enharmonic intervals

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enharmonic intervals. Those intervals which differ from each other in name but not in any other way (so far as modern kbd. instr. are concerned). For example: C to G♯ (augmented 5th) and C to A♭ (minor 6th). Hence enharmonic change, the change of a note in a part, e.g. from D♯ to E♭.