Mihály Víg

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Mihály Víg
Víg Mihály (1981).jpg
Background information
Born 1957 (age 60–61)
Budapest, Hungary
Occupation(s) Composer, poet, songwriter, guitarist, singer
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts Trabant, Balaton

Mihály Víg (born 1957, Budapest) is a Hungarian composer, poet, songwriter, guitarist and singer; co-founder of bands Trabant (1980–1986) and Balaton (1979–present), also known for musical and acting collaborations with film director Béla Tarr on films including Damnation, Sátántangó (where he also played the lead role), Werckmeister Harmonies, The Man from London and The Turin Horse.


  • Film music from the films of Béla Tarr (2001)
  • Balaton 1985. 04. 27. magnetic tape only
  • Balaton II. (concert and home-made recordings, 1992)
  • A fény közepe a sötétség kapujában (1996)
  • 1979-2009 (compilation, 2009)
  • 1987.03.27 - Inota (concert recording)

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