The systematic structuring in language and music seems to be complicated, but this complexity should not be considered a subtility. This is related to the fact that the relationship among the components constituting the system is versatile. Comparison between language and music has always been an issue due to the role they play in human life and that both of them contain not only complex but also meaningful structures. They both have considerable points in common in the process of creating and learning. The difference among the products which come to light forms the special state, whereas the duration of the appearance constitutes the general state.