Kreeta Haapasalo(1815-1893), Finnish people's musician. She was a singer and composer of songs: Kanteleen(My kantele poignantly, the heavens will ring once), and Crete Haalasalo carol(Fire tuikkaa parehessa).
Parashkev Hadjiev(1912-1992), Bulgarian composer, studied at the State Music Academy of Sofia and at the Berlin Hochschule fur Musik. In 1940 he became the lecturer at the Sofia Academy. He composed operas.
Stanislaw Hadyna(1919-1999), Polish composer,educator, teacher and organizer of musical life. He was the founder and a long standing executive director of The Song and Dance Ensemble "Slask"(Zesapol Piesni i Tanca "Slask"). He composed piano concertos, cantatas, symphonic poems, and film music.
Untiring popularizator of Polish culture with its folk art in focus. He has created the artistic synthesis of music, songs, dances and colorful costumes, all of folk provenance, which have become one of the most commonly known phenomena of the Polish national culture.
Bahrija Nuri Hadzic(1904-1993), Croatian soprano, studied at the Bahrija Serbian music school, and at the Music Academy in Vienna. In 1928 she moved to Switzerland and sang mostly there from 1929 to 1931.
Uzeyir Hajibeyov(1885-1948), Azerbaijani composer and conductor, considered as the father of Azerbijani classical music and opera. He composed music for the national anthem of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and the state anthem of Azerbaijan SSR.
Rauf Soltan oglu Hajiyev(1922-1997), Azerbaijani composer, and composer of film scores. He studied at Moscow Conservatory and Azerbaijan Conservatory. In 1915 he became the organizer of stage orchestra and its artistic director. In 1964 he became the director of Baku Philharmony, in 1965 he as was appointed the minister of culture of the Azerbaijan SSR. After returning to Russia, he became the chairman of the Union of Composers of the Azerbaijan SSR.
Jacques Francois Fromental Elie Halevy(1799-1962), French composer, studied at the Paris Conservatory, and then became the chorus master at the Opera-Comique, professor at the Paris Conservatory. He was elected to the Institute de France in 1836. He composed operas(La Juive is the most popular among his works).