A diatonic interval which traverses 10 steps in a diatonic scale, and covers a pitch distance bounded by 11 nominals inclusively, an octave plus an augmented-4th.
The augmented-11th became a common feature of blues and jazz harmony, especially during the bebop period in the late 1940s, particularly as an "extension" on top of a dominant-7th chord.
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