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Photo of Jan Klusák
Photo of Jan Klusák

Jan Klusák

“Calculation in music has long existed, and many composers seem to have calculated their music. But it always only serves as a skeleton that must be fleshed out. Similarly to bones being enwrapped by muscles. Take Bach, for instance: it also appears that he calculated his music, but he always created music.”


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