Visualization of the 1rst Violin of 2nd symphony, 4th movement by Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838). The concept of a rapid rollercoaster ride across the corresponding staves with its notes ends with the claim »GREAT EMOTIONS«. The notes and bars are perfectely synchronized to the animation timing. The typical features of a rollercoaster had been appropriately designed and placed to the dramaturgy of the composition. Especially music-lover will experience a perfect and innovative visualization of music.
Samwise wrote:(por acaso não viste um filme chamado Seabiscuit? )
MAGG wrote:Samwise wrote:(por acaso não viste um filme chamado Seabiscuit? )
Vi, sim sr.
Deste filme gostei especialmente da forma com integraram as fotografias como complemento da acção... nem me lembrava que o everloving aparecia no filme ... desta vez o meu subconsciente resolveu manifestar-se .
The last barn they visited was run by an obscure trainer named Tom Smith, a jut-jawed old cowboy whose horsemanship ran its roots back through frontier cattle drives. Smith had come east with his new boss, the San Francisco automobile magnate Charles Howard, in search of horses for Howard’s racing stable. Owner and trainer both needed a jockey sturdy enough to handle their new purchase, a rough, tempestuous colt named Seabiscuit; Smith thought Pollard’s boxer’s physique might do the trick.
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