At 6/24/06 08:31 PM, pitbulljones wrote:
well ive played two note chords on piano before, but i was replying to the comment about doing it on guitar, which i play and i know you cant on guitar, due to the string lay out and the harmonic nature of a guitar. the piano though seems to allow the two note chord, there must be a name for it or something, but i agree a chord as we all know and love is played with three notes or more, im just being really contradicting and shit, but hey who's gonna stop me?
Haha. No, that's okay. I gotcha. If there are two notes played in harmony on a piano, it's called an interval. I.e. If you played C and G, which is a fifth apart (C, D, E, F, G; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), you'd just call it a major fifth.