Alfred Grünfeld (Prague, July 4, 1852 – January 4, 1924, Vienna) was an Austrian pianist and composer. He was the first pianist of note to make a recording, and a CD featuring many of his tracks is available. His brother was musician Heinrich Grünfeld. His Viennese house is at Getreidemarkt 10, and has a plaque above the door. His grave can be visited in the Zentralfriedhof in Vienna.
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