The Origamic Symphony™℗

Composer: Link Starbureiy
The Origamic Symphony (TOS) is a musical simulacrum whose algorithmic composition lies generically between any 26-measure scale; but, architecturally, the Planck and nano scales [domains] (known as subchemistry, Cs).

Resting atop the hypothesis that every brane arrangement is (geometrically) convertible, solvable, and scorable, TOS is responsive to the calculus of Egglepple resonances (imagined as frets pertinent to stereotyping EGP).
"There is this beautiful symphony playing - everywhere, all the time."^ - Link Starbureiy
The symphony treats the entire portfolio as a (single loopstring*) path integral (line) subject to integration (including integration-by-parts [the twisting of pencils]) and derivation. All walks are integrated in twistor space, and output a stew derivative.Symphonic evidence is its subject (Egglepple). A continuous function. (see also Lnq's Starting Five)

Notes (+): +The Origamic Symphony is the score of Mathilda/Stewart.

+Here "origami" specifies "p-brane (membrane/frame) folding". Namely, it is the twisting of measures (length) between the Planck and nano scales.