Rothmueller, Aaron Marko
ROTHMUELLER, AARON MARKO
ROTHMUELLER, AARON MARKO (1908–1993), baritone and composer. Born in Trnjani, Yugoslavia, Rothmueller studied composition with Alban Berg in Vienna. He sang opera in Europe. He lived in England but after World War ii moved to the United States and in 1952 was appointed professor of music at the University of Indiana. His compositions include Four Sephardic Folksongs, Three Palestinian Folksongs, Three Palestinian Love Songs, a setting of Psalm 15, and In Memory of C.N. Bialik for violin, viola and cello. He wrote Die Musik der Juden (1951; The Music of the Jews, 1953).