Mathematics in Music: Composers of the Golden Ratio
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The golden ratio is present everywhere in the natural world surrounding us and in the art created by humanity, establishing an amazing balance between symmetry and asymmetry. Pythagoras and his followers believed that what they had identified in the golden ratio was the basic law of existence: from the shells of snails to certain parts of the human body, this ratio is reflected in countless places. The divine number, as the Greeks called it, however, would also later go on to become one of the important organising principles of music history.
Age: 12-18 year
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
pianoJózsef Balog, Fülöp Ránki
percussion instrumentsSzabolcs Joó, Dániel Láposi
music expertGergely Fazekas
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