Station Clock, by Turner Prizewinning Susan Philipsz, is a large-scale aural clock, comprising of 12 digits representing the 12 tones of the musical scales
, using different vocal combinations for each digit.
In September last year, the association announced that it was organizing a course in Arabic musical scales
The majority of musical scales
in Egyptian popular music are derived from these regions.
Darweesh developed his own theory for Nay manufacturing over the past 12 years, which is captured in a board of measurements that help him craft the Nay so it can achieve the desired musical scales
had a highly sophisticated system of musical scales
and knew that they could tune large brass or ceramic vessels to resonate at specific places in their scale.
Chromatics is a solitaire game for learning musical scales
With a language (some would say "dialect") that is related yet unintelligible to Japanese speakers, and with its distinct musical scales
that sound closer to Balinese or Southeast Asian than Japanese scales.
We demonstrated in this study that the EyeMusic, which employs pleasant musical scales
to convey visual information, can be used after a short training period (in some cases, less than half an hour) to guide movements, similar to movements guided visually," explained lead investigators Drs.
Counts are built up by enumerating vitamins, single-letter chemical elements, blood types, star types, report card grades, musical scales
, and Roman numerals.
The proportions used in Sacred Geometry are the same as those in musical scales
However, Pythagoras did far more than develop a theorem with which to task students with endless homework problems; he succeeded in providing us with the first musical scales
Different musical systems use different musical scales
and tonal pitch spaces.