Compound Intervals


In the last lesson, we discussed augmented and diminished intervals. This week I will review compound intervals and how they are determined. Compound intervals are those that go beyond or above the octave or think of it as an octave + interval = compound. The following table below illustrates the combinations:

Next week I will discuss the use of ninth chords and show how I have applied them. Also, check out the All-Guitar-Chords website and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Music Theory for additional references.

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