The gap between two separated musical tetrachords is called the disjunction. In ancient Greek theory it was always the frequency ratio 9/8 (~203.9100017 cents). Below is a schematic diagram:
-- E | | D tetrachord diezeugmenon | C | -- B tone of disjunction < -- A | | G tetrachord meson | F | -- E
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