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Derive.Scale.McPhee

Description

Old scales, from McPhee's "Music In Bali".

"Distances in terms of Cents can be computed from the vibration numbers of any two tones by means of a logarithm table---a simple but time-consuming process." -- Music in Bali, introduction, page xv.

Synopsis

Documentation

type Hz = Double Source #

data Laras Source #

Constructors

Laras 

Fields

Instances
Eq Laras # 
Instance details

Defined in Derive.Scale.McPhee

Methods

(==) :: Laras -> Laras -> Bool #

(/=) :: Laras -> Laras -> Bool #

Show Laras # 
Instance details

Defined in Derive.Scale.McPhee

Methods

showsPrec :: Int -> Laras -> ShowS #

show :: Laras -> String #

showList :: [Laras] -> ShowS #

saih_pitu :: [Laras] Source #

Music in Bali, page 42.

These start at tembung ding. According to McPhee, selisir starts at 3, which means that tembung's ding is selisir's dung:

        0   1   2   3   4   5   6
tembung I   O   E   Es  U   A   Aa
selisir U   A   As  I   O   E   Es

selisir :: [Laras] Source #

These start at selisir ding.

bebonangan :: [Laras] Source #

Bebonangan seems to be an old name for beleganjur. Dong to dang.

slendro :: [Laras] Source #

o e u a i

angklung :: [Laras] Source #

e u a i