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What is music?

What is music?

Do not google, I already do it. Wikipedia says that the art of the Muses is “techne,” skill and technology at a time.

I Know with Pythagoras went onto become a religion, but I do not think it is necessarily one thing for an elite, as his followers believed, Stravinsky apparently only took classes of Harmony for two years. What has to do Pythagoras with music? Mathematics, geometry over the time, Professor Jaime Buhigas explains it very well:

There is a theory proposed by Carl Sagan, in “The Dragons of Eden” where the human mind is defined as divided into: Neocortex, Limbic system and Reptilian complex. In another video different from this I present here, the admirable and enthusiastic graduate Mauro de Maria, builds similarly the essence of music, like a triangle, where in each vertex would put a force: Intellectual, for fans of the classical music, emotional for music rock lovers and motor for fans of reggaeton. In this video it proposes radical overhaul in the way of understanding the music and especially of teaching, giving priority to emotion above all else.

Currently there are approaches to the world of music, from disciplines as unique as theoretical physics, particularly in the field of supersymmetry, within the string theory, a different view of the universe proposed by eminent researchers such as Dr. Michio Kaku. In the following video, theoretical physicist S. James Gates, openly displays his love of mathematics and at the end shows the similarity between the twelve-tone system of Schoemberg and the model of Klein’s groups, used in supersymmetry, to “discover particles missing” within the standard model of the universe.