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9. Intervals Exercises

Grade 3 Music Theory- Lesson 9. Intervals: Exercises

Suitable for:  ABRSM Grade 3   GCSE   AP Music Theory Beginners 

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Exercise 1 - Describing Harmonic Intervals

Describe each of these harmonic intervals, giving the type and number (e.g. minor 3rd, perfect 8ve). The keys are named and in each case the lower note is the key note (tonic).

name-harmonic-intervals 0 0name-harmonic-intervals 0 1name-harmonic-intervals 0 2name-harmonic-intervals 0 3name-harmonic-intervals 0 4

 

Exercise 2 - Describing Melodic Intervals

Describe each of these melodic intervals, giving the type and number (e.g. minor 3rd, perfect 8ve). The keys are named and in each case the lower note is the key note (tonic).

name-melodic-intervals 0 0name-melodic-intervals 0 1name-melodic-intervals 0 2name-melodic-intervals 0 3name-melodic-intervals 0 4 

 

Exercise 3- Describing Intervals (Mixed)

Describe each of these intervals, giving the type and number (e.g. minor 3rd, perfect 8ve). Also say whether the interval is melodic or harmonic. The keys are named and in each case the lower note is the key note (tonic).

intervals grade 3 0 0intervals grade 3 0 1intervals grade 3 0 2intervals grade 3 0 3intervals grade 3 0 4

 

Exercise 2 - Writing Harmonic Intervals

Above each of these notes, write a higher note to form the named harmonic interval. The key is given.

F# minor
a)
write-harmonic-intervals-1 0 0write-harmonic-intervals-1 0 1write-harmonic-intervals-1 0 2

write-harmonic-intervals-2 0 0write-harmonic-intervals-2 0 1write-harmonic-intervals-2 0 2

 

Exercise - Writing Melodic Intervals

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

f sharp minor 0 0f sharp minor 0 1f sharp minor 0 2

write-melodic-intervals-2 0 0write-melodic-intervals-2 0 1write-melodic-intervals-2 0 2

 

 

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