Alfréd Márkus

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Alfréd Márkus
Born20 February 1883
Budapest, Austro-Hungarian Empire
DiedNew York City, United States
30 October 1946
OccupationComposer
Years active1933-1938 (film)

Alfréd Márkus (1883–1946) was a Hungarian composer noted for his operettas and film scores.[1] 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.

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shepherd p.27

Bibliography[edit]

  • Shepherd, John. Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world, Volumes 3-7. Continuum, 2005.

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