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All creatives under 'C'

Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
Casey, Warren 1935 1988 American theatre composer, lyricist, writer, and actor. He is best known for being the writer and composer, with Jim Jacobs, of the stage and film musical Grease.
Cashmore, Donald Cashmore, Donald Joseph 1926 2013 British classical composer, Music arranger
Cassey, Chuck Cassey , Charles Richard 1933 American Composer, conductor, arranger and singer
Castelli,I. F. "Brother Fatalis", "Kosmas", "Rosenfeld", "CA silence" and "Höhler"; Ignaz Franz Castelli 1781 1862 Austrian poet and dramatist
Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario Tedesco, Mario Castelnuovo 1895 1968 Italian composer. After migrating to the United States he became became a film composer for MGM Studios
Caswall, Edward 1814 1878 British hymn writer and clergyman
Cauchie, Maurice 1882 1963 French music historian and editor, specializing in 16th- and 17th-century French music, notably that of Clément Jannequin, whose chansons he edited (1925-28), and François Couperin, of whose works he published a complete edition (1932-33) as well as a thematic index (1949)
Causey, Billy Causey, Bill Clayton Snr 1944 2015 American musician. Billy served as the Minister of Music at First Baptist Church in Zachary for 40 years, and wrote mainly sacred Music.
Cavacas, J. Cavacas, John 1930 2014 American composer and conductor probably best known for his television scores, such as Kojak, for which he was the chief composer.
Cavalli, Pietro Francesco Caletti-Bruni, Pietro Francesco 1602 1676 Italian composer of the early Baroque period.
Cavendish, Michael 1565 1628 English composer of the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
Cawthorne, Ronald Victor Victor, Ronald 1894 1962 British Composer and conductor
Cellier, Alexandre 1883 1968 French organist and composer and French translator of the texts of the Bach Chorales.
Cellier, Alfred 1844 1891 English composer, orchestrator and conductor.
Certon, Pierre 1510 1572 French composer of the Renaissance
Chaffin, Lucien G. 1846 1927 American organist and composer
Chalkill, John 1600 English poet, Two songs by him are included in Izaak Walton's Compleat Angler
Challender, Jeremy Australian Jazz composer, who became a Barista in London and is one third of Prufrock Coffee in 2009
Challinor, Frederick Arthur 1866 1952 British Composer. Cantatas such as Judah in Babylon, The Gardens of the Lord, and Bethany were well received. His music is attractive partly because of its simplicity and expressive qualities but also for its originality and directness.
Chambers, H. A. Chambers, Herbert Arthur 1880 1967 English composer, arranger and editor
Chandler, Hugh American composer and classical/acoustic guitarist
Chaplin, Charles Charlie Chaplin 1889 1977 English comic actor and filmmaker who rose to fame in the silent film era. Chaplin wrote, directed, produced, edited, starred in, and composed the music for most of his films.
Chapman, Edward T. 1902 1981 20th century composer and arranger
Chappell, Herbert 1934 British composer and film-maker
Charles d'Orleans, D'Orleans, Charles 1394 1465 15th century French prince and poet. He is now remembered as an accomplished medieval poet owing to the more than five hundred extant poems he produced, written in both French and English, during his 25 years spent as a prisoner of war in England.
Charles-Edwards, Mervyn 1902 1983 Anglican Bishop in the third quarter of the 20th century
Charles, Hughie 1907 1995 English songwriter. He is best known for co-writing the songs "We'll Meet Again"[1] and "There'll Always Be an England" with Ross Parker.
Charles, Ray Robinson, Ray Charles 1930 2004 American singer, songwriter, musician and composer,
Charpentier, Gustave 1860 1956 French Composer, best known for his opera Louise.[
Charpentier, Marc-Antoine 1645 1704 French baroque composer. His mastery in writing sacred vocal music, above all, was recognized and hailed by his contemporaries. Any family relationship between him and Gustave Charpentier, the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century French opera composer, is highly unlikely.