IntervalThe Interval is the difference in pitch between two notes. The interval is calculated by counting the number of diatonic notes from the lower note to the higher and including the notes at either end. For example, the interval from C to E above it is a third and G would be C's fifth interval. Any Interval greater than an octave (eight diatonic notes) are called compound intervals.
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