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Musicians with keypads in different sound ranges play symphonically, while people in the audience are (at times) directed to accompany them.
Stanford Mobile Phone Orchestra [a1, Sep 12 2021]
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||This idea needs more words.
||think of it like a pipe organ except instead of pipes, it's an
app on everyone's cell phones
||If everyone downloaded an appropriate ringtone, then tunes on their collective phones could be played from a large call-centre. I imagine the conductor in penguin suit with baton standing on a podium facing ranks of cubicles occupied by the call centre staff. Meanwhile outside on the streets, the dulcet tones of Beethoven's 73rd waft through the streets.
||See MoPhO link. They did at least some audience
participation concerts. Dont know if MoPhO is
around, all of their related links Im finding are
pretty old. But there are many other examples
online of the same idea.
so sure, it sounds like fun, but this is a bone for
not checking if it had done it before.