The Euclidean Division of the Canon: Greek and Latin Sources : New Critical Texts and Translations on Facing Pages, with an Introduction, Annotations, and Indices Verborum and Nominum Et Rerum
U of Nebraska Press, 1991 - Music - 316 pages
The Division of the Canon is an ancient Pythagorean treatise on the relationship between mathematical and acoustical truths. Euclidean in style, sectional in nature, and essentially Pythagorean, the Division has been susceptible to quotation since antiquity and has attracted the attention of many musicologists, classicists, mathematicians, and historians of science.
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