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					B dur C B Dur C BAY DOOR C (key of B flat major, German designation)

B moll C b moll C BAY MAWL C (key of b flat minor, German designation)

Baaren C Kees van Baaren C KAYAYSS funn BAHAH-renn

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Babadzhanian C Arno Babadzhanian C AR-no bah-buh-jah-nihAHN

Babayev C Andrei Babayev C ahn-DRAYEE bah-BAH-yeff

Babbi C Cristoforo Babbi C kree-STOH-fo-ro BAHB-bee C (known also as Pietro Giovanni
Cristoforo Bartolomeo Gasparre Babbi [peeAY-tro jo-VAHN-nee kree-STOH-fo-ro bar-toh-lo-
MAY-o gah-SPAHR-ray BAHB-bee])

Babbi C Gregorio Babbi C gray-GAW-reeo BAHB-bee

Babbi C Gregorio Babbi C gray-GAW-reeo BAHB-bee C (known also as Gregorio Lorenzo
[lo-RAYN-tso] Babbi)

Babic C Konstantin Babiƒ C kawn-stahn-TEEN BAH-bihch

Babin C Victor Babin C {VICK-tur BA-b’n} VEEK-tur BAH-binn

Babini C Matteo Babini C maht-TAY-o bah-BEE-nee

Babitz C Sol Babitz C SAHL BA-bittz

Bacarisse C Salvador Bacarisse C sahl-vah-THAWR bah-kah-REESS-say

Baccaloni C Salvatore Baccaloni C sahl-vah-TOH-ray bahk-kah-LO-nee

Baccanale largo al quadrupede C Baccanale: Largo al quadrupede C bahk-kah-NAH-lay:
LAR-go ahl kooah-droo-PAY-day C (choral excerpt from the opera La traviata [lah trah-
veeAH-tah] — The Worldly Woman; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee];
libretto by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after Alexandre
Dumas [ah-leck-sah6-dr’ dü-mah])

Bacchelli C Giovanni Bacchelli C jo-VAHN-nee bahk-KAYL-lee

Bacchius C {BAHK-kihôôss} VAHK-kawss

Baccholian singers of london C Baccholian Singers of London C bahk-KO-lee-unn (Singers of
London)

Bacchus C Bacchus C bahk-küss C (character in the opera La belle Hélène [lah bell ay-lenn]
— The Fair Helen; music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk]; libretto by Henri
Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])

Baccusi C Ippolito Baccusi C eep-po-LEE-toh bahk-KOO-zee / (known also as Hyppolyti
Baccusii [eep-po-LEE-tee bahk-KOO-zeeee])

Bacewicz C Graóyna Bacewicz C grah-ZHIH-nah bah-TSEH-veech

Bach C Albert Bach C AHL-pert BAHK

Bach C August Wilhelm Bach C AHÔÔ-gôôst VILL-hellm BAHK

Bach C Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach C KARL FEE-lipp ay-MAHAH-nooayl BAHK

Bach C Christoph Bach C KRIH-stawf BAHK

Bach C Georg Christoph Bach C GAY-awrk KRIH-stawf BAHK

Bach C Hans Back C HAHNSS BAHK

Bach C Heinrich Bach C H¦N-rihh BAHK

Bach C Johann Ambrosius Bach C YO-hahn ahm-BRO-zihôôss BAHK

Bach C Johann Bach C YO-hahn BAHK C (known also as Johannes Hans Bach [yo-HAHN-
nuss HAHNSS BAHK])

Bach C Johann Bernhard Bach C YO-hahn BEHRN-hart BAHK

Bach C Johann Christian Bach C YO-hahn KRIH-stihahn BAHK C (known also as John
Christian Bach [JAHN KRISS-tihunn BAHK])

Bach C Johann Christoph Bach C YO-hahn KRIH-stawf BAHK

Bach C Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach C YO-hahn KRIH-stawf FREET-rihh BAHK

Bach C Johann Egidius Bach C YO-hahn ay-GHIH-dihôôss BAHK C (known also as Johann
Aegidius [ay-GHIH-dihôôss] Bach])

Bach C Johann Ernst Bach C YO-hahn EHRNST BAHK

Bach C Johann Ludwig Bach C YO-hahn LOOT-vihh BAHK

Bach C Johann Michael Bach C YO-hahn MIH-hah-ell BAHK
Bach C Johann Nikolaus Bach C YO-hahn NEE-ko-lahôôss BAHK

Bach C Johann Sebastian Bach C YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn
BAHK

Bach C Leonhard Emil Bach C LAY-awn-hart AY-meel BAHK

Bach C Wilhelm Friedemann Bach C VILL-hellm FREE-duh-mahn BAHK

Bach C Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach C VILL-hellm FREET-rihh EHRNST BAHK

Bacharach C Burt Bacharach C BURT BAH-kah-rahk

Bachauer C Gina Bachauer C JEE-nah bah-KAHÔÔ-ur

Bache C Constance Bache C KAHN-stunntss BAHK

Bache bene venies C Bache, bene venies C BAH-keh, BEH-neh VEH-nihess C (Welcome,
Bacchus) C (excerpt from the 13th-century collection Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-
RAH-nah])

Bachelar C Daniel Bachelar C dah-nihell bah-shuh-lar / (the last name is known also as
Bacheler [bah-shuh-lur], Bachiler [bah-shih-lur], Batchelar [BA-chuh-lar], and Batchiler [BA-
chih-lur}

Bacheler C Daniel Bacheler C (see Daniel Bachelar)

Bachelet C Alfred Bachelet C ahl-fredd bah-shuh-leh

Bachelierus C bah-shuh-leeeh-rüss C (Surgeon, doctoral candidate) C (character in Le malade
imaginaire [luh mah-lahd ee-mah-zhee-nehr] — The Hypochondriac — a play by Jean-
Baptiste Molière [zhah6-bah-teest maw-leeehr], with music by Marc-Antoine Charpentier
[mark-ah6-twahn shar-pah6-teeay])

Baches wiegenlied C Des Baches Wiegenlied C dess BAH-kess VEE-gunn-leet C (The
Brook's Lullaby) C (poem by Wilhelm Müller [VILL-hellm MÜL-lur] set to music by Franz
Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert] in the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin [dee SHÖ-nuh
MÜL-luh-rinn] — The Miller’s Lovely Daughter)

Bachianas brasileiras C Bachianas Brasileiras C bah-shee-AH-nuss brah-zee-LAY-russ C (a
collection of eight folk-style Brazilian songs by Heitor Villa-Lobos [ay-TAWR VEEL-luh-LO-
bôôsh])

Bachmann C Alberto Abraham Bachmann C ahl-PEHR-toh AHAH-prah-hahm BAHK-mahn
Bachofen C Johann Caspar Bachofen C YO-hahn KAH-spar BAH-ko-funn

Bachrich C Sigmund Bachrich C ZEEK-môônt BAHK-rihh

Baci cari C BAH-chee KAH-ree C (Dear Kisses) C (vocal duet by Claudio Monteverdi
[KLAHOO-deeo mohn-tay-VAYR-dee])

Baci soavi e cari C Baci, soavi e cari C BAH-chee, so-AH-vee ay KAH-ree C (Kisses, Sweet
and Dear) C (madrigal [MADD-rih-gull], with music by Claudio Monteverdi [KLAHOO-deeo
mohn-tay-VAYR-dee] and lyric by Giovanni Battista Guarini [jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah
gooah-REE-nee])

Bacilly C Bénigne de Bacilly C bay-nee-ny’ duh bah-see-yee / (the last name is also spelled
Basilly [bah-see-yee] and Bassilly [bah-see-yee])

Back C Knut Bäck C k’NÜT BECK

Back C Sven-Erik Bäck C SVENN-AYUH-rick BECK

Backer grondahl C Agathe Backer-Grøndahl C ah-GAH-tuh BAH-kur-GRÖN-dahl C
(known also as Agathe Ursula Backer-Grøndahl [ah-GAH-tuh ew-SHEW-lah BAH-kur
GRÖN-dahl])

Backers C Cor Backers C KAWR BAH-kerss

Backhaus C Wilhelm Backhaus C VILL-hellm BAHK-hahôôss

Bacquier C Gabriel Bacquier C gah-breeell bah-keeay C (known also as Gabriel-Augustin-
Raymond-Théodore-Louis Bacquier [gah-breeell-o-güs-teh6-reh-maw6-tay-aw-dawr-lôôee bah-
keeay])

Badarzewska C Thekla Bdarzewska C TECK-lah baw6-dar-ZEFF-skah C (known also as
Tekla Bdarzewska-Baranowska [TECK-lah baw6-dar-ZEFF-skah-bah-rah-NAWF-skah])

Badea C Christian Badea C {KRISS-tihunn BAH-dehuh} KREESS-teeahn bah-DEE-ah

Baden C Conrad Baden C KOON-rahd BAH-d’n / (known also as Peter Conrad Krohn Baden
[PEHEH-tur KOON-rahd KROON BAH-d’n])

Bader C Roland Bader C RO-lunnt BAH-dur

Badescu C Dinu Badescu C DEE-noo bah-DESS-koo C (known also as Dinu Constantin
Badescu [DEE-noo kawn-stahn-TEEN bah-DESS-koo])

Badia C Carlo Agostino Badia C KAR-lo ah-go-STEE-no bah-DEE-ah
Badia C Conchita Badia C kawn-CHEE-tah bah-THEE-ah C (known also as Conxita Badia
[kawn-CHEE-tah bah-THEE-ah])

Badia C Juan Llongueras y Badía C hooAHN l’yawn-GHEH-rahss ee bah-DEE-ah

Badinerie C bah-dee-n’ree C (composition by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-
tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) C (excerpt from Suite/Ouverture [süeet/oo-ver-tür]
No. 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach)

Badings C Henk Badings C HEHNGK BAH-dihngss

Badini C Ernesto Badini C ayr-NAY-stoh bah-DEE-nee

Badinski C Nicolai Badinski C nee-kaw-LAHEE bah-DYINN-skee

Badura skoda C Paul Badura-Skoda C PAHÔÔL bah-DOO-rah-SKO-dah

Baer C Kathi Meyer-Baer C {KA-thee M¦-ur-BAYR} KAH-tee M¦-ur-BAYR

Baermann C Karl Baermann, Jr. C KARL BEHR-mahn, Jr. C (known also as KARL
Bärmann [BEHR-mahn], Jr.

Baervoets C Raymond Baervoets C RAY-mawnt BAR-vôôtss

Baeyens C August Baeyens C aw-GÜST B¦-yennss

Baez C Joan Baez C JOUHN BAH-ezz C (known also as Joan Chandos [CHAHN-dohss]
Baez)

Baeza C Acario Cotapos Baeza C ah-KAH-reeo ko-TAH-pawss bah-AY-sah

Bagalli C Ottorino Bagalli C oht-toh-REE-no bah-GAHL-lee

Bagatelle C bah-gah-tell C (excerpt from Le bal masqué [luh bahl mah-skay] — The Masked
Ball — a cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k])

Bagatelle sans tonalite C Bagatelle sans tonalité C bah-gah-tell sah6 taw-nah-lee-tay C
(waltz by Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST])

Bagge C Selmar Bagge C ZELL-mar BAHG-guh

Bagge rosorna C De bägge rosorna C deh BEGG-guh rôô-SÔÔR-nah C (The Two Roses)
C (poem by F. M. Franzén [(F. M.) FRAHN-seeuhn] set to music by Jean Sibelius [zhah6 sih-
BAY-lihôôss])
Baggiani C Guido Baggiani C gooEE-doh bahd-JAH-nee

Bagier C Guido Bagier C gooEE-doh BAH-geer

Baglama C bah-l’YAH-mah C (lute)

Bahnangestellter C BAH-nahn-guh-shtell-tur C (Railwayman) C (character in the opera
Jonny spielt auf [YAWN-nee SHPEELT AHÔÔF] — Jonny [JAHN-nee] Starts Playing; music
and libretto by Ernst KÍenek [EHRNST krSHEH-neck])

Bahner C Gert Bahner C GHEHRT BAH-nur

Bahr C Josef Bähr C YOHOH-zeff BAYR C (known also as Franz [FRAHNTSS] Josef Bähr])

Bai C Tommaso Bai C tohm-MAH-zo BAHEE C (known also as Tommaso Baj [BAHEE])

Baif C Jean-Antoine de Baïf C zhah6-nah6-twahn duh bah-eef

Bailero C Baïlèro C bahee-leh-ro C (Shepherds' Song) C (excerpt from Chants d'Auvergne
[shah6 doh-vehrny’] — Songs of the Auvergne [o-vehrny’], French folk songs collected by
Joseph Canteloube [zho-zeff kah6-t’lôôb])

Bailli C Le Bailli C luh bah-yih C (The Bailiff) C (character in the opera Werther [vehr-tur];
music by Jules Massenet [zhül {mahss-s’nay} mahss-s’neh]; libretto by Édouard Blau [ay-dôôar
blo], Paul Milliet [pohl mee-yeeeh], and Georges Hartmann [zhawrzh hart-mahn] after Johann
Wolfgang von Goethe [YO-hahn VAWLF-gahng fawn GÖ-tuh])

Baillie C Dame Isobel Baillie C DAYM IH-zo-bell BAYL-lee

Baillie C Joanna Baillie C jo-ANN-nuh BAYL-lee

Baillot C Pierre Baillot C peeehr beh-yo C (known also as Pierre-Marie-François de Sales
Baillot [peeehr-mah-ree-frah6-swah duh sahl beh-yo])

Bailly C Louis Bailly C lôôee beh-yee

Baini C Giuseppe Baini C joo-ZAYP-pay BAHEE-nee C (known also as Abbate [ahb-BAH-
tay] Baini)

Baird C Julianne Baird C joo-lee-ANN BEHUHRD

Baird C Tadeusz Baird C tah-DEH-ôôsh BAYRD

Bairstow C Sir Edward Bairstow C (Sir) EDD-wurd BEHUHR-stoh C (known also as Sir
Edward Cuthbert [KUTH-burt] Bairstow)
Baj C Tommaso Baj C tohm-MAH-zo BAHEE C (known also as Tommaso Bai [BAHEE])

Bajadere C bah-zhah-dehr C (Dancer) C (character in the opera Das Nusch-Nuschi [dahss
NÔÔSH-NÔÔ-shee] — The Nusch Nuschi; music by Paul Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuh-
mitt] and libretto by Franz Blei [FRAHNTSS BL¦]) C (the Nusch-Nuschi is a mythical beast,
half rat and half alligator) C (the opera is subtitled A Play for Burmese Marionettes)

Bajan C Péter Baján C PAY-ter BAH-yahahn

Bajoras C Feliksas Bajoras C FAY-lick-sahss bah-YAW-rahss C (known also as Feliksas
Bayoras [bah-YAW-rahss])

Bakala C BÍetislav Bakala C brSHEH-tih-slahf BAH-kah-lah

Bakaleinikov C Vladimir Bakaleinikov C {VLA-duh-mur ba-kuh-L¦-nih-kawv} vlah-DYEE-
mihr bah-kah-LAYEE-nyih-kuff

Bake C Arnold Adriaan Bake C AR-nawlt AH-dree-ahahn BAH-kuh

Bakfark C Valentin Bakfark C VAH-lenn-tinn BAHK-fark C (known also as Bálint Bakfark
[BAHAH-linnt BAHK-fark])

Baklanov C George Baklanov C JAW-urj bahk-LAH-nawf C (known also as Georgi
Baklanov [gay-AWR-ghee bahk-LAH-nuff])

Bal C Le bal C luh bahl C (The Ball) C (excerpt from the suite Jeux d’enfants [zhö dah6-
fah6] — Children’s Games — by Georges Bizet [zhawrzh bee-zay])

Bal masque C Le bal masqué C luh bahl mah-skay C (The Masked Ball) C (cantata [kunn-
TAH-tuh] by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k])

Bal y gay C Jesús Bal y Gay C hay-SOOSS BAHL ee GH¦

Balada C Leonardo Balada C lay-o-NAR-doh bah-LAH-thah

Balada de la placeta C Balada de la placeta C bah-LAH-thah day lah plah-THAY-tah C
(Ballad [BAL-ludd] of the Little Square) C (excerpt from Madrigals [MADD-rih-gullz] by
George Crumb [JAW-urj KRUMM])

Balakauskas C Osvaldas Balakauskas C ahss-VAHL-dahss bah-lah-KAHÔÔSS-kahss

Balakirev C Mily Balakirev C MEE-lee bah-LAH-kih-reff C (known also as Mily Alexeievich
[ah-lyick-SAYEE-eh-vihch] Balakirev)

Balalaika C bah-lah-LAHIH-kuh C (a musical play by George Posford [JAW-urj PAWSS-
furd], Bernard Grun [BUR-nurd GROON], and Maschwitz [MAHSH-vittss])

Balanchine C George Balanchine C JAW-urj BA-lunn-cheen

Balanchivadze C Andrei Balanchivadze C ahn-DRAYEE bah-lahn-chih-VAHD-zuh C (known
also as Andrei Melitonovich [mih-lyih-TAW-nuh-vihch] Balanchivadze)

Balanchivadze C Meliton Balanchivadze C mih-lyih-TAWN bah-lahn-chih-VAHD-zuh C
(known also as Meliton Antonovich [ahn-TAW-nuh-vihch] Balanchivadze)

Balart C Gabriel Balart C gahv-reeELL bah-LART

Balasanian C Sergei Balasanian C sehr-GAYEE bah-luh-sah-nihAHN

Balassa C Sándor Balassa C SHAHAHN-dawr BAH-lahsh-shah

Balatka C Hans Balatka C HAHNSS BAH-laht-kah

Balatsch C Norbert Balatsch C NAWR-pert BAH-lahtsh

Balazs C István Balázs C IHSHT-vahahn BAH-lahahzh

Balbastre C Claude Balbastre C klohd bahl-bah-tr’ C (known also as Claude-Bénigne
Balbastre [klohd-bay-nee-ny’ bahl-bah-tr’], Claude Balbâtre [bahl-bah-tr’], and Claude-
Bénigne Balbâtre [klohd-bay-nee-ny’ bahl-bah-tr’])

Balbatre C Claude Balbâtre C klohd bahl-bah-tr’ C (known also as Claude Balbastre [klohd
bahl-bah-tr’], Claude-Bénigne Balbastre [klohd-bay-nee-ny’ bahl-bah-tr’], and Claude-Bénigne
Balbâtre [klohd-bay-nee-ny’ bahl-bah-tr’])

Balbi C Lodovico Balbi C lo-doh-VEE-ko BAHL-bee C (known also as Lodovico Balbus [lo-
doh-VEE-ko BAHL-bôôss])

Balbi C Melchiore Balbi C mayl-keeOH-ray BAHL-bee

Balbulus C Notker Balbulus C NAWT-kur BAHL-bôô-lôôss

Balbus C Lodovico Balbus C lo-doh-VEE-ko BAHL-bôôss C (known also as Lodovico Balbi
[lo-doh-VEE-ko BAHL-bee])

Balcon C Le balcon C luh bahl-kaw6 C (The Balcony) C (composition by Claude Debussy
[klohd deh-büss-see])

Baldani C Ruza Baldani C ROO-tsah bahl-DAH-nee
Baldassare C Pietro Baldassare C peeAY-tro bahl-dahss-SAH-ray

Baldi C João José Baldi C zhôôAH6ôô zhôô-ZAY BAHL-dee

Baldin C Aldo Baldin C AHL-doh BAHL-dinn

Baldotto C Enrico Baldotto C ayn-REE-ko bahl-DOHT-toh

Balearic song C bah-lay-AH-rick (Song) C (song from the opera Salammbô [sah-lahm-BO];
music by Modest Moussorgsky [mah-DYESST MOOSS-surk-skee] and libretto by
Moussorgsky after Flaubert [flo-bay])

Balen del suo sorriso C Il balen del suo sorriso C eel BAH-layn dayl SOO-o sohr-REE-zo C
(The lightning flash of her smile) C (aria from the opera Il trovatore [eel tro-vah-TOH-ray] —
The Troubadour; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Salvadore
Cammarano [sahl-vah-DOH-ray kahm-mah-RAH-no] and Leone Emanuele Bardare [lay-O-
nay ay-mah-nooAY-lay bar-DAH-ray] after Antonio García Gutiérrez [ahn-TOH-neeo gar-
THEE-ah goo-teeAYR-rehth])

Balerdi C José María de Iparraguirre y Balerdí C ho-SAY mah-REE-ah day ee-pah-rah-
GHEER-ray ee bah-lehr-DEE

Balestri C Luigi Balestri C looEE-jee bah-LAY-stree

Balfe C Michael William Balfe C M¦-kull WILL-lihumm BALF

Balfoort C Dirk Jacobus Balfoort C DIHRK yah-KO-büss BAHL-fohohrt

Balin C Marty Balin C MAR-tee BA-linn

Ball C Michael Ball C M¦-kull BOHL

Ballad from rosamunde C Ballad From Rosamunde C BAL-ludd (From) RO-zuh-munnd C
(song by Charles Ives [CHAH-rullz ¦VZ])

Ballade C bahl-lahd C (composition by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ}
BRAHAHMSS]) C (composition by Frédéric Chopin [fray-day-reek shaw-peh6])

Balladen C bah-lah-d’n C (ballads)

Ballard C Robert Ballard C ro-behr bahl-lar

Ballet C bahl-leh C (excerpt from the Petite suite [p’teet süeet] by Claude Debussy [klohd
deh-büss-see])
Ballet C BAL-lay C (American pronunciation)

Balleys C Brigitte Balleys C bree-zheet bahl-lay

Ballif C Claude Ballif C klohd bahl-leef C (known also as Claude André François [ah6-dray
frah6-swah] Ballif

Balling C Michael Balling C MIH-hah-ell BAWL-lihng

Ballista C Antonio Ballista C ahn-TAW-neeo bahl-LEE-stah

Ballo C BAHL-lo C (song by Luciano Berio [loo-cheeAH-no BAY-reeo])

Ballo e canto de villanelli C Ballo e canto de’ villanelli C BAHL-lo ay KAHN-toh day veel-
lah-NAYL-lee C (Dance and Song of Country Folk) C (allegro [ahl-LAY-gro] excerpt from
L’autunno [lahoo-TOON-no] — Autumn) C (from Le quattro stagioni [lay kooAHT-tro stah-
JO-nee] — The Four Seasons — by Antonio Vivaldi [ahn-TAW-neeo vee-VAHL-dee])

Ballo in maschera C Un ballo in maschera C oon BAHL-lo een mah-SKAY-rah] — A
Masked Ball; an opera, with music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by
Antonio Somma [ahn-TAW-neeo SOHM-mah] after Eugène Scribe [ö-zhenn skreeb])

Ballotta C E. Ballotta C (E.) bahl-LOHT-tah

Ballou C Esther Williamson Ballou C ESS-tur WILL-lihumm-s’n bahl-LOO

Ballynure C bal-lih-n’YÔÔR

Ballynure ballad C A Ballynure Ballad C (A) bal-lih-n’YÔÔR (BAL-ludd)

Balmain C Ian Balmain C EE-unn bal-MAYN

Balmer C Luc Balmer C LOOK BAHL-mur

Balmont C Konstantin Bal’mont C kahn-stahn-TYEEN BAHL-munnt

Balogh C Ernö Balogh C EHR-nö BAH-lawg

Balokovic C Zlatko Balokoviƒ C ZLAHT-kaw bah-LAW-kaw-vihch

Balsam C Artur Balsam C AR-tur BAHL-sahm

Balsis C Eduardas Balsis C eh-dôôAR-dahss BAHL-siss / (known also as Eduardas Balsys
[BAHL-siss])
Balstrode C Captain Balstrode C KAPP-tunn BAL-strohd C (character in the opera Peter
Grimes [PEE-tur GR¦MZ]; music by Benjamin Britten [BENN-juh-munn BRITT-tunn];
libretto by Montagu Slater [MAHN-tah-gh’yoo SLAY-tur] after Crabbe [KRABB])

Balsys C Eduardas Balsys C eh-dôôAR-dahss BAHL-siss / (known also as Eduardas Balsis
[BAHL-siss])

Balthazar C BAHL-tah-zar C (character in the opera Amahl [uh-MAHL] and the Night
Visitors, words and music by Gian Carlo Menotti [jahn KAR-lo may-NOHT-tee])

Baltsa C Agnes Baltsa C AGG-nuss BAHLT-suh C (the foregoing is an Americanized
spelling and pronunciation; this Greek national is known in Greece as Agne Baltsa [ahg-NEE
bahl-TSAH])

Baltzar C Thomas Baltzar C TOH-mahss BAHLT-tsar

Balulalow C bah-LOO-lah-loh C (song by Benjamin Britten [BENN-juh-munn BRITT-
tunn]) C (song by Peter Warlock [PEE-tur WAWR-lahk])

Balzola C Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga y Balzola C hooAHN kree-SAWSS-toh-mo ar-reeAH-gah
ee bahl-THO-lah C (known also as Juan Crisóstomo Jacobo Antonio de Arriaga y Balzola
[hooAHN kree-SAWSS-toh-mo yah-KO-vo ahn-TOH-neeo day ar-reeAH-gah ee bahl-THO-
lah])

Bamberg symphony orchestra C {BAMM-burg} BAHM-pehrk (Symphony Orchestra)

Bamberger C Carl Bamberger C KARL BAHM-pehr-gur

Bambini C bahm-BEE-nee C (children) C (characters in the opera La bohème [lah baw-emm]
— Bohemian Life; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi
Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after Henri
Murger [ah6-ree mür-zhay])

Bamboschek C Giuseppe Bamboschek C {joo-SEPP-pee BAMM-buh-sheck} joo-ZAYP-pay
BAHM-bo-skayk

Bambula C bahm-BOO-lah C (excerpt from the suite De Orishas [day o-REE-shahss] by
Tanya Leon [TAHN-yah lay-AWN])

Bamert C Matthias Bamert C maht-TEE-ahss BAH-mert

Banchieri C Adriano Banchieri C ah-dree-AH-no bahn-keeAY-ree C (known also as Adriano
Tomaso [toh-MAH-zo] Banchieri)

Band C Erich Band C AY-rih BAHNT
Bandelli C Antonella Bandelli C ahn-toh-NAYL-lah bahn-DAYL-lee

Bandi C János Bándi C YAHAH-nohsh BAHAHN-dih

Banditelli C Gloria Banditelli C GLAW-reeah bahn-dee-TAYL-lee

Bandrowska turska C Ewa Bandrowska-Turska C EH-vah bahn-DRAWF-skah-TÔÔR-skah
C (The first name is also spelled Eva)

Bandrowski sas C Alexander Bandrowski-Sas C ah-leck-SAHN-der bahn-DRAWF-skee-
SAHSS

Banevich C Sergei Banevich C sehr-GAYEE bah-NYAY-vihch

Bang C Maia Bang C MAHIH-yah BAHNG

Bangsa C BAHNG-sah C (character in the opera Das Nusch-Nuschi [dahss NÔÔSH-NÔÔ-
shee] — The Nusch Nuschi; music by Paul Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuh-mitt] and libretto by
Franz Blei [FRAHNTSS BL¦]) C (the Nusch-Nuschi is a mythical beast, half rat and half
alligator) C (the opera is subtitled A Play for Burmese Marionettes)

Baniewicz C Vera Baniewicz C VEH-rah bah-neeEH-veech

Bank C Jacques Bank C ZHACK BAHNK

Banshchikov C Gennadi Banshchikov C ghenn-NAH-dyee BAHNSH-chih-kuff C (the first
name is also transliterated as Gennady [ghenn-NAH-dee])

Banti C Brigida Banti C bree-JEE-dah BAHN-tee

Bantock C Sir Granville Bantock C (Sir) GRANN-vill BANN-tahk

Banwart C Jakob Banwart C YAHAH-kawp BAHN-vart

Banz C Bertram Banz C BEHR-trahm BAHNTSS

Bar C Olaf Bär C OHOH-lahf BAYR

Bar illan C David Bar-Illan C dah-VEED BAR-eel-LAHN C (known also as David Jacob
[yah-ah-KOHV] Bar-Illan)

Barab C Seymour Barab C SEE-mohuhr buh-RAHB

Barak C BAH-rahk C (character in the opera Die Frau ohne Schatten [dee FRAHÔÔ O-nuh
SHAHT-tunn] — The Woman Without a Shadow; music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart
SHTRAHÔÔSS] and libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal [HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl])

Baranovic C Krešimir Baranoviƒ C KREH-shih-mihr bah-RAH-naw-vihch

Baranowska C Teckla Bdarzewska-Baranowska C TECK-lah baw6-dar-ZEFF-skah-bah-
rah-NAWF-skah C (known also as Thekla [TECK-lah] Bdarzewska)

Baranska C Boóena Brun-Bara½ska C bo-ZHEH-nah BRÔÔN-bah-R¦6-skah

Barati C George Barati C JAW-urj {bah-RAH-tee} BAH-rah-tee / (known also as György
[JÖRJ] Barati)

Baratynski C Evgeny Baratynski C yevv-GAY-nee bah-rah-TYINN-skee

Barayon C Ramon Sender Barayón C {RAY-munn SENN-dur ba-ray-AWN} rah-MAWN
sayn-DEHR bah-rah-YAWN C (known also as Ramon Sender)

Barbacola C Jacobus Barbacola C yah-KO-büss bar-bah-KO-lah C (see also Jacques
Barbireau)

Barbacola C Jacques Barbacola C ZHACK bar-bah-KO-lah (see also Jacques Barbireau)

Barbaja C Domenico Barbaja C doh-MAY-nee-ko bar-BAH-hah

Barbarieu C Jacobus Barbarieu C yah-KO-büss bar-bah-reeÖ C (see also Jacques Barbireau)

Barbarieu C Jacques Barbarieu C ZHACK bar-bah-reeÖ (see also Jacques Barbireau)

Barbarina C bar-bah-REE-nah C (character in the opera Le nozze di Figaro [lay NOHT-tsay
dee FEE-gah-ro] — The Marriage of Figaro; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-
gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]; libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte [lo-RAYN-tso dah POHN-
tay] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-
sheh])

Barbaruccio C bar-bah-ROO-cho C (character in the operetta Eine Nacht in Venedig [¦-nuh
NAHKT inn fay-NAY-dihh] — A Night in Venice; music by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn
SHTRAHÔÔSS II]; libretto by Camillo Walzel [kah-MEEL-lo VAHL-tsull] and Richard Genée
[RIH-hart zhuh-nay])

Barbaux C Christine Barbaux C kreess-teen bar-bo

Barbavano C bar-bah-VAHN-no C (character in the opera Les brigands [leh bree-gah6] —
The Brigands [BRIH-gunndz]; music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk];
libretto by Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])
Barbe C Helmut Barbe C HELL-moot BAR-buh

Barbeau C Marius Barbeau C mah-reeüss bar-bo

Barbera C José Barberá C ho-SAY bar-beh-RAH

Barberau C Jacobus Barberau C yah-KO-büss bar-beh-RAHÔÔ C (see also Jacques
Barbireau)

Barberau C Jacques Barberau C ZHACK bar-buh-RAHÔÔ C (see also Jacques Barbireau)

Barberillo de lavapies C El barberillo de Lavapiés C ell bar-bay-REE-l’yo day lah-vah-
peeAYSS C (a zarzuela [thar-thooWAY-lah], with music by Francisco Asenjo Barbieri [frahn-
THEESS-ko ah-SAYN-ho bar-beeay-ree] and libretto by Larra [LAHR-rah])

Barbi C Alice Barbi C ah-LEE-chay BAR-bee

Barbier C Jules Barbier C zhül bar-beeay

Barbier C Marc Barbier C mark bar-beeay

Barbier C René Barbier C ruh-nay bar-beeay C (known also as René Auguste-Ernest Barbier
[ruh-nay o-güst-ehr-nesst bar-beeay])

Barbiere di siviglia C Il barbiere di Siviglia C eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah C (The
Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]) C (an opera, with music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no
rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-
Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and
Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Barbieri C Carlo Emanuele Barbieri C KAR-lo ay-mah-nooAY-lay bar-beeAY-ree

Barbieri C Fedora Barbieri C fay-DOH-rah bar-beeAY-ree

Barbieri C Francisco Asenjo Barbieri C frahn-THEESS-ko ah-SAYN-ho bar-veeAY-ree

Barbieri nini C Marianna Barbieri-Nini C mah-reeAHN-nah bar-beeAY-ree-NEE-nee

Barbirau C Jacobus Barbirau C yah-KO-büss bar-bee-RAHÔÔ (see also Jacques Barbireau)

Barbirau C Jacques Barbirau C ZHACK bar-bee-RAHÔÔ C (see also Jacques Barbireau)

Barbireau C Jacques Barbireau C ZHACK bar-bee-RO C (known also as Jacobus Barbireau
[yah-KO-büss bar-bee-RO] C (the surname is also spelled Barbirau [bar-bee-RAHÔÔ],
Barbarieu [bar-bah-reeÖ], Barbyrianus [bar-bih-rihAH-nüss], Barberau [bar-beh-RAHÔÔ], and
Barbacola [bar-bah-KO-lah])

Barbirolli C Sir John Barbirolli C (Sir) JAHN bar-bih-RAHL-lih C (known also as Giovanni
Battista Barbirolli [jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bar-bee-ROHL-lee])

Barblan C Guglielmo Barblan C goo-leeAYL-mo BAR-blahn

Barblan C Otto Barblan C AWT-toh BAR-blahn

Barbosa lima C Carlos Barbosa-Lima C KAH-lôôsh bar-BO-zuh-LEE-muh

Barbot C Joseph-Théodore-Désiré Barbot C zho-zeff-tay-aw-dawr-day-zee-ray bar-bo

Barbour C Florence Newell Barbour C FLAW-runntss n’YOO-ull BAR-bur

Barbour C J. Murray Barbour C J. MURR-ree BAR-bur C (known also as James [JAYMZ]
Murray Barbour)

Barboza C Raul Barboza C rahOOL bar-VO-thah

Barbyrianus C Jacobus Barbyrianus C yah-KO-büss bar-bih-rihAH-nüss C (see also Jacques
Barbireau)

Barbyrianus C Jacques Barbyrianus C zhack bar-bih-rihAH-nüss (see Jacques Barbireau)

Barca C La Barca C lah BAR-kah C (The Boat) C (excerpt from the suite Impresiones
intimas [eem-prayss-YO-nayss een-TEE-mahss] — Intimate Impressions — by Federico
Mompou [feh-theh-REE-ko mawm-POOO])

Barcarole C bar-kah-rawl C (excerpt from the opera Les contes d'Hoffmann [leh kaw6t dawf-
mahn] — The Tales of Hoffmann; music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk];
libretto by Jules Barbier [zhül bar-beeay] and Michel Carré [mee-shell kar-ray]) C (No. 6, June,
from The Seasons by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky [p’YAW-t’r ill-YEECH {chahih-KAWF-skee}
chay-KAWF-skee])

Barcarolle C bar-kah-rawl C (composition by Gabriel Fauré [gah-breeell fo-ray]) C
(composition by Frédéric Chopin [fray-day-reek shaw-peh6)

Barcarolle C BAR-kuh-rohl C (American pronunciation)

Barce C Ramón Barce C rah-MAWN BAR-thay

Barcellona C John Barcellona C JAHN bar-sull-LO-nuh

Barcewicz C Stanis»aw Barcewicz C stah-NYEESS-wahf bar-TSEH-veech
Barcheggio C Il barcheggio C eel bar-KAYD-jo C (Little Boat) C (stage work by Alessandro
Stradella [ah-layss-SAHN-dro strah-DAYL-lah])

Barcheta C La barcheta C lah bar-kay-tah C (The Little Boat) C (composition by Reynaldo
Hahn [ray-NAHL-doh HAHN])

Bardi C Giovanni de’ Bardi C jo-VAHN-nee day BAR-dee

Bardolph C BAR-dohlf C (character in the opera Falstaff [FAHL-stahf]; music by Giuseppe
Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Arrigo Boito [ar-REE-go bo-EE-toh] after
William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr])

Bardos C Lajos Bárdos C LAH-yohsh BAHAHR-dohsh

Bareiro C Carlos Lara-Bareiro C KAR-lawss LAH-rah-bah-RAYEE-ro

Barena C BAH-reh-nah C (character in the opera Jençfa [yeh-NOOOO-fah]; music by Leoš
Janá…ek [LEH-awsh yah-NAHAH-check]; libretto by Janá…ek after Gabriela Preissová [GAH-
priheh-lah PR¦SS-saw-vahah])

Barenboim C Daniel Barenboim C DAH-nihell BAH-runn-bohihm

Barer C Marshall Barer C MAR-shull BAH-rur

Barere C Simon Barere C SEE-munn bah-REH-ruh

Barford C Imogen Barford C IH-muh-jeen BAR-furd

Barge C Wilhelm Barge C VILL-hellm BAR-guh

Bargel C Wolfgang Bargel C VAWLF-gahng BAR-gull

Bargeron C Dave Bargeron C DAYV BAR-juh-runn

Bargiel C Woldemar Bargiel C VAWL-tuh-mar BAR-gheel

Bargielski C Zbigniew Bargielski C zBEEG-neeeff bar-gheeELL-skee

Barick C David Barick C DAY-vudd BA-rick

Barili C Alfredo Barili C {al-FREE-doh bah-RIH-lee} ahl-FRAY-doh bah-REE-lee

Barilli C Bruno Barilli C BROO-no bah-REEL-lee

Barini C Giorgio Barini C JOHR-jo bah-REE-nee
Barjansky C Alexander Barjansky C uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r bar-YAHN-skee

Bark C Jan Bark C YAHN BARIHK C (known also as Jan Helge Guttorm [HELL-guh GÜT-
tawrm] Bark )

Barkauskas C Vytautas Barkauskas C vee-TAHÔÔ-tahss bar-KAHÔÔSS-kahss

Barkel C Charles Barkel C SHARLSS BAR-kill

Barlay C Zsuzsa Barlay C ZHÔÔ-zhah BAR-l§

Barmann C Heinrich Bärmann C H¦N-rihh BEHR-mahn C (known also as Heinrich Joseph
Bärmann [H¦N-rihh YOHOH-zeff BEHR-mahn])

Barmann C Karl Bärmann, Jr. C KARL BEHR-mahn, (Jr.) C (known also as Karl Baermann
[BEHR-mahn], Jr.)

Barmann C Karl Bärmann C KARL BEHR-mahn

Barmas C Issaye Barmas C iss-S¦ bar-MAHSS

Barmherziges herze der ewigen liebe C Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe C BARM-hehr-
tsih-guss HEHR-tsuh dayr AY-vih-gunn LEE-buh C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann
Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Barnekow C Christian Barnekow C KRISS-tihunn BAH-nuh-k"w

Barnet C Charlie Barnet C CHAR-lee bar-NETT

Barnett C Alice Barnett C A-luss bar-NETT

Barnett C Bonnie Barnett C BAHN-nee bar-NETT

Barnett C John Barnett C JAHN bar-NETT C (known also as John Manley Barnet [JAHN
MANN-lee bar-NETT])

Barnett C John Francis Barnett C JAHN FRANN-suss bar-NETT

Barolsky C Michael Barolsky C mee-HAYL bah-RAWL-skee

Baron C Ernst Gottlieb Baron C EHRNST GAWT-leep bah-ROHN

Baron C Maurice Baron C {MAW-russ BA-runn} mo-reess bah-raw6

Baron C Samuel Baron C SAMM-yuh-wull BA-runn
Baron de campo tasso C Le Baron de Campo Tasso C luh bah-raw6 duh kah6-po tahss-so C
(character in the opera Les brigands [leh bree-gah6] — The Brigands [BRIH-gunndz]; music by
Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk]; libretto by Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack]
and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])

Baron mirko zeta C Baron Mirko Zeta C bah-ROHN MEER-ko TSAY-tah C (character in
the operetta Die lustige Witwe [dee LÔÔ-stih-guh VITT-vuh] — The Merry Widow; music by
Franz Lehár [FRAHNZ leh-HAHAHR]; libretto by Victor Léon [veek-tawr lay-aw6] and Leo
Stein [LAY-o SHT¦N] after Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack])

Baron ochs auf lerchenau C Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau C bah-ROHN AWKSS ahôôf LEHR-
huh-nahôô C (character in the opera Der Rosenkavalier [dayr RO-zunn-kah-fah-leer] — the
Knight of the Rose; music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS] and libretto by Hugo
von Hofmannsthal [HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl]) C (Baron Ochs is known also as Der
[dayr] Baron Ochs)

Barone di montefiascone C Barone di Montefiascone C bah-RO-nay dee mohn-tay-feeahss-
KO-nay C (Don Magnifico [dohn mah-n’YEE-fee-ko] C (character in the opera La
cenerentola [lah chay-nay-RAYN-toh-lah] — Cinderella; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-
KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by Jacopo Ferretti [YAH-ko-po fayr-RAYT-tee] after
Perrault [pehr-ro])

Barone di trombonok C Barone di Trombonok C bah-RO-nay dee TROHM-bo-nohk C
(character in Il viaggio a Reims [eel veeAHD-jo ah reh6ss] — The Journey to Rheims [REEMZ]
— a stage cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] with ballet [BAL-lay]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-
KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee] and libretto by Luigi Balocchi [looEE-jee bah-LOHK-kee])

Barone scarpia C Il barone Scarpia C eel bah-RO-nay SKAR-peeah (character in the opera
Tosca [TOH-skah]; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi
Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after Henri
Murger [ah6-ree mür-zhay])

Barque sur locean C Une barque sur l’océan C ün bark sür law-say-ah6 C (A Boat on the
Sea) C (excerpt from Miroirs [mee-r’war] by Maurice Ravel [mo-reess rah-vell])

Barra C Séamas De Barra C SHAY-muss dee BAR-rah

Barraine C Elsa Barraine C ell-sah bahr-renn

Barraque C Jean Barraqué C zhah6 bahr-rah-kay

Barratt C John Barratt C JAHN BAR-rutt

Barraud C Henry Barraud C ah6-ree bahr-ro
Barrere C Georges Barrère C zhawrzh bahr-rehr

Barret C Apollon Barret C ah-pawl-law6 bahr-reh C (known also as Apollon Marie-Rose
Barret [ah-pawl-law6 mah-ree-rawz bahr-reh])

Barrientos C Maria Barrientos C mah-REE-ah bahr-reeAYN-tawss

Barriere C Jean Barrière C zhah6 bahr-reeehr

Barriga C Enrique Soro Barriga C ayn-REE-kay SO-ro bar-REE-gah C (known also as
Enrique Soro)

Barrington C Daines Barrington C DAYNZ BAR-rihng-tunn

Barrio C Amalia Barrio C ah-MAH-leeah BAR-reeo

Barriola C Xabier Barriola C ksah-veeEHR bahr-reeO-lah

Barrios fernandez C Angel Barrios Fernandez C ahn-HELL BAHR-reeawss fehr-nahn-
DEHTH

Barron C Louis Barron C LOO-uss BEHR-runn

Barroso C Paurillo Barroso C pahôô-REEL-lôô bah-HO-zôô

Barroso neto C Joaquim Antonio Barroso Neto C zhôô-ah-KEE6 ah6-TOH-nihôô bah-HO-
zôô NEH-tôô C (known also as Joaquim Antonio Barrozo Netto [bah-HO-zôô NETT-tôô])

Barrueco C Manuel Barrueco C mah-nooELL bar-rooAY-ko

Barry C Gerald Barry C JEH-rulld BAR-ree

Barsanti C Francesco Barsanti C frahn-CHAY-sko bar-SAHN-tee

Barshai C Rudolf Barshai C rôô-DAWLF bar-SHAHIH C (known also as Rudolf Borisovich
[bah-REE-suh-vihch] Barshai)

Barsotti C Tommaso Gasparo Fortunato Barsotti C tohm-MAH-zo gah-SPAH-ro fohr-too-
NAH-toh bar-SOHT-tee

Barsova C Valeria Barsova C vah-LAY-rihuh BAR-suh-vuh

Barta C Éva Bártfai-Barta C AY-vah BAHAHRT-fahih-BAR-tah

Barta C Josef Bárta C YO-seff BAHAHR-tuh
Barta C Lubor Bárta C LÔÔ-bawr BAHAHR-tuh

Bartalus C István Bartalus C IHSHT-vahahn BAR-tah-lôôsh

Bartay C Andreas Bartay C AHN-dreh-ahsh BAR-t§

Bartay C Ede Bartay C EH-deh BAR-t§

Bartels C Wolfgang von Bartels C VAWLF-gahng fawn BAR-tullss

Bartered bride C The Bartered Bride C an opera, with music by BedÍich Smetana [BEDD-
r
  shihk SMEH-tuh-nuh] and libretto by Karel Sabina [KAH-rell SAH-bih-nah]) C (opera
known in the original Czech as Prodaná nevsta [PRAW-dah-nahah NEH-vyess-tah])

Bartfai barta C Éva Bártfai-Barta C AY-vah BAHAHRT-fahih-BAR-tah

Barth C Christian Samuel Barth C KRIH-stihahn ZAH-moo-ayl BART

Barth C Hans Barth C {HANNZ BARTH} HAHNSS BART

Barth C Karl Heinrich Barth C KARL H¦N-rihh BART

Barth C Richard Barth C RIH-hart BART

Bartha C Dénes Bartha C DAY-ness BAR-tah

Barthe C Grat-Norbert Barthe C grah-nawr-behr bahrt

Barthelemon C François Hippolyte Barthélemon C frah6-swah eep-paw-leet bar-tay-l’maw6

Barthelemon C Mary Barthélemon C MEHUH-ree bar-tay-l’maw6 C (known also as Cecilia
Maria [suh-SEE-lihuh muh-REE-uh] Barthélemon

Bartholdy C Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy C {FEE-lickss MENN-dull-sunn bar-TAWL-dee}
FAY-lickss MENN-t’lss-zohohn bar-TAWL-dee

Bartholomee C Pierre Bartholomée C peeehr bar-toh-lo-may

Bartmuss C Richard Bartmuss C RIH-hart BART-môôss

Bartok C Béla Bartók C BAY-lah BAR-tohohk

Bartoletti C Bruno Bartoletti C BROO-no bar-toh-LAYT-tee

Bartoli C Cecilia Bartoli C chay-CHEE-leeah bar-TOH-lee
Bartolino da padova C Bartolino da Padova C bar-toh-LEE-no dah PAH-doh-vah

Bartolo C bar-TOH-lo C (character in the opera Le nozze di Figaro [lay NOHT-tsay dee
FEE-gah-ro] — The Marriage of Figaro; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-
gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]; libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte [lo-RAYN-tso dah POHN-
tay] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-
sheh])

Bartolo C bar-TOH-lo C (character in the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee
see-VEE-leeah] — The Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-
no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-
Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and
Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Bartolomeo C Antonio de Bartolomeo C ahn-TAW-neeo day bar-toh-lo-MAY-o C (known
also as Antonio Squarcialupi [ahn-TAW-neeo skooar-cheeah-LOO-pee], Antonio degli Organi
[ahn-TAW-neeo DAY-l’yee ohr-GAH-nee], and Antonio del Bessa [ahn-TAW-neeo dayl
BAYSS-sah])

Bartolomeo degli organi C Bartolomeo degli Organi C bar-toh-lo-MAY-o day-l’yee ohr-
GAH-nee C (known also as Antonio de Bartolomeo [ahn-TAW-neeo day bar-toh-lo-MAY-o],
Antonio Squarcialupi [ahn-TAW-neeo skooar-cheeah-LOO-pee], and Antonio del Bessa [ahn-
TAW-neeo dayl BAYSS-sah])

Bartolozzi C Bruno Bartolozzi C BROO-no bar-toh-LOHT-tsee

Bartos C František Bartoš C FRAHN-tyih-sheck BAR-tawsh

Bartos C Jan Zdenk Bartoš C YAHN ZDEH-nyeck BAR-tawsh

Bartos C Josef Bartoš C YO-seff BAR-tawsh

Bartos C Rita Bartos C REE-tah BAR-tohsh

Bartschi C Werner Bärtschi C VEHR-nur BEHRT-shee

Barvik C Miroslav Barvik C MIH-raw-slahf BAR-vick

Barwahser C Hubert Barwahser C HOO-bert BAR-vah-zur

Bary C Alfred von Bary C AHL-frayt fawn BAH-ree C (known also as Alfred Erwin [EHR-
vinn] von Bary)

Baryphonus C Henricus Baryphonus C henn-REE-kôôss bah-rü-FO-nôôss
Barzin C Leon Barzin C LEE-ahn BAR-zinn C (known also as Leon Eugene [yôô-JEEN]
Barzin)

Barzun C Jacques Barzun C ZHACK bar-ZUNN

Bas C Giulio Bas C JOO-leeo BAHSS

Bas dans le limousin C Là-bas dans le Limousin C lah-bah dah6 luh lee-môô-zeh6 C (excerpt
from Chants d'Auvergne [shah6 doh-vehrny’] — Songs of the Auvergne [o-vehrny’], French folk
songs collected by Joseph Canteloube [zho-zeff kah6-t’lôôb])

Bas dessus C Bas-dessus C bah-duh-sü C (mezzo-soprano [METT-tso suh-PRA-no])

Bas vers leglise C Là-bas, vers l'église C lah-bah, vehr lay-gleez C (excerpt from Cinq
mélodies populaires grecques [seh6k may-law-dee paw-pü-lehr grehk] — Five Popular Greek
Melodies — by Maurice Ravel [mo-reess rah-vell])

Basacopol C Carmen Petra-Basacopol C kar-MENN PEH-trah-bah-sah-kaw-PAWL

Basanta C Pedro Albéniz y Basanta [PAY-dro ahl-VAY-neeth ee bah-SAHN-tah] C (known
also as Pedro Albéniz)

Basel C BAH-zull C (Swiss city)

Baselt C Fritz Baselt C FRITTSS BAH-zullt C (known also as Friedrich Gustav Otto Baselt
[FREET-rihh GÔÔ-stahf AWT-toh BAH-zullt])

Basevi C Abramo Basevi C ah-BRAH-mo bah-ZAY-vee

Bashkirov C Dmitri Bashkirov C d’MEE-tree bahsh-KEE-ruff

Bashmakov C Leonid Bashmakov C LAY-aw-nidd BAHSH-mah-kawv

Basies moy C Basiés moy C bah-zeeay mwah C (Kiss Me) C (song
from Medieval France by Josquin Despréz [zhawss-keh6 day-pray] — two versions, one for four
voices and one for six voices)

Basile C Andreana Basile C ahn-dray-AH-nah bah-ZEE-lay

Basile C Arturo Basile C ar-TOO-ro BAH-zee-lay

Basili C Francesco Basili C frahn-CHAY-sko bah-ZEE-lee

Basilides C Mária Basilides C MAHAH-rihah BAH-shih-lih-dehsh
Basilio C bah-ZEE-leeo C (character in the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee
see-VEE-leeah] — The Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-
no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-
Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and
Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Basilio C bah-ZEE-leeo C (character in the opera La fiamma [lah feeAHM-mah] — The Flame;
music by Ottorino Respighi [oht-toh-REE-no ray-SPEE-ghee] and libretto by Claudio Guastalla
[KLAHOO-deeo gooah-STAHL-lah])

Basilio C Don Basilio C dohn bah-ZEE-leeo C (character in the opera Le nozze di Figaro [lay
NOHT-tsay dee FEE-gah-ro] — The Marriage of Figaro; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
[VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]; libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte [lo-RAYN-tso
dah POHN-tay] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6
duh bo-mar-sheh])

Basinskas C Justinas Bašinskas C yoo-STEE-nahss bah-SHEEN-skahss

Basiola C Mario Basiola C MAH-reeo bah-zeeO-lah

Basky C István Basky C IHSHT-vahahn BAHSH-kee

Basmanov C Feodor Basmanov C fehAW-dur bahss-MAH-nuff C (character in the film Ivan
the Terrible, with music by Sergei Prokofiev [sehr-GAYEE prah-KAW-fiheff], arranged in the
form of an oratorio by Abram Stasevich [ah-BRAHM stah-SAY-vihch])

Basner C Veniamin Basner C veh-nihah-MEEN BAHSS-ner C (known also as Veniamin
Efimovich [yeh-FEE-muh-vihch] Basner)

Bassa selim C Bassa Selim C BAHSS-sah zay-LEEM C (character in the opera Die
Entführung aus dem Serail [dee ennt-FÜ-rôông ahôôss daym zay-RAHIHL] — The Abduction
From the Harem; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss
MO-tsart]; libretto by Johann Gottlieb Stephanie [YO-hahn GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee]
after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner [KRIH-stawf FREET-rihh BRETTSS-nur])

Bassani C Giovanni Bassani C jo-VAHN-nee bahss-SAH-nee C (known also as Giovanni
Bassano [jo-VAHN-nee bahss-SAH-no]) C (this Giovanni Bassani/Bassano lived from 1558 to
1617)

Bassani C Giovanni Battista Bassani C jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bahss-SAH-nee C
(known also as Giovanni Battista Bassiani [jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bahss-seeAH-nee] and
Giovanni Battista Bassano [jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bahss-SAH-no]) C (this Giovanni
Battista Bassani/Bassano/Bassiani lived from 1647 to 1716)

Bassano C Giovanni Bassano C jo-VAHN-nee bahss-SAH-no C (known also as Giovanni
Bassani [jo-VAHN-nee bahss-SAH-nee]) C (this Giovanni Bassano/Bassani lived from 1558 to
1617)

Bassano C Giovanni Battista Bassano C jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bahss-SAH-no C
(known also as Giovanni Battista Bassani [jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bahss-SAH-nee] and
Giovanni Battista Bassiani [bahss-seeAH-nee]) C (this Giovanni Battista
Bassano/Bassani/Bassiani lived from 1647 to 1716)

Basse C BAHSS-suh C (bass)

Basse C Messe Basse C mess bahss C (mass set to music by Gabriel Fauré [gah-breeell fo-
ray])

Basse de viole C bahss duh vee-awl C (bass viol)

Bassevi C Giacomo Bassevi C JAH-ko-mo bahss-SAY-vee

Bassi C Amedeo Bassi C ah-may-DAY-o BAHSS-see C (known also as Amedeo Vittorio
Bassi [ah-may-DAY-o veet-TOH-reeo BAHSS-see])

Bassi C James Bassi C JAYMZ BAHSS-see

Bassi C Luigi Bassi C looEE-jee BAHSS-see

Bassiani C Giovanni Battista Bassiani C jo-VAHN-nee bah-TEE-stah bahss-seeAH-nee C
(known also as Giovanni Battista Bassani [bahss-SAH-nee] and Giovanni Battista Bassano
[bahss-SAH-no]) C (this Giovanni Battista Bassiani/Bassani/Bassano lived from 1647 to 1716)

Basso continuo C BAHSS-so kohn-TEE-nooo

Basta basta o compagni C Basta, basta, o compagni! C BAH-stah, BAH-stah, o kohm-PAH-
n’yee! C (excerpt from the opera Orfeo ed Euridice [ohr-FAY-o ayd ayoo-ree-DEE-chay];
music by Christoph Willibald von Gluck [KRIH-stawf VILL-lee-bahlt fawn GLÔÔK] and
libretto by Ranieri de’ Calzabigi [rah-neeAY-ree day kahl-tsah-BEE-jee])

Bastiaans C Johannes Gijsbertus Bastiaans C yo-HAHN-nuss gayz-BEHR-tôôss bah-
stihAHAHNSS

Bastianini C Ettore Bastianini C {ett-TAW-ree bahss-teeah-NEE-nee} ayt-TOH-ray bahss-
teeah-NEE-nee

Bastin C Jules Bastin C zhül bahss-teh6

Baston C Josquin Baston C zhawss-keh6 bahss-taw6
Bata C Batá C bah-TAH

Bateau C En bateau C ah6 bah-toh C (In a Boat) C (excerpt from the Petite suite [p’teet
süeet] by Claude Debussy [klohd deh-büss-see])

Batéy C bah-TAY

Bathe C William Bathe C WILL-lihumm BATH

Bathori C Jane Bathori C zhahn bah-taw-ree C (known also as Jeanne Marie Bathori [zhahn
mah-ree bah-taw-ree])

Bathy C Anna Báthy C AHN-nah BAHAH-tee

Batiste C Antoine-Edouard Batiste C ah6-twahn-eh-dwar bah-teest

Batiz C Enrique Bátiz C ayn-REE-kay BAH-teess C (known also as Enrique Bátiz Campbell
[ayn-REE-kay BAH-teess KAMM-b’l])

Batka C Richard Batka C RIH-hart BAHT-kah

Batlle C Ramón Carnicer y Batlle C rah-MAWN kar-nee-THEHR ee BAHT-l’yayC (known
also as Ramón Carnicer)

Baton C Rhené-Baton C ruh-nay-bah-taw6

Batta C Alexandre Batta C ah-leck-sah6-dr’ baht-tah

Battaille C Charles-Amable Battaille C sharl-ah-mah-bl’ baht-tahy’

Battanchon C Félix Battanchon C fay-leekss baht-tah6-shaw6

Batten C Adrian Batten C AY-dree-unn BATT-t’n

Batterie C baht-t’ree C (drums)

Batti batti C Batti, batti C BAHT-tee, BAHT-tee C (excerpt from the opera Don Giovanni
[dohn jo-VAHN-nee]; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-
ôôss MO-tsart] and libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte [lo-RAYN-tso dah POHN-tay])

Battishill C Johnathan Battishill C JAH-nuh-thunn BATT-tiss-hill

Battista C Vincenzo Battista C veen-CHAYN-tso baht-TEE-stah

Battistini C Gaudenzio Battistini C gahoo-DAYN-tseeo baht-tee-STEE-nee
Battistini C Giacomo Battistini C JAH-ko-mo baht-tee-STEE-nee

Battistini C Mattia Battistini C MAHT-teeah baht-tee-STEE-nee

Battke C Max Battke C MAHKSS BAHT-kuh

Battmann C Jacques-Louis Battmann C zhack-lôôee baht-mahn

Batton C Désiré-Alexandre Batton C day-zee-ray-ah-leck-sah6-dr’ baht-taw6

Battu C Pantaléon Battu C pah6-tah-lay-aw6 baht-tü

Batz C Karl Bätz C KARL BETTSS

Baud bovy C Samuel Baud-Bovy C sah-mü-ell bo-baw-vee

Baudelaire C Charles Baudelaire C sharl bo-duh-lehr

Baudiot C Nicolas Baudiot C nee-kaw-lah bo-deeo C (known also as Charles-Nicolas [sharl-
nee-kaw-lah] Baudiot)

Baudo C Serge Baudo C sehrzh bo-doh C (known also as Serge Paul [pohl] Baudo)

Baudoin C Noël Baudoin C no-ell bo-dweh6 C (known also as Noël Bauldewijn [no-ell bawl-
d’winn], Noël Bauldeweyn [no-ell bawl-deh-wayn], and Noël Bauldoin [no-ell bawl-d’weh6])

Baudrier C Yves Baudrier C eev bohd-reeay

Bauer C BAHÔÔ-ur C (character in Gurrelieder [GÔÔR-ruh-lee-dur], a series of songs by
Arnold Schoenberg [AR-nawlt SHÖN-pehrk] based on poems entitled Songs of Gurre [GÔÔR-
ruh], derived from an old Danish saga, by Jens Peter Jacobsen [YENNSS PEE-tuh YAH-kawp-
sunn])

Bauer C Franz Bauer C FRAHNTSS BAHÔÔ-ur

Bauer C Moritz Bauer C MO-rittss BAHÔÔ-ur

Bauer theussl C Franz Bauer-Theussl C FRAHNTSS BAHÔÔ-ur-TOYSS-s’l C (known also
as Franz Ferdinand [FEHR-tee-nahnt] Bauer-Theussl)

Bauerle C Hermann Bäuerle C HEHR-mahn BOY-ur-luh

Bauermeister C Mathilde Bauermeister C mah-TILL-tuh BAHÔÔ-ur-m§-stur

Bauern kantate C Bauern-Kantate C BAHÔÔ-urn kahn-TAHAH-tuh (Peasant Cantata [kunn-
TAH-tuh]) C (cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-
BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Bauge C Anne Tariol-Baugé C ahn tah-reeawl-bo-zhay

Baughman C Wayne Baughman C WAYN BAWF-munn

Bauhandwerker polka C BAHÔÔ-hahnt-vehr-kur PAWL-kahah C (Builders’ Polka) C (music
by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHÔÔSS II], lyric added by Walter Brandin [WAWL-tur
BRANN-dunn])

Bauld C Alison Bauld C A-lih-s’n BOHLD C (known also as Alison Margaret [MAR-guh-
rutt] Bauld)

Bauldeweyn C Noël Bauldeweyn C no-ell bawl-deh-wayn C (known also as Noël Bauldewijn
[bawl-d’winn], Noël Bauldoin [bawl-d’weh6], and Noël Baudoin [bo-d’weh6])

Bauldewijn C Noël Bauldewijn C no-ell bawl-d’winn C (known also as Noël Bauldeweyn
[bawl-deh-wayn], Noël Bauldoin [bawl-d’weh6], and Noël Baudoin [bo-d’weh6])

Bauldoin C Noël Bauldoin C no-ell bawl-d’weh6 C (known also as Noël Bauldewijn [bawl-
d’winn], Noël Bauldeweyn [bawl-deh-wayn], and Noël Baudoin [bo-d’weh6])

Baulenas C Gregoria María Suñol y Baulenas [gray-GO-reeah mah-REE-ah soo-n’YAWL ee
bahoo-LAY-nahss C (known also as Gregoria María Suñol)

Baum C Kevin Baum C KEH-vunn BAWM

Baum im odenwald C Der Baum im Odenwald C dayr BAHÔÔM imm O-dunn-vahlt C (The
tree in Odenwald [O-dunn-wahld]) C (German folk song from Des Knaben Wunderhorn [dess
k’NAHAH-bunn VÔÔN-tur-hawrn] — The Youth’s Magic Horn)

Baumann C Hermann Baumann C HEHR-mahn BAHÔÔ-mahn C (known also as Hermann
Rudolf Konrad Baumann [HEHR-mahn ROO-dawlf KAWN-raht BAHÔÔ-mahn)

Baumann C Max Georg Baumann C MAHKSS GAY-awrk BAHÔÔ-mahn

Baumbach C Friedrich August Baumbach C FREET-rihh AHÔÔ-gôôst BAHÔÔM-pahk

Baumbach C Paul Baumbach C PAWL BAWM-bahk

Baumberg C Gabriele von Baumberg C gahp-reeAY-luh fawn BAHÔÔM-pehrk

Baumfelder C Friedrich Baumfelder C FREET-rihh BAHÔÔM-fell-tur
Baumgarten C Gotthilf von Baumgarten C GAWT-hillf fawn BAHÔÔM-gar-tunn

Baumgarten C Karl Friedrich Baumgarten C KARL FREET-rihh BAHÔÔM-gar-tunn

Baumgartner C August Baumgartner C AHÔÔ-gôôst BAHÔÔM-gart-nur

Baumgartner C Paul Baumgartner C PAHÔÔL BAHÔÔM-gart-nur

Baumgartner C Rudolf Baumgartner C ROO-dawlf BAHÔÔM-gart-nur

Baumgartner C Wilhelm Baumgartner C VILL-hellm BAHÔÔM-gart-nur

Baumker C Wilhelm Bäumker C VILL-hellm BOYM-kur

Baur C John Baur C JAHN BAHÔÔ-ur

Baur C Jürg Baur C YÜRK BAHÔÔ-ur

Baurl C Paul Bäurl C PAHÔÔL BOYRL C (the last name is also spelled Peuerl [POYRL],
Peurl [POYRL], Bäwerl [BAY-vurl], and Beurlin [BOYR-linn])

Bausch C Ludwig Christian August Bausch C LOOT-vihh KRIH-stihahn AHÔÔ-gôôst
BAHÔÔSH

Bausznern C Waldemar von Bausznern C VAHL-tuh-mar fawn BAHÔÔSS-nurn C (the last
name is also spelled Baussnern [BAHÔÔSS-nurn])

Bautista C Julián Bautista C hoo-leeAHN bahoo-TEESS-tah

Bavicchi C John Bavicchi C JAHN bah-VEEK-kee

Bawerl C Paul Bäwerl C PAHÔÔL BAY-vurl C (the last name is also spelled Peuerl
[POYRL], Peurl [POYRL], Bäurl [BOYRL], and Beurlin [BOYR-linn])

Bay C Emmanuel Bay C {ih-MANN-yuh-wull BAY} emm-mah-nôôELL B¦

Bayard C bah-yar C (French pronunciation)

Bayer C Josef Bayer C YOHOH-zeff BAH-yur

Bayerischen rundfunks C Bayerischen Rundfunks C BAH-yuh-rih-shunn RÔÔNT-fôôngkss
C (Bavarian [buh-VEH-ree-unn] Radio Symphony)

Bayerisches staatsorchester C Bayerisches Staatsorchester C BAH-yuh-rih-shuss SHTAHTS-
awr-KEH-stur C (Bavarian [buh-VEH-ree-unn] State Orchestra)
Bayle C François Bayle C frah6-swah b§l

Baylere C Le baylère C luh b§-lehr C (excerpt from Chants d'Auvergne [shah6 doh-vehrny’]
— Songs of the Auvergne [o-vehrny’], French folk songs collected by Joseph Canteloube [zho-
zeff kah6-t’lôôb])

Bayoras C Feliksas Bayoras C FAY-lick-sahss bah-YAW-rahss C (known also as Feliksas
Bajoras [FAY-lick-sahss bah-YAW-rahss])

Bazelaire C Paul Bazelaire C pohl bah-z’-lehr

Bazelon C Irwin Bazelon C UR-wunn BAZZ-uh-lunn C (known also as Irwin Allen [AL-
lunn] Bazelon)

Bazilevsky C Jean Bazilevsky C zhah6 bah-zih-LYEFF-skee

Bazin C François-Emmanuel-Joseph Bazin C frah6-swah-emm-mah-nü-ell-zho-zeff bah-zeh6

Bazlik C Miroslav Bázlik C MIH-raw-slahf BAHAHZ-lick

Bazola C François Bazola C frah6-swah bah-zaw-lah

Bazzini C Antonio Bazzini C ahn-TAW-neeo baht-TSEE-nee

Bazzino C Natale Bazzino C nah-TAHL-lay baht-TSEE-no

Bchayil C Lo B'chayil C lo b'HAH-eel C (Without Weapons — song by Elliot Z. Levine
[ELL-lihutt Z. luh-V¦N])

Be C Guillaume Le Bé C ghee-yohm luh bay

Beach C Amy Cheney Beach C AY-mee CHAY-nee BEECH

Bealby wright C Sarah Bealby-Wright C SEH-ruh BEEL-bee-R¦T

Beaser C Robert Beaser C RAH-burt BEE-zur

Beata es maria C Beata es Maria C beh-AH-tah ess muh-REE-uh C (antiphon [ANN-tuh-
funn] by Alessandro Grandi [ah-layss-SAHN-dro GRAHN-dee])

Beata gens C beh-AH-tah jaynz C (Gregorian chant)

Beata nobis gaudia C beh-AH-tah NO-biss GAHÔÔ-dihah C (Gregorian chant)

Beata viscera C beh-AH-tah VEESS-cheh-ruh C (chant and song from the communion
section of the Latin mass by an anonymous 13th- or 14th-century composer)

Beatam me dicent C Beatam me dicent C beh-AH-tumm may DIH-chennt C (antiphon
[ANN-tuh-funn] by Adriano Banchieri [ah-dree-AH-no bahn-keeAY-ree])

Beati pauperes C beh-AH-tih PAHÔÔ-peh-ress C (motet [mo-TETT] by Jan Pieterszoon
Sweelinck [YAHN PEE-turss-zohohn SWAYAY-lihngk])

Beati quorum via C beh-AH-tih kôôO-rôôm VEE-ah C (motet [mo-TETT] by Sir Charles
Villiers Stanford [(Sir) CHAH-rullz VILL-lihurz STANN-furd])

Beatitudes C Les beatitudes C leh beh-ah-tih-tüd C (The Beatitudes) C (an oratorio by César
Franck [say-zar frah6k])

Beaton C Cardinal Beaton C KAR-dih-null BEE-tunn C (character in the opera Mary,
Queen of Scots;music and libretto by Thea Musgrave [THEE-uh MUSS-grayv]; libretto after
Elguera [ell-GAY-rah])

Beatrice di tenda C Beatrice di Tenda C bay-ah-TREE-chay dee TAYN-dah C (an opera,
with music by Vincenzo Bellini [veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-LEE-nee] and libretto by Felice Romani
[fay-LEE-chay ro-MAH-nee)

Beattie C Herbert Beattie C HUR-burt BAYT-tee

Beatum et sacrosanctum diem C O beatum et sacrosanctum diem C O beh-AH-tôôm ett sah-
kraw-SAHNK-tôôm DIH-aym C (motet [mo-TETT] by Peter Phillips [PEE-tur FILL-
luppss])

Beatus vir C beh-AH-tôôss vihr C (section of the Vesperae solennes de confessore [VAY-
speh-ray so-LAYN-ness day kohn-FAYSS-saw-ray] by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
[VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]) C (Gregorian chant)

Beau pays de la touraine C O beau pays de la Touraine! C o bo payee duh lah tôô-renn C (Oh
lovely land of Touraine!) C (aria featuring Marguerite [mar-gö-reet] in the opera Les Huguenots
[{(The) h’YOO-guh-nahtss} leh-zü-guh-no]; music by Giacomo Meyerbeer [JAH-ko-mo M¦-
ur-bayr]; libretto by Eugène Scribe [ö-zhenn skreeb] and Émile Deschamps [ay-meel day-
shah6])

Beau soir C bo swar C (Beautiful Evening) C (poem by Paul-Charles-Joseph Bourget [pohl-
sharl-zho-zeff bôôr-zheh] set to music by Claude Debussy [klohd deh-büss-see])

Beaulieu C Marie-Désiré Beaulieu C mah-ree-day-zee-ray bo-leeö

Beaumadier C Jean-Louis Beaumadier C zhah6-lôôee bo-mah-deeay
Beaumarchais C Pierre-Augustine Caron de Beaumarchais C peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh
bo-mar-sheh C (known also as Caron de Beaumarchais)

Beaumont C Francis Beaumont C FRANN-suss BO-mahnt

Beauvarlet charpentier C Jean-Jacques Beauvarlet-Charpentier C zhah6-zhack bo-var-leh-
shar-pah6-teeay

Beaux arts trio C Beaux Arts Trio C bo-zar (Trio)

Beavan C David Beavan C DAY-vudd BEH-vunn

Beavitt C Alan Beavitt C A-lunn BEE-vutt

Beavon C Constance Beavon C KAHN-stunntss BEH-vunn

Becaud C Gilbert Bécaud C zheel-behr bay-ko

Beccaria C Bruno Beccaria C BROO-no bayk-KAH-reeah

Becerra C Gustavo Becerra C gooss-TAH-vo bay-SEHR-rah C (known also as Gustavo
Becerra-Schmidt [gooss-TAH-vo bay-SEHR-rah-SHMITT])

Becher C Alfred Julius Becher C AL-frudd JOO-lihuss BEH-chur

Becher C Joseph Becher C YOHOH-zeff BEH-hur

Bechet C Sidney Bechet C SIDD-nee BEH-kutt C (known also as Sidney Joseph [JO-zuff]
Bechet)

Bechgaard C Julius Bechgaard C YOO-lihôôss BECK-go

Bechi C Gino Bechi C JEE-no BAY-kee

Bechler C Johann Christian Bechler C YO-hahn KRIH-stihahn BEHH-lur

Bechstein C Karl Bechstein C KARL BEHH-sht§n C (known also as Friedrich Wilhelm Carl
Bechstein [FREET-rihh VILL-hellm KARL BEHH-sht§n])

Becht C Hermann Becht C HEHR-mahn BEHT

Beck C Conrad Beck C KAWN-raht BECK

Beck C Franz Beck C FRAHNTSS BECK
Beck C Jean-Baptiste Beck C {JEEN-BAPP-tusst BECK)} zhah6-bah-teest BECK

Beck C Johann Heinrich Beck C JO-hann H¦N-rick BECK

Beck C Johann Nepomuk Beck C YO-hahn NAY-po-môôk BECK

Beck C Thomas Beck C TAW-mahss BECK C (known also as Thomas Ludvigsen [LEWD-
vigg-s’n] Beck)

Becker C Albert Becker C AHL-pert BEH-kur C (known also as Albert Ernst Anton
[EHRNST AHN-tohohn] Becker)

Becker C Constantin Julius Becker C KAWN-stahn-tinn YOO-lihôôss BEH-kur

Becker C Dietrich Becker C DEE-trihh BEH-kur

Becker C Georges Becker C zhawrzh beh-kur

Becker C Günther Becker C GÜN-tur BEH-kur C (known also as Günther Hugo [HOO-go]
Becker)

Becker C Gustave Louis Becker C GUSS-tuvv LOO-uss BEH-kur

Becker C Heinz Becker C H¦NTSS BEH-kur

Becker C Hugo Becker C HOO-go BEH-kur C (known also as Jean Otto Eric Hugo Becker
[zhah6-NAWT-toh AY-rihh HOO-go BEH-kur])

Becker C Jean Becker C zhah6 BEH-kur

Becker C Josef Becker C YOHOH-zeff BEH-kur

Becker C Karl Ferdinand Becker C KARL FEHR-tee-nahnt BEH-kur

Becker C Reinhold Becker C R¦N-hawlt BEH-kur

Becker C René Louis Becker C ruh-nay lôôee BEH-kur

Becker C Valentin Eduard Becker C VAHAH-lenn-teen AY-dooart BEH-kur

Beckett C Brian Beckett C BR¦-unn BEH-kutt

Beckett C Walter Beckett C WAWL-tur BEH-kutt

Becking C Gustav Becking C GÔÔ-stahf BEH-kihng C (known also as Gustav Wilhelm
[VILL-hellm] Becking)

Beckmann C Gustav Beckmann C GÔÔ-stahf BECK-mahn

Beckmann C Johann Friedrich Gottlieb Beckmann C YO-hahn FREET-rihh GAWT-leep
BECK-mahn

Becle C Judith Becle C zhü-deet beh-kl'

Becquie C A. Becquié C (A.) beh-keeay

Becquie C Jean-Marie Becquié C zhah6-mah-ree beh-keeay C (known also as Jean-Marie
Becquié de Peyreville [duh pay-r’veel])

Becvarovsky C Anton Felix Be…vaÍovský C AHN-tawn FEH-lickss BEHCH-vah-rshawv-
skeeee C (known also as Antonín František [AHN-taw-nyeeeen FRAHN-tyih-sheck]
Be…vaÍovský)

Bedard C Jean-Baptiste Bédard C zhah6-bah-teest bay-dar

Bedford C Steuart Bedford C st’YOO-urt BEDD-furd C (known also as Steuart John Rudolf
[JAHN ROO-dawlf] Bedford)

Bedos de celles C Dom François Bedos de Celles C daw6 frah6-swah beh-daw duh sell

Beecke C Ignaz von Beecke C IGG-nahtss fawn BAY-kuh C (known also as Notger Ignaz
Franz von Beecke [NAWT-gur IGG-nahtss FRAHNTSS fawn BAYAY-kuh])

Beegle C Raymond Beegle C RAY-munnd BEE-g'l

Beek C Andrew van der Beek C ANN-droo vann dur BEEK

Beelaerts C Jean Beelaerts C zhah6 bayay-lartss C (known also as Jean Bellère [zhah6 bell-
leh-reh] and Jean Bellerus [zhah6 bell-l’rüss])

Beer C Jacob Liebmann Beer C YAHAH-kawp LEEP-mahn BAYAYR

Beer C Johann Beer C YO-hahn BAYAYR

Beer C Joseph Beer C YOHOH-zeff BAYAYR C (known also as Johann [YO-hahn] Joseph
Beer)

Beer C Max Josef Beer C MAHKSS YOHOH-zeff BAYAYR

Beer walbrunn C Anton Beer-Walbrunn C AHN-tohohn BAYAYR-VAHL-brôôn
Beethoven C Ludwig van Beethoven C LOOT-vihh funn BAYAY-toh-funn

Beffara C Louis-François Beffara C lôôee-frah6-swah buff-fah-rah

Befreit C buh-FR¦T C (Released) C (poem by Richard Dehmel [RIH-hart DAY-mull] set to
music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS])

Begegnung C buh-GHEGG-nôông C (Encounter) C (poem by Otto Friedrich Gruppe [AWT-
toh FREET-rihh GRÔÔP-puh] set to music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS])
C (poem by Eduard Mörike [AY-dvart MÖ-rih-kuh] set to music by Hugo Wolf [HOO-go
VAWLF])

Beglarian C Grant Beglarian C GRANNT begg-LAH-rihunn

Begrabnisgesang C Begräbnisgesang C buh-GREPP-niss-guh-zahng C (Funeral Hymn) C
(verse by Michael Weisse [MIH-hah-ell V¦SS-suh] set to music by Johannes Brahms [yo-
HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS])

Behague C Gerard Béhague C juh-RARD bay-HAHG C (known also as Gerard Henri
Béhague [zheh-rahr ah6-ree bay-ahg])

Beheim C Michel Beheim C MIH-hull buh-H¦M

Behm C Eduard Behm C AY-dooart BAYAYM

Behr C Franz Behr C FRAHNTSS BAYAYR

Behrend C Fritz Behrend C FRITTSS BAYAY-runnt C (known also as Gustav [GÔÔ-stahf]
Fritz Behrend)

Behrend C Jeanne Behrend C JEEN BEH-runnd

Behrend C Siegfried Behrend C ZEEK-freet BAYAY-runnt

Behrend C William Behrend C VEE-lihumm BEH-runnd

Behrens C Hildegard Behrens C HILL-tuh-gart BAYAY-runnss

Behrens C Jack Behrens C JACK BEH-runnz

Bei der wiege C Bei der Wiege C b§ dayr VEE-guh C (song by Felix Mendelssohn [{FEE-
lickss MENN-dull-sunn} FAY-lickss MENN-t’lss-zohohn])

Bei dir allein C b§ DEER ahl-L¦N C (Only With You) C (poem by Johann Gabriel Seidl [YO-
hahn GAHP-reeayl Z¦-t’l] set to music by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert])
Bei einem tee en deux C Bei einem Tee en deux C b§ ¦-numm TAYAY ah6 dö C (excerpt from
the operetta Das Land des Lächelns [dahss LAHNT dess LEH-hullnss] — The Land of Smiles;
music by Franz Lehár [FRAHNZ leh-HAHAHR]; lyrics by Victor Léon [veek-tawr lay-aw6],
Ludwig Herzer [LOOT-vihh HEHR-tsur], and Fritz Löhner [FRITTSS LÖ-nur])

Beiderbecke C Bix Beiderbecke C BICKSS B¦-dur-beck

Beijener nacht C Beijener Nacht C b§-YAY-nur NAHKT C (aria from the opera Die
Ägyptische Helena [dee eh-GÜP-tih-shuh HAYAY-lay-nah] — The Egyptian Helen; music by
Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS] and libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal [HOO-go
fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl])

Beilschmidt C Curt Beilschmidt C KÔÔRT B¦L-shmitt

Beim schlafengehen C Beim Schlafengehen C B¦M SHLAHAH-funn-gay-unn C (Going to
Seep) C (poem by Hesse [HESS-suh] set to music in Four Last Songs by Richard Strauss [RIH-
hart SHTRAHÔÔSS])

Beinum C Eduard van Beinum C AY-düart funn BAY-nüm C (known also as Eduard
Alexander [ah-leck-SAHN-dur] van Beinum])

Beissel C Johann Conrad Beissel C {JO-hann KAHN-radd B¦SS-sull} YO-hahn KAWN-
raht B¦SS-sull

Bekehrte C Die Bekehrte C dee buh-KAYAYR-tuh C (The Repentant Lass) C (poem by
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe [YO-hahn VAWLF-gahng fawn GÖ-tuh] set to music by Franz
Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert])

Bekker C Paul Bekker C PAHÔÔL BECK-kur C (known also as Max Paul Eugen Bekker
[MAHKSS PAHÔÔL oy-GAYAYN BECK-kur])

Bekku C Sadao Bekku C sah-dahaw beck

Bel C Jacotin Le Bel C zhah-kaw-teh6 luh bell

Bel accueil C bell ahk-köy’ C (composition by Antoine Busnoys [ah6-twahn bü-n’wah])

Bel acueil C (see Bel accueil)

Bel di C Un bel di C oon BAYL dee C (aria from the opera Madama [mah-DAH-mah]
Butterfly — Madam [MA-dumm] Butterfly; music by Giacomo Puccini C JAH-ko-mo poo-
CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-
pay jah-KO-zah] after David Belasco [DAY-vudd buh-LASS-ko] and John Luther Long
[JAHN LOO-thur LAWNG])
Bel di vedremo C Un bel dì, vedremo C oon BAYL dee, vay-DRAY-mo C (aria from the
opera Madama [mah-DAH-mah] Butterfly — Madam [MA-dumm] Butterfly; music by
Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah]
and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after David Belasco [DAY-vudd buh-
LASS-ko] and John Luther Long [JAHN LOO-thur LAWNG])

Bel raggio lusinghier C bayl RAHD-jo loo-seen-gheeAYR C (A beautiful enchanting gleam) C
(aria featuring Semiramide [say-mee-RAH-mee-day] in the opera Semiramide; music by
Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by G. Rossi [(G.) ROHSS-see] after
Voltaire [vawl-tehr])

Bel sogno di doretta C Chi’il bel sogno di Doretta C keeeel bayl SO-n’yo dee doh-RAYT-tah
C (aria featuring Magda [MAHG-dah] in the opera La Rondine [lah ROHN-dee-nay] — The
Swallow; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Giuseppe Adami
[joo-ZAYP-pay ah-DAH-mee] after Dr. A. M. Willner [VILL-nur] and Heinz Reichert
[H¦NTSS R¦-hert])

Bela C Kéler-Béla C KAY-lehr-BAY-lah

Belafonte C Harry Belafonte C HAR-ree beh-lah-FAWN-tee C (known also as Harold George
Belafonte Jr. [HA-rulld JAW-urj beh-lah-FAWN-tee (Jr.)])

Belaieff C Mitrofan Belaieff C (see Mitrofan Belaiev)

Belaiev C Mitrofan Belaiev C mih-trah-FAHN bee-LAHIH-uff C (known also as Mitrofan
Petrovich [pih-TRAW-vihch] Belaiev C (the last name is also transliterated as Belaieff)

Belaiev C Victor Belaiev C VEEK-tur bee-LAHIH-uff

Belasco C David Belasco C DAY-vudd buh-LASS-ko

Belasco C F. Belasco C F. buh-LASS-ko

Belce C Luise Reuss-Belce C loo-EE-zuh ROYSS-BELL-tsuh

Belcke C Friedrich August Belcke C FREET-rihh AHÔÔ-gôôst BELL-kuh

Belcore C bayl-KO-ray C (character in the opera L'elisir d'amore [lay-lee-ZEER dah-MO-
ray] — The Elixir of Love; music by Gaetano Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no doh-nee-TSAYT-tee];
libretto by Felice Romani [fay-LEE-chay ro-MAH-nee] after Eugène Scribe [ö-zhenn skreeb])

Belcourt C Émile Belcourt C ay-meel bell-kôôr

Beliczay C Julius von Beliczay C YÔÔ-lihôôsh fawn BEH-lih-ts§ C (known also as Gyula von
Beliczay [JÔÔ-lah fawn BEH-lih-ts§])
Belisario C bay-lee-ZAH-reeo C (an opera, with music by Gaetano Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no
doh-nee-TSAYT-tee]; libretto by Salvadore Cammarano [sahl-vah-DOH-ray kah-mah-RAH-
no] after Luigi Marchionni [looWEE-jee mar-keeOHN-nee] and Eduard von Schenk [AY-dwart
fawn SHEHNGK])

Beliy C A. Belïy C (A.) BAY-lee

Belkin C Boris Belkin C bah-REESS BELL-kinn

Bell C Derek Bell C DEH-reck BELL

Bell haver C Vincenzo Bell’Haver C veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-AH-vayr

Bella C Ján Levoslav Bella C YAHAHN LEH-vaw-slahf BELL-luh

Bella C Johann Leopold Bella C YO-hahn LAY-o-pawlt BELL-lah C (Germanized version of
the original Czechoslovakian name — Ján Levoslav Bella [YAHAHN LEH-vaw-slahf BELL-
luh])

Bella figlia dellamore C Bella figlia dell’amore C BAYL-lah FEE-leeah dayl-lah-MO-ray C
(excerpt from the opera Rigoletto [ree-go-LAYT-toh]; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-
pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-
vay] after Victor Hugo [{VICK-tur h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go])

Bella mia fiamma addioC Bella mia fiamma, addio! C BAYL-lah MEE-ah feeAHM-mah, ahd-
DEE-o! C (Light of my life, farewell!) C (aria by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng
ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart])

Bella voce bravissima C Bella voce! Bravissima! C BAYL-lah VO-chay! brah-VEESS-see-
mah! C (excerpt from the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah]
— The Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-
nee]; libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de
Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-
ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Bellaigue C Camille Bellaigue C {kah-meel bell-legg} kah-meey’ bell-legg

Bellamann C Henry Bellamann C HENN-ree BELL-luh-munn

Bellasio C Paolo Bellasio C PAHO-lo bayl-LAH-zeeo

Bellazzi C Francesco Bellazzi C frahn-CHAY-sko bayl-LAHD-zee

Belle bonne sage C Belle, bonne, sage C bell, bawn, sahzh C (composition by Baude Cordier
[bohd kawr-deeay])
Belle helene C La belle Hélène C lah bell ay-lenn C (The Fair Helen) C (an opera, with music
by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk]; libretto by Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-
yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])

Belle isabeau conte pendant lorage C La belle Isabeau (conte pendant l’orage) C lah bell ee-
zah-bo (kaw6t pah6-dah6 law-rahzh) C (The Lovely Isabeau (Tale During a Storm) C (poem
by Alexandre Dumas [ah-leck-sah6-dr’ dü-mah] set to music by Hector Berlioz [eck-tawr
behr-leeawz])

Belle mere requiem C A ma belle-mère (requiem) C ah mah bell-mehr (ray-küee-emm) C
(song by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee])

Belle nuit C bell nüee C (duet from the opera Les contes d’Hoffmann [leh kaw6t dawf-mahn]
— The Tales of Hoffmann; music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk]; libretto by
Jules Barbier [zhül bar-beeay] and Michel Carré [mee-shell kar-ray])

Belle qui tiens ma vie C bell kee teeah6 mah vee C (Beautiful One, Who Holds My Life) C
(pavane [pah-vahn] from 16th-century Orchesographie [awr-kess-aw-grah-fee] set to music by
Thoinot Arbeau [twah-no ar-bo])

Belle rebelle C O ma belle rebelle C o mah bell ruh-bell C (Oh My Pitiless Beauty) C (song
by Charles Gounod [sharl gôô-no])

Belle se sied au pied de la tour C La belle se sied au pied de la tour C lah bell s’-seeeh o peeeh
duh lah tôôr C (The fair maid sat at the foot of the tower) C (song from Chansons françaises
[shah6-saw6 frah6-sezz] — French songs — by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k])

Belle si nous etions C La belle si nous étions C lah bell see nôô-zay-seeaw6 C (Pretty maid, if
we were in the wood) C (song from Chansons françaises [shah6-saw6 frah6-sezz] — French
songs — by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k])

Belle voyageuse C La belle voyageuse C lah bell vwah-yah-zhöz C (The Beautiful Traveler)
C (a song from the song cycle Irlande [eer-lah6d], with music by Hector Berlioz [eck-tawr
behr-leeawz]; text by Thomas Gounet [taw-mah gôô-neh] after Thomas Moore [TAH-muss
MÔÔUHR])

Bellere C Jean Bellère C zhah6 bell-leh-reh C (known also as Jean Bellerus [bell-l’rüss] and
Jean Beelaerts [zhah6 bayay-lartss])

Bellermann C Heinrich Bellermann C H¦N-rihh BELL-lur-mahn C (known also as Johann
Gottfried Heinrich Bellerman [YO-hahn GAWT-freet H¦N-rihh BELL-lur-mahn])

Bellermann C Johann Friedrich Bellermann C YO-hahn FREET-rihh BELL-lur-mahn

Bellerus C Jean Bellerus C zhah6 bell-l’rüss C (known also as Jean Bellère [bell-lehr] and Jean
Beelaerts [bayay-lartss])

Belletti C Giovanni Battista Belletti C jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bayl-LAYT-tee

Belleza C Vincenzo Belleza C veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-LAY-tsah

Bellezza C Vincenzo Bellezza C veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-LAYT-tsah

Bellhaver C Vincenzo Bell’Haver C veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-AH-vayr

Belli C Domenico Belli C doh-MAY-nee-ko BAYL-lee

Belli C Girolamo Belli C jee-RO-lah-mo BAYL-lee

Belli C Giulio Belli C JOO-leeo BAYL-lee

Bellido C Jerónimo Giménez y Bellido [hay-RO-nee-mo hee-MAY-nehth ee bay-l’YEE-
tho]) C (Giménez is also spelled Jiménez [hee-MAY-nehth])

Bellincioni C Gemma Bellincioni C JAYM-mah BAYL-leen-CHO-nee

Bellini C Renato Bellini C ray-NAH-toh bayl-LEE-nee

Bellini C Vincenzo Bellini C veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-LEE-nee

Bellinzani C Paolo Benedetto Bellinzani C PAHO-lo bay-nay-DAYT-toh bayl-leen-TSAH-nee

Bellison C Simeon Bellison C {SIH-mee-unn BELL-lih-sunn} sih-mehAWN BAYL-lih-sunn

Bellman C Carl Michael Bellman C KARL MEE-k’yell BELL-mahn

Bellmann C Karl Gottlieb Bellmann C KARL GAWT-leep BELL-mahn

Belloc C Hilaire Belloc C ee-lehr bell-lawk

Belloc giorgi C Teresa Belloc-Giorgi C tay-RAY-zah BAYL-lohk-JOR-jee

Bellocq C Eric Bellocq C eh-reek bell-lawk

Bellona C bell-LO-nah C (character in the cantata [kunn-TAH-tah] Tönet, ihr Pauken!
Erschallet, Trompeten [TÖ-nutt, eer PAHÔÔ-kunn! ehr-SHAHL-lutt, trawm-PAY-tunn] —
Sound, Ye Drums! Resound, Trumpets! — by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-
tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Bellugi C Piero Bellugi C peeAY-ro bayl-LOO-jee
Belmonte C bell-MAWN-tuh C (character in the opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail [dee
ennt-FÜ-rôông ahôôss daym zay-RAHINL] — The Abduction From the Harem; music by
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]; libretto by Johann
Gottlieb Stephanie [YO-hahn GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee) after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner
[KRIH-stawf FREET-rihh BRETTSS-nur])

Belohlavek C JiÍí Blohlávek C YIH-rsheeee BYEH-law-h’lahah-veck

Belshazzars feast C Belshazzar's feast C bell-SHAZZ-zurz (Feast) C (an oratorio by William
Walton [WILL-lihumm WAWL-tunn])

Belsky C Vladimir I. Bel’sky C vlah-DYEE-mihr (I.) BELL-skee

Belta crudele C Beltà crudele C bayl-TAH kroo-DAY-lay C (Cruel Beauty) C (song by
Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee])

Belta poi che tassenti C Beltà, poi che t’assenti C bayl-TAH, poy kay tahss-SAYN-tee C
(Beauty, Having Given Myself to You) C (madrigal [MADD-rih-gull] by Carlo Gesualdo
[KAR-lo jay-z’WAHL-doh])

Bely C Victor Bely C VEEK-tur BAY-lee

Belza C Igor Belza C EE-gur BELL-zuh C (known also as Igor Boelza [bah-ELL-zuh])

Bemberg C Herman Bemberg C HEHR-mahn BEMM-pehrk

Bembo C Antonia Bembo C ahn-TAW-n’yah BAYM-bo

Bemetzrieder C Anton Bemetzrieder C {ANN-tunn BEH-muttss-ree-dur} AHN-tohohn
BAY-mettss-ree-dur

Ben altro il mio sogno C E ben altro il mio sogno C ay bayn AHL-tro eel MEE-o SO-n’yo C
(trio from the opera Il tabarro [eel tah-BAR-ro] — The Cloak; music by Giacomo Puccini
[JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Giuseppe Adami [joo-ZAYP-pay ah-DAH-mee]
after Didier Gold [dee-deeay gawld])

Ben haim C Paul Ben-Haim C PAWL BENN-HAYM

Ben io tinvenni C Ben io t’invenni C bayn yo teen-VAYN-nee C (aria from the opera
Nabucco [nah-BOOK-ko] — King of Babylon; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay
VAYR-dee]; libretto by Temistocle Solera [tay-MEE-stoh-klay so-LAY-rah] after Antonio
Cortesi [ahn-TAW-neeo kohr-TAY-zee], Auguste Anicet-Bourgeois [o-güst ah-nih-seh-bôôr-
zhwah], and Francis Cornu [frah6-see kawr-nü])

Ben mio C Ah si, ben mio C ah see, bayn MEE-o C (aria with chorus from the opera Il
trovatore [eel tro-vah-TOH-ray] — The Troubadour; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay
VAYR-dee]; libretto by Salvadore Cammarano [sahl-vah-DOH-ray kahm-mah-RAH-no] and
Leone Emanuele Bardare [lay-O-nay ay-mah-nooAY-lay bar-DAH-ray] after Antonio García
Gutiérrez [ahn-TOH-neeo gar-THEE-ah goo-teeAYR-rehth]

Ben rammentomi C Un di, se ben rammentomi C oon DEE, say bayn rahm-mayn-TOH-mee
C (One day, if I remember rightly) C (excerpt from the opera Rigoletto [ree-go-LAYT-toh];
music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave
[frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after Victor Hugo [{VICK-tur h’YOO-go}
veek-tawr ü-go])

Ben rammentomi bella figlia dell amore C Un dì, se ben rammentomi .... Bella figlia dell’ amore
C oon DEE, say bayn rahm-mayn-TOH-mee .... BAYL-lah FEE-leeah dayl-lah-MO-ray C
(One day, if I remember rightly ....Fairest daughter of love) C (excerpt from Act 3 of the opera
Rigoletto [ree-go-LAYT-toh]; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto
by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after Victor Hugo
[{VICK-tur h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go])

Ben yohanan C Asher Ben-Yohanan C AH-shehr BENN-yo-hah-NAHN

Benack C Claudia Benack C KLAW-deeuh BEH-nuck

Benackova C Gabriela BeÁa…ková C GAH-briheh-luh BEH-n’yahch-kaw-vahah C (known
also as Gabriela BeÁa…ková-„ápová [BEH-n’yahch-kaw-vahah-CHAHAH-paw-vahah])

Benaglio C Roberto Benaglio C ro-BAYR-toh bay-NAH-leeo

Benares C Bénarès C bay-nah-ress C (poem (named for the city in which it was written) set to
music by Maurice Delage [mo-reess duh-lahzh])

Benatzky C Ralph Benatzky C {RALF buh-NATTZ-kee} RAHLF beh-NAHTZ-kee

Benda C Franz Benda C FRAHNTSS BENN-tah C (known also as František Benda
[FRAHN-tyih-sheck BENN-dah])

Benda C Friedrich Benda C FREET-rihh BENN-tah C (known also as Friedrich Wilhelm
Heinrich Benda [FREET-rihh VILL-hellm H¦N-rihh BENN-tah])

Benda C Friedrich Ludwig Benda C FREET-rihh LOOT-vihh BENN-tah

Benda C Georg Anton Benda C GAY-awrk AHN-tohohn BENN-tah C (Germanized version
of the Czechoslovakian name JiÍí Antonín Benda [YIH-rsheeee AHN-taw-nyeeeen BENN-dah])

Benda C Hans von Benda C HAHNSS fawn BENN-tah
Benda C JiÍí Antonín Benda C YIH-rshee AHN-taw-nyeeeen BENN-dah C (known also as the
Germanized Georg Anton Benda [GAY-awrk AHN-tohohn BENN-tah])

Benda C Karl Herman Heinrich Benda C KARL HEHR-mahn H¦N-rihh BENN-tah

Bende C Zsolt Bende C ZHOLT BENN-deh

Bendel C Franz Bendel C FRAHNTSS BENN-tull

Bendeler C Johann Philipp Bendeler C YO-hahn FEE-lipp BENN-tuh-lur

Bender C Paul Bender C PAHÔÔL BENN-tur

Bendinelli C Agostino Bendinelli C ah-go-STEE-no bayn-dee-NAYL-lee

Bendinelli C Cesare Bendinelli C chay-ZAH-ray bayn-dee-NAYL-lee

Bendix C Max Bendix C MACKSS BENN-dickss

Bendix C Otto Bendix C AHT-toh BENN-dickss

Bendix C Victor Emanuel Bendix C VICK-taw ee-MA-n’yoo-ull BENN-dickss

Bendl C Karel Bendl C KAH-rell BENN-d’l C (known also as Karl [KARL] Bendl)

Bendl C Karl Bendl C KARL BENN-d’l C (Karl is the Germanized version of the
Czechoslovakian name Karel [KAH-rell] Bendl)

Bendler C Salomon Bendler C ZAHAH-lo-mawn BENNT-lur

Benedetti C René Bénédetti C ruh-nay bay-nay-dett-tee

Benedetti C Robert Benedetti C ro-behr bay-nay-DAYT-tee

Benedetti michelangeli C Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli C ar-TOO-ro bay-nay-DAYT-tee
mee-kay-LAHN-jay-lee

Benedetto sia l giorno C Benedetto sia 'l giorno C bay-nay-DAYT-toh SEE-ahl JOR-no C
(composition by Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST])

Benedicamus verbum patris C Benedicamus, "Verbum patris" C beh-neh-DEE-kah-môôss,
"VAYR-bôôm PAH-treess" C (monophonic liturgical composition from Las cantigas de Santa
Maria [lahss kahn-TEE-gahss day SAHN-tah mah-REE-ah] — The Songs of Saint Mary])

Benedicite C beh-neh-DEE-chee-tay C (composition by Herbert Sumsion [HUR-burt
SOOM-sihunn])

Benedicta es C beh-neh-DEEK-tah ayss C (Blessed Art Thou) C (six-voice song from
Medieval France by Josquin Despréz [zhawss-keh6 day-pray])

Benedicta et venerabilis C beh-neh-DEEK-tah ett veh-neh-RAH-bih-liss C (gradual section
of the Latin mass by an anonymous 13th- or 14th-century composer)

Benedictine C beh-neh-DEEK-teen

Benediction de dieu dans la solitude C Bénédiction de Dieu dans la Solitude C bay-nay-deek-
seeaw6 duh deeö dah6 lah saw-lee-tüd C (composition by Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST])

Benedictus C beh-neh-DEEK-tôôss C (benediction) C (section of the Latin Mass set to music
by various composers)

Benedictus appenzeller C Benedictus Appenzeller C beh-neh-DEEK-tôôss AHP-p’n-zell-lur
(the last name is also spelled Appencellers, Appenzelder, and Appenzelders)

Benedictus ducis C Benedictus Ducis C beh-neh-DEEK-tôôss DÔÔ-cheess C (section of the
Latin mass set to music, from the Sacred Songbook of Wittenberg [VITT-tunn-pehrk] by Johann
Walter [YO-hahn VAHL-tur])

Benedictus qui venit in nomine dominiC Benedictus, qui venit in nomine Domini C beh-neh-
DEEK-tôôss, kôôee VEH-nitt inn NO-mih-neh DAW-mih-nih C (Blessed be He that cometh
in the name of the Lord) C (aria from the Messe h-Moll [MESS-suh (h)-MAWL] — Mass in b
Minor — by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn
BAHK])

Benedito y vives C Rafael Benedito y Vives C rah-fah-ELL bay-nay-THEE-toh ee VEE-
vayss

Benefac domine C Benefac Domine C BEH-neh-fahk DAW-mih-neh C (composition by
Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville [zhah6-zho-zeff kahss-sah-nay-ah duh maw6-daw6-
veel])

Beneke C Tex Beneke C TECKSS BEH-nuh-kee

Benelli C Antonio Peregrino Benelli C ahn-TAW-neeo pay-ray-GREE-no bay-NAYL-lee C
(known also as Antonio Pellegrino Benelli [ahn-TAW-neeo payl-lay-GREE-no bay-NAYL-lee])

Benestad C Finn Benestad C FINN BEHEH-nuh-stah

Benet C John Benet C JAHN BEH-nitt
Benet C Josep Benet C zhaw-zepp buh-neh

Benevic C Antonín Benevic C AHN-taw-nyeeeen BEH-neh-vittss

Benevoli C Orazio Benevoli C o-RAH-tseeo bay-nay-VO-lee

Bengtsson C Gustaf Adolf Tiburtius Bengtsson C GÜSS-tahf AH-dawlf tee-BÜR-tihüss
BEHNGT-sawn

Bengtsson C Ingmar Bengtsson C IHNG-mar BEHNGT-sawn C (known also as Lars Ingmar
Olof Bengtsson [LARSS IHNG-mar OO-lahf BEHNGT-sawn])

Benguerel C Xavier Benguerel C shah-vee-EHR benn-gheh-RELL

Beni C Gimi Beni C JEE-mee BAY-nee

Benincori C Angelo Maria Benincori C ahn-JAY-lo mah-REE-ah bay-neen-KO-ree

Benini C Maurizio Benini C mahoo-REE-tseeo bay-NEE-nee

Bennewitz C Antonín Bennewitz C AHN-toh-neen BENN-nuh-vittss C (Germanized version
of the Czechoslovakian name Antonín Benevic [AHN-taw-nyeeeen BEH-neh-vittss])

Benoist C André Benoist C ah6-dray beh-n’wah

Benoist C François Benoist C frah6-swah beh-n’wah

Benoit C beh-n’wah C (character in the opera La bohème [lah baw-emm] — Bohemian Life;
music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-
LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after Henri Murger [ah6-ree
mür-zhay])

Benoit C Peter Benoit C pee-ter beh-n’wah C (known also as Peter Léopold Léonard Benoit
[pee-ter lee-o-pohld lee-o-nard beh-n’wah])

Benotto C Mario Benotto C MAH-reeo bay-NOHT-toh

Benschop C Yvonne Benschop C ee-vawn bah6-sho

Bent C Ian D. Bent C EE-unn D. BENNT C (known also as Ian David [DAY-vudd] Bent])

Bentoiu C Pascal Bentoiu C pahss-KAHL benn-TAW-yoo

Bentonelli C Joseph Bentonelli C JO-zuff benn-tuh-NELL-lee C (known also as Joseph
Horace [HAW-russ] Bentonelli)
Bentzon C Jørgen Bentzon C YÖ-unn BENNT-sunn

Bentzon C Niels Viggo Bentzon C NEELSS VIGG-go BENNT-sunn

Benucci C Francesco Benucci C frahn-CHAY-sko bay-NOO-chee

Benvenuti C Arrigo Benvenuti C ar-REE-go bayn-vay-NOO-tee

Benvenuti C Giacomo Benvenuti C JAH-ko-mo bayn-vay-NOO-tee

Benvenuti C Tommaso Benvenuti C tohm-MAH-zo bayn-vay-NOO-tee

Benvenuto cellini C Benvenuto Cellini C bayn-vay-NOO-toh chayl-LEE-nee C (an opera,
with music by Hector Berlioz [eck-tawr behr-leeawz]; libretto by L. De Wailly [(L.) duh vahee-
yee] and A. Barbier [(A.) bar-beeay])

Benzell C Mimi Benzell C MEE-mee BENN-zull

Benzi C Roberto Benzi C raw-behr-toh bah6-zee

Ber C Huang, Cham-Ber C HOOAH6G, TSHAHAHNG-BAHEE C (known also as Cham-Ber
Huang)

Beranger C P. Beranger t»umacz» W. Syrokomla C (P.) BEH-rahn-zhehr t’woo-MAH-chw’
vwah-DISS-wahf sih-rah-KAHM-lah C (P. Beranger translated by W»adys»aw Syrokomla)

Berard C Carol-Bérard C kah-rawl-bay-rahr

Berardi C Angelo Berardi C ahn-JAY-lo bay-RAR-dee

Berat C Frédéric Berat C fray-day-reek buh-rah

Berber C Felix Berber C FAY-leekss BEHR-bur

Berberian C Cathy Berberian C KA-thee bur-BEH-reeunn

Berbie C Jane Berbié C zhahn behr-beeay C (known also as Jeanne [zhahn] Berbié)

Berbiguier C Antoine Tranquille Berbiguier C ah6-twahn trah6-keey’ behr-bee-gheeay C
(known also as Antoine Benoit-Tranquille [beh-n’wah-trah6-keey’] Berbiguier)

Berceaux C Les berceaux C leh behr-so C (The Cradles) C (poem by Sully Prudhomme [sül-
lee prüd-awm] set to music by Gabriel Fauré [gah-breeell fo-ray])

Berceuse C behr-söz C (Lullaby) C (composition by Charles Ives [CHAH-rullz ¦VZ]) C
(composition by Frédéric Chopin [fray-day-reek shaw-peh6]) C (excerpt from the Suite
miniature [süeet mee-neeah-tür] by César Cui [say-zar küee]) C (excerpt from the suite Dolly
[dawl-lee] by Gabriel Fauré [gah-breeell fo-ray])

Berceuse de la mesange C Berceuse de la mésange C behr-söz duh lah may-zah6zh C (poem
by E. J. Regrettier [(E. J.) ruh-grett-teeay] set to music by Jacques Chailley [zhack shahee-yee])

Berchem C Jachet Berchem C zhah-keh BEHR-kemm C (the first name is also spelled Jaquet
[zhah-keh] and Jacquet [zhah-keh], and the surname is also spelled Berghem [BEHR-kemm];
“de” [deh] may or may not be used between the two names)

Berdini C bayr-DEE-nee

Berenguer C Manuel Berenguer C mah-nooELL bay-rayn-GHEHR

Berens C Hermann Berens C HEHR-mahn BEH-runnss C (known also as Johann Hermann
Berens [YO-hahn HEHR-mahn BEH-runnss])

Beretta C Giovanni Battista Beretta C jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah bay-RAYT-tah

Berezovsky C Maximus Berezovsky C mahk-SEE-môôss beh-reh-ZAWF-skee C (known
also as Maximus Sozontovich [sah-ZAWN-tuh-vihch] Berezovsky)

Berezovsky C Valerian Bogdanov-Berezovsky C vah-LAY-rihahn bahg-DAH-nawf-beh-reh-
ZAWF-skee C (known also as Valerian Mikhailovich [mee-KAHEE-law-vihch] Bogdanov-
Berezovsky)

Berezowsky C Nicolai Berezowsky C {NIH-kuh-lahih beh-ruh-Z!W-skee} nyee-kah-LAHIH
beh-reh-ZAWF-skee

Berg C Adam Berg C AHAH-dahm BEHRK

Berg C Alban Berg C AHL-pahn BEHRK C (known also as Alban Maria Johannes Berg
[AHL-pahn mah-REE-ah yo-HAHN-nuss BEHRK])

Berg C Carl Natanael Berg C KARL NAH-tah-nell BARY’ C (known also as Natanael Berg)

Berg C Conrad Mathias Berg C KAWN-raht mah-TEE-ahss BEHRK

Berg C Gunnar Berg C GOON-naw BEHRH C (known also as Gunnar Johnsen [YAHN-
sunn] Berg

Berg C Johann von Berg C YO-hahn vunn BEHRK

Berg C Josef Berg C YO-seff BEHRK
Berg C Natanael Berg C NAH-tah-nell BARY’ C (known also as Carl [KARL] Natanael Berg)

Berg und burgen schaun herunter C Berg’ und Burgen schaun herunter C BEHRK ôônt
BÔÔR-gunn SHAHÔÔN hehr-ÔÔN-tur C (Mountains and Fortresses Look Down) C (poem
by Heinrich Heine [H¦N-rihh H¦-nuh] set to music by Robert Schumann [ROHOH-behrt
SHOO-mahn] in the song cycle Liederkreis [LEE-dur-kr§ss])

Bergamo C Petar Bergamo C PAY-tar BEHR-gah-maw

Berganza C Teresa Berganza C tay-RAY-sah behr-GAHN-thah

Bergasa C Carlos Bergasa C KAR-lawss behr-GAH-sah

Berge C Sigurd Berge C SEE-ghewr BAR-guh

Berge sind spitz C Die Berge sind spitz C dee BEHR-guh zinnt SHPITTSS C (song from
Vier Lieder aus dem Jungbrunnen [FEER LEE-dur ahôôss daym YÔÔNG-brôôn-nunn] —
Four Songs From ‘The Well of Youth’) C (compositions by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss
{BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS])

Bergel C Erich Bergel C yeh-REEK behr-JELL

Berger C Andreas Berger C ahn-DRAY-ahss BEHR-gur

Berger C Arthur Berger C AR-thur BUR-gur C (known also as Arthur Victor [VICK-tur]
Berger)

Berger C Erna Berger C EHR-nah BEHR-gur

Berger C Francesco Berger C frahn-SESS-ko BEHR-jur

Berger C Jean Berger C {JEEN BUR-gur} zhah6 BEHR-gur

Berger C Le Berger C luh behr-zhay C (The shepherd) C (character in the opera Pelléas et
Mélisande [puhl-lay-ahss ay may-lee-zah6d], with music by Claude Debussy [klohd deh-büss-
see] and libretto by Debussy after Maurice Maeterlinck [mo-reess MAHAH-tur-lihngk])

Berger C Ludwig Berger C LOOT-vihh BEHR-gur

Berger C Roman Berger C RO-mahn BEHR-gur

Berger C Rudolf Berger C ROO-dawlf BEHR-gher

Berger C Theodor Berger C TAY-o-dohohr BEHR-gur
Berger C Un berger C ü6 behr-zhay C (A shepherd) C (character in the opera Médée [may-
day]; music by Marc Antoine Charpentier [mark ah6-twahn shar-pah6-t’yay] and libretto by
Pierre Corneille [peeehr kawr-nehy’])

Berger C Un berger C ü6 behr-zhay C (A shepherd) C (character in the opera Pelléas et
Mélisande [puhl-lay-ahss ay may-lee-zah6d]; music by Claude Debussy [klohd deh-büss-see]
and libretto by Debussy after Maurice Maeterlinck [mo-reess MAHAH-tur-lihngk])

Berger C Wilhelm Berger C VILL-hellm BEHR-gur C (known also as Wilhelm Reinhard
[R¦N-hart] Berger)

Berger C Wilhelm Georg Berger C veel-HELLM jeh-AWRG behr-JEHR

Berger C Wilhelm Peterson-Berger C VEEL-hellm PEH-ter-sawn-BAR-yer C (known also as
Olof [O-lawf] Wilhelm Peterson-Berger)

Bergere C La bergère C lah behr-zhehr C (The easy chair) C (character in the opera L'enfant
et les sortileges [lah6-fah6 ay leh sawr-tee-lehzh] — The Child and the Fantasies; music by
Maurice Ravel [mo-reess rah-vell] and libretto by Sidonie Gabrielle Gauthiers-Villars [see-daw-
nee gah-breeell go-teeay-veel-lar])

Bergere ma lumiere C Ma bergère, ma lumière C mah behr-zhehr, mah lü-meeehr C (song by
Jehan Planson [zhehah6 plah6-soh6])

Berggreen C Andreas Peter Berggreen C ann-DRAY-uss PEE-tuh BEHR-green

Bergh C Arthur Bergh C AR-thur BURG

Bergh C Rudolph Bergh C WOO-dawlf BEHRH

Berghem C Jachet Berghem C zhah-keh BEHR-kemm C (the first name is also spelled Jaquet
[zhah-keh] and Jacquet [zhah-keh], and the surname is also spelled Berchem [BEHR-kemm];
“de” [deh] may or may not be used between the two names)

Bergiron de briou C Nicolas-Antoine Bergiron de Briou C nee-kaw-lah-ah6-twahn behr-
zhee-raw6 duh breeôô

Bergius C Allan Bergius C AL-lunn BEHR-ghihôôss

Bergler C Geoffrey Bergler C JEFF-free BUR-glur

Berglund C Allan Engelbert Berglund C AL-lunn EHNG-gull-burt BURG-lunnd C (known
also as Paavo Berglund [PAHAH-vaw BEHRK-lôônt])

Berglund C Joel Berglund C YOO-ell BARY’-lünd C (known also as Joel Ingemar [IHNG-uh-
mar] Berglund])

Berglund C Paavo Berglund C PAHAH-vaw BARY’-lôônt C (known also as Allan Engelbert
Berglund [AL-lunn EHNG-gull-burt BURG-lunnd])

Bergman C Erik Bergman C EH-rick BARY’-mahn

Bergman C Kati Bergman C KAH-tih BARY’-mahn

Bergmann C Carl Bergmann C KARL-BEHRK-mahn

Bergmans C Paul Bergmans C pohl behrg-mah6ss C (known also as Paul Jean Étienne
Charles Marie Bergmans [pohl zhah6-nay-teeenn sharl mah-ree behrg-mah6ss])

Bergner C Wilhelm Bergner C VILL-hellm BEHRG-nehr C (in Latvia, this Latvian National
would be known as Wilhelms Bergners [VILL-hellms BEHRG-nehrss])

Bergonzi C Carlo Bergonzi C KAR-lo bayr-GOHN-tsee

Bergsma C William Bergsma C WILL-lihumm BURGSS-muh C (known also as William
Laurence [LAW-runntss] Bergsma])

Bergson C Michael Bergson C MI-kull BURG-sunn C (known also as Micha»
Bergson [MEE-hahw’ BEHRG-sawn])

Bergt C Christian Gottlob August Bergt C KRIH-stihahn GAWT-lawp AHÔÔ-gôôst
BEHRKT

Berigan C Bunny Berigan C BUNN-nee BEH-rih-gunn C (known also as Rowland Bernart
Berigan [RO-lunnd BUR-nurt BEH-rih-gunn)

Berinbaum C Martin Berinbaum C MAR-t’n BEH-runn-bawm

Beringer C Oscar Beringer C {AWSS-kur BEH-runn-jur} AWSS-kar BAY-rihng-ur

Berio C Luciano Berio C loo-CHAH-no BAY-reeo

Beriot C Charles de Bériot C sharl deh bay-reeo C (known also as Charles-Auguste [sharl-aw-
güst] de Bériot)

Beriot C Charles-Wilfride de Bériot C sharl-veel-freed duh bay-reeo

Berkhemer C Joan Berkhemer C YO-ahn BEHR-kuh-mur

Berkhout C Frans Berkhout C FRAHNSS BEHRK-hahoot
Berkowitz C Ralph Berkowitz C RALF BUR-kaw-wittz

Berleburg C Count Friedrich Ernst Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg C (Count) FREET-rihh
EHRNST ZAHÜN-VITT-gunn-sht§n-BEHR-luh-bôôrk])

Berlijn C Anton Berlijn C ahn-TOHN behr-LAYN

Berlin C Irving Berlin C UR-vihng bur-LINN

Berlin C Johan Daniel Berlin C YO-hahn DAH-nihayl behr-LEEN

Berlin im licht song C Berlin im Licht-Song C behr-LEEN imm LIHHT-ZAWNG C (Berlin
[bur-LINN] in Light Song) C (composition by Kurt Weill [KÔÔRT V¦L])

Berlin philharmoniker C Berlin Philharmoniker C behr-LEEN fill-har-MOHOH-nih-kur C
(Berlin [bur-LINN] Philharmonic Orchestra)

Berliner messe C Berliner Messe C behr-LEE-nur MESS-suh C (Berlin [bur-LINN] Mass)
C (Mass set to music by Arvo Pärt [AR-vo PEHRT])

Berliner requiem C Berliner Requiem C behr-LEE-nur RAY-kvihemm C (Berlin [bur-LINN]
Requiem [{REH-kôôee-umm} REH-kôôih-emm]) C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Kurt Weill
[KÔÔRT V¦L])

Berliner salon C Berliner Salon C behr-LEE-nur sah-law6 C (Berlin Salon [bur-LINN sah-
law6)

Berliner solisten C Berliner Solisten C behr-LEE-nur zo-LIH-stunn C (Berlin [bur-LINN]
Soloists)

Berlinski C Hermann Berlinski C {HUR-munn bur-LINN-skee} HEHR-mahn behr-LEEN-
skee

Berlinski C Jacques Berlinski C {ZHACK bur-LINN-skee} ZHACK behr-LEEN-skee

Berlinsky C Valentin Berlinsky C vah-lenn-TYEEN behr-LYEEN-skee

Berlioz C Gabriel Pierre Berlioz C gah-breeell peeehr behr-leeawz

Berlioz C Hector Berlioz C eck-tawr behr-leeawz C (known also as Louis-Hector [lôô-ee eck-
tawr] Berlioz)

Berman C Lazar Berman C LAH-zur BEHR-mahn C (known also as Lazar Naumovich [nah-
OO-muh-vihch] Berman)
Bermudo C Juan Bermudo C hooAHN behr-MOO-tho

Bernabei C Ercole Bernabei C ayr-KO-lay bayr-nah-BAY-ee

Bernabei C Giuseppe Antonio Bernabei C joo-ZAYP-pay ahn-TAW-neeo bayr-nah-BAY-ee

Bernac C Pierre Bernac C peeehr behr-nahk

Bernacchi C Antonio Maria Bernacchi C ahn-TAW-neeo mah-REE-ah bayr-NAHK-kee

Bernanos C Georges Bernanos C zhawrzh behr-nah-nawss

Bernard C Jean Émile Auguste Bernard C zhah6-nay-meel o-güst behr-nar

Bernard C Moritz Bernard C MAW-rittss behr-NART C (known also as Moritz Matvey
[maht-WAY] Bernard)

Bernard C Paul Bernard C pohl behr-nar

Bernard C Robert Bernard C ro-behr behr-nar

Bernardi C Bartolomeo Bernardi C bar-to-lo-MAY-o bayr-NAR-dee

Bernardi C Enrico Bernardi C ayn-REE-ko bayr-NAR-dee

Bernardi C Francesco Bernardi C frahn-CHAY-sko bayr-NAR-dee

Bernardi C Mario Bernardi C MEH-reeo bur-NAR-dee C (known also as Mario Egidio [eh-
JEE-deeo] Bernardi)

Bernardi C Stefano Bernardi C STAY-fah-no bayr-NAR-dee C (the first name is also spelled
Steffano [STAYF-fah-no])

Bernart de ventadorn C Bernart de Ventadorn C bur-nar duh vah6-tah-dawrn

Bernasconi C Andrea Bernasconi C ahn-DRAY-ah bayr-nahss-KO-nee

Berne C Harry van Berne C har-REE funn BEHR-neh

Berneker C Constanz Berneker C KAWN-shtahntss BEHR-nuh-kur

Berner C Friedrich Wilhelm Berner C FREET-rihh VILL-hellm BEHR-nur

Berners C Lord Berners C LAWRD BUR-nurz C (known also as Sir Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-
Wilson [(Sir) JEH-rulld h’YOO TIHR-ritt-WILL-sunn])
Bernet kempers C Karel Philippus Bernet Kempers C KAH-rell fee-LEEP-püss BEHR-nett
KEMM-perss

Bernhard C Christoph Bernhard C KRIH-stawf BEHRN-hart

Bernhard der deutsche C Bernhard der Deutsche C BEHRN-hart dayr DOYT-shuh C
(known also as Bernardo di Steffanino Murer [bayr-NAR-doh dee stayf-fah-NEE-no MOO-
rayr])

Bernheimer C Julia Bernheimer C YOO-lihah BEHRN-h§-mur

Bernheimer C Martin Bernheimer C {MAR-t’n BURN-h§-mur} MAR-teen BEHRN-h§-mur

Bernier C Nicolas Bernier C nee-kaw-lah behr-neeay

Bernier C René Bernier C ruh-nay behr-neeay

Bernius C Frieder Bernius C FREE-dur BEHR-nihôôss

Berno von reichenau C Berno von Reichenau C BEHR-no fawn R¦-huh-nahôô

Bernoulli C Eduard Bernoulli C eh-düar behr-nôôl-lee

Bernstein C Elmer Bernstein C ELL-mur BURN-st§n

Bernstein C Lawrence F. Bernstein C LAW-runntss F. BURN-st§n

Bernstein C Leonard Bernstein C LEH-nurd BURN-st§n

Bernstein C Martin Bernstein C MAR-t’n BURN-st§n

Bernstein C Walter Heinz Bernstein C VAHL-tur H¦NTSS BEHRN-sht§n

Bernuth C Julius von Bernuth C YOO-lihôôss fawn BEHR-nôôt

Beroff C Michel Béroff C mee-shell bay-rawf

Berr C Friedrich Berr C FREET-rihh BEHR

Berry C Manuel Manrique de Lara y Berry C mah-nooELL mahn-REE-kay day LAH-rah ee
BEHR-ree C (known also as Manuel Manrique de Lara)

Berry C Walter Berry C VAHL-tur BEHR-rü

Bersa C Blagoje Bersa C BLAH-go-yeh BEHR-sah
Berta C BAYR-tah C (character in the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee
see-VEE-leeah] — The Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-
no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-
Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and
Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Bertali C Antonio Bertali C ahn-TAW-neeo bayr-TAH-lee

Bertalot C John Bertalot C JAHN BUR-tuh-laht

Bertalotti C Angelo Michele Bertalotti C ahn-JAY-lo mee-KAY-lay bayr-tah-LOHT-tee

Bertani C Lelio Bertani C LAY-leeo bayr-TAH-nee

Berte C Heinrich Berté C H¦N-rihh BEHR-tay

Berteau C Martin Berteau C mar-teh6 behr-toh

Bertheaume C Isidore Bertheaume C ee-see-dawr behr-tay-ohm

Berthold C Theodor Berthold C TAY-o-dohohr BEHR-tawlt C (known also as Karl Friedrich
[KARL FREET-rihh] Theodor Berthold)

Berti C Carlo Berti C KAR-lo BAYR-tee

Berti C Giovanni Pietro Berti C jo-VAHN-nee peeAY-tro BAYR-tee

Bertin C Louise Bertin C lôôeez behr-teh6 C (known also as Louise-Angélique [lôôeez-ah6-
zhay-leek] Bertin)

Bertin de la doue C Thomas Bertin de la Doué C taw-mah behr-teh6 duh lah dôôay

Bertini C Auguste Bertini C o-güst behr-tee-nee C (known also as Benoit-Auguste Bertini
[beh-n’wah-o-güst behr-tee-nee])

Bertini C Domenico Bertini C doh-MAY-nee-ko bayr-TEE-nee

Bertini C Gary Bertini C GAH-ree behr-TEE-nee

Bertini C Giuseppe Bertini C joo-ZAYP-pay bayr-TEE-nee

Bertini C Henri Bertini C ah6-ree behr-tee-nee C (known also as Henri-Jérôme
Bertini [ah6-ree-zhay-rohm behr-tee-nee)]

Bertini C Salvatore Bertini C sahl-vah-TOH-ray bayr-TEE-nee
Bertinotti C Teresa Bertinotti C tay-RAY-zah bayr-tee-NOHT-tee C (known also as Teresa
Bertinotti-Radicati [tay-RAY-zah bayr-tee-NOHT-tee-rah-dee-KAH-tee])

Bertoldo C Sperindio Bertoldo C spay-REEN-deeo bayr-TOHL-doh C (known also as
Sper’in Dio Bertoldo [SPAY-reen DEEO bayr-TOHL-doh])

Bertoli C Julius Karr-Bertoli C YOO-lihôôss KAR-bayr-TOH-lee

Bertolli C Francesca Bertolli C frahn-CHAY-skah bayr-TOHL-lee

Bertomeu C Juan Bros y Bertomeu C hooAHN BRAWSS ee behr-toh-MAY-oo C (known
also as Juan Joaquín Pedro Domingo Bros y Bertomeu [hooAHN ho-ah-KEEN PAY-dro doh-
MEEN-go BRAWSS ee behr-toh-MAY-oo])

Berton C Henri-Montan Berton C ah6-ree-maw6-tah6 behr-taw6

Berton C Liliane Berton C lee-leeahn behr-taw6

Berton C Pierre-Montan Berton C peeehr-maw6-tah6 behr-taw6

Bertona C Silvia Bertona C SEEL-veeah bayr-TOH-nah

Bertoni C Ferdinando Gioseffo Bertoni C fayr-dee-NAHN-doh jo-ZAYF-fo bayr-TOH-nee

Bertouille C Gérard Bertouille C zheh-rar behr-tôô-ee

Bertram C Theodor Bertram C TAY-o-dohohr BEHR-trahm

Bertrand C Aline Bertrand C ah-leen behr-trah6

Bertrand C Antoine de Bertrand C ah6-twahn duh behr-trah6

Bertrand C Jean-Gustave Bertrand C zhah6-güss-tahv behr-trah6

Berutti C Arturo Berutti C ar-TOO-ro bay-ROOT-tee

Bervoix C Flora Bervoix C flaw-rah behr-v'wah C (character in the opera La traviata [lah
trah-veeAH-tah] — The Worldly Woman; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-
dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after
Alexandre Dumas [ah-leck-sah6-dr’ dü-mah])

Berwald C Franz Berwald C FRAHNSS BARUH-vahlt C (known also as Franz Adolf [AH-
dawlf] Berwald)

Berwald C Johan Fredrik Berwald C YOO-hahn FRAYUH-drick BARUH-vahlt C (Swedish
version of the German Johann Friedrich Berwald [YO-hahn FREET-rihh BEHR-vahlt])

Berwald C William Berwald C WILL-lihumm BUR-wahld C (known also as Wilhelm Berwald
[VILL-hellm BEHR-vahlt])

Berzerette savoyenne C behr-zeh-rett sah-v'wah-yenn C (Shepherdess From Savoy) C (Mass
set to music by Antoine Brumel [ah6-twahn brü-mell])

Besame mucho C Bésame Mucho C BAY-sah-may MOO-cho C (Kiss Me Again and Again)
C (blues song by Consuelo Velázquez [kawn-sooAY-lo vay-LAHSS-kess])

Besanzoni C Gabriella Besanzoni C gahb-reeAYL-lah bay-sahn-TSOH-nee

Besard C Jean-Baptiste Besard C zhah6-bah-teest buh-sar

Bescheidene C Die bescheidene C dee buh-SH¦-duh-nuh C (The Modest Lassie) C (excerpt
from Mährische Duette [MAY-rih-shuh doo-ETT-tuh] — Moravian Duets — by Antonín
DvoÍák [AHN-taw-nyeeeen d’VAW-rshahahk])

Bescheidene liebe C Bescheidene Liebe C buh-SH¦-duh-nuh LEE-buh C (Undemanding
Love) C (anonymous poem set to music by Hugo Wolf [HOO-go VAWLF])

Besekirsky C Vasili Besekirsky C vah-SEE-lyee beh-seh-KEER-skee C (known also as Vasili
Bezekirsky [beh-zeh-KEER-skee])

Besler C Samuel Besler C ZAH-moo-ayl BESS-lur

Besly C Maurice Besly C MAW-russ BESS-lee

Besozzi C Alessandro Besozzi C ah-layss-SAHN-dro bay-SOHT-tsee

Bessa C Antonio del Bessa C ahn-TAW-neeo dayl BAYSS-sah C (known also as Antonio
Squarcialupi [skooar-cheeah-LOO-pee], Antonio degli Organi [DAY-l’yee ohr-GAH-nee], and
Antonio de Bartolomeo [day bar-toh-loh-MAY-o])

Bessaraboff C Nicholas Bessaraboff C NIH-kuh-luss bess-sah-RAH-bawf C (known in the
United States as Nicholas Bessaraboff Bodley [NIH-kuh-luss bess-suh-RAH-bawf BAWD-lee])
C (Nicholas is probably an Americanized version of the original Russian Nikolai [nyee-kah-
LAHIH])

Bessel C Vasili Bessel C vah-SEE-lyee BESS-sell C (the first name is transliterated also as
Vassili [vahss-SEE-lyee])

Besseler C Heinrich Besseler C H¦N-rihh BESS-suh-lur
Bessems C Antoine Bessems C ah6-twahn bess-semmss

Bester jungling C Bester Jüngling C BEH-stur YÜNG-lihng C (rondo [RAHN-doh] from the
opera Der Schauspieldirektor [dayr SHAHÔÔ-shpeel-tih-reck-tawr] — The Play Director; a
one-act comedy, with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-
ôôss MO-tsart] and libretto by Gottlieb Stephanie [GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee])

Bestiaire C Le bestiaire C luh bess-teeehr C (shortened version of Le bestiaire (ou le cortège
d'Orphée) [luh bess-teeehr (ôô luh kawr-tehzh dawr-fay)] — The Bestiary [BESS-chee-eh-ree]
(or ‘The Procession of Orpheus [AWR-fee-uss]’)) C (six songs for voice by Francis Poulenc
[frah6-seess pôô-lah6k])

Bestiaire ou le cortege dorphee C Le bestiaire (ou le cortège d'Orphée) C luh bess-teeehr (ôô
luh kawr-tehzh dawr-fay) C (The Bestiary [BESS-chee-eh-ree] (or ‘The Procession of
Orpheus [AWR-fee-uss]’)) C (six songs for voice by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k])

Bete aber auch dabei C BAY-tuh AH-bur ahôôk dah-B¦ C (Yet pray, even while) C (aria
from the cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] Mache dich, mein Geist, bereit [MAH-kuh dihh, m§n
GH¦ST, buh-R¦T] by Johann Sebastian [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-
stihahn BAHK])

Bethena C buh-THEE-nuh C (concert waltz by Scott Joplin)

Bethune C Conon de Bèthune C kaw-naw6 duh beh-tün

Bethune C Thomas Greene Bethune C TAH-muss GREEN buh-th’YOON

Betly C BAYT-lee C (an opera, with music by Gaetano Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no doh-nee-
TSAYT-tee] and libretto by Donizetti after Eugène Scribe [ö-zhenn skreeb]; also a character in
the opera)

Betti C Adolfo Betti C ah-DOHL-fo BAYT-tee

Bettina C Judith Bettina C JOO-duth butt-TEE-nuh

Bettinelli C Bruno Bettinelli C BROO-no bayt-tee-NAYL-lee

Betto di signa C Betto di Signa C BAYT-toh dee SEE-n’yah C (character in the opera Gianni
Schicchi [JAHN-nee SKEEK-kee]; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]
and libretto by Giovacchino Forzano [jo-vahk-KEE-no fohr-TSAH-no])

Betz C Franz Betz C FRAHNTSS BETTSS

Beurhaus C Friedrich Beurhaus C FREET-rihh BOYR-hahôôss
Beurle C Jürgen Beurle C YÜR-gunn BOYR-luh

Beurlin C Paul Beurlin C PAHÔÔL BOYR-linn C (the last name is also spelled Peuerl [POY-
url], Peurl [POYRL], Bäwerl [BAY-vurl], and Bäurl [BAY-ôôrl])

Beuthen C Heinrich Schulz-Beuthen C H¦N-rihh SHÔÔLTSS-BOY-tunn

Bevan C Clifford Bevan C KLIFF-furd BEH-vunn

Bevan C Rachel Bevan C RAY-chull BEH-vunn

Beveridge C Thomas Beveridge C TAH-muss BEH-vuh-ridj

Beversdorf C Thomas Beversdorf C TAH-muss BEH-vuhrz-dawrf

Bevignani C Enrico Bevignani C ayn-REE-ko bay-vee-n’YAH-nee

Bewegt C buh-VECKT C (excerpt from Sonate Nr. 2 für Violine und Klavier d-moll [zo-
NAH-tuh Nr. 2 für fee-o-LEE-nuh ôônt klah-FEER DAY-MAWL] — Sonata No. 2 in d
Minor for Violin and Piano — by Robert Schuman [ROHOH-bert SHOO-mahn])

Bewerunge C Henry Bewerunge C {HENN-ree BEH-weh-ruhng} HENN-ree BAY-vuh-
rôông-uh C (the first name of this German national probably was Heinrich [H¦N-rihh] before
anglicization)

Bey C Mariette Bey C mah-reeett beh

Beydts C Louis Beydts C lôôee baytss

Beyer C Achim Beyer C AH-kimm B¦-ur

Beyer C Frank Michael Beyer C FRAHNGK MIH-hah-ell B¦-ur

Beyer C Franz Beyer C FRAHNTSS B¦-ur

Beyer C Johann Samuel Beyer C YO-hahn ZAH-mooayl B¦-ur

Beyer C Johanna Magdalena Beyer C {jo-HANN-nah mag-dah-LEE-nah B¦-ur} yo-HAHN-
nah mahk-dah-LAY-nah B¦-ur

Beyerle C Hatto Beyerle C HAHT-toh B¦-yur-luh

Beyschlag C Adolf Beyschlag C AHAH-dawlf B¦-shlahk

Bezdek C Jan Bezdek C JANN BEZZ-deck
Bezekirsky C Vasili Bezekirsky C vah-SEE-lyee beh-zeh-KEER-skee C (known also as Vasili
Besekirsky [beh-seh-KEER-skee])

Beznosiuk C Lisa Beznosiuk C LEE-suh BEZZ-naw-sihôôk

Beznosiuk C Pavlo Beznosiuk C PAHV-lo BEZZ-naw-sihôôk

Bezzubenkov C Gennadii Bezzubenkov C ghenn-NAH-dyee bezz-ZOO-bunn-kuff

Bhagavad gita C Bhagavad-Gita C BAH-gah-vahd GHEE-tah

Bhatkhande C Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande C WIHSH-noo nah-RAH-yahn baht-KAHN-dee

Biaggi C Girolamo Alessandro Biaggi C jee-RO-lah-mo ah-layss-SAHN-dro beeAHD-jee

Bial C Rudolf Bial C ROO-dawlf BEE-ahl

Bialas C Günter Bialas C GÜN-tur bee-AH-lahss

Bialik C Chaim Nachman Bialik C KAHIHM NAHK-mahn bihAH-lick

Bianca C beeAHN-kah C (character in the opera La rondine [lah ROHN-dee-nay] — The
Swallow; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Giuseppe Adami
[joo-ZAYP-pay ah-DAH-mee] after Dr. A. M. Willner [VILL-nur] and Heinz Reichert
[H¦NTSS R¦-hert])

Bianca C beeAHN-kah C (character in the opera Les brigands [leh bree-gah6] — The Brigands
[BRIH-gunndz]; music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk]; libretto by Henri
Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])

Bianchi C Bianca Bianchi C beeAHN-kah beeAHN-kee

Bianchi C Bonifacio Bianchi C bo-nee-FAH-cho beeAHN-kee

Bianchi C Francesco Bianchi C frahn-CHAY-sko beeAHN-kee

Bianchi C Valentina Bianchi C vah-lenn-TEE-nuh bee-AHN-kee

Bianchini C Domenico Bianchini C doh-MAY-nee-ko beeahn-KEE-nee

Bianco C Pietro Antonio Bianco C peeAY-tro ahn-TAW-neeo beeAHN-ko

Bianco C René Bianco C ruh-nay beeah6-ko

Bianconi C Philippe Bianconi C fee-leep beeah6-kaw-nee
Biancucci C beeahn-KOO-chee

Bibalitsch C Antonio Bibalitsch C ahn-TAW-neeo BEE-bah-littsk C (known also as Antonio
Gino [JEE-no] Bibalitsch, Antonio Bibalo [BEE-bah-lo], and Antonio Gino Bibalo)

Bibalo C Antonio Bibalo C ahn-TAW-neeo BEE-bah-lo C (known also as Antonio Gino
[JEE-no] Bibalo, Antonio Bibalitsch [BEE-bah-littsk], and Antonio Gino Bibalitsch)

Biber C Heinrich Biber C H¦N-rihh BEE-bur C (known also as Heinrich Ignaz Franz von
Biber [H¦N-rihh IGG-nahtss FRAHNTSS fawn BEE-bur])

Bibl C Andreas Bibl C ahn-DRAY-ahss BIH-b’l

Bibl C Rudolf Bibl C ROO-dawlf BIH-b’l

Bidaola C Jésus Guridi Bidaola C HAY-sooss goo-REE-thee bee-thah-O-lah C (known also
as Jésus Guridi)

Bie C Oskar Bie C AWSS-kar BEE

Bieber C Clemens Bieber C KLAY-mennss BEE-bur

Biebl C Franz Biebl C FRAHNTSS BEE-b’l

Biedau C Viktor Hugo von Woikowski-Biedau C VICK-tawr HOO-go fawn voy-KAWV-
skee-BEE-dahôô

Biehle C Herbert Biehle C HEHR-pert BEE-luh

Biehle C Johannes Biehle C yo-HAHN-nuss BEE-luh C (known also as August [AHÔÔ-gôôst]
Johannes Biehle)

Bielawa C Herbert Bielawa C HUR-burt bee-LAH-wah

Bielefeld C Bob Bielefeld C BAHB BEE-leh-felld

Bierbach C Franz Bierbach C FRAHNTSS BEER-pahk

Bierbaum C Otto Julius Bierbaum C AWT-toh YOO-lihôôss BEER-pahoom

Bierdiajew C Walerian Bierdiajew C vah-LEH-reeahn beeehr-deeAH-yeff

Bierey C Gottlob Benedikt Bierey C GAWT-lawp BAY-nay-dickt BEE-r§

Biessen C Émile Biessen C ay-meel beeess-sah6
Bignami C Carlo Bignami C KAR-lo bee-n’YAH-mee

Bigot C Eugène Bigot C ö-zhenn bee-go

Bigot C Marie Bigot C mah-ree bee-go C (known also as Marie Bigot de Morogues [mah-
ree bee-go duh maw-rawg])

Bijvanck C Henk Bijvanck C HEHNGK BAY-vahngk

Bik C Annette Bik C ahn-NETT-tuh BEEK

Bikel C Theodore Bikel C {THEE-uh-dohr BIH-k’l} tay-o-DOH-ruh BEE-kull

Bilbao song C Bilbao-Song C bill-BAH-o-(Song) C (song by Kurt Weill [KÔÔRT V¦L] from
the musical production Happy End; text by Dorothy Lane (Elisabeth Hauptmann [ay-LEE-zah-
bett HAHÔÔPT-mahn]) and Bertolt Brecht [BEHR-tawlt BREHHT])

Bilbilicos C Los bilbilicos C lawss beel-bee-LEE-kawss C (The Nightingales) C (traditional
song of the Spanish Jews)

Bild der rose C Das Bild der Rose C dahss BILLT dayr RO-zuh C (composition by Johann
Friedrich Reichardt [YO-hahn FREET-rihh R¦-hart])

Bildstein C Hieronymus Bildstein C hee-ROHOH-nü-môôss BILLT-sht§n

Bilhon C Jhan de Bilhon C zhah6 deh bee-yaw6 C (the first name is also spelled Jean [zhah6],
Jan [yahn], Jehan [zhehah6], and Joannes [yo-ahn-ness], and the last name is also spelled Billhon
[bee-yaw6] and Billon [bee-yaw6]; du [dü] may also substitute for de [deh])

Biller C Georg Christoph Biller C GAY-awrk KRIH-stawf BILL-lur

Billhon C Jhan de Billhon C zhah6 deh bee-yaw6 C (the first name is also spelled Jean
[zhah6], Jan [YAHN], Jehan [zhehah6], and Joannes [yo-ahn-ness], and the last name is also
spelled Bilhon [bee-yaw6] and Billon [bee-yaw6]; du [dü] may also substitute for de [deh])

Billon C (see Jhan de Billhon)

Billroth C Theodor Billroth C TAY-o-dohohr BILL-rawt

Bilse C Benjamin Bilse C BENN-yah-minn BILL-suh

Bilson C Malcolm Bilson C MAL-kumm BILL-sunn

Bilstin C Youry Bilstin C YOO-ree bill-STEEN
Bilt C Peter van der Bilt C PAY-ter funn der BILLT

Bimba bimba non piangere C Bimba, bimba, non piangere C BEEM-bah, BEEM-bah, nohn
peeAHN-jay-ray C (duet from Act I of the opera Tosca [TOH-skah]; music by Giacomo Puccini
[JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe
Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after Henri Murger [ah6-ree mür-zhay])

Bimboni C Alberto Bimboni C {al-BEHR-toh bimm-BO-nee} ahl-BAYR-toh beem-BO-nee

Bin ich gleich von dir gewichen C binn ihh GL¦H fawn deer guh-VIH-hunn C (Before Thee
I Yield My All) C (choral excerpt from the St. Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-
hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Binch C Gilles Binch C (see Gilles Binchois)

Binche C Gilles Binche C (see Gilles Binchois)

Binchois C Gilles Binchois C zheel beh6-shwah C (known also as Gilles Binch [beh6sh],
Gilles Binche [beh6sh], Gilles de Binchois [duh beh6-shwah], Gilles de Binch [duh beh6sh], and
Gilles de Binche [duh beh6sh])

Binder C Christlieb Siegmund Binder C KRIHST-leep ZEEK-môônt BINN-tur

Binder C Karl Binder C KARL BINN-tur

Binenbaum C Janco Binenbaum C YAHN-ko BEE-nunn-bahôôm

Binet C Jean Binet C zhah6 bee-neh

Bingen C Hildegard von Bingen C HILL-tuh-gart fawn BIHNG-unn

Bingham C Clifton Bingham C KLIFF-tunn BIHNG-umm

Binicki C Stanislav Bini…ki C STAH-nih-slahf bee-NEECH-kee

Binnorie C binn-NO-ree

Binzer C Kim von Binzer C KIMM fawn BINN-tsuh

Biondina in gondoleta C La biondina in gondoleta C lah beeohn-DEE-nah een gohn-doh-LAY-
tah C (The Blonde Girl in the Gondola) C (composition by Reynaldo Hahn [ray-NAHL-doh
HAHN])

Biordi C Giovanni Biordi C jo-VAHN-nee beeOHR-dee
Biran C Jonathan Biran C JAH-nuh-thunn BIH-runn

Birchall C Simon Birchall C S¦-munn BUR-chawl

Bird C William Bird C WILL-lihumm BURD C (known also as William Byrd [BURD] and
William Byrde [BURD])

Biriotti C León Biriotti C lay-OHN bee-reeAWT-tee

Biriukov C Yuri Biriukov C YOO-ree bih-rihôô-KAWF

Birkenstock C Johann Adam Birkenstock C YO-hahn AHAH-dahm BIHR-kunn-shtawk

Birnbach C Heinrich Birnbach C H¦N-rihh BIHRN-bahk

Birnbach C Karl Joseph Birnbach C KARL YOHOH-zeff BIHRN-bahk

Birnie C Tessa Birnie C TESS-suh BUR-nee C (known also as Tessa Daphne [DAFF-nee]
Birnie)

Birtner C Herbert Birtner C HEHR-pert BIHRT-nur

Birtwistle C Sir Harrison Birtwistle C (SIR) HAR-rih-s’n BURT-wiss’l C (known also as Sir
Harrison Paul [PAWL] Birtwistle)

Bis / Hippolyte-Louis-Florent Bis / ee-paw-leet-lôôee-flaw-rah6 bee

Bis jouy et marrast C Bis, Jouy et Marrast C bee, zhôôee ay mar-rah C Hippolyte Bis, Étienne
de Jouy et Armand Marrast C eep-law-leet bee,ay-teeenn duh zhôôee ay ar-mah6 mar-rah C
(librettists for the opera Guillaume Tell [ghee-yohm tell] — William Tell [WILL-lihumm
TELL], based on Wilhelm Tell [VILL-hellm TELL] by Friedrich von Schiller [FREET-rihh
fawn SHILL-lur] C (music by Gioachino Rossini johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee])

Bisaccia C Giovanni Bisaccia C jo-VAHN-nee bee-ZAH-chah

Bischof C Andrea Bischof C AHN-dray-uh BIH-shawf

Bischof C Rainer Bischof C RAHIH-nur BIH-shawf

Bischoff C Georg Friedrich Bischoff C GAY-awrk FREET-rihh BIH-shawf

Bischoff C Hans Bischoff C HAHNSS BIH-shawf

Bischoff C Hermann Bischoff C HEHR-mahn BIH-shawf
Bischoff C Kaspar Jakob Bischoff C KAH-spar YAHAH-kawp BIH-shawf

Bischoff C Ludwig Friedrich Christian Bischoff C LÔÔT-vihh FREET-rihh KRIH-stihyahn
BIH-shawf

Bischoff C Marie Bischoff C mah-REE-uh BIH-shawf

Biscogli C Francesco Biscogli C frahn-CHAY-sko bee-SKO-l’yee

Bishop C Stephen Bishop C STEE-vunn BIH-shupp C (known also as Stephen Bishop-
Kovacevich [STEE-vunn BIH-shupp kaw-vuh-SEH-vihch])

Bishop kovacevich C Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich C STEE-vunn BIH-shupp-kaw-vuh-SEH-
vihch C (known also as Stephen Bishop)

Bismillah khan C BISS-mill-lah KAHN

Bispham C David Bispham C DAY-vudd BISS-pumm C (known also as David Scull
Bispham [DAY-vudd SKULL) BISS-pumm])

Bissell C Keith Bissell C KEETH BISS-sull

Bisson C Noël Bisson C NO-ull BISS-sunn

Bist du bei mir C BISST doo b§ MEER C (composition by Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel
[GAWT-freet H¦N-rihh SHTÖL-tsull])

Bitetti C Ernesto Bitetti C ehr-NAYSS-toh bee-TETT-tee C (known also as Ernesto Bitetti
Ravina [rah-VEE-nah], Ernesto Guillermo [ghee-l’YEHR-mo] Bitetti, and Ernesto Guillermo
Bitetti Ravina)

Bitowski C bee-TAWV-skee C (character in the operetta Wiener Blut [VEE-nur BLOOT] —
Vienna Blood; music by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHOOSS II]; libretto by Victor Léon
[veek-tawr lay-aw6] and Leo Stein [LAY-o SHT¦N])

Bitsch C Marcel Bitsch C mar-sell beetsh

Bitter C Carl Hermann Bitter C KARL HEHR-mahn BITT-tur

Bittner C Julius Bittner C YOO-lihôôss BITT-nur

Bixio C Cesare Antonio Bixio C chay-ZAH-ray ahn-TAW-n’yo BEEK-seeo

Bizet C Georges Bizet C zhawrzh bee-zay
Bjelinski C Bruno Bjelinski C BROO-naw bee-LEEN-skee

Bjerre C Jens Bjerre C YENNSS b’YEHR-ruh

Bjoerling C Jussi Bjoerling C YÜSS-see b'YÖR-lihng

Bjoner C Ingrid Bjoner C IHNG-ree b’YOO-nur

Bjorkander C Nils Björkander C NEELSS b’yör-KANN-dur C (known also as Nils Frank
Frederik Björkander [NEELSS FRANGK FRAYUH-drick b’yör-KANN-dur])

Bjorlin C Ulf Björlin C ÜLF b’YÖRUH-leen C (known also as Mats Ulf Stefan Björlin
[MAHTSS ÜLF STAYUH-fahn b’YÖRUH-leen])

Bjorling C Jussi Björling C YÜSS-see b’YÖR-lihng

Bjorling C Sigurd Björling C SEE-gürd b’YÖR-lihng

Bjornson C Björnstjerne Björnson [b’YÖN-hah-nuh b’YÖN-sunn

Bjornsson C Árni Bjórnsson C AR-nee b’YAWN-sunn

Blacher C Boris Blacher C BO-riss BLAH-kur

Blachly C Alexander Blachly C a-ligg-ZANN-dur BLAHK-lee

Blachut C Beno Blachut C BEH-no BLAH-kôôt

Black key etude C Black Key Étude C (Black Key) ay-tüd C (composition by Frédéric
Chopin [fray-day-reek shaw-peh6])

Blackley C John Blackley C JAHN BLAYK-lih

Blades C Rubén Blades C roo-BAYN BLAH-thayss

Blaes C Arnold Joseph Blaes C AR-nawlt YOHOH-zeff BLAYSS

Blaes C Elisa Blaes C ay-LEE-sah BLAYSS

Blagodetelnitsa nasha C blah-gah-DAY-tell-nyitt-suh NAH-shuh C (excerpt from the opera
Pique dame [peek dahm] — The Queen of Spades; music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky [p’YAW-
t’r ill-YEECH {chahih-KAWF-skee} chay-KAWF-skee]; libretto by Modest Tchaikovsky
[mah-DYESST {chahih-KAWF-skee} chay-KAWF-skee] after Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
[uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r sehr-GAY-yeh-vihch POOSH-kinn])
Blagrove C Henry Gamble Blagrove C HENN-ree GAMM-b’l BLAY-grohv

Blaha C Ivo Bláha C IH-vo BLAHAH-hah

Blaha mikes C Záboj Bláha-Mikeš C ZAHAH-boee BLAHAH-hah-MIH-kehsh

Blahetka C Marie Léopoldine Blahetka C mah-REE-uh LAY-o-pawl-tee-nuh blah-HETT-
kah

Blainville C Charles-Henri de Blainville C sharl-ah6-ree duh bleh6-veel

Blaja C Jaufre Rudel de Blaja C zho-fr’ rü-dell duh blah-yah C (the first name is represented
also as Jofre [zhaw-fr’], the second as Rudelh [rü-dell], and the last as Blaye [blahy’])

Blake C Eubie Blake C YOO-bee BLAYK

Blakeney C Victoria Blakeney C vick-TOH-ree-uh BLAYK-nih

Blamont C François Collin de Blamont C frah6-swah kawl-leh6 duh blah-maw6 C (known
also as François Colin [kaw-leh6] de Blamont)

Blanc C Adolphe Blanc C ah-dawlf blah6

Blanc C Giuseppe Blanc C joo-ZAYP-pay BLAHNK

Blancafort C Manuel Blancafort C mah-nooELL blahn-kah-FAWRT C (known also as
Manuel Blancafort de Rosselló [day rawss-say-l’YO])

Blancas C Ángeles Blancas C AHN-hay-layss BLAHN-kahss

Blanchard C Esprit Joseph Antoine Blanchard C ess-pree zho-zeff ah6-twahn blah6-shar

Blanchard C Henri-Louis Blanchard C ah6-ree-lôô-ee blah6-shar

Blanche de la force C Blanche de la Force C blah6sh duh lah fawrss C (Sister Blanche of the
Agony of Christ) C (character in the opera Dialogues des Carmélites [deeah-lawg day kar-may-
leet] — Dialogues of the Carmelites [KAR-muh-l§tss]; music by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess
pôô-lah6k] and libretto by Poulenc after Georges Bernanos [zhawrzh behr-nah-nawss])

Blanchemains C blah6sh-meh6

Blanchet C Émile-Robert Blanchet C ay-meel-raw-behr blah6-sheh

Blanck C Hubert de Blanck C HÜ-behrt deh BLAHNGK
Blanco C Daniel Garcia Blanco C dah-neeELL gar-SEE-ah BLAHN-ko

Blanco C Juan Blanco C hooAHN BLAHN-ko

Blanco C Maria Esther Guzman Blanco C mah-REE-ah ayss-TEHR GOOTH-mahn
BLAHN-ko

Blangini C Felice Blangini C fay-LEE-chay blahn-JEE-nee C (known also as Giuseppe Marco
Maria Felice Blangini [joo-ZAYP-pay MAR-ko mah-REE-ah fay-LEE-chay blahn-JEE-nee])

Blankenburg C Elke Mascha Blankenburg C ELL-kuh MAH-shah BLAHNG-kunn-pôôrk

Blankenburg C Quirin van Blankenburg C KOOIH-rinn funn BLANG-kenn-bürk C (known
also as Quirinus Gerbrandszoon [kooih-REE-nôôss ghehr-BRAHNT-sohohn] van Blankenburg)

Blanter C Matvei Blanter C maht-VAYEE BLAHN-tur C (known also as Matvei Isaakovich
[ee-SAH-kuh-vihch] Blanter)

Blanziflor et helena C Blanziflor et Helena C blah6-zee-flawr ay ay-leh-nah C (Blanchefleur
and Helen [blahnsh-flör (and) ay-lenn] — Blanchefleur is the hero of a popular medieval saga)
C (a series of poems from the 13th-century manuscript Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-
RAH-nah] set to music by Carl Orff [KARL AWRF])

Blaramberg C Pavel Blaramberg C PAH-vell BLAH-rumm-behrk C (known also as Pavel
Ivanovich [ee-VAH-nuh-vihch] Blaramberg)

Blaserna C Pietro Blaserna C peeAY-tro blah-SAYR-nah

Blasi C Angela Maria Blasi C AHN-jay-lah mah-REE-ah BLAH-zee

Blasippan C Blåsippan C BLAWUH-seep-pahn C (The Blue Anemone) C (poem by F. M.
Franzén [(F. M.) FRAHN-seeuhn] set to music by Jean Sibelius [zhah6 sih-BAY-lihôôss])

Blasius C Mathieu-Frédéric Blasius C mah-teeö-fray-day-rick blah-zeeüss

Blatny C Josef Blatný C YO-seff BLAHT-neeee

Blatny C Pavel Blatný C PAH-vell BLAHT-neeee

Blatt C František Tadeáš Blatt C FRAHN-tyih-sheck TAH-deh-ahahsh BLAHT

Blattau C Joseph Müller-Blattau C YOHOH-zeff MÜL-lur-BLAHT-tahoo C (known also as
Joseph Maria [mah-REE-ah] Müller-Blattau)

Blau C Édouard Blau C ay-dôôar blo
Blaukopf C Kurt Blaukopf C KÔÔRT BLAHÔÔ-kawpf

Blauvelt C Lillian Evans Blauvelt C LILL-lihunn EH-vunnz BLAHÔÔ-vellt

Blavet C Michel Blavet C mee-shell blah-veh

Blaweary C BLAH-weer-ee C (poem by Wilfrid Gibson [WILL-frudd GIBB-sunn] set to
music by Ivor Gurney [¦-vur GUR-nee])

Blaye C Jaufre Rudel de Blaye C zho-fr’ rü-dell duh blahy’ C (known also as Jaufre Rudel) C
(the first name is represented also as Jofre [zhaw-fr’], the second as Rudelh [rü-dell], and the last
as Blaja [blah-yah])

Blaze C François-Henri-Joseph Blaze C frah6-swah-ah6-ree-zho-zeff blahz C (known also as
François-Henri-Joseph Castil-Blaze [kahss-teel-blahz])

Blaze C Henri Blaze C ah6-ree blahz

Blazek C Zdenk Blažek C ZDEH-nyeck BLAH-zheck

Blazhkov C Igor Blazhkov C EE-gur blahzh-KAWF

Blazso C Sándor Blazsó C SHAHAHN-dawr BLAH-zhohoh

Blech C Harry Blech C HAR-ree BLECK

Blech C Leo Blech C LAY-o BLEHH

Bledsoe C Jules Bledsoe C JOOLZ BLEDD-zo

Blegen C Judith Blegen C JOO-duth BLEE-gunn

Blei C Franz Blei C FRAHNTSS BL¦

Bleichmann C Yuli Bleichmann C YOO-lyee BL¦H-mahn

Bles C Numa Blès C nü-mah bleh

Blessinger C Karl Blessinger C KARL BLESS-sihng-ur

Blewitt C Jonathan Blewitt C JAH-nuh-thunn BLOO-witt

Bleyer C Georg Bleyer C GAY-awrk BL¦-ur

Bleyer C Nicolaus Bleyer C NEE-ko-lahooss BL¦-ur
Bleyle C Karl Bleyle C KARL BL¦-luh

Blick ich umher in diesem edlen kreiseC Blick ich umher in diesem edlen Kreise C BLICK ihh
ÔÔM-hehr inn DEE-zumm EDD-lunn KR¦-zuh C (Wolfram's Speech) C (excerpt from the
opera Tannhäuser [TAHN-hoy-zur]; music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-
nur])

Blicke mich an und erbarme dich meiner herr C Blicke mich an und erbarme Dich, meiner Herr
C BLIH-kuh mihh ahn ôônt ehr-BAR-muh dihh, M¦-nur HEHR C (Turn Thee Unto Me)
C (song from Biblische Lieder [BIPP-lih-shuh LEE-dur] — Biblical Songs — by Antonín
DvoÍák [AHN-taw-nyeeeen d’VAW-rshahahk])

Blicke mir nicht in die lieder C Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder! C BLIH-kuh meer NIHHT inn
dee LEE-dur! C (Do Not Spy on My Songs!) C (song by Gustav Mahler [GÔÔ-stahf
MAHAH-lur])

Blier C Steven Blier C STEE-vunn BL¦-ur

Blitheman C John Blitheman C JAHN BL¦TH-munn

Blitzstein C Marc Blitzstein C MARK BLITT-st§n

Bloch C André Bloch C ah6-dray blawk

Bloch C Augustyn Bloch C ahôô-GÔÔ-stinn BLAWH C (known also as Augustyn Hippolit
[heep-PAW-leet] Bloch)

Bloch C Ernest Bloch C {UR-nusst BLAHK} EHR-nesst BLAWH

Bloch C Suzanne Bloch C {soo-ZANN BLAHK} zoo-ZAHN-nuh BLAWH

Blochwitz C Hans-Peter Blochwitz C HAHNSS-PAY-tur BLAWK-vittss

Block C Michel Block C mee-shell blahk

Blockflote C Blockflöte C BLAWK-flö-tuh C (recorder)

Blockfloten C Blockflöten C BLAWK-flö-tunn C (recorders)

Blockx C Jan Blockx C YAHN BLAHKSS

Blodek C Wilhelm Blodek C VILL-hellm BLO-deck C (also known as Vilém Blodek [vih-
LEHEHM BLAW-deck])

Blok C Alexander Blok C uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r BLAWK
Blom C Eric Blom C {EH-rick BLAHM} AY-rick BLOHM C (known also as Eric Walter
Blom [AY-rick VAHL-tur BLOHM])

Blomberg C Erik Blomberg C AYUH-rick BLOOM-bary’

Blomdahl C Karl-Birger Blomdahl C KARL-BEER-ghehr BLOOM-dahl

Blommans ode C Blommans öde C BLOOM-mahnss Ö-duh C (The Flower’s Destiny) C
(poem by Johan Ludvig Runeberg [YOO-hahn LÜD-vigg RÜ-neh-bary’] set to music by Jean
Sibelius [zhah6 sih-BAY-lihôôss])

Blomstedt C Herbert Blomstedt C HARUH-bert BLOOM-stett C (known also as Herbert
Thorson [TÔÔ-sawn] Blomstedt)

Blon C Franz von Blon C FRAHNTSS fawn BLOHN

Blonde C BLAWN-duh C (character in the opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail [dee ennt-
FÜ-rôông ahooss daym zay-RAHIHL] — The Abduction From the Harem; music by Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]; libretto by Johann Gottlieb
Stephanie [YO-hahn GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee) after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner [KRIH-
stawf FREET-rihh BRETTSS-nur])

Blondeau C Pierre-Auguste-Louis Blondeau C peeehr-o-güst-lôô-ee blaw6-doh

Blondel C Jorge Urrutia-Blondel C HAWR-hay oor-ROO-teeah blawn-DELL

Blow C John Blow C JAHN BLO

Blum C Robert Blum C ROHOH-behrt BLOOM C (known also as Robert Karl Moritz Blum
[ROHOH-behrt KARL MO-rittss BLOOM])

Blume C Clemens Blume C KLAY-mennss BLOO-muh C (known also as Ferdinand Anton
Clemens Blume [FEHR-tee-nahnt AHN-tohohn KLAY-mennss BLOO-muh])

Blume C Friedrich Blume C FREET-rihh BLOO-muh

Blume C Norbert Blume C NAWR-burt BLOOM

Blumenfeld C Felix Blumenfeld C FAY-lickss BLOO-munn-fellt C (known also as Felix
Mikhailovich [mee-KAHIH-luh-vihch]) Blumenfeld

Blumenfeld C Harold Blumenfeld C HA-rulld BLOO-m’n-felld

Blumengruss C BLOO-munn-grôôss C (Flower Greeting) C (poem by Johann Wolfgang von
Goethe [YO-hahn VAWLF-gahng fawn GÖ-tuh] set to music by Hugo Wolf [HOO-go
VAWLF])

Blumenschein C William Leonard Blumenschein C WILL-lihumm LEH-nurd BLOO-munn-
sh§n

Blumental C Felicja Blumental C feh-LEETSS-yah BLOO-menn-tahl

Blumenthal C Daniel Blumenthal C DA-nihull BLOO-munn-thahl

Blumenthal C Jacob Blumenthal C YAHAH-kawp BLOO-munn-tahl

Blumer C Theodor Blumer C TAY-o-dohohr BLOO-mur

Blumner C Martin Blumner C MAR-teen BLÔÔM-nur

Blustine C Allen Blustine C AL-lunn BLOO-st§n

Bluthner C Julius Blüthner C YOO-lihôôss BLÜT-nur C (known also as Julius Ferdinand
Blüthner [YOO-lihôôss FEHR-tee-nahnt BLÜT-nur])

Boccanegra C Simon Boccanegra C SEE-mohn bohk-kah-NAY-grah C (an opera, with
music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave
[frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] and G. Montanelli [(G.) mohn-tah-NAYL-lee]
after Antonio García Gutiérrez [ahn-TOH-neeo gar-THEE-ah goo-teeAYR-rehth]; also a
character in the opera)

Boccherini C Luigi Boccherini C looEE-jee bohk-kay-REE-nee C (known also as Ridolfo
[ree-DOHL-fo] Luigi Boccherini])

Bochsa C Nicolas-Charles Bochsa C nee-kaw-lah-sharl bawsh-sah C (known also as Robert-
Nicolas-Charles Bochsa [raw-behr-nee-kaw-lah-sharl bawsh-sah])

Bock C Josef Böck C YOHOH-zeff BÖK

Bockelmann C Rudolf Bockelmann C ROO-dawlf BAW-kull-mahn C (known also as Rudolf
August Louis Wilhelm Bockelmann [ROO-dawlf AHÔÔ-gôôst LOO-ee VILL-hellm BAW-kull-
mahn])

Bockh C August Böckh C AHÔÔ-gôôst BÖK

Bocz C Ágnes Bócz C AHAHG-nehsh BAWAWTSS

Boda C John Boda C JAHN BO-duh

Bodanzky C Artur Bodanzky C {AR-tur bo-DANN-skee} AR-tôôr bo-DAHNTSS-kü
Boddecker C Philipp Friedrich Böddecker C FEE-lipp FREET-rihh BÖT-tuh-kur

Bode C Johann Joachim Christoph Bode C YO-hahn YOHOH-ah-kimm KRIH-stawf BO-duh

Bode C Rudolf Bode C ROO-dawlf BO-duh

Bodel C Jean Bodel C zhah6 baw-dell

Bodenschatz C Erhard Bodenschatz C EHR-hart BO-dunn-shahtss

Bodin C Lars-Gunnar Bodin C LARSS-GÜN-nar bôô-DEEN

Bodky C Erwin Bodky C {UR-wunn BAHD-kee} EHR-vinn BAWT-kü

Bodley C Nicholas Bessaraboff Bodley C NIH-kuh-luss bess-suh-RAH-bawf BAWD-lee C
(known also as Nicholas Bessaraboff) C (Nicholas is probably an Americanized version of the
original Russian Nikolai [nyee-kah-LAHIH])

Bodley C Seóirse Bodley C SHAWR-shuh BAHD-lee

Bodman C Emanuel von Bodman C ay-MAHAH-nooayl fawn BAWT-mahn

Body C Jack Body C JACK BO-dee

Boeck C August de Boeck C aw-zhüst deh bôôk

Boeck C Auguste de Boeck C o-zhüsst deh book

Boehe C Ernst Boehe C EHRNST BÖ-uh

Boehmer C Konrad Boehmer C KAWN-raht BÖ-mur

Boeke C Anneke Boeke C AHN-neh-keh BOO-keh

Boeke C Jan Boeke C YAHN BOO-keh

Boeke C Kees Boeke C KAYAYSS BOO-keh

Boekelman C Bernardus Boekelman C behr-NAR-düss BÔÔ-kull-mahn

Boellmann C Léon Boëllmann C lay-aw6 baw-ell-mahn

Boely C Alexandre Pierre François Boëly C ah-leck-sah6-dr’ peeehr frah6-swah baw-eh-lee

Boelza C Igor Boelza C EE-gur bah-ELL-zuh C (known also as Igor Belza [BELL-zuh])
Boepple C Paul Boepple C {PAWL BEPP’l} PAHÔÔL BÖP-pluh

Boero C Felipe Boero C fay-LEE-pay bo-AY-ro

Boers C Joseph Karel Boers C YOHOH-zeff KAH-rell BÖRSS

Boesch C Christian Boesch C KRIH-stihahn BÖSH

Boesch C Rainer Boesch C RAHIH-nur BÖSH

Boese Ursula Boese C ÜR-sü-lah BOO-suh

Boesmans C Philippe Boesmans C fee-LEEP BOOSS-mahnss

Boesset C Antoine Boësset C ah6-twahn baw-ess-seh C (known also as Antoine Sieur de
Villedieu Boësset [ah6-twahn seeör duh veel-deeö baw-ess-seh])

Boethius C (see Boetius)

Boetius C Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus Boetius C uh-NIH-kihôôss MAHN-lihôôss
tohr-kooAH-tôôss seh-VAY-rih-nôôss BOY-tihôôss

Boettcher C Wilfried Boettcher C VILL-freet BÖT-hur

Boetticher C Wolfgang Boetticher C VAWLF-gahng BÖT-tih-hur

Bogacka C Nelly Bogacka C NELL-lee bo-GAHTSS-kah

Bogatyrev C Anatoly Bogatyrev C ah-nah-TAW-lee bah-guh-t’yee-RAWF C (known also
as Anatoly Vasilievich [vah-SEE-liheh-vihch] Bogatyrev)

Bogatyrev C Semyon Bogatyrev C seem-YAWN bah-guh-t’yee-RAWF C (known also as
Semyon Semyonovich [seem-YAW-nuh-vihch ] Bogatyrev)

Bogdan C Thomas Bogdan C TAH-muss BAHG-dunn

Bogdanov berezovsky C Valerian Bogdanov-Berezovsky C vah-LAY-rihunn bahg-DAH-
nuff-beh-reh-ZAWF-skee C (known also as Valerian Mikhailovich [mee-KAHEE-luh-vihch]
Bogdanov-Berezovsky])

Bogdany C Anna Bogdány C AHN-nah bohg-DAHAH-nyee

Boghen C Felice Boghen C fay-LEE-chay BO-gayn

Bogianckino C Massimo Bogianckino C mahss-SEE-mo bo-JAHN-kee-no
Bognar C György Bognár C JÖRJ bawg-NAHAHR

Boguslawski C Edward Bogus»awski C EDD-vart bo-gôôss-WAHF-skee

Bogusz C Edward Bogusz C EDD-wurd BO-guss C (character in the opera Mary, Queen of
Scots; music by Thea Musgrave [THEE-uh MUSS-grayv] and libretto by Musgrave after
Elguera [ell-GAY-rah])

Bohac C Josef Bohá… C YO-seff BO-hahahsh

Bohe C Philippe Bohe C fee-leep baw

Boheim C Franz Böheim C FRAHNTSS BÖ-h§m

Boheme C La bohème C lah baw-emm C (Bohemian Life — an opera, with music by Giacomo
Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and
Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after Henri Murger [ah6-ree mür-zhay])

Bohlin C Folke Bohlin C FAWL-keh bôô-LEEN

Bohlmann C Theodor Heinrich Friedrich Bohlmann C TAY-o-dohohr H¦N-rihh FREET-rihh
BOHL-mahn

Bohm C Georg Böhm C GAY-awrk BÖM

Bohm C Joseph Böhm C YOHOH-zeff BÖM

Bohm C Karl Böhm C KARL BÖM

Bohm C Theobald Böhm C TAY-o-bahlt BÖM

Bohme C Franz Magnus Böhme C FRAHNTSS MAHG-nôôss BÖ-muh

Bohme C Kurt Böhme C KÔÔRT BÖ-muh C (known also as Kurt Gerhard Böhme
[KÔÔRT GAYR-hart BÖ-muh])

Bohmischer krystall C Böhmischer Krystall C BÖ-mih-shur KRÜ-stahl C (composition by
Miriam Gideon [MIH-rihahm GHEE-dawn])

Bohnen C Michael Bohnen C MIH-hah-ell BO-nunn C (known also as Franz Michael Bohnen
[FRAHNTSS MIH-hah-ell BO-nunn])

Bohner C Ludwig Böhner C LOOT-vihh BÖ-nur C (known also as Johann Ludwig Böhner
[YO-hahn LOOT-vihh BÖ-nur])
Bohnke C Emil Bohnke C EH-meel BOHN-keh

Bohnstedt C Helga Bohnstedt C HELL-gah BOHN-shtett

Bohusius C Jacobus Bohusius C yah-KO-büss bo-HÜ-sihüss C (known also as Jacques Buus
[zhack BÜÜSS], Jachet de Buus [zhah-keh deh BÜÜSS], Jachet de Paus [zhah-keh deh pohss],
and Jachet van Paus [zhah-keh vunn pohss])

Boi bumba C Boi Bumbá C BOee bôô6-BAH C (song by Valdemar Henrique [vahl-duh-MAR
eh6-REEK])

Boie C H. Chr. Boie C (H. C.) BOEE

Boieldieu C François Boieldieu C frah6-swah bwell-deeö C (known also as François-Adrien
Boieldieu [frah6-swah ah-dree-ah6 bwell-deeö])

Boileau C Marie Boileau C mah-ree bwah-lo

Boire a lombre C Boire à l’ombre C bwah-rah law6-br’ C (Drinking in the Shade) C (song by
Charles Gounod [sharl gôô-no])

Bois C Rob du Bois C rawb dü bwah

Boise C Otis Bardwell Boise C O-tuss BARD-well BOY-zee

Boismortier C Joseph Bodin de Boismortier C zho-zeff baw-deh6 duh bwah-mawr-teeay

Boisselot C Xavier Boisselot C gsah-veeay bwahss-s’lo

Boiteuse C La boiteuse C la bwah-töz C (The Lame Woman) C (number from the Suite en ré
majeur [süeet ah6 ray mah-zhör] — Suite in D Major — by Jean-Philippe Rameau [zhah6-fee-
leep rah-mo])

Boito C Arrigo Boito C ar-REE-go bo-EE-toh

Boix C Manuel Palau Boix C mah-nooELL pah-lo bwah

Bok C Józef Bok C YÔÔ-zeff BAWK

Bok C Mary Louise Curtis Bok C MEHUH-ree lôô-EEZ KUR-tuss BAHK

Bokemeyer C Heinrich Bokemeyer C H¦N-rihh BO-kuh-m§-ur

Boland C Jan Boland C JANN BO-lunnd
Bolck C Oskar Bolck C AWSS-kar BAWLK

Bolcom C William Bolcom C WILL-lihumm BAWL-kumm C (known also as William Elden
[ELL-dunn] Bolcom)

Bold grenadier C The Bold Grenadier C (The Bold) greh-nuh-DIHUHR C (traditional English
song)

Boldemann C Laci Boldemann C LAH-sih BAWL-day-mahn

Bolden C Buddy Bolden C BUDD-dee BOHL-dunn C (known also as Charles Joseph Bolden
[CHAH-rullz JO-zuff BOHL-dunn])

Bolena C Anna Bolena C AHN-nah bo-LAY-nah C (character in Anna Bolena — Anne
Bolyn [ANN bo-LINN] — an opera, with music by Gaetano Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no doh-nee-
TSAYT-tee] and libretto by Felice Romani [fay-LEE-chay ro-MAH-nee])

Bolero C Boléro C bo-lay-ro C (number from the opera Les vêpres siciliennes [leh veh-pr’
see-see-leeenn] — The Sicilian Vespers; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee];
libretto by Eugène Scribe [ö-zhenn skreeb] and Charles Duveyrier [sharl dü-vay-reeay]) C
(composition by Maurice Ravel [mo-reess rah-vell]) C (composition by Frédéric Chopin [fray-
day-reek shaw-peh6])

Bolero mi lagnero tacendo one C Bolero (Mi lagnerò tacendo, 1) C bo-LAY-ro (mee lah-
n’yay-RO tah-CHAYN-doh, 1) C (song by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-
nee])

Bolet C Jorge Bolet C JOHRJ bo-LETT

Bolivar C Simón Bolívar C see-MAWN bo-LEE-var

Bollaert C A. Bollaert C A. bahl-LART

Bolling C Claude Bolling C klohd bawl-lihng

Bollius C Daniel Bollius C DAH-nihayl BAWL-lihôôss

Bollspelet vid trianon C Bollspelet vid Trianon C BAHL-spay-lutt veed TREE-ah-nahn C
(Tennis at Trianon) C (poem by Gustaf Fröding [GÜSS-tahf FRÖ-dihng] set to music by Jean
Sibelius [zhah6 sih-BAY-lihôôss])

Bologna C Jacopo da Bologna C yah-KO-po dah bo-LO-n’yah C (known also as Jacobus
de Bononia [yah-KO-bôôss day bo-NAW-neeah])

Bologna C Marco Antonio da Bologna C MAR-ko ahn-TAW-neeo dah bo-LO-n’yah C
(known also as Marco Antonio Cavazzoni [MAR-ko ahn-TAW-neeo kah-vaht-TSO-nee] and
Marco Antonio d’Urbino [door-BEE-no])

Bolognesi C Mario Bolognesi C MAH-reeo bo-lo-n’YAY-zee

Bolsche C Franz Bölsche C FRAHNTSS BÖL-shuh

Bolshakov C Nikolai Bolshakov C nyee-kah-LAHIH bahl-shah-KAWF

Bolton C Ivor Bolton C ¦-vur BOHL-tunn

Bolzano C bohl-TSAH-no

Bolzoni C Giovanni Bolzoni C jo-VAHN-nee bohl-TSO-nee

Bombard C baw6-bar C (primitive oboe)

Bombarde C baw6-bard C (a 13th- to 17th-century forerunner of the oboe)

Bombardelli C Silvije Bombardelli C SILL-vee-yuh bawm-bar-DELL-lee

Bomben auf monte carlo C Bomben auf Monte Carlo C BAWM-bunn owff MOHN-tay
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KAR-lo C (German film)

Bomtempo C João Domingos Bomtempo C zhôôAH6ôô dôô-MIH6GSS boh6-TEH6-pôô

Bon C Maarten Bon C MAHAHR-tenn BAWN

Bon C Willem Frederik Bon C WILL-lumm FREH-deh-rick BAWN

Bon accord C baw6-nahk-kawr

Bon jour et puis quelles nouvelles C Bon jour et puis quelles nouvelles? C baw6 zhôôr ay püee
kell nôô-vell? C (Good day: and then, what news?) C (composition by Orlando de Lassus [awr-
lah6-doh duh lahss-sü])

Bon jour mon coeur C Bon jour mon cœur C baw6 zhôôr maw6 kör C (Good Day My Heart)
C (composition by Orlando de Lassus [awr-lah6-doh duh lahss-sü])

Bon soir paris C Bon soir, Paris C baw6 swar, pah-ree C (song from the musical production
Magdalena [mahg-dah-LAY-nah]; music by Heitor Villa-Lobos [ay-TAWR VEEL-luh-LO-
bôôsh]; lyric by Robert Wright [RAH-burt R¦T] and George Forrest [JAW-urj FAWR-russt])

Bona C Giovanni Bona C jo-VAHN-nee BO-nah
Bona C Jacques Bona C zhack baw-nah

Bona C Valerio Bona C vah-LAY-reeo BO-nah C (known also as Valerio Buona [booO-nah])

Bonagura C bo-nah-GOO-rah

Bonanni C Filippo Bonanni C fee-LEEP-po bo-NAHN-nee

Bonaventura C Anthony di Bonaventura C ANN-thuh-nee dee baw-nuh-venn-t’YÔÔ-ruh

Bonaventura C Arnaldo Bonaventura C ar-NAHL-doh bo-nah-vayn-TOO-rah

Bonaventura C Mario di Bonaventura C MAH-reeo dee baw-nuh-venn-t’YÔÔ-ruh

Bonavia C Ferruccio Bonavia C {fehr-ROO-cho baw-NAW-veeuh} fayr-ROO-cho bo-NAH-
veeah

Bonawitz C Johann Heinrich Bonawitz C YO-hahn H¦N-rihh BO-nah-vittss

Bonci C Alessandro Bonci C ah-layss-SAHN-dro BOHN-chee

Bondeville C Emmanuel de Bondeville C emm-mah-nüell duh baw6-d’veel C (known also as
Emmanuel Pièrre Georges [peeehr zhawrzh] de Bondeville)

Bondon C Jacques Bondon C zhack baw6-daw6 C (known also as Jacques Lauret Jules Désiré
Bondon [zhack lo-reh zhül day-zee-ray baw6-daw6])

Bone jesu fili mariae C O bone Jesu, fili Mariae C O BAW-neh YAY-zoo, FEE-lih MUH-rihay
C (sacred concerto by Heinrich Schütz [H¦N-rihh SHÜTSS])

Bonelli C Richard Bonelli C RIH-churd baw-NELL-lee

Bonfichi C Paolo Bonfichi C PAHO-lo bohn-FEE-kee

Bonheur est dans le pré C Le bonheur est dans le pré C luh baw6-nör esst dah6 luh pray C
(poem by Paul Fort [pohl fawr] set to music by Jacques Chailley [zhack shahee-yee])

Bonhomme C Pierre Bonhomme C peeehr baw6-nawm

Boni C Guillaume Boni C ghee-yohm baw-nee

Bonilla C Alfonso de Bonilla C ahl-FAWN-so day bo-NEE-l’yah

Bonini C Severo Bonini C say-VAY-ro bo-NEE-nee
Boninsegna C Celestina Boninsegna C chay-lay-STEE-nah bo-neen-SAY-n’yah

Bonis C Ferenc Bónis C FEH-renntss BOHOH-nihsh

Bonis C Mélanie Bonis C may-lah-nee baw-nee C (known also as Mme. Albert Domange
[mah-dahm ahl-behr daw-mah6zh])

Bonisolli C Franco Bonisolli C FRAHN-ko bo-nee-ZOHL-lee

Bonita rama de sauce C bo-NEE-tah RAH-mah day SAHOO-say C (song by Carlos
Guastavino [KAR-lawss gooahss-tah-VEE-no])

Bonitz C Laurentius Bonitz C lahoo-RENN-tsihôôss BO-nittss

Bonnaud C Dominique Bonnaud C daw-mee-neek bawn-no

Bonne chanson C La bonne chanson C lah bawn shah6-saw6 C (The Good Song) C (poem by
Paul Verlaine [pohl vehr-lenn] set to music by Reynaldo Hahn [ray-NAHL-doh HAHN]; poem
by Paul Verlaine [pohl vehr-lenn] set to music by Gabriel Fauré [gah-breeell fo-ray])

Bonne e belle C Bonne è belle C bawn eh bell) C (anonymous composition from medieval
Cyprus)

Bonnet C Joseph Bonnet C zho-zeff bawn-neh C (known also as Joseph Élie Georges Marie
Bonnet [zho-zeff ay-lee zhawrzh mah-ree bawn-neh])

Bonnieres C Robert de Bonnières C ro-behr duh bawn-neeehr

Bonno C Giuseppe Bonno C joo-ZAYP-pay BOHN-no

Bononcini C Antonio Maria Bononcini C ahn-TAW-neeo mah-REE-ah bo-nohn-CHEE-nee

Bononcini C Giovanni Bononcini C jo-VAHN-nee bo-nohn-CHEE-nee C (known also as
Giovanni Maria [mah-REE-ah] Bononcini) C (the last name is also spelled Buononcini [booO-
nohn-CHEE-nee])

Bononcini C Marco Antonio Bononcini C MAR-ko ahn-TAW-neeo bo-nohn-CHEE-nee C
(the last name is also spelled Buononcini [booO-nohn-CHEE-nee])

Bononia C Jacobus de Bononia C yah-KO-bôôss day bo-NAW-nihah C (known also as
Jacopo da Bologna [yah-KO-po dah bo-LO-n’yah])

Bonporti C Francesco Antonio Bonporti C frahn-CHAY-sko ahn-TAW-neeo bohn-POHR-
tee
Bonsel C Adriaan Bonsel C ah-dree-AHAHN BAWN-sell

Bontempi C Giovanni Andrea Bontempi C jo-VAHN-nee ahn-DRAY-ah bohn-TAYM-pee

Bonum est confidere C BAH-nôôm esst kohn-fee-DAY-reh C (It is good to trust) C (excerpt
from the 13th-century manuscript Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-RAH-nah])

Bonvin C Ludwig Bonvin C {LUDD-wigg BAWN-vinn} LOOT-vihh BAWN-finn

Bonynge C Richard Bonynge C RIH-churd BAH-nihng C (known also as Richard Alan [A-
lunn] Bonynge)

Bonze C The Bonze C (The) BOHN-tsay C (character in the opera Madama Butterfly [mah-
DAH-mah (Butterfly)] — Madam [MA-dumm] Butterfly; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-
ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa
[joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-zah] after David Belasco [DAY-vudd buh-LASS-ko] and John Luther
Long [JAHN LOO-thur LAWNG])

Bonzo C BOHN-tso C (character in the opera Madama Butterfly [mah-DAH-mah
(Butterfly)] — Madam [MA-dumm] Butterfly; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-
CHEE-nee]; libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-
pay jah-KO-zah] after David Belasco [DAY-vudd buh-LASS-ko] and John Luther Long
[JAHN LOO-thur LAWNG])

Boom C Jan van Boom C YAHN funn BOHOHM C (known also as Johannes [yo-HAHN-
nuss] van Boom)

Booren C Jo van den Booren C YO funn denn BOHOH-renn

Boorn coclet C Henriette van den Boorn-Coclet C ah6-reeett vunn denn BOHOHRN-kaw-
kleh

Bopp C Kathrin Bopp C KAH-trinn BAWP

Bopp C Wilhelm Bopp C VILL-hellm BAWP

Borch C Gaston Louis Christopher Borch C gahss-taw6 lôô-ee kreess-taw-fehr bawrsh

Borchard C Adolphe Borchard C ah-dawlf bawr-shar

Borchers C Gustav Borchers C GÔÔ-stahf BAWR-herss

Borck C Edmund von Borck C EDD-môônt fawn BAWRK

Bord dune source C Au bord d’une source C o bawr dün sôôrss C (Beside a Spring) C
(number from Années de pèlerinage (première année — Suisse) [ahn-nay duh peh-l’ree-nahzh
(pruh-meeehr ahn-nay — süeess)] — Years of Pilgrimage (First Year — Switzerland) — by
Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST])

Bordas C Antonio Fernández Bordas C ahn-TOH-neeo fehr-NAHN-dehth BAWR-dahss

Borde C Jean Benjamin de la Borde C zhah6 bah6-zhah-meh6 duh lah bawrd

Borde C Jean-Benjamin de la Borde C zhah6-bah6-zhah-meh6 duh lah bawrd C (known also
as Jean-Benjamin-François de la Borde [zhah6-bah6-zhah-meh6-frah6-swah duh lah bawrd])
C (the last name is also spelled Laborde)

Bordes C Charles Bordes C sharl bawrd C (known also as Charles Marie Anne Bordes [sharl
mah-ree ahn bawrd])

Bordes-pene C Léontine Marie Bordes-Pène C lay-aw6-teen mah-ree bawrd-penn

Bordier C Jules Bordier C zhül bawr-deeay

Bordogni C Giulio Marco Bordogni C JOO-leeo MAR-ko bohr-DOH-n’yee

Bordogni C Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Willent-Bordogni C zhah6-bah-teest-zho-zeff vee-yah6-
bawr-daw-n’yee

Bordoni C Faustina Bordoni C fahoo-STEE-nah bohr-DOH-nee

Bords de lilissus phedre C Bords de l'ilissus [Phèdre] C bawr duh lee-leess-sü [feh-dr'] C
(number from Socrate [saw-kraht] — Socrates [SAH-kruh-teez]— a symphonic drama with
voices, by Erik Satie [ay-reek sah-tee]) C (the name of the Greek philosopher Socrates is
pronounced in Greece as so-KRAH-tiss)

Borel clerc C Charles Borel-Clerc C sharl baw-rell-klehr

Boretz C Benjamin Boretz C BENN-juh-munn BAW-rettz C (known also as Benjamin Aaron
[A-runn] Boretz)

Boretzky C Mikhail Vladimirovich Ivanov-Boretzky C mee-kahEEL vlah-DYEE-mih-ruh-
vihch ee-vah-NAWF-bah-RETTZ-kee

Borg C Kim Borg C KIMM BAWRG

Borgatti C Giuseppe Borgatti C joo-ZAYP-pay bohr-GAHT-tee

Borgatti C Renata Borgatti C ray-NAH-tah bohr-GAHT-tee
Borge C Victor Borge C {VICK-tur BOHRJ} VICK-taw BAWR-guh

Borgers C Edward Borgers C EDD-wurd BOHR-jurz

Borghese C Domenico Viglione-Borghese C doh-MAY-nee-ko vee-leeO-nay-bohr-GAY-zay

Borghesi C bohr-GAY-zee C (middle-class citizens) C (characters in the opera La bohème
[lah baw-emm] — Bohemian Life; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee];
libretto by Luigi Illica [looEE-jee eel-LEE-kah] and Giuseppe Giacosa [joo-ZAYP-pay jah-KO-
zah] after Henri Murger [ah6-ree mür-zhay])

Borghi C Adelaide Borghi C ah-day-LAHEE-day BOHR-ghee

Borghi C Giovanni Battista Borghi C jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah BOHR-ghee

Borgia C Lucrezia Borgia C loo-KRAY-tseeah BOHR-jah C (an opera, with music by Gaetano
Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no doh-nee-TSAYT-tee]; libretto by Felice Romani [fay-LEE-chay ro-
MAH-nee] after Victor Hugo [{VICK-tur h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go])

Borgioli C Armando Borgioli C ar-MAHN-doh bohr-JO-lee

Borgioli C Dino Borgioli C DEE-no bohr-JO-lee

Borgstrom C Hjalmar Borgström C YAHL-mar BAWRG-ström

Bori C Lucrezia Bori C {loo-KREE-shah BAW-ree} loo-KRAY-theeah BO-ree

Boris godunov C Boris Godunov C {BAW-riss} bah-REESS gah-DOO-nuff C (an opera,
with music by Modest Musorgsky [mah-DYESST MOO-surk-skee]; libretto by Musorgsky after
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin [uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r sehr-GAY-yeh-vihch POOSH-kinn] and
Nikolay Karamzin [nyee-kah-L¦ kuh-rahm-ZEEN]) C (Godunov is also transliterated as
Godounov)

Boris monologue C Boris’ monologue C {BAW-riss} bah-REESS (monologue) C
(monologue from the opera Boris Godunov [{BAW-riss} bah-REESS gah-DOO-nuff]; music
by Modest Mussorgsky [mah-DYESST MOOSS-surk-skee]; libretto by Mussorgsky after
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin [uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r sehr-GAY-yeh-vihch POOSH-kinn] and
Nikolay Karamzin [nyee-kah-L¦ kah-rahm-ZEEN])

Boris shuisky duet C Boris-Shuisky duet C {BAW-riss} bah-REESS-shôôEESS-kee (duet) C
(duet from the opera Boris Godunov [{BAW-riss} bah-REESS gah-DOO-nuff]; music by
Modest Mussorgsky [mah-DYESST MOOSS-surk-skee]; libretto by Mussorgsky after
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin [uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r sehr-GAY-yeh-vihch POOSH-kinn] and
Nikolay Karamzin [nyee-kah-L¦ kuh-rahm-ZEEN])
Boriskin C Michael Boriskin C M¦-kull baw-RISS-kunn

Borisov C Lilcho Borisov C LEEL-cho baw-REE-sawf

Borkh C Inge Borkh C IHNG-uh BAWRK

Borkovec C Pavel BoÍkovec C PAH-vell BAWRSH-kaw-vettss

Borkowski C Bohdan Borkowski C BAWH-dahn bawr-KAWF-skee

Bornefeld C Helmut Bornefeld C HELL-moot BAWR-nuh-fellt

Borneilh C Guiraut de Borneilh C ghee-ro duh bawr-nay

Bornelh C Giraut de Bornelh C zhee-ro duh bawr-nell

Bornschein C Franz Carl Bornschein C FRAHNZ KARL BAWRN-sh§n

Borodin C Alexander Borodin C uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r buh-rah-DYEEN C (known also as
Alexander Porfirievich [par-FIH-riheh-vihch] Borodin)

Borodin C Ekaterina Borodin C yih-kuh-teh-REE-nuh buh-rah-DYEEN

Borodin string quartet C Borodin String Quartet C buh-rah-DYEEN (String Quartet)

Borodine C Alexander Borodine C (see Alexander Borodin)

Boroni C Antonio Boroni C ahn-TAW-neeo bo-RO-nee

Borovsky C Alexander Borovsky C {a-ligg-ZANN-dur bu h-RAWV-skee} uh-lyick-SAHN-
d’r bah-RAWF-skee

Borovsky C Alexander Znosko-Borovsky C uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r ZNAW-skuh-bah-RAWF-
skee

Borowski C Felix Borowski C FEE-lickss buh-R!W-skee

Borras de palau C Juan Borras de Palau C hooAHN bawr-RAHSS day pah-LAHOO

Borren C Charles van den Borren C shar-luh vunn denn bawr-runn C (known also as
Charles-Jean-Eugène [shar-luh-zhah6-nö-zhayn] van den Borren)

Borresen C Hakon Børresen C HA-kawn BÖ-ruh-sunn C (known also as Aksel Ejnar [ACK-
sull ¦-nuh] Hakon Børresen)
Borriello C Mario Borriello C MAH-reeo bohr-reeAYL-lo

Borris C Kaja Borris C KAH-yah BAWR-riss

Borris C Siegfried Borris C ZEEK-freet BAWR-riss

Borroff C Edith Borroff C EE-duth BOHR-rawf

Borsa C BOHR-sah C (character in the opera Rigoletto [ree-go-LAYT-toh]; music by
Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-
sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after Victor Hugo [{VICK-tur h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go])

Borsa matteo C Borsa Matteo C BOHR-sah maht-TAY-o C (character in the opera Rigoletto
[ree-go-LAYT-toh]; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by
Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after Victor Hugo
[{VICK-tur h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go])

Borst C Danielle Borst C dah-neeell bawrst

Bortkiewicz C Sergei Bortkiewicz C sehr-GAYEE bart-kihAY-vihch C (known also as Sergei
Eduardovich [eh-dôôAR-duh-vihch] Bortkiewicz)

Bortniansky C Dimitri Bortniansky C dyih-MEE-tree bart-nihAHN-skee C (known also as
Dimitri Stepanovich [styeh-PAH-nuh-vihch] Bortniansky and Dmitri Bortnjanskiej [d’MEE-tree
bart-n’YAHN-skee])

Bortnjanskiej C Dmitri Bortnjanskiej C d'MEE-tree bart-n’YAHN-skee C (known also as
Dimitri Stepanovich Bortniansky [dyih-MEE-tree styeh-PAH-nuh-vihch bart-nihAHN-skee]
and Dimitri Bortniansky)

Bortolotto C Mario Bortolotto C MAH-reeo bohr-toh-LOHT-toh

Bortoluzzi C Bianca Bortoluzzi C beeAHN-kah bohr-toh-LOOT-tsee

Bortz C Daniel Börtz C DAH-nihell BÖRUHTSS

Boruch ate zingt der tate C Boruch ate, zingt der Tate C BAW-rôôk uh-TAH, ZIHNGKT der
TAH-tuh C (Blessed Art Thou, the Father Sings — poem by Avrom Reisen [AHV-rawm R¦-
zenn] set to music by Solomon Golub [SAH-law-munn GAW-lôôb or SHLO-mo GAW-lôôb])

Borup jorgensen C Axel Borup-Jørgensen C ACK-sull BO-woop-YÖ-unn-sunn C (known
also as Jens [YENNSS] Axel Borup-Jørgensen)

Bory C Robert Bory C ro-behr baw-rü
Bos C Coenraad Valentyn Bos C KOON-rahahd vah-lenn-TAYN BAWSS

Bosch C Pieter Joseph van den Bosch C PEE-tur YO-zeff vunn denn BAWSS

Boschot C Adolphe Boschot C ah-dawlf baw-sho

Boscovich C Alexander Uriah Boscovich C AH-leck-sahn-der ÔÔ-rihah BOHSS-ko-vihch

Bose C Fritz Bose C FRITTSS BO-zuh

Bose C Hans-Jürgen von Bose C HAHNSS-YÜR-gunn fawn BO-zuh

Bose farbe C Die böse Farbe C dee BÖ-zuh FAR-buh C (The Hateful Color) C (poem by
Wilhelm Müller [VILL-hellm MÜL-lur] set to music by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-
bert] in the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin [dee SHÖ-nuh MÜL-luh-rinn] — The Miller’s
Lovely Daughter)

Bosendorfer C Ignaz Bösendorfer C IGG-nahtss BÖ-zunn-dawr-fur

Bosendorfer C Ludwig Bösendorfer C LOOT-vihh BÖ-zunn-dawr-fur

Bosendorfer piano C Bösendorfer piano C BÖ-zunn-dawr-fur (piano)

Boshell C B. Boshell C B. baw-SHELL

Boshniakovich C Oleg Boshniakovich C ah-LYECK bahsh-nihah-KAW-vihch

Boskovsky C Willi Boskovsky C VILL-lee bawss-KAWF-skü

Bosmans C Henriëtte Bosmans C henn-ree-ETT-tuh BAWSS-mahnss C (known also as
Henriëtte Hilda [HILL-duh] Bosmans)

Bosquet C Émile Bosquet C ay-meel bawss-keh

Bosse C Gustave Bosse C gôô-STAHAH-fuh BAWSS-suh

Bosseur C Jean-Yves Bosseur C zhah6-neev bawss-sör

Bossi C Costante Adolfo Bossi C ko-STAHN-tay ah-DOHL-fo BOHSS-see

Bossi C Enrico Bossi C ayn-REE-ko BOHSS-see C (known also as Marco [MAR-ko]
Enrico Bossi)

Bossi C Renzo Bossi C RAYN-tso BOHSS-see C (known also as Rinaldo [ree-NAHL-doh]
Renzo Bossi)
Bostelmann C Otto Bostelmann C {AHT-toh BAHSS-t’l-munn} AWT-toh BAW-stull-
mahn

Boswinkel C Job Boswinkel C YOHP BAWSS-vihng-kull

Botschaft C BOHT-shahft C (Message) C (song, title used by various composers)

Botstiber C Hugo Botstiber C HOO-go BAWT-stih-bur

Bott C Catherine Bott C KA-thuh-runn BAWT

Bott C Jean Joseph Bott C zhah6 zho-zeff BAWT

Botta C Luca Botta C LOO-kah BOHT-tah

Bottee de toulmon C Auguste Bottée de Toulmon C o-güst bawt-tay duh tôôl-maw6

Bottenberg C Wolfgang Bottenberg C {WÔÔLF-gang BAHT-t’n-burg} VAWLF-gahng
BAWT-tunn-pehrk

Bottesini C Giovanni Bottesini C jo-VAHN-nee boht-tay-ZEE-nee

Botti C Robert Botti C RAH-burt BAWT-tee

Botti C Susan Botti C SOO-z’n BAWT-tee

Bottje C Will Gay Bottje C WILL GAY BAHT-juh

Bottrigari C Ercole Bottrigari C ayr-KO-lay boht-tree-GAH-ree

Botwright C Valerie Botwright C VA-luh-ree BOHT-r§t

Boucher C Alexandre-Jean Boucher C ah-leck-sah6-dr’-zhah6 bôô-shay

Boucher C Michelle Boucher C mee-shell bôô-shay

Boucheron C Raimondo Boucheron C rahee-MOHN-doh bôô-sh’raw6

Bouchor C Marice Bouchor C mah-reess bôô-shawr

Boucourechliev C André Boucourechliev C ahn-DRAY bôô-kôô-REHSH-leeeff

Boudier C Dominique Boudier C daw-mee-neek bôô-deeay

Boudreau C Robert Boudreau C RAH-burt bôô-DRO C (known also as Robert Austin
Boudreau [RAH-burt AWSS-t’n bôô-DRO])

Boughton C Rutland Boughton C RUTT-lunnd BAHÔÔ-tunn

Boughton C William Boughton C WILL-lihumm BAHÔÔ-tunn C (known also as William
Paul [PAWL] Boughton)

Bouhy C Jacques Bouhy C zhack bôô-ee C (known also as Jacques-Joseph André Bouhy
[zhack-zho-zeff ah6-dray bôô-ee])

Bouilhet C Louis Bouilhet C lôô-ee bôôee-yeh

Boulanger C Lili Boulanger C lee-lee bôô-lah6-zhay C (known also as Lili Juliette Marie Olga
Boulanger [lee-lee zhü-leeett mah-ree awl-gah bôô-lah6-zhay])

Boulanger C Nadia Boulanger C nah-deeah bôô-lah6-zhay C (known also as Nadia Juliette
[zhü-leeett] Boulanger)

Boulez C Pierre Boulez C peeEHR bôô-LEZZ

Boulin C Sophie Boulin C saw-fee bôô-leh6

Boulnois C Joseph Boulnois C zho-zeff bôôl-n’wah

Boult C Sir Adrian Boult C (Sir) AY-dree-unn BOHLT C (known also as Sir Adrian Cedric
[SEDD-rick] Boult)

Boumeester C Jan Boumeester C YAHN BOO-mayay-ster

Bour C Ernest Bour C ehr-nesst bôôr

Bourdin C Roger Bourdin C raw-zhay bôôr-deh6

Bourdon C Rosario Bourdon C ro-zah-reeo bôôr-daw6

Bouree C Bourée C bôô-ray

Bourees C Bourées C bôô-ray

Bourgault ducoudray C Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray C lôô-ee-ahl-behr bôôr-go-dü-kôô-
dray

Bourgeois C Loys Bourgeois C l’wah bôôr-zh’wah C (known also as Loys Louis [lôô-ee]
Bourgeois)
Bourgeois C Thomas-Louis Bourgeois C taw-mah-lôô-ee bôôr-zh’wah C (known also as
Thomas-Louis-Joseph Bourgeois [taw-mah-lôô-ee-zho-zeff bôôr-zh’wah])

Bourguignon C Francis de Bourguignon C frah6-seess duh bôôr-ghee-n’yaw6

Bournemouth sinfonietta C BAWRN-muth sinn-fuh-nihETT-tuh

Bournemouth sinfonietta choir C Bournemouth Sinfonietta Choir C BAWRN-muth sinn-fuh-
nihETT-tuh (Choir)

Bournonville C Jacques de Bournonville C zhack duh bôôr-naw6-veel

Bournonville C Jean de Bournonville C zhah6 duh bôôr-naw6-veel

Bournonville C Valentin de Bournonville C vah-lah6-teh6 duh bôôr-naw6-veel

Bourre C Jean-Luc Bourré C zhah6-lük bôôr-ray

Bourree C Bourrée C bôôr-ray

Bourrees C bôôr-ray

Bousquet C Georges Bousquet C zhawrzh bôôss-keh

Bousset C Jean-Baptiste Bousset C zhah6-bah-teest bôôss-seh

Boussu C Lou Boussu C lôô bôôss-sü C (The Hunchback) C (excerpt from Chants
d'Auvergne [shah6 doh-vehrny’] — Songs of the Auvergne [o-vehrny’], French folk songs
collected by Joseph Canteloube [zho-zeff kah6-t’lôôb])

Boutmy C Josse Boutmy C YAWSS-suh BÔÔT-mee

Boutry C Roger Boutry C raw-zhay bôô-tree

Bouvet C Charles Bouvet C sharl bôô-veh C (known also as Charles René Clément Bouvet
[sharl ruh-nay klay-mah6 bôô-veh])

Bouzignac C Guillaume Bouzignac C ghee-yohm bôô-zee-n’yahk

Bouzouki C boo-ZHOO-kee C (Greek long-necked lute)

Bovery C Jules Bovery C zhül bo-v’ree

Bovet C Joseph Bovet C zho-zeff baw-veh
Bovio C Libero Bovio C lee-BAY-ro BO-veeo

Bovy C Vina Bovy C VEE-nah BO-vee

Bovy lysberg C Charles-Samuel Bovy-Lysberg C sharl-sah-mü-ell baw-vee-LÜSS-pehrk

Bowen C Albert Bowen C AL-burt BO-wunn

Bowles C Michael Bowles C M¦-kull BOHLZ

Bowles C Paul Bowles C PAWL BOHLZ

Bowman C Euday Bowman C YOO-day BO-munn C (known also as Euday Louis [LOO-
uss] Bowman)

Bowman C James Bowman C JAYMZ BO-munn

Boxberg C Christian Ludwig Boxberg C KRIH-stihahn LÔÔT-vihh BAWKSS-pehrk

Boydell C Brian Boydell C BR¦-unn boy-DELL C (known also as Brian Patrick [PATT-rick]
Boydell)

Boykan C Martin Boykan C MAR-t’n BOY-kunn

Boyle C Ina Boyle C EE-nuh BOYL

Boysen C Rolf Boysen C RAWLF BOY-zunn

Boyvin C Jacques Boyvin C zhack bwah-veh6

Bozay C Attila Bozay C AHT-tih-lah BO-z§

Bozic C Darijan Boži… C DAH-ree-yahn BAW-zhihch

Bozza C Eugene Bozza C ö-zhenn bawz-zah

Bozza C Eugène Bozza C ö-zhenn bawz-zah

Bracht C Roland Bracht C RO-lahnt BRAHKT

Brade C William Brade C WILL-lihumm BRAYD

Bradsky C Wenzel Theodor Bradsky C VENN-tsell TAY-o-dohohr BRAHT-skee

Braein C Edvard Fliflet Braein C EDD-var FLEEFF-lett BRAIHN
Braein C Kristina Bræin C KRISS-tee-nah BRAIHN

Braga C Francisco Braga C frah6-SEESS-kôô BRAH-guh C (known also as Antônio [ah6-
TOH-nihôô] Francisco Braga)

Braga C Francisco Ernani Braga [frah6-SEESS-kôô ehr-NAH-nee BRAH-guh

Braga C Gaetano Braga C gahay-TAH-no BRAH-gah

Braga santos C Joly Braga Santos C ZHAH-lee BRAH-guh SAH6-tôôsh C (known also as
José Manuel [zhôô-ZAY mah-nooELL] Joly Braga Santos)

Bragard C Roger Bragard C raw-zhay brah-gar

Braham C John Braham C JAHN BRAY-umm

Brahms C Johannes Brahms C yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS

Brailoiu C Constantin Br|iloiu C kawn-stahn-TEEN bruhee-LAW-eeoo

Brailowsky C Alexander Brailowsky C uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r brahih-LAWF-skee

Braine C Robert Braine C RAH-burt BRAYN

Brainin C Norbert Brainin C NAWR-burt BRAHIH-ninn

Braithwaite C Nicholas Braithwaite C NIH-kuh-luss BRAYTH-wayt C (known also as
Nicholas Paul Dallon [PAWL DAL-lunn] Braithwaite)

Braithwaite C Warwick Braithwaite C WAH-rick BRAYTH-wayt C (known also as Henry
[HENN-ree] Warwick Braithwaite)

Bramante C Aldo Bramante C AHL-doh brah-MAHN-tay

Brambach C Caspar Joseph Brambach C KAHSS-par YO-zeff BRAHM-bahk

Brambach C Wilhelm Brambach C VILL-hellm BRAHM-bahk

Brambilla C Marietta Brambilla C mah-reeETT-tah brahm-BEEL-lah

Brambilla C Paolo Brambilla C PAHO-lo brahm-BEEL-lah

Brambilla C Teresa Brambilla C tay-RAY-zah brahm-BEEL-lah

Brammer C BRAHM-mur
Brancaccio C Antonio Brancaccio C ahn-TAW-neeo brahn-KAH-cho

Branco C Frederico Guedes de Freitas Branco C freh-deh-REE-kôô GHEH-dehsh duh
FRAY-tush BRA6-kôô C (known also as Frederico de Freitas)

Branco C Luís de Freitas Branco C looWEEZH duh FRAY-tush BRA6-kôô

Brancour C René Brancour C ruh-nay brah6-kôôr

Brand C Max Brand C MACKSS BRANND C (known also as Maximilian Brand [mahk-see-
MEE-lihahn BRAHNT])

Brandeis C Frederick Brandeis C {FREH-duh-rick BRANN-d§ss} FRAY-duh-rick BRAHN-
t§ss

Brandenburg concertos C {BRANN-dunn-burg} BRAHN-tunn-pôôrk (Concertos) C
(compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-
stihahn BAHK])

Brandenburgische konzerte C Brandenburgische Konzerte C BRAHN-tunn-pôôr-ghih-shuh
kawn-TSEHR-tuh C (Brandenburg [{BRANN-dunn-burg} BRAHN-tunn-pôôrk] Concertos
by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Brandl C Johann Evangelist Brandl C YO-hahn ay-VAHNG-uh-lisst BRAHN-t’l

Brandt C Jobst vom Brandt C YAWPST fawm BRAHNT C (known also as Jodocus de Brant
[YO-doh-kôôss duh BRAHNT])

Brandt C Marianne Brandt C mah-rihAHN-nuh BRAHNT

Brandt C Noah Brandt C NO-uh BRANNT

Brandts buys C Jan Brandts-Buys C YAHN BRAHNTSS-BÜRSS

Brandukov C Anatol Brandukov C ah-nah-TAWL brahn-dôô-KAWF C (known also as
Anatol Andreievich [ahn-DRAYEE-eh-vihch] Brandukov)

Branle de la torche C brah6l’ duh lah tawrsh C (song by Michael Praetorius [MIH-hah-ell
pray-TOH-rihôôss])

Branle de montirande C brah6l’ duh maw6-tee-rah6d C (song by Michael Praetorius [MIH-
hah-ell pray-TOH-rihôôss])

Branle double C brah6l’ dôô-bl’ C (songs by Michael Praetorius [MIH-hah-ell pray-TOH-
rihôôss])
Branle gai C Branle Gai C brah6l’ gheh C (anonymous composition)

Branles de village C brah6l’ duh vee-lahzh C (Rustic Dance) C (song by Robert Ballard [ro-
behr bahl-lar])

Branles decosse C Branles d’Ecosse C brah6l’ d’kawss C (Scottish tune published in 1557 by
Estienne Du Tertre [ay-teeenn dü tehr-tr’])

Brannigan C Owen Brannigan C O-wunn BRANN-nih-gunn

Branscombe C Gena Branscombe C JEE-nah BRANNSS-kumm

Brant C Jan Brant C YAHN BRAHNT

Brant C Jodocus de Brant C YO-doh-kôôss duh BRAHNT C (known also as Jobst vom
Brandt [YAWPST fawm BRAHNT])

Branzell C Karin Branzell C KAH-rinn BRAHN-sell C (known also as Karin Maria [mah-
REE-ah] Branzell)

Brasil C I-Brasîl C ee-bruh-ZEEL C (poem by Fiona Macleod [feeO-nah m’KL!WD])

Braslau C Sophie Braslau C SO-fee BRAHSS-lo

Brassens C Georges Brassens C zhawrzh brahss-sah6

Brassin C Leopold Brassin C leh-aw-pawl brahss-seh6

Brassin C Louis Brassin C lôô-ee brahss-seh6

Bratislava C BRAH-tyih-slah-vah C (Slovakian city)

Bratislava philharmonic C Bratislava Philharmonic C BRAH-tyih-slah-vah (Philharmonic)

Bratschen C BRAHT-shunn C (violas)

Braudo C Eugen Braudo C yevv-GAY-nee BRAHÔÔ-duh C (the first name is usually
transliterated from the Russian as Yevgeny, with the pronunciation as indicated)

Brauel C Henning Brauel C HENN-nihng BRAHÔÔ-ull

Brauer C Evald Brauer C AY-vahlt BRAHÔÔ-er

Braun C Carl Braun C KARL BRAHÔÔN
Braun C Peter Michael Braun C PAY-tur MIH-hah-ell BRAHÔÔN

Braun C Victor Braun C VICK-tur BRAHOON

Braun C Wilhelm Braun C VILL-hellm BRAHÔÔN

Braun C Yehezkel Braun C yeh-HESS-kell BRAHÔÔN

Brauner bursche fuhrt zum tanze C Brauner Bursche führt zum Tanze C BRAHÔÔ-nur
BÔÔR-shuh FÜRT tsoom TAHN-tsuh C (Swarthy Lad Leads His Girl) C (Hungarian poem
translated to German by Hugo Conrat [HOO-go KAWN-raht] and set to music by Johannes
Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS])

Braunfels C Walter Braunfels C VAHL-tur BRAHÔÔN-fullss

Brauns C Sigurd Brauns C ZEE-gôôrt BRAHÔÔNSS

Brautgesang C BRAHÔÔT-guh-zahng C (Bridal Song) C (poem by Clemens Brentano
[KLAY-mennss brenn-TAHAH-no] set to music by Paul Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuh-mitt])

Bravi ma benone C Ma bravi! Ma benone! C mah BRAH-vee! mah bay-NO-nay! C (excerpt
from the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah] — The Barber of
Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by
Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais
[peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-ZAYP-pay
pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Bravnicar C Matija Bravni…ar C MAH-tih-yah BRAHV-nih-char

Bravo signor barbiere C Bravo, signor barbiere C BRAH-vo, see-n’YOHR bar-beeAY-ray C
(excerpt from the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah] — The
Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee];
libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de
Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-
ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Brea C Francisco Alió y Brea / frahn-THEESS-ko ah-leeO ee BRAY-ah

Breazul C George Breazul C JOHR-jeh breeah-ZOOL

Brechbuhler C Peter Brechbühler C PAY-tur BREHH-bü-lur

Brecher C Gustav Brecher C GÔÔ-stahf BREH-hur

Brecht C Bertolt Brecht C BEHR-tawlt BREHHT
Bredemeyer C Reiner Bredemeyer C R¦-nur BRAY-duh-m§-ur

Brediceanu C Tiberiu Brediceanu C tee-BEH-reeoo breh-dee-cheeAH-noo

Bredt C Alice Verne Bredt C A-luss VURN BRETT

Bree C Jean Bernard van Bree C ZHAH6 behr-NARD funn BRAYAY C (known also as
Johannes Bernardus van Bree [yo-HAHN-nuss behr-NAR-düss funn BRAYAY])

Brehm C Alvin Brehm C AL-vunn BREMM

Brehme C Hans Brehme C HAHNSS BRAY-muh C (known also as Hans Ludwig Wilhelm
[LOOT-vihh VILL-hellm] Brehme)

Brehy C Hercule Bréhy C ehr-KÜL BRAY-ee

Breil C Joseph Carl Breil C JO-zuff KARL BR¦L

Breit uber mein haupt C Breit über mein Haupt C BR¦T Ü-bur m§n HAHÔÔPT C (aria from
the opera Die Ägyptische Helena [dee eh-GÜP-tih-shuh HAY-lay-nah] — The Egyptian
Helen; music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS] and libretto by Hugo von
Hofmannsthal [HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl])

Breitengraser C Wilhelm Breitengraser C VILL-hellm BR¦-tunn-grah-zur

Breithaupt C Rudolf Breithaupt C ROO-dawlf BR¦T-hahôôpt C (known also as Rudolf Maria
[mah-REE-ah] Breithaupt)

Breitkopf and hartel C Breitkopf & Härtel C BR¦T-kawpf & HÄR-tull

Breitman C David Breitman C DAY-vudd BR¦T-munn

Brel C Jacques Brel C zhack brell

Brelet C Gisèle Brelet C zhee-zell breh-leh

Brell C Mario Brell C MAH-reeo BRELL

Brema C Marie Brema C mah-REE BRAY-muh

Bremer C Willem Bremer C WILL-lumm BRAY-mer

Bremond C François Brémond C frah6-swah bray-maw6

Brendel C Alfred Brendel C AHL-frayt BRENN-tull
Brendel C Franz Brendel C FRAHNTSS BRENN-tull C (known also as Karl [KARL] Franz
Brendel)

Brendel C Wolfgang Brendel C VAWLF-gahng BRENN-tull

Brendler C Eduard Brendler C AY-dooart BRENNT-lur C (known also as Frans Fredric
[FRAHNSS FRETT-rick] Eduard Brendler)

Brenet C Michel Brenet C mee-shell breh-neh

Brennand C Nancy Brennand C NANN-tsee BRENN-nunnd

Brenta C Gaston Brenta C gahss-TOHN BRENN-tah

Brentano C Clemens von Brentano C KLAY-mennss fawn brenn-TAHAH-no

Brescia C BRAY-sheeah

Brescianello C Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello C joo-ZAYP-pay ahn-TAW-neeo bray-sheeah-
NAYL-lo

Bresgen C Cesar Bresgen C TSAY-zar BRESS-gunn

Breslaur C Emil Breslaur C AY-meel BRESS-lahôôr

Bresnick C Martin Bresnick C MAR-t’n BREZZ-nick

Bressan C Peter Bressan C PEE-tur BRESS-s'n

Bressler gianoli C Clotilde Bressler-Gianoli C klo-TILL-duh BRESS-lur-jah-NO-lee

Bret C Gustave Bret C güss-tahv breh

Bretagne C Thomas de Bretagne C taw-mah duh breh-tahny’

Bretan C Nicolae Bretan C nee-kaw-LAH-eh breh-TAHN

Breton C Tomás Bretón C toh-MAHSS bray-TAWN C (known also as Tomás Bretón y
Hernández [toh-MAHSS bray-TAWN ee ehr-NAHN-dehth])

Brettl lieder C Brettl-Lieder C BRETT-t’l-LEE-dur C (Cabaret [ka-buh-RAY] Songs) C
(compositions by Arnold Schoenberg [AR-nawlt SHÖN-pehrk])

Bretzner C Christoph Friedrich Bretzner C KRIH-stawf FREET-rihh BRETTSS-nur
Breuer C Hans Breuer C HAHNSS BROY-ur

Breuning C Moritz Gerhard von Breuning C MO-rittss GAYR-hart fawn BROY-nihng

Breval C Jean-Baptiste Sébastien Breval C zhah6-bah-teest say-bahss-teeah6 breh-vahl

Breval C Lucienne Bréval C lü-seeenn bray-vahl

Brevig C Per Brevig C PEHR BREHEH-veeg

Brevig C Sidsel Brevig C SIH-sell BREHEH-veeg

Brevik C Tor Brevik C TOOR BREHEH-veek

Breville C Pierre Bréville C peeehr bray-veel C (known also as Pierre-Onfroy de Bréville
[peeehr-aw6-fr’wah duh bray-veel])

Brezairola C breh-zeh-raw-lah C (Lullaby) C (excerpt from Chants d'Auvergne [shah6 doh-
vehrny’] — Songs of the Auvergne [o-vehrny’], French folk songs collected by Joseph Canteloube
[zho-zeff kah6-t’lôôb])

Brian C Havergal Brian C HA-vur-gull BR¦-unn

Brian borus march C Brian Boru's March C BR¦-unn BAW-rooz (March)

Briard C Étienne Briard C ay-teeenn breear

Briccetti C Thomas Briccetti C TAH-muss brih-CHETT-tee

Briccialdi C Giulio Briccialdi C JOO-leeo bree-CHAHL-dee

Bricconi birbanti C Bricconi! Birbanti! C breek-KO-nee! beer-BAHN-tee! C (excerpt from
the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah] — The Barber of Seville
[suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee]; libretto by Cesare
Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais [peeehr-
o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-ZAYP-pay pay-tro-
zayl-LEE-nee])

Brico C Antonia Brico C {ann-TOH-neeah BREE-ko} ahn-TOH-neeah BREE-ko

Bridget cruise C Bridget Cruise C BRIDD-jett KROOZ C (composition by Turlough Carolan
[TURR-lo KA-ruh-lunn])

Briefszene C BREEF-s’tsay-nuh C (excerpt from the opera Die Kathrin [dee KAH-trinn];
music by Erich Wolfgang Korngold [{EH-rick WÔÔLF-gang KAWRN-gohld} AY-rihh
VAWLF-gahng KAWRN-gawlt] and libretto by E. Decsey [(E.) DECK-see])

Briegel C Wolfgang Carl Briegel C VAWLF-gahng KARL BREE-gull

Brigands C Les brigands C leh bree-gah6 C (The Brigands [BRIH-gunndz]) C (an opera,
with music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWF-funn-bahk]; libretto by Henri Meilhac [ah6-
ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])

Brighella C BRIGG-hell-lah C (character in the opera Ariadne auf Naxos [ah-rihAHT-nuh
ahôôf NAHK-sawss]; music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS] and libretto by Hugo
von Hofmannsthal [HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl])

Bright C Sheng, Bright C SHUHNG, BAWR C (known also as Bright Sheng)

Brighton festival chorus C Brighton Festival Chorus C BR¦-tunn (Festival Chorus)

Brilioth C Helge Brilioth C HELL-guh BREE-liho

Brill C Klaus Brill C KLAHÔÔSS BRILL

Brindisi C breen-DEE-zee C (A Toast) C (excerpt from the opera Otello [o-TAYL-lo]; music
by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee]; libretto by Arrigo Boito [ar-REE-go bo-EE-
toh] after William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr])

Brindisi C breen-DEE-zee C (A Toast) C (excerpt from the opera Lucrezia Borgia [loo-
KRAY-tseeah BAWR-jah]; music by Gaetano Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no doh-nee-TSAYT-tee];
libretto by Felice Romani [fay-LEE-chay ro-MAH-nee] after Victor Hugo [{VICK-tur
h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go])

Brindisi C breen-DEE-zee C (A Toast) C (poem by Andrea Maffei [ahn-DRAY-ah mahf-
FAYEE] set to music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-dee])

Brindisi C breen-DEE-zee C (the “Drinking Song,” a duet from the opera La traviata [lah
trah-veeAH-tah] — The Worldly Woman; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-
dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after
Alexandre Dumas [ah-leck-sah6-dr’ dü-mah])

Brindisi libiamo ne lieti calici C Brindisi: Libiamo ne’ lieti calici C breen-DEE-zee: lee-beeAH-
mo nay leeAY-tee kah-LEE-chee C (duet (the “Drinking Song”) from the opera La traviata [lah
trah-veeAH-tah — The Worldly Woman; music by Giuseppe Verdi [joo-ZAYP-pay VAYR-
dee]; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave [frahn-CHAY-sko mah-REE-ah peeAH-vay] after
Alexandre Dumas [ah-leck-sah6-dr’ dü-mah])

Brindus C Nicolae BrînduÕ C nee-kaw-LAHEH brunn-DOOSH
Bring einen strauss mit roten rosen C Bring einen Strauss mit roten Rosen C BRIHNG ¦-nunn
SHTRAHÔÔSS mitt RO-tunn RO-zunn — A Bunch of Red Roses C (The music is that of
Rosen aus dem Süden [RO-zunn ahôôss daym ZÜ-dunn] — Roses From the South — by Johann
Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHÔÔSS II]. The lyric to produce A Bunch of Red Roses was added
by Ralf Arnie [RALF AR-nee])

Bringet dem herrn ehre seines namens C Bringet dem Herrn Ehre seines Namens C BRIHNG-
utt daym HEHRN AY-ruh Z¦-nuss NAH-munnss C (Give to the Lord Glory Due the Master)
C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK}
zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Brink C Mechiel van den Brink C meh-HEEL funn denn BRIHNGK

Briou C Nicolas-Antoine Bergiron de Briou C nee-kaw-lah-ah6-twahn behr-zhee-raw6 duh
breeôô

Briquet C bree-keh C (15th-century composer)

Bris dans la rue C bree dah6 lah rü C (excerpt from the suite Scènes d’Enfants [senn dah6-
fah6] — Children’s Scenes — by Federico Mompou [feh-theh-REE-ko mawm-POOO])

Britain C Radie Britain C RAY-dee BRIH-t’n

Brixi C Franz Xaver Brixi C FRAHNTSS KSAH-vur BRICK-see C (known also as František
Xaver [FRAHN-tyih-sheck KSAH-ver] Brixi)

Brkanovic C Ivan Brkanoviƒ C EE-vunn bur-KAH-naw-vihch

Brno state philharmonic orchestra / Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra C BUR-no (State
Philharmonic Orchestra)

Broche C Charles Broche C sharl brawsh

Brocq C Mark Le Brocq C MARK luh BRAWK

Brod C Max Brod C MAHKSS BRAWT

Brodsky C Adolf Brodsky C ah-DAWLF BRAWT-skee

Brodsky C Vera Brodsky Lawrence C VIH-ruh BRAWD-skee LAW-runntss

Brodsky quartet C Brodsky Quartet C BRAWT-skee (Quartet)

Brodszky C N. Brodszky C (N.) BRAWD-skee
Broeckaert C Sylvia Broeckaert C SILL-vihah BROO-kart

Broekman C David Broekman C {DAY-vudd BRECK-munn} DAH-vidd BRÔÔK-mahn

Brogi C Renato Brogi C ray-NAH-toh BRO-jee

Brogue C Roslyn Brogue C RAHZ-lunn BROHG

Brokkes passion C Brokkes Passion C BRAWK-kuss (Passion) C (passion by George
Frideric Handel [JAW-urj FRIH-duh-rick HANN-d’l])

Brollo C Bartholomeus Brollo C bar-toh-lo-MAY-ooss BROHL-lo

Broman C Natanael Broman C NAH-tah-nell BROO-mahn

Broman C Sten Broman C STAYUHN BROO-mahn

Bromhead C Jerome De Bromhead C JEH-rohm dee BRAHM-hedd

Bronarski C Ludwik Bronarski C LÔÔT-vick braw-NAR-skee C (known also as Ludwik
Ryszard Marian Bronarski [LÔÔT-vick RIH-shart MAH-reeahn braw-NAR-skee])

Bronfman C Yefim Bronfman C yeh-FEEM BRAWNF-mahn

Bronk zdunowska C Katarzyna Bronk-Zdunowska C kah-tar-ZHIH-nah BRAHNK-zdôô-
NAHF-skah C (the first name is also spelled Katarzina [kah-tar-ZEE-nah])

Bronner C Georg Bronner C GAY-awrk BRAWN-nur

Brons C Carel Brons C KAH-rell BRAWNSS

Bronsart C Hans Bronsart C HAHNSS BRAWN-zart C (known also as Hans Bronsart von
Schellendorf [HAHNSS BRAWN-zart fawn SHELL-lunn-tawrf])

Bronsart C Ingeborg Bronsart C IHNG-uh-bawry’ BRAWN-zart C (known also as Ingeborg
Bronsart von Schellendorf [IHNG-uh-bawry’ BRAWN-zart fawn SHELL-lunn-tawrf)

Bronskaya C Evgenya Bronskaya C yevv-GAYN-yuh BRAWN-skuh-yuh

Brontola quanto vuoi C Bróntola quanto vuoi C BROHN-toh-lah kooAHN-toh vooOEE C
(excerpt from the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah] — The
Barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee];
libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de
Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-
ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])
Broqua C Alfonso Broqua C ahl-FAWN-so BRO-kooah

Bros C Juan Bros y Bertomeu C hooWAHN BRAWSS ee behr-toh-MAYOO C (known also as
Juan Joaquín Pedro Domingo Bros y Bertomeu [hooAHN ho-ah-KEEN PAY-dro doh-MEEN-
go BRAWSS ee behr-toh-MAYOO])

Brosa C Antonio Brosa C ahn-TOH-neeo BRO-sah

Broschi C Carlo Broschi C KAR-lo BRO-skee C (known also as Farinelli [fah-ree-NAYL-
lee])

Broschi C Riccardo Broschi C reek-KAR-doh BRO-skee

Brosig C Moritz Brosig C MO-rittss BRO-zihh

Brosmann C Damasus Brosmann C DAH-mah-sôôss BRAWSS-mahn C (known also as
Damasus Brosmann a Sancto Hieronymo [DAH-mah-sôôss BRAWSS-mahn ah SAHNGK-toh
hiheh-RO-nih-mo])

Brossard C Sébastien de Brossard C say-bahss-teeah6 duh brawss-sar

Brosses C Charles de Brosses C sharl duh brawss

Brother heinrichs christmas C Brother Heinrich’s Christmas C (Brother) H¦N-rihhss
(Christmas)

Brouck C Arnold von Brouck C ar-NOHLT vunn BRÔÔK C (known also as Arnold von
Bruck [BRÜK], Arnold de Bruges [ar-NOHL deh brüzh], and Arnoldo Flamengo [ar-NOHL-
doh flah-MAYN-go])

Brouillon lacombe C Louis Brouillon-Lacombe C lôô-ee brôô-yaw6-lah-kaw6b
(known also as Louis Lacombe)

Brounoff C Platon Brounoff C plah-TAWN BROÔÔ-nuff

Brouwenstijn C Gré Brouwenstijn C KRAY BR!W’n-stayn C (known also as Gré van Swol
[funn SWOHL] Brouwenstijn)

Brouwer C Leo Brouwer C LAY-o brooo-WEHR

Brown C Ian Brown C EE-unn BR!WN

Brown C Iona Brown C §-O-nuh BR!WN

Brown C Nacio Herb Brown C NAH-siho HURB BR!WN C (known also as Ignatio [igg-
NAH-siho] Herb Brown)

Bruch C Max Bruch C MAHKSS BRÔÔK C (known also as Max Karl August Bruch
[MAHKSS KARL AHÔÔ-gôôst BRÔÔK])

Bruchmann C Franz von Bruchmann C FRAHNTSS fawn BRÔÔK-mahn

Bruchollerie C Monique de la Bruchollerie C maw-neek duh lah brü-shawl-l’ree

Bruci C Rudolf Bru…i C ROO-dawlf BROO-chee

Bruck C Arnold von Bruck C ar-NOHLT vunn BRÜK C (known also as Arnold von Brouck
[BRÔÔK], Arnold de Bruges [ar-NOHL deh brüzh], and Arnoldo Flamengo [ar-NOHL-doh
flah-MAYN-go])

Bruck C Charles Bruck C sharl brük

Brucken fock C Emil von Brucken-Fock C ay-MEEL funn BRÜ-kenn-FAWK

Brucken fock C Gerard von Brucken-Fock C heh-RART funn BRÜ-kenn-FAWK

Bruckler C Hugo Brückler C HOO-go BRÜK-lur

Bruckner C Anton Bruckner C AHN-tohn BRÔÔK-nur C (known also as Josef Anton
Bruckner [YOHOH-zeff AHN-tohohn BRÔÔK-nur])

Bruckner ruggeberg C Wilhelm Brückner-Rüggeberg C VILL-hellm BRÜK-nur-RÜG-guh-
behrk

Bruder straubinger C Bruder Straubinger C BROO-dur SHTRAHÔÔ-bihng-ur C (an operetta,
with music by Edmund Eysler [ETT-môônt ¦Z-lur], and lyrics by West [VESST] and Schnitzer
[SHNITT-tsur])

Bruderchen komm tanz mit mir C Brüderchen, komm tanz mit mir C BRÜ-dur-hunn, kawm
TAHNTSS mitt meer C (Little brother, come dance with me) C (duet from Act 1 of the opera
Hänsel und Gretel [HENN-zull ôônt GRAY-tull] — Hansel and Gretel [HANN-sull and
GREH-tull]; music by Engelbert Humperdinck [EHNG-ell-pert HÔÔM-per-tihngk]; libretto
by Adelheid Wette [AHAH-dull-h§t VETT-tuh] after a fairy tale by Jacob Ludwig Grimm
[YAHAH-kawp LOOT-vihh GRIMM] and Wilhelm Carl Grimm [VILL-hellm KARL
GRIMM])

Bruderlein und schwesterlein C Brüderlein und Schwesterlein C BRÜ-dur-l§n ôônt SHVEH-
stur-l§n C (excerpt from the operetta Die Fledermaus [dee FLAY-dur-mahôôss] — The Bat;
music by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHÔÔSS II]; libretto by C. Haffner [(C.) HAHF-
nur] and R. Genée [(R.) zhuh-nay] after Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy
[lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee])

Brudieu C Joan Brudieu C zhaw-ah6 brü-deeö

Bruges C Arnold de Bruges C ar-NOHL deh brüzh C (known also as Arnold von Bruck [ar-
NOHLT vunn BRÜK], Arnold von Brouck [ar-NOHLT vunn BRÔÔK], and Arnoldo
Flamengo [ar-NOHL-doh flah-MAYN-go])

Bruggen C Daniel Brüggen C dah-nihELL BRÜG-ghenn

Bruggen C Frans Brüggen C FRAHNSS BRÜG-ghenn

Brugnoli C Attilio Brugnoli C aht-TEE-leeo BROO-n’YO-lee

Bruhlmann C Brühlmann C BRÜL-mahn C (character in the opera Werther [VEHR-tur];
music by Jules Massenet [zhül {mahss-s’nay} mahss-s’neh]; libretto by Édouard Blau [ay-dôôar
blo], Paul Milliet [pohl mee-yeeeh], and Georges Hartmann [zhawrzh HART-mahn] after
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe [YO-hahn VAWLF-gahng fawn GÖ-tuh])

Bruhns C Nicolaus Bruhns C NEE-ko-lahôôss BROONSS

Bruin C Jean-Marc Bruin C zhah6-mark brü-eh6

Bruit des lourds marteaux C Au bruit des lourds marteaux C o brüee day lôôrd mar-toh C (To
the Sound of Striking Hammers) C (song by Charles Gounod [sharl gôô-no])

Brule C Gace Brulé C gahss brü-lay

Brull C Ignaz Brüll C IGG-nahtss BRÜL

Brumaire C Jacqueline Brumaire C zhah-keh-leen brü-mehr

Brumby C Colin Brumby C KAH-linn BRUMM-bee C (known also as Colin James
[JAYMZ] Brumby)

Brumel C Antoine Brumel C ah6-twahn brü-mell

Brun C Alphonse Brun C AHL-fawnss BROON

Brun C Fritz Brun C FRITTSS BROON

Brun C Herbert Brün C {HUR-burt BROON} HEHR-pert BRÜN

Brun baranska C Boóena Brun-Bara½ska C bo-ZHEH-nah BROON-bah-R¦6-skah
Brune C Adolf Gerhard Brune C AHAH-dawlf GAYR-hart BROO-nuh

Bruneau C Alfred Bruneau C ahl-fredd brü-no C (known also as Louis-Charles-
Bonaventure-Alfred Bruneau [lôô-ee-sharl-baw-nah-vah6-tür-ahl-fredd brü-no)

Brunelle C Philip Brunelle C FIH-lupp broo-NELL

Brunelli C Antonio Brunelli C ahn-TAW-neeo broo-NAYL-lee

Brunetti C Domenico Brunetti C doh-MAY-nee-ko broo-NAYT-tee

Brunetti C Gaetano Brunetti C gahay-TAH-no broo-NAYT-tee

Bruni C Antonio Bartolomeo Bruni C ahn-TAW-neeo bar-toh-lo-MAY-o BROO-nee

Brunner C Eduard Brunner C AY-dooart BRÔÔN-nur

Brunnhilde C Brünnhilde C brün-HILL-tuh C (character in the opera Götterdämmerung
[GÖT-tur-temm-muh-rôông] — Twilight of the Gods; music and libretto by Richard Wagner
[RIH-hart VAHG-nur]; libretto after Siegfrieds Tod [ZEEK-freetss TOHT] — Siegfried’s
Death)

Brunnhilde heilige braut C Brünnhilde, heilige Braut C brün-HILL-tuh, H¦-lih-guh
BRAHÔÔT C (aria from the opera Götterdämmerung [GÖT-tur-temm-muh-rôông] — Twilight
of the Gods; music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur], libretto after
Siegfrieds Tod [ZEEK-freetss TOHT] — Siegfried’s Death)

Brunold C Paul Brunold C pohl brü-nawl

Bruscantini C Sesto Bruscantini C SAY-stoh broo-skahn-TEE-nee

Brusilovsky C Evgeni Brusilovsky C yevv-GAY-nee brôô-sih-LAWF-skee C (the first name
is also transliterated as Evgeny and Yevgeny)

Brusilow C Anshel Brusilow C ANN-shull BROO-sih-lo

Bruson C Renato Bruson C ray-NAH-toh BROO-sohn

Brusselmans C Michel Brusselmans C mee-shell bruss-sell-mahnss

Brustad C Bjarne Brustad C b’YAR-nuh BREW-stah

Bruyck C Karl Debrois van Bruyck C KARL deh-br’WAH vunn BRÜEEK

Bruynel C Ton Bruynèl C TAWN bree-NELL
Bruyr C José Bruyr C zhaw-zay brüeer

Bruzdowicz C Joanna Bruzdowicz C yo-AHN-n’nah brôôz-DAH-veech

Bryars C Gavin Bryars C GA-vinn BR¦-urz

Bryden C Jane Bryden C JAYN BR¦-d'n

Bryennius C Manuel Bryennius C MAH-nôôell brü-ENN-nihôôss

Bryn julson C Phyllis Bryn-Julson C FILL-luss BRINN-YOOL-s'n C (known also as Phyllis
Mae [MAY] Bryn-Julson)

Bryusov C Valeri Bryusov C vah-LAY-ree br’YOO-suff

Btzeis yisroel mimmitzroyim C B'tzeis Yisroel Mimmitzroyim C bih-TSESS iss-rah-ELL
meem-meetss-RAH-eem C (When Israel Left Egypt — a Passover song by Louis Lewandowski
[LÔÔ-ee leh-vahn-DAHF-skee])

Buccarella C Claudio Buccarella C KLAHOO-deeo book-kah-RAYL-lah

Bucchi C Valentino Bucchi C vah-layn-TEE-no BOOK-kee

Bucci C Mark Bucci C MARK BOO-chee

Buch C Fritz Buch C FRITTS BÔÔK

Buchanan C Isobel Buchanan C IH-zuh-bell b'yoo-KANN-nunn

Buchardo C Carlos López-Buchardo C KAR-lawss LO-pess-boo-CHAR-doh

Buchardo C López Buchardo C LO-pess boo-CHAR-doh

Bucharoff C Simon Bucharoff C {S¦-munn b’YOO-kah-rawf} SEE-munn bôô-CHAH-ruff

Buchbauer C Alois Buchbauer C AHAH-lo-eess BÔÔK-pahôôur

Buchbinder C Rudolf Buchbinder C ROO-dawlf BÔÔK-pinn-tur

Bucher C Karl Bücher C KARL BÜ-hur

Buchla C Donald Buchla C DAH-nulld b’YOOK-luh C (known also as Donald Frederick
[FREH-duh-rick] Buchla)

Buchmayer C Richard Buchmayer C RIH-hart BÔÔK-mah-yur
Buchner C Hans Buchner C HAHNSS BÔÔK-nur

Buchner C Philipp Friedrich Buchner C FEE-lipp FREET-rihh BÔÔK-nur

Bucht C Gunnar Bucht C GÜN-nar BÜKT

Buchtger C Fritz Büchtger C FRITTSS BÜKT-gur

Buck C Ole Buck C O-luh BÔÔK

Bucken C Ernst Bücken C EHRNST BÜ-kunn

Bucklichte mannlein C Das bucklichte Männlein C dahss BÔÔK-lihh-tuh MENN-l§n C (The
Little Hunchback) C (poem from Des Knaben Wunderhorn [dess k’NAHAH-bunn VÔÔN-tur-
hawrn] — The Youth’s Magic Horn — set to music by Alexander von Zemlinsky [ah-leck-
SAHN-tur fawn TSEMM-linn-skee])

Buczek C Barbara Buczek C bar-BAH-rah BÔÔ-check C (known also as Kazimiera Zofia
Buczkowna [kah-zee-meeEH-rah ZAW-feeah bôôch-KAWF-nah)

Buczkowna C Kazimiera Zofia Buczkowna C kah-zee-meeEH-rah ZAW-feeah bôôch-KAWF-
nah C (known also as Barbara Buczek [bar-BAH-rah BÔÔ-check])

Buczynski C Walter Buczynski C WAHL-tur bôô-CHINN-skee C (known also as Walter
Joseph [JO-zuff] Buczynski)

Budapest C {BOO-duh-pesst} BÔÔ-dah-pehsht

Budapest strings C Budapest Strings C {BOO-duh-pesst} BÔÔ-dah-pehsht (Strings)

Budapest symphony orchestra C Budapest Symphony Orchestra C {BOO-duh-pesst} BÔÔ-
dah-pehsht (Symphony Orchestra)

Budashkin C Nikolai Budashkin C nyee-kah-LAHIH bôô-DAHSH-kinn

Budge C Roberto Escobar-Budge C ro-VEHR-toh ayss-ko-VAR-BUDDJ C (known also as
Roberto Escobar)

Buechner C David Buechner C DAY-vudd b’YOOK-nur

Buelow C George Buelow C JAW-urj b’YOO-lo C (known also as George John [JAHN]
Buelow)

Buendia C Manuel Moreno-Buendia C mah-nooELL mo-RAY-no-booAYN-deeah
Buff C BÔÔF C (character in the opera Der Schauspieldirektor [dayr SHAHÔÔ-shpeel-tih-
reck-tawr] — The Play Director; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-
mah-DAY-uss MO-tsart] and libretto by Gottlieb Stephanie [GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee])

Buffa C Mario Buffa C MAH-reeo BOOF-fah

Buffardin C Pierre-Gabriel Buffardin C peeehr-gah-breeell büf-far-deh6

Buga C Julio Iglesias Buga C HOO-leeo ee-GLAY-seeahss BOO-gah C (known also as Julio
Iglesias)

Bughici C Dumitru Bughici C doo-MEE-troo boo-GHEE-chee

Buglay C Dmitri Vasiliev-Buglay C d’MEE-tree vah-SEE-liheff-bôô-GL¦

Buhler C Franz Bühler C FRAHNTSS BÜ-lur

Buhlig C Richard Buhlig C RIH-churd b’YOO-ligg

Bujarski C Zbigniew Bujarski C zBEEG-neeeff bôô-YAR-skee

Buketoff C Igor Buketoff C EE-gawr b’YOO-kuh-tawf

Bukofzer C Manfred F. Bukofzer C MANN-frudd (F.) b’YOO-kawf-zur C (known also as
Manfred Fritz Bukofzer [MAHN-frayt FRITTSS BOO-kawf-tsur])

Bukowska C Barbara Hesse-Bukowska C bar-BAH-rah HESS-seh-bôô-KAHF-skah

Bulba C Taras Bulba C TAH-russ BÔÔL-buh C (orchestral rhapsody by Leoš Janá…ek
[LEH-awsh yah-NAHAH-check])

Bulgarischer nationalchor C Bulgarischer Nationalchor C bôôl-GAH-rih-shur nah-tsiho-
NAHL-kohr C (Bulgarian National Choir)

Bull C Edvard Hagerup Bull C EDD-var HAH-guh-rewp BEWL

Bull C Ole Bull C OO-luh BEWL C (known also as Ole Bornemann [BAWR-nuh-mahn]
Bull)

Bulla fulminante C BOOL-luh fool-mee-NAHN-tay C (poem from the 13th-century
manuscript Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-RAH-nah] set to music)

Bulles de savon C Les bulles de savon C leh bül duh sah-vaw6 C (Soap Bubbles) C (excerpt
from the suite Jeux d’enfants [zhö dah6-fah6] — Children’s Games — by Georges Bizet
[zhawrzh bee-zay])
Bulow C Hans von Bülow C HAHNSS fawn BÜ-lawv C (known also as Hans Guido [gooEE-
doh] von Bülow)

Bulthaupt C Heinrich Bulthaupt C H¦N-rihh BÔÔLT-hahoopt

Bumler C Georg Heinrich Bümler C GAY-awrk H¦N-rihh BÜM-lur

Bundeslied der galgenbruder C Bundeslied der Galgenbrüder C BÔÔN-tuss-leet dayr GAHL-
gunn-brü-dur C (excerpt from Galgenliederen [GAHL-gunn-lee-duh-runn] by Henri Zagwijn
[HENN-ree ZAHK-wayn])

Bungert C August Bungert C AHÔÔ-gôôst BÔÔNG-ert C (known also as Friedrich [FREET-
rihh] August Bungert)

Bunin C Revol Bunin C reh-VAWL BOO-nyinn

Bunin C Vladimir Bunin C vlah-DYEE-mihr BOO-nyinn

Bunse C Elaine Bunse C ih-LAYN BUNNTSS

Buona C Valerio Buona C vah-LAY-reeo booO-nah C (known also as Valerio Bona [BO-nah])

Buona sera mio signore C Buona sera, mio signore C booO-nah SAY-rah, MEE-o see-n’YO-
ray C (excerpt from the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia [eel bar-beeAY-ray dee see-VEE-leeah] —
The barber of Seville [suh-VILL]; music by Gioachino Rossini [johah-KEE-no rohss-SEE-nee];
libretto by Cesare Sterbini [chay-ZAH-ray stayr-BEE-nee] after Pierre-Augustin Caron de
Beaumarchais [peeehr-o-güss-teh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh] and Giuseppe Petrosellini [joo-
ZAYP-pay pay-tro-zayl-LEE-nee])

Buonamente C Giovanni Battista Buonamente C jo-VAHN-nee baht-TEE-stah booo-nah-
MAYN-tay

Buonamici C Giuseppe Buonamici C joo-ZAYP-pay booo-nah-MEE-chee

Buonarroti C Michelangelo Buonarroti C mee-kay-LAHN-jay-lo booo-nar-RO-tee

Buongiorno C Crescenzo Buongiorno C kray-SHAYN-tso booohn-JOHR-no

Buononcini C booo-nohn-CHEE-nee C (a variant spelling of Bononcini [bo-nohn-CHEE-
nee])

Burada C Theodor Burada C teh-aw-DAWR boo-RAH-dah

Burana C Carmina Burana C kar-MEE-nah boo-RAH-nah C (a 13th-century manuscript
containing medieval poetry from various sources)
Buratti C Pietro Buratti C peeAY-tro boo-RAHT-tee

Burbure de wesembeek C Léon-Philippe-Marie Burbure de Wesembeek C lay-aw6-fee-leep-
mah-ree bür-bür deh WAY-zumm-bayayk

Burchuladze C Paata Burchuladze C PAHAH-tah bôôr-chôô-LAHD-zuh

Burci C Nicolaus Burci C NEE-ko-lahôôss BOOR-chee C (known also as Nicolaus Burtius
[BOOR-tihôôss] and Nicolaus Burzio [BOOR-tseeo])

Burck C Joachim à Burck C YOHOH-ah-kimm ah BÔÔRK

Burckard C Martha Leffler-Burckard C MAR-tah LEFF-lur-BÔÔR-kart C (the last name
has also been spelled Burckhard [BÔÔRK-hart])

Burckhard C Martha Leffler-Burckhard C MAR-tah LEFF-lur-BÔÔRK-hart C (the last
name has also been spelled Burckard [BÔÔR-kart])
Burco C Ferruccio Burco C fayr-ROO-cho BOOR-ko

Burenin C Victor Burenin C VEEK-tur bôô-REH-nyinn

Burette C Pierre-Jean Burette C peeehr-zhah6 bü-rett

Burganger C Judith Burganger C JOO-duhth boor-GAHNG-ur

Burger C Gottfried August Bürger C GAWT-freet AHÔÔ-gôôst BÜR-gur

Burgess C Anthony Burgess C ANN-thuh-nee BUR-juss

Burgess C Sally Burgess C SAL-lee BUR-juss

Burghauser C Jarmil Burghauser C YAR-mill BÔÔRG-hahôô-zur

Burghersh C Lord John Fane Burghersh C LAWRD JAHN FAYN BUR-gursh

Burgin C Richard Burgin C RIH-churd BUR-gh’n

Burgmuller C Johann August Franz Burgmüller C YO-hahn AHÔÔ-gôôst FRAHNTSS
BÔÔRK-mül-lur

Burgmuller C Johann Friedrich Franz Burgmüller C YO-hahn FREET-rihh FRAHNTSS
BÔÔRK-mül-lur

Burgmuller C Norbert Burgmüller C NAWR-bert BÔÔRK-mül-lur
Burgon C Geoffrey Burgon C JEFF-ree BUR-gawn C (known also as Geoffrey Alan [A-
lunn] Burgon)

Burgos C Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos C RAH-fah-ell FRÜ-beck duh BÔÔR-gawss

Burgstaller C Alois Burgstaller C AHAH-lo-eess BÔÔRK-shtahl-lur

Burgsthaler schuster C Gertrud Burgsthaler-Schuster C GHEHR-trôôt BÔÔRK-shtah-lur-
SHÔÔ-stur

Burian C Emil František Burian C EH-mill FRAHN-tyih-sheck BÔÔ-rihunn

Burian C Karl Burian C KARL BÔÔ-rihunn

Burion C Amédée Burion C ah-may-day bü-reeaw6

Burkhard C Paul Burkhard C PAHOOL BÔÔRK-hart

Burkhard C Willy Burkhard C VILL-lee BÔÔRK-hart

Burkhardt C Gisela Burkhardt C GHEE-zuh-lah BÔÔRK-hart

Burkhardt C Max Burkhardt C MAHKSS BÔÔRK-hart

Burlas C Ladislav Burlas C LAH-dyiss-lahf BÔÔR-lahss

Burleigh C Cecil Burleigh C SEE-sull BUR-lee

Burleigh C Henry Thacker Burleigh C HENN-ree THA-kur BUR-lee

Burlesca C bôôr-LESS-kah C (composition from Partita No. 3 by Johann Sebastian Bach
[YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK])

Burmeister C Annelies Burmeister C AHN-nuh-leess BÔÔR-m§-stur

Burmeister C Joachim Burmeister C YOHOH-ah-kimm BÔÔR-m§-stur

Burmeister C Richard Burmeister C RIH-hart BÔÔR-m§-stur

Burrowes C Norma Burrowes C NAWR-muh BUR-rohz

Burtius C Nicolaus Burtius C NEE-ko-lahôôss BOOR-tihôôss C (known also as Nicolaus Burci
[BOOR-chee] and Nicolaus Burzio [BOOR-tseeo])

Bury C Alison Bury C A-lih-s’n BEH-rih
Bury C Edward Bury C EDD-vart BÔÔ-rih

Buryja C Grandmother Buryja C (Grandmother) BÔÔ-rihyah C (character in the opera
Jençfa [yeh-NOOOO-fah]; music by Leoš Janá…ek [LEH-awsh yah-NAHAH-check] and libretto
by Janá…ek after Gabriela Preissová [GAH-priheh-lah PR¦SS-saw-vahah])

Buryja C Števa Buryja C SHTEH-vah BÔÔ-rihyah C (character in the opera Jençfa [yeh-
NOOOO-fah]; music by Leoš Janá…ek [LEH-awsh yah-NAHAH-check] and libretto by Janá…ek
after Gabriela Preissová [GAH-priheh-lah PR¦SS-saw-vahah])

Burzio C Nicolaus Burzio C NEE-ko-lahôôss BOOR-tseeo C (known also as Nicolaus Burtius
[BOOR-tihôôss] and Nicolaus Burci [BOOR-chee])

Burzynski C Gunther Burzynski C GÔÔN-tehr BÔÔR-zinn-skee

Busch C Adolf Busch C AHAH-dawlf BÔÔSH C (known also as Adolf Georg Wilhelm [GAY-
awrk VILL-hellm] Busch)

Busch C Carl Busch C KARL BÔÔSH C (known also as Carl Reinholdt [R¦N-hawlt] Busch)

Busch C Fritz Busch C FRITTSS BÔÔSH

Busch C Hermann Busch C HEHR-mahn BÔÔSH

Busch C William Busch C WILL-lihumm BÔÔSH

Buschkotter C Wilhelm Buschkötter C VILL-hellm BÔÔSH-köt-tur

Bush C Geoffrey Bush C JEFF-free BÔÔSH

Busi Alessandro Busi C ah-layss-SAHN-dro BOO-see

Busnois C Antoine Busnois C ah6-twahn bü-n’wah C (known also as Antoine De Busne [ah6-
twahn duh bün])

Busnoys C Antoine Busnoys C ah6-twahn bü-n’wah

Busoni C Ferruccio Busoni C fayr-ROO-cho boo-ZO-nee C (known also as Ferruccio Dante
Michelangiolo Benvenuto Busoni [fayr-ROO-cho DAHN-tay mee-kay-LAHN-jo-lo bayn-vay-
NOO-toh boo-ZO-nee])

Bussani C Dorothea Bussani C doh-ro-TAY-ah booss-SAH-nee

Bussani C Giacomo Francesco Bussani C JAH-ko-mo frahn-CHAY-sko booss-SAH-nee
Busschop C Jules-Auguste-Guillaume Busschop C zhül-o-güst-ghee-yohm büss-sho

Busse C Barry Busse C BAR-ree BUSS-see

Bussell C Antony Bussell C ANN-tuh-nee BUSS’l

Busser C Henri Büsser C ah6-ree büss-say C (known also as Paul-Henri [pohl-ah6-ree]
Büsser)

Busser C Henri-Paul Busser C ah6-ree-pohl büss-say

Bussine C Romain Bussine C raw-meh6 büss-seen

Bussler C Ludwig Bussler C LOOT-vihh BÔÔSS-lur

Bussotti C Sylvano Bussotti C seel-VAH-no booss-SOHT-tee

Bustabo C Guila Bustabo C GHEE-lah bôô-STAH-bo

Busterud C James Busterud C JAYMZ BUSS-tuh-rood

Bustini C Alessandro Bustini C ah-layss-SAHN-dro boo-STEE-nee

Buths C Julius Buths C YOO-lihôôss BÔÔTSS C (known also as Julius Emil Martin [AY-
meel MAR-teen] Buths)

Butler C Gerry Butler C JEHR-ree BUTT-lur

Butterley C Nigel Butterley C N¦-j’l BUTT-tur-lee C (known also as Nigel Henry [HENN-
ree] Butterley)

Butting C Max Butting C MAHKSS BÔÔT-tihng

Buttstett C Franz Vollrath Buttstett C FRAHNTSS FAWL-raht BÔÔT-shtett

Buttstett C Johann Heinrich Buttstett C YO-hahn H¦N-rihh BÔÔT-shtett

Buttykay C Akos Buttykay C AH-kawsh BÔÔT-tee-k§

Buus C Jacques Buus Czhack BÜÜSS C (known also as Jachet de Buus [zhah-keh deh
BÜÜSS], Jachet de Paus [zhah-keh deh pohss], Jachet van Paus [zhah-keh vunn pohss], and
Jacobus Bohusius [yah-KO-büss bo-HÜ-sihüss])

Buxtehude C Dietrich Buxtehude C DEE-trihh BÔÔK-stuh-hoo-duh
Buys C Jan Brandts-Buys C YAHN BRAHNTSS-BÜRSS

Buyse C Leone Buyse C lee-OH-nuh B¦-zuh

Buzzi peccia C Arturo Buzzi-Peccia C ar-TOO-ro BOOT-tsee-PAY-chah

Buzzolla C Antonio Buzzolla C ahn-TAW-neeo boot-TSOHL-lah

Bwana ni nani C Bwana Ni Nani C BWAH-nah nee NAH-nee C (Kenyan [KENN-yahn] folk
melody)

By the waters of minnetonka C By the waters of Minnetonka C (By the Waters of) minn-nuh-
TAHNG-kah C (song by Thurlow Weed Lieurance [THÔÔR-lo WEED lihÔÔ-rahntss])

Bya C Mung Tha Bya C MÔÔNG tah b’YAH C (Emperor of Burma) C (character in the
opera Das Nusch-Nuschi [dahss NÔÔSH-NÔÔ-shee] — The Nusch-Nuschi; music by Paul
Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuh-mitt] and libretto by Franz Blei [FRAHNTSS BL¦]) C (the
Nusch-Nuschi is a mythical beast, half rat and half alligator) C (the opera is subtitled A Play for
Burmese Marionettes)

Bychkov C Semyon Bychkov C seem-YAWN bihch-KAWF

Byker hill C Byker Hill C B¦-kur HILL

Bylsma C Anner Bylsma C AHN-nur BILLSS-mah

Byng C George W. Byng C JAW-urj W. BIHNG

Byong kon kim C Kim, Byong-kon C KIMM, T’YAHNG-KÔÔN

Byrd C Donald Byrd C DAH-nulld BURD C (known also as Donaldson Toussaint L’Overture
Byrd C DAH-nulld-sunn too-SAYNT LO-vur-t’yôôr BURD)

Byrd C Henry Roeland Byrd C HENN-ree RO-lunnd BURD

Byrd C William Byrd C WILL-lihumm BURD C (known also as William Byrde [BURD] and
William Bird [BURD])

Byrde C William Byrde C WILL-lihumm BURD C (known also as William Byrd [BURD] and
William Bird [BURD])

Byrne C David Byrne C DAY-vudd BURN

Byrne C John Byrne C JAHN BURN
Bystrom C Oscar Fredrik Bernadotte Byström C AWSS-kar FRAYUH-drick BAR-nah-daht-
tuh BÜ-ström

Bystry C Viliam Figuš-Bystrý C VIH-lihumm FIH-gôôsh-BISS-treeee

Byung dong C Paik, Byung-Dong C PECK, T’YAHNG-DÔÔNG

Byung ki hwang C Hwang, Byung-Ki C HAHNG, T’YAHNG-KEE

				
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