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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
F.P. Possibly a pseudonym for Francis Poulenc
Fadlu-Deen, Kitty Deen, Dr. Kitty Fadlu Singaporian born Irish educated composer and music educator has taught in Sierra Leone since 1970
Fagge, Arthur 1864 1943 English conductor and music arranger who founded the London Chorus in 1903
Fain, Sammy Samuel E. Feinberg 1902 1989 American composer of popular music. In the 1920's and early 1930's
Falu, Eduardo 1923 2013 Well-known Argentine folk music guitarist and composer.
Faning, Eaton Faning, Joseph Eaton 1850 1927 English composer, organist and teacher.
Fanshawe, David 1942 2010 English composer, ethnomusicologist and self-styled explorer. His best-known composition is the 1972 choral work African Sanctus.
Faragher, Michael 1958 Australian musician who joined the Australian Army Band Corps and serving in Brisbane and Adelaide. He also performed as a saxophonist, pianist with many different ensembles and artists, serving as music director for visiting artists. He also arranged music for service bands and orchestras and has composed music for film, television and radio.Currently employed as Head of Music at Radford College, Michael is also heavily involved in Canberra musical life.
Farebrother, Bernard 1846 1888 British organist and composer
Fargo, Milford American composer, conductor and music arranger
Farina, Sandy Farina, Santo; Feldman, Sandra 1955 American performer, composer and music arranger
Farjeon, Eleanor 1881 1965 English author of children's stories and plays, poetry, biography, history and satire
Farley, Edward 1904 1983 American Composer, songwriter , author, musician and conductor,
Farmer, John 1570 1610 Composer of the English Madrigal School.
Farnaby, Giles 1563 1640 English composer and virginalist of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Farnie, H. B. Farnie, Henry Brougham 1836 1889 British librettist and adapter of French operettas and an author.
Farrant, Richard 1525 1580 English Tudor composer, playwright and church musician for the Chapel Royal.
Farrar, H. M. Farrar, Harry 1899 1966 English composer. Between the 1920s and 1960s Farrar contributed many pieces of music to the publisher DeWolfe Music.
Farrar, Sue American composer of sacred Music , Drama and Juvenile works
Farrell, Robert G. American composer of sacred music, composer-in-residence at St. Paul Cathedral Pittsburg, PA.
Farrow, Larry Farrow II, Lawrence Grayson American accompanist, arranger, composer as well as being a versatile musical entertainer.
Farthing, Scott 1969 American composer, music educator and choral conductor
Fassert, Fred 1935 Songwriter
Faulkner, S.
Fauré, Gabriel-Urbain 1845 1924 French composer, organist, pianist and teacher.
Favero, Alberto 1944 Argentinian composer
Fearis, John S. Fearis, John Sylvester 1867 1932 American composer, lyricist, choral conductor and editor
Federizon, Ruben Studied music at the university of Phillipines and later at San Francisco State and University of Columbia where he finished his masters degree. His choral works and arrangements have been widely performed in major choral festivals across Europe, America and Asia
Feldman, Jack American Tony-award winning lyricist who has written songs for television, film, and Broadway.
Feldstein, Sandy Felsdstein, Saul 1940 2007 American Composer, arranger and author