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In Leipzig he studied composing music from the organist [[Max Reger]], while his organ teacher was [[Karl Straube]], the virtuous organist of the famous St. Thomas Church. Leipzig was an organ-paradise at that time, whose effects can be heard in all the works by d’Antalffy.
The synthesis of Max Reger, combining the tradition of Bach with the modern moves of [[Franz Liszt|Liszt]] and [[Brahms]], is part of his mindset when seasoning his traditional themes and melodies with impressionist, [[Claude Debussy|Debussy]]-like harmonies. D’Antalffy, the composer with a vivid, open mind seems to have found his musical self at that time.
[[Enrico Bossi]], his teacher of interpretation and methodology in Bologna, had similar effects on him.Bossi’s works, which amount to a large number of 150 movements altogether, are centred around the organ. While Reger used liturgical genres, such as the coral, the fugue, Bossi composed hardly anything else but concert pieces. D’Antalffy joined the latter movement. Bossi’s impact on d’Antalffy as a teacher became tangible in 1911, when he wrote his ‘Organ School’ in two volumes, still being the most detailed and versatile course book in Hungarian focusing on both the musical and the technical development of the pupil while containing plenty of exercises and remarks.