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Scale 1739: "Mela Sadvidhamargini"

Also known as: Raga Sthavarajam, Tivravahini

Scale 1739: Mela Sadvidhamargini, Ian Ring Music Theory
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Tones7 (heptatonic)
Pitch Class Set{0,1,3,6,7,9,10}
Forte Number7-31
Rotational Symmetrynone
Palindromicno
Hemitonia3 (trihemitonic)
Cohemitonia0 (ancohemitonic)
Imperfections4
Modes6
Prime?no
prime: 731
Chiralityyes
enantiomorph: 2669
Deep Scaleno
Interval Vector336333
Interval Spectrump3m3n6s3d3t3
Distribution Spectra<1> = {1,2,3}
<2> = {3,4,5}
<3> = {4,5,6}
<4> = {6,7,8}
<5> = {7,8,9}
<6> = {9,10,11}
Spectra Variation1.714
Myhill Propertyno
Balancedno
Coherenceno
Heliotonicyes

Harmonic Chords

Modes

Modes are the rotational transformation of this scale. Scale 1739 can be rotated to make 6 other scales. The 1st mode is itself.

2nd mode:
Scale 2917
Scale 2917: Nohkan Flute scale, Ian Ring Music TheoryNohkan Flute scale
3rd mode:
Scale 1753
Scale 1753: Hungarian Major, Ian Ring Music TheoryHungarian Major
4th mode:
Scale 731
Scale 731, Ian Ring Music TheoryThis is the prime mode
5th mode:
Scale 2413
Scale 2413: Locrian nr.2, Ian Ring Music TheoryLocrian nr.2
6th mode:
Scale 1627
Scale 1627, Ian Ring Music Theory
7th mode:
Scale 2861
Scale 2861, Ian Ring Music Theory

Prime

The prime form of this scale is Scale 731

Scale 731Scale 731, Ian Ring Music Theory

Negative

The heptatonic modal family [1739, 2917, 1753, 731, 2413, 1627, 2861] is the negative of the pentatonic modal family [587, 601, 713, 1609, 2341]

Inverse

The inverse of a scale is a reflection using the root as its axis. The inverse of 1739 is 2669

Scale 2669Scale 2669: Jeths' mode, Ian Ring Music TheoryJeths' mode

Enantiomorph

Only scales that are chiral will have an enantiomorph. Scale 1739 is chiral, and its enantiomorph is scale 2669

Scale 2669Scale 2669: Jeths' mode, Ian Ring Music TheoryJeths' mode

Nearby Scales:

These are other scales that are similar to this one, created by adding a tone, removing a tone, or moving one note up or down a semitone.

Scale 1737Scale 1737: Raga Madhukauns, Ian Ring Music TheoryRaga Madhukauns
Scale 1741Scale 1741: Altered Dorian, Ian Ring Music TheoryAltered Dorian
Scale 1743Scale 1743, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1731Scale 1731, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1735Scale 1735: Mela Navanitam, Ian Ring Music TheoryMela Navanitam
Scale 1747Scale 1747: Mela Ramapriya, Ian Ring Music TheoryMela Ramapriya
Scale 1755Scale 1755: Octatonic, Ian Ring Music TheoryOctatonic
Scale 1771Scale 1771, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1675Scale 1675: Raga Salagavarali, Ian Ring Music TheoryRaga Salagavarali
Scale 1707Scale 1707: Mela Natakapriya, Ian Ring Music TheoryMela Natakapriya
Scale 1611Scale 1611, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1867Scale 1867, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1995Scale 1995, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1227Scale 1227, Ian Ring Music Theory
Scale 1483Scale 1483: Mela Bhavapriya, Ian Ring Music TheoryMela Bhavapriya
Scale 715Scale 715: Messiaen truncated mode 2, Ian Ring Music TheoryMessiaen truncated mode 2
Scale 2763Scale 2763: Mela Suvarnangi, Ian Ring Music TheoryMela Suvarnangi
Scale 3787Scale 3787, Ian Ring Music Theory

This scale analysis was created by Ian Ring, Canadian Composer of works for Piano, and total music theory nerd. The software used to generate this analysis is an open source project at GitHub. Scale notation generated by VexFlow, and MIDI playback by MIDI.js