Fri 27 November 2009, The Independent

Great Works: Composition in White, Black and Red (1936) Piet Mondrian

By Tom Lubbock
People have tried to get computers to compose music, and with some success, especially if the music's form is relatively formulaic. You can program music "in the style of Mozart". It won't be much good, but it can yield something plausible, something Mozart might just have done on an off-day.
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