There's a lot going on in painter Hieronymus Bosch's turn of the 16th century-era triptych, "The Garden of Earthly Delights." Its central and right panels show humans in the eponymous garden and hell respectively. It is, in fact, the hell panel where Bosch's truly wicked sense of humor shines through in the various ingenious tortures he devised for sinners.
It was on one such torture victim that Amelia, a music student at Oklahoma Christian University, found several phrases of sheet music inscribed. On the man's bottom, to be precise.
Then she decided that music needed to be heard. "I decided to transcribe it into modern notation, assuming the second line of the staff is C, as is common for chants of this era," she said on Tumblr. … Read more