Musicians unlock mystery melody in Scottish chapel

Funny story written by Cal Jennings

Wednesday, 2 May 2007

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Scottish Church Where Magical Mystery Music Was Found

CCN - Routers - The Magical Mystery Music, discovered in a Scottish Church that was featured in the best-selling novel "The Da Vinci Code," has been discovered after almost 600 years.

The father and son team that saw symbols carved into the chapel's arches say they have deciphered a musical score.

Stuart Mitchell said he and his father were intrigued by 13 intricately carved angel musicians on the arches of the chapel and by 213 carved cubes depicting geometric-type patterns.

"The Beatles obviously tapped into this when they were writing their album, The Magical Mystery Tour," said the father. "It's only right that we should give the music to Sir Paul for his World Peace Tour with Cal-el & The Spoof. Maybe some other famous musicians will join in as well."

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