Baroque.Me: there is a link between all things...

According to Wikipedia, Bach’s Cello Suites “are some of the most performed and recognisable solo compositions ever written for cello.” But whereas normal recitals involve the real-life musical instrument, tech whizz Alexander Chen recently created a digital alternative – an interactive visualisation made, he says, to highlight and explore the music’s “underlying structure and subtle shifts.” Chen reveals in-depth notes on string length, Pythagorean tuning and eight-tone patterns here – it’s well worth a look.

Here is a beautiful demonstration of how music and math relate and done through playing.

See and hear it in action

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