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Chord which seems satisfactory in itself, or an interval that can be so described, or a note which is part of such a chord or interval. The opposite is discord (dissonance). What constitutes a concord is not strictly laid down and must often depend on individual assessment. However, concordant intervals comprise all perfect intervals and all major and minor 3rds and 6ths.

Subjects: Music.

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