Which interval notation is correct
Standard notation for one octave
There is octave notation for pitches only. C4 is middle C. C5 is an octave higher, etc.
But when you're talking about chords, the Am could be any octave you want. And if you want to specifically play an octave, like in an A arranged as A3 and A4, I don't think there is any other chord symbol other than writing octave, oct, etc.
Usually the chord indicates the bass and pitches to be used for harmony. The arrangement (octave, inversion, etc.) is up to you.
An octave almost always only indicates the bass. And usually your harmony is a little more robust than a single note. Even though you are playing an octave bass, the chord for that beat or some beats, etc. is usually 3 or 4 notes that make the entire phrase "fit". Chances are you'll find a 3rd, 5th, etc. at some point.
Oh hey, I just checked out my own little piano practice program.
I've listed these chord types: 1 + 8, unison, and octave.
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