Prominent concert musician within the 1920s who became known for his exclusive musicality, technique, and erratic behavior. He debuted at Carnegie Hall in 1920 where he was similarly praised and chastised by critics for his imaginative interpretations of well-known compositions. He himself was also a composer, composing such parts as Goetz Versus the Punks, It’s Great to become Soused, Shotgun Wedding ceremony, and Vanishing Wish. They were seldom released or performed. His dad Ignácz was a vocalist with Budapest’s Royal Opera Chorus and prompted his son’s early interest for music. Ignácz passed away when his boy was just 12. He proved helpful briefly in film, getting close friends with such legends as Gloria Swanson.