Rottenberg, Ludwig , Austrian conductor and composer; b. Czernowitz, Bukovina, Oct. 11, 1864; d. Frankfurt am Main, May 6, 1932. He studied with A. Hřimalý, R. Fuchs, and E. Mandyczewski in Vienna; was Kapellmeister at the Stadttheater in Brünn (1891–92) and at the Frankfurt am Main opera (1893–1926). In 1910 and 1913 he conducted at Covent Garden in London. He publ. a collection of 30 songs, a Violin Sonata, and piano variations; his opera, Die Geschwister, was produced in Frankfurt am Main on Nov. 30, 1915. Rottenberg was the father-in-law of Paul Hindemith .
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