Adler, Frantisek (Franz) 4.apr.1882-14.jul.1942 Czechoslovakia, Prague - Belarus, Maly Trostinets concentration camp
jewish violinist, conductor, 1897-1903 studied violin with J Maraka and composition with Vitezslav Novak at Prague Conservatory, 1904 choir repetitor in Olomouc, 1905-1915 and 1918-1921 music teacher in Vienna Austria, 1922-1929 conductor in Berlin Germany, 1929 he worked in the shop of his parents, 1936 as composer member of Ochranne Sdruzeni Autorske Csl. Skladatelu Spisovatelh a Nakladatelu Hudebnich (OSA) Prague, before 1940 he was exiled by the Nazi's to Austria, 26.jun-14.jul.1942 transported from Prostejov to Maly Trostinets concentration camp near Minsk where the Jews were killed on arrival, he wrote Czech and German songs, marches and dance pieces a few recorded on His Master's Voice Esta ; son of merchant Ferdinand Adler (21.feb.1855-22.jun.1907 Prague)

Title Parts

[] Krasna lupicka (Schones piratenmadel). Operetta. Vinohrady Theatre, Prague 1923
[] War ein kleines, stilles haus. Voice and piano
words Adolph Donath
published in Juedische Klaenge, Hamburg 1932
published in Israelitischen Familienblattes, Hamburg, 1932 December 29, Nr. 52
ms Jewish National Library, Jerusalem Israel

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