This is the first of a two-part introduction to “the golden mean”, a ratio and geometric form that has long played a significant role in art yet about which there is frequently a good deal of misunderstanding.
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In this second video of the extended Refinersfire Education Blog, Michael Linton continues his discussion of ‘What Makes Music Great’ with an in-depth look at Bach’s “Prelude in C Major (1722)”. Could this be a ‘perfect’ piece of music? Is there such a thing as perfect art? Let’s find out!