Tag: Ear training - scales

 

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

Category: Ear training.

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Contents

1. Major scale

Practise being able to hear a right or wrong played major scale.

Theory: Chapter 1.13 The major scale

2. The C major scale

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the C major scale.

Theory: Chapter 1.14 The C major scale

3. The G and D major scale

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the G and D major scales.

Theory: Chapter 2.18 The D major scale

4. The major and natural minor scale

Distinguishing the difference between the major and natural minor scale by ear.

Theory: Chapter 3.11 The minor scale

5. The major and minor scale

 

Exercises with only minor scales

Distinguishing the difference between the natural and harmonic minor scale by ear.

Distinguishing the difference between the natural and melodic minor scale by ear.

Distinguishing the difference between the harmonic and melodic minor scale by ear.

Distinguishing the difference between the natural, harmonic and melodic minor scale by ear.

Exercises with all scales

Distinguishing the difference between the major and minor scale by ear.

Theory: Chapter 3.13 The harmonic and melodic minor scale

6. The F major scale and the A and D minor scales

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the F major scale and the A and D minor scales.

Theory: Chapter 3.16 The D minor scale

7. The B flat major scale and the E and G minor scales

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the B flat major scale and the E and G minor scales.

Theory: Chapter 4.16 The G minor scale

8. The A and E flat major scales and the B and C minor scales

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the A and E flat major scales and the B and C minor scales.

Theory: Chapter 5.18 The C minor scale

9. The E and A flat major scales and the F sharp and C sharp minor scales

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the E and A flat major scales and the F sharp and C sharp minor scales.

Theory: Chapter 6.20 The C sharp minor scale

10. The B and D flat major scales and the F and G sharp minor scales

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the B and D flat major scales and the F and G sharp minor scales.

Theory: Chapter 7.21 The G sharp minor scale

11. The F sharp and G flat major scales and the B flat minor scale

Being able to hear a wrongly played note in the F sharp and G flat major scales and the B flat minor scale.

Theory: Chapter 8.18 The B flat minor scale

12. Alternative scales

Distinguishing the difference between Ionian, Lydian and Mixolydian by ear.

Distinguishing the difference between Aeolian, Dorian and Phrygian by ear.

Distinguishing the difference between all church modes by ear.

Theory: Chapter 8.22 Alternative scales

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