3.6 Perfect fifth
Category: Harmony  Tags: Intervals 
Theory
In Chapter 1.11 Second, third, fourth and fifth you’ve learned what a fifth is. In this chapter, you will learn about the perfect fifth. In the videos and examples I show how to make perfect fifths. You are going to make perfect fifths yourself in the exercises.
1. What is a perfect fifth?
The fifth from C to G is called a perfect fifth and is made up of seven half steps (three whole steps and one half step).
There is no major or minor fifth. The perfect fifth has an open and consonant character.
The perfect fifth C G .
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Video
Examples
How is a perfect fifth build?
2. Perfect fifths
Video
Examples
Which tones do you get if you make perfect fifths on the natural notes?
3. Practise
Harmony exercise 3d: Practise making perfect fifths on the natural notes.
Harmony exercise 3e: Practise making perfect fifths on all notes.
Summary
Perfect fifth
 The distance of C to G is called a perfect fifh
 There is no major or minor fifth
