
The relationship between two tones. 

How Many 1/2 steps in a Perfect Unison? 


How many 1/2 steps in a Minor 2nd? 

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One half step


How Many Half Steps in a Major 2nd? 




How many half steps in a Major 3rd?



How many 1/2 steps in a Perfect Fourth?



How many 1/2 steps in a Tritone?



How many 1/2 steps in a Perfect 5th?



How many 1/2 steps in a minor 6th? 


How many half steps in a Major 6th? 


How many half steps in a Minor 7th? 


How many scale degrees in a Major 7th? 



intervals that are treated as stable and don’t require resolution. 


An interval that has an ;unfinished; sound, it desires a conclusion. 

Define: Enharmonic Intervals 

Intervals that have the same sound that are spelled differently. 


Augmented Fourth
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diminished fifth


Define: Inversion of Intervals 

When the lower tone of an interval becomes the higher tone (or higher becomes lower) 

When inverted, a perfect interval becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, a Major interval becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, a minor interval becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, a diminished interval becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, an Augmented interval becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, a perfect unison becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, a 2nd interval becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, an interval that is a 3rd becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, an interval that is a 4th becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, an interval that is a 5th becomes what type of interval? 


When inverted, an interval that is a 6th becomes what type of interval?



When inverted, an interval that is a 7th becomes what type of interval?



When inverted, an interval that is an octave becomes what type of interval?



When inverted a M6 becomes what interval? 


When inverted, a P5 becomes what interval? 


When inverted, d7 becomes what interval? 


When inverted, M3 becomes what interval? 


When inverted d5 becomes what interval? 


Define: Compound Intervals 

Intervals greater than one octave
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The process of rewriting a piece of music or a scale so that it sounds higher or lower in pitch.
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(raising or lowering each pitch by the same interval)

