Next in order after the fourth; -- the ordinal of five.
Consisting of one of five equal divisions of a thing.
The quotient of a unit divided by five; one of five equal parts; a fifth part.
The interval of three tones and a semitone, embracing five diatonic degrees of the scale; the dominant of any key.
a jump from one note to the fifth note above it (8 half steps, inclusive). sa to pa is a perfect fifth, as is C to G
The fifth note of the scale (e.g. G in the scale of C).
the fifth note of an ascending diatonic scale, which means to go up 2 whole steps, 1 half step, and 1 more whole step if you play C and G, then you have a fifth) Fifths sound like taxi cabs in London. fingerboard the part of a stringed instrument which the fingers press the strings against to vary the pitch.
position five in a countable series of things; "he was fifth out of several hundred runners"
the musical interval between one note and another five notes away from it
an interval, or distance between two notes within the music alphabet
a way of counting notes
In a scale, the distance between a certain note and another note four notes above it. The certain note is counted as I, the note four notes above that is V.
Interval of five tones in the diatonic scale.
The fifth degree of the diatonic scale. Also, the interval formed by a given tone and the fifth tone above or below it, e.g. c up to g, c down to f. Intervals of the fifth may be perfect (corresponding to major), diminished, or augmented.