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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
Heyser, E. K. Mrs. E. K. Heyser seems to have been an American composer active in the early 20th century, with many organ and sacred vocal works to her credit.
Heywood, Douglas Heywood, Doug Musical Director of Camberwell Chorale, and music arranger
Heywood, Thomas 1574 1641 English playwright, actor, and author. His main contributions were to late Elizabethan and early Jacobean theatre.
Hickock, Robert Robert Hickok is a Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Irvine where he was the Dean of the School of the Arts and founder/conductor of the Irvine Camerata
Hidas, Frigyes 1928 2007 Hungarian composer, one of the foremost names in the world of contemporary chamber and concert band music for wind instruments
Hieburg, Ellen 1930 Danish Poet
Higgins, Billy 1936 2001 American jazz drummer. and occasional lyricist
Higgins, John American musician Managing Producer/Editor for Hal Leonard Corporation. In addition to his writing and producing activities, he maintains a role in music education as a guest conductor, clinician and author.
Hildegard von Bingen, Bingen, Hildegard von; von Bingen, Hildegard 1098 1179 German writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, Benedictine abbess, visionary, and polymath
Hill, [Lady] Arthur Harrison, Annie Fortescue 1851 1944 English composer of songs and piano pieces. In 1877 she married and became known as Lady Arthur Hill.
Hill, Alfred 1869 1960 Australian/New Zealand composer, conductor and teacher.
Hill, Andy Hill, Andrew Gerard 1957 English record producer and songwriter, who was involved in creating many hits during the 1980s and 1990s.
Hill, Berkeley 20th Century British composer, lecturer at Wye college Kent
Hill, Billy Hill, William Joseph 1899 1940 Billy Hill was an American songwriter, violinist, and pianist who found fame writing Western songs
Hill, David 1957 British choral conductor and organist. His most high profile roles are as Chief Conductor of the BBC Singers from September 2007, and Musical Director of The Bach Choir from April 1998.
Hill, Jackson 1941 American composer primarily of symphonic, ensemble, and vocal music. He taught at Duke University (1966-1968) and 1968-2008 at Bucknell University, where he served as Associate Dean, Presidential Professor, and Chair of the Department of Music.
Hillert, Richard 1923 2010 American Lutheran conductor, composer and organist. He also composed non-liturgical music
Hillerud, Jan-Ake 1938 Swedish composer, pianist, conductor and music educator
Hilliam, B. C. Flotsam; Hilliam, Bentley Collingwood 1890 1968 singer, song-writer and musician, and the first-named member of the comedy duo Mr. Flotsam and Mr. Jetsam (Mr. Jetsam was Malcolm McEachern).
Hillier, Paul Hillier, Paul Douglas 1949 British conductor, music director and baritone. He specializes in early music and contemporary art music
Hillman, Roc 1910 2011 American Songwriter, composer, guitarist, and author,
Hillyer, Robert 1895 1961 American poet. and teacher
Hilton, John (The Elder) 1560 1608 English countertenor, organist and composer of mainly sacred works.
Hilton, John (The Younger) 1599 1657 English early Baroque composer. He is best known for his books Ayres or Fa-Las for Three Voices and Catch That Catch Can.
Himelstein, Mike songwriter musician, and composer. Himelstein composed songs for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Special Agent Oso and Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. Received Annie award in 2016
Himmel, Friedrich Heinrich 1765 1814 German composer, originally studied theology at Halle before turning to music and composing chiefly operas.
Hind, John 1916 Composer of songs
Hindemith, Paul 1895 1963 German composer, violist, violinist, teacher and conductor.
Hindson, Matthew 1968 Australian composer
Hine, Stuart Hine, Stuart Wesley Keene 1899 1989 British Methodist missionary in Hammersmith Grove, London, England. Wrote the English version of "How Great Thou Art" which was dedicated to Jesus Christ in the Salvation Army by his parents