The Sounds of Azir 


Alien music and languages from beyond the Impossible Gate. 

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Music 

Zireen music 

Sangari music

  • Vini (2013), a small sample of Sangari music (maqamic[17] tuning, sounds from Garritan World Instruments and Jazz & Big Band)
  • So Riiva Jetsyndari (2013), an experiment with using UTAU to sing in Tirelat. The text is from Relay 9 (2004).
  • Khojda rugi u room (2013), aka "The Other Side of the Mountain". Varan Mataki (Utau) singing in Tirelat, with a Garritan Jazz & Big Band guitar tuned in golden triforce[15].
  • Fü Margareļ (1999), a translation of Hanleni Halsen by Irina Rempt. Zêl Mok (Utau) singing in Jarda, with a Garritan Jazz & Big Band guitar tuned in starling temperament.
  • Têz Azida-ṛa ķa śiv (2000), text from the third Conlang Relay. Zêl Mok (Utau) singing in Jarda, with a Garritan Jazz & Big Band guitar tuned in starling temperament.

Impossible songs

  • Larhakim (2013), translation of the traditional carol "We Three Kings", in golden triforce tuning. Vocals: UTAU (Varan Mataki), guitar: Garritan Jazz & Big Band.
  • Zirakaj ma šëłkida, or "Fear not the harvester" (2014). A song from the album "Officials of Chance" (Saj Zumbadin u Muntrhu) by the group Indigo Snail Religion (Guuri N̨ałti Ruz). Vocals: Utau (Varan Mataki), instruments from Garritan World Instruments and Garritan Jazz & Big Band.
  • Miṛ ("Sing") (2014). I like to think this is the song that started my interest in languages many years ago. Vocals: Utau (Zêl Mok). Instruments from Garritan Jazz & Big Band, Garritan World Instruments.
  • Jĕmëriłan sy reev (The world is round) (2014). Vocals: Utau (Varan Mataki), instruments from Garritan. Tirëlat translation of "Because" (The Beatles).
  • Ee khaktsy (Little star) (2014), translation of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star". Featuring MAIKA on vocal.
  • Ŗudoł, tiskjul sŏlvazni (Rudolh, fire-nosed ice-deer) (2014), Jarda translation of "Rudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer". Vocals: Utau (Zêl Mok), instruments from Garritan World Instruments and Garritan Personal Orchestra.
  • Tyšwi vë xeev (Dust in the wind) (2014), Tirëlat translation of "Dust In The Wind", with MAIKA on vocals and Garritan instruments.

Mizarian music

Theory and experimentation   

  • Alpha Blending  (Carlos Alpha scale, brief example)
  • Beta Testing (Carlos Beta scale, brief example)
  • Gamma Correction (Carlos Gamma scale, brief example 
  • Music to accompany the short poem fosi tambranipan by Roger Mills. 10-note "double slendro" mode of lemba temperament.
  • An example of gorgo temperament.
  • Improvisation in 17-note MOS of beatles temperament.
  • Experiment with 15-ET guitar (Acoustic Guitar from Garritan Jazz & Big Band).
  • Unfinished attempt to write in 11-ET from 2002-2003 (Pianoteq, Garritan Personal Orchestra, World Instruments, Jazz & Big Band).
  • Jack of All Trades, blackjack scale, 21-note MOS of miracle temperament.
  • Three versions of "Lu-doq o trang how leng-dr" (2013, from a translation by Roger Mills): porcupine, 8dino (equal steps of 148.13 cents), and diminished (Garritan Personal Orchestra, Garritan World Instruments).
  • "Lu-doq o trang how leng-dr" with lyrics in Gwr by Roger Mills, sung by TONIO. Tuning: porcupine[8].

Older music

Retuned classical music