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Somebody has animated sheet music of John Coltrane's saxophone, holy shit. Actually a little dizzying to watch, but so much fun too.

m.youtube.com/watch?v=2kotK9FN

@hollyamory I love this, but it bugs the crap out of me every time I see it since it's not transposed.

@hollyamory Hah! Jazz fans can be such obnoxious fuddy-duddies. It's nothing short of miraculous that in a decade-plus this has only garnered a few hundred downvotes.

@hollyamory
This is neat but I think it would be easier to watch if the notes appeared onto a scrolling blank staff as they were played instead of jumping the frame sideways.

@stelepami
Yeah the jumpiness makes it a little hard for me to watch.

@hollyamory THat is *insanely* marvelous! :-) Thanks for posting!

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