This is one of the things I made early this year at home. At the time, I think I was just listening exclusively to Bach and especially Glenn Gould because everything else seemed to drive me out of my mind.

I needed something short, that would highlight the major dot points in a unique way, but not come across as a power point presentation. Usually you try to overcompensate with bombast, and I wondered what would happen if you took the opposite direction.

I ended up recording my own version of a Fugue 6 WTC Book II BWV 875 soundcloud.com/stretta/fugue-6-wtc-book-ii-bwv-875, and set about animating the camera in a way to suggest it was dancing to the music. The music was mixed in surround, and I wanted to emphasise the contrast between the dry piano up front and the reverb-drenched supporting lines in the back.

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