Erdogan’s Veil of Democracy

In response to a suggestion of Dr. Ozan Yarman I tried a tuning he created for a different project. I realized the composition using Garritan Personal Orchestra Baroque organs, Garritan World sample set Oud and Santoor samples performed on an M-Audio 88es and recorded in Sonar X1.

Erdogan’s Veil of Democracy

Here is a revised version – I had an error in my scala file that made the octave exact when it was not to be.

[revised] Erdogan’s Veil of Democracy

Mixture of Turkish and Arabic intonations of Hijaz, Humayun, and Zirgule with perde dugah on D by Dr. Oz.
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0: 1/1 0.000 unison, perfect prime
1: 25/24 70.672 classic chromatic semitone, minor chroma
2: 55/49 199.980 quasi-equal major second
3: 40/33 333.041
4: 63/50 400.108 quasi-equal major third
5: 147/110 501.975
6: 25/18 568.717 classic augmented fourth
7: 3/2 701.955 perfect fifth
8: 7/5 582.512 septimal or Huygens’ tritone, BP fourth
9: 165/98 901.935
10: 25/14 1003.802 middle minor seventh
11: 297/160 1070.869
12: 441/220 1203.930 Werckmeister’s undecimal septenarian schisma +1 octave

! C:\Program Files\Scala\Ozan\Maqams\aaronhuntmakamlar_2\Turko-Arabic_Hijaz-Humayun-Zirgule_on_D.scl
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Mixture of Turkish and Arabic intonations of Hijaz, Humayun, and Zirgule with perde dugah on D by Dr. Oz.
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25/24
55/49
40/33
63/50
147/110
25/18
3/2
7/5
165/98
25/14
297/160
441/220

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