so, what is relation between these two forms of thought?

firstly, i think, there's great historical evidence of music being concerned with mathematics - from paul hindemith's mathesis universalis to my home country composer rytis mazulis whose works you can find on www.megadisc-classics.com. also through names like erkki-sven tuur's architectonics or even webern's 5 pieces for string quartet. what all these have in common is the sense of musical composition being its inner form of numbers. like in pure mathematics it has no other meaning, but just its (compositional/ equational) inner formal order. like mathematics,this music starts from axioms,and stays faithful to the principal of using as little as possible. and, what is of most importance, music, like mathematics, is infinite

- an examples of the infinite that lives in thought.

yet, the question goes - what is it that seperates music from mathematics?

my answer would be - singing. singing, which is subject's voice, born in particular time. mathematics has no concern with subject. music, like all other arts, is of and for subject.

thats my preliminary