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I saw the score but didn't know how it sounded.


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Well he totally missed the 20 bar rest at J at the very least. :D

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I recognize that the score is a joke, but whatever is playing in the video doesn't bear any resemblance to what it would sound like. In other words, the video and the score are completely unrelated. Or is that supposed to be the case and I just totally missed that part of the joke?

 

Not really a joke - it's a genre called "Black MIDI". The video posted is actually pretty tame by normal Black MIDI standards.

 

Search YouTube and you will see some pretty crazy stuff...

 

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I recognize that the score is a joke, but whatever is playing in the video doesn't bear any resemblance to what it would sound like. In other words, the video and the score are completely unrelated. Or is that supposed to be the case and I just totally missed that part of the joke?

 

Not really a joke - it's a genre called "Black MIDI". The video posted is actually pretty tame by normal Black MIDI standards.

 

Search YouTube and you will see some pretty crazy stuff...

 

Interesting, never heard of that. Nevertheless, the "Death Waltz" from the video in the article isn't related whatsoever to John Stump's "Faeries Aire and Death Waltz" score.

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