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Gustav Adolf Huber (1872-1946) was a German composer, musician, and teacher from Magdeburg.  He studied under renowned violinists Karl Halir and Adolf Brodsky. After a stint in Sweden, he returned to Magdeburg where he conducted the Robert Schumann choir and the Magdeburg orchestra association. A prolific teacher, Huber was known for his spirited compositions aimed at students, reflecting a preference for light, melodic music. He defied Nazi orders by continuing to teach Jewish students. Huber's legacy lives on despite the tragedies of war and the loss of his son.