Michelangelo and the Music and Mathematics of His Time

Pirina, Caterina
September 1985
Art Bulletin;Sep85, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p368
Academic Journal
Discusses several theories of Renaissance music. Theories that support the use of ancient diatonic and enharmonic forms; Connection of musical theory in the Renaissance to acoustic investigations; Analogy of Renaissance musical theory with the way in which architects impressed their attributes on their work.


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