Resonant Thoughts: Ólafur Arnalds On “The Player Pianos Part II”

“You get things that wouldn’t make sense if you were actually playing them. So you would never think of them. Because writing and improvising on a piano is very much based on muscle memory. But with this you get rid of all that. You get this pure, unrestricted creativity.”

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