Scientist Stephon Alexander: ‘Infinite Possibilities’ Unite Jazz And Physics

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# Category: Music

## The Jazz of Physics – Stephon Alexander

## A Belated Apology to Mozart and Modular Arithmetic – Evelyn Lamb, Scientific American

## BBC Radio 3 – The Essay: Music and Mathematics

## Painted with numbers: mathematical patterns in nature – The Guardian

## Music and Mathematics: same but different – The Panmonism Project

Scientist Stephon Alexander: ‘Infinite Possibilities’ Unite Jazz And Physics

by Ari Daniel via npr

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A Belated Apology to Mozart and Modular Arithmetic

“What do Mozart and modular arithmetic have in common? I used to think I didn’t like them. I’m sorry, Mozart and modular arithmetic. Please forgive me.”

Evelyn Lamb, Scientific American.

“Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy untangles the fascinating maths hidden beneath the surface of some of our great contemporary and historical works of art. In this edition, he starts with composer Philip Glass…He also talks about the work of Olivier Messiaen, Arnold Schoenberg and Indian tabla players of the eighth century.”

With Marcus du Sautoy

“Introduction to Panmonism” is among 20 accepted works for the 2015 Bridges Short Movie Festival featured at the Bridges Conference 2015 in Baltimore, USA

http://bridgesmathart.org/home/