Originally Posted by Numerian

Finally anybody who's surname begins with Ch. No, I'm not thinking of Chopin. I'm thinking of Cecile Chaminade and Emmanuel Chabrier.

Good ones.

There's also Carlos Chavez, whose preludes are quite interesting in a 1930's sort of way. He also wrote a fantastic piano concerto that Arrau premiered and said was the most difficult concerto he ever learned. I wonder if there is a recording of that premiere stashed in some archive somewhere - it would be fascinating to hear.