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Quintenzirkel und Quintendoppelspirale

Quinten-Doppelspirale und enharmonische Töne

Der geschlossene Quintenzirkel wird durch die chromatische Stimmung ermîglicht, da zwölf chromatische Quinten genau sieben Oktaven sind.

Zwölf reine (diatonische) Quinten ergeben ein wenig mehr als sieben Oktaven und dadurch keinen geschlossenen Quintenzirkel sondern eine Quinten - Doppelspirale.

Die zwölfte reine Quinte von c aus aufsteigend bildet das gleichfarbige, "enharmonische" "His", die zwölfte absteigende reine Quinte das "Deses" mit ebenfalls der gleichen Farbe Grön.

Alle enharmonischen Töne sind in der Quinten-Doppelspirale durch die gleiche Farbe verbunden.
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