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How Music and Mathematics Relate

Gain new perspective on two of the greatest achievements of human culture—music and math—and the unexpected and fascinating connections that bind the two together.

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x********m
November 17, 2019
This is a very interesting and informative series, especially in the earlier lectures, though I found some of the later ones lacking. The lectures on self-reference and using math in composing were particular disappointments, and I felt Dr. Kung spent a bit too much time on piano tuning. Some of the mathematics described were also a bit too high-level for someone who nearly failed calculus in University. Nonetheless, I really liked most of this series and would definitely recommend it. Dr. Kung also plays the violin beautifully.

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November 4, 2019

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February 22, 2019

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