Hungarian electro-acoustic composer Tibor Szemzö was created in Budapest in 1955, starting his musical research in the Kodály method college at age 6. Initally playing the violin, his following discoveries of rock and roll prompted a proceed to electric guitar; the impact of John Coltrane and Charles Mingus next motivated Szemzö to create his have jazz trio (afterwards a quartet), and in 1979 he founded the minimalist ensemble Group 180. Getting into a solo profession in 1983, Szemzö started integrating spoken phrase and visual components into projects usually dominated by flute and live consumer electronics, and in 1987 he released his first single recording, Snapshot in the Isle. The downfall of Hungary’s communist guideline allowed him to started collaborating with several artists throughout European countries, and in 1998 Szemzö also produced a fresh chamber ensemble, the Gordian Knot. Various other notable works consist of Ain’t ONLY a small amount of Music for Moving Images (the rating to a assortment of black-and-white house movies published by friend Péter Forgács), The Conscience (a trilogy of narrative-based chamber compositions) and Tractatus (a half-hour piece motivated with the Austrian philosopher Wittgenstein).