Tag: Ear training - intervals

 

In Ear training - intervals you will find an overview of all interval ear training exercises from level 1 to level 6.

Category: Ear training.

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Contents

1. Second, third, fourth and fifth

Ear Training exercise 1f: practise distinguishing the difference between a second, third, fourth and fifth by ear.

Theory: Chapter 1.11 Second, third, fourth and fifth

2. Major and minor second

Ear Training exercise 1g: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor second by ear.

Theory: Chapter 1.12 Major and minor second

3. Sixth, seventh and octave

Ear Training exercise 2f: practise distinguishing the difference between the sixth, seventh and octave by ear.

Theory: Chapter 2.7 Sixth, seventh and octave

4. Major and minor third

Ear Training exercise 3l: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor third by ear.

Ear Training exercise 3m: practise distinguishing the difference between major and minor seconds and thirds by ear.

Theory: Chapter 3.5 Major and minor third

5. Perfect fourth and octave

Ear Training exercise 4f: practise distinguishing the difference between a perfect fourth, fifth and octave by ear.

Theory: Chapter 4.8 Perfect fourth and octave

6. Major and minor sixth

Ear Training exercise 4g: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor sixth by ear.

Theory: Chapter 4.9 Major and minor sixth

7. Major and minor seventh

Ear Training exercise 4h: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor seventh by ear.

Ear Training exercise 4i: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor sixths and sevenths by ear.

Theory: Chapter 4.10 Major and minor seventh

8. Major and minor second and third, perfect fourth and fifth

Ear Training exercise 5f: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor second and third, perfect fourth and fifth by ear.

Ear Training exercise 5g: practise distinguishing the difference between a major and minor second and third, perfect fourth and fifth by ear.
The intervals are only played harmonically.

Theory: Chapter 5.7 Inversion of intervals

9. Perfect and augmented fourth and perfect fifth

Ear Training exercise 6f: practise distinguishing the difference between perfect and augmented fourths and perfect fifths by ear.

Theory: Chapter 6.8 Augmented fourth, diminished and augmented fifth

10. All intervals up to the octave

Ear Training exercise 6g: practise distinguishing the difference between all intervals up to the octave by ear.

Ear Training exercise 6h: practise distinguishing the difference between all intervals up to the octave by ear.
The intervals are only played harmonically.

Theory: Chapter6.9 The five types of intervals

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