Poeme Symphonique for 110 Metronomes

One day in 1962, Hungarian composer György Ligeti got the bright idea to compose a symphony for 100 metronomes. The musical tempo keepers are wound to the max and set to different speeds to create different rhythmic patterns and something that resembles a field of grass. This time, the CFA Music Groups reinterpret the piece with 110. We’re not sure if it’s chaotic, but it sure sounds like a cacophonous harmony.