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Music K-12 Exam

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What is double augmentation of an interval and how is it notated? An interval can be augmented in both directions (e.g. C to A is a 6th, double augmented is Cb to A#). Indicated with an x to the left of the upper note.
How is interval number and quality changed with inversions? Magic # 9 and switch major-minor, perfect stays perfect. A major 6th inversion is a minor 3rd.
How do you indicate an augmented interval using chord notation? Use a sharp.
How do you indicate a diminished interval using chord notation? Use a flat.
How can the interval of a tritone be indicated/abbreviated? TT
What is the difference between harmonic and melodic intervals? Harmonic intervals uses two tones played simultaneously; melody used tones played in succession.
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