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Definition of: diatonic

(dī′ə·tonik) adjective Music
Designating the regular tones of a major or minor key (or scale), in distinction from chromatic or occasional tones; having eight tones to an octave. [<MF diatonique <LL diatonicus <Gk. diatonikos <dia- through + teinein stretch]
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a·ton′i·cal·ly adverb

Most often used phrases:

diatonic scale
diatonic accordion
diatonic button
diatonic semitone
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diatonic scales
diatonic genus
diatonic function
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diatonic chords
diatonic system
major diatonic
diatonic major scale
diatonic collection
term diatonic

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