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13. Intervals Exercises

Grade One Music Theory Exercises - Lesson 13: Intervals Exercises

 

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 Naming Intervals  

1. Give the number (e.g. 2nd, 3rd, 4th) of each of these treble clef melodic intervals. 

interval-1interval-2interval-3interval-4interval-5interval-6interval-7

 

2. Give the number (e.g. 2nd, 3rd, 4th) of these bass clef melodic intervals. 

intervals-bass 0 0intervals-bass 0 1intervals-bass 0 2intervals-bass 0 3intervals-bass 0 4intervals-bass 0 5intervals-bass 0 6

 

 

 Writing Intervals 

3. Above each note, write a higher note to make the named harmonic interval. The key is C major. 

c-major-intervals 0 0c-major-intervals 0 1c-major-intervals 0 2c-major-intervals 0 3c-major-intervals 0 4 

 

4. Above each note, write another note to make the named harmonic interval. The key is F major.

f-major-intervals 0 0f-major-intervals 0 1f-major-intervals 0 2f-major-intervals 0 3f-major-intervals 0 4

 

5. Next to each note, write another note to make the named melodic interval. The key is D major.

d-major-intervals 0 0d-major-intervals 0 1d-major-intervals 0 2d-major-intervals 0 3d-major-intervals 0 4

 

6. Next to each note, write another note to make the named melodic interval. The key is G major.

g-major-intervals 0 0g-major-intervals 0 1g-major-intervals 0 2g-major-intervals 0 3g-major-intervals 0 4 

 

7. Next to each note, write another note to make the named melodic interval. Include any necessary accidentals. The key is given in each case.

mixed-intervals 0 0mixed-intervals 0 1mixed-intervals 0 2mixed-intervals 0 3mixed-intervals 0 4