Hungarian music stars died at age 76

Here are 26 famous musicians from Hungary died at 76:

Eva Gabor

Eva Gabor (February 11, 1919 Budapest-July 4, 1995 Los Angeles) also known as Gabor, Eva, Éva Gábor or Gábor Éva was a Hungarian musician, actor, voice actor, businessperson and socialite.

She died as a result of pneumonia.

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Péter Kuczka

Péter Kuczka (March 1, 1923-December 8, 1999) also known as Peter Kuczka was a Hungarian writer.

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Joseph Joachim

Joseph Joachim (June 28, 1831 Kittsee-August 15, 1907 Berlin) also known as Joachim, Joseph was a Hungarian conductor, violinist and composer.

His discography includes: Violin Concerto in the Hungarian Style, Op. 11 / Violin Concerto in G minor, Op. 3 (Staatskapelle Weimar feat. conductor: Michael Halasz, violin: Suyoen Kim), Hungarian Dances for Violin and Piano / Andantino / Romance and Brahms & Joachim: Violin Concertos.

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Károly Kerényi

Károly Kerényi (January 19, 1897 Timișoara-April 14, 1973 Kilchberg, Zürich) also known as Karl Kerenyi, Karl Kerényi, Carl Kerenyi or Karl Kerényi was a Hungarian personality.

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Felix Salten

Felix Salten (September 6, 1869 Budapest-October 8, 1945 Zürich) also known as Siegmund Salzmann was a Hungarian writer, novelist and screenwriter. He had two children, Paul Salzmann and Anna-Katharina Salzmann.

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Árpád Szakasits

Árpád Szakasits (December 6, 1888 Budapest-May 3, 1965 Budapest) a.k.a. Arpad Szakasits was a Hungarian politician.

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Frigyes Riesz

Frigyes Riesz (January 22, 1880 Győr-February 28, 1956 Budapest) was a Hungarian mathematician.

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Tibor Serly

Tibor Serly (November 25, 1901 Lučenec-October 8, 1978) was a Hungarian violist.

His albums include Rózsa: Viola Concerto / Serly: Rhapsody for Viola & Orchestra / Bartók: Viola Concerto.

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Miklós Bánffy

Miklós Bánffy (December 30, 1873 Cluj-Napoca-June 5, 1950 Budapest) a.k.a. Miklos Banffy was a Hungarian novelist and politician.

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Iván Mándy

Iván Mándy (December 23, 1918 Budapest-October 6, 1995 Budapest) also known as Ivan Mandy was a Hungarian writer and screenwriter.

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Julio Baghy

Julio Baghy (January 13, 1891 Szeged-March 18, 1967 Budapest) was a Hungarian writer.

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Ervin Zádor

Ervin Zádor (June 7, 1935 Budapest-April 29, 2012) was a Hungarian personality.

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Vilmos Huszár

Vilmos Huszár (January 5, 1884 Budapest-September 8, 1960 Hierden) also known as Vilmos Huszar was a Hungarian personality.

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István Werbőczy

István Werbőczy (April 5, 1465-October 13, 1541 Buda) a.k.a. Istvan Werboczy was a Hungarian personality.

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János Ferencsik

János Ferencsik (October 18, 1907 Budapest-June 12, 1984) a.k.a. Janos Ferencsik or Ferencsik, János was a Hungarian conductor.

His most recognized albums: Beethoven Collection, Famous Piano Concertos: Piano Concerto no. 1 in E-flat major / Piano Concerto no. 2 in A major / Totentanz and Violin Concerto & Romances.

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Zoltán Meskó

Zoltán Meskó (March 12, 1883 Baja-June 10, 1959 Nagybaracska) a.k.a. Zoltan Mesko was a Hungarian politician.

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Géza Toldi

Géza Toldi (February 11, 1909 Budapest-August 16, 1985 Budapest) also known as Geza Toldi was a Hungarian personality.

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Adolf Fischhof

Adolf Fischhof (December 8, 1816 Buda-March 23, 1893 Klagenfurt) was a Hungarian writer and politician.

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Viktor Madarász

Viktor Madarász (December 14, 1840 Hungary-January 10, 1917 Budapest) also known as Viktor Madarasz was a Hungarian personality.

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Miklós Ybl

Miklós Ybl (April 6, 1814 Székesfehérvár-January 22, 1891 Budapest) also known as Miklos Ybl was a Hungarian architect.

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Ferenc Deák

Ferenc Deák (January 16, 1922 Budapest-April 18, 1998 Budapest) was a Hungarian personality.

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Joseph Ujlaki

Joseph Ujlaki (August 10, 1929 Budapest-February 13, 2006 Sète) was a Hungarian personality.

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Ferenc Berényi

Ferenc Berényi (November 9, 1927-August 2, 2004) was a Hungarian personality.

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Sandor Szondi

Sandor Szondi (August 25, 1920 Budapest-April 5, 1997 Woluwe-Saint-Lambert) was a Hungarian politician.

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Ferenc Rákosi

Ferenc Rákosi (November 25, 1910-July 10, 1987) was a Hungarian personality.

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Tommy Lapid

Tommy Lapid (December 27, 1931 Novi Sad-June 1, 2008 Tel Aviv) also known as Tomislav Lampel, Yosef Lapid, Joseph Lapid or Tommy was a Hungarian journalist, politician and presenter. His children are called Yair Lapid, Michal Lapid and Merav Lapid.

He died caused by cancer.

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