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Message: Re: There are 12 notes in an Octave,so why call it an octave?

Changed By: avancandoms
Change Date: October 13, 2019 11:07AM

Re: There are 12 notes in an Octave,so why call it an octave?
Because it comprises a range of 6 tones within a diatonic scale ... I think ... kk 6 tones without repetition.
this material here talks a lot about scales - avancandonamusica.com.br
Changed By: avancandoms
Change Date: October 13, 2019 11:06AM

Re: There are 12 notes in an Octave,so why call it an octave?
Because it comprises a range of 6 tones within a diatonic scale ... I think ... kk 6 tones without repetition.
this material here talks a lot about scales avancandonamusica.com.br

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Author: avancandoms
Date: October 13, 2019 11:05AM

Re: There are 12 notes in an Octave,so why call it an octave?
Because it comprises a range of 6 tones within a diatonic scale ... I think ... kk 6 tones without repetition.
this material here talks a lot about scales