Do you know of any website having toccata and fugue thats in encarta kids 2010?
Don't know, but this might be the kind of visualization that would appeal to some kids.
Looks like visualisation from MIDI player sold with early Gravis UltraSound cards in early nineties.
Thats very appealing to me too.Thank you so much.
And to me. You're welcome.
I've had that on another website for years, I like it too.
I know you knew it for a very long time. You never had a chance to say it. It seems so.
It was actually posted here by another member, Andre, back in 2007. https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=1530808&postcount=10 I then posted it in my journal.
This is more fun that computer graphics:
That is totally awesome.
Makes me think of
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