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Name Other Names Birthyear Deathyear Notes
Idle, Eric 1943 British comedian, singer/songwriter
Idle, Frank 1944 Early 20th century English composer, conductor and organist
Illing, Robert 1917 1977 British born Australian academic, musicologist, author, Arranger, Editor, Adapter, Composer, Transcriber.
Imig, Warner 1813 2005 American music professor and choral director
Imig, Warner 1913 2005 US conductor and choral director
Imrie, Martyn Music arranger and editor. In 1977 with Bruno Turner founded Mapa Mundi publishers. Vanderbeek and Imrie was founded in 1983 initially to administer Mapa Mundi, but also to publish a wide range of contemporary music.
Indy, Vincent d' D'Indy, Vincent 1851 1931 French composer and teacher.
Ingegneri, Marc' Antonio Ingegnieri, Ingignieri, Ingignero, Inzegneri) 1545 1592 Italian composer of the late Renaissance
Ingram, Ashley 1960 British guitarist/bassist . He also enjoyed success as a songwriter for Des'ree.
Ippolitov-Ivanof, Mikhail 1859 1935 Russian composer, conductor and teacher. Ippolitov-Ivanov's works include operas, orchestral music, chamber music and a large number of songs. His style is similar to that of his teacher Rimsky-Korsakov.
Ireland, John Ireland, John Nicholson 1879 1972 English composer and teacher of classical music. The majority of his output consists of piano miniatures and of songs with piano. His best-known works include the hymn "The Holy Boy" and a setting of the poem "Sea Fever" by John Masefield.
Irvine, Jessie Seymour 1836 1887 Jessie Seymour Irvine was born in Dunottar in the north-east of Scotland in 1836. She was the daughter of Rev Alexander Irvine, a Church of Scotland minister. While Rev Irvine was serving at Crimond Church, his teenage daughter Jessie was undertaking training as an organist at the nearby town of Banff. According to some accounts, she composed a tune in 1871 for the metrical version of Psalm 23
Irwin, Doreen American Music educator, composer and choral director. She has 43 published choral works. She teaches voice classes, choir, and piano, and puts on numerous choral concerts and vocal recitals
Isaac, Heinrich 1450 1517 Netherlandish Renaissance composer of south Netherlandish origin. He wrote masses, motets, songs (in French, German and Italian), and instrumental music.
Iseler, Elmer 1927 1998 Canadian choir conductor and choral editor. He was the conductor of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and founder of the Festival Singers of Canada and the Elmer Iseler Singers.
Isley, O'Kelly Isley, Kelly 1937 1986 American singer and one of the founding members of the family group, The Isley Brothers.
Ivanovici, Iosef Jovan Ivanović, Iosif Ivanovici, Josef Ivanovich 1805 1902 Romanian military band leader and composer of Transylvanian Serbian origin, best remembered today for his waltz Waves of the Danube.
Ives, Charles Ives, Charles Edward 1874 1954 American modernist composer. He is one of the first American composers of international renown, though his music was largely ignored during his life
Ives, Grayston Ives, Bill 1948 British composer, whose work consists mainly of sacred and secular music for choir, organist, singer and choral director. In 2008 he was awarded a Lambeth DMus and a Fellowship of the Royal School of Church Music.
Ives, J. Ives, Joshua 1854 1931 British musician and university professor. He was soon appointed foundation professor of music at the University of Adelaide and arrived there in March 1885. Hes was director of its Elder Conservatorium for three years from January 1898. He left Adelaide for Melbourne in 1901 where he taught music in Collins Street until 1920 and then at Brighton.
Ivory, Sean Music professor and choir director. He has arranged and composed several published works (in collaboration with Chicago composer Paul Caldwell. Sean directs the Grand Rapids Symphony Youth Chorus, an affiliate organization of the Grand Rapids Symphony. He is also the choral director at Forest Hills Central High School and an affiliate artist with the Youth Choral Theater of Chicago.
Izzo, Carlo 1901 1979 Italian teacher , translator , literary critic and Anglicist translator