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In our world of hundreds of different languages and dialects, it has often been said that “music is the universal language.” No matter what the country or culture, you will find men, women and children dancing and singing to bring a little joy, spirituality and rhythm to their lives.
Recently, I encountered a debate where a noted physicist, with all due respect to the wonders of song, disagreed. “Mathematics is the universal language,” he argued. “Think about it, but what is music, except mathematics set to melody?” The premise is this: what Mozart or Beethoven heard in their heads when composing their great symphonies can best be described as algo- rithms that their minds organized into notes and melodies. Music is simply a wonderful expression of mathematics.