Mathematics in Music: Bach, the Mathematician
A wealth of analysis and wild conspiracy theories has emerged over the centuries about the profound dedication with which Johann Sebastian Bach, the greatest Baroque composer of them all, was preoccupied with the science of numbers. Because while it may be just an urban legend that he was obsessed with the number fourteen, it is absolutely certain that he "invented” the musical version of the Möbius strip more than a hundred years before Möbius himself developed the concept.
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harpsichord, organDóra Pétery
baroque fluteBenedek Csalog
baroque violinRóza Lachegyi
baroque cello, viola da gambaLúcia Krommer
music expertGergely Fazekas