The diminished scale consists of eight notes. There are two types of diminished scales: the whole-step/half-step (or auxiliary diminished) and the half-step/whole-step (or auxiliary diminished dominant). The term diminished comes from the fact that degrees I, III, V, and VII form a diminished seventh chord.

disminuida tono semitono

disminuida semitono-tono

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