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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
Caber, Chris Jordon, E. R. B. 1886 1941 Australian Brisbane based coposer and conductor, founder of the former Brisbane Amateur Operatic Society, 1911-35; conductor of the Brisbane Austral Choir, 1913-35; conductor of the Queensland State and Municipal Choir; and choir master, St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, since 1926.
Cable, Howard Cable, Howard Reid 1920 2016 Canadian conductor, arranger, music director, composer, and radio and television producer
Cacavas, John 1930 2014 American composer and conductor probably best known for his television scores, such as Kojak,
Caccini, Francesca 1587 1640 Italian composer, singer, lutenist, poet, and music teacher of the early Baroque era, Daughter of baroque composer Guilio Caccini
Caccini, Guilio Caccini, Giulio Romolo 1550 1610 Italian composer, teacher, singer, instrumentalist and writer of the very late Renaissance and early Baroque eras
Cahn, Sammy 1913 1993 American lyricist, songwriter and musician. He is best known for his romantic lyrics to films and Broadway songs
Cain, Jonathan Friga, Jonathan Leonard 1950 American musician, best known for his work with The Babys, Journey and Bad English.
Cain, Noble 1896 1977 Noble Cain Is the author of books such as Choral Music and Its Practice
Caldara, Antonio 1690 1736 Italian Baroque composer.
Caldicott, Alfred James 1842 1897 English organist and musician
Caldwell, Paul 1963 American Choral Director and arranger. Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory began arranging music together spontaneously in the early 1990s when they were both working with a community-based youth choir in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Their musical partnership was further cultivated from 1993-1997 during summers spent together at the American Boychoir School in Princeton, New Jersey. Paul is Artistic Director of the Youth Choral Theater of Chicago.
Callcott, John Wall 1766 1821 English composer, celebrated mainly for his glee compositions and catches
Calvacanti, Guido 1250 1300 Italian poet and troubadour,
Calvert, Stuart 1954 Canadian born composer, director and music arranger
Cameron, Dr., Jasmin Cameron, Jasmin Melissa Welsh born Musicologist, author, lecturer and Music reviewer. She held She held a Senior Lectureship at the University of Portsmouth before moving to the University of Aberdeen where she was promoted to Senior Lecturer in Music in 2011, becoming Honorary Research Fellow in February 2016.
Cameron, John 1944 British composer, arranger, conductor
Campbell-Watson, F. Watson, F. Campbell 1898 1980 Music author, reviser and arranger
Campbell, Stuart Stuart Campbell has contributed articles on Russian music to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (second edition) and Die neue MGG. Cambridge University Press published two volumes of his anthology of criticism entitled Russians on Russian Music. He is a tutor for the adult-education units of the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and joint musical director (with Svetlana Zvereva) of the chamber choir Russkaya Cappella.
Campbell, Joseph 1879 1944 Irish poet from County Down
Campbell, Thomas 1777 1844 Scottish poet chiefly remembered for his sentimental poetry dealing especially with human affairs
Campion, Thomas Campian, Thomas 1567 1620 English composer, poet, and physician.
Campsie, Philippa Canadian Composer,witer and lyricist
Candlyn, T.Frederick Candlyn , Thomas Frederick Handel 1892 1964 English-born organist, composer and choirmaster who spent most of his professional career at two Episcopal Church congregations in New York.
Cannell, John Music composer, transcriber arranger and editor
Cannon, (Jack) Philip Cannon, Jack Philip 1929 Cornish composer of Anglo-Burgundian descent
Cannon, Hughie 1877 1912 American composer and lyricist. His best-known composition was the popular song "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey"
Cantrell, Byron Music arranger, editor and author
Caplet, Andre 1878 1925 French composer and conductor now known primarily through his orchestrations of works by Claude Debussy.
Capponi, Pio Capponi , Father John Francis 1911 1984 Padre Pio was a gifted director, composer, organist and judge of musical competitions. He used these talents all over the world.
Carell, Victor Cioccarelli, Victor Thomas 1916 2001 Australian singer, director, film producer and author