Mathematical Basis of the Arts (Music Reprint Ser.)

 
9781593860080: Mathematical Basis of the Arts (Music Reprint Ser.)

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Schillinger, Joseph
Published by Clock & Rose Press, Harwich Port (2003)
ISBN 10: 1593860080 ISBN 13: 9781593860080
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Book Description Clock & Rose Press, Harwich Port, 2003. Cloth. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Reprint. Harwich Port: Clock & Rose Press, 2003. Reprint. 8vo. Grey-blue cloth binding, gold titles. 696 pp. A work of revolutionary implications in the field of esthetics, this book formulates the basic laws of mathematical logic underlying all art structures. To mathematicians, engineers and scientists, the Einsteinian approach to the arts will prove stimulating. To painters, composers, motion picture technicians, and industrial designers, Schillinger's original method of rhythmic design will prove a fertile source of fresh techniques. The book runs the gamut from the speculative to the practical, demonstrating how creative works may be synthesized through mathematics. Schillinger achieves that integration of science and art, toward which esthetic philosophers have been working since Leonard da Vinci. Mathematician, artist, and musician, Schillinger was a rare genius. The book was organized by Schillinger before his death and published posthumously. This is Schillinger's masterwork, scarce in any edition. New in new dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 015768

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Schillinger, Joseph
Published by Clock & Rose Press, Harwich Port (2003)
ISBN 10: 1593860080 ISBN 13: 9781593860080
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Book Description Clock & Rose Press, Harwich Port, 2003. Cloth. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Illustrated (illustrator). Reprint. Harwich Port: Clock & Rose Press, 2003. Reprint. 8vo. Grey-blue cloth binding, gold titles. 696 pp. A work of revolutionary implications in the field of esthetics, this book formulates the basic laws of mathematical logic underlying all art structures. To mathematicians, engineers and scientists, the Einsteinian approach to the arts will prove stimulating. To painters, composers, motion picture technicians, and industrial designers, Schillinger's original method of rhythmic design will prove a fertile source of fresh techniques. The book runs the gamut from the speculative to the practical, demonstrating how creative works may be synthesized through mathematics. Schillinger achieves that integration of science and art, toward which esthetic philosophers have been working since Leonard da Vinci. Mathematician, artist, and musician, Schillinger was a rare genius. The book was organized by Schillinger before his death and published posthumously. This is Schillinger's masterwork, scarce in any edition. New in new dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 017602

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