Tag: Ear training - chords

 

In Ear training - chords you will find an overview of all chord ear training exercises from level 1 to level 8.

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1. Major and minor triads

Distinguishing the difference between a major and minor triad by ear.

Theory: Chapter 3.7 Major and minor triads


2. Triads: root position, first and second inversion

Learn to distinguishing the difference between root position and inversions of major and minor triads by ear.


Exercises with major triads

 

Distinguishing the difference between a root position and first inversion of the major triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a root position and second inversion of the major triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a first and second inversion of the major triad by ear.


Exercises with minor triads

 

Distinguishing the difference between a root position and first inversion of the minor triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a root position and second inversion of the minor triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a first and second inversion of the minor triad by ear.

Theory: Chapter 4.11 Triads: the first and second inversion


3. Ear training: root position and inversions of triads

Distinguishing the difference between a root position and first inversion of the major and minor triad by ear.


Root position, first and second inversion

 

Distinguishing the difference between a root position and first inversion of the major and minor triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a root position and second inversion of the major and minor triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a first and second inversion of the major and minor triad by ear.


All positions

 

Distinguishing the difference between a root position, first and second inversion of the major triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a root position, first and second inversion of the minor triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a root position, first and second inversion of the major and minor triad by ear.

Theory: Chapter 5.10 Ear training: root position and inversions van triads


4. Root position and inversions of triads

Distinguishing the difference between type and position of the major and minor triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between the type and position of the major and minor triad by ear. The triads are only played harmonically.

Theory: Chapter 6.10 Ear training: root position and inversions van triads


5. Diminished and augmented triads

Distinguishing the difference between a diminished and augmented triad in root position by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a diminished and augmented triad in root position by ear. The triads are only played harmonically.

Theory: Chapter 6.11 Diminished and augmented triad


6. Minor, major, diminished and augmented triads

Distinguishing the difference between minor, major, diminished and augmented triads by ear.


Root position of minor, major, diminished and augmented triads

 

Distinguishing the difference between minor, major, diminished and augmented triads in root position by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between minor, major, diminished and augmented triads in root position by ear. The triads are only played harmonically.


Diminished triads: root position and inversions

 

Distinguishing the difference between a root position and first inversion of the diminished triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a root position and second inversion of the diminished triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a first and second inversion of the diminished triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between root position and inversions of the diminished triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between root position and inversions of the diminished triad by ear. The triads are only played harmonically.


All triads: root position and inversions

 

Distinguishing the difference between type and position of a minor, major, diminished and augmented triad by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between type and position of a minor, major, diminished and augmented triad by ear. The triads are only played harmonically.

Theory: Chapter 7.11 Ear training: minor, major, diminished and augmented triads


7. The seven types of seventh chords

Distinguishing the difference between a major seventh chord and dominant seventh chord in root position by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a minor major seventh chord and minor seventh chord in root position by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a major seventh chord, dominant seventh chord, minor major seventh chord and minor seventh chord in root position by ear.


Distinguishing the difference between a half-diminished seventh chord, diminished seventh chord and augmented seventh chord in root position by ear.

Theory: Chapter 7.13 The seven types of seventh chords


8. All seventh chords in root position

Distinguishing the difference between all seventh chords in root position by ear.

Theory: Chapter 8.9 Seventh chords and scale degrees


9. Ear training: degrees

 


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