Talk:Chord (music)

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Changed "two or more" to "three or more". Maybe it's a bit pedantic, but technically, two notes are an interval, not a chord. AKjeldsen 20:31, 12 April 2007 (EDT)

Well, two notes can be a chord (like an open fifth...), although, broadly I agree with you. Someone since then has changed it to "multiple" which I think makes things easier. Oh, and by the way, if it is pedantically correct, this is the place for it! It's supposed to be an encyclopedia, where quality = pedanticism! If you know music theory well, as I suspect you do, how about filling in some of the blanks and the red links this file created? Human 20:59, 12 April 2007 (EDT)
Yes, I think it's very good as it is now. And it's true that the two-note open fifth is best classed as a chord, although a somewhat exceptional one. Anyway, I'll see if I can find the time to look at some other articles in this field. AKjeldsen 21:20, 12 April 2007 (EDT)

Hey Scriabin, I removed that "by" you added at the end of the sentence about sharps and flats, since I couldn't figure out what it "added". I do agree that that sentenc eis clumsy, maybe someone will figure out a better way to say sometimes. And, if it was you, thanks for digging up the "flat" symbol. And for improving some of the details. Human 13:05, 16 April 2007 (EDT)