Hungarian music stars died at age 54

Here are 13 famous musicians from Hungary died at 54:

József Bajza

József Bajza (January 31, 1804-March 3, 1858 Pest, Hungary) also known as Jozsef Bajza was a Hungarian personality.

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Béla Imrédy

Béla Imrédy (December 29, 1891 Budapest-February 28, 1946 Budapest) also known as Bela Imredy was a Hungarian politician and economist.

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Mihály Vörösmarty

Mihály Vörösmarty (December 1, 1800 Kápolnásnyék-November 19, 1855 Budapest) a.k.a. Mihaly Vorosmarty was a Hungarian personality. He had five children, Ilona Vörösmarty, Béla Vörösmarty, , and Mihály Vörösmarty.

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Janos Prohaska

Janos Prohaska (October 10, 1919 Budapest-March 13, 1974 Bishop) was a Hungarian personality.

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Ferenc Móra

Ferenc Móra (July 19, 1879 Kiskunfélegyháza-February 8, 1934 Szeged) also known as Ferenc Mora was a Hungarian writer.

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Ernö Rapée

Ernö Rapée (June 4, 1891 Budapest-June 26, 1945 New York City) also known as Erno Rapée, Ernö Rapée, Rapée, Ernó Rapee or Erno Rapee was a Hungarian film score composer, conductor, composer and music director.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Miklós Nyiszli

Miklós Nyiszli (June 17, 1901 Șimleu Silvaniei-May 5, 1956 Oradea) a.k.a. Dr. Miklos Nyiszli, Miklós Nyiszli or Miklos Nyiszli was a Hungarian physician.

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Géza Anda

Géza Anda (November 19, 1921 Budapest-June 14, 1976 Zürich) otherwise known as Geza Anda or Anda, Géza was a Hungarian personality.

His discography includes: Great Pianists of the 20th Century – Géza Anda, Piano Concerto / 6 Piano Pieces, The Piano Concertos, Piano Concerto nos. 6, 17 & 21 / Geza Anda, Klavierkonzerte (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. Rafael Kubelík, piano: Géza Anda), Konzert für Klavier und Orchester / Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 / Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, Klavierkonzerte 1–3, , and Piano Concertos nos. 24 & 25.

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Gyula Krúdy

Gyula Krúdy (October 21, 1878 Nyíregyháza-May 12, 1933 Budapest) was a Hungarian journalist and writer. His children are Gyula Krúdy, Ilona Krúdy, Mária Krúdy and Zsuzsa Krudy.

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László Budai

László Budai (July 19, 1928 Budapest-July 2, 1983 Budapest) otherwise known as Laszlo Budai was a Hungarian personality.

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Thurzó family

Thurzó family (April 16, 1466 Kraków-August 2, 1520 Nysa) was a Hungarian personality.

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Ferenc Hirzer

Ferenc Hirzer (November 21, 1902 Budapest-April 28, 1957 Trento) was a Hungarian personality.

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Chaim Michael Dov Weissmandl

Chaim Michael Dov Weissmandl (October 25, 1903 Debrecen-November 1, 1957 Mount Kisco) was a Hungarian rabbi.

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