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Gábor Csontos

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About Gábor Csontos

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    Starving Musician
  • Birthday 10/07/1998

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    High school student
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    politics, history, physics
  • Favorite Composers
    Tchaikovsky, Beethoven
  • Notation Software/Sequencers
    FL Studio, Musescore
  • Instruments Played
    piano (beginner)

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  1. Gábor Csontos

    Sonata movement for violin and piano

    Hey! I'm an amateur composer, I've started composition 3 years ago. This is my first serious attempt in composing for piano and violin, so I would really appreciate your feedback. The sheet music is work-in-progress, there's not many slurs or dynamic markings yet, as I'm still consulting with a violinist friend about the playability of the piece. Thanks in advance for all the answers and listens!
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    What Is The Meaning Of Composition?

    I think every human being has a need for self-expression. Some of us do this by practicing some kind of art. I have tried writing, drawing, painting--and now composing, and I find that they are very much alike. To do them they all need some sense of art, and some knowledge about craft, but via them we all do the same: try to express our feelings, our inner workings, and make ourselves feel that we created something; something that's new and different from the things that were already there. When I read a book, and see how well it's written, I instantly feel an urge to write something--I just want to make my own. The same is happening with music--I just want to try and create something that is mine and that I can listen to, and pretend that it has any kind of artistic value :P Anyway, as far as I see, a symphony tells the same things as a poem, or a painting or a novel--it's a bit of the author's soul crafted into something considered "a piece of art."