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Algorithm to complete Beethoven’s unfinished symphony

By DW
22 December 2019   |   11:40 am
For the 250th birthday of the German composer, a complete performance will be given of what an algorithm predicts his final symphony would have sounded like. The symphony is to be performed in April by a full orchestra.

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