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Like any kind of art, music is subjective. It's whatever resonates the heartstrings of the individual. I personally think this is brilliant!! Every piece of wood had to be finely tuned to a certain note, and masterminded into absolute precision to bring Bach's work alive. In nature there is music in the wind, raindrops on water, sounds of feet clicking on twigs and leaves, chirping of birds and animals talking to each other. I love the point that one little wooden ball takes us back to simpler times when music wasn't provided through a digital device, but as nature originally intended it to be. The Japanese are precision masters, and they took the time to produce this while others only dream to do something so beautiful.