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How many whole steps are in a perfect 5th?
5
How many half steps are in a perfect 5th?
7
Why can't we say e.g. that a perfect 5th above C# is Ab (instead of a G#)?
Because we have to be true to the interval. We need a root and a 5th, so e.g. we need some kind of a C and some kind of a G, not some kind of an A (that would make it some kind of a 6th).
Perfect 5th above Ab
Eb
Perfect 5th above A
E
Perfect 5th above A#
E#
Perfect 5th above Bb
F
Perfect 5th above B
F#
Perfect 5th above Cb
Gb
Perfect 5th above C
G
Perfect 5th above C#
G#
Perfect 5th above Db
Ab
Perfect 5th above D
A
Perfect 5th above D#
A#
Perfect 5th above Eb
Bb
Perfect 5th above E
B
Perfect 5th above E#
B# (Note: It's usually just F to C though; i.e. E# to B# is unusual)
Perfect 5th above Fb
Cb (unusual)
Perfect 5th above F
C
Perfect 5th above F#
C#
Perfect 5th above Gb
Db
Perfect 5th above G
D
Perfect 5th above G#
D#