Sulfur is the 16th element. It has a strong concentration around the yellow-green to green-yellow emission. There are also 2 strong lines near the infrared, one near cyan and two in the indigo. I am showing all of the major spectra but will only play part of the scale as many of the notes are so close to each other in Hertz, that it is very difficult to capture the intonation especially with vibrato on the violin.

Sulfur

AngstromNanometer (rounded)ColorHertzNoteHertz
7629.74763Near infrared357.36F4349.23
7578.9758Dark Red359.76F#4369.99
5639.97564Yellow green483.44
5606.15561Yellow green486.36
5509.72551Yellow green494.87B4493.88
5473.62547Green yellow498.13C523.25
5453.83545Green yellow499.94
5432.82543Green yellow501.87
4694.13469Cyan Blue580.85D5587.33
4162.66416Indigo violet655.01
4153.06415Indigo violet656.53E6659.26

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Here is a scale with all the tones:

And here is a little improvisation with the tones: