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Yes! What I find fascinating is you can find mathematical thinking is many different music styles. Two books that examine 'classical' style: The Math Behind the Music (Outlooks) by Leon Harkleroad Link: http://amzn.com/0521009359 A Geometry of Music: Harmony and Counterpoint in the Extended Common Practice (Oxford Studies in Music Theory) by Dmitri ...


From my pianist point of view, I would say that : Jazz pianists pretend that improvising jazz is different from improvising classical or baroque music because they have a poor left-hand, only capable of playing rhythmical chords, which cannot improvise nice melodies and thus cannot musically "talk" with the right-hand as Bach or Mozart does in his pieces. ...

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