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Stephen Malinowski Conducts Beethoven Classic With Graphics

 - May 4, 2012
References: musanim.cerizmo & wimp
There's much appreciation for classical music and, to enhance it, producer Stephen Malinowski has created an amazingly detailed animation for Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.

As the music plays, there are colored bar graphs that light up to resemble each note hit. Each audio note that pans out is meticulously on par with the white light, which shows how fast and slow the music goes. For some people, the Fifth Symphony from this renowned musician is just a song everyone's heard before, but Malinowski breaks down the song visually to allow viewers to feel and connect to the music.

Depending on the speed and flow of the song, the cluster of colored bars light up to show the many perplexing notes that are part of the song. People who never really thought about classical music can now see it visually.