H dur C HAHAH DOOR C (key of B major, German designation) H moll

H dur C HAHAH DOOR C (key of B major, German designation) H moll

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H dur C HAHAH DOOR C (key of B major, German designation) H moll C h moll C HAHAH MAWL C (key of b minor, German designation) Ha fortune C Ha, fortune C ah, fawr-tün C (anonymous composition) Ha lachma anya C Ha Lachma Anya C hah lahh-MAHAH-nee-ah C (a song sung in Aramaic [a-ruh-MAY-ick] at Passover) Ha wie will ich triumphieren C Ha! Wie will ich triumphieren C HAH! VEE vill ihh tree-ôômFEE-runn C (aria from the opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail [dee ennt-FÜ-rôông ahoowss 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 [YOhahn GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee] after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner [KRIH-stawf FREETrihh BRETTSS-nur]) Haage C Peter Haage C PAY-tur HAHAH-guh Haan C Willem de Haan C WILL-lumm duh HAHAHN Haanshus C Arne Haanshus C AR-nuh HAWNSS-hewss Haapanen C Toivo Haapanen C TAWIH-vaw HAHAH-pah-nenn C (known also as Toivo Elias [EH-lih-ahss] Haapanen) Haar C James Haar C JAYMZ HAR Haarklou C Johannes Haarklou C yoo-HAHN-nuss HAWR-klo Haas C Joseph Haas C YOHOH-zeff HAHAHSS Haas C Karl Haas C KARL HAHAHSS C (known also as Karl Wilhelm Jacob [VILL-hellm YAHAH-kawp] Haas) Haas C Monique Haas C maw-neek hahss Haas C Pavel Haas C PAH-vell HAHAHSS Haas C Robert Haas C ROHOH-bert HAHAHSS C (known also as Robert Maria [mah-REEah] Haas) Haas C Werner Haas C VEHR-nur HAHAHSS Haase C Hans Haase C HAHNSS HAHAH-zuh

Haaser C Hans Richter-Haaser C HAHNSS RIHH-tur-HAHAH-zur Haba C Alois Hába C AH-law-iss HAHAH-bah Haba C Karel Hába C KAH-rell HAHAH-bah Habanera C ah-bah-NAY-rah C (a dance) C (excerpt from the opera Carmen [KAR-m’n]; music by Georges Bizet [zhawrzh bee-zay]; libretto by Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee]) Habeneck C François-Antoine Habeneck C frah6-swah ah6-twahn ah-buh-neck Haberbier C Ernst Haberbier C EHRNST HAH-ber-peer Haberl C Franz Xaver Haberl C FRAHNTSS KSAH-ver HAH-berl Habert C Johannes Evangelista Habert C yo-HAHN-ness ay-vahn-gay-LEESS-tah HAH-bert Habich C Eduard Habich C AY-dooart HAH-bihh Hac in anni ianua C HAHK inn AHN-nih IHAH-nôôuh C (In This, the Doorway to the Year) C (anonymous composition) Hac valle florida C In hac valle florida C inn hahk VAHL-lay FLO-rih-duh C (poem by Benedictheuem [beh-neh-DEEK-toy-emm] set to music by John Playford [JAHN PLAY-furd]) Hacar C Carlos Hacar C KAR-lawss ah-KAR Hackh C Otto Hackh C AHT-toh HAHK C (known also as Otto Christoph [KRISS-tawf] Hackh) Had i jubals lyre C O Had I Jubal's Lyre C (O had I) JOO-b'lz L¦R C (excerpt from the oratorio Joshua [JAH-shuh-wuh]; music by George Frideric Handel [JAW-urj FRIH-duh-rick HANN-d’l] and libretto by Thomas Morell(?) [TAH-muss maw-RELL]) Hadjidakis C Manos Hadjidakis C MAH-nuss hahth-zee-TH¦-kiss C (known also as Manos Hadzidakis [hahth-zee-TH¦-kiss]) Hadow C Sir William Henry Hadow C (Sir) WILL-lihumm HENN-ree HA-doh Hadrianus C Emanuel Hadrianus C eh-MAH-nüell hahd-rihAH-nôôss C (the first name is also spelled Emmanuel [emm-MAH-nüell], and the surname is also spelled as Adriaensen, Adrianssen, Adriansen, and Adriaenssen, all pronounced ah-DREEN-sunn) Hadzhiev C Parashken Hadzhiev C pah-rash-KENN hahd-JEE-eff

Hadzidakis C Manos Hadzidakis C MAH-nuss hahth-zee-TH¦-kiss C (known also as Manos Hadjidakis [MAH-nuss hahth-zee-TH¦-kiss]) Haebler C Ingrid Haebler C IHNG-gritt HEPP-lur Haec dies C HAYK DIH-ayss C (This Is the Day) C (sacred music, Latin title used by various composers) Haec est quae nescavit C HAYK esst kooay NAYSS-kuh-vitt C (antiphon [ANN-tuh-funn] by Giacomo Finetti [JAH-ko-mo fee-NAYT-tee]) Haeffner C Johann Christian Friedrich Haeffner C YO-hahn KRIH-stihahn FREET-rihh HEFF-nur Haefliger C Ernst Haefliger C EHRNST HEFF-lih-gur Haenchen C Hartmut Haenchen C HART-môôt HENN-hunn Haendel C Georg Friedrich Haendel C [GAY-awrk FREET-rihh HENN-tull] C (a German spelling and pronunciation of Handel’s original German name; see also Händel and Handel) Haendel C Ida Haendel C {¦-duh HENN-dull} EE-dah HENN-dell Haene C Rafaël D’Haene C rah-fah-ell dah-nuh Haesche C William Edwin Haesche C WILL-lihumm EDD-wunn HEHSH Hafez C Abdel Halim Hafez C AHB-duhl hah-LEEM HAH-fezz C (known also as Abdel Halim Hafez Shabana [AHB-duhl hah-LEEM HAH-fezz shah-BAH-nah]) Haffner C Carl Haffner C KARL HAHF-nur Haffner and genee C Haffner & Genée C (Carl Haffner [KARL HAHF-nur] and Richard Genée [RIH-hart zhuh-nay]) Hafgren C Lily Hafgren C LEE-lü HAHF-grenn C (known also as Lily Johana Maria [yooHAH-nah mah-REE-ah] Hafgren) Hagegard C Håkan Hagegård C HAW-kahn HAH-gay-gawrd Hagel C Richard Hagel C RIH-hart HAH-gull Hageman C Maurits Hageman C MO-rittss AH-kuh-mahn C (known also as Maurits Leonard [LAY-o-nart] Hageman)

Hageman C Richard Hageman C {RIH-churd HAY-guh-munn} ree-shar AH-kuh-mahn Hagen C Clemens Hagen C KLAY-mennss HAH-gunn Hagen C Francis Florentine Hagen C FRANN-suss FLAW-runn-teen HAY-gunn Hagen C Friedrich Heinrich von der Hagen C FREET-rihh H¦N-rihh fawn der HAH-gunn Hagen C HAH-gunn C (character in the opera Götterdämmerung [GÖT-tur-temm-muhrôông] — Twilight of the Gods; music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur]; libretto after Siegfrieds Tod [ZEEK-freetss TOHT] — Siegfried’s Death) Hagen C Lukas Hagen C LOO-kahss HAH-gunn Hagen C Peter Albrecht Van Hagen C {PEE-tur AHL-breckt vann HAY-gunn} PAY-tur AHL-brehht funn HAH-kunn Hagen C Theodor Hagen C TAY-o-dohohr HAH-gunn Hagen C Veronika Hagen C fay-RO-nih-kah HAH-gunn Hagen C Werner Hagen C VEHR-nur HAH-gunn Hagen groll C Walter Hagen-Groll C VAHL-tur HAH-gunn-GRAWL Hagen quartett C Hagen Quartett C HAH-gunn {kôôawr-TETT} k’var-TETT Hager C Leopold Hager C LAY-o-pawlt HAH-gur Hagerup bull C Edvard Hagerup Bull C EDD-var HAH-guh-rewp BEWL Hagg C Gustaf Wilhelm Hägg C GÜSS-tahf VEEL-hellm HEGG C (known also as Gustaf Wilhelm Hägg Peterson [PEH-ter-sawn]) Hagg C Jakob Adolf Hägg C YAHAH-kôôb AH-dôôlf HEGG Haggander C Mari Anne Häggander C MAH-rih AHN-nay HAG-gahn-dayr Haggin C Bernard H. Haggin C BUR-nurd H. HAG-gunn Hahn C Reynaldo Hahn C ray-NAHL-doh HAHN Hahn C Ulrich Hahn C ÔÔL-rihh HAHN C (the last name is also spelled Han [HAHN]; known also as Udalricus Gallus [oo-DAHL-rih-kôôss GAHL-lôôss])

Hai ben ragione C hahee bayn rah-JO-nay 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]) Hai gia vinta la causa C Hai già vinta la causa! C HAHEE jah VEEN-tah lah KAHOO-zah! C (The Count’s aria from 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]) Haibel C Jakob Haibel C YAHAH-kawp HAHEE-buhl C (known also as Johann Petrus [YOhahn PEH-trôôss] Jakob Haibel) Haiden C Hans Haiden C HAHNSS HAHEE-dunn C (the last name is also spelled Heyden [H¦-dunn] and Heiden [H¦-dunn]) Haiden C Sebald Haiden C ZAY-bahlt HAHEE-dunn C (the last name is also spelled Heyden [H¦-dunn] and Heiden [H¦-dunn]) Haieff C Alexei Haieff C {ah-LECK-say HAHEE-uff} ah-lyick-SAYEE HAHIH-eff C (known also as Alexei Vasilievich [vah-SEE-liheh-vihch] Haieff) Hail bright cecilia C Hail! Bright Cecilia C (Hail! Bright) suh-SEE-leeuh C (ode by Henry Purcell [HENN-ree PUR-s'l]) Haile C Eugen Haile C {yôô-JEEN HAYL} oy-GAYN HAHIH-luh Hailstork C Adolphus Hailstork C ah-DAWL-fuss HAYL-stawrk C (known also as Adolphus Cunningham [KUNN-nihng-umm] Hailstork) Haim C Nicola Francesco Haim C nee-KO-lah frahn-CHAY-sko AHEEM C (the last name is also spelled Haym [¦M]) Haim C Paul Ben-Haim C PAWL BENN-HAYM Hainl C François Hainl C frah6-swah ahee-n’l Haitink C Bernard Haitink C BEHR-nart HAHIH-tihngk C (known also as Bernard Johann Herman [YO-hahn HEHR-mahn] Haitink) Haitzinger C Anton Haitzinger C AHN-tohohn HAHEET-tsihng-ur C (the last name is also spelled Haizinger [HAHEE-tsihng-ur]) Haizinger C Anton Haizinger AHN-tohohn HAHEE-tsihng-ur C (the last name is also spelled Haitzinger [HAHEET-tsihng-ur])

Hajdu C Andre Hajdu C ahn-DRAY HAH-djoo C (Hebrew pronunciation) Hajdu C André Hajdu C AHN-dray H¦-dôô C (Hungarian pronunciation) Hajdu C Lóránt Hajdú C LOHOH-rahahnt H¦-doo Hajdu C Mihály Hajdu C mih-HAHAH-yee H¦-dôô Hajek C Horst Hajek C HAWRST HAH-yeck Hajossyova C Magdalena Hajossyova C MAHG-dah-leh-nah HAH-yohsh-sheeo-vah Hakansson C Knut Håkansson C k’NÜT HAW-kahn-sawn C (known also as Knut Algot [ALgawt] Håkansson) Haken C Eduard Haken C EH-dôôart HAH-kenn Hakim C Talib Rasul Hakim C tah-LEEB rah-SOOL hah-KEEM Haladyna C Jeremy Haladyna C JEH-ruh-mee hah-lah-DEE-nah Halasz C László Halász C {LAHSS-lo HAH-lahss} LAHAHSS-lohoh HAH-lahahss Hale C Adan de la Hale C ah-dah6 duh lah ahl C (known also as Adam de la Halle [ah-dah6 duh lah ahl], Adan le Bossu [ah-dah6 luh bawss-sü], Adan le Boscu d’Arras [ah-dah6 luh bawss-kü dar-rah], and Adan d’Arras [ah-dah6 dar-rah]) Haleluya pelo tsa rona C Haleluya! Pelo tsa rona C hah-lay-LOO-yah! PAY-lo tsah RO-nah C (traditional South African hymn) Halem C Victor von Halem C FICK-tawr fawn HAH-lumm Halevy C Fromental Halévy C fraw-mah6-tahl ah-lay-vee C (known also as JacquesFrançois-Fromental-Elie Halévy [zhack-frah6-swah-fraw-mah6-tahl-eh-lee ah-lay-vee]) Halevy C Ludovic Halévy C lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee Halewijn C Herman Halewijn C HEHR-mahn HAHAH-leh-wayn Halffter C Cristóbal Halffter C kreess-TOH-vahl ahlf-TEHR C (known also as Cristóbal Halffter Jiménez [hee-MAY-nehth] and as Cristóbal Halffter Jiménez-Encina [hee-MAY-nehthayn-THEE-nah]) Halffter C Ernesto Halffter C ehr-NAYSS-toh ahlf-TEHR C (known also as Ernesto Halffter Escriche [ayss-KREE-chay])

Halffter C Rodolfo Halffter C ro-DAWL-fo ahlf-TEHR C (known also as Rodolfo Halffter Escriche [ayss-KREE-chay]) Halffter escriche C Ernesto Halffter Escriche C ehr-NAYSS-toh ahlf-TEHR ayss-KREEchay C (known also as Ernesto Halffter) Halffter escriche C Rodolfo Halffter Escriche C ro-DAWL-fo ahlf-TEHR ayss-KREE-chay C (known also as Rodolfo Halffter) Halffter jimenez C Cristóbal Halffter Jiménez C kreess-TOH-vahl ahlf-TEHR hee-MAYnehth C (known also as Cristóbal Halffter) Halilem C ah-lee-LEMM C (a medieval song of the Jews who were expelled from Spain in 1492 and who settled in Yugoslavia and Bulgaria) Halir C Carl HaliÍ C KARL HAH-lihrsh Hall C Pauline Hall C paew-LEE-nuh HAHL C (known also as Pauline Margarete [mar-gahREHEH-tuh] Hall) Hallberg C Björn Wilho Hallberg C b’YÖRN VEEL-hoo HAHL-barg Halle C Adam de la Halle C ah-dah6 duh lah ahl C (known also as Adan de la Hale [ah-dah6 duh lah ahl], Adan le Bossu [ah-dah6 luh bawss-sü], Adan le Boscu d’Arras [ah-dah6 luh bawss-kü dar-rah], and Adan d’Arras [ah-dah6 dar-rah]) Halle C Halle C HAHL-luh C (German city) Halle C Sir Charles Hallé C (Sir) CHAH-rullz HAL-lay C (known also as Carl Halle [KARL HAHL-luh]) Hallelujah C hal-luh-LOO-yah C (excerpt from The Messiah, an oratorio, with music by George Frideric Handel [JAW-urj FRIH-duh-rick HANN-d’l] and libretto adapted by Charles Jennens [CHAH-rullz JENN-nunnz] from the Bible and Prayer Book) Hallen C Andreas Hallén C ahn-DRAY-ahss HAHL-layuhn C (known also as Johannes [yoHAHN-nuss] Andreas Hallén]) Haller C Michael Haller C MIH-hah-ell HAHL-lur Hallgrimsson C Haflidi Hallgrimsson C haff-LEE-dee hahl-GRIMM-sunn C (known also as Haflidi Magnus [M!W-nôôss] Hallgrimsson) Hallnas C Hilding Hallnäs C HILL-dihng HAHL-ness C (known also as Johan [YOO-hahn] Hilding Hallnäs)

Hallstrom C Ivar Hallström C EE-var HAHL-ström C (known also as Ivar Christian [KRISStihahn] Hallström) Halm C August Otto Halm C AHÔÔ-gôôst AWT-toh HAHLM Halperin C Art Halperin C ART HAL-puh-rinn Halpern C Steven Halpern C STEE-vunn HAL-purn Halstead C Anthony Halstead C ANN-thuh-nee HAWL-stedd Halt C Halt! C HAHLT! 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 SHÖnuh MÜL-luh-rinn] — The Miller’s Lovely Daughter) Halvorsen C Johan Halvorsen C YOO-ahn HAHL-vaw-sh’n Halvorsen C Leif Halvorsen C LAIHF HAHL-vaw-sh’n Hamabe no uta C Hamabe No Uta C hah-mah-beh naw oo-tah C (Song of the Seashore) C (traditional Japanese song arranged by Tamezo Narita [tah-meh-zaw nah-lee-tah]) C (another arrangement by J. Iveson [(J.) ¦V-s’n]) Hamal C Henri Hamal C ah6-ree ah-mahl Hamal C Henri-Guillaume Hamal C ah6-ree-ghee-yohm ah-mahl Hamal C Jean-Noël Hamal C zhah6-no-ell ah-mahl Haman C HAY-munn Haman and mordecai C Haman and Mordecai C HAY-munn (and) MAWR-dih-kahee C (musical work by George Frideric Handel [JAW-urj FRIH-duh-rick HANN-d’l]) Hamari C Julia Hamari C YÔÔ-lihah HAH-mah-ree Hamavdil C hah-mahv-DEEL C (The Comparison — a prayer for the end of Shabath [shahBAHT] or Sabbath) C (composition by Oedoen Partos [Ö-dön PAR-tohsh]) Hambourg C Boris Hambourg C {BAW-riss HAMM-burg} bah-REESS GAHM-bôôrk Hambourg C Jan Hambourg C YAHN GAHM-bôôrk Hambourg C Mark Hambourg C {MARK HAMM-burg} MARK GAHM-bôôrk

Hambourg C Michael Hambourg C M¦-kull HAMM-burg C (known also as Mikhail Hambourg [mee-kahEEL GAHM-bôôrk]) Hamboys C John Hamboys C JAHN HAMM-boyz C (the last name is also spelled Hanboys [HANN-boyz]) Hambraeus C Bengt Hambraeus C BEHNGT hahm-BREE-üss Hambrecht C George Hambrecht C JAW-urj HAMM-breckt Hamburg C HAHM-pôôrk Hameenniemi C Eero Hämeenniemi C EHEH-raw HA-mehehn-niheh-mih Hamel C Fred Hamel C FRAYT HAH-mull Hamel C Marie-Pierre Hamel C mah-ree-peeehr ah-mull Hamelle C Jacques Hamelle C zhack ah-mell Hamerik C Asger Hamerik C ASS-kuh HA-muh-rick Hamerik C Ebbe Hamerik C EBB-buh HA-muh-rick Hamilton C Iain Hamilton C EE-unn HA-mull-tunn C (known also as Iain Ellis [ELL-luss] Hamilton) Hamlisch C Marvin Hamlisch C MAR-vunn HAMM-lihsh C (known also as Marvin Frederick [FREH-duh-rick] Hamlisch) Hamlish C Marvin Hamlish C MAR-vunn HAMM-lihsh Hamm C Adolf Hamm C AHAH-dawlf HAHM Hammer C Heinrich Hammer C {H¦N-rick HAMM-mur} H¦N-rihh HAHM-mur C (known also as Heinrich Albert Eduard [AHL-pert AY-dooart] Hammer) Hammer C Kurt Hammer C KÔÔRT HAHM-mur Hammerich C Angul Hammerich C AHN-gôôl HAMM-muh-rick Hammerklavier C HAHM-mur-klah-feer C (title given to Sonata No. 29 in B Flat by Ludwig van Beethoven [LOOT-vihh funn BAYAY-toh-funn]) Hammerschlag C János Hammerschlag C YAHAH-nawsh HAHM-mehr-shlahk

Hammerschmidt C Andreas Hammerschmidt C ahn-DRAY-ahss HAHM-mur-shmitt Hammerstein C Oscar Hammerstein C {AHSS-kur HAMM-mur-st§n} AWSS-kar HAHMmur-sht§n Hammerstein C Oscar Hammerstein II C AHSS-kur HAMM-mur-st§n II C (known also as Oscar Greeley Clendenning [GREE-lee klenn-DENN-nihng] Hammerstein II) Hammond stroud C Derek Hammond-Stroud C DEH-reck HAMM-munnd-STRAHOOD Hamor C HAH-mor C (character in the oratorio Jephtha [JEFF-thuh]; music by George Frideric Handel [JAW-urj FRIH-duh-rick HANN-d’l]; libretto by Thomas Morell [TAH-muss maw-RELL] after Judges XI and G. Buchanan [G. buh-KA-nunn]) Hampel C Alfred Hampel C AHL-frayt HAHM-puhl Hampshire C HAMMP-shur Hampson C Thomas Hampson C TAH-muss HAMM-sunn Hamuszewska schaeffer C Mieczys»awa Janina Hamuszewska-Schaeffer C meeeh-chiss-WAHvah yah-NYEE-nah hah-môô-SHEFF-skah-SHEFF-fer C (Hamuszewska has also been spelled Hanuszewska [hah-nôô-SHEFF-skah]) Han C Ulrich Han C ÔÔL-rihh HAHN C (the last name is also spelled Hahn [HAHN]; known also as Udalricus Gallus Han [oo-DAHL-rih-kôôss GAHL-lôôss]) Hanacker mill C Ha’nacker Mill C HA-nuh-kur MILL C (poem by Hilaire Belloc [HIH-lehuhr bell-lahk] set to music by Ivor Gurney [¦-vur GUR-nee]) Hanboys C John Hanboys C JAHN HANN-boyz C (the last name is also spelled Hamboys [HAMM-boyz]) Hancock C Gerre Hancock C JEHR-ree HANN-kahk Handel C Georg Friederich Händel C GAY-awrk FREE-duh-rihh HENN-tull C (a German spelling and pronunciation of Handel’s original German name; see also Haendel and Handel) Handel C Georg Friedrich Händel C GAY-awrk FREET-rihh HENN-tull C (a German spelling and pronunciation of Handel’s original German name; see also Haendel and Handel) Handel C George Frederic Handel (see George Frideric Handel) Handel C George Frideric Handel C JAW-urj FRIH-duh-rick HANN-d’l C (this is the way Handel spelled his name in England)

Handford C Maurice Handford C MAW-russ HANND-fawrd Handler C Händler C HENNT-lur C (merchant) C (character in the opera Djamileh [jah-meeluh]; music by Georges Bizet [zhawrzh bee-zay] and libretto by Louis Gallet [lôôee gahl-leh]) Handrock C Julius Handrock C YOO-lihôôss HAHNT-rawk Handschin C Jacques Handschin C zhack HAHNT-shinn C (known also as Jacques Samuel [sah-môôAYL] Handschin) Handsome mirko C Handsome Mirko C (Handsome) MIHR-ko C (Yugoslavian song) Handt C Herbert Handt C HUR-burt HANNT Hanerot hallalu C Hanerot Hallalu C hah-NEH-rawt hahl-LAH-loo C (These Lights) C (composition by Louis Lewandowski [LOO-ee leh-vahn-DAHF-skee]) Hanff C Johann Nikolaus Hanff C YO-hahn NEE-ko-lahôôss HAHNF Hanfstangel C Marie Hanfstängel C mah-REE-uh HAHNF-shtehng-ull Hanisch C Joseph Hanisch C YOHOH-zeff HAHAH-nihsh Hanissim C Al Hanissim C AHL hah-neess-SEEM C (The Miracles — a Hebrew song sung at Chanukkah [hah-nook-KAH]) Hanke C Karl Hanke C KARL HAHNG-kuh Hann C Georg Hann C GAY-awrk HAHN Hanna C HAHN-nah 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]) Hanna C HAH-n’nah C character in the opera Straszny Dwór [STRAHSH-nih d’VÔÔR] — The Haunted Manor; music by Stanis»aw Moniuszko [stah-NYEESS-wahf mah-neeÔÔSH-kaw] and libretto by Jan Ch“ci½ski [YAHN heh6-TSEE6-skee]) Hannan C Michael Hannan C M¦-kull HANN-nunn C (known also as Michael Francis [FRANN-suss] Hannan) Hannay C Roger D. Hannay C RAH-jur D. hann-NAY C (known also as Roger Durham [DUR-umm] Hannay)

Hanne C HAHN-nuh C (character in the oratorio Die Jahreszeiten [dee YAH-ress-ts§-tunn] — The Seasons; music by Franz Joseph Haydn [FRAHNTSS YOHOH-zeff H¦-d'n] and libretto by Gottfried van Swieten [GAWT-freet funn SVEE-tunn]) Hannikainen C Arvo Hannikainen C AR-vaw HAHN-nih-kahih-nenn C (known also as Arvo Sakari [SAH-kah-rih] Hannikainen) Hannikainen C Ilmari Hannikainen C ILL-mah-rih HAHN-nih-kahih-nenn C (known also as Toivo [TAWIH-vaw] Ilmari Hannikainen]) Hannikainen C Pekka Hannikainen C PECK-kah HAHN-nih-kahih-nenn C (known also as Pietari Juhani [pihEH-tah-rih YÔÔ-hah-nih] Hannikainen) Hannikainen C Tauno Hannikainen C TAHOO-naw HAHN-nih-kahih-nenn C (known also as Tauno Heikki [HEHIHK-kih] Hannikainen) Hannikainen C Väinö Hannikainen C VAIH-nö HAHN-nih-kahih-nenn C (known also as Väinö Aatos [AHAH-tawss] Hannikainen) Hanon C Charles-Louis Hanon C sharl-lôôee ah-naw6 Hanover band C The Hanover Band C (The) HA-no-vur BANND Hanriot C John Hanriot C JAHN HANN-rihutt Hansen C Gottfred Matthison-Hansen C GAWT-frehth maht-TEE-sunn-HANN-sunn C (known also as Johan [yo-HANN] Gottfred Matthison-Hansen) Hansen C Jens Tofte-Hansen C YENNSS TAWF-tuh-HANN-sunn Hansen C Hans Matthison-Hansen C HANNSS maht-TEE-sunn-HANN-sunn Hansen C Robert Hansen C WOH-burt HANN-sunn C (known also as Emil [ay-MEEL] Robert Hansen) Hansen C Wilhelm Hansen C VILL-hellm HANN-sunn Hanslick C Eduard Hanslick C AY-dooart HAHN-slick Hanssens C Charles-Louis Hanssens C shar-luh-lôôee hahnss-sunnss Hantai C Pierre Hantaï C peeehr ahn-tahee Hanus C Jan Hanuš C YAHN HAH-nôôsh

Hanus C Karel Hanuš C KAH-rell HAH-nôôsh Hanuszewska schaeffer C Mieczys»awa Janina Hanuszewska-Schaeffer C meeeh-chiss-WAHvah yah-NYEE-nah hah-nôô-SHEFF-skah-SHEFF-fer C (Hanuszewska has also been spelled Hamuszewska) Har du mod C Har du mod? C HAR doo MAWD? C (Have You Courage?) C (composition by Jean Sibelius [zhah6 sih-BAY-lihôôss]) Harada C Sadao Harada C sah-dahaw hah-lah-dah Harajyo C Akiko Harajyo C ahk-kaw hah-lahj-yaw Harasiewicz C Adam Harasiewicz C AH-dahm hah-rah-seeEH-veech Harasowski C Adam Harasowski C AH-dahm hah-rah-SAWF-skee Haraszti C Emile Harászti C ay-meel hah-RAHAHSS-tee Harbach C Otto Harbach C AHT-toh HAR-bahk C (known also as Otto Abels [AY-buhlss] Harbach) Harbison C John Harbison C JAHN HAR-buh-s’n C (known also as John Harris [HAR-russ] Harbison) Harcourt C Eugène d’Harcourt C ö-zhenn dar-kôôr Harcourt C Marguerite d’Harcourt C mar-gö-reet dar-kôôr Hardegg C Grad Hardegg C GRAHT HAR-teck Hardelot C Guy d’Hardelot C ghüee dar-duh-lo C (known also as Mrs. W. I. Rhodes [ROHDZ]) Hardenberger C Håkan Hardenberger C HAW-kahn HAH-dunn-bar-yer Hare C Ian Hare C EE-unn HEHUHR Harfe C HAR-fuh C (harp) Harich schneider C Eta Harich-Schneider C AY-tah HAH-rihh-shn§-dur C (known also as Eta Margarete Harich-Schneider [AY-tah mar-gah-RAY-tuh HAH-rihh-SHN¦-dur]) Harle C John Harle C JAHN HARL

Harlekin C HAR-luh-kinn C (Harlequin) C (character in the opera Ariadne auf Naxos [ahrihAHT-nuh ahôôf NAHK-sawss]; music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS] and libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal [HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl]) Harlem tanzerin C Harlem Tänzerin C HAR-lumm TENN-tsuh-rinn C (Harlem dancer) C (excerpt from Twelve Songs by Alexander von Zemlinsky [ah-leck-SAHN-tur fawn TSEMMlinn-skee]) Harline C Leigh Harline C LEE HAR-line Harmanmaa C Hanna Härmänmaa C HAHN-nah HAR-mann-mahah Harmat C Artur Harmat C AR-tôôr HAR-maht Harmati C Sándor Harmati C {SANN-dawr har-MAH-tee} SHAHAHN-dawr HAR-mah-tee Harmersbach C Alexander, Freiherr von Spitzmüller-Harmersbach C ah-leck-SAHN-tur, FR¦hehr fawn SHPITTSS-mül-lur-HAR-murss-pahk C (known also as Alexander, Freiherr von Spitzmüller) Harmoneion singers C The Harmoneion Singers C (The) har-MO-nee-unn (Singers) Harmonie in der ehe C Die Harmonie in der Ehe C dee har-mo-NEE inn dayr AY-uh C (song by Franz Joseph Haydn [FRAHNTSS YOHOH-zeff H¦-d'n]) Harmonies du soir C ar-maw-nee dü swar C (Harmonies of the Evening) C composition from Études d’exécution transcendante [ay-tüd degg-zay-kü-seeaw6 trah6-sah6-dah6t] by Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST]) Harmonium C har-MO-nee-umm Harneck C HAR-neck Harnoncourt C Nikolaus Harnoncourt C NEE-ko-lahôôss HAR-nawn-kôôrt / (known also as Johann Nikolaus de la Fontaine und d’Harnoncourt-Unverzagt [YO-hahn NEE-ko-lahôôss duh lah faw6-tenn ôônt dar-naw6-kôôr-ÔÔN-fehr-tsahahkt]) Harnoy C Ofra Harnoy C {O-fruh HAR-noy} AWF-rah HAR-noy Haroun C ah-rôô6 C (character in the opera Djamileh [jah-mee-luh]; music by Georges Bizet [zhawrzh bee-zay] and libretto by Louis Gallet [lôôee gahl-leh]) Harpalus C HAR-puh-luss C (song by Charles Ives [CHAH-rullz ¦VZ]) Harraden C Samuel Harraden C SAMM-yuh-wull HAR-ruh-dunn

Harre jones C Robert Harre-Jones C RAH-burt HAR-johnz Harrell C Lynn Harrell C LINN HAR-rull Harrer C Uwe Christian Harrer C OO-vuh KRIH-stihahn HAR-rur Harrod C William Harrod C WILL-lihumm HAR-rudd Harsanyi C Tibor Harsányi C TIH-bawr har-SHAHAHN-yee Hart C Lorenz Hart C LO-runnz HART Hartemann C Jean-Claude Hartemann C zhah6-klohd AR-tuh-mahn Hartfiel C Jürgen Hartfiel C YÜR-gunn HART-feel Harthan C Hans Harthan C HAHNSS HAR-tahn Hartig C Heinz Hartig C H¦NTSS HAR-tihh C (known also as Heinz Friedrich [FREETrihh] Hartig) Hartleben C Otto Erich Hartleben C AWT-toh AY-rihh HART-lay-bunn Hartliep C Nikki Li Hartliep C NICK-kee lee HART-leep Hartmann C Arthur Hartmann C AR-thur HART-munn C (known also as Arthur Martinus [mar-TEE-nuss] Hartmann) Hartmann C August Wilhelm Hartmann C AHÔÔ-gôôst VILL-hellm HART-mahn Hartmann C Carl Hartmann C KARL HART-mahn Hartmann Emil Hartmann C eh-MEEL HART-mahn C (known also as Emil Wilhelm Emilius Zinn Hartmann [VILL-hellm eh-MEE-lihôôss ZINN HART-mahn]) Hartmann C Georges Hartmann C zhawrzh HART-mahn Hartmann C Johann Ernst Hartmann C yo-HANN EHRNST HART-mahn C (known also as Johann Ernst Joseph Hartmann [yo-HANN EHRNST YOO-zeff HART-mahn]) Hartmann C Johann Peter Emilius Hartmann C yo-HANN PEE-tuh eh-MEE-lihôôss HARTmahn Hartmann C Karl Amadeus Hartmann C KARL ah-mah-DAY-ôôss HART-mahn

Hartmann C Pater Hartmann C PAH-tur HART-mahn Hartmann C Robert Müller-Hartmann C ROHOH-bert MÜL-lur-HART-mahn Hartmann C Rudolf Hartmann C ROO-dawlf HART-mahn Hartmann C Thomas Hartmann C TAW-muss HART-munn C (known also as Thomas Alexandrovich de [uh-lyick-SAHN-druh-vihch day] Hartmann) Hartmann C V. A. Hartmann C (V. A.) HART-mahn Hartog C Eduard de Hartog C AY-düart duh HAR-tawk Hartog C Jacques Hartog C ZHACK HAR-tawk Hartwig C Dieter Härtwig C DEE-tur HEHRT-vihh Harwood C Basil Harwood C BA-zull HAR-wôôd Has tu point veu C ah tü pwah6 vö C (song by Adrian Le Roy [ahd-reeah6 luh r’wah] Haselbock C Martin Haselböck C MAR-teen HAH-zull-bök Haser C August Ferdinand Häser C AHÔÔ-gôôst FEHR-tee-nahnt HAY-zur Haser C Charlotte Häser C har-LAWT-tuh HAY-zur C (known also as Charlotte Henriette [henn-rihETT-tuh] Häser) Haskil C Clara Haskil C KLAH-rah hahss-KEEL Haslinger C Tobias Haslinger C toh-BEE-ahss HAHSS-lihng-ur Hassall C Christopher Hassall C KRISS-tuh-fur HASS-sull Hasse C Faustina Hasse C fahôô-STEE-nah HAHSS-suh Hasse C Johann Adolf Hasse C YO-hahn AHAH-dawlf HAHSS-suh C (known also as Johann Adolph [AHAH-dawlf] Hasse]) Hasse C Karl Hasse C KARL HAHSS-suh Hasse C Max Hasse C MAHKSS HAHSS-suh Hassell C Jon Hassell C JAHN HASS-s’l

Hasselmans C Alphonse Hasselmans C ahl-faw6ss ahss-s’l-mahnss C (known also as Alphonse Jean [zhah6] Hasselmans) Hasselmans C Josef H. Hasselmans C zho-zeff (H.) ahss-s’l-mahnss Hasselmans C Louis Hasselmans C lôôee ahss-s’l-mah6ss Hassler C Caspar Hassler C KAHSS-par HAHSS-lur Hassler C Hans Leo Hassler C HAHNSS LAY-o HAHSS-lur C (known also as Hans Johann [YO-hahn] Leo Hassler) Hassler C Isaak Hassler C EE-sahahk HAHSS-lur Hassler C Jakob Hassler C YAHAH-kawp HAHSS-lur Hassler C Johann Wilhelm Hässler C YO-hahn VILL-hellm HESS-lur Hassliche entlein C Das hässliche Entlein C dahss HESS-lih-huh ENNT-l§n C (The Ugly Duckling) C (song adapted by Johanness Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS] from the story by Hans Christian Andersen [HANNSS KRIH-stihunn AHN-tur-sunn]) Hasta manana C Hasta mañana C AH-stah mah-n’YAH-nah C (composition by Ulvaeus [ôôlVAHAY-ôôss], Andersson [AHN-derss-sunn], and Anderson [ANN-dur-sunn]) Hastreiter C Helene Hastreiter C huh-LAYN HAHST-r§-tur Hat dich die liebe beruhrt C Hat dich die Liebe berührt C haht DIHH dee LEE-buh buhRÜRT C (If love has touched you) C (song by Joseph Marx [YOHOH-zeff MARKSS]) Hat gesagt bleibts nicht dabei C Hat gesagt — bleibt’s nicht dabei C HAHT guh-ZAHKT — bl§ptss nihht dah-b§ C (Promises Made and Broken) C (poem from Des Knaben Wunderhorn [dess k’NAHAH-bunn VÔÔN-tur-hawrn] — The Youth’s Magic Horn — set to music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS]) Hat sie schon einmal C Hat sie schon einmal C HAHT zee SHOHN ¦N-mahl C (aria from 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]) Hata C Háta C HAHAH-tah C (character in the opera Prodaná nevsta [PRAW-dah-nahah NEH-vyess-tah] — The Bartered Bride; music by BedÍich Smetana [BEDD-rshihk SMEH-tuhnuh] and libretto by Karel Sabina [KAH-rell SAH-bih-nah]) Hatano C Hitoshi Hatano C h’tawsh hah-tah-naw

Hatrik C Juraj Hatrík C YÔÔ-r§ HAHT-reeeek Hattstaedt C John James Hattstaedt C JAHN JAYMZ HATT-stedd Hatze C Josip Hatze C YAH-sipp HAHT-tseh Haubenstock ramati C Roman Haubenstock-Ramati C RO-mahn HAHÔÔ-benn-shtahk-rahMAH-tee Haubiel C Charles Trowbridge Haubiel C CHAH-rullz TRO-bridj HAHÔÔ-bihell Haudebert C Lucien Haudebert C lü-seeah6 o-duh-behr Hauer C Josef Matthias Hauer C YOHOH-zeff mah-TEE-ahss HAHÔÔ-ur Hauer riedl C Robert Hauer-Riedl C ROHOH-behrt HAHÔÔ-ur-REE-d'l Haug C Gustav Haug C GÔÔ-stahf HAHÔÔK Haug C Hans Haug C HAHNSS HAHÔÔK Haugland C Aage Haugland C O-huh HAHÔÔG-lahn Hauk C Minnie Hauk C MINN-nee HAHÔÔK Hauke C Ernst Hauke C EHRNST HAHÔÔ-kuh Haupt C Eckart Haupt C EH-kart HAHÔÔPT Haupt C Karl August Haupt C KARL AHÔÔ-gôôst HAHÔÔPT Haupt voll blut und wunden C O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden C O HAHÔÔPT fawl BLOOT ôônt VÔÔN-tunn C (O Sacred Head Sore Wounded) C (choral excerpt from the St. Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Hauptmann C Anna Milder-Hauptmann C AHN-nah MILL-tur-HAHÔÔPT-mahn C (known also as Pauline [pahôô-LEE-nuh] Anna Milder-Hauptmann) Hauptmann C Cornelius Hauptmann C kawr-NAY-lihôôss HAHÔÔPT-mahn Hauptmann C Ein Hauptmann C §n HAHÔÔPT-mahn C (A captain) C (character in the opera Eugen Onegin or Yevgeny Onegin [yevv-GAY-nee ah-NYAY-ghinn]; music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky [p’YAW-t’r ill-YEECH {chahih-KAWF-skee} chay-KAWF-skee]; libretto by Konstantin Shilovsky [kahn-stahn-TYEEN shih-LAWF-skee] and P. I. Tchaikovsky after

Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin [uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r sehr-GAY-yeh-vihch POOSH-kinn]) Hauptmann C Elisabeth Hauptmann C ay-LEE-zah-bett HAHÔÔPT-mahn Hauptmann C Moritz Hauptmann C MO-rittss HAHÔÔPT-mahn Hauschka C Vincenz Hauschka C VINN-tsennss HAHÔÔSH-kah Hausegger C Friedrich von Hausegger C FREET-rihh fawn HAHÔÔ-zegg-gur Hausegger C Siegmund von Hausegger C ZEEK-môônt fawn HAHÔÔ-zegg-gur Hauser C Miska Hauser C MISS-kah HAHÔÔ-zur Haushofmeister bei der feldmarschallin C Der Haushofmeister bei der Feldmarschallin C dayr HAHÔÔSS-hawf-m§-stur b§ dayr FELLT-mar-shahl-linn C (the Marschallin’s [MAR-shahllinnz] majordomo) C (character in the opera Der Rosenkavalier [dayr RO-zunn-kah-fah-leer] — The Knight of the Rose; music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHOOSS] and libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal [HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl]) Haushofmeister bei faninalC Der Haushofmeister bei Faninal C dayr HAHÔÔSS-hawf-m§-stur b§ FAH-nih-nahl C Faninal’s majordomo) 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]) Hausknecht C HAHÔÔSS-k’neht C (porter) 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]) Hausler C Regula Häusler C RAY-gôô-lah HOYSS-lur Hausmann C Robert Hausmann C ROHOH-bert HAHÔÔSS-mahn Haussermann C John Haussermann C JAHN HAHÔÔSS-sur-munn C (known also as John William [WILL-lihumm] Haussermann, Jr.) Haussmann C Valentin Haussmann C FAHAH-lenn-teen HAHÔÔSS-mahn Hausswald C Günter Hausswald C GÜN-tur HAHÔÔSS-vahlt Haute contre C Haute-contre C oht-kaw6-tr’ C (counter-tenor) Hautzig C Walter Hautzig C {WAWL-tur HAHÔÔT-zigg} VAHL-tur HAHÔÔT-tsihh Hauwe C Walter van Hauwe C WAHL-tur funn HAHÔÔ-weh

Havanaise C ah-vah-nezz C (suite by Camille Saint-Saëns [{kah-meel seh6-sah6ss} kah-meey’ seh6-sah6ss]) Havelka C Svatopluk Havelka C SVAH-toh-plôôk HAH-vell-kuh Havemann C Gustav Havemann C GÔÔ-stahf HAH-fuh-mahn Haver C Vincenzo Bell’Haver C veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-AH-vayr Havingha C Gerhardus Havingha C ker-AR-düss hah-VIHNG-guh Hawel C Jan Wincenty Hawel C YAHN veen-TSENN-tih HAH-vell Hayasaka C Fumio Hayasaka C hoo-meeaw hah-yah-sah-kah Hayashi C Hikaru Hayashi C h’kah-loo hah-yahsh Hayashi C KenzÇ Hayashi C keh6-zawaw hah-yahsh C (known also as KenzÇ Hayashi Nagaya [nah-gah-yah]) Haydn C Franz Joseph Haydn C FRAHNTSS YOHOH-zeff H¦-d'n Haydn C Michael Haydn C MIH-hah-ell H¦-dn C (known also as Johann Michael Haydn [YO-hahn MIH-hah-ell H¦-dn]) Haydon C Glen Haydon C GLENN HAY-d’n Hayinu C Avadim Hayinu C AH-vah-deem hah-YEE-noo C (Once we were slaves — a Passover song) Haym C Nicola Francesco Haym C nee-KO-lah frahn-CHAY-sko ¦M C (the last name is also spelled Haim [AHEEM]) Hayo haya C Hayo Haya C hah-YO hah-YAH C (Once Upon a Time) C Chassidic [hahssSIH-dick] song) Hazel C Chris Hazell C KRISS HAY-z'l Hazelzet C Wilbert Hazelzet C WILL-burt HAH-zull-zett Hazeremos una merenda C Hazeremos una Merenda C ah-thay-RAY-mawss OO-nah mayRAYN-dah C (Let’s Make a Meal) C (Sephardic [suh-FAR-dick] song) He oui je serai mort et apres C Hé oui, je serai mort. Et après? C ay wee, zhuh s’reh mawr. ay ah-preh? C (poem by Maurice Carême [mo-reess kah-remm] set to music by Jacques

Chailley [zhack shahee-yee]) He zigeuner C He, Zigeuner C HAY, tsee-GOY-nur C (Hey, Gypsy) C (Hungarian lyric translated to German by Hugo Conrat [HOO-go KAWN-raht] and set to music by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS]) Healey C Derek Healey C DEH-reck HEE-lee Heartz C Daniel Heartz C DA-n’yull HURTZ C (known also as Daniel Leonard [LEH-nurd] Heartz) Hebbel C Friedrich Hebbel C FREET-rihh HEPP-puhl Hebble C Robert Hebble C RAH-burt HEBB-b'l Hebenstreit C Pantaleon Hebenstreit C pahn-tah-LAY-awn HAY-bunn-shtr§t Hebet sidus C HEH-bett SEE-dôôss C (The star that once lit my face with joy) C (excerpt from the 13th-century manuscript Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-RAH-nah]) Hecate C {HEH-kutt} HEH-ka-tay C (Greek goddess) Heckel C Emil Heckel C AY-meel HEH-kull Heckel C Johann Adam Heckel C YO-hahn AHAH-dahm HEH-kull Heckel C Wolf Heckel C VAWLF HEH-kull Heckmann C Werner Heckmann C VEHR-nur HECK-mahn Heckscher C Céleste de Longpré Heckscher C say-lesst duh lawng-pray HECK-shur Hedberg C Tor Hedberg C TÔÔR HEDD-bary’ Hedouin C Pierre Hédouin C peeehr ay-dôôeh6 Hedwall C Lennart Hedwall C LENN-nart HEHUHD-vahl Heermann C Hugo Heermann C HOO-go HAYR-mahn Hegar C Friedrich Hegar C FREET-rihh HAY-gar Hegedus C Ferenc Hegedüs C FEH-renntss HEH-gheh-düsh Heger C Robert Heger C ROHOH-bert HAY-gur

Hegge C Odd Grüner-Hegge C AWD GRÜ-nur HEGG-guh C (Grüner has also been spelled Grünner [GRÜN-nur]) Hegner C Anton Hegner C ANN-tawn HEGG-nuh Hegner C Otto Hegner C AWT-toh HEGG-nur Hegyesi C Louis Hegyesi C LÔÔ-iss HEH-jeh-shee Hei C Hong, Hei-Kyung C HAWNG, HAY-K’YAHNG Hei kyung C Hong, Hei-Kyung C HAWNG, HAY-K’YAHNG Heidelberg C {H¦-dull-burg} H¦-dull-pehrk Heiden C Bernhard Heiden C {BUR-nurd H¦-d’n} BEHRN-hart H¦-dunn Heiden C Hans Heiden C HAHNSS H¦-dunn C (the last name is also spelled Heyden [H¦dunn] and Haiden [HAHEE-dunn]) Heiden C Sebald Heyden C ZAY-bahlt H¦-dunn C (the last name is also spelled Heiden [H¦dunn] and Haiden [HAHEE-dunn]) Heidenroslein C Heidenröslein C H¦-dunn-röss-l§n C (Little Wild Rose) C song by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert]) Heider C Werner Heider C VEHR-nur H¦-dur Heidingsfeld C Ludwig Heidingsfeld C LOOT-vihh H¦-dihngss-fellt Heidrich C Günter Heidrich C GÜN-tur H¦T-rihh Heifetz C Daniel Heifetz C DA-n’yull H¦-futtss C (known also as Daniel Alan [A-lunn] Heifetz) Heifetz C Jascha Heifetz C YAH-shah H¦-futtss Heighway C John Heighway C JAHN HAY-way Heil sei euch geweihten C Heil sei euch Geweihten C H¦L z§ oyh guh-V¦-tunn C (final chorus from the opera Die Zauberflöte [dee TSAHÔÔ-bur-flö-tuh] — The Magic Flute; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart] and libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder [ay-MAHAH-nooayl SHEE-kah-nay-dur]) Heilge quelle C Heil’ge Quelle C H¦L-guh k’VAYL-luh C (excerpt from 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-güssteh6 kah-raw6 duh bo-mar-sheh]) Heilges geist und wasserbad C O heilges Geist und Wasserbad C O H¦L-guss GH¦ST ôônt VAHSS-sur-paht C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suhBASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Heilig C H¦-lihh C (Holy) C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach [KARL FEE-lipp ay-MAHAH-nooayl BAHK]) Heiligen drei konige aus morgenland C Die heiligen drei Könige aus Morgenland C dee H¦-lihgunn DR¦ KÖ-nih-guh ahôôss MAWR-gunn-lahnt C (The Three Holy Kings From the Orient) C (composition for orchestra and soprano voice by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS]) Heiliges band der freundschaft C O heiliges Band der Freundschaft C O H¦-lih-guss bahnt dayr FROYNT-shahft C (song by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mahDAY-ôôss MO-tsart]) Heiller C Anton Heiller C AHN-tohohn H¦L-lur Heilman C William Clifford Heilman C WILL-lihumm KLIFF-furd H¦L-munn Heilmann C Uwe Heilmann C OO-vuh H¦L-mahn Heimkehr C H¦M-kayr C (Homecoming) C (composition by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS]) Heimliche aufforderung C Heimliche Aufforderung C H¦M-lih-huh AHÔÔF-fawr-duh-rôông C (Secret Invitation) C (song by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS]) Heimliche leid C Das heimliche Leid C dahss H¦M-lih-huh L¦T C (The Secret Harm) C (poem by Ernst Koch [EHRNST KAWK] set to music by Ludwig Spohr [LOOT-vihh SHPOHR] — also known as Louis Spohr [lôôee spawr]) Heimweh C H¦M-vay C (Nostalgia) C (poem by Klaus Groth [KLAHÔÔSS GRAWT] set to music by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS]) Hein C Carl Hein C KARL H¦N Heindorf C Ray Heindorf C RAY H¦N-dawrf Heine C Heinrich Heine C H¦N-rihh H¦-nuh

Heine lieder C Heine-Lieder C H¦-nuh-LEE-dur Heinefetter C Clara Heinefetter C KLAH-rah H¦-nuh-fett-tur Heinefetter C Kathinka Heinefetter C kah-TIHNG-kah H¦-nuh-fett-tur Heinefetter C Maria Heinefetter C mah-REE-ah H¦-nuh-fett-tur Heinefetter C Sabine Heinefetter C sah-BEE-nuh H¦-nuh-fett-tur Heinemann C Alfred Heinemann C AHL-frayt H¦-nuh-mahn Heinemann C Susan Heinemann C SOO-zunn H¦-nuh-mahn Heinemeyer C Ernst Wilhelm Heinemeyer C EHRNST VILL-hellm H¦-nuh-m§-ur Heinichen C Johann David Heinichen C YO-hahn DAH-fitt H¦-nih-hunn Heininen C Paavo Heininen C PAHAH-vaw HEHIH-nih-nenn C (known also as Paavo Johannes [yaw-HAHN-ness] Heininen) Heinio C Mikko Heiniö C MICK-kaw HEHIH-nihö Heinitz C Wilhelm Heinitz C VILL-hellm H¦-nittss Heink C Ernestine Schumann-Heink C ehr-nuh-STEE-nuh SHOO-mahn-H¦NGK Heinrich C Anthony Philip Heinrich C ANN-thuh-nee FIH-lupp H¦N-rick C (known also as Anton Philipp Heinrich [AHN-tohohn FEE-lipp H¦N-rihh]) Heinrich C Hans Heinrich, XIV, Bolko Graf von Hochberg C HAHNSS H¦N-rihh, XIV, BAWL-ko GRAHF fawn HAWK-pehrk C (Graf = Count) Heinrich C Hubert Heinrich C HOO-bert H¦N-rihh Heinrich C Isaac Heinrich C ee-ZACK H¦N-rihh Heinrich C Max Heinrich C {MACKSS H¦N-rick} MAHKSS H¦N-rihh Heinrich der vogler C Heinrich der Vogler C H¦N-rihh dayr FAWK-lur C (composition by Carl Loewe [KARL LÖ-vuh]) Heinroth C Johann August Günther Heinroth C YO-hahn AHÔÔ-gôôst GÜN-tur H¦N-rawt Heinsheimer C Hans Heinsheimer C HANNZ H¦N-sh§-mur C (known also as Hans Walter

[VAHL-tur] Heinsheimer) Heintze C Gustaf Heintze C GÜSS-tahf H¦NT-tsuh C (known also as Gustaf Hjalmar [h’YAHL-mar] Heintze) Heinz C H¦NTSS Heinze C Gustav Adolf Heinze C GÔÔ-stahf AHAH-dawlf H¦N-tsuh Heinze C Sir Bernard Heinze C SUR-BUR-nurd H¦NZ C (known also as Sir Bernard Thomas [TAH-muss] Heinze) Heise C Peter Heise C PEE-tuh H¦-suh C (known also as Peter Arnold [AR-nawl] Heise) Heiss C Hermann Heiss C HEHR-mahn H¦SS Heiss C John Heiss C JAHN H¦SS Heiss mich nicht reden C h§ss mihh nihht RAY-dunn C (Bid Me Not Speak) C (poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe [YO-hahn VAWLF-gahng fawn GÖ-tuh] set to music by Hugo Wolf [HOO-go VAWLF]) C (poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe [YO-hahn VAWLFgahng fawn GÖ-tuh] set to music by Robert Schumann [ROHOH-bert SHOO-mahn]) Heiter C Amalie Heiter C ah-MAHAH-lihuh H¦-tur Hekking C André Hekking C ah6-dray eck-kihng Hekking C Anton Hekking C ahn-TOHN HECK-kihng Hekking C Gérard Hekking C zhay-rar eck-kihng Hekster C Walter Hekster C WAHL-tur HECK-stur Helas madame Hélas Madame C ay-lahss mah-dahm C (Alas, My Lady) C (song attributed to Henry [HENN-ree] VIII) Held C HELLT C (German pronunciation) Helder C Bartholomäus Helder C bar-toh-lo-MEH-ôôss HELL-tur Heldwein C Walter Heldwein C VAHL-tur HELLT-v§n Hele C George de la Hèle C zhawrzh duh lah ayl Helena C HEH-luh-nuh C (character in the opera A Midsummer Night's Dream; music by

Benjamin Britten [BENN-juh-munn BRITT-tunn]; libretto by Britten and Peter Pears [PEEtur PIHUHRZ] after William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr]) Helene C Hélène C ay-lenn C (character in the opera Les vêpres siciliennes [leh veh-pr’ seesee-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]) Helene C Hélène C ay-lenn 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]) Helfer C Walter Helfer C WAWL-tur HELL-fur Helfert C Vladimír Helfert C VLAH-dyih-meeeer HELL-fehrt Helfman C Max Helfman C {MACKSS HELF-munn} MAHKSS HELLF-mahn Helfritz C Hans Helfritz C HAHNSS HELL-frittss Helft mir ihr schwestern C Helft mir, ihr Schwestern C HELLFT meer, eer SHVEH-sturn C (Help Me, Sisters) C (song from Frauenliebe und -leben [FRAHÔÔ-unn-lee-buh ôônt -LAYbunn] — Woman’s Love and Life — a series of songs by Robert Schumann [ROHOH-bert SHOO-mahn] based on texts by Adalbert von Chamisso [AHAH-dahl-pert fawn kah-MISS-so]) Heliopolis C hay-lihO-po-liss C (Heliopolis) C (poem by Johann Baptist Mayrhofer [YO-hahn BAHP-tisst M¦R-ho-fur] set to music by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert]) Hellawell C Piers Hellawell C PIHRZ HELL-luh-well Hellborn C Heinrich Kreissle von Hellborn C H¦N-rihh KR¦SS-luh fawn HELL-pawrn Helle und andres mustonen gewidmet C Helle und Andres Mustonen gewidmet C HELL-luh ôônt AHN-dress MÔÔ-stoh-nunn guh-VITT-mutt C (Dedicated to Helle [HELL-luh] and Andres Mustonen [AHN-dress MÔÔ-stoh-nunn]) Hellendaal C Pieter Hellendaal C PEE-tur HELL-lunn-dahahl Heller C Hans Ewald Heller C {HANNZ EE-wahld HELL-lur} HAHNSS AY-vahlt HELLlur Heller C James G. Heller C JAYMZ G. HELL-lur Heller C Stephen Heller C stay-fenn HELL-lehr C (known also as István [IHSHT-vahahn] Heller)

Hellinck C Lupus Hellinck C LÜ-püss HELL-lihngk C (known also as Lupus Wulfaert [WÜL-fart] Hellinck) Helling C Hilke Helling C HILL-kuh HELL-lihng Hellmesberger C Ferdinand Hellmesberger C FEHR-tee-nahnt HELL-muss-pehr-gur Hellmesberger C Georg Hellmesberger C GAY-awrk HELL-muss-pehr-gur Hellmesberger C Joseph Hellmesberger C YOHOH-zeff HELL-muss-pehr-gur Hellouin C Frédéric Hellouin C fray-day-reek ell-lôôeh6 Hellwig C Karl Ludwig Hellwig C KARL LOOT-vihh HELL-vihh C (known also as Karl Friedrich [FREET-rihh] Ludwig Hellwig) Helm C Anny Helm C AHN-nee HELLM Helm C Theodor Helm C TAY-o-dohohr HELLM C (known also as Theodor Otto [AWTtoh] Helm ) Helmholtz C Hermann von Helmholtz C HEHR-mahn fawn HELLM-hawltss C (known also as Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz [HEHR-mahn LOOT-vihh FEHR-tee-nahnt fawn HELLM-hawltss]) Helms C Hans G. Helms C HAHNSS (G.) HELLMSS Helmund C Erik Meyer-Helmund C AY-rick M¦-ur-HELL-môônt Helmwige C HELLM-vih-guh C (one of the Walküren [vahl-KÜ-runn] — mythical maidens of Odin who choose the heroes to be slain in battle and who conduct their souls into the hall of Odin — a character in the opera Die Walküre [dee vahl-KÜ-ruh], music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur]) Helsted C Gustaf Helsted C GÔÔSS-tahf HELL-stett Heltay C Laszlo Heltay C LAHSS-lo HELL-tay C (anglicized version of László Heltay [LAHAHSS-lohoh HELL-t§]) Hemberg C Eskil Hemberg C ESS-kill HAMM-bary’ C (known also as Bengt Sven [BEHNGT SVENN] Eskil Hemberg) Hemel C Oscar van Hemel C AWSS-kar funn HAY-mull Heming og gygri C HEH-mihng aw YÜ-gree C (Heming and the Witch)

Hemke C Frederick Hemke C FREH-duh-rick HEMM-kee C (known also as Frederick LeRoy [lee-ROY] Hemke) Hemm C Manfred Hemm C MAHN-frayt HEMM Hempel C Frieda Hempel C FREE-dah HEMM-puhl Hemsi C Alberto Hemsi C ahl-BAYR-toh HAYM-see C (known also as Alberto Hemsi Chicurel [ahl-BAYR-toh HAYM-see KEE-koo-rayl]) Henckell C Karl Henckell C KARL HEHNG-kull Hendl C Walter Hendl C WAWL-tur HENN-d’l Henestrosa C Luis Venegas de Henestrosa C looEESS vay-NAY-gahss day ay-nayss-TRO-sah Hengeveld C Gerard Hengeveld C KAY-rart HEHNG-uh-vellt Henkel C Heinrich Henkel C H¦N-rihh HEHNG-kull Henkel C Michael Henkel C MIH-hah-ell HEHNG-kull C (known also as Johann [YOhahn] Michael Henkel) Henkemans C Hans Henkemans C HAHNSS HEHNG-kuh-mahnss Henker C HEHNG-kur C (executioner) C (character in the opera Das Nusch-Nuschi [dahss NÔÔSH-NÔÔ-shee] — The Nusch-Nuschi; music by Paul Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuhmitt] 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) Henneberg C Albert Henneberg C AHL-bert HENN-nuh-bary’ (known also as Carl Albert Theodor Henneberg [KARL AHL-bert TEE-aw-dawr HENN-nuh-bary’]) Henneberg C Johann Baptist Henneberg C YO-hahn BAHP-tisst HENN-nuh-behrk Henneberg C Richard Henneberg C RIH-hart HENN-nuh-behrk Hennerberg C Carl Fredrik Hennerberg C KARL FREHUHD-rick HENN-ner-bary’ Hennes C Aloys Hennes C AHAH-law-üss HENN-nuss Hennessy C Swan Hennessy C SWAHN HENN-nuh-see Hennig C Carl Hennig C KARL HENN-nihh

Hennig C Carl Rafael Hennig C KARL RAH-fah-ell HENN-nihh Hennig C Heinz Hennig C H¦NTSS HENN-nihh Hennig C Sebastian Hennig C {suh-BASS-tihunn} zay-BAH-stihahn HENN-nihh Henoch C Michael Henoch C M¦-kull HEH-nahk Henri C ah6-ree C (character in 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]) Henriot C Nicole Henriot C nee-kawl ah6-reeo Henriques C Fini Henriques C FEE-nee henn-RIH-kuss C (known also as Fini Valdemar [VAL-duh-mah] Henriques) Henriques C Robert Henriques C WOH-burt henn-RIH-kuss Henry C Didier Henry C dee-deeay ah6-ree Henry C Leigh Vaughan Henry C LEE VAWN HENN-ree Henry C Michel Henry C mee-shell ah6-ree Henry C Pierre Henry C peeehr ah6-ree Henschel C Lillian June Henschel C LILL-lihunn JOON HENN-shull Henschel C Sir George Henschel C (Sir) JAW-urj HENN-shull C (known also as Sir Isidor Georg Henschel [(Sir) EE-zih-dawr GAY-awrk HENN-shull]) Hensel C Fanny Hensel C FAHN-nee HENN-zull C (known also as Fanny Cäcilie Hensel [FAHN-nee tseh-TSEE-leeuh HENN-zull] and Fanny Mendelssohn [{FANN-nee MENN-dullsunn} FAHN-nee MENN-t’ls-zohohn]) Hensel C Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel C {FANN-nee MENN-dull-sunn-HENN-sull} FAHNnee MENN-t’lss-zohohn-HENN-zull Hensel C Heinrich Hensel C H¦N-rihh HENN-zull Hensel C Walther Hensel C VAHL-tur HENN-zull Henselt C Adolf Henselt C AHAH-dawlf HENN-zullt C (known also as Georg Martin [GAYawrk MAR-teen] Adolph Hänselt)

Hensiek C Volker Hensiek C FAWL-kur HENN-zeek Hentschel C Ernst Julius Hentschel C EHRNST YOO-lihôôss HENNT-shull Hentschel C Franz Hentschel C FRAHNTSS HENNT-shull Hentschel C Theodor Hentschel C TAY-o-dohohr HENNT-shull Henze C Hans Werner Henze C HAHNSS VEHR-nur HENN-tsuh Heppe C Leo Heppe C LAY-oh HEPP-puh Heppener C Robert Heppener C ROHOH-bert HEPP-peh-nur Heras C Joaquín Gutiérrez Heras C ho-ah-KEEN goo-teeAYR-ress AY-rahss Heraut C Le Héraut C luh ay-ro C (The herald) C (character in the opera L'amour des trois oranges [lah-môôr day tr’wah aw-rah6zh]— The Love for Three Oranges; music by Serge Prokofiev [sehr-GAY prah-KAW-fiheff]; libretto by Prokofiev after Carlo Gozzi [KAR-lo GOHT-tsee]) Herbart C Johann Friedrich Herbart C YO-hahn FREET-rihh HEHR-part Herbeck C Johann, Ritter von Herbeck C YO-hahn, RITT-tur fawn HEHR-peck C (known also as Johann Franz [FRAHNTSS], Ritter von Herbeck) Herberigs C Robert Herberigs C ROHOH-bert HEHR-beh-rihhss Herbert C Ilse Herbert C ILL-sheh HEHR-behrt Herbig C Günther Herbig C GÜN-tur HEHR-pihh Herbst C HEHRPST C (Autumn) C (poem by Ludwig Rellstab [LOOT-vihh RELL-shtahp] set to music by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert]) Herbst C Im Herbst C imm HEHRPST C (In Autumn) C (poem by Klaus Groth [KLAHOOSS GROHT] set to music by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS]) Herbst C Johannes Herbst C {jo-HANN-nuss HURBST} yo-HAHN-nuss HEHRPST Hercigonja C Nikola Hercigonja C NEE-kaw-lah hehr-TSEE-gawn-yah Herder C Johann Gottfried Herder C YO-hahn GAWT-freet HEHR-tur Herder C Johann Gottfried von Herder C YO-hahn GAWT-freet fawn HEHR-tur

Heredia C Sebastian Aguilera de Heredia C say-BAHSS-teeahn ah-ghee-LAY-rah day ayRAY-theeah Herford C Julius Herford C {JOO-lihuss HUR-furd} YOO-lihôôss HEHR-fawrt Herfordshire C HUR-furd-shur Hergott was ist denn heut los C Hergott, was ist denn heut' los C HEHR-gawt, vahss isst denn HOYT lohss C (excerpt from the operetta Gräfin Mariza [GRAY-finn mah-REE-tsah] — Countess Mariza; music by Imre [IMM-reh] Kálmán [KAHAHL-mahahn]; libretto by Julius Brammer [YOO-lihôôss BRAHM-mur] and Alfred Grünwald [AHL-frayt GRÜN-vahlt]) C (Imre is known also as Emmerich [EMM-meh-rihh]) Herincx C Raimund Herincx C RAY-munnd HEH-rihngkss C (known also as Raimund Frederick [FREH-duh-rick] Herincx) Hering C Karl Gottlieb Hering C KARL GAWT-leep HEH-rihng Hering C Karl Hering C KARL HAY-rihng C (known also as Karl Friedrich August Hering [KARL FREET-rihh AHÔÔ-gôôst HAY-rihng]) Heritte viardot C Louise-Pauline-Marie Héritte-Viardot C lôôeez-po-leen-mah-ree ay-reetveear-doh Herman C Reinhold Herman C R¦N-hawlt HEHR-mahn C (known also as Reinhold Ludwig [LOOT-vihh] Herman) Herman C Vasile Herman C vah-SEE-leh hehr-MAHN Hermann C Hans Hermann C HAHNSS HEHR-mahn Hermann C HEHR-mahn C (character in the opera Les contes d'Hoffmann [leh kaw6t dawfmahn] — 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]) Hermann C Johanna Müller-Hermann C yo-HAHN-nah MÜL-lur-HEHR-mahn Hermann C Robert Hermann C ROHOH-bert HEHR-mahn Hermanns C Elisabeth Hermanns C ay-LEE-zah-bett HEHR-mahnss Hermannus C hehr-MAHN-nôôss C (known also as Hermannus Contractus [kohn-TRAHKtôôss]) Hermano C ehr-MAH-no C (song by Carlos Guastavino [KAR-lawss gooahss-tah-VEE-no])

Hermanson C Åke Hermanson C AW-kee HAR-mahn-sawn C (known also as Åke Oscar Werner [AWSS-kar VERUH-nur] Hermanson) Hermes C Johann Timotheus Hermes C YO-hahn tee-MO-tay-ôôss HEHR-muss Hermesdorff C Michael Hermesdorff C MIH-hah-ell HEHR-muss-tawrf Hermia C HER-mihah C (character in the opera A Midsummer Night's Dream; music by Benjamin Britten [BENN-juh-munn BRITT-tunn]; libretto by Britten and Peter Pears [PEEtur PIHUHRZ] after William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr]) Hermosa blanca azucena C ayr-MO-sah BLAHN-kah ah-thoo-THAY-nah C (Beautiful white lily) C (excerpt from Coplas [KAWP-lahss] by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco [{MEH-reeo kasst’l-nôôO-vo-tuh-DESS-ko} MAH-reeo kah-stayl-nooO-vo-tay-DAY-sko]) Hermstedt C Simon Hermstedt C ZEE-mawn HEHRM-shtett C (known also as Johann [YOhahn] Simon Hermstedt) Hermund C Iddan Hermund C EED-dahn HAR-moon C (a song about the mythical Norwegian giant, Iddan Hermund) Hernandez C Clara Hernández C KLAH-rah ehr-NAHN-dehth Hernandez C Hermilio Hernández C ehr-MEE-leeo ehr-NAHN-dess Hernandez C Tomás Bretón y Hernández C toh-MAHSS bray-TAWN ee ehr-NAHN-dehth Hernandez lopez C Rhazés Hernández-López C rah-SAYSS ehr-NAHN-dess-LO-pess Hernandez moncada C Eduardo Hernández Moncada C ay-thooAR-doh ehr-NAHN-dess mawn-KAH-thah Hernandez sales C Pablo Hernández Sales C PAH-vlo ehr-NAHN-dehth SAH-layss Hernando C Rafael Hernándo C rah-fah-ELL ehr-NAHN-doh C known also as Rafael José María Hernándo y Palomar [rah-fah-ELL ho-SAY mah-REE-ah ehr-NAHN-doh ee pah-loMAR]) Hernried C Robert Hernried C RAH-burt HURN-reed C (known also as Robert Franz Richard Hernried [ROH-behrt FRAHNTSS RIH-hart HEHRN-reet]) Herodiade C Hérodiade C ay-raw-deeahd C (an opera, with music by Jules Massenet [zhül {mahss-s’nay} mahss-s’neh]; libretto by Paul Milliet [pohl mee-yeeeh] and Henri Grémont [ah6ree gray-maw6] after Gustave Flaubert [güss-tahv flo-bay])

Heroic polonaise C “Heroic” polonaise C (“Heroic”) paw-law-nezz C (composition by Frédéric Chopin [fray-day-reek shaw-peh6]) Herold C Ferdinand Hérold C fehr-dee-nah6-day-rawl C (known also as Louis-Joseph [lôôeezho-zeff] Ferdinand Hérold) Herold C HAY-rawlt C (herald) C (character in the opera Das Nusch-Nuschi [dahss NÔÔSH-NÔÔ-shee] — The Nusch-Nuschi; music by Paul Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuhmitt] 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) Herold C Vilhelm Herold C VILL-hellm HEH-rahlt C (known also as Vilhelm Kristoffer [krih-STAWF-fuh] Herold) Herossee C K. F. Herossee C (K. F.) HAY-rawss-say Herr C John Herr C JAHN HUR Herr chevalier C Herr Chevalier C HEHR shuh-vah-leeay C (excerpt from the operetta Die Fledermaus [dee FLAY-dur-mahôôss] —The Bat, with music by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHÔÔSS II]; libretto by Carl Haffner [KARL HAHF-nur] and Richard Genée [RIH-hart zhuh-nay] after Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-layvee]) Herr christ der einig gotts sohn C Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn C HEHR KRISST, dayr ¦-nihh GAWTSS ZOHN C (excerpt from the Sacred Songbook of Wittenberg [VITT-tunnpehrk] by Johann Walter [YO-hahn VAHL-tur]) Herr denket an uns C Der Herr denket an uns C dayr HEHR DEHNG-kutt ahn ôôns C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Herr fluth C Herr Fluth C HEHR FLÔÔT C (character in the opera Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor [dee LÔÔSS-tih-gunn V¦-bur fawn VINNT-zur] — The Merry Wives of Windsor; music by Otto Nicolai [AWT-toh NEE-ko-lahih]; libretto by Salomon Hermann Mosenthal [ZAHAH-lo-mawn HEHR-mahn MO-zunn-tahl] after William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr]) Herr gehe nicht ins gericht C Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht C HEHR, GAY-uh nihht inns guhRIHT C (Lord, Weigh Thou and Judge Not) C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Herr gott im himmel C Herr Gott im Himmel C hehr GAWT imm HIMM-mull C (Dear God in Heaven) C (duet from Act 2 of 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]) Herr lebt C Der Herr lebt C dayr HEHR LEPPT C (The Lord Lives) C (cantata [kunnTAH-tuh] by Carl Philip Emanuel Bach [KARL FEE-leep ay-MAHAH-nooayl BAHK]) Herr lehre doch mich C Herr, lehre doch mich C HEHR, LAY-ruh dawk mihh C (Lord, Make Me to Know) C (section of Ein deutsches Requiem [§n DOYT-shuss RAY-kvihemm] — A German Requiem [{REH-kôôee-umm} REH-kôôih-emm] — set to music by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS]) Herr lenz C Herr Lenz C HEHR LENNTSS C (Master Spring) C (poem by Emanuel von Bodman [ay-MAHAH-nooayl fawn BAWT-mahn] set to music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS]) Herr mein gott ich sing ein neues lied C Herr, mein Gott, ich sing' ein neues Lied C HEHR, m§n GAWT, ihh ZIHNG §n NOY-uss LEET C (I will sing a new song) C (song from Biblische Lieder [BIPP-lih-shuh LEE-dur] — Biblical Songs — by Antonín DvoÍák [AHNtaw-nyeeeen d’VAW-rshahahk]) Herr oluf C Herr Oluf C HEHR O-luff C (Sir Oluf) C (poem from Des Knaben Wunderhorn [dess k’NAHAH-bunn VÔÔN-tur-hawrn] — The Youth’s Magic Horn — set to music by Carl Loewe [LÖ-vuh]) Herr reich C Herr Reich C HEHR R¦H C (character in the opera Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor [dee LÔÔSS-tih-gunn V¦-bur fawn VINNT-zur] — The Merry Wives of Windsor; music by Otto Nicolai [AWT-toh NEE-ko-lahee]; libretto by Salomon Hermann Mosenthal [ZAHAH-lo-mawn HEHR-mahn MO-zunn-tahl] after William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr]) Herr von faninal C Herr von Faninal C HEHR fawn FAH-nih-nahl 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]) Herre per og gjodalin C Herre-Per og Gjødalin C HAR-ruh-pehr aw YÖÖ-dah-linn C (Master Per and Gjødalin, a song about the maiden Gjødalin who inflicts a fatal wound on Master Per because he planned to betray her) Herreid C Grant Herreid C GRANNT HEHR-ree-idd Herrera de la fuente C Luis Herrera de la Fuente C looEESS ehr-RAY-rah day lah fooAYN-tay Herreweghe C Philippe Herreweghe C fee-leep hehr-reh-WAY-guh Herrick C HEHR-rick

Herriot C Édouard Herriot C ay-dôôahr ehr-reeo Herrmann C Bernard Herrmann C BUR-nurd HUR-munn Herrmann C Eduard Herrmann C {EDD-wurd HUR-munn} AY-dooart HEHR-mahn Herrmann C Hugo Herrmann C HOO-go HEHR-mahn Herschel C Sir William Herschel C (Sir) WILL-lihumm HUR-shull C (known also as Sir Frederick [FREH-duh-rick] William Herschel and Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel [FREET-rihh VILL-hellm HEHR-shull]) Herseth C Adolph Herseth C AY-dawlf HUR-suhth Hertel C Johann Wilhelm Hertel C YO-hahn VILL-hellm HEHR-tull Hertog C Johannes den Hertog C yo-HAHN-nuss denn HEHR-tawk Hertz C Alfred Hertz C {AL-frudd HURTZ} AHL-frayt HEHRTSS Hertz und mund und tat und leben C Hertz und Mund und Tat und Leben C HEHRTSS ôônt MÔÔNT ôônt TAHT ôônt LAY-bunn C (Heart and Voice and Deed and Life) C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAHstihahn BAHK]) Hertzka C Emil Hertzka C AY-meel HEHRTSS-kah Hertzmann C Erich Hertzmann C {EH-rick HURTZ-munn} AY-rihh HEHRTSS-mahn Herve C Hervé C ehr-vay Hervelois C Louis de Caix d’Hervelois C lôôee duh keh dehr-vuh-l’wah Hervey C ehr-vee C (character in the opera Anna Bolena [AHN-nah bo-LAY-nah] — Anne Bolyn [ANN bo-LINN]; music by Gaetano Donizetti [gahay-TAH-no doh-nee-TSAYT-tee] and libretto by Felice Romani [fay-LEE-chay ro-MAH-nee]) Hervig C Richard Hervig C RIH-churd HUR-vigg C (known also as Richard Bilderback [BILL-dur-back] Hervig) Herz C Henri Herz C HENN-ree HEHRTSS Herz C Joachim Herz C YOHOH-ah-kimm HEHRTSS Herz C Madame Herz C mah-dahm HEHRTSS 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-ôôss MO-tsart] and libretto by Gottlieb Stephanie [GAWT-leep SHTEH-fah-nee]) Herz schmerz polka C Herz-Schmerz-Polka C HEHRTSS-SHMEHRTSS-PAWL-kahah C (Heartache Polka) C (Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHÔÔSS II], with lyric added by Miriam Frances [MIH-ree-umm FRANNT-suss]) Herzer C Ludwig Herzer C LOOT-vihh HEHR-tsur Herzer C Wolfgang Herzer C VAWLF-gahng HEHR-tsur Herzer and lohner C Ludwig Herzer and Fritz Löhner C LOOT-vihh HEHR-tsur (and) FRITTSS LÖ-nur Herzlieblich lieb durch scheiden C Herzlieblich Lieb, durch Scheiden C HEHRTSS-leep-lihh LEEP, DÔÔRH SH¦-dunn C (My Heart’s Dear Love, Through Parting) C (anonymous 15thcentury German song) Herzog C Colette Herzog C ko-LETT HEHR-tsawk Herzog C Emilie Herzog C ay-MEE-lihuh HEHR-tsawk Herzog C George Herzog C JAW-urj HUR-tsawg Herzog C HEHR-tsawk 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]) Herzog C Johann Georg Herzog C YO-hahn GAY-awrk HEHR-tsawk Herzog C Sigmund Herzog C SIGG-munnd HUR-tsawg C (anglicized version of Siegmund Herzog [ZEEK-môônt HEHR-tsawk]) Herzogenberg C Heinrich, Freiherr von Herzogenberg C H¦N-rihh, FR¦-hehr fawn hehrTSO-gunn-pehrk C (known also as Leopold Heinrich Picot de Peccaduc, Freiherr von Herzogenberg [LAY-o-pawlt H¦N-rihh pee-ko duh peck-kah-dük, FR¦-hehr fawn hehrTSO-gunn-pehrk]) Hesch C Wilhelm Hesch C VILL-hellm HEHSH Heseltine C Philip Heseltine C FIH-lupp HEH-sull-teen C (known also as Philip Arnold [ARnulld] Heseltine)

Hesperides C heh-SPEH-ruh-deez Hess C Ludwig Hess C LOOT-vihh HESS Hess C Willy Hess C VILL-lee HESS Hesse C Adolph Hesse C AH-dawlf HESS-suh C (known also as Adolph Friedrich Hesse [AH-dawlf FREET-rihh HESS-suh]) Hesse C Ernst Christian Hesse C EHRNST KRIH-stihahn HESS-suh Hesse C Hermann Hesse C HEHR-mahn HESS-suh Hesse C Max Hesse C MAHKSS HESS-suh Hesse bukowska C Barbara Hesse-Bukowska C bar-BAH-rah HESS-seh-bôô-KAWF-skah Hesselberg C Edouard Gregory Hesselberg C EH-dôôard GREH-gaw-ree HESS-sull-burg C (Americanized version of the Latvian name Edouards Gregorys Hesselbergs [EH-dôôardss GREH-gaw-reess HESS-sell-berkss]) Hesselbergs C Edouards Gregorys Hesselbergs C EH-dôôardss GREH-gaw-reess HESS-sellbergss C (known also as the Americanized Edouard Gregory Hesselberg [EH-dôôard GREHgaw-ree HESS-sull-burg]) Hesseling C Ruth Hesseling C ROOT HESS-suh-lihng Hessen C Alexander Friedrich, Landgraf von Hessen C ah-leck-SAHN-tur FREET-rihh, LAHNT-grahf fawn HESS-sunn Hessen kassel C Moritz, Landgrave of Hessen-Kassel C MO-rittss, (Landgrave of) HESSsunn-KAHSS-sull Hessenberg C Kurt Hessenberg C KÔÔRT HESS-sunn-pehrk Heth cogitavit dominus C Heth cogitavit Dominus C HETT ko-jih-TAH-vitt DAW-mih-nôôss C (sacred composition by Antoine Brumel [ah6-twahn brü-mell]) Hetsch C Ludwig Friedrich Hetsch C LOOT-vihh FREET-rihh HETTSH C (known also as Karl [KARL] Ludwig Friedrich Hetsch) Hetu C Jacques Hétu C zhack ay-tü C (known also as Jacques Joseph Robert [zho-zeff robehr] Hétu) Heu nos miseros C Heu Nos Miseros C HEHÔÔ nohss MIH-seh-rawss C (sacred composition

by Leo [LAY-o]) Heuberger C Richard Heuberger C RIH-hart HOY-behr-gur C (known also as Richard Franz Joseph [FRAHNTSS YOHOH-zeff] Heuberger) Heubner C Konrad Heubner C KAWN-raht HOYP-nur Heugel C Henry Heugel C ah6-ree ö-zh’l Heugel C Jacques-Léopold Heugel C zhack-lay-aw-pawl ö-zh’l Heure exquise C L’Heure Exquise C lör eckss-keez C (The Exquisite Hour) C (poem by Paul Verlaine [pohl vehr-lenn] set to music by Reynaldo Hahn [ray-NAHL-doh HAHN]) Heures seculaires et instantanees C Heures séculaires et instantanées C ör say-kü-lehr ay eh6stah6-tah-nay (Secular and Instantaneous Hours) C (compositions by Erik Satie [ay-reek sahtee]) Heureu riera C L’heureu Riera C lay-REHOO ree-EH-rah C (Riera the Heir) C (Catalan [KAH-t’-lunn] folk song arranged by Miguel Llobet [mee-GHELL l’yo-BETT]) Heusen C Jimmy Van Heusen C JIMM-mee vann h’YOO-z’n Heuss C Alfred Heuss C AHL-frayt HOYSS C (known also as Alfred Valentin [FAHAH-lennteen] Heuss) Heward C Leslie Heward C LESS-lee h’YOO-wurd C (known also as Leslie Hays [HAYZ] Heward) Hewes C Cynthia Richards Hewes C SINN-thee-uh RIH-churdz h’YOOZ Hewitt C Harry Donald Hewitt C HAR-ree DAH-nulld h’YOO-witt Hewitt C Helen Hewitt C HEH-lunn h’YOO-witt C (known also as Helen Margaret [MARguh-rutt] Hewitt) Hewitt C James Hewitt C JAYMZ h’YOO-witt Hewitt C Maurice Hewitt C mo-reess eh-veet Hexameron morceau de concert grandes variations de bravoure sur la marche des puritains de bellini C “Hexameron.” Morceau de Concert. Grandes variations de bravoure sur la Marche des Puritains de Bellini C eck-sah-muh-raw6. mawr-so duh kaw6-sehr. grah6d vah-reeah-seeaw6 duh brah-vôôr sür lah marsh day pü-ree-teh6 duh bayl-LEE-nee C (Grand bravura variations on the March of the Puritans from the opera I puritani [ee poo-ree-TAH-nee] — The

Puritans, with music by Vincenzo Bellini [veen-CHAYN-tso bayl-LEE-nee]. Sections contributed by various composers, including Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST] (introduction, variation 2, and finale), Vincenzo Bellini [veen-CHAYN-tso BAYL-lee-nee] (theme), Sigismond Thalberg [ZEE-ghiss-mawnt TAHL-pehrk (variation 1), Johann Peter Pixis [YO-hahn PAYtur PEEK-siss] (variation 3), Henri Herz [ah6-ree HEHRTSS] (variation 4), Carl Czerny [KARL CHEHR-nee] and Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST] (variation 5), and Frédéric Chopin [fray-day-reek shaw-peh6] and Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST] (variation 6)) Hey C Julius Hey C YOO-lihôôss H¦ Heyden C Hans Heyden C HAHNSS H¦-dunn C (the last name is also spelled Heiden [H¦dunn] and Haiden [HAHEE-dunn]) Heyden C Sebald Heyden C ZAY-bahlt H¦-dunn C (the last name is also spelled Heiden [H¦dunn] and Haiden [HAHEE-dunn]) Heyer C Wilhelm Heyer C VILL-hellm H¦-ur C (known also as Wilhelm Ferdinand [FEHRtee-nahnt] Heyer) Heyghen C Peter van Heyghen C PAY-tur funn HAY-kunn Heyman C Katherine Ruth Willoughby Heyman C KA-thuh-runn ROOTH WILL-luh-bee HAY-munn Heymann C Werner Richard Heymann C VEHR-nur RIH-hart H¦-mahn Heyne C Manon Heyne C mah-naw6 H¦-nuh Heyse C Paul Heyse C PAHÔÔL H¦-zuh Heyward C DuBose Heyward C doo-BOHZ HAY-wurd Heywood C Eddie Heywood C EDD-dee HAY-wôôd C (known also as Edward Heywood, Jr.) Hic est praecursor dilectus C HEEK esst PRAY-kôôr-sawr dee-LAYK-tôôss C (motet [moTETT] by Claudio Monteverdi [KLAHOO-deeo mohn-tay-VAYR-dee]) Hichiriki C h’chee-leek C (an ancient Japanese double-reed instrument related to the oboe) Hickman C Hans Hickman C HAHNSS HICK-mahn C (known also as Hans Robert Hermann Hickman [HAHNSS ROHOH-bert HEHR-mahn HICK-mahn] Hidalgo C Juan Hidalgo C hooAHN ee-THAHL-go Hidas C Frigyes Hidas C FRIH-jehsh HIH-dahsh

Hidlik C Mi ze Hidlik C MEE zay HIDD-leek C (Who Lit the Candles — a Hebrew Chanukkah [hah-nook-KAH] song) Hiemali tempore C hiheh-MAH-lih TAYM-paw-ray C (In wintertime) C (excerpt from the 13th-century collection Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-RAH-nah]) Hier C Ethel Glenn Hier C EH-thull GLENN HIHR Hier soll ich dich denn sehen C HEER zawl ihh DIHH denn ZAY-unn C (aria from 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-mahDAY-ôôss MO-tsart]; libretto by Johann Gottlieb Stephanie [YO-hahn GAWT-leep SHTEHfah-nee) after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner [KRIH-stawf FREET-rihh BRETTSS-nur]) Hieronymo C Damasus Brosmann a Sancto Hieronymo C DAH-mah-sôôss BRAWSS-mahn ah SAHNGK-toh hiheh-RO-nih-mo C (known also as Damasus Brosmann) Hignard C Aristide Hignard C ah-reess-teed ee-n’yar C (known also as Jean-Louis [zhah6lôôee] Aristide Hignard) Hija mia C EE-hah MEE-ah C (My Daughter) C (traditional song of the Spanish Jews) Hija tiene el rey C Una hija tiene el rey C OO-nah EE-hah teeAY-nay ell ray C (The King Has a Daughter) C (traditional song of the Spanish Jews) Hijman C Julius Hijman C {JOO-lihuss H¦-munn} YÜ-lihüss HAY-mahn Hildach C Eugen Hildach C oy-GAYN HILL-tahk Hill C Krister St Hill C KRISS-tur ZAHNGKT HILL Hill C Ureli Corelli Hill C yôô-REH-lee kaw-RELL-lee HILL) Hill C Valerie Hill C VA-luh-ree HILL Hill C Wilhelm C VILL-hellm HILL Hille C Eduard Hille C AY-dooart HILL-luh Hillebrecht C Hildegard Hillebrecht C HILL-tuh-gart HILL-luh-prehht Hillemacher C Lucien Joseph Édouard Hillemacher C lü-seeah6 zho-zeff ay-dôôar ee-yuh-mahshay Hillemacher C Paul Joseph Guillaume Hillemacher C pohl zho-zeff ghee-yohm ee-yuh-mah-

shay Hiller C Ferdinand Hiller C FEHR-tee-nahnt HILL-lur C (known also as Ferdinand von [fawn] Hiller) Hiller C Friedrich Adam Hiller C FREET-rihh AHAH-dahm HILL-lur Hiller C Johann Adam Hiller C YO-hahn AHAH-dahm HILL-lur C (known also as Johann Adam Hüller [HÜL-lur]) Hiller C Lejaren Hiller C leh-ZHAH-runn HILL-lur C (known also as Lejaren Arthur [ARthur] Hiller, Jr.) Hilliard ensemble C Hilliard Ensemble C HILL-lihurd ahn-SAHM-buhl Hillier C Paul Hillier C PAWL HILL-lihur C (known also as Paul Douglas [DUG-luss] Hillier) Hilsberg C Alexander Hilsberg C {a-ligg-ZANN-dur HILLZ-burg} ah-leck-SAHN-d’r HILLSS-pehrk Hilsberg C Ignace Hilsberg C {IGG-nahtss HILLZ-burg} igg-NAHSS GHILLSS-berk Himmel C Friedrich Heinrich Himmel C FREET-rihh H¦N-rihh HIMM-mull Himmelsboten C HIMM-mullss-paw-tunn C (Messengers from Heaven) C (poem from Des Knaben Wunderhorn [dess k’NAHAH-bunn VÔÔN-tur-hawrn] — The Youth’s Magic Horn — set to music by Richard Strauss [RIH-hart SHTRAHÔÔSS]) Himmelskonig sei willkommenC Himmelskönig, sei willkommen C HIMM-mullss-kö-nihh z§ VILL-kawm-munn C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suhBASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Himstedt C Karl-Heinz Himstedt C KARL-H¦NTSS HIMM-shtett Hindemith C Paul Hindemith C PAHÔÔL HINN-tuh-mitt Hinderas C Natalie Hinderas C NAH-tah-lee HINN-duh-russ Hinkende jamben C Hinkende Jamben C HIHNG-kunn-tuh YAHM-punn C (Limping Iambic Rhythms) C (composition by Carl Loewe [KARL LÖ-vuh]) Hinreiner C Ernst Hinreiner C EHRNST HINN-r§-nur Hinrichs C Gustav Hinrichs C {GUSS-tuvv HINN-rickss} GÔÔ-stahf HINN-rihhss

Hinrichsen C Max Hinrichsen C MAHKSS HINN-rihh-sunn Hinrichsen C Walter Hinrichsen C VAHL-tur HINN-rihh-sunn Hinterblicher C Karl Hinterblicher C KARL HINN-tur-blih-hur Hintermeier C Margaretha Hintermeier C mar-gah-RAY-tah HINN-tur-m§-ur Hinze reinhold C Bruno Hinze-Reinhold C BROO-no HINN-tsuh-R¦N-hawlt Hiolski C Andrzej Hiolski C ahn-dr’ZAY heeOHL-skee Hippolyta C hipp-po-LEE-tuh C (character in the opera A Midsummer Night's Dream; music by Benjamin Britten [BENN-juh-munn BRITT-tunn]; libretto by Britten and Peter Pears [PEEtur PIHUHRZ] after William Shakespeare [WILL-lihumm SHAYK-spihuhr]) Hirai C Kozaburo Hirai C kaw-zah-boo-law hee-lahee Hirao C Kishio Hirao C k’sheeaw hee-lahaw Hirayoshi C Takekuni Hirayoshi C tah-keh-koo-nee hee-lah-yawsh Hirons C Christopher Hirons C KRISS-tuh-fur H¦UH-runnz Hiroshi C Nakamura Hiroshi C nah-kah-moo-lah hee-lawsh Hirsch C Paul Hirsch C {PAWL HURSH} PAHÔÔL HIHRSH C (known also as Paul Adolf [AHAH-dawlf] Hirsch) Hirt C Al Hirt C AL HURTC (known also as Alois Maxwell Hirt [uh-LAW-iss MACKSSwell HURT] Hirt C Der Hirt C dayr HIHRT C (composition by Franz Liszt [FRAHNZ LISST]) Hirt C Franz Josef Hirt C FRAHNTSS YOHOH-zeff HIHRT Hirt C Fritz Hirt C FRITTSS HIHRT Hirt auf dem felsen C Der Hirt auf dem Felsen C dayr HIHRT ahôôf daym FELL-zunn C (song by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert]) Hirten C John Hirten C JAHN HIHR-tunn His dur C His Dur C HISS DOOR C (key of B sharp major, German designation)

His moll C his Moll C HISS MAWL C (key of b sharp minor, German designation) Histoire amoureuse C C’est l’histoire amoureuse C sesst leess-twar ah-môô-röz C (aria from the opera Manon Lescaut [mah-naw6 less-ko]; music by Daniel-François Auber [dah-neeell frah6-swah o-bay]; libretto by Augustin Eugène Scribe [o-güss-teh6 ö-zhenn skreeb] after Antoine-François Prévost [ah6-twahn frah6-swah pray-vo]) Historicus C heess-TAW-rih-kôôss C (historian) C (character in the oratorio Caecilia, virgo et martyr [chay-CHIH-lihuh, VEER-go ett MAR-tür] — Cecilia, Virgin and Martyr — by Marc Antoine Charpentier [mark ah6-twahn shar-pah6-teeay]) Hita C Antonio Rodríguez de Hita C AHN-TOH-neeo rohd-REE-ghehth day EE-tah Hite C William Hite C WILL-lihumm H¦T Hitgaageut C Hitga’ageut C HITT-gah-ah-gay-oot C (a Jewish song about missing someone) Hitragut C Hitrag’ut C HITT-rah-goot C (Relaxation) C (song by Y. Karni [(Y.) KAR-nee]) Hjelm C Otto Winter-Hjelm C AWT-too VINN-tehr-YELLM Hjort albertsen C Per Hjort Albertsen C PEHR YOORT AHL-bert-s’n Hlobil C Emil Hlobil C EH-mill h’LO-bill Hms pinafore C HMS Pinafore C HMS PIH-nah-fohuhr C (an opera, with music by Arthur Sullivan [AR-thur SULL-luh-vunn] and libretto by William S. Gilbert [WILL-lihumm S. GHILL-burt) Hoban C Ann Hoban C AHN HO-bunn Hobarth C Erich Höbarth C AY-rihh HÖ-bart Hoboken C Anthony van Hoboken C AHN-taw-nee funn HO-bo-kunn Hobson C Ian Hobson C EE-unn HAHB-sunn Hoch C Beverly Hoch C BEH-vur-lee HOHK Hoch C Joseph Hoch C YOHOH-zeff HAWK C (known also as Joseph Paul Johannes [PAHÔÔL yo-HAHN-nuss] Hoch) Hochberg C Hans Heinrich, XIV, Bolko Graf von Hochberg C HAHNSS H¦N-rihh, XIV, BAWL-ko GRAHF fawn HOHK-perk C (Graf = Count}

Hochgeturmte rimaflut C Hochgetürmte Rimaflut C HOHK-guh-türm-tuh REE-muh-flôôt C (High-Turreted River Rima) C (Hungarian text translated to German by Hugo Conrat [HOO-go KAWN-raht] and set to music by Johannes Brahms [yo-HAHN-nuss {BRAHMZ} BRAHAHMSS]) Hochreiter C Emil Hochreiter C AY-meel HAWK-r§-tur Hochstatter C Elfriede Hochstätter C ell-FREE-duh HAWK-shtett-tur Hochster hochster mache deine gute C Höchster, Höchster, mache deine Güte C HÖK-shtur, HÖK-shtur, MAH-kuh D¦-nuh GÜ-tuh C (Most High, Most High, make thy goodness) C (aria from the cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen! [YAHÔÔK-tsutt GAWT inn AHL-lunn LAHN-tunn!] — Praise God in All Lands! — by Johann Sebastian Bach [YOhahn {suh-BASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Hochsterwunschtes freudenfest C Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest C HÖK-shtur-vünsh-tuss FROY-dunn-fesst C (cantata [kunn-TAH-tuh] by Johann Sebastian Bach [YO-hahn {suhBASS-tihunn BAHK} zay-BAH-stihahn BAHK]) Hochstes vertraun C Höchstes Vertrau’n C HÖK-shtuss fehr-TRAHÔÔn C (aria from Act III of the opera Lohengrin [LOHOH-unn-grinn], music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur]) Hochstetter C Gustav Hochstetter C GÔÔ-stahf HAWK-shtett-tur Hochzeitsstuck C Hochzeitsstück C HAWK-ts§tss-shtük C (Wedding Piece) C (song by Gustav Mahler [GÔÔ-stahf MAHAH-lur]) Hockh C Carl Hockh C KARL HAWK Hoddinott C Alun Hoddinott C A-lunn HAHD-dih-naht Hodeir C André Hodeir C ah6-dray aw-dehr Hodemont C Léonard de Hodemont C lay-aw-nar duh o-duh-maw6 C (known also as Léonard Collet [kawl-leh] de Hodemont) Hodgeson C Julia Hodgeson C JOO-lihah HAHJ-s'n Hodgkinson C Anne Hodgkinson C ANN HAHJ-k'n-s'n Hodgson C Alfreda Hodgson C al-FREE-duh HAHJ-s'n Hodi peur nascitur homo mortalis firmiter C Hodi peur nascitur/Homo mortalis firmiter C HAW-dih PAYooR NAH-shih-tôôr/HAW-mo mawr-TAH-liss FEER-mih-ter C (anonymous

motet [mo-TETT] from Medieval Cyprus) Hodie christus natus est C Hodie Christus natus est C HAW-dih-ay KREE-stôôss NAH-tôôss esst C (anonymous antiphon [ANN-tuh-funn] from Medieval Cyprus) C (composition by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck [YAHN PEE-turss-zohohn SWAYAY-lihngk]) C (motet [mo-TETT] by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k]) Hoeberg C Georg Höeberg C GAY-o HÖ-behrh Hoelscher C Ludwig Hoelscher C LOOT-vihh HÖL-shur Hoelscher C Ulf Hoelscher C ÔÔLF HÖL-shur Hoeprich C Erik Hoeprich C AY-rick HÖ-prihh Hoerburger C Felix Hoerburger C FAY-lickss HÖR-pôôr-gur Hoeree C Arthur Hoérée C ar-tür oo-ray C (known also as Arthur Charles Ernest [sharl ehrnesst] Hoérée) Hoesick C Ferdynand Hoesick C fehr-DIH-nahnt HÖ-sick C (the name is also Germanized to Ferdinand Hoesick [FEHR-tee-nahnt HÖ-zick]) Hoesslin C Franz von Hoesslin C FRAHNTSS fawn HÖSS-linn Hofbrauhaus song C Hofbrauhaus Song C HAWF-brahôô-hahôôss (Song) C (song by Bette [BETT-tuh] and Hauff [HAHÔÔF]) Hoffding C Finn Høffding C FINN HÖF-tihng C (known also as Niels [NILLSS] Finn Høffding) Hoffer C Paul Höffer C PAHÔÔL HÖF-fur Hoffgen C Marga Höffgen C MAR-gah HÖF-gunn Hoffhaimer C Paul Hoffhaimer C PAHÔÔL HAWF-hahih-mur C (the last name is also spelled Hofhaimer [HAWF-hahih-mur], Hoffheimer [HAWF-h§-mur], and Hofhaymer [HAWF-h§mur]) Hoffheimer C Paul Hoffheimer C PAHÔÔL HAWF-h§-mur C (the last name is also spelled Hofhaimer [HAWF-hahih-mur] , Hoffhaimer [HAWF-hahih-mur], and Hofhaymer [HAWF-h§mur]) Hoffinger C Karl Höffinger C KARL HÖF-fihng-ur

Hoffman C François Benoît Hoffman C frah6-swah beh-n’wah hawf-mahn Hoffman C Richard Hoffman C RIH-churd HAWF-munn Hoffmann C Bruno Hoffmann C BROO-no HAWF-mahn Hoffmann C E. T. A. Hoffmann C (E. T. A.) HAWF-mahn C (known also as Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann [EHRNST TAY-o-dohohr ah-mah-DAY-ôôss HAWF-mahn]) Hoffmann C Gustav Graben-Hoffmann C GÔÔ-stahf GRAH-bunn-HAWFF-mahn C (known also as Gustav Heinrich [H¦N-rihh] Graben-Hoffmann) Hoffmann C Hans Hoffmann C HAHNSS HAWF-mahn Hoffmann C Heinrich August Hoffman C H¦N-rihh AHÔÔ-gôôst HAWF-mahn C (known also as Heinrich August Hoffmann von Fallersleben [fawn FAHL-lurss-lay-bunn]) Hoffmann C Joseph Hoffmann C YOHOH-zeff HAWF-mahn Hoffmann C Richard Hoffmann C {RIH-churd HAWF-munn} RIH-hart HAWF-mahn Hoffmann von fallersleben C Heinrich August Hoffmann von Fallersleben C H¦N-rihh AHÔÔgôôst HAWF-mahn fawn FAHL-lurss-lay-bunn C (known also as Heinrich August Hoffmann) Hoffmeister C Franz Anton Hoffmeister C FRAHNTSS AHN-tohohn HAWF-m§-stur Hoffstetter C Roman Hoffstetter C RO-mahn HAWF-shtett-tur Hofhaimer C Paul Hofhaimer C PAHÔÔL HAWF-hahih-mur C (the last name is also spelled Hoffhaimer [HAWF-hahih-mur], Hoffheimer [HAWF-h§-mur], and Hofhaymer [HAWF-h§mur]) Hofhaymer C Paul Hofhaymer C PAHÔÔL HAWF-h§-mur C (the last name is also spelled Hofhaimer [HAWF-hahih-mur], Hoffhaimer [HAWF-hahih-mur], and Hoffheimer [HAWF-h§mur]) Hofman C Shlomo Hofman C SHLO-mo HAWF-mahn Hofmann C Casimir Hofmann C kah-ZEE-meer HAWF-mahn C (known also as Kazimierz [kah-ZEE-meeehrz] Hofmann) Hofmann C Casimir Hofmann C kah-ZEE-meer HAWF-mahn C (known also as Kazimierz [kah-ZEE-meeehrz] Hofmann) Hofmann C Heinrich Hofmann C H¦N-rihh HAWF-mahn C (known also as Heinrich Karl

Johann [KARL YO-hahn] Hofmann) Hofmann C Josef Hofmann C JO-zuff HAWF-munn C (known also as Josef Casimir Hofmann [YOHOH-zeff kah-ZEE-meer HAWF-mahn] and Józef Kazimierz Hofmann [YÔÔzeff kah-ZEE-meeehrz HAWF-mahn]) Hofmann C Leopold Hofmann C LAY-o-pawlt HAWF-mahn Hofmann C Peter Hofmann C PAY-tur HAWF-mahn Hofmann C Richard Hofmann C RIH-hart HAWF-mahn Hofmannsthal C Hugo von Hofmannsthal C HOO-go fawn HAWF-mahn-stahl Hofmeister C Friedrich Hofmeister C FREET-rihh HAWF-m§-stur Hofmusikkappelle wien C Hofmusikkapelle Wien C hawf-MOO-zick-kah-pell-luh VEEN C (Vienna Palace Choir) Hofstetter C Romanus Hofstetter C RO-mah-nôôss HAWF-shtett-tur Hogarth C George Hogarth C JAW-urj HO-garth Hohenberg C Paul Hohenberg C PAHÔÔL HO-unn-pehrk Hohenfeld C Linda Hohenfeld C LINN-duh HO-unn-felld Hohenlohe C Principessa Therese von Hohenlohe C prinn-tsih-PESS-sah tay-RAY-zuh fawn HO-unn-lo-uh Hoher C Frank Höher C FRAHNGK HÖ-ur Hoho schmiede mein hammer C Hoho! Schmiede, mein Hammer C HO-ho! SHMEE-duh, m§n HAHM-mur C (Hammer Song) C (aria from the opera Siegfried [ZEEK-freet], music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur]) Hoiby C Lee Hoiby C LEE HOY-bee Hoisington C Mary Folwell Hoisington C MEHUH-ree FAHL-well HOY-zihng-tunn Hojotoho C HO-yo-toh-ho C (Ride of the Valkyries [val-KIH-reez] — anglicized version of Walküren [vahl-KÜ-runn] — from the opera Die Walküre [dee vahl-KÜ-ruh], music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur]) Hokanson C Leonard Hokanson C LEH-nurd HO-kunn-sunn

Hol C Richard Hol C REE-shart HAWL C (known also as Rijk Hol [RAYK HAWL]) Holborne C Anthony Holborne C ANN-thuh-nee HO-burn Holbrook C Gerald Holbrook C JEH-rulld HOHL-brôôk Holde C Artur Holde C {AR-tur HOHLD } AR-tôôr HAWL-tuh Holderlin fragmente C Hölderlin-Fragmente C HÖL-tur-linn frahg-MENN-tuh C (Hölderlin Fragments) C (songs by Hanns Eisler [HAHNSS ¦SS-lur]) Holenko C John Holenko C JAHN ho-LEHNG-ko Holewa C Hans Holewa C HAHNSS HAW-luh-vah Holguin C Guillermo Uribe-Holguín C ghee-l’YEHR-mo oo-REE-bay awl-GHEEN Holl C Hartmut Höll C HART-môôt HÖL Holl C Robert Holl C ROHOH-bert HAWL Hollaender C Alexis Hollaender C ah-LAYK-siss HAWL-lenn-tur Hollaender C Gustav Hollaender C GÔÔ-stahf HAWL-lenn-tur Hollaender C Viktor Hollaender C VICK-tawr HAWL-lenn-tur Holle C Hugo Holle C HOO-go HAWL-luh Holle C Matthias Hölle C maht-TEE-ahss HÖL-luh Holle rache C Der Hölle Rache C dayr HÖL-luh RAH-kuh C (The Queen of the Night’s aria from the opera Die Zauberflöte [dee TSAHÔÔ-bur-flö-tuh] — The Magic Flute; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart] and libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder [ay-MAHAH-nooayl SHEE-kah-nay-dur]) Holle rache kocht in meinem herzen C Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen C dayr HÖLluh RAH-kuh kawht inn M¦-numm HEHR-tsunn C (My heart is seething with hellish vengeance) C (aria from the opera Die Zauberflöte [dee TSAHÔÔ-bur-flö-tuh] — The Magic Flute; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart] and libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder [ay-MAHAH-nooayl SHEE-kah-nay-dur]) Holler C Karl Höller C KARL HÖLL-lur Holler C York Höller C YAWRK HÖLL-lur C (known also as Georg [GAY-awrk] Höller)

Holliger C Heinz Holliger C H¦NTSS HAWL-lih-gur Holliger C Ursula Holliger C ÔÔR-soo-lah HAWL-lih-gur Hollmann C Joseph Hollmann C YOHOH-zeff HAWL-mahn Hollreiser C Heinrich Hollreiser C H¦N-rihh HAWL-r§-zur Hollweg C Ilse Hollweg C ILL-zuh HAWL-veck Hollweg C Werner Hollweg C VEHR-nur HAWL-veck C (known also as Werner Friedrich [FREET-rihh] Hollweg) Holm C Mogens Winkel Holm C MO-hunnz VIHNG-kull HAHLM Holm C Peder Holm C PEE-thuh HAHLM Holm C Renate Holm C ray-NAH-tuh HAWLM Holm C Richard Holm C RIH-hart HAWLM Holmboe C Vagn Holmboe C V!WN HAHLM-boo Holmes C Augusta Holmès C o-güs-tah awl-meh C (known also as Augusta Mary Anne [mah-ree ahn] Holmès) Holmgreen C Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen C PILL-luh GOOTH-munn-sunn-HAHLMgrehehn Holmgren C Fred Holmgren C FREDD HAHLM-grenn Holohan C Michael Holohan C M¦-kull HO-luh-hunn Holoubek C Ladislav Holoubek C LAH-dyih-slahf ho-LOHOHÔÔÔÔ-beck Holst C Edvard Holst C {EDD-vard HOHLST} EHTH-vart HAHLST Holst C Gustav Holst C GUSS-tuvv HOHLST C (known also as Gustavus Theodore von Holst [güss-TAH-vüss TEE-ôô-dawr vawn HAWLST]) Holst C Henry Holst C HENN-ree HAWLST Holst C Imogen Holst C IH-muh-junn HOHLST C (known also as Imogen Clare [KLEHUHR] Holst)

Holstein C Franz von Holstein C FRAHNTSS fawn HAWL-sht§n C (known also as Franz Friedrich [FREET-rihh] von Holstein) Holt C Simeon ten Holt C SIH-mee-ahn tenn HAWLT Holter C Iver Holter C EE-vur HAWL-tur C (known also as Iver Paul Fredrik [PAEWL FREDD-rick] Holter) Holtrop C Mariet Holtrop C MAH-rihett HAWL-trawp Holty C Ludwig Hölty C LOOT-vihh HÖL-tee C (known also as Ludwig Christoph Heinrich [KRIH-stawf H¦N-rihh] Hölty) Holtzel C Michael Höltzel C MIH-hah-ell HÖLT-tsull Holtzner C Anton Holtzner C AHN-tohohn HAWLTSS-nur Holub C Solomon Holub C SHLO-mo haw-LOOB Holvik C Karen Holvik C KA-runn HOHL-vick Holy C Alfred Holý C AHL-frett ôô-LEE Holz C Amo Holz C AH-mo HAWLTSS Holzbauer C Ignaz Holzbauer C IGG-nahtss HAWLTSS-pahôô-ur C (known also as Ignaz Jakob [YAHAH-kawp] Holzbauer) Holzherr C Wolfgang Holzherr C VAWLF-gahng HAWLTSS-hehr Hombergh C Antoinette van den Hombergh C ahn-twah-NETT funn denn HAWM-berk Hombsch C Hans Hombsch C HAHNSS HAWMPSH Homburger C Maya Homburger C MAH-yah HAWM-pôôr-gur Home de laristto C L’Home de l’Aristto C LO-may day lah-REESST-toh C (The Men of Aristto) C (an excerpt from the suite Suburbis [soo-BÔÔR-biss] — Suburbs — by Federico Mompou [feh-theh-REE-ko mawm-POOO]) Homenaje a tarrega C Homenaje a Tárrega C o-may-NAH-hay ah TAR-ray-gah C (compositions by Joaquín Turina [ho-ah-KEEN too-REE-nah]) Homenaje le tombeau de claude debussy C Homenaje — “Le tombeau de Claude Debussy” C o-may-NAH-hay — “luh taw6-bo duh klohd deh-büss-see” C (composition by Manuel de

Falla [mah-nooELL day {FAH-yah} FAH-l’yah]) Homenaje pour le tombeau C Homenaje, pour le Tombeau C o-may-NAH-hay, pôôr luh taw6-bo C (composition by Manuel de Falla C mah-nooELL day {FAH-yah} FAH-l’yah]) Homilius C Gottfried August Homilius C GAWT-freet AHÔÔ-gôôst ho-MEE-lihôôss Hommage a rameau C Hommage à Rameau C awm-mahzh ah rah-mo C (Homage to Rameau) C (composition by Claude Debussy [klohd deh-büss-see] published in Book 1 of Images [ee-mahzh]) Hommage à Manuel de Falla C awm-mazh ah mah-nooELL day {FAH-yah} FAH-l’yah C (Homage to Manuel de Falla) C (homage provided in a composition entitled Invocation et danse [eh6-vaw-kah-seeaw6 ay dah6ss] — Invocation and Dance — by Joaquín Rodrigo [ho-ahKEEN rohd-REE-go]) Hommerson C Gerrit Hommerson C KEHR-ritt HAWM-mer-sawn Homo quo vigeas vide C Homo, quo vigeas vide! C HAW-mo kôôo VIH-jeh-ahss VIH-deh! C (Man, behold the way of your salvation) C (excerpt from the 13th-century collection Carmina Burana [kar-MEE-nah boo-RAH-nah]) Homonay C Graf Peter Homonay C GRAHF PAY-tur HO-mo-n§ C (character in the operetta Der Zigeunerbaron [dayr tsee-GOY-nur-pah-rohn] — The Gypsy Baron; music by Johann Strauss II [YO-hahn SHTRAHÔÔSS II]; libretto by Ignaz Schnitzer [IGG-nahtss SHNITTtsur] after Mor Jókai [MOHR YOHOH-kahih]) Homs C Joaquín Homs C ho-ah-KEEN AWMSS C (known also as Joaquín Homs Oller [awl’YEHR]) Honegger C Arthur Honegger C ar-tür aw-negg-gur / (known also as Arthur Oscar [awss-kar] Honegger) Honegger C Henri Honegger C ah6-ree aw-negg-gur C (known also as Henri Charles Honegger [ah6-ree sharl aw-negg-gur]) Honegger C Marc Honegger C mark aw-negg-gur Honeyman C Ian Honeyman C EE-unn HUH-nee-munn Hong C Hong, Hei-Kyung C HAWNG, HAY-K’YAHNG Hongen C Elisabeth Höngen C ay-LEE-zah-bett HÖNG-unn Honold C Elisabeth Honold C ay-LEE-zah-bett HO-nawlt

Honor virtus et potestas C Honor, virtus et potestas C AW-nawr, VEER-tooss ett paw-TAYstahss C (composition by Thomas Tallis [TAH-muss TAL-liss]) Hood C Basil Hood C BA-zull HÔÔD Hoof C Jef van Hoof C ZHEFF vunn HOHOHF Hoogstraten C Willem van Hoogstraten C WILL-lumm funn HOHOHK-strah-tunn Hoose C David Hoose C DAY-vudd HOOSS Hoose C Ellison Van Hoose C ELL-luh-sunn vann HOOSS Hopak C gah-PAHK C (poem translated by L. Mei [MAYEE] and set to music by Modest Moussorgsky [mah-DYESST MOOSS-surk-skee] Hope C Ciaran Hope C KEH-rahn HOHP Hopf C Gertraud Hopf C ghehr-TRAHÔÔT HAWPF Hopf C Hans Hopf C HAHNSS HAWPF Hopkins C Gerard Manley Hopkins C juh-RARD MANN-lee HAHP-k’nz Hoppe C Carl Hoppe C KARL HAWP-puh Hoppe C Heinz Hoppe C H¦NTSS HAWP-puh Hor ich das liedchen klingen C Hör’ ich das Liedchen klingen C HÖR ihh dahss LEET-hunn KLIHNG-unn C (When I Hear the Sound of the Little Song) C (poem by Heinrich Heine [H¦N-rihh H¦-nuh] set to music by Robert Schumann [ROHOH-bert SHOO-mahn]) Hor ich zimbalklange lied und czardas C Hör ich Zimbalklänge (Lied und Czárdás) C HÖR ihh TSIMM-bahl-klehng-uh (LEET ôônt TSAHAHR-dahahsh) C (excerpt from the operetta Zigeunerliebe [tsee-GOY-nur-lee-buh] — Gypsy Love; music by Franz Lehár [FRAHNZ lehHAHAHR]; libretto by Alfred Maria Willner [AHL-frayt mah-REE-ah VILL-nur] and R. Bodanzky [(R.) bo-DAHNTSS-kee]) Hora C HAW-rah C (song by Marc Lavry [MARK LAHV-ree]) Hora staccato C HO-rah stahk-KAH-toh C (composition by GrigoraÕ Dinicu [gree-gawRAHSH dee-NEE-koo], arranged by Jascha Heifetz [YAH-shah H¦-futtss]) Horacek C Jaroslav Horá…ek C YAH-raw-slahf haw-RAHAH-check

Horak C Adolph Horák C AH-dawlf HAW-rahahk Horak C Antonín Horák C AHN-taw-nyeeeen HAW-rahahk Horak C Eduard Horák C EH-dôôart HAW-rahahk Horak C Josef Horák C YO-seff HAW-rahahk Horak C Wenzel Emanuel Horak C VENN-tsull ay-MAHAH-nooayl HO-rahk C (Germanized version of the Czech name Václav Emanuel Horák [VAHAHTSS-lahf EH-mah-nôô-ell HAWrahahk]) Horan C Robert Horan C RAH-burt HAW-runn Horatios monologue C Horatio's monologue C ho-RAY-shohz MAH-nuh-lawg C (song by Hanns Eisler [HAHNSS ¦SS-lur]) C (anglicized title) Horch horch die lerch C Horch, horch, die Lerch C (see “Horch, Horch, die Lerche”) Horch horch die lerche C Horch, horch, die Lerche C HAWRH, HAWRH, dee LEHR-huh C (Hark, Hark, the Lark) C (song by Franz Schubert [FRAHNTSS SHOO-bert]) Hore ich zigeunergeigen C Höre ich Zigeunergeigen C HÖ-ruh ihh tsee-GOY-nur-gh§-gunn C (excerpt from the operetta Gräfin Mariza [GRAY-finn mah-REE-tsah] — Countess Mariza; music by Imre [IMM-reh] Kálmán [KAHAHL-mahahn]; libretto by Julius Brammer [YOO-lihôôss BRAHM-mur] and Alfred Grünwald [AHL-frayt GRÜN-vahlt]) C (Imre is known also as Emmerich [EMM-meh-rihh]) Horenstein C Jascha Horenstein C [{YAH-shuh HAW-runn-st§n} YAH-shuh gö-rennSHTAYN Horky C Karel Horký C KAH-rell HAWR-keeee Horloge comtoise C L'horloge comtoise C lawr-lawzh kaw6-twahz C (The Grandfather Clock) 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]) Hormigon C Hormigón C awr-mee-GAWN C (character in the opera El gato montés [ell GAH-toh mawn-TAYSS] — The Wildcat; music and libretto by Manuel Penella [mah-nooELL pay-NAY-l’yah]) Horn C August Horn C AHÔÔ-gôôst HAWRN Horn C Camillo Horn C kah-MILL-lo HAWRN

Horn C Karl Friedrich Horn C KARL FREET-rihh HAWRN Hornau C Martin Gerbert, Freiherr von Hornau C MAR-teen GHEHR-pert, FR¦-hehr fawn HAWR-nahôô Hornbostel C Erich Moritz von Hornbostel C AY-rihh MO-rittss fawn HAWRN-pawss-tull Horneman C Christian Frederik Emil Horneman C KRISS-stihunn FREH-duh-reek ayMEEL HOHR-nuh-munn Horneman C Johan Ole Emil Horneman C yo-HANN O-luh ay-MEEL HOHR-nuh-munn Hornik C Gottfried Hornik C GAWT-freet HAWR-nick Hornkonzert d dur C Hornkonzert D-dur C HAWRN-kawn-tsehrt DAY-DOOR C (Horn Concerto in D Major) C (composition by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ah-mahDAY-ôôss MO-tsart]) Hornkonzert es dur C Hornkonzert Es-dur C HAWRN-kawn-tsehrt ESS-DOOR C (Horn Concerto in E Flat Major) C (composition by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [VAWLF-gahng ahmah-DAY-ôôss MO-tsart]) Hornstein C Robert von Hornstein C ROHOH-bert fawn HAWRN-sht§n Horovitz C Joseph Horovitz C JO-zuff HAW-ruh-vittss Horowitz C Richard Horowitz C RIH-churd HAW-ruh-wittss Horowitz C Vladimir Horowitz C {VLA-dih-mur HAW-raw-wittz} vlah-dYEE-mihr hahRAW-vihch Horst C Anthon van der Horst C ahn-TOHN funn der HAWRST Horst C Louis Horst C LOO-uss HAWRST Horstet hoch der habicht auf den felsenhohen C Horstet hoch der Habicht auf den Felsenhöhen C HAWR-shtutt HAWK dayr HAH-bihht ahôôf dayn FELL-zunn-hö-unn C (Give a Hawk a Fine Cage) C (song from Zigeunermelodien [tsee-GOY-nur-may-lo-dihunn] — Gipsy Melodies — by Antonín DvoÍák [AHN-taw-nyeeeen d’VAW-rshahahk]) Horszowski C Mieczys»aw Horszowski C meeeh-CHISS-wahf hawr-SHAWF-skee Hort zu ein neues gedicht C Hört zu ein neues Gedicht C HÖRT tsoo §n NOY-uss guhDIHHT C (Hark to a New Song) C (composition by Orlando de Lassus [awr-lah6-doh duh lahss-sü])

Hortnagel C Georg Hörtnagel C GAY-awrk HÖRT-nah-gull Horton C Austin Asadata Dafora Horton C AW-stunn ah-sah-DAH-tah dah-FAW-rah HAWR-tunn Horton C Colin Horton C KAH-linn HAWR-tunn Horvat C Milan Horvat C MEE-lunn HAWR-vaht Horvat C Stanko Horvat C STAHN-kaw HAWR-vaht Horvath C Josef Maria Horvath C YO-sheff MAH-rihah HAWR-vaht Horwitz C Karl Horwitz C KARL HAWR-vittss Hosanna C ho-ZAHN-nah C (section by Pietro Platania [peeAY-tro plah-TAH-neeah] from the Messa per Rossini [MAYSS-sah payr rohss-SEE-nee] — Mass for Rossini — by 13 composers) Hosanna filio david C Hosanna filio David C ho-ZAHN-nah FEE-leeo DAH-veed C (anonymous sacred composition) Hoschna C Karl Hoschna C KARL HAWSH-nuh C (known also as Karl Hoschner [HAWSH-nur]) Hoschner C Karl Hoschner C KARL HAWSH-nur C (known also as Karl Hoschna [HAWSH-nuh]) Hosmer C Lucius Hosmer C LOO-shuss HAWZ-mur Hostias C HO-stih-uss C (section of the Latin requiem [{REH-kôôee-umm} REH-kôôih-emm] liturgy set to music by various composers) Hostinsky C Otakar Hostinský C AW-tah-kar ho-STYINN-skee Hostkvall C Höstkväll C HÖST-k'vall C (Autumn Evening) C (song by Jean Sibelius [zhah6 sih-BAY-lihôôss]) Hotel C Hôtel C o-tell C (poem by Guillaume Apollinaire [ghee-yohm ah-paw-lee-nehr] set to music by Francis Poulenc [frah6-seess pôô-lah6k]) Hotelzimmer one thousand nine hundred and forty two C Hotelzimmer 1942 C ho-TELLtsimm-mur 1942 C (Hotel Room 1942 C (song by Hanns Eisler [HAHNSS ¦SS-lur]) Hotsky C L'Hotský C LAWT-skeeee C (character in the opera Osud [AW-sôôt] — Destiny;

music by Leoš Janá…ek [LEH-awsh yah-NAHAH-check] and libretto by Fedora Bartšová [FEHdaw-rah BART-shaw-vahah]) Hotter C Hans Hotter C HAHNSS HAWT-tur Hotteterre C Jacques Hotteterre C zhack awt-tuh-tehr Hotteterre C Louis Hotteterre C lôôee awt-tuh-tehr Hotteterre C Martin Hotteterre C mar-teh6 awt-tuh-tehr Hotteterre C Nicolas Hotteterre C nee-ko-lah awt-tuh-tehr Hotzi C László Hotzi C LAHAHSS-lohoh HAWT-zee Houdard C Georges Houdard C zhawrzh ôô-dar Houdart de la motte C Antoine Houdart de la Motte C ah6-twahn ôô-dar duh lah mawt Houdoy C Jules François Aristide Houdoy C zhül frah6-swah ah-reess-teed ôô-dwah C (the last name is also spelled Hudoy [ü-dwah]) Houei C Hsu, Tsang-houei C HSHOO, TSHAHNG-HWAY C (known also as Tsang-houei Hsu) Hough C Stephen Hough C STEE-vunn HUFF C (known also as Stephen Andrew Gill [ANNdroo GHILL] Hough) Houghton C Lucinda Houghton C loo-SINN-duh HAW-tunn Houseley C Henry Housely C HENN-ree HAHÔÔZ-lee Houseman C A. E. Houseman C A. E. HAHÔÔSS-munn Housman C Rosalie Housman C RO-zuh-lee HAHÔÔSS-munn Houssaye C Pierre la Houssaye C peeehr lah ôôss-say C (known also as Pierre-Nicolas [peeehrnee-kaw-lah] la Houssaye) Houston C Whitney Houston C hWITT-nee h’YOO-stunn Houtmann C Jacques Houtmann C zhack ôôt-mahn Hovatta C Vuokko Hovatta C vôôAWK-kaw HAW-vaht-tah

Hovhaness C Alan Hovhaness C A-lunn ho-VAH-nuss C (known also as Alan Vaness Scott Chakmakjian [A-lunn vah-NESS SKAHT chahk-mahk-yihAHN]) Hovland C Egil Hovland C EH-ghill HAWV-lahn How are things in glocca morra C How Are Things in Glocca Morra? C (How are things in) GLAHK-kuh MAWR-ruh? C (composition by Jeannie Carson [JEEN-nee KAR-s’n] and Bobby Howes [BAHB-bee H!WZ]) Howarth C Elgar Howarth C ELL-gar H!W-urth Howell C Gwynne Howell C GWINN H!W-’l C (known also as Gwynne Richard [RIHchurd] Howell) Howells C Herbert Howells C HUR-burt H!W-ullz Howland C William Legrand Howland C WILL-leeumm luh-GRANND H!W-lunnd Hoyer C Karl Hoyer C KARL HOY-ur Hrazda C h'RAHZ-dah C (character in the opera Osud [AW-sôôt] — Destiny; music by Leoš Janá…ek [LEH-awsh yah-NAHAH-check] and libretto by Fedora Bartšová [FEH-daw-rah BART-shaw-vahah]) Hrimala C Felicita HÍímalá C feh-LEE-tsih-tah hrSHEEEE-mah-lahah Hrimala C Marie HÍímalá C MAH-ree hrSHEEEE-mah-lahah Hrimaly C Adalbert HÍímalý C AHAH-dahl-behrt hrSHEEEE-mah-leeee C (known also as Vojtch [VOY-tyehk] HÍímalý) Hrimaly C Bohuslav HÍímalý C BO-hôô-slahf hrSHEEEE-mah-leeee Hrimaly C Jaromír HÍímalý C YAH-raw-meeeer hrSHEEEE-mah-leeee Hrimaly C Johann HÍímalý C YO-hahn hrSHEEEE-mah-leeee C (known also as Jan [YAHN] HÍímalý) Hrimaly C Otakar HÍímalý C AW-tah-kar hrSHEEEE-mah-leeee Hrimaly C Vojtch HÍímalý C VOY-tyehk hrSHEEEE-mah-leeee C (known also as Adalbert [AHAH-dahl-behrt] HÍímalý) Hrisanide C Alexandre Hrisanide C ah-leck-SANND’ hree-sah-NEE-thee C (known also as Alexandre Hrisanidis [hree-sah-NEE-theess]) C (the first name of this Greek National is known

as Alexandros [ah-LECK-sann-drohss] in Greece) Hrisanidis C Alexandre Hrisanidis Cah-leck-SANND’ hree-sah-NEE-theess C (known also as Alexandre Hrisanide [hree-sah-NEE-thee]) C (the first name of this Greek National is known as Alexandros [ah-LECK-sann-drohss] in Greece) Hristic C Stevan Hristiƒ C STEH-vahn h’REESS-tihch Hruba C Ven…eslava Hruba C VENN-cheh-slah-vuh h'RÔÔ-bah Hrusovsky C Ivan Hrušovský C IH-vahn h’RÔÔ-shawv-skeeee Hruza C Eduard Hruza C AY-dooart h'ROO-tsah Hsin C Hsu, Tseng-Hsin C HSHOO, TSHEEAHNG-HSHEEN C (known also as Tseng-Hsin Hsu and John Hsu [JAHN SOO]) Hsu C Hsu, Tsang-houei C HSHOO, TSHAHNG-HWAY C (known also as Tsang-houei Hsu) Hsu C Hsu, Tseng-Hsin C HSHOO, TSHEEAHNG-HSHEEN Hsu C John Hsu C JAHN SOO C (known also as Hsu, Tseng-Hsin [HSHOO, TSHEEAHNG-HSHEEN] and Tseng-Hsin Hsu) Hu C Hu, Nai-Yuan C HOOOO, NAHEE-YOO-ENN Huang C Huang, Cham-Ber C HOOAH6G, TSHAHAHNG-BAHEE C (known also as Cham-Ber Huang) Hubay C JenÅ Hubay C YEH-nöö HÔÔ-b§ Hubeau C Jean Hubeau C zhah6 ü-bo Huber C Hans Huber HAHNSS HOO-bur Huber C Klaus Huber C KLAHÔÔSS HOO-bur Huber C Kurt Huber C KÔÔRT HOO-bur Huber C Rupert Huber C ROO-pert HOO-bur Huberman C Bronis»aw Huberman C braw-NYEESS-wahf HÔÔ-ber-mahn Hubert C Nikolai Hubert C nyee-kah-LAHIH GOO-bert

Huberti C Gustave Huberti C güss-tahf ü-behr-tee C (known also as Gustave-Léon Huberti [gü-stahf-lay-oh6 ü-behr-tee]) Huberty C Albert Huberty C AHL-behrt HÜ-behr-tee Huberty C Mme. De Saint-Huberty C mah-dahm duh seh6-tü-ber-tee Hubler C Klaus K. Hübler C KLAHÔÔSS (K.) HÜB-lur C (known also as Klaus Karl [KARL] Hübler) Hucbald C HÜK-bahlt C (known also as Hugbaldus [hük-BAHL-düss], Ubaldus [ü-BAHLdüss], and Uchubaldus [ü-kü-BAHL-düss]) Huckaby C William Huckaby C WILL-leeumm HUH-kuh-bee Hucke C Rainer Hucke C RAHIH-nur HÔÔ-kuh Hue C Georges Hüe C zhawrzh ü C (known also as Georges-Adolphe Hüe [zhawrzh ahdawlf ü]) Hueber C Martin Hueber C MAR-teen HÜ-bur Hueffer C Francis Hueffer C FRANN-suss h’YOO-fur C (Anglicized version of Franz Hüffer [FRAHNTSS HÜF-fur]) Huehn C Julius Huehn C JOO-lihuss h’YOON Hugbaldus C hük-BAHL-düss C (known also as Hucbald [HÜK-bahlt], Ubaldus [ü-BAHLdüss], and Uchubaldus [ü-kü-BAHL-düss]) Huggett C Monica Huggett C MO-nih-kah HÜG-ghett Hughes C Arwel Hughes C AR-well h’YOOZ Hughes C Dom Anselm Hughes C DAHM ANN-sellm h’YOOZ Hughes C Owain Arwel Hughes C O-wunn AR-well h’YOOZ Huglmann C Joseph Huglmann C YOHOH-zeff HÔÔ-gh’l-mahn Hugo C Victor Hugo C {VICK-tur h’YOO-go} veek-tawr ü-go Hugon C Georges Hugon C zhawrzh ü-gaw6 Huguenots C Les Huguenots C {(The) h’YOO-guh-nahtss} leh-zü-guh-no C (an opera, with

music by Giacomo Meyerbeer [JAH-ko-mo M¦-ur-bayr]; libretto by Eugène Scribe [ö-zhenn skreeb] and Émile Deschamps [ay-meel day-shah6]) Huhn C Bruno Huhn C BROO-no h’YOON Huida C Toni Huida C TAW-nih HÔÔIH-dah Huiginn C Brian Ó hUiginn C BR¦-unn o HAY-gunn Huissier C L'Huissier C lüeess-seeay C (the bailiff) C (character in the opera Les brigands [leh bree-gah6] — The Brigands [BRIH-gunndz]; music by Jacques Offenbach [ZHACK AWFfunn-bahk]; libretto by Henri Meilhac [ah6-ree meh-yack] and Ludovic Halévy [lü-daw-veek ah-lay-vee]) Huit zingarese C Huit Zingarese C üee zeh6-gah-rezz C (Eight Gypsy Dances) C (compositions by Franz Joseph Haydn [FRAHNTSS YOHOH-zeff H¦-d’n]) Huizar C Candelario Huízar C kahn-day-LAH-reeo ooEE-sar C (known also as Candelario Huízar García de la Cadena [gar-SEE-ah day lah kah-THAY-nah]) Hulbaekmo C Tone Hulbækmo C TOO-nuh HEWL-beck-moo Hullmandel C Nicolas-Joseph Hüllmandel C nee-kaw-lah-zho-zeff hül-mah6-duhl Hulse C Gareth Hulse C GA-ruhth HULLSS Humair C Daniel Humair C dah-neeell ü-mehr Humbert C Georges Humbert C zhawrzh ü6-behr Humburg C Will Humburg C WILL HÜM-bürk Hume C Alastair Hume C A-liss-tur h'YOOM Hume C Alexander Hume C a-ligg-ZANN-dur h’YOOM Hume C Paul Hume C PAWL h’YOOM C (known also as Paul Chandler [CHAND-lur] Hume) Humel C Gerald Humel C JEH-rulld HUH-m’l Humes C Helen Humes C HEH-lunn h’YOOMZ Humfrey C Pelham Humfrey C PELL-umm HUMM-free

Humilitas C hôô-MIH-lih-tahss C (character in Ordo virtutum [OHR-doh veer-TOO-tôôm], a musical drama by Hildegard von Bingen [HILL-tuh-gart fawn BIHNG-unn]) Humiston C William Henry Humiston C WILL-lihumm HENN-ree h’YOO-miss-t’n Hummel C Ferdinand Hummel C FEHR-tee-nahnt HÔÔM-mull Hummel C Johann Nepomuk Hummel C YO-hahn NAY-po-môôk HÔÔM-mull Hummelflug C HÔÔM-mull-flôôk C (Flight of the Bumble Bee) C (excerpt from the opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan [TSAR sahl-TAHN]; music by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov [nyee-kahLAHIH REEM-skee-KAWR-suh-kuff]; libretto by Vladimir I. Bel’sky [vlah-DYEE-mihr (I.) BELL-skee] after Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin [uh-lyick-SAHN-d’r sehr-GAY-yeh-vihch POOSH-kinn]) Humperdinck C Engelbert Humperdinck C EHNG-gh’l-burt HUMM-pur-dihngk C (English singer) Humperdinck C Engelbert Humperdinck C EHNG-ell-pert HÔÔM-per-tihngk C (German composer and pedagogue) Humpert C Hans Humpert C HAHNSS HÔÔM-pert Hunding C HÔÔN-tihng C (character in the opera Die Walküre [dee vahl-KÜ-ruh], music and libretto by Richard Wagner [RIH-hart VAHG-nur) Hundley C Richard Hundley C RIH-churd HUNND-lih Huneker C James Gibbons Huneker C JAYMZ GHIB-bunnz HUH-neh-kur Huneryager C David Huneryager C DAY-vudd HUH-nur-yah-gur Huni mihacsek C Felice Hüni-Mihacsek C FEH-lih-tseh HÜ-nih-MIH-hah-check Hunsberger C Donald Hunsberger C DAH-nulld HUNTSS-bur-gur Hunt C Fionnula Hunt C finn-NOO-luh HUNNT Hunt C Fionnula Hunt C finn-NOO-luh HUNNT Hunt C Romulus Hunt C RAH-m’yuh-luss HUNNT C (an opera, with music by Carty Simon [KAR-tee S¦-munn]; libretto by Simon and Jacob Brackman [JAY-kubb BRACK-munn]) Hunten C Franz Hünten C FRAHNTSS HÜN-tunn

Hunyadi laszlo C Hunyadi László C HÔÔN-yah-dee LAHAHSS-lohoh C (an opera, with music by Ferenc Erkel [FEH-renntss EHR-kell]; libretto by Béni Egressy [BAY-nee EGG-rehshshee] after LÅrinc Tóth [LÖÖ-rinntss TOHOHT]) Hunyadvar C Jelly Eva Arányi de Hunyadvar C YELL-yee EH-vah ah-RAHAHN-yee deh HÔÔN-yahd-var C (known also as Jelly d’Arányi [dah-RAHAHN-yee]) Hupfeld C Herman Hupfeld C HUR-munn HUPP-felld Hupperts C Paul Hupperts C PAHÔÔL HÜP-pertss C (known also as Paul Henri Franciscus Marie [HENN-ree frahn-SISS-küss mah-REE] Hupperts) Hure C Jean Huré C zhah6 ü-ray Hurley C Donal Hurley C DOH-null HUR-lee Hurnik C Ilja Hurník C ILL-yuh HÔÔR-nyeeeek Hurok C Sol Hurok C SAWL h’YOO-rahk C (known also as Solomon Israelovich Hurok [sah-lah-MAWN izz-rah-AY-luh-vihch gôô-RAWK]) Hurum C Alf Hurum C AHLF HEW-rewm C (known also as Alf Thorvald [TOOR-vahl] Hurum) Hurwitz C Emanuel Hurwitz C ih-MA-n’yuh-wull HUR-wittz C (known also as Emanuel [HENN-ree] Hurwitz) Hus desforges C Pierre Louis Hus-Désforges C peeehr lôôee ü-day-fawrzh Husa C Karel Husa C {KA-rull h’YOO-zah} KAH-rell HÔÔ-sah Husch C Gerhard Hüsch C GAYR-hart HÜSH C (known also as Gerhard Heinrich Wilhelm Fritz [H¦N-rihh VILL-hellm FRITTSS] Hüsch) Husmann C Heinrich Husmann C H¦N-rihh HÔÔSS-mahn Huss C Henry Holden Huss C HENN-ree HOHL-dunn HUSS Hussars C HOO-sartss C (Yugoslavian song) Hustis C Gregory Hustis C GREH-guh-ree h’YOOSS-tiss Hutschenruyter C Willem Jacob Hutschenruyter C WILL-lumm YAH-kawp HÜT-sunn-raytur C (known also as Willem Jacob Hutschenruijter [HÜT-sunn-ray-tur])

Hutschenruyter C Wouter Hutschenruyter C WO-tur HÜT-sunn-ray-tur C (known also as Wouter Hutschenruijter [HÜT-sunn-ray-tur]) Hutt C Robert Hutt C ROHOH-bert HÔÔT Huttenbrenner C Anselm Hüttenbrenner C AHN-zellm HÜT-tunn-brenn-nur Huttenbrenner C Heinrich Hüttenbrenner C H¦N-rihh HÜT-tunn-brenn-nur Huttenlocher C Philippe Huttenlocher C fee-lipp HÜT-tunn-law-kur Huybrechts C Albert Huybrechts C AHL-bert HÜR-brehktss Huybregts C Pierre Huybregts C peeehr HÜR-brehktss Hvorostovsky C Dmitri Hvorostovsky C d’MEE-tree h’vah-rah-STAWF-skee Hvoslef C Ketil Hvoslef C HEH-till VOO-shleff C (known also as Ketil Hvoslef Saeverud [SEH-veh-rewd]) Hwang C Hwang, Byung-Ki C HAHNG, T’YAHNG-KEE Hye knudsen C Johan Hye-Knudsen C yo-HANN HÜUH-k’NOO-sunn Hylarion C St. Hylarion C SAYNT hih-LAH-rihunn C (Americanized version of the Greek Agios Hylarion [¦-yuss ee-lah-REE-unn]) Hyllested C August Hyllested C AHÜ-güst HÜL-luss-tett Hymn to st cecilia C Hymn to St. Cecilia C (Hymn to Saint) suh-SEE-lihah C (composition by Benjamin Britten [BENN-juh-munn BRITT-tunn]) Hymne C HÜM-nuh C poem by Novalis [no-VAH-liss] set to music by Paul Hindemith [PAHÔÔL HINN-tuh-mitt]) Hymne a la lune C Hymne à la lune C eemn’ ah lah lün C (Hymn to the Moon) C (choral excerpt from the opera Turandot [TOO-rahn-doht]; music by Giacomo Puccini [JAH-ko-mo poo-CHEE-nee]; libretto by Giuseppe Adami [joo-ZAYP-pay ah-DAH-mee] and Renato Simoni [ray-NAH-toh see-MO-nee] after Carlo Gozzi [KAR-lo GOHT-tsee]) Hymne a la vierge C Hymne á la Vierge C eemn’ ah lah veeehrzh (Hymn to the Virgin) C (hymn by Pierre Villette [peeehr vee-lett]) Hymnus C HÜM-nôôss

Hymnus ut queant laxis C Hymnus: Ut queant laxis C HÜM-nôôss: ôôt kôôEH-unnt LAHKsiss C (hymn by Claudio Monteverdi [KLAHOO-deeo mohn-tay-VAYR-dee]) Hynes C Oliver Hynes C AH-luh-vur H¦NZ Hynninen C Jorma Hynninen C YAWR-mah HÜN-nih-nenn Hyokki C Matti Hyökki C MAHT-tih hüÖK-kih Hyokki C Pasi Hyökki C PAH-sih hüÖK-kih Hyspa C Vincent Hyspa C veh6-sah6 ee-spah