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Robert Müller-Hartmann

Germany composer.

Müller-Hartmann studied at the Stern Conservatory in Berlin, then taught music theory at the Bernuth Conservatory in Hamburg from 1913, also at the Vogt Conservatory. He held a lectureship at Hamburg University 1922–33 (cf. OJ 14/45, [20]), while also serving as music critic for the Hamburgischer Correspondent and Hamburger Fremdenblatt. In 1937, he settled in London, later in Dorking (Surrey). In addition to orchestral and chamber works and Lieder, he wrote Aufgaben zur Harmonielehre [Exercises for the Theory of Harmony] (Leipzig, 1928).


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