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Spectral Sounds: The Real World in the Symphony, Part III





Spectral Sounds ends its three-part exploration of sound by showcasing works inspired by the most pervasive musical force of nature, the physics of acoustics. Composers have always been fascinated by sound, but in the 21st century, technological developments in audio and computing allowed composers to understand the science behind music and create in ways never before possible. 

Spectral Sounds is a series of free streamed performances, curated by Horn Fellow Scott Leger and partnered with an interactive online concert museum, that allows the audience to engage with music and sounds featured on the program.

Part I on March 26 featured music that is inspired by birds. Part II on April 15 focused on nature and water sounds.




Spectral Sounds: The Real World in the Symphony is an NWS BLUE project. Fellow-driven projects are sponsored in part by the Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation.


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