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Asked by Bob on 2005-03-16
We know that the interval structure of a major triad is a major third above the root, and a perfect fifth above the root. Sorry for dumb questions but where do I find any related info to prove this statement. I am just learning triads and you lost me at this point in your lesson. Should I have read a different lesson first.
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