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achromatic consisting of diatonic tones of the musical scale; without changes in pitch or key. [1/3 definitions]
do2 in music, the syllable that denotes the first or last tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
fa in music, the syllable used to denote the fourth tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
la in music, the syllable used to denote the sixth tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
mi in music, the syllable that denotes the third tone of the diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
minor scale any diatonic musical scale in which there is a half-step between the second and third tones of the corresponding major scale.
modal of or pertaining to the use of any of various sequences of the eight diatonic tones, esp. in medieval church music. [1/5 definitions]
mode1 in music, any of several arrangements of the eight diatonic tones of the octave; scale. [1/4 definitions]
re1 in music, the syllable that denotes the second tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
semitone a half tone in the diatonic scale.
si1 in music, a syllable sometimes used instead of "ti" to denote the seventh tone of a diatonic scale.
sol1 in music, the syllable that denotes the fifth tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
sol-fa in music, the syllables "do," "re," "mi," "fa," "sol," "la," and "ti," used to denote the tones of a diatonic scale in any key. [1/3 definitions]
subdominant the fourth note of the diatonic scale, one note below the dominant. [1/3 definitions]
subtonic the seventh tone of a diatonic scale, one note below the upper tonic.
supertonic the second note of a diatonic scale, a whole step above the tonic.
ti1 in music, the syllable that denotes the seventh tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [1/2 definitions]
tonic the first note of a diatonic musical scale; keynote. [2/6 definitions]