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at @jdmagness. He studied closely with Coltrane for years, and has been remembered since his death in 2013 as a peer and even a mentor, especially in his ecumenical embrace of theory and music from around the world. John Coltranes Handwritten Outline for His Masterpiece A Love Supreme. Alexander in particular draws our attention to the so-called Coltrane circle, which resembles what any musician will recognize as the Circle of Fifths, but incorporates Coltranes own innovations. Related Content: The Secret Link Between Jazz and Physics: How Einstein Coltrane Shared Improvisation and Intuition in Common. Coltrane was also very much aware of Einsteins work and liked to talk about it frequently. Musicians like John Coltrane though have been very much aware of the mathematics of music and consciously applied it to his works.

Arun Ghosh, for example, saw in Coltrane's "mathematical principles" a "musical system that connected with The Divine." It's a system, he opined, that "feels quite Islamic.". Giant Steps genius telling him he was trying to do something like that in music. Musician and blogger Roel Hollander notes, Thelonious Monk once said All musicans are subconsciously mathematicians. Neither description seems out of place.

Where Lateef, as he writes in his autobiography, sees Coltrane's music as a "spiritual journey" that "embraced the concerns of a rich tradition of autophysiopsychic music Alexander sees the same geometric principle that motivated Einsteins" quantum theory. Both for him were intuitive processes that "came into existence writes Lateef, "in the mind of the musican through abstraction from experience.". Corey Mwamba discovered when he informally polled several other players on Facebook. Musican David Amram remembers the. Lateef agreed, and there may be few who understood Coltranes method better than he did. The Jazz of Physics that Albert Einstein and John Coltrane had quite a lot in common. Physicist and saxophonist Stephon Alexander has argued in his many public lectures and his book. John Coltranes Giant Steps Animated, josh Jones is a writer and musician based in Durham,. Music Geometry and one specifically on his, tone heideggers Gestell Circle. Lateef even argued that Coltrane's late-in-life masterpiece. Coltrane gave the drawing to saxophonist and professor Yusef Lateef in 1967, who included it in his seminal text, Repository of Scales and Melodic Patterns. Hollander carefully dissects Coltrane's mathematics in two theory-heavy essays, one generally on Coltranes.