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Sheet music for Barnabas Szilagyi
— — Classical
By Alexander Lonquich, Barnabas Kelemen, Katalin Kokas, Lawrence Power, Nicolas Altstaedt, and Vilde Frang. By Bela Bartok (1881-1945) and Sandor Veress (1907-1992). Classical. Alpha #ALPHA458. Published by Alpha (NX.ALPHA458).
— — Classical
By Ditta Rohmann. By Barnabas Dukay, Peter Eotvos, Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967), Gyorgy Ligeti (1923-2006), and Gyorgy Kurtag (1926-). Classical, Cello. Classical. Hungaroton #HCD32810. Published by Hungaroton (NX.HCD32810).
— listening CD (2 discs) — Classical
By Lukas Klansky, Peter Nagel, Fu√Ç¬®lop Ranki, Tim Jancar, and Julia Kociuban. By Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Frederic Chopin (1810-1849), Lubos Fiser (1935-1999), Juraj Hatr√É¬≠k, Barnabas DukayLeos Janacek, Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994), Janez Maticic, Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992), Pavel Sivic, and Carl Vine (1954-). Country of Origin: Austria. Classical. Listening CD (2 discs). Published by Gramola (NX.GRAM99126).
— super audio listening CD —
By Zoltan Kocsis, Ivan Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Barnabas Kelemen, and Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra. By Bela Bartok (1881-1945). Super audio listening CD. Published by Hungaroton (NX.HGT32504).
— super audio listening CD —
By Zoltan Kocsis, Barnabas Kelemen, Katalin Kokas, and Zoltan Juhasz. By Bela Bartok (1881-1945). Super audio listening CD. Published by Hungaroton (NX.HGT32516).
— listening CD — Classical
By Claire Booth, Mark Padmore, Pamela Helen Stephen, Barnabas Keleman, RSVP Voices, Halle, and Ryan Wigglesworth. By Ryan Wigglesworth. Classical. Listening CD. Published by NMC Recordings (NX.NMCD213).
Classical concert pieces
- Haima-to - Two arias written for Asako Tamura internationally acclaimed opera singer. Premiere in Tokyo, June 2009.
- Este van - A bulgarian folk music inspired cycle of five choral pieces written for Soprano, Alt, Baritone and Bass. Scheduled premiere in September 2009 in Slovakia.
- Sirocco - A cycle of six pieces for trumpet and piano. Premiered in Morse Hall, The Juilliard School of Music in 2007 with trumpetest Mike Blutman.
- Matra concerto grosso - Written for wind sextet, premiered in 2007 in NYC.
- Docks of Belgrade - Piano piece, premiered in 2007, NYC, The Juilliard School of Music.
- Tente baba - Written for violin and piano, premiered in 2007 in NYC.
- Sion - Organ work, premiered by Joe Arndt in Christ Church, Park Ave, NYC, 2008
- Navrang01 - Debut album of the world music band, Navrang, in 2000.
- Vision of a circle - Debut album of earl, 2001.
- Pangea - Composer and producer of the second album of Navrang. Trottel Records, 2004.
- Plan Air - A collection of 4 hours of ensemble music on 4 albums, commissioned by Kinnarps Hungary, 2008.
- Main Bazaar - Composer and producer of the third album of Navrang. Aural Records, 2009.
- Commercial works for Sony, SkyEurope, Chrysler, Unilever, Match and other internationally-known brands.
- Scored two independent movies, directed by Bela Kortesi, 2006 and 2007.
- Several singles released with G50 Records, Trottel Records, Aural Records.
Barnabas Szilagyi is a multi-instrumentalist composer from Hungary. He was born in 1980 as the youngest member of a music instrument making family. Growing up in Eastern-Europe, he was exposed to a wide variety of cultures and music, from the miraculous sound of throat singing, to the invigorating melodies of the Balkanian folk songs. He started to play the piano at the age of 6 and violin at 7. In 1998, Barnabas founded “Navrang”, a band combining rare and interesting musical instruments from Arabia, India, the Balkans and Hungary with contemporary style and theory. In the last several years, Barnabas has toured all across Europe with his band and written music for TV series under his studio’s name, Namaste Production. In 2006, he moved to New York City, where he studied composition at the Juilliard Music School in Conrad Cummings’ class and interned at the American Composers Orchestra. He started to make his debut in the american concert halls in 2007 with his work, “Sirocco”. He currently works in NYC.