Music Theory Series Part 1- Intervals, by Dogukan Ozturk
quadrium
Feb 28 2011, 08:25 PM
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Hello all.My name is Dogukan Ozturk.Welcome to my new Music Theory Series Lessons.I know that Andrew has covered all of this subject.But i have decided to do it in my way also smile.gif For the first part of the series we will start with the intervals.


Intervals are the distances between two notes. Each interval will have a number - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. These numbers are the distance between two notes, based upon counting the lines and spaces on the staff.

Intervals may be described as:
-Vertical or harmonic, if the two notes sound simultaneously
-Horizontal, linear, or melodic if they sound successively.
Intervals may be roughly classified as:
-Diatonic intervals, between the notes of a diatonic scale,
-Chromatic intervals, non-diatonic intervals between the notes of a chromatic scale,
-Minute intervals (commas, and microtones), sometimes so small that the difference in pitch between the two notes cannot be perceived.




For example, if we count lines and spaces, starting from C and ending on G, we count: C,D,E,F,G = 1,2,3,4,5, Therefore, the interval from C to G is a fifth (5th).

We can also keep counting past 8, through 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, but usually not past 13.

List of interval types:


0-Perfect Unison-------P1
1-Minor Second-------m2
2-Major Second------M2
3-Minor Third----------m3
4-Major Third----------M3
5-Perfect Fourth------P4
6-Diminished Fifth-----d5---Tritone
6-Augmented Fourth--A4---Tritone
7-Perfect Fifth--------P5
8-Minor Sixth---------m6
9-Major Sixth---------M6
10-Minor Seventh----m7
11-Major Seventh----M7
12-Perfect Octave----P8


Interval quality:

Intervals also have another identifier in addition to number called the interval quality. Intervals can be called Major (M), minor (m), Perfect (P), Augmented (A), or diminished (d).

Major Intervals:



Minor Intervals:



Perfect Intervals:



Augmented Intervals:



Diminished Intervals:







*The intervals contained in the table are diatonic to C major. All other intervals are chromatic to C major.

Hope you enjoy .See you in next lesson of Music Theory Series.Keep rocking wink.gif

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Mar 1 2011, 11:18 AM
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Interesting as usual Dogukan smile.gif

I'll have this one added to the student instructor's portal in our wiki, as I did with your previous work.

And there it is smile.gif

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QUOTE (Fran @ Mar 1 2011, 10:18 AM) *
Interesting as usual Dogukan smile.gif

I'll have this one added to the student instructor's portal in our wiki, as I did with your previous work.

And there it is smile.gif

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/wiki/inde...t_1_-_Intervals


Thanks Fran smile.gif

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Good stuff, all of these - you can never present something too many times, you may have an angle that I missed that works for someone new, so keep it up!

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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Mar 13 2011, 04:22 PM) *
Good stuff, all of these - you can never present something too many times, you may have an angle that I missed that works for someone new, so keep it up!


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I can't see the images.

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Hey Vinod. You need to sign up to imageshack to see the photos smile.gif

Dogukan,

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It may be down to the .png format of the images. Some people aren't able to view them due to the wrong settings.

Do you at least see a red 'X' instead, Vinod?

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