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    The mad scientist of music | Mark Applebaum

    The mad scientist of music | Mark Applebaum

    Mark Applebaum writes music that breaks the rules in fantastic ways, composing a concerto for a florist and crafting a musical instrument from junk and found ...
    Boredom, the real secret behind innovation: Mark Applebaum at TEDxStanford

    Boredom, the real secret behind innovation: Mark Applebaum at TEDxStanford

    In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx ...
    Radical Creativity: The Dilemma of Being Best and Worst with Mark Applebaum

    Radical Creativity: The Dilemma of Being Best and Worst with Mark Applebaum

    Watch, learn and connect: https://stanfordconnects.stanford.edu/ Why is Professor Mark Applebaum both the world's best and worst player of his self-designed ...
    AMERICAN SPARK: Mad Scientist of Music

    AMERICAN SPARK: Mad Scientist of Music

    Mark Applebaum does more than teach, write and perform music. He's constantly re-inventing, re-thinking and otherwise up-ending definitions of music.
    Mark Applebaum  The mad scientist of music

    Mark Applebaum The mad scientist of music

    Aphasia, by Mark Applebaum

    Aphasia, by Mark Applebaum

    Aphasia, by Mark Applebaum Performed by: Michael Compitello http://michaelcompitello.com Composed by: Mark Applebaum http://www.markapplebaum.com/ ...
    Music & Technology: Ge Wang & Mark Applebaum

    Music & Technology: Ge Wang & Mark Applebaum

    In collaboration with Stanford University, Mark Applebaum and Ge Wang speak about and demonstrate their work exploring technology in music. They illuminate ...
    "Aphasia"

    "Aphasia"

    Composer creates a metaphor for expressive paralysis with "Aphasia." Stanford music professor Mark Applebaum performs his piece "Aphasia," a composition ...
    Composition Machine No  1 - Mark Applebaum

    Composition Machine No 1 - Mark Applebaum

    performed by Daniel deSimone at the Boston Conservatory.
    Aphasia. Mark Applebaum / Carlota Cáceres

    Aphasia. Mark Applebaum / Carlota Cáceres