Arthur R. Kreutz (July 25, 1906 in La Crosse, Wisconsin – March 12, 1991 in Oxford, Mississippi) was an American composer. He composed the Paul Bunyan Suite, the Dixie Concerto, the score to Martha Graham's 1942 ballet Land Be Bright, and Symphonic Blues (for orchestra) (1947); some of his orchestral pieces were played by the New York Philharmonic, with whom he appeared at times as a guest conductor. Among his other works is a 1954 opera about the University Greys of the University of Mississippi. Kreutz taught from 1954 until 1961 at the University of Mississippi; he died of cancer. The University holds his papers in its libraries.
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