Muslim Mahammad oglu Magomayev (Azeri: Müslüm Maqomayev) (18 September 1885, Starye Atagi – 28 July 1937, Nalchik), the Azerbaijani and Soviet composer and conductor
Muslim Mahammad oglu Magomayev (18 September 1885, Starye Atagi – 28 July 1937, Nalchik), the Chechen and Soviet composer and conductor in Azerbaijan
Rosario Bourdon (1885 - 1961), the violinist and conductor, a player of Cello and violin
Walther Davisson, a German violinist and conductor, born on December 15, 1885 in Frankfurt am Main and died on July 18, 1973 in Bad Homburg, Germany
Will Vodery, the African-American composer, conductor, orchestrator, and arranger, and one of the few black Americans of his time to make a name for himself as a composer on Broadway, working largely for Florenz Ziegfeld
Marios Varvoglis (Greek: Μάριος Βάρβογλης) (1885 - 1967), the Greek composer of the Modern Era
Désiré Defauw (September 5, 1885, Ghent, Belgium - July 25, 1960, Gary, Indiana, United States), the Belgian conductor and violinist
Gaetano Emanuel Calì (Catania, 1885 - Syracuse, 1936), the Italian composer, orchestra conductor, and bandleader
Leo Funtek (21 August 1885 - 13 January 1965), the violinist, conductor and arranger
Carlos Salzedo (April 6, 1885 – August 17, 1961), the harpist, composer, homosexual, and conductor, born in Arcachon, France, after whom the Salzedo Harp Colony in Camden, Maine, named
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