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Asked by paul on 2000-07-30
Why can you have only 3 diminished arpeggios in a key?
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Answer posted by Dr.D on 2000-08-24
Ther are only 3 diminished arpeggios in any given diminished scale because dim. arpeg. are made up from minor 3rd intervals stacked andminor 3rd intervals repeat themselves thru symetric inversions.

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