Samuel Adler

Samuel Adler ist der Name folgender Personen:

  • Samuel Adler (Rabbiner) (1809–1891), deutscher Rabbiner
  • Samuel Adler (Sänger) (1831–1899), US-amerikanischer Opernsänger deutscher Herkunft
  • Samuel Adler (Maler) (1889–1979), US-amerikanischer Maler
  • Samuel Adler (Komponist) (* 1928), US-amerikanischer Komponist deutscher Herkunft
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