Beethoven’s 10th Symphony, Now Complete

A team of music historians, musicologists, composers, and computer scientists worked together to finish Beethoven’s unfinished 10th symphony. The said symphony has been puzzled over by Beethoven fans and musicologists. 

When Ludwig von Beethoven died in 1827, he only left some musical sketches of the unfinished piece. He was unable to finish the work due to deteriorating health. The team used artificial intelligence to teach a machine both Beethoven’s entire body of work and his creative process in order to reconstruct and finish the musician’s 10th symphony. 

To learn more about the process of reconstructing and finishing Beethoven’s unfinished musical piece, check the full piece here. 

Image credit: Circe Denyer / CC 1.0 Universal

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