• Tasks planned in this step of the project


    1. Where music meets maths.

    Mathematics and music seem to be very different, but in fact they have a lot in common. How does maths appear in music? Is it necessary to be a good mathematician to become a musician?

    In this step project participants are to examine music issues taking into account mathematical aspects.The task is difficult, but the methods and final outcomes depend on you!

    2. Combinatorics and music.

    Students will explore the possibilities of different melodies, sequences of notes, arbitrary and pleasing ones. They will address the problem not only from the point of music but also from the point of mathematics. They will try to change the question into a mathematical problem.

    They will try to answer questions like: Will we run out of the songs which we are able to make? Is the number of 1-minute long sequences of notes large enough to ensure that we will never run out of the possibilities? How many different pleasing melodies can we create from e.g. 8 notes.

    They will also perform the products of their thinking and creative processes.

  • Is there anything in this part of the project that should be changed or added? Write your opinion!