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Intro. To & App. Of Intervals

Brad Thibodeau (91) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3

Hi, I'm Brad Thibodeau and this is my first lesson on WholeNote.com. This is an introduction to and application of intervals. The first thing to understand is that any time two notes are played at the same time, there is an interval seperating them. There are 13 different intervals: The Unison, minor Second, Major Second, minor Third, Major Third, Perfect Fourth, diminished Fifth, Perfect Fifth, minor Sixth, Major Sixth, minor Seventh, Major Seventh, and Octave. Below, each interval is played in the respective order at a slow tempo, play along, and learn them by name.
Intro. To & App. Of Intervals