J S Bach visualized Cello Suite #1

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jim mcnamara
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Thanks to Kathy Spindler:
Alexander Chen's nifty visualized Bach - Start the process, then wait for it to get "strings and four balls tuned" before the piece starts

https://www.chenalexander.com/Bach
 
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They are announcing a live performance on https://www.telekom.de/magenta-tv of Beethoven's 10th performed by the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn on Oct., 9th at 1700 GMT. I haven't a link to the live stream yet and don't know whether it is restricted to certain locations. But I hope I will be able to listen.

And by the way: they had an AI complete the piece!
 
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Thanks to Kathy Spindler:
Alexander Chen's nifty visualized Bach - Start the process, then wait for it to get "strings and four balls tuned" before the piece starts

https://www.chenalexander.com/Bach
Ack, little help here please. I didn't get past the first 30 seconds. The lengths of the lines and the motion of the balls seems to have nothing to do with the music. What am I missing? Or are we supposed to ignore the start and skip to someplace farther into the video? Hope I'm not being an idiot here...

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The balls define the 4/4, and the length of the strings seem proportional to the height of the note: the higher the note the shorter the string.
 

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