Howells, Herbert (1892-1983). English composer, pupil of Stanford, organist and teacher at the Royal College of Music, London, since 1920. Director of Music at St Paul's Girls' School, Hammersmith, London, 1936-62, and Professor of Music, London University, 1950-64.
Howes, Frank (1891-1974). English critic and writer on music, books including studies of Vaughan Williams and Walton, and The English Musical Renaissance.
Hughes, Herbert (1882-1937). Irish composer and music critic of Daily Telegraph, 1911-32.
Hull, Arthur Eaglefield (1876-1928). English writer on music and editor of the Monthly Musical Record, 1912-28.
Hurlstone, William (1876-1906). English pianist and composer, pupil of Stanford. Following several successes at the Patron's Fund concerts at the Royal College of Music, London, and the first Cobbett prize, Hurlstone's promising career was cut short by an early death.
Ireland, John (1879-1962). English composer, pupil of Stanford, and pianist. Taught composition at the Royal College of Music, London, with Britten, Alan Bush and Moeran among his pupils. His career partially parallels that of Bridge - his First Violin Sonata won the Cobbett Prize in 1908-9, and the influence of the First World War can be heard in his Second Piano Trio.
James, Ivor (1882-1963). English cellist. Member of English String Quartet and, from 1931, the Menges Quartet. Professor of cello and chamber music at the Royal College of Music, London, from 1919.
Joachim, Joseph (1831-1907). Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer and close friend of Brahms. The internationally renowned Joachim String Quartet was formed in 1869.
Jongen, Joseph (1873-1953). Belgian composer and organist. Professor of harmony at the Liège Conservatory from 1902, and Director of the Brussels Conservatory, 1925-39.
Kindler, Hans (1892-1949). Cellist and conductor born in Holland, but emigrating to America in 1914. Principal cellist of Philadelphia Orchestra, 1914-21.
Kinsey, Herbert. See English String Quartet.