Aleksander Läte (12 January 1860 Pikasilla, Aakre Parish, Tartu County – 8 September 1948 Tartu) was an Estonian composer, conductor and music critic. He is also known as the first Estonian professional music critic.
On the initiative of Läte, the first Estonian symphony orchestra was founded in 1900 in Tartu.
Since 1932, he led the piano factory Sprenk-Läte, located in Tartu.
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- Five Cantatas
- Kalevala (overture) (1901)
- Eesti tants (for symphony orchestra, 1904)
- Tempo di mazurka (for symphony orchestra, 1904)
- "Läte, Aleksander | Estonian Music Information Centre". www.emic.ee. Retrieved 19 March 2021.