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    24 Oct '19 17:43
    https://youtu.be/DSehaKPfUdg

    'Sacre Blue' for enhanced symphony orchestra.
    1996 Philadephia game game one co-ordinates mapped to tone pitches and piece motifs. An idea I've been working on for a while.
    Comments appreciated.
  2. Standard memberAnderssen
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    24 Oct '19 17:481 edit
    Awesome idea.
    I'll check it out when I get home.
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    24 Oct '19 18:01
    @Anderssen

    Thanks Anderssen, It's a balance of keeping true to the musical algorithm and making it sound musical. The opening C H E S S - is made from the notes C, H (german for B) E and S (german es being Eb)
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    24 Oct '19 18:10
    That's good that you follow a set of rules or a rough guide or it would just be biased. (Not sure if that makes sense 🤔)
    I was actually just watching the river and wondering how you would decide the sound for each move or piece.
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    24 Oct '19 18:15
    @Anderssen I'll post my algorithm, when I find it under this pile of papers.
    Approximately it's 64 squares spread across six octaves.
    My next version will use the octatonic scale (Debussey uses in his Nuages (Clouds)}
  6. Standard memberAnderssen
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    24 Oct '19 18:27
    I wonder which chess openings will sound the most powerful?
    Definitely cool.
    Chess addicts could have their own music. 🤗
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    24 Oct '19 18:43
    @Anderssen That's what I'm hoping to achieve. Any chess game represented in music. Perhaps in real time. Possibly getting ahead of myself. Probably has to be more subtle than my first efforts.
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    24 Oct '19 19:25
    @shurik41 said
    https://youtu.be/DSehaKPfUdg

    'Sacre Blue' for enhanced symphony orchestra.
    1996 Philadephia game game one co-ordinates mapped to tone pitches and piece motifs. An idea I've been working on for a while.
    Comments appreciated.
    Excellent! You should post this in the Chess Forum.
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    24 Oct '19 22:15
    I will Andy. How do I do it?
  10. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    24 Oct '19 23:20
    @shurik41 said
    I will Andy. How do I do it?
    Look at the top of your opening screen and locate the Forums button. Click on it and select "Chess" from the drop-down menu. Start a thread the same way you did in the General Forum.
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    25 Oct '19 11:00
    @shurik41 said
    https://youtu.be/DSehaKPfUdg

    'Sacre Blue' for enhanced symphony orchestra.
    1996 Philadephia game game one co-ordinates mapped to tone pitches and piece motifs. An idea I've been working on for a while.
    Comments appreciated.
    Oh the irony!

    I put DSehaKPfUdg into regular YouTube in error. I found something completely different.

    I thought that you might have been pranking us.

    Anyway, I did find my way to your intended site. The dramatic tones fit this historic game quite well. Kudos for creativity!


    🙂
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    26 Oct '19 12:46
    Thanks Wolfe,
    I didn't mean the post to look like spam but on reflection, yes!

    Happy you took the time to watch and listen.
    Best wishes,
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