From the producer, Nahum Mendez Chazarra: "I made this video two years ago using all the images available at the time.
"The first images are from July 2004, and the latest ones are, as far as I can remember, from March 2012. The images are not ordered; I just tried to use the length of the sequences to fit the beats in the music.
"It took me a full week to convert, watch all the images and look for sequences from this period and edit the video."
Chazarra, who set the video to the Beethoven’s "Moonlight Sonata," says he 'recorded' the music himself.
"I sequenced the music in a MIDI keyboard and synthesized the sound using 'Reason' [computer software]."
- QuickTime 320w 25 MB
- QuickTime 480w 55 MB
- QuickTime 640w 83 MB
- QuickTime 1280w (High Definition) 239 MB
- MP4 640w 139 MB
- M4V 1280w 62 MB
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