### What is Pythagoras's findings effect music?

Many European philosophers will call him the father of philosophy. Many scientists will call him the father of science. To musicians, nonetheless, Pythagoras is the father of music. According to Johnston, it was a much told story that one day the young Pythagoras was passing a blacksmith's shop and his ear was caught by the regular intervals of sounds from the anvil. When he discovered that the hammers were of different weights, it occurred to…

### Who created pythagorean theorem?

The theorem is named for the Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras (ca. 580-ca. 500 b.c.e.). Pythagoras is credited with the theory of the functional significance of numbers in the objective world and numerical theories of musical pitch. As he left no writings, the Pythagorean theorem may actually have been formulated by one of his disciples.

### Where does the pythagorean theorem come from?

The theorem is named for the Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras (ca. 580-ca. 500 b.c.e.). Pythagoras is credited with the theory of the functional significance of numbers in the objective world and numerical theories of musical pitch. As he left no writings, the Pythagorean theorem may actually have been formulated by one of his disciples.