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A Musical Composition Based on Pi


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Michael Blake assigned note values to numerals and played pi to the first 31 decimal places. He starts with a simply piano melody, but then he brings in an accordion, a xylophone, a ukulele, a banjo, and other instruments.

via Geekosystem | Previously: Pi on the Piano

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Would've been more interesting if he serialized some pitches and based his melody off of the row he created. Anyway, it's somewhat pretty, but the counterpoint in canon doesn't work. Just... my... two... cents.
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