diatonic

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From French diatonique

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diatonic (comparative more diatonic, superlative most diatonic)

  1. (music) Relating to or characteristic of a musical scale which contains seven pitches and a pattern of five whole tones and two semitones; particularly, of the major or natural minor scales.

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