Slobodan Marković

Born: 1951, Belgrade (Yugoslavia, nowadays: Serbia)
Nationality: Serbian

Slobodan Marković is a pianist, composer, and arranger from Belgrade. He worked with artists such as Dado Topić, Aleksandar Sanja Ilić, and Bijelo Dugme. For Zdravko Čolić, he arranged many albums. In 2009, Marković accused the composers of the Bosnian Eurovision entry ‘Bistra voda’ (sung by Regina) of having plagiarised his song ‘Oltar’, but his complaint was rejected.

Slobodan Marković co-composed, arranged and conducted the 1991 Yugoslavian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest, ‘Brazil’, performed by Baby Doll; this song scored one point and finished second-last. Together with Zvonimir Škerl, Marković also arranged the Yugoslavian entries from 1982 and 1992, ‘Halo halo’ and ‘Ljubim te pesmama’.

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Songs conducted
1991: Brazil