Vincent Adler (3 April 1826, Győr – 4 January 1871, Geneva) was a Hungarian composer and pianist. Adler received his initial musical training from his brother-in-law Ferenc Erkel and later studied in Vienna, before finally settling in Paris. From Paris, he embarked on numerous concert tours of Europe as a soloist. In 1864, he started teaching at the Geneva Conservatory. Adler composed many études and virtuosic salon pieces for the piano, which were filled with Hungarian colour.

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  • Vincent Adler (* 3. April 1826 in Győr; † 4. Januar 1871 in Genf) war ein ungarischer Komponist und Pianist. Adler erhielt eine Ausbildung bei seinem Schwager Ferenc Erkel, studierte dann in Wien und ließ sich schließlich in Paris nieder. Von hier aus unternahm er zahlreiche Konzertreisen als Pianist. Ab 1864 unterrichtete er am Konservatorium von Genf. Adler komponierte Klavieretüden und virtuose Salonstücke für das Klavier, die ungarisches Kolorit aufweisen. (de)
  • Vincent Adler (3 April 1826, Győr – 4 January 1871, Geneva) was a Hungarian composer and pianist. Adler received his initial musical training from his brother-in-law Ferenc Erkel and later studied in Vienna, before finally settling in Paris. From Paris, he embarked on numerous concert tours of Europe as a soloist. In 1864, he started teaching at the Geneva Conservatory. Adler composed many études and virtuosic salon pieces for the piano, which were filled with Hungarian colour. (en)
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  • Vincent Adler (* 3. April 1826 in Győr; † 4. Januar 1871 in Genf) war ein ungarischer Komponist und Pianist. Adler erhielt eine Ausbildung bei seinem Schwager Ferenc Erkel, studierte dann in Wien und ließ sich schließlich in Paris nieder. Von hier aus unternahm er zahlreiche Konzertreisen als Pianist. Ab 1864 unterrichtete er am Konservatorium von Genf. Adler komponierte Klavieretüden und virtuose Salonstücke für das Klavier, die ungarisches Kolorit aufweisen. (de)
  • Vincent Adler (3 April 1826, Győr – 4 January 1871, Geneva) was a Hungarian composer and pianist. Adler received his initial musical training from his brother-in-law Ferenc Erkel and later studied in Vienna, before finally settling in Paris. From Paris, he embarked on numerous concert tours of Europe as a soloist. In 1864, he started teaching at the Geneva Conservatory. Adler composed many études and virtuosic salon pieces for the piano, which were filled with Hungarian colour. (en)
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