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noticingthemistake
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noticingthemistake
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01/17/2006 3:56 pm
Originally Posted by: Jolly McJollysonWell, let's look at it this way. Any form of E to any form of F is some kind of second. E-F 1-2. Any form of E to any form of G is some kind of third: E-F-G 1-2-3. The difference between an augmented second and a minor third lies in functionality. An augmented second will be seen in fully diminished leading tone seventh chords such as one would find in a lot of classical/romantic/impressionistic music among the other styles that get lumped in "classical." I misspoke earlier when I said "diminished third," I meant "minor third."


Whoa! :eek: Spoken like a schooled musician, there Jolly. Learned alot in a short time. Nice. :)
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