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The Major Second: Division

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division, separation, disparity
indifference, independence

Ratio: 9:8

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muzoracle.comPerhaps best known for being the first two notes of “Chopsticks,” the dyad of the Major Second is bright and lively; it is dissonant, but not unnerving or grating. Unlike other dyads, it doesn’t strongly lead us anywhere, nor does it seem to be asking for another note. Neither note within the dyad predominates -- each has equal weight.

In a casting, the Major Second indicates division: two elements not necessarily in opposition, but operating independently. It can refer to a state of ignorance regarding another or a lack of care. It can point to a split in values or concern, or indicate a parting of ways or a difference in agenda. The Major Second functions in a casting as rather the opposite of a Unison: where the Unison represents sameness, the Major Second represents difference -- and possibly indifference. It can also, however, indicate a necessary or beneficial independence.

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