Bela Bartok: Hungarian composer and pianist, considered one of the most important composers of the century. Through his collection and analytical study of folk music, he was one of the founders of ethnomusicology.
Solfege Syllables and Signs by Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly's "relative Solfege" method - still used to teach music in countless schools and employed as musical shorthand in choirs all over the world.
Dr. Bela Schick was a Hungarian-born American pediatrician. He discovered a cure for diptheria. The Schick test is given to every newborn. He joined the Medicine Faculty of the University of Vienna where he remained until 1923 when he came to the U.S. His discovery of a test for susceptibility to diphtheria ("the Schick test") made him world famous. Schick made important studies on scarlet fever, tuberculosis, and the nutrition for infants.