|Born||20 February 1883|
Budapest, Austro-Hungarian Empire
|Died||New York City, United States|
30 October 1946
|Years active||1933-1938 (film)|
Alfréd Márkus (1883–1946) was a Hungarian composer noted for his operettas and film scores. He was from a Jewish background and was involved with the National Hungarian Jewish Cultural Association. Towards the end of his life he left Hungary for the United States where he died in 1946.
- The Dream Car (1934)
- Shepherd p.27
- Shepherd, John. Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world, Volumes 3-7. Continuum, 2005.
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