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

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François Joseph Naderman

this teacher's teachers
Naderman (1781–1835) studied with teachers including Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz.

Giovanni Maria Nanino

this teacher's teachers
G. M. Nanino (1543 or 1544 – 1607) studied with teachers including Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.

Eduard Nápravník

James Nares

this teacher's teachers
Nares (1715-1783) studied with teachers including Johann Christoph Pepusch and William Croft.

Pietro Nardini

this teacher's teachers
Nardini (1722–1793) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Tartini.

Johann Naret-Koning

Pran Nath

this teacher's teachers
Nath (1918–1996) studied with teachers including Abdul Wahid Khan.

Lev Naumov

this teacher's teachers
Lev Naumov (1925–2005) studied with teachers including Heinrich Neuhaus.

Gaetano Nava

Karel Navrátil

this teacher's teachers
Karel Navrátil (1867–1936) studied with teachers including Guido Adler and Felix Salzer.

Karl Navrátil

this teacher's teachers
Karl Navrátil (1836–1914) studied with teachers including Gustav Nottebohm.

Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil

this teacher's teachers
Pstrokońska-Nawratil (1947–...) studied with teachers including Pierre Boulez and Olivier Messiaen.

Charles Neate

this teacher's teachers
Neate (1784–1877) studied with teachers including John Field, Emanuel Aloys Förster, Peter Winter, and Joseph Woelfl.

Christian Gottlob Neefe

this teacher's teachers
Neefe (1748–1798) studied with teachers including Johann Adam Hiller.

Marcantonio Negri

August Neithardt

Dimitar Nenov

this teacher's teachers
Nenov (1901–1953) studied with teachers including Egon Petri.

Heinrich Neuhaus

this teacher's teachers
Neuhaus (1888–1964) studied with teachers including Aleksander Michałowski.

Sigismund von Neukomm

this teacher's teachers
Neukomm (1778–1858) studied with teachers including Joseph Haydn and Michael Haydn.

Arthur Newman

Jean Louis Nicodé

Willem Nicolaï

Ștefan Niculescu

this teacher's teachers
Niculescu (1927–2008) studied with teachers including Mihail Andricu and Mihail Jora.

Louis Niedermeyer

this teacher's teachers
Niedermeyer (1802–1861) studied with teachers including Emanuel Aloys Förster, Ignaz Moscheles, and Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli.

Carl Nielsen

this teacher's teachers
Nielsen (1865–1931) studied with teachers including Orla Rosenhoff.

Arthur Nikisch

Tatiana Nikolayeva

this teacher's teachers
Nikolayeva (1924-1993) studied with teachers including Alexander Goldenweiser.

Henriette Nissen-Saloman

this teacher's teachers
Nissen-Saloman (1819–1879) studied with teachers including Frédéric Chopin and Manuel García.

Luigi Nono

this teacher's teachers
Nono (1924–1990) studied with teachers including Gian Francesco Malipiero and Hermann Scherchen.

Per Nørgård

this teacher's teachers
Nørgård (born 1932) studied with teachers including Vagn Holmboe and Nadia Boulanger.

Homer Norris

Zygmunt Noskowski

this teacher's teachers
Noskowski (1846–1909) studied with teachers including Apolinary Kątski, Friedrich Kiel, and Stanisław Moniuszko.

K. P. H. Notoprojo

Also known to his students as "Pak Cokro".

Gustav Nottebohm

this teacher's teachers
Nottebohm (1817–1882) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Vítězslav Novák

this teacher's teachers
Novák (1870–1949) studied with teachers including Antonín Dvořák.

Vincent Novello

this teacher's teachers
Novello (1781–1861) studied with teachers including Samuel Webbe.

O

Lev Oborin

this teacher's teachers
Lev Nikolayevich Oborin (Russian: Лев Николаевич Оборин, Lev Nikolaevič Oborin; Moscow, 11 September [O.S. 29 August] 1907 – Moscow, 5 January 1974) studied with teachers including Elena Gnesina , Alexander Gretchaninov , and Konstantin Igumnov.

As assistant

Eugene O'Brien

this teacher's teachers
O'Brien (born 1945) studied with teachers including Robert Beadell, John Eaton, Donald Erb, Iannis Xenakis, and Bernd Alois Zimmermann.

Vincent O'Brien

this teacher's teachers
O'Brien (1871–1948) studied with teachers including Robert Prescott Stewart.

Johannes Ockeghem

Arne Oldberg

this teacher's teachers
Oldberg (1874–1962) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky and Josef Rheinberger.

Arthur O'Leary

this teacher's teachers
O'Leary (1834–1919) studied with teachers including Ignaz Moscheles, Julius Rietz, Cipriani Potter, and William Sterndale Bennett.

Pauline Oliveros

this teacher's teachers
Oliveros (1932–2016) studied with teachers including Robert Erickson and Seymour Shifrin.

František Ondříček

this teacher's teachers
Ondříček (1857–1922) studied with teachers including Antonín Bennewitz.

Giacomo Orefice

Buxton Orr

this teacher's teachers
Orr (1924–1997) studied with teachers including Benjamin Frankel.

Robin Orr

this teacher's teachers
Orr (1909–2006) studied with teachers including Arthur Benjamin and Cyril Rootham.

Juan Orrego-Salas

this teacher's teachers
Orrego-Salas (1919–2019) studied with teachers including Pedro Humberto Allende, Aaron Copland, George Herzog, Paul Henry Lang, Randall Thompson, and Domingo Santa Cruz Wilson.

William Ortiz-Alvarado

August von Othegraven

Ernst Julius Otto

Hall Overton

this teacher's teachers
Overton (1920–1972) studied with teachers including Darius Milhaud and Vincent Persichetti.

Frederick Ouseley

P

Pavel Pabst

this teacher's teachers
Pabst (1854–1897) studied with teachers including Anton Door and Franz Liszt.

Antonio Maria Pacchioni

this teacher's teachers
Pacchioni (1654–1738) studied with teachers including Giovanni Maria Bononcini.

Johann Pachelbel

this teacher's teachers
Pachelbel (1653–1706) studied with teachers including Heinrich Schwemmer and Georg Caspar Wecker.

Martijn Padding

this teacher's teachers
Padding (born 1956) studied with teachers including Louis Andriessen.

Christian Padel

this teacher's teachers
Padel (1845–1930) studied with teachers including Ignaz Moscheles.

Ignacy Jan Paderewski

this teacher's teachers
Paderewski (1860–1941) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

John Knowles Paine

this teacher's teachers
Paine (1839–1906) studied with teachers including Carl August Haupt.

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina

Robert Moffat Palmer

this teacher's teachers
Palmer (1915–2010) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson.

Selim Palmgren

Carter Pann

this teacher's teachers

Giacomo Panizza

Bindo Paoli

Rosa Papier

this teacher's teachers
Papier studied with teachers including Mathilde Marchesi.

Pietro Domenico Paradies

Dorothy Parke

this teacher's teachers
Parke (1904–1990) studied with teachers including Paul Corder.

Horatio Parker

this teacher's teachers
Parker (1863–1919) studied with teachers including Josef Rheinberger.

James Cutler Dunn Parker

Walter Parratt

this teacher's teachers
Parratt (1841–1924) studied with teachers including George Cooper.

Hubert Parry

this teacher's teachers
Parry (1848–1918) studied with teachers including William Sterndale Bennett, Edward Dannreuther, George Elvey, George Macfarren, and Henry Hugo Pierson.

Harry Partch

Bernardo Pasquini

this teacher's teachers
Pasquini (1637–1710) studied with teachers including Loreto Vittori.

Elizabeth Pastor

this teacher's teachers
Pastor studied with teachers including Boris Goldovsky.

Ernst Pauer

this teacher's teachers
Pauer (1826–1905) studied with teachers including Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart.

Maggi Payne

this teacher's teachers
Payne (born 1945) studied with teachers including Robert Ashley, Ben Johnston, M. William Karlins, Salvatore Martirano, Gordon Mumma, and Alan Stout.

František Martin Pecháček

this teacher's teachers
Pecháček (1763–1816) studied with teachers including Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf.

Felip Pedrell

this teacher's teachers
Pedrell (1841-1922) studied with teachers including José Brocá.

Frank Pelleg

Romain-Octave Pelletier I

this teacher's teachers
Pelletier I (1843–1927) studied with teachers including George Cooper and Antoine François Marmontel.

Petros Peloponnesios

Joseph Pembaur

this teacher's teachers
Pembaur studied with teachers including Anton Bruckner and Josef Rheinberger.

Krzysztof Penderecki

this teacher's teachers
Pendereck (1933–2020) studied with teachers including Franciszek Skołyszewski, Artur Malawski, and Stanisław Wiechowicz.

Johann Christoph Pepusch

this teacher's teachers
Pepusch (1667–1752) studied with teachers including Martin Klingenberg and Severus Grosse.

Ernst Perabo

this teacher's teachers
Perabo (1845-1920) studied with teachers including Carl Reinecke, Ignaz Moscheles, and Ernst Richter.

George Perle

this teacher's teachers
Perle (1915–2009) studied with teachers including Ernst Krenek.

Vlado Perlemuter

this teacher's teachers
Perlemuter (1904–2002) studied with teachers including Moritz Moszkowski, Alfred Cortot, and Maurice Ravel.

Vincent Persichetti

this teacher's teachers
Persichetti (1915–1987) studied with teachers including Fritz Reiner.

Louis Persinger

this teacher's teachers
Persinger (1887–1966) studied with teachers including Arthur Nikisch, Jacques Thibaud, and Eugène Ysaÿe.

Giacomo Antonio Perti

this teacher's teachers
Perti (1661–1756) studied with teachers including Giuseppe Corsi da Celano.

Giovanni Battista Pescetti

Émile Pessard

Peter the Byzantine

this teacher's teachers
Petros Byzantios (fl. 1770 – 1808) studied with teachers including Petros Peloponnesios.

Goffredo Petrassi

Egon Petri

this teacher's teachers
Petri (1881–1962) studied with teachers including Felix Draeseke and Hermann Kretzschmar.

Malcolm Peyton

this teacher's teachers
Peyton (born 1932) studied with teachers including Edward T. Cone.

Isidor Philipp

this teacher's teachers
Philipp (1863–1958) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias, Stephen Heller, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Théodore Ritter.

Burrill Phillips

this teacher's teachers
Phillips (1907–1988) studied with teachers including Howard Hanson, Bernard Rogers, and Edwin Stringham.

Niccolò Piccinni

this teacher's teachers
Piccinni (1728–1800) studied with teachers including Leonardo Leo and Francesco Durante.

Gabriel Pierné

this teacher's teachers
Pierné (1863 - 1937) studied with teachers including Antoine François Marmontel, Albert Lavignac, Émile Durand, César Franck, and Jules Massenet.

Henry Hugo Pierson

this teacher's teachers

Willem Pijper

Pierre Pincemaille

this teacher's teachers
Pincemaille (1956–2018) studied with teachers including Rolande Falcinelli.

André Pirro

Johann Georg Pisendel

this teacher's teachers
Pisendel (1687–1755) studied with teachers including Johann David Heinichen, Antonio Montanari, and Antonio Vivaldi.

Paul Pisk

this teacher's teachers
Pisk (1893–1990) studied with teachers including Arnold Schoenberg.

Francesco Antonio Pistocchi

Walter Piston

this teacher's teachers
Piston (1894–1976) studied with teachers including Nadia Boulanger, Paul Dukas, and Edward Burlingame Hill.

Thomas Pitfield

Percy Pitt

this teacher's teachers
Pitt (1870–1932) studied with teachers including Salomon Jadassohn and Josef Rheinberger.

Friedrich Wilhelm Pixis

this teacher's teachers
Pixis (1786–1842) studied with teachers including Ignaz Fränzl and Giovanni Battista Viotti.

Johann Peter Pixis

this teacher's teachers
Pixis (1788–1874) studied with teachers including Johann Georg Albrechtsberger and Friedrich Wilhelm Pixis.

Ildebrando Pizzetti

Louis Plaidy

Nicolas Joseph Platel

this teacher's teachers
Platel (1777–1835) studied with teachers including Jacques-Michel Hurel de Lamare.

Simone Plé-Caussade

Émile Poillot

this teacher's teachers
Poillot (1886–1948) studied with teachers including Isidor Philipp, Alexandre Guilmant, and Louis Vierne.

Larry Polansky

this teacher's teachers
Polansky (born 1954) studied with teachers including James Tenney.

Yuri Pomerantsiev

this teacher's teachers
Pomerantsiev studied with teachers including Sergei Taneyev.

Herb Pomeroy

Amilcare Ponchielli

Marcel Poot

this teacher's teachers
Poot (1901–1988) studied with teachers including Arthur De Greef, Paul Dukas, Paul Gilson, Martin Lunssens, Lodewijk Mortelmans, and José Sevenans.

Nicola Porpora

this teacher's teachers
Porpora (1686–1768) studied with teachers including Gaetano Greco.

Costanzo Porta

this teacher's teachers
Porta (1528 or 1529 – 1601) studied with teachers including Adrian Willaert.

Quincy Porter

this teacher's teachers
Porter (1897–1966) studied with teachers including Ernest Bloch and Horatio Parker.

Cipriani Potter

this teacher's teachers
Potter (1792-1871) studied with teachers including Thomas Attwood, William Crotch, and Joseph Woelfl.

Francis Poulenc

this teacher's teachers
Poulenc (1899–1963) studied with teachers including Charles Koechlin and Erik Satie.

Henri Pousseur

Lloyd Powell

Mel Powell

this teacher's teachers
Powell (1923–1998) studied with teachers including Paul Hindemith, Nadia Reisenberg, Joseph Schillinger, Ernst Toch, and Bernard Wagenaar.

Louis-Barthélémy Pradher

this teacher's teachers
Pradher (1782–1843) studied with teachers including Henri-Montan Berton.

Jacob Praetorius

this teacher's teachers
Praetorius (1586–1651) studied with teachers including Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and Jacob Praetorius the Elder.

Jacob Praetorius the Elder

Eddie Prévost

Gottfried von Preyer

this teacher's teachers
Preyer (1807–1901) studied with teachers including Simon Sechter.

Humphrey Procter-Gregg

this teacher's teachers
Procter-Gregg (1895–1980) studied with teachers including Charles Villiers Stanford, Charles Wood, and Julius Harrison.

Ignazio Prota

Ebenezer Prout

this teacher's teachers
Prout (1835–1909) studied with teachers including Charles Kensington Salaman.

Francesco Provenzale

this teacher's teachers
Provenzale (1632–1704) studied with teachers including Erasmo Bartolo and Giovanni Salvatore.

François Prume

this teacher's teachers
Prume (1816–1849) studied with teachers including François Habeneck.

Giacomo Puccini

this teacher's teachers
Puccini (1858–1924) studied with teachers including Antonio Bazzini and Amilcare Ponchielli.

Gaetano Pugnani

this teacher's teachers
Pugnani (1731–1798) studied with teachers including Giovanni Battista Somis.

Raoul Pugno

this teacher's teachers
Pugno (1852–1914) studied with teachers including Georges Mathias and Ambroise Thomas.

Vladimir Pukhal'ski

this teacher's teachers
Pukhal'ski (1848–1933) studied with teachers including Theodor Leschetizky.

Henry Purcell

this teacher's teachers
Purcell (1659–1695) studied with teachers including John Blow, Henry Cooke, Christopher Gibbons, and Pelham Humfrey.

Veli-Matti Puumala

Johann Christoph Pyrlaeus

Q

Johann Joachim Quantz

this teacher's teachers
Quantz (1697–1773) studied with teachers including Johann Joseph Fux and Jan Dismas Zelenka.

Héctor Quintanar

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