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Chapter 3 . Part 3. Inversion of Intervals. The inversion of an interval means that the lower tone of an interval becomes the higher tone, or the higher tone becomes the lower tone. . Interval Inversions. Typical Inversions. Typical Inversions. Typical Intervals.

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### Chapter 3

Part 3

• The inversion of an interval means that the lower tone of an interval becomes the higher tone, or the higher tone becomes the lower tone.

Interval Inversions

• Intervals greater than an octave are called COMPOUND.

• The Intervals are named in a similar manner to the intervals within an octave (simple intervals)

• Compound intervals are often labeled as their simple equivalents – as if an octave were removed from the interval. The compound names are only used if it is important to stress the exact interval size.

• In class: Assignment 3.5 and 3.9

• Homework: Read pages 62-64 in textbook – very helpful for the 2nd half of your assignment.

• WORKBOOK 3B-3G Monday, October 7. (This is a big assignment. Don’t wait until Sunday night to finish it.