The one note solo is native to many musical genres — jazz, rhythm & blues, rock & pop, and ‘serious’ music. Here, the note is C, the least fancy note there is. However, ‘note’ is interpreted broadly. For example, frequencies related to particular Cs via the harmonic series are allowed, and clusters of these frequencies can be used to (AM) modulate other, more strictly formed Cs. Lois V. Vierk’s take on the ostrich guitar provides another deviation. Musical materials are derived from tuning forks, guitars, synthesis analog and digital, and atmospherics. Rhythms include (among others) those related to speech and those regulated by sub-audio rate Cs. For that matter, structure is regulated by periods of super-low Cs, too.