Saturday 4 May 1991


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

In due course, the short impression below will be replaced with a more extensive career overview


Slobodan Marković is a pianist, composer, and arranger from Belgrade. He was a member of the Belgrade Jazz Sextet, which released the album 'Incidents And Moments' in 1978. Over the years, he teamed up with artists such as Dado Topić, Aleksandar Sanja Ilić, and Bijelo Dugme. For Zdravko Čolić, he arranged many albums. 


Slobodan Marković co-composed, arranged and conducted the 1991 Yugoslavian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest, ‘Brazil’, performed by Baby Doll (Bebi Dol); 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’.


Country – Yugoslavia
Song title – “Halo halo”
Rendition – Aska (Izolda Barudžija / Snežana Misković / Snežana Stamenković)
Lyrics – Miro Zec
Composition – Aleksandar Sanja Ilić
Studio arrangement – Slobodan Marković 
Live orchestration – Slobodan MarkovićZvonimir Skerl
Conductor – Zvonimir Skerl
Score – 14th place (21 votes)

Country – Yugoslavia
Song title – “Brazil”
Rendition – Baby Doll (Bebi Dol)
Lyrics – Dragana Šarić
Composition – Zoran Vracević / Slobodan Marković
Studio arrangement – Slobodan Marković
Live orchestration – Slobodan Marković
Conductor – Slobodan Marković
Score – 21st place (1 vote)

Country – Yugoslavia
Song title – “Ljubim te pesmama”
Rendition – Extra Nena
Lyrics – Gale Janković
Composition –  Radivoje Radivojević
Studio arrangement – Slobodan Marković
(Veliki Revijski Orkestar conducted by Zvonimir Skerl)
Live orchestration – Slobodan Marković 
(orchestra in Yugoslavian national final conducted by Zvonimir Skerl)
Conductor – Anders Berglund (MD)
Score – 13th place (44 votes)

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