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A new experimental composition from the underground particle smashers at CERN sonifies data gathered over a two-year stretch at the Large Hadron Collider, specifically the ALICE, ATLAS, CMS, and LHCb detectors.
There's harp, violin, clarinet, piano, five, guitar, and flute switching at various collision points along the 12-minute piece, with everything coming together around the 10-minute mark. It's quite pleasant, really.
And that the possibilities of positivity over the darkness in this one will bear fruit.
As cymbals crashed in my head, new galaxies were being born and I kept a beat by placing a hand over my heart.