August Eberhardt Müller was a German composer and pianist who lived from 1767 to 1817. He was a contemporary of composers such as Beethoven and Mozart, and his music is known for its lyricism and expressive melodies. Müller was a prolific composer, and he wrote music for a wide variety of genres, including operas, symphonies, chamber music, and piano works.
Müller’s piano music is characterized by its flowing melodies and complex harmonies. Many of his piano pieces are based on popular dances of the time, such as minuets and waltzes, and they often have a light, graceful quality. Müller’s piano music is still enjoyed by classical music fans today.