RTTTL, or Ring Tone Text Transfer Language is a music format that was invented by Nokia
in the dawn of time when dinosaurs roamed the land. It allows for fairly crude pieces of music (no chords or anything), and the format is pretty simple which is why I think it's pretty cool. Take a look at this one:
DejaVu: d=8,o=5,b=200: e, e, c, e, g, 2g4
Let's dissect the format. The "DejaVu" part at the beginning is the title -- this cannot be longer than ten characters. The d and o are the default values for duration and octave -- if a note doesn't specify duration or octave, it'll use these. Finally, the b is the beats per minute.
After that, the actual notes of the song are listed. The format of a note is DPO, where D is the duration of the note (1, 2, 4, 8, 16), P is the pitch (A,B,C,D,E,F,G,A#,B#,C#,D#,E#,F#,G#), and O is the octave (4-8 in the Nokia implementation, however it is different for other implementations. For the purposes of the challenge we'll say it is 1-8). If the duration or the octave is not specified, the defaults are used. Additionally, a note can have a dot after it -- this essentially multiplies the duration by 1.5.
In our example here, we have two E notes with no duration and octave, which mean that they have the default duration and octave (8, or eighth-note and octave 5), a C with no duration and octave, an E and a G. The final note is a G note with a duration of 2 (half-note) and an octave of 4.
Now that we've gone over the format, what's the challenge? The challenge actually doesn't have too much to do with RTTTL. Your task is to create an obfuscated program that outputs "Hello, World!" (exactly) that is also a valid RTTTL song that is at least five seconds long.
EDIT: Here's a website for converting MIDIs to RTTTLs if you so desire. Link
EDIT2: This shiny bounty will be awarded to the winner (most upvoted post) in 7 days.