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International Conference on Future Computer and Communication, 3rd (ICFCC 2011)

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The works of Tiberiu Olah, deeply rooted in the archaic layer of Romanian folklore, reveals rhythmic, melodic, timbral and expressive structures built on a predetermining mathematical thinking. The cycle of symphonic poems dedicated to the sculptor Constantin Brancuşi (Endless column, Table of silence) as well as the works Constellation of man and Events 1907 use articulate mathematical structures by the variety of acoustic parameters, both at a micro and at a macro-structural level.

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1. Introduction
II. Mathematical Structures in the Poem Endless Column
III. Rhythmic Structures in the Oratorio Constellation of Man
VI. Conclusions
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