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Chapter 5 Intervals

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5.1 Simple, Compound and Multiple Intervals

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5.2 Interval Identification Procedure: The Two Evaluative Criteria

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5.3 The Interval Placement Diagram

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5.4 Interval Inversion

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5.5 Interval Construction Procedure

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5.6 Interval Identification and Construction Below a Given Pitch

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