Eurasian music science journal


This article deals with the notion of «idea», its transformation in time and a structural connection with musical thinking. Parallels are being drawn between the shape of the microworld and the structure of the musical piece, the structural links between the overtone series and the chronological order of the appearance of musical epochs.

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