Jacob Collier Plays the Same Song In 18 Increasingly Complex Emotions | WIRED

Jacob Collier plays and transforms a familiar tune through a variety of different emotions. Jacob takes “Londonderry Air” (more popularly known as “Danny Boy”) and pulls the song through many twists and turns as he transmutes the piece on the fly. How does the song sound “angry,” or “sad”? How about with more complex emotions, like “disruptive” or “betrayed”?

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Jacob Collier Plays the Same Song In 18 Increasingly Complex Emotions | WIRED

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