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Now I must find Apollo.
Where is that sound coming from?
Apollo, I've found you! I was sent her by your sister to learn about harmony.
Hello, I've been expecting you! Harmony is my specialty and I hope to fix your curiosity.
Harmony is created when two or more notes play at the same time.
When the notes blend together to make a pleasing sound they are considered consonant. When they are more jarring they are dissonant.
Are harmonies actually important?
Of course they are! They create the background mood of music. Without a harmony music simply wouldn't make sense.
Now that you've learned about harmony, I think you'll enjoy talking to Zeus about the speeds of sound and light.
Remember, you'll find Zeus at Mount Olympus!
Thanks for all your help!
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