(7 May 1861 – 7 August 1941), also known by the sobriquet Gurudev, the Bengali poet, Brahmo Samaj philosopher, visual artist, playwright, novelist
Julian Felipe, the composer of the Philippine national anthem Lupang Hinirang
Guido Adler (November 1, 1855, Ivančice (Eibenschütz), Moravia - February 15 1941, Vienna), the Bohemian-Austrian musicologist and writer
Clifford Grey, the English songwriter, actor, librettist and Olympic medalist
Enrique Saborido (born in 1876 or 1877, in Montevideo - died on September 19, 1941, in Buenos Aires), the Uruguayan tango pianist, composer and dance teacher, who also played violin
Robert Hood Bowers, the American composer, conductor and musical director of operettas and stage musicals, and a conductor and musical director for radio
Johan Wagenaar (1 November 1862, Utrecht - 17 June 1941, Den Haag), the Dutch composer and organist
Cecil Forsyth, the English composer and musicologist
Žiga Hirschler (born March 21, 1894 Zagreb, died 1941 Jasenovac), Croatian composer, music critic and publicist
Mikhail Savoyarov, the Russian chansonnier, composer, poet, comic actor and mime
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