Symphonic Complexities by Anna Katharina Reinbold

This visualisation quantifies the instrumental contribution to the final movement of six classic symphonies. Each visual based on the classical seating arrangement of an orchestra and considers the number and kind of notes played, thus @project.showing the complexity involved in playing each of these pieces.
Each instrument is represented by a ribbon comprised of eight lines signifying the keys of an octave. Originating at the @project.seated position and moving towards the conductor at the centre of the arrangement. The weight and curvature of the @project.stroke is determined by the number of notes played throughout the final movement.