The music of Japan, though built on the chromatic scale, was much the same as that of China.
Don't speak of your mother as if she were a chromatic scale.
The chromatic scale is one which proceeds always by half-steps.
The human eye is an imperfect instrument; its range is but a few octaves of the real 'chromatic scale.'
For the spectrum a chromatic scale of uniform tints is very quickly substituted.
The fun of it was that Chester could not 153 sing the chromatic scale correctly if his life were at stake.
Which fingering of the chromatic scale the is most conducive to speed and accuracy?
At times it seems to be endeavoring to run up a chromatic scale, so, in some districts, it is called the Scale Bird.
Lengthwise across the bottom are stretched a series of brass spiral springs, G G G, which are tuned to a chromatic scale.
By this means, says Domnich, a diatonic and chromatic scale was obtained.