Muller-Reuter, Theodor



Teacher, conductor and composer; born in Dresden. Studied composition under Julius Otto and Ludwig Meinardus, and piano under Friedrich and Alwin Wieck at Dresden, and attended the Hoch Conservatory at Frankfort from 1878 to 1879.' He became teacher of piano and theory at Strasburg Conservatory in 1879 and retained this position until 1887, when he went to Dresden and conducted the male chorus Orpheus, the following year. In 1889 he conducted the Dreysig Singakademie, and in 1892 he began to teach in the Conservatory. He has written the opera, Ondolina and Der tolle Graf; female choruses with piano accompaniment; a Paternoster for mixed chorus and orchestra; male chorus with and without accompaniment; studies, songs and piano-pieces.