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Description
English: Minor triad on C
Date (original upload date)
Source {{subst:usernamexpand|Hyacinth}} , Created using Sibelius.
Author {{subst:usernamexpand|Hyacinth}}.
Other versions

File:Pythagorean minor triad on C.mid, File:Just minor triad on C.mid, File:Supertonic minor triad on C.mid, File:19th harmonic minor triad on C.mid

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  • 2008-07-10 22:13 Hyacinth 0×0× (116 bytes) Created using Sibelius. {{GFDL}}

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