Architecture and Music



“Architecture is frozen music,” said German philosopher Schopenhauer. “Music is molten city halls,” replied German comedian Max Goldt about a century later. Regardless of how you look at it it’s tempting to connect architecture and music - and only because it’s fun.

German electronic musicians To Rococo Rot (also see this earlier entry) composed music for an architectural project called Kölner Brett. Read a review of the result here.

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