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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
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.
Neumann, Walter German Music Editor for Edition Peters
Nevin, Ethelbert Woodbridge 1862 1901 American pianist, teacher and composer. His best-remembered compositions are the piano piece Narcissus from Water Scenes and the songs "The Rosary" and "Mighty Lak' a Rose"
Newbury, Kent A. 1925 American composer. 282 choral compositions published, with thirty-one different publishers, over a span of fifty-nine years with 39 choral compositions still in print. .
Newes, Virginia Musicologist and author. Virginia Newes lives in Cambridge Mass, and was Associate Professor of Music History and Musicology at the Eastman School of Music.
Newley, Anthony 1931 1999 English actor, singer and songwriter. Newley achieved success as a performer in such diverse fields as rock and roll and stage and screen acting. Newley received an Academy Award nomination for the film score of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971).
Newman, John Henry [Cardinal] Blessed John Henry Newman; Cardinal Newman 1801 1890 Originally an evangelical Oxford academic and priest in the Church of England. Newman left the Church of England and his teaching post at Oxford University and was received into the Catholic Church. In 1879, he was created a cardinal by Pope Leo XIII and beatified in 2010. He was also a literary figure of note and wrote many poems including the Dream of Gerontius.
Newstrom, Ryan American poet, educated at Luther college
Newton, Dobe Australian song writer, belonged to Bushwhackers and Bullockies Bush Band. Dobes commitment to the growth of Australian Music saw him as a member of the CMAA Board and Executive for 10 years, to the planning and establishment, and development of the Australian College of Country Music
Newton, Edward Bliss, P. Paul 1838 1876 Pseudonym of P. Paul Bliss, American composer, conductor, writer of hymns and a bass-baritone
Newton, Ernest 1856 1929 Welsh composer and pianist. He wrote mostly vocal music (songs and choirs) and works for piano. Newton is the author of the book How to Compose a Song,
Newton, Frederick Editor for Allans Music
Newton, Glaister Newton, Leonard Glaister Early 20th century composer and arranger
Newton, John 1725 1807 English sailor, in the Royal Navy for a period, and later a captain of slave ships. He became ordained as an evangelical Anglican cleric, served Olney, Buckinghamshire for two decades, and also wrote hymns, known for "Amazing Grace" and "Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken".
Nichol, H. Ernest 1862 1928 British hymn writer He has written fourteen sets of Sunday School Anniversary Hymns (130 in all), with original tunes, besides many published in leaflet form, mostly under the anagram of 1677 Colin Sterne. Many are in the Sunday School Hymnary, 1905, the dates being those of composition and publication by the author
Nicholas, John Morgan 1895 1963 Welsh composer for the church
Nicholls, Heller Nicholls, William Heller 1874 1939 British prolific arranger, and writer of educational music, but also wrote light opera and orchestral music. He produced several scenic piano suites.
Nichols, Richard A. Professor and Chair of the Department of Music at Sterling College. His musical background is quite diverse with areas of expertise in teaching, performing, composing, conducting, recording and publishing. He is a Director of Soundforth and has composed music of many genres and is currently Choral editor for Fred Bock Music
Nichols, Roger American composer and songwriter. He is a multi-instrumentalist who plays violin, guitar, bass, and piano.
Nicholson, Peter Studied organ in Melbourne in the 1970s and later in Paris with Langlais. He taught organ, piano and musicianship at Melbourne Grammar and Scotch College. He is Editor, arranger and owner of Consonia Publications
Nicholson, Sydney Hugo 1875 1947 English choir director, organist and composer, now chiefly remembered as the founder of the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM).
Nickerson, Camille 1888 1982 American pianist, composer and arranger
Nickson, John 1949 2002 Australian composer and conductor
Nicolai, Philipp 1556 1608 16th century German utheran pastor
Nightingale, Mae 1898 1983 Music arranger
Niles, John Jacob 1892 1980 American composer, singer, and collector of traditional ballads. Called the "Dean of American Balladeers"
Nissenson, Gloria Multi-award winning lyricist whose credits include recordings, theater, television and film
Nitzsche, Jack Nitzsche , Bernard Alfred 1937 2000 American musician, arranger, producer, songwriter, and film score composer.
Noble, Clifton J. Jnr. Noble, Clifton Jerry 1961 Since 1987, he has served as pianist for Smith College choral ensembles, and currently holds the position of Staff Pianist in the Smith Music Department. Many of his compositions, including Pastorale, A Tonic of Wilderness, Windows of the Morning, and numerous arrangements of folk songs and spirituals have been written for Smith choirs. His original choral compositions and arrangements have been performed by choruses throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Noble, Harold 1903 1988 British composer, conductor and teacher, took a particular interest in folk music, arranging songs such as "The Ballad of Semmerwater", "Naples Bay" and "The Road of Evening" for voice and piano accompaniment, while his liturgical music includes a Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis and Te Deum. .