Musical Dictionary

Musical Dictionary

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Interval

The difference between two pitches. For example, pitches that are two steps apart are called seconds. There are three different kinds of intervals: major, minor, and perfect. Seconds, thirds, sixths, and sevenths exist as both major and minor intervals, the minor intervals being a half step smaller than the major ones. Fourths, fifths, and octaves are pe

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Musical Dictionary

Musical Dictionary

Our Interactive Dictionary of Musical Terms®.

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Interval

The difference between two pitches. For example, pitches that are two steps apart are called seconds. There are three different kinds of intervals: major, minor, and perfect. Seconds, thirds, sixths, and sevenths exist as both major and minor intervals, the minor intervals being a half step smaller than the major ones. Fourths, fifths, and octaves are pe

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