Basically a musical multiplication table of prime numbers from 2 to 53. Map the notes of the pentatonic scale to the prime numbers from 2 to 53 so that the A two octaves above middle C repeats every two beats, the G below that repeats every 3 beats, the F below that repeats every 5 beats, and so on until the A below middle C is repeating only every 53 beats. There you have the complex rhythms of this piece. All the notes would only be played simultaneously after 794857523833903530beats, which would come out to around five billion years or so. After that everything would start all over again. Unfortunately you’ll only hear the first 10 minutes here. The polyrhythmical interactions between 2, 3, and 5, a pattern that repeats every 30 beats, is the tight core heartbeat of this piece that may otherwise sound random. It’s the first thing that catches the attention after the initial count up. But if you’re good at selective hearing you can try to tune in other patterns. Listen to the slower interaction between 7, 11, and 13 for example. Note that each number/note has a different stereo location from the one preceding or following it, but they cycle between left, right and center.
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