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Robert Müller-Hartmann

(1884—1950)


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(b Hamburg, 1884; d Dorking, 1950).

Ger.‐born composer, teacher, and critic (Brit. cit. 1948). Worked as mus. critic on several papers. Taught at Bernuth Cons., Hamburg; lect., Hamburg Univ. 1923–33; mus. adv., N. German Radio, 1931–3. Settled in Eng., 1933, becoming friend of Vaughan Williams, whose The Pilgrim's Progress he partially trans. into Ger. Works incl. Sym. (1927), ov., Leonce and Lena (1922), Variations on a Pastoral Theme (1925), Sinfonietta (1943), Craigelly Suite (1944), chamber mus., pf. pieces, and songs.

Subjects: Music.


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