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Typically in counterpoint movement is broken down into three different types including steps, skips, and leaps. I'm guessing in the case of Harmony in Context a small leap is the same as a skip. The intervals for each of these moments are as follows: Step: 2nd Skip: 3rd or 4th Leap: 5th or greater Wikipedia has a lot on the rules and process of ...


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I just wanted to stop by and point out that every note starts a major scale, including G#. The G# major scale would be G#, A#, B#, C#, D#, E#, F##. Since that's rather silly to use in real life, most people will remove one sharp from every note, find the major third in 'G', and then add a sharp back when they're are done: G# A# B# C# D# E# F## G A B C D E ...



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