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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
Nagy, Oliver 1912 2000 Hungarian composer, conductor and writer about music Teacher at the Budapest Academy of Music.
Nairn, Rosemary South Australian choir director, adjudicator, music educator
Nairne [Lady], Nairne [Lady]; Oliphant, Caroline 1766 1845 Scottish poet
Naissoo, Uno 1928 1980 Estonian composer. Worked as a teacher of musicology at the Tallinn Music School (1952-80) and at the Tallinn Conservatory (1979-80) where he also was a teacher of light music. Songs with jazz influence take an important place among his works, but he has also written serious music for symphony orchestra and numerous choir songs.
Nance, Richard 1955 American musician. He is professor of music and conductor of the Choir of the West at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington USA.
Nanino, Giovanni Maria Nanini, Giovanni Maria 1545 1607 Italian composer and teacher of the late Renaissance. He was a member of the Roman School of composers, and was the most influential music teacher in Rome in the late 16th century. He was the older brother of composer Giovanni Bernardino Nanino.
Naplan, Allan E. 1972 Allan Naplan’s choral works have been heard at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall, The White House, and in the 2002 Academy Award nominated documentary, SING!. A two-time winner of the Guild of Temple Musicians “Young Composers Award” for his original settings of Mi Chamocha and Yitgadal, Naplan’s music for children’s choirs is regarded as standard repertoire for choral ensembles throughout America and the world.
Nash, Frederick Ogden Nash, Ogden 1902 1971 American author, lyricist and poet well known for his light verse
Nash, T. Nash, Ted 1960 Performer, conductor, jazz-composer and saxophonist, arranger and educator.
Nashe, Thomas 1567 1601 English Elizabethan pamphleteer. He was a playwright, poet, and satirist. He is best known for his novel The Unfortunate Traveller.
Nasim Nasim., Daya Shankar Kaul 1811 1845 Urdu poet
Natel, Jean-Marc, 1942 French lyricist for Les Misérables. he has written songs for a variety of artists and recently some of his poetry has been set to music by Franck Pourcel.
Nauhaus, Gerd 1942 German musicologist and music editor, expert in works of Robert and Clara Schumann
Naumann, E. Naumann, Ernst 1832 1910 German organist, composer particularly of chamber music, sacred music and songs, conductor and music editor.
Neale, John Mason 1818 1866 A church of England priest, writer of religeous tracts, sermons, pamphlets and books. He also wrote many hymns many of which he translated into English
Neaum, Michael British accompanist for the Cantamus Girls Choir. He has also worked with nationally and internationally renowned singers, taken Master Classes in accompaniment and he has broadcast frequently on radio and television. Many of his skilful arrangements for female voice, published by Goodmusic Publications, Banks of York, Oxford University Press and Alliance Music Publications are being performed by choirs world-wide. Much of his time nowadays is spent in coaching singers and accompanists
Needham, Alicia Adelaide 1863 1945 Irish born composer and songwriter. Over 200 of her songs were published in London between 1894 and 1922
Neidlinger, W. H. Neidlinger, William Harold 1863 1924 American Child psychologist, composer, organist and conductor of choral groups. In addition to songs for children Neidlinger wrote Christmas pieces, two comic operas, a cantata and a large catalogue of solo songs.
Neilson, John Shaw 1872 1942 Australian poet
Nelhybel, Vaclav 1919 1996 Czech born American composer of band music
Nelson, Greg 1948 Music producer from Nashville, Tennessee. Nelson headed Spirit Records, a division of Sparrow Records, and went on to co-found Refuge Records in 1980. He is a well-known composer in Christian music
Nelson, Havelock J. 1917 1996 Irish composer and conductor who co-founded the Dublin Orchestral Players in 1939, He Has extensive list of compositions and arrangements for orchestra, chamber ensemble, choir and voice, in addition to incidental music for radio plays Some 150 movies and television.
Nelson, Ronald A. 1928 2014 American musician who served for 37 years as Director of Music at Westwood Lutheran Church in suburban Minneapolis, where he has been named Cantor Emeritus and now serves as choir member. Since his retirement he devotes his time to composing, guest conducting, and serving as organist for Chapel Services at Becketwood,
Nelson, Steve 1955 American vibraphonist and composer. Steve is currently a member of Dave Holland's Band and Quintet, the Lewis Nash Trio, and Mulgrew Miller's Wingspan.
Nemo, Henry 1909 1999 American musician, songwriter and actor in Hollywood films
Neruda, Pablo Basoalto, Ricardo Eliécer Neftalí Reyes 1904 1973 pen name and later legal name of Chilean poet-diplomat and politician. He wrote over 145 poems and in In 1971 Neruda won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Nesheim, Paul American professor of music at Augustana University where he conducts the Augustana Choir and Chamber Choir, and teaches courses in choral conducting, choral methods, voice, and church music.
Nestor, Leo American professor at the Catholic University of America Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, where since 2001 he has conducted the CUA Chamber Choir and University Singers, taught undergraduate and graduate conducting and guided the academic and performance formation of graduate students in choral music and musica sacra. Three times commissioned to compose for the apostolic visits of Pope Jean Paul
Neuen, Donald American choral conductor, composer, arranger, editor, and educator who was formerly the Distinguished Professor of Conducting and Director of Choral Activities at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Neufeld, Ken Los Angeles-based composer/arranger, with well over 300 works to his credit. The range of his compositions currently extends from choral/vocal settings, keyboard and instrumental works, to scores for full-scale musical theater.