The interval from B natural to E# is an augmented fourth
It is a perfect 5th
It is a diminished 4th.
E flat consists of 3 flats, B flat, E flat and A flat. E flat to B flat would be a perfect 5th interval as B flat is in E flat major, but because your question was E flat to B, B is a semitone up from B flat, this would mean the interval becomes a semitone larger, and a semitone larger from a perfect interval is augmented. Therefore, the answer to your question is an augmented 5th. Hope this helps :)
E-flat up to B-natural is an augmented 5th.
augmented 5th, as e flat to b flat is a perfect 5th and b is a semitone above b flat, making the interval augmented
Diminished fourth - enharmonic to major third.
Major triads are made up of three notes; a major third interval followed by a minor third interval. An example of the C major triad is C E G. A minor triad has a minor third interval followed by a major third interval, such as C E Flat G.
It is a minor 5th or more commonly called a tri-tone.
The E sharp is the F note. The interval between C sharp and F (e sharp) in two whole steps.
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