Category Archives: Sheet Music “Visualizations”

Visualization of Malena Sheet Music

I wrote a bit about Malena and syncd. the sheet music and Demare’s 1942 recording, here. In 1957 Demare recorded a solo piano album, and Malena is on it. There is a Youtube embed of the recording, following the visualization. … Continue reading

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Visualization of El Choclo Sheet Music

Another “Visualization”, El Choclo. As usual, the music is a simplified piano score and not the music as played by the s. Melodic direction and duration will be mostly correct; the accompaniment much less so. Nevertheless, it is interesting to … Continue reading

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Visualization of El Adiós Sheet Music

Another “Visualization”, this time El Adiós. Created using Stephen Malinowski’s 2006 Music Animation Machine software. This old version produces an animation which is very, very basic compared to the visualizations Malinowski is producing now. The result is interesting, and worth … Continue reading

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Visualization of Milonga de mis amores (Sort of)

After posting Visualizing Music earlier today I spent a couple of hours with Stephen Malinowski’s free 2006 Music Animation Machine software. I played with it a little in the past. This old version produces an animation which is very, very … Continue reading

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Visualizing Music

Many (most?) readers of Tango Musicology do not read music. For musicians a score comes to life by looking at it. We “hear” it. But for non-music readers, music is just a mess of incomprehensible black symbols. From time to … Continue reading

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