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(Fast Company)   SF Symphony rebrands with interactive typography that responds to sound   (fastcompany.com) divider line
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2021-02-25 6:19:01 AM  
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pehvbot: They're still going to play the music of dead white dudes though and feel all bold and modern if they play something written after WWII.


Sometimes they just play old white dude's (not dead yet) music.

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2021-02-25 12:38:37 AM  
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pehvbot: They're still going to play the music of dead white dudes though and feel all bold and modern if they play something written after WWII.


Yup, and that will always be the case, at least until the money starts coming from people who want to hear new music.
 
2021-02-24 11:52:12 PM  
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They're still going to play the music of dead white dudes though and feel all bold and modern if they play something written after WWII.
 
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