The always amusing Dark Roasted Blend have a nice collection of bonkers music scores - above, 'String Quartet No. 556(b)for Strings In A Minor (Motoring Accident)'. More experimental scores here.
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The composer gets all their frustrations first out on the orchestra, which surely must either a) enjoy this suffering, b) be hungry enough to do anything. The orchestra is 'Active' suffering.
Then the audience engages in Passive suffering. The few that get up and leave won't be against the wall when my revolution comes. All the ones that stay and suffer will then go home and do one of these things:
1) Pretend it was 'so great' and that they are some how more important, participating in this 'emperor has no clothes' 'high-art'.
2) Tell the awful truth of how they now can't afford the psychological treatment they need.
3) Shoot up their highschool 'Amerikan Style' and blame it not on MARILYN MANSON but rather on Fractal-Madala Melodies.
Then, finally, there's those, like me, who are still listening to the MP3 file linked above and watching their foot wiggle to the .. um... 'beat'.