Film music - music for TV - music for theater

Eric Babak
Film Composer & Producer
Film music & TV Commercials

Film scores by Eric Babak

• Babak Music Publishing/Warner/Chappell
• Score Production - transcriptions for: IMP, Music Sales u.a.
• Clients - SAT.1 TV, PRO 7, RTL, Walt Disney, Sony, Columbia, BMG ...

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Hubl Greiner
Musician, Producer, Composer, Video Artist

Hubl Greiner is known through many projects for testing the validity of border-setting in music. The appeal of his music is clear: He is an eclectic composer/musician who seems to draw on everything from pop forms to the most abstruse modernist styles, and he uses these disparate elements to create his works.

As musician, composer, producer and co-producer he has appeared on more than 60 recordings. He has gone on tour through North- and Southamerica, Japan, Russia, Siberia, East and West Europe

He has received international awards (CD awards, "Musicians Of The Year 1989" in CSSR, Selection Swiss Radio International 2000, World Music Charts Europa 2002, etc.)

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Christof Dienz
Musician, Composer

Vienna based musician and composer CHRISTOPH DIENZ ("Die Knödel") steps with his new project into new musical dimensions. With an old traditional Austrian instrument, the zither (remember the theme of Harry Lime out of the Third Man Soundtrack!), he beats new strings.

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Luigi Archetti
Musician, Composer, Visual Artist

Luigi Archetti was born in Brescia/Italy and he lives in Zürich since 1965. He is a creative spirit and probably one of the most innovative guitar players in Europe. He has been working with Guru Guru, Iva Bittova, The Blech, Jürgen Engeler (Die Krupps), Damo Suzuki & Michael Karoli (CAN) or the Swiss Jazzlegend Werner Lüdi. Luigi also is the founder of "Wild West Productions" and he is composing theater and movie soundtracks.

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Paul Amrod
Composer & pianist
Film music, music for theater, orchester pieces

He received his musical education at the world-renowned Juilliard School.
In 1980 after a seven year tour through the New Yorker Jazz scene and as
the opening band for such acts as Janis Joplin, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, NRBQ, he returned to Juilliard and closed out with a Masters Degree, majoring in Composition. In New York he was involved in writing arrangements for A&M Records and was a Studio pianist for Columbia Records. In his earlier days he sang in choirs under the direction of Leornard Bernstein.

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