JavaScript Playing melodies in javascript

Is there any way to play sequence of notes in javascript piano sound. I've found a lot of libraries that can play a specific note but I assume that playing notes and making delays between would not be so good for performance. Is there any way to do it?

I'm willing to write it on my own, but I need a place to start.

EDIT: I decided to do it in java applet since it's easyer.

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