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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Bánkövi, Gyula 

 
 

 

Biography

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Name: Gyula Bánkövi
Age: 50
Nationality: Hungarian
Profession: Composer, Musical editor (Hungarian Radio, Bartók Channel – since 1994)
Marital status: Wedded - number of chlidrens: 4 (18, 21, 24, 25)

Educations:
Bartók Béla Conservatoire – Budapest (1983-87) - Composition
Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – Budapest (1987-1994) – Composition, Musical editoring

Memberships:
Artisjus - Society ARTISJUS Hungarian Bureau for the Protection of Authors' Rights (member of the presidents deputations)
Hungarian Composers’ Union (member of the presidency 2000-2006)
Attila Bozay (composer) Foundatation
Csaba Szabó (composer) Fondatation

Prizes (inter alia):
As composer:
Tribune Internationale des Compositeurs 2000 – Amsterdam (Silver-winged butterflies)
Tribune Internationale des Compositeurs 2003 – Viena (Accordion concerto)
Erkel-prize – 2004 (state award for composer in Hungary)
Tribune Internationale des Compositeurs 2007 – Paris (Les fleurs du vent)
Bartók-Pásztory prize 2012 – the most respected musical prize in Hungary

As redactor:
Artisjus prize – 1996 – for the high quality of the publicity contemporary music’s
Nivo prizes – 1996, 2000, 2004 - for the high quality of the publicity contemporary music’s in the Hungarian Radio
Lajtha prizes – 2012 for the high quality of the publicity contemporary music’s

Hobbies: Sports (Swimming, Bycicle, Running and Rowing), Modelltrains, Gadgeteer

 

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