Different colors represent different voices, the length of each bar/spaces between bars represent the duration of notes in time.
Is this kind of visualization helpful for players? for you as a listener?
Addition: Music Animation Machine webpage here.
A lot of breathing, technique, and multiphonics going on here. That can’t be easy. Smooth funk?
From what I’m told, it’s really tough to get the fingering, and the feel, and the different voices of a Bach piece working together, but Ireland’s John Feeley does a really fine job:
I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s an appeal to a sense of the deeply tragic going on, well-designed but emotionally intense songs; compositions with some classical influence and historical context, but still functioning as popular/bar songs.
He manages to work with excellent singers too.
Going For Baroque (get it?):
I imagine a bunch of little kids slowly waking-up in a loft, daylight breaking through shutters, the cobwebs of sleep still filling the room.
A simple wonder at the architecture of things: