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List of music students by teacher: G to M

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

G

Andrea Gabrieli

Giovanni Gabrieli

Domenico Gabrielli

Kenneth Gaburo

Niels Gade

Tommaso Gaffi

Ercole Gaibara

Ivan Galamian

Paolo Gallico

Raymond Gallois-Montbrun

Noël Gallon

Baldassare Galuppi

Johann Baptist Gänsbacher

Eugenie Garcia

Gustave Garcia

Manuel García, Jr.

Manuel García, Sr.

Ramón Gargallo

Francesco Gasparini

Philippe Gaubert

Pierre Gaviniès

Heinrich Gebhard

André Gedalge

Francesco Geminiani

Friedrich Gernsheim

François-Auguste Gevaert

Giorgio Federico Ghedini

Vittorio Giannini

Reine Gianoli

Christopher Gibbons

Walter Gieseking

Eugène Gigout

Anthony Gilbert

Alberto Ginastera

Tommaso Giordani

Narcisse Girard

Alexander Glazunov

Reinhold Glière

Mikhail Glinka

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Christoph Willibald Gluck

Walter Gmeindl

Benjamin Godard

Alexander Goehr

Percy Goetschius

Johann Gottlieb Goldberg

Alexander Goldenweiser

Friedrich Goldmann

Rubin Goldmark

Boris Goldovsky

Katharine Goodson

Henryk Górecki

François-Joseph Gossec

Charles Gounod

N. Govindarajan

Hermann Grabner

Hermann Graedener

Joseph Graetz

Guillermo Graetzer

Percy Grainger

Enrique Granados

Giuseppina Grassini

Johann Gottlieb Graun

Maurice Greene

Gérard Grisey

Gabriel Grovlez

Georg Wilhelm Gruber

Jakob Grün

Gaetano Guadagni

Gioseffo Guami

Alberto Guerrero

Pedro Guerrero

Alexandre Guilmant

Ernest Guiraud

Friedrich Gulda

Eugen Gura

H

Alois Hába

François Habeneck

Franz Habermann

Parashkev Hadjiev

Georg Hahn

Fromental Halévy

Rodolfo Halffter

Karel Halíř

Charles Hallé

Anton Halm

Anton Joseph Hampel

George Frideric Handel

J. N. Hanff

Ilmari Hannikainen

Wilhelm Hanser

Howard Hanson

Raymond Hanson

John Harbison

Roy Harris

Lou Harrison

Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann

Jonathan Harvey

Kunihiko Hashimoto

Johann Adolph Hasse

Alphonse Hasselmans

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati

Josef Matthias Hauer

Carl August Haupt

Moritz Hauptmann

Robert Hausmann

Fumio Hayasaka

Franz Joseph Haydn

Michael Haydn

Bernhard Heiden

Johann David Heinichen

John Heiss

Stephen Heller

Georg Hellmesberger, Sr.

Joseph Hellmesberger, Jr.

Joseph Hellmesberger, Sr.

Mara Margaret Helmuth

George Henschel

Adolf von Henselt

Hans Werner Henze

Philip Herschkowitz

Johann Wilhelm Hertel

Richard Hervig

Henri Herz

Norman Herzberg

Rogier de Hesdin

Willy Hess

Adolf Friedrich Hesse

Richard Heuberger

William Hibbard

Edward Burlingame Hill

Ferdinand Hiller

Johann Adam Hiller

Lejaren Hiller

Paul Hindemith

Grete Hinterhofer

Kozaburo Hirai

Joseph Hislop

Jacob Hochbrucker

Carl Höckh

Sydney Hodkinson

K. David van Hoesen

Finn Høffding

Paul Hofhaimer

Josef Hofmann

Robin Holloway

Vagn Holmboe

Ignaz Holzbauer

Gottfried August Homilius

Arthur Honegger

J. L. Hopkins

Camillo Horn

Charles Edward Horn

Charles Frederick Horn

Jan Hornziel

Vladimir Horowitz

Mieczysław Horszowski

Alan Hovhaness

Herbert Howells

Adriana Hölszky

Jan Hřímalý

Jenő Hubay

Klaus Huber

Bronisław Huberman

Candelario Huizar

Johann Nepomuk Hummel

Engelbert Humperdinck

Karel Husa

Ernest Hutcheson

Brenda Hutchinson

Lee Hyla

I

Akira Ifukube

Tomojirō Ikenouchi

Andrew Imbrie

Marc'Antonio Ingegneri

Heinrich Isaac

Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov

Jean Eichelberger Ivey

J

Gordon Jacob

Frederick Jacobi

Simon E. Jacobsohn

Salomon Jadassohn

Hyacinthe Jadin

Philip James

Leoš Janáček

Giuseppe Jannacconi

Philipp Jarnach

Hanns Jelinek

John Jenkins

Donald Jenni

Knud Jeppesen

Karel Boleslav Jirák

Joseph Joachim

Ben Johnston

Niccolò Jommelli

Philly Joe Jones

Richard Jones

Mihail Jora

Rafael Joseffy

Paul Juon

K

Mauricio Kagel

Friedrich Kalkbrenner

Hedwig Kammer-Rosenthal

M. William Karlins

Richard Karpen

Nikolai Kazanli

Donald Keats

Milko Kelemen

Reginald Kell

Homer Keller

Johann Peter Kellner

Johann Caspar Kerll

Aaron Jay Kernis

Aram Khachaturian

Abdul Wahid Khan

Allauddin Khan

Ali Akbar Khan

Yuri Kholopov

Friedrich Kiel

Earl Kim

Yasuji Kiyose

William Kincaid

Johann Erasmus Kindermann

Leon Kirchner

Dumitru Georgescu Kiriac

Johann Kirnberger

Charles Herbert Kitson

Johann Christian Kittel

Johann Friedrich Kittl

Halfdan Kjerulf

Bernhard Klein

Klein (1793 – 1832), mostly self-taught

Bruno Klein

Jakob Friedrich Kleinknecht

Julius Klengel

Karl Klindworth

Friedrich Klose

Iwan Knorr

Friedrich Koch

Zoltán Kodály

Charles Koechlin

Hans-Joachim Koellreutter

Gottfried Michael Koenig

Hans von Koessler

Masayuki Koga

Louis Köhler

Ridley Kohné

Aloys and Alfons Kontarsky

Włodzimierz Kotoński

Serge Koussevitzky

Simon Kovar

Leopold Kozeluch

Antonín Kraft

Leo Kraft

William Kraft

Jonathan Kramer

Martin Krause

Josef Krejčí

Ernst Krenek

Franz Krenn

Hermann Kretzschmar

Leonid Kreutzer

Rodolphe Kreutzer

Jaroslav Křička

Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz

Ivan Kryzhanovsky

Johann Kuhnau

Theodor Kullak

Jaap Kunst

Karol Kurpiński

Eugene Kurtz

Vilém Kurz

L

Joseph Labor

Helmut Lachenmann

Franz Lachner

Vinzenz Lachner

C. K. Ladzekpo

Kobla Ladzekpo

Charles Philippe Lafont

Théophile Laforge

Pierre Lalo

Alexander Lambert

John Lambert

Frederic Lamond

John La Montaine

Francesco Lamperti

Giovanni Battista Lamperti

Wanda Landowska

Jean Langlais

Paul Lansky

John Francis Larchet

Orlande de Lassus

Jacob Lateiner

Gaetano Latilla

Ferdinand Laub

Thomas Laub

Calixa Lavallée

Albert Lavignac

Djane Lavoie-Herz

Henry Lawes

Henri Lazarof

Madé Lebah

Jean-Marie Leclair

Jean-Marie Leclair the younger

Jean-Pantaléon Leclerc

Ton de Leeuw

Gustave Lefèvre

Paul Le Flem

Ethel Leginska

Giovanni Legrenzi

René Leibowitz

Hugo Leichtentritt

Nestor Lejeune

Edwin Lemare

Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens

Charles Lenepveu

Carl Petter Lenning

Leonardo Leo

Hubert Léonard

Gustav Leonhardt

Fred Lerdahl

Xavier Leroux

Theodor Leschetizky

Franciszek Lessel

Jean-François Le Sueur

Hermann Levi

Heniot Levy

Lazare Lévy

David Lewin

Ingvar Lidholm

György Ligeti

Jenny Lind

Adolf Fredrik Lindblad

Ludvig Mathias Lindeman

Thomas Linley the elder

David Liptak

Bernhard Listemann

Franz Liszt

Further information: Franz Liszt § Liszt's students

Henry Litolff

Edward Llewellyn

Miguel Llobet

Normand Lockwood

Johann Bernhard Logier

Antonio Lolli

Vincenzo Lombardi

Marguerite Long

Nikolai Lopatnikoff

Richard Loqueville

Yvonne Loriod

Antonio Lotti

Charles Lucas

Andrea Luchesi

Alvin Lucier

Otto Luening

Lennart Lundberg

Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier

Witold Lutosławski

Elisabeth Lutyens

Luzzasco Luzzaschi

Anatoly Lyadov

M

Edward MacDowell

José Maceda

George Alexander Macfarren

Giovanni de Macque

Bruno Maderna

Rudolf Magnus

Alphonse Mailly

Ivo Malec

Gian Francesco Malipiero

Otto Malling

Mathilde Mallinger

Francesco Mancini

Eusebius Mandyczewski

Eduard Mantius

André Marchal

Louis Marchand

Mathilde Marchesi

Gaetano Marinelli

Antoine François Marmontel

Frank Marshall

Martin Pierre Marsick

Maurice Martenot

Giovanni Battista Martini

Vicente Martín y Soler

Salvatore Martirano

Bohuslav Martinů

Adolf Bernhard Marx

Eduard Marxsen

William Mason

Angelo Mascheroni

Lambert Massart

Jules Massenet

Georges Mathias

Stanislao Mattei

Tobias Matthay

Antoinette Mauté de Fleurville

Nicholas Maw

Richard Maxfield

Charles Mayer

Wilhelm Mayer

Simon Mayr

Joseph Mayseder

Alberto Mazzucato

John Blackwood McEwen

Colin McPhee

Étienne Méhul

Gustav Meier

Felix Mendelssohn

Manuel Mendes

Martin-Joseph Mengal

Peter Mennin

Tugdual Menon

Gian Carlo Menotti

Yehudi Menuhin

Saverio Mercadante

Aarre Merikanto

A. Tillman Merritt

Claudio Merulo

Carlos de Mesquita

Olivier Messiaen

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.

Metastasio

Aleksander Michałowski

Wilhelm Middelschulte

Karol Mikuli

Moritz Mildner

Darius Milhaud

Rosalie Miller

Anthony Milner

Miloje Milojević

Akira Miyoshi

Robert Moevs

Jérôme-Joseph de Momigny

Stanisław Moniuszko

Antonio Montanari

Philippe de Monte

Claudio Monteverdi

Cristóbal de Morales

Giovanni Morandi

Henri Moreau

Francesco Morlacchi

R. O. Morris

Robert Morris

Composition

Theory

Ignaz Moscheles

Moritz Moszkowski

Felix Mottl

Luiz António de Moura

Alexander Moyzes

Leopold Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Gottlieb Friedrich Müller

Gordon Mumma

Tristan Murail

Thea Musgrave

Nikolai Myaskovsky

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