Zádor, DezSõ, Hungarian baritone; b. Horna Kru-pa, March 8, 1873; d. Berlin, April 24, 1931. He studied in Budapest and Vienna. He made his debut as Alma-viva in 1898 in Czernowitz; then sang in Elberfeld (1898-1901); was subsequently a member of the Komische Oper in Berlin (1906-11). In 1911 he joined the Dresden Court Opera, singing there until 1916; then went to the Budapest Opera (1916-19); was later a member of the Berlin Städtische Oper (1920-24). He made guest appearances at Covent Garden in London and in Paris, Milan, and Chicago. During the last years of his career, he sang bass roles.
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