Johanna Müller-Hermann (15 January 1878 – 19 April 1941) was an Austrian composer and pedagogue. She studied under Alexander von Zemlinsky, and was one of the foremost European female composers of orchestral and chamber music in her day. She wrote an oratorio, In Memoriam, to a text by Walt Whitman, and a symphonic fantasy on the Ibsen play Brand.
- Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians; 8th ed.; revised by Nicolas Slonimsky, 1992, p. 1275
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