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Around 1960 the American mathematician Sherman K. Stein discovered a curious pattern in the Sanskrit nonsense word _yamátárájabhánasalagám_. The composer George Perle told Stein that the stressed (_á_) and unstressed (_a_) syllables form a mnemonic for rhythms, and correspond to long and short beats. Thus the first three syllables, _ya má tá_, h…
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