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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
Earhart, Will 1871 1960 Pioneering American music educator.
Earle, Giles 1615 17th Century English collector of songs, and assumed poet and composer
Earley, Desmond Dr. Dr Desmond Earley is a specialist in performance studies and has been director of the Choral Scholars of University College Dublin since 1998. He has created and published modern choral arrangements for traditional Irish music, He has also created and published contemporary compositions. and Thirdly, he has commissioned and curated new works specifically tailored to the forces and soundscape of Choral Scholars.
Easmon, Kathleen 1891 1924 West African born poet
Easson, James 1895 British 20th Century composer and arranger
East, Michael Este, Michael 1580 1648 English organist and composer.
Easton, M. Easton, Michael 1954 2004 British born Australian composer and music critic
Eaton, Christopher Neville Eaton, Chris 1958 British Contemporary Christian singer-songwriter, who has written songs for singers such as Cliff Richard, Amy Grant and Jaci Velasquez.
Ebb, Fred 1933 2004 American musical theatre lyricist who had many successful collaborations with composer John Kander.
Ebel-Sabo, Victoria 1957 American pianist, composer and teacher
Eben, Petr 1929 2007 Czech composer of mostly organ and choral works
Eccard, Johannes 1553 1611 German composer and kapellmeister.
Eckert, Rosana American vocalist, songwriter, arranger, jazz educator. In addition to her extensive live performing and teaching, Rosana also works regularly as a studio vocalist and voice-over talent, having sung or spoken on hundreds of commercials, album projects, publishing demos, and radio IDs around the world.
Eddleman, David American composer, arranger, lecturer and editor. Eddleman is currently on the faculty of the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY. During the winter months, he can be found at the Education Center in Longboat Key, FL, where he has taught and lectured since 2002. He served on the theory and composition faculty at Boston University from 1968-72. In addition to his classroom materials, Eddleman has published more than 650 compositions, including choral, piano, and instrumental works.
Edenroth, Anders 1963 Swedish composer
Edlund, Lars 1922 2013 Swedish composer, organist and music teacher.
Edmonds, Kenny Babyface; Edmonds, Kenneth Brian 1959 American R&B musician, singer-songwriter, and record producer
Edmonds, Paul 1968 British jazz musician, composer and teacher.
Edmunds, J. St. Edmunds, John 1913 1986 American Composer, Songwriter and Music author
Edward, D. R. Rejoice in the Lord Alway was originally attributed to Redford. It is now accepted that this anthem was not composed by John Redford. In the only early source the piece is anonymous and the text set did not become significant until the publication of the first Book of Common Prayer two years after Redford's death. The rhythm of the manuscript clearly points to the text of the Epistle for the 4th Sunday in Advent as found in the prayer book.
Edwards, Bernard 1952 1996 American bass player, singer, songwriter and record producer, both as a member of the funk/disco band Chic and on his own projects.
Edwards, Gordon Bass guitarist for John Lennon and arranger of some of his music. Bassist for Band "Stuff""
Edwards, Greg American musician and songwriter, best known as guitarist and bassist for the seminal rock band Failure. Edwards is a multi-instrumentalist.
Edwards, Lisa 21st century American pianist/arranger
Edwards, Michael 1893 1962 American composer and musician, known for composing the 1937 hit "Once in a While". He was also a classical violinist, organist and music arranger.
Edwards, Paul 1955 English organist and composer of music for the Anglican Church. He has been organist and choirmaster at several churches in Bedfordshire, including All Saints’, Turvey and St Paul’s Church, Bedford. He works as a teacher, piano accompanist and choral singer, and is the Director of Music at St Andrew’s Church, Bedford.
Edwards, Richard Edwardes, Richard 1525 1566 English poet, playwright, and composer;
Edwards, Ross 1943 Australian composer of a wide variety of music including orchestral and chamber music, choral music, children's music, opera and film music.
Egan, Ted Egan, Edward Joseph 1932 Australian Folk Musician
Ege, Henrik Lyricist, Film and Television lyricist. Henrik Ege was a prolific writer for radio and was also responsible for the radio adaptations of such musical comedies as Bitter Sweet, No, No; Nanette, The Vagabond King, and Showboat.