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Originally appearing in Volume V22, Page 91 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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DAVID POPPER (1846— ), Bohemian violoncellist, was born at Prague, and educated musically at the conservatorium there, adopting the 'cello as his professional instrument. He was soon recognized, largely through von Billow, as one of the finest soloists of the time, and played on tours throughout the European capitals. In 1872 he married the pianist Sophi Menter, from whom he was separated in 1886. In 1896 he became professor at the Royal Conservatoire at Budapest. He published various works, mainly compositions for- the 'cello, together with four volumes of studies arranged as a violoncello school.
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