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Family name Given name Life dates Residence Began Notes  
Shahi U A
شاهی
Saman A
سامان
b. 1987
Iran 1987
Canada 2004
  M P
Shapero Harold 1920–2013
USA 1920
  M R
Shapey ext Ralph 1921–2002
USA 1921
  M P R
Additional references

Finley 1997Theodore Presser Company

Shaw U Caroline b. 1982
USA 1982
  M P
Shchetynsky U A
Щетинський
Shchetyns'kyj
Alexander A
Олександр
Oleksandr
b. 1960
Ukraine 1960
  M P
Shebalin A
Шебалин
ext
Vissarion A
Виссарион
1902–1963
Russian Empire 1902
  M P R
Additional references

Shebalina 1990

Shepherd Arthur 1880–1958
USA 1880
  M R
Shifrin ext Seymour 1926–1979
USA 1926
France 1951
USA 1952
  M P
Additional references

Seymour Shifrin Papers [2011-06-02]; published scores of Quartets Nos. 2–5

Shirinskiy A
Ширинский
ext
Vasiliy A
Василий
1901–1965
Russian Empire 1901
  M
Shostakovich A
Шостакович
Chostakovitch
Schostakowitsch
ext
Dmitriy A
Дмитрий
Dmitri
Dmitry
1906–1975
Russian Empire 1906
  M P R
Additional references

Hulme 2002
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Shoujounian A
Շուժունյան
Shuzhunyan
Petros A
Պետրոս
b. 1957
Armenia 1957
Canada 1976
  M R
Shulman U Alan 1915–2002
USA 1915
 
Sibelius U ext Jean A
Johan
Janne
1865–1957
Russian Empire 1865
Germany 1889
Austria 1890
Russian Empire 1891

Born in the Grand Duchy of Finland and returned there in 1891.

JS catalog numbers, for works without opus numbers, are ordered alphabetically, not chronologically.

M P R
Additional references

Dahlström 2003; Barnett 2007

Siegel U Wayne b. 1953
USA 1953
Denmark 1974
  M
Siegmeister Elie 1909–1991
USA 1909
France 1927
USA 1932
  M P R
Sikorski Kazimierz 1895–1986
Switzerland 1895
Poland
  M
Silberberg Laura b. 1986
Canada 1986
  M P R
Simpson U Robert 1921–1997
England 1921
  M P R
Sims U Ezra b. 1928
USA 1928

Resulting from an error on the part of Nicolas Slonimsky, String Quartet No. 2 (1962), written in 1974, is a quintet for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, and cello.

M P
Sink ext Kuldar 1942–1995
Estonia 1942
  M R
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