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- Albritton, Anne: Arranger, pianist, and theorist in Dallas.
- Andrews, Nicola Ellis: Cornelius Cardew Composition Prize winner. Working by herself and also collaboratively with her husband poet Phil Andrews McGovern.
- Andrée, Elfrida: Lived 1841 to 1929. Swedish Music Information Center page. Organist and composer.
- Beglarian, Eve: Composer and performer Eve Beglarian, whose work ranges from art music to electronic music.
- Bennett, Jennifer: Composer of choral music living in Kingston, Ontario.
- Breuer, Carolyn: Provides biography, news, events calendar, interview, and photographs of the saxophonist and composer.
- Burton, Canary: New art music composer, songwriter on Cape Cod at Seabird Studio.
- Davidson, Tina: Minimalist. Works for orchestra, mixed instrumental and vocal ensembles, soloists, and works with pre-recorded tape playback.
- Doherty, Sue: Composer and lyricist of musical theatre, film and video, and dance music. Involved in Seabird Studio.
- Edwards, Clara: American songwriter, 1880 to 1974. About her life and her music.
- Ellen, Jane: American composer Jane Ellen (ASCAP) with biography, works, and other musings.
- Huber, Ruth: "Classically trained and eclectically inclined" composer.
- Jordan, Cynthia: Composer of piano music who seeks to create a peaceful environment with her music. Biography and recordings.
- Kaiser, Shirley: Concert pianist and composer of classical and healing music. Masterclasses, workshops, and recordings.
- Karadjov, Rostislava Pankova: Bulgarian born composer, currently living in Swaziland, Southern Africa.
- Loo, Katherine: Contains discography, and CD ordering information for the pianist.
- Lumb, Janet: Composer for film and video, saxophone player, and the artistic director of the Montreal Asian Heritage Festival.
- McLin, Lena Johnson: African-American Art Song Alliance page. Born 1929. "Her musical style reflects but is not limited to the influence of the church and gospel music."
- Miller, Elma: Composer and music typographer living in Canada.
- Miller, Jane Ramseyer: Singer, composer, and choir director.
- Milstein, Silvina: Lecturer in music at King's College London, author of a book on Schoenberg, and composer of orchestral and chamber music.
- Munn, Zae: "Associate Professor of Music at Saint Mary's College in South Bend, Indiana where she has taught composition, theory, and orchestration since 1990."
- Musician's Biographies: Scores of short biographies about women composers throughout time. From Hildegard Publishing Company.
- Nickerson, Camille: 1888 to 1982. Noted for arranging and publishing Creole folk songs. African-American Art Song Alliance page.
- Pittman, Evelyn LaRue: Noted for folk opera, spiritual arrangements and compositions for solo voice. 1827 to 1903. African-American Art Song Alliance page.
- Plowman, Lynne: Composer and flautist living in Wales.
- Serter, Jane: British composer. "Her music displays an enjoyment of opposites and extremes."
- Stephan, Naomi: Choral composer living in California.
- Tann, Hilary: Composer living in upstate New York, and chair of the Department of Performing Arts at Union College, Schenectady.
- The Woman Composer Question: Bibliography of women composers, by Eugene Gates, Ed.D.
- Villanueva, Maria Cecilia: Argentine composer. Curriculum vitae, list of works, audio samples, discography, bibliography, publications. Spanish and English site.
- Webb, Orianna: Composer of chamber and orchestral music.
- Williamson, Chris: Musical activist and popular music pioneer and composer.
- Women Composers: A database of women whose music has been recorded on CD.
- Women in Czech Music: Promotes composers, past and present; includes links.
- Women of Note: Descriptions of many female composers and their works.