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The tones within a scale are divided by either tones or semitones. In a major scale, the order always goes: tone, tone, semitone, tone, tone, tone, semitone. For a minor scale, in natural form, the order always goes: tone, semitone, tone, tone, semitone, tone, tone.
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The part of speech for 'tone' depends on how it is used. Examples: She will tone her arms by lifting weights. (tone = verb) Please describe the tone of the play. (tone = noun)
Do you mean tone as in tone colour in music or tone as in the way someone talks/speaks???
A major scale is always made up of the following steps: tone, tone, semitone, tone, tone, tone, semitone.
Tone Bell goes by Tone.
Tone, semitone, tone, tone, semitone, tone + semitone, semitone.
The narrator's satire can be detected by her tone. Your tone sounds rather depressing. He said that he didn't like the tone of his friend.
I'm sure that I like your tone of voice. Don't take that tone of voice with me! Your tone of voice belies the sincerity of your statement.
Tone Tone Semitone Tone Tone Tone Semitone, is always the gap between notes in any major scale, which is why most scales need sharps or flats. For example, C major is: C - up a tone - D - up a tone - E - up a semitone - F - up a tone - G - up a tone - A - up a tone - B - up a semitone - C.
A tone is a frequency and sound is a frequency therefore a sound is a tone.
The tone of the Westing game is usually a bullish tone.
Tone of regret
the tone of it is your voice
Tone means something that the author uses in a book.
to reflect tone probably means to consider the author's tone, and to determine why the author chose to employ this tone.