Adolf Schiffer

Adolf Schiffer (1873–1950) was a Czech Jewish cellist and teacher, who for many years served as professor in cello at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.wikipedia
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János Starker

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He is best remembered as being the link between two great cello teachers – being a student of David Popper and the teacher of János Starker.
He entered the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest to study with Adolf Schiffer and made his debut there at age 11.

Paul Abraham

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Schiffer’s pupils include Paul Abraham, Tibor de Machula, Gábor Rejtő, Mátyás Seiber and Laszlo Varga.
He studied cello with Adolf Schiffer and composition with Viktor Herzfeld.

Gábor Rejtő

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Schiffer’s pupils include Paul Abraham, Tibor de Machula, Gábor Rejtő, Mátyás Seiber and Laszlo Varga.
At sixteen, Rejto entered the Academy of Music under Adolf Schiffer (a pupil of and later assistant to David Popper), and two years later, with his Artist’s Diploma, he began his European concert career.

David Popper

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He is best remembered as being the link between two great cello teachers – being a student of David Popper and the teacher of János Starker.
Among his notable students were Arnold Földesy, Jenő Kerpely, Mici Lukács, Ludwig Lebell and Adolf Schiffer (teacher of János Starker).

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Adolf Schiffer (1873–1950) was a Czech Jewish cellist and teacher, who for many years served as professor in cello at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

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Adolf Schiffer (1873–1950) was a Czech Jewish cellist and teacher, who for many years served as professor in cello at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

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Adolf Schiffer (1873–1950) was a Czech Jewish cellist and teacher, who for many years served as professor in cello at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

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Adolf Schiffer (1873–1950) was a Czech Jewish cellist and teacher, who for many years served as professor in cello at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

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Adolf Schiffer (1873–1950) was a Czech Jewish cellist and teacher, who for many years served as professor in cello at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

Mátyás Seiber

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Schiffer’s pupils include Paul Abraham, Tibor de Machula, Gábor Rejtő, Mátyás Seiber and Laszlo Varga.

Laszlo Varga (cellist)

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Schiffer’s pupils include Paul Abraham, Tibor de Machula, Gábor Rejtő, Mátyás Seiber and Laszlo Varga.

András Mihály

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He studied there at the Franz Liszt Academy: cello with Adolf Schiffer, chamber music with Leó Weiner and Imre Waldbauer, and composition in private lessons with Pál Kadosa and Örkényi Strasser István.

Paul Hermann (composer)

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At the Franz Liszt Academy of Music he studied cello under Adolf Schiffer and composition, first under Leo Weiner, who was also his teacher of chamber music.