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14. Intervals Exercises

Grade 2 Music Theory - Lesson 14: Intervals Exercises

Suitable for:  ABRSM Grade 2   Trinity Grade 2   GCSE   AP Music Theory Beginners 

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Finding Intervals

1. Draw a circle round two notes next to each other that are a 5th apart.

interval 5th apart

 

2. Draw a circle round two notes next to each other that are a 4th apart.

interval 4th apart

 

3. Draw a circle round two notes next to each other that are a 6th apart.

interval 6th apart

 

4. Draw a circle round two notes next to each other that are an octave apart.

interval octave apart

 

Writing Intervals

1. Above each note, write another note to form the named harmonic interval. The key is given.

harmonic-intervals 0 0harmonic-intervals 0 1harmonic-intervals 0 2harmonic-intervals 0 3

 

2. After each note, write a higher note to form the named melodic interval. The key is given.

melodic-intervals 0 0melodic-intervals 0 1melodic-intervals 0 2melodic-intervals 0 3

 

Interval Quality (Trinity Only)

a. Which is bigger, a major 2nd or a minor 3rd? lightbulbette 

b. Which three interval numbers can be described with the word "perfect"?  lightbulbette 

c. How many tones and semitones (whole/half steps) are there in a perfect 4th?  lightbulbette 

d. What is another name for a semitone (half step)?  lightbulbette 

 

 

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