Ülo Raudmäe (24 January 1923, Rapla, Estonia – 14 October 1990, Tallinn, Estonia) was an Estonian composer, conductor and trombonist.
Raudmäe started trombone at the age of 13. In 1941 he graduated from Tallinn Secondary School and joined the first entertainment orchestra "Golden Seven." From 1940 to 1946 he studied at the Tallinn Conservatory. He worked as a theatre and band trombonist and conductor until his death in 1990.
As a composer, Raudmäe created the musicals The letter of demand (1965), The fable of Music (1967), Pippi Longstocking (1969), Four Musketeers (1972) and Men (1974), among other works.
Works for Winds
- Galop (1960)
- Kaera Jaan (1989)
- Katkendid Viljandi lauludest (1985)
- Lóbusad tromboonid (1983)
- Marupolka (1989)
- Medley of Estonian Folk Songs (arr. Vesilind) (2014)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. " Ülo Raudmäe." Accessed 9 May 2016.
- Ülo Raudmäe, TTU Accessed 9 May 2016