Most handwritten fonts are designed to mimic 20th-century copyists, who wrote out music in the days when that was quicker and easier than getting something printed.
I don’t think there are any that are ‘inspired by traditional classical composers’. In fact, I’m not sure what that means. “It looks like Beethoven’s handwriting?” (I wouldn’t want that!)
I would strongly advice that if you’re writing music that is ‘inspired by traditional classical composers’, that you use fonts that mimic traditional engraving (e.g. Bravura, Maestro, November, MTF-Cadence, etc) rather than hand-written fonts, which tend to be used more in areas like jazz, music theatre and others.