You will, anyway, if you spend any time talking with Jesse Berezovsky, an associate professor of physics at Case Western Reserve University. The longtime science researcher and a part-time viola player has become consumed with understanding and explaining the connective tissue between the two disciplines — more specifically, how the ordered structure of music emerges from the general chaos of sound. Full story.
Case Western Reserve University (Science Daily) / May 23, 2019
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