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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. 



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


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