Storms, Heartbeats, Beans and Apples make Music

So today’s the day. The final apple has dropped from the Cornish Mother in the front garden and I can start working on the score.

This is from two weeks ago, the largest drop over two days I’ve had from these trees. Really no idea at this stage how its going to sound, I’m also going to need more musicians this year to break up these dense clusters of notes. There’s been some interest in the orchestra recently and people have been sending me all sorts of great stuff based around automated composition

Kate Corder from Cultivation Field sent me this piece about using storm data to make music.
https://embed-ssl.ted.com/talks/nathalie_miebach.html
also the Heart Chamber Orchestra from Magda,

and this sent by Raquel Estrada-Nora, music from jumping beans!!

Open Boat Orchestra

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Author: appletreeorchestra

Written by trees www.appletreeorchestra.org

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