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While I was up in Seattle for the last two weeks, there wasn’t much to do for the majority of the time. To pass the time, I spent most of it on the computer writing an electric symphony.

Classical symphonies have very strict form- I took some of this to heart and then took creative liberties with the rest of it. There are four movements, combining for a total listening time of 37.5 minutes. This was an exceptionally large project.

Clicking play will start the symphony; it will automatically cycle through the entire piece. If you want to re-listen to a particular movement/section, use the red arrows to navigate. Hope you all enjoy.

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