List of pieces which use the whole tone scale

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This is a list of notable musical works which use the whole tone scale.


    {
     #(set-global-staff-size 14)
      \new PianoStaff <<
        \new Staff <<
            \relative c'' {
                \tempo Modéré 8 = 88
                \clef treble \key c \major \time 2/4
                r4^\markup { "(Dans un rythme sans rigueur et caressant.)" } <e gis>8--~(_\markup { \dynamic p \italic "très doux" } <e gis>32 <d fis> <c e> <bes d>
                <aes c>8..\< <gis' c>32 <fis bes>4)\>
                r4\! <e gis>8--~(_\markup { \dynamic p } <e gis>32\> <d fis> <c e> <bes d>\!
                <aes c>4~_\markup { \italic "più" \dynamic p } <aes c>16\> <fis bes> <e aes> <d fis>)\!
                }
            >>
        \new Staff <<
            \relative c' {
                \clef bass \key c \major \time 2/4
                R2 R R R
                }
            >>
    >> }
A whole tone scale in Debussy's Voiles, mm.1-4.

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