Doppler, Árpád, Austrian pianist and composer, son of Karl (Károly) Doppler; b. Pest, June 5, 1857; d. Stuttgart, Aug. 13,1927. He went to Stuttgart as a young man and studied there. He was engaged to teach in N.Y. and spent three years there (1880–83). He later returned to Stuttgart and taught at the Cons. He publ. a number of salon pieces for piano, and also wrote two operas, Halixula (Caligula; Stuttgart, 1891) and Much Ado about Nothing.
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