Since the year of 2013, Lucian Nagy started to work inside the vast world of film/theatre/documentary music productions.
He composed and produced his own artistic creations but he has been, also, hired by other composers/producers from arround the World.
Bellow you can find some of his own creations for film/theatre/game soundtracks/trailer music, beside the works in collaboration with other artists.
He recorded for albums from different genres of music, bringing a fresh and genuine air expecially with the exotic sounds of his ethnic instruments.
In the past years Lucian Nagy was collaborating with composers/producers such as: Steve Brookfield (UK), Ahmed Almusawi (OM), Olav Rasmus Vorren (NO) , Aakaash Rao (US), Michael Maas (DE), Christoph Zirngibl (DE), Georg Siebert (DE), Russell Bell (UK), Jonas Frederick (DK) and many others …
Bellow you will find some links where you can listen or watch materials from this spectrum.
You can contact Lucian Nagy for recording sessions for your albums, as well as for composing music for film, documentary, TV commercials.
He can do the studio work remotely or being live in your studio … depending where you live … maybe for Madagascar would be too expensive to pay a plane ticket + accomodation and the fees for the sessions but nothing it’s impossible!!! 🙂
As you’ve noticed, there’s a “turquoise” button above, that says ” pay with tokens”.
This is a new way through which can be paid the studio session or any commissioned music.
Remote Sessions list:
“Children of Zamunda”
– composed by Lucian Nagy
– represents a glimpse from the documentary music spectrum
“Maombi Kwa Ajili Ya Dunia”
– composed by Lucian Nagy for Hans Zimmer’s Bleeding Fingers Competition
Credits for Film/TV Soundtracks
Movie entitled “Paparazzi”
– music composed by Jonas Frederik
– Lucian Nagy played on duduk as guest artist
Soundtrack of TV Show “Omani Manuscript”
– Music composed by Ahmed Almusawi
– Lucian Nagy – turkish ney/duduk
Music for Theatre Shows
– Music composed by Lucian Nagy
“Romania, Free Country”
– Music composed by Lucian Nagy & Stefan Olariu