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IntroDuction to CompounD IntervaLs Key 1) Count the staff steps in the interval. 2) Move one of the notes closer to the other by one octave 3) Find the quality of the smaller interval. 4) Apply the quality to the original number.

1) 13 lines and spaces

2) 6 lines and spaces

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4) min 13

3) min6

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Name these intervals by following the process outlined above: b10

Answers

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o12

b13

P11

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M13

b9

#11

M9

b13

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M10

b9

P8

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P11 

M13

M9

M13

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P11

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M9

b13

P12

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b13

b9

M13

b13

P11

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b9

P8

M9

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b10

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#11

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  M9

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b10

b13

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#11

b13

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o5

 M13

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M9

M13

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b9

o12

b10

M9

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Intro to compound intervals (ans key)