There is a project on Youtube that has been going on for years, followed by hundreds of people, with a noble purpose: to highlight the wonderful symmetries of classical music, transposing the most famous works in a visualized form, through the use of a dedicated software that synchronized visuals and music. The project is curated by the composer and engineer Stephen Malinowski, his YouTube channel has published dozens of videos where you can “chase with your eyes” a famous music piece. There are all the big masters: Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Strauss, Schumann, Debussy.
Among the transpositions that we appreciated most there is the 2nd movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and the circular view of Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody. The other astonishing video is the one you find below, Antonio Vivaldi’s Winter from his Four Seasons: the crescendo of the violins, the emotional ups and downs, a melody that often presents a perfect geometry and an energy that invests you like a warm ray of sunshine. Something that visuals show better than anything else.