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Brian

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I use minus key for flat – = flat.

First row:

G to C int = 3.5 intervals which is a perfect 4th

C to E int = 2 intervals which is a major 3rd

C to E- int = 1.5 intervals which is a minor 3rd

F to C int = 3.5 intervals which is a perfect 5th

E to E int = octave

E to D int = 5 intervals which is a minor 7th

B to C int = .5 intervals which is a minor 2nd

G to E int = 4.5 intervals which is a Major 6th diminished

G to E- int = 4 intervals which is a minor 6th

Second Row:

C to B- int = 5 intervals which is a minor 7th

A to D# int = 3 intervals which is a Dim 5th or aug 4rth

F to A int = 2 intervals which is a Major 3rd

C to E int = 2 intervals which is a Major 3rd

D to A- int = 2.5 intervals which is a Diminished 5th (this fits special case below *

B to F# int = 3.5 interval which is a perfect 5th

E to G# int = 2 intervals which is a major 3rd

C to 2nd E int = 3 + 6 for Octave intervals which is a octave + major 3rd = major 10th

C to 2nd F int = 3.5 + 6 for Octave intervals which is octave + perfect 4th = perfect 11th

C to 2nd A int = 4.5 + 6 for Octave intervals which is octave + major 6th = major 13th

Third Row:

C to B – – int = 4.5 intervals which is a Dim 7th

F# to C## int = 4 intervals which is a augmented 5th

A to E# int = 4.5 intervals which is a Aug 5th 0(this fits special case below *)

F to B- int = 2.5 intervals which is a perfect 4th

E to D int = 5 intervals which is minor 7th

F to D- int = 4 intervals which is minor 6th

B to A# int = 5.5 intervals which is major 7th

D to E- int = .5 intervals which is minor 2nd

E- to D int = 5.5 intervals which is major 7th

A- to C- int = 1.5 intervals which is minor third