There are so many interesting places on the web with MaMuTh subjects - below I list just a few that I think most inspiring. A variety of other links (more music theory in general, less specific mathematical) you will find in the FAQ section.
- University of Zürich, Switzerland
- University of Osnabrück, Germany
- Technische Universität and Humboldt-Universität
Including a mascot! (Guess what kind? - a prehistoric shaggy elephant...)
- Technische Universitšt Dresden, Germany
- Guerino Mazzola's Homepage
Guerino Mazzola's curriculum vitae
List of works, information about his current projects, lectures, powerpoint presentations...
A high-end, free music software developed by Guerino Mazzola and Oliver Zahorka, with many tools for rhythmic, melodic, harmonic analysis and also expressive performance. Oliver Zahorka called it Deep blue in music.
- David Cope's EMI (experiments in
Another software that was compared to the deep blue chess computer. One of its main focuses is style analysis of existing composers and algorithmic composition; it has generated really impressive pieces of music in the style of Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Joplin and others.
- Symmetrica (Harald
Symmetrica is a scientific software covering algorithms of group theory and combinatorial enumeration. It has been used to calculate classes of musical motifs (like I did on a much lower level in my thesis).
- RUSTY (The Odradek Institute)
A project for a music-theoretical framework of java classes. This site also contains a really impressive music theory link list.
- Music: a Mathematical
Offering (Dave Benson)
Mathematics and Music (Dave Rusin)
Some more examples of the sometimes amazing ways music and mathematics can interact.
- The Sound of Mathematics
A variety of music pieces created from musical formulae: mathematics made audible. It's not later than here that you should see that mathematics can be FUN.