Robert Dauber (1922–1945) was a German composer, pianist and cellist. He was a son of the bandleader Dol Dauber. He was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp, where he participated in the musical life. He performed the cello part in the opera Brundibár. He died in Dachau. A Serenade for violin and piano is his only preserved composition.

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  • Robert Dauber (1922–1945) was a German composer, pianist and cellist. He was a son of the bandleader Dol Dauber. He was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp, where he participated in the musical life. He performed the cello part in the opera Brundibár. He died in Dachau. A Serenade for violin and piano is his only preserved composition. (en)
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  • Robert Dauber (1922–1945) was a German composer, pianist and cellist. He was a son of the bandleader Dol Dauber. He was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp, where he participated in the musical life. He performed the cello part in the opera Brundibár. He died in Dachau. A Serenade for violin and piano is his only preserved composition. (en)
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