Finding music-related cat names for your new feline friend seems like a hard job.

There are just SO many to choose from, it’s hard to decide where to start!

Don’t worry, we narrowed down the field for you to just out top 100 picks.

Check them out!

50 MUSIC-RELATED CAT NAMES for Males

a cat sleeping on top of music notes and chords. this cat is perfect for a music related cat name
  1. Jazz: it is a genre of music that originated in America.
  2. Harper: one who portrays the harp.
  3. Reed: a fine string that vibrates whenever a sound is made with woodwind.
  4. Viola: a pattern of the melody.
  5. Lark: a fun experience with music
  6. Banjo: it is a stringed instrument.
  7. Piper: one who plays the flute.
  8. Rock: a category of music 
  9. Brio: a musical way of saying a form of tone.
  10. Alto: an elevated tone of melody than the vocals.
  11. Fifer: a Scottish music
  12. Tango: eloquent music which is played with ballroom dance
  13. Drummer: who makes music using drums.
  14. Harp: a tool that consists of strings.
  15. Gig: a lingo by which singers or musicians are recruited. 
  16. Etude: solving a musical error in a pleasing manner.
  17. Tempo: at the rate music is supposed to be played.
  18. Raga: an Indian classical tune of music 
  19. Chanson: a French melody.
  20. Apollo: the almighty of music, poems etcetera.
  21. Bell: it is an instrument that looks like a cone.
  22. Cooper: this word means a creator.
  23. Dorian: it is defined as an offering or present.
  24. Drake: an English name that means a monster.
  25. Elvis: a Scandinavian origin and means clever and intelligent.
  26. Harrison: it means boy of Harry.
  27. Michael: after Jackson, Stipe, or any of the other rockers with the name!
  28. Octave: it is a frequency level that is higher or lower.
  29. Tallis: a song is sung again but with different keys. 
  30. Allegra: a piece of jolly and alluring music.
  31. Major: it is a pointer that is defined by the tune of the music.
  32. Forte: a powerful music note.
  33. Morgan: it is an ocean melody.
  34. Madrigal: a poem of ancient times.
  35. Chord: a symphonic group of frequencies that contains musical notes.
  36. Cornet: a melodious tool that looks like a trumpet. 
  37. Bard: a globetrotter singer
  38. Anthem: a favored genre of music about a certain topic.
  39. March: a type of music on which people walk forward.
  40. Tenor: a Latin word that means to grasp.
  41. Timbre: it describes a chord or composition which is un-identical.
  42. Han: courageous and savage.
  43. Marcato: a chord that is supposed to be played more boomingly.
  44. Freddo: music which is bitterly cold and detached.
  45. Solo: a composition played alone.
  46. Clef: it means the commencement of the musical symbols.
  47. Bene: one who is lucky.
  48. Opus: a masterpiece. 
  49. Brio: it means power to a great extent.
  50. Zeppelin– this pop culture cat name comes from the band Led Zeppelin.

50 MUSIC-RELATED FEMALE CAT NAMES 

a poise cat with music related cat name sitting between two speakers
  1. Aria: a great value of music
  2. Harmony: an amalgamation of distinctive chords.
  3. Piper: one who plays the flute.
  4. Madrigal: a poem of ancient times.
  5. Bell: it is an instrument that looks like a cone.
  6. Calliope: one who has a soft voice
  7. Celeste: it means divine music.
  8. Calypso: a patterned name that is rhythmic in music
  9. Cadence: a beat of a melody.
  10. Lyric: this means words on which music tones are created.
  11. Aida: an opera player portraying a story of love and betrayal.
  12. Diva:  a popular female musician in the world of opera.
  13. Carol: a classical name 
  14. Euphony: a joyous melody
  15. Grace: a small musical note.
  16. Madonna: a Latin cat name that means my lady.
  17. Melody: a tone of music that can be either high or low
  18. Viola: a pattern of the melody.
  19. Rihanna: America’s pop singer.
  20.  Sonata: a small music note.
  21. Harper: one who portrays the harp.
  22. Rhythm: a pattern of music.
  23. Brio: a musical way of saying a form of tone.
  24. Coda: a piece of tone is to be put to an end.
  25. Chord: a symphonic group of frequencies that contains musical notes.
  26. Reed: a fine string that vibrates whenever a sound is made with woodwind.
  27. Riff: a replication of pattern in a musical note.
  28. Major: it is a pointer that is defined by the tune of the music.
  29. Forte: a powerful music note.
  30. Alto: an elevated tone of melody than the vocals.
  31. Shir: it means a song or hymn.
  32. Morgan: it is an ocean melody.
  33. Banjo: it is a stringed instrument.
  34. Ahir: a Hindustani classical raga from medieval times.
  35. Elvis: a Scandinavian origin and means clever and intelligent.
  36. Canto: an Italian word for a paragraph of a song.
  37. Allegra: a piece of jolly and alluring music.
  38. Cantrelle: a french name of a “song.”
  39. Clarion: a trumpet with a loud frequency tune.
  40. Philomena: a Greek name meaning a person who enjoys music. 
  41. Rayna: a piece for the creator of beings. 
  42. Sonatina: it is defined as an easy and quick song.
  43. Tehila: appreciation music.
  44. Sonnet: a traditional name that is defined as different yet simple. 
  45. Roni: a Hebrew name that means my melody or song.
  46. Liron: it means a tune for themselves.
  47. Adagio: a neutral name that means relaxed and calm. 
  48. Mandolin: a musical instrument that looks like a guitar. 
  49. Symphony: a full composition of a song with all the tools of music. 
  50. Violin: a musical instrument

Even with a narrowed-down list of music-related cat names, it’s still hard to pick a favorite.

For a girl, I really love sonatina. It’s so unique, don’t you think?

As for male cats, I’m thinking Opus. Cats truly are one of nature’s greatest masterpieces!

Orange cat laying on top of a record player with text : 100 magnificent music-related cat names.

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Andreea Juganaru
Andreea Juganaru

Andreea is a very passionate content creator and her purpose is to provide you with the most interesting articles, while constantly discovering new facts. She’s been freelance writing for the past five years and has created numerous articles and educational materials while managing her own business.

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