This book will show the one-ness of the sound principles for both music and the Egyptian alphabetical vocalic language. It will show that the fundamentals, structure, formations, grammar, and syntax are exactly the same in music and in the Egyptian alphabetical vocalic language.

It is the aim of this book to provide such an exposition; one which, while based on sound scholarship, will present the issues in language comprehensible to non-specialist readers. Technical terms have been kept to a minimum. These are explained, as non-technically as possible, in the glossary.

This book is divided into 10 chapters.

Chapter 1: Historical Deception of the (Ancient) Egyptian Linguistics will clear the intended confusion to hide the alphabetical form of writing in Ancient Egypt as being the SOURCE of all languages throughout the world.

Chapter 2: The Seamless Language and/of Music covers the unity of musical tones and Egyptian alphabet as well as the intimacy between language/speech/vocals and music in the Egyptian system.

Chapter 3: The Human Vocal Instrument covers the details of the human vocal generating system and its equivalence in musical instruments.

Chapter 4: The Three Primary Tonal Sounds covers the three primary rhythmic tones and their equivalence in the Egyptian three quantal vowels/sounds.

Chapter 5: The Musical/Tonal/Tonic Alphabet covers the letters of the Egyptian alphabet, being derived from the three primary tonal sounds/vowels, as well as the utilization of alphabet for musical instruments tonal notations.

Chapter 6: Duality of Letters/Musical Tones shows the dual nature of alphabetical letters and musical tones.

Chapter 7: The “Atom” of Musical/Vocal Sounds covers the fundamentals of generative phonology and the nature of the four sound variations of each letter and its exact equivalence in musical notes.

Chapter 8: The Musical Rhythmic Sound Segmentation covers the orderly sound segmentation in musical flow and its equivalence in syllables streams in all variations of length, duration, stress, junctures, boundaries, etc.

Chapter 9: Harmonic/Rhythmic Word Formation/Morphology [Musical Triad] covers the generative nature of both the musical triads and its equivalence in the Egyptian trilateral stem verbs.

Chapter 10: Tonal/Musical Sentences & Their Types/ Various Forms [Themes and their variations] covers the exact similarity between musical structural forms and sentence structures in grammar, syntax, semantics, functions and forms, etc.