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Mathematics and Music

Starting the school year right with a dose of Growth Mindset and the chance to overcome any ruts in our routines

Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis calls rap music “more damaging than a statue of Robert E. Lee”

Just released by Bloomsbury Publishing, UK, the latest volume from Sir Roger Scruton ranges far and wide over the realms of music, with an ear for the sublime. Not an easy read, but a provocative argument, nonetheless.

Song, style, and saga—it’s all in there: mythical musings on Apollo

In the spirit of applied probabilities, this story will reshape your mathematical sensibilities.

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