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César Cui»
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Mikhail Glinka»
Victor Ewald»
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Modest Mussorgsky»
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Alexander Ilyinsky»
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Reinhold Glière»
Alexander Alyabyev»
Jules Conus»
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Viktor Stepanovych Kosenko»
Nikolai Medtner»
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Anton Arensky»
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Alexander Taneyev»
Anatoly Lyadov»
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Alexander Kopylov»
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@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
Every Noise at Once is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 2,583 genres by Spotify as of 2019-01-18. The calibration is fuzzy, but in general down is more organic, up is more mechanical and electric; left is denser and more atmospheric, right is spikier and bouncier.
 
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