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The most recent Google Doodle allows you to compose your very own Bach chorale, using a clever bit of interactive AI counterpoint. Now, people are sharing their own compositions.
You can even download your completed composition in four-part counterpoint. Here are our favourites so far...
The rhythm isn’t quite there, but this Twitter user deserves several brownie points for managing to create the first Bach-video game music mash-up on the Internet.
With beautiful resolutions and a lovely anticipatory F sharp at the end of the line, this gets our vote for the most believable piece of fake-Bach.
The idea might be stronger than the execution on this one...
In the famous words of Guinness World Record-winning violinist Ben Lee, “if you can play it slowly, you can play it quickly”. It’s certainly speedy...
We couldn’t resist.