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Eugène YsaÿeEdit

Isang YunEdit

this teacher's teachers
Yun (1917–1995) studied with teachers including Tony Aubin, Boris Blacher, Tomojiro Ikenouchi, Josef Rufer, and Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling.

ZEdit

Jan ZachEdit

Friedrich Wilhelm ZachowEdit

Alfred ZamaraEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zamara (1863–1940) studied with teachers including Antonio Zamara.

Antonio ZamaraEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zamara (1829–1901) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Nikolai ZarembaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zaremba (1821–1879) studied with teachers including Adolf Bernhard Marx.

Gioseffo ZarlinoEdit

Ruth ZechlinEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zechlin (1926–2007) studied with teachers including Johann Nepomuk David.

Jan Dismas ZelenkaEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zelenka (1679–1745) studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux.

Władysław ŻeleńskiEdit

Ferdinand ZellbellEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zellbell, Jr. (1719–1780) studied with teachers including Georg Philipp Telemann.

Carl Friedrich ZelterEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zelter (1758–1832), autodidact studied with teachers including Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch and Johann Kirnberger.

Alexander ZemlinskyEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zemlinsky (1871–1942) studied with teachers including Anton Door, Johann Nepomuk Fuchs, Robert Fuchs, and Franz Krenn.

Bernhard ZiehnEdit

Efrem ZimbalistEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zimbalist (1889–1985) studied with teachers including Leopold Auer.

Bernd Alois ZimmermannEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zimmermann (1918–1970) studied with teachers including Wolfgang Fortner and René Leibowitz.

Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume ZimmermanEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zimmermann (1785-1853) studied with teachers including François-Adrien Boieldieu and Luigi Cherubini.

Niccolò Antonio ZingarelliEdit

Nikolai ZverevEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zverev (1832–1893) studied with teachers including Alexander Dubuque.

Bernard ZweersEdit

this teacher's teachers
Zweers (1854–1924) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn.

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