Gyula Medgyessy-Kovács

painter, composer, jazz pianist

“Fine art and music are organically and almost inseparably linked with each other. When hearing high-quality music, series of images, visions, signals and colourful patches may emerge in our internal sight, or conversely, we may be impressed by a huge variety of harmonies or disharmonies when seeing a work of fine art. A common element linking the two branches of art is rhythem, a vital component of both. Harmony, disharmony, abstraction, figurativeness, or improvisation and composition are all seemingly dichotomies of contrasts, whose relations, rhythmic or arrhytmic connection can create an artistic work both in music and fine arts.”

Gyula Medgyessy-Kovács

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