The ancient Greeks found math had many of the same properties which music displayed. They especially favored 3 note patterns. An octave (the first 2 notes of Somewhere Over the Rainbow), a 5th (the first 2 notes of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star) and a 4th (the first 2 notes of Here Comes the Bride). Pythagoras discovered that an octave has a 2:1 ratio, a 5th has a 3:2 ratio, and a 4th has a 4:3 ratio of string vibrato. That being said, math and musical theory is all around us...
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