Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Concord (music)

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CONCORD, in music, the combination of two or more sounds pleasing to the ear. Concords are the octave, the fifth, third, and sixth. The two first are called perfect, because as concords they are not liable to any alteration by sharps or flats. The two last are called imperfect, as being alterable.