Given two notes, there is an interval that joins them. (Axiom of Arpeggiation)
An interval can be prolonged indefinitely. (Axiom of the Fermata)
A progression can be constructed when its key center and one of its chords are given. (Axiom of the Sequence)
All tritones are equal. (The Devil’s Axiom)
If a melodic line accompanying two melodic lines a fifth apart makes the interior intervals on the same side less than two tritones, the two melodic lines, if extended indefinitely, resolve on that side where the intervals are less than the two tritones. (The Fifth postulate)
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