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The use of the octatonic scale in western music can be seen as early as Bach, who used pieces of the scale within his counterpoint to imply diminished harmony. Modern composers of the classical canon use this scale as a colorful alternative to redundant diatonicism or austere chromaticism. Jazz improvisers often turn to the diminished scale to improvise over a dominant seventh harmony to imply the flat-ninth degree of a chord. Other collections of pitches may be considered "symmetric scales," even though they are not often used as such. The fully-diminished-seventh chord is made up of repeating subunits of minor thirds three semitones , and there are three distinct pitch collections:.
Any other fully-diminished seventh chords are enharmonically equivalent to one of these three collections. The augmented chord is made of repeating subunits of major thirds four semitones , and there are four distinct collections:. Finally, the interval of a tritone diminished fifth, augmented fourth, or six semitones may be considered with the symmetric scales because there are only six distinct varieties using the subunit of a tritone.
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Chopin's Waltz Op. The composer and music theorist George Perle calls the whole-tone scale interval cycle 2, or C2. Since there are only two possible whole-tone-scale positions that is, the whole-tone scale can be transposed only once , it is either C2 0 or C2 1. For this reason, the whole-tone scale is also maximally even and may be considered a generated collection.
Due to this symmetry, the hexachord consisting of the whole-tone scale is not distinct under inversion or more than one transposition. Thus many composers have used one of the "almost whole-tone" hexachords, whose "individual structural differences can be seen to result only from a difference in the 'location', or placement, of a semitone within the otherwise whole-tone series.
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In , Johann Rudolf Ahle wrote a melody to the lyrics of Franz Joachim Burmeister 's " Es ist genug " It is enough , beginning it with four notes of the whole-tone scale on the four syllables. The first four measures are shown below. Mozart also used the scale in his Musical Joke , for strings and horns. In the 19th century, Russian composers went further with melodic and harmonic possibilities of the scale, often to depict the ominous; examples include the endings of the overtures to Glinka 's opera Ruslan and Lyudmila and Borodin 's Prince Igor , and the Commander's theme in Dargomyzhsky 's The Stone Guest.
Further examples can be found in the works of Rimsky-Korsakov : the sea king's music in Sadko and also in Scheherezade.
Shown below is the opening theme to Scheherazade , which is "simply a descending whole-tone scale with diatonic trimmings. For some short piano pieces written completely in whole-tone scale, see Nos. Colles names as the "childhood of the whole-tone scale" the music of Berlioz and Schubert in France and Austria and then Russians Glinka and Dargomyzhsky. Austin, "utterly different". Though the whole-tone scale is prominent in much of his music after when he encountered Debussy, it serves simply to fit the motifs over augmented chords.
The same motifs return from the whole-tone to the diatonic scale without emphasizing the contrast. The first of Alban Berg 's Seven Early Songs opens with a whole-tone passage both in the orchestral accompaniment and in the vocal line that enters a bar later.
In , Gil Evans recorded an arrangement that gives striking coloration to the "abrupt whole-tone lines"  of Redman's original. Wayne Shorter 's composition " JuJu " ,  features heavy use of the whole tone scale, and John Coltrane 's "One Down, One Up" , is built on two augmented chords arranged in the same simple structure as his earlier tune " Impressions ". However, these are only the most overt examples of the use of this scale in jazz.
A vast number of jazz tunes, including many standards, use augmented chords and their corresponding scales as well, usually to create tension in turnarounds or as a substitute for a dominant seventh chord. A chain of suspensions constitutes the fourth species of counterpoint ; an example may be found in the second movement of Arcangelo Corelli 's Christmas Concerto.
An appoggiatura APP is a type of accented incomplete neighbor tone approached skip-wise from one chord tone and resolved stepwise to another chord tone "overshooting" the chord tone. Nonharmonic bass notes are bass notes that are not a member of the chord below which they are written. Examples include the Elektra chord. Changing tones CT are two successive nonharmonic tones. A chord tone steps to a nonchord tone which skips to another nonchord tone which leads by step to a chord tone, often the same chord tone.
They may imply neighboring tones with a missing or implied note in the middle. Also called double neighboring tones or neighbor group. Another form of nonchord tone is a pedal point or pedal tone PD or note , almost always the tonic or dominant , which is held through a series of chord changes.