Goldmark, Rubin (b NY, 1872; d NY, 1936). Amer. composer, nephew of K. Goldmark. Dir., Colorado Coll. Cons. 1895–1901. Teacher of pf. and theory in NY 1902–24; dir. of comp. dept., Juilliard Sch. 1924–36. Wrote Requiem for orch. (1919), Hiawatha (1900), Negro Rhapsody, and several chamber works.
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