Siklós studied at Budapest's music academy under Hans von Koessler. From 1918 on he taught composition, aesthetic and choir singing at the academy; in 1928 he became a ministerialis commissioner at the conservatory.
He composed two operas and a pantomime, two symphonies and a symphony for twelve double basses, four orchestral suites, two cello concertos, a piano concerto and one violin concerto. On the side, he penned a Hungarian music lexicon and a musical treatise.
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