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Post by Caleb Kierum on March 23, 2015

Is an augmented 2nd the same note as a minor 3rd?

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Last reply by: Sepand Shahab
Tue Mar 3, 2015 3:27 PM

Post by Caleb Kierum on March 3, 2015

How come a Major 3rd above D# is f## instead of G?

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Last reply by: Sepand Shahab
Sat Nov 16, 2013 11:35 PM

Post by Alex Moon on November 16, 2013

What is the difference between a minor and major interval?

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Last reply by: Kevin Song
Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:52 PM

Post by Kevin Song on January 26, 2013

In the video 13:30, you just said D to F is minor 3rd, but can it be also a major 3rd too? Cuz we call major or minor when the interval is going up to 2nd, 3rd, 6th, 7th... Why is that cannot be Major 3rd?

Intervals

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Objectives 0:07
  • Definition 0:28
    • What Is An Interval?
    • Melodic Example
    • Harmonic Example
  • Interval Numbers 1:30
    • Compound Interval
  • Interval Spellings 3:26
    • Number & Note Name
  • Interval Qualities 5:24
    • Major Scale
    • Perfect
    • Minor
  • Interval Alterations 8:55
    • Augmented Interval
    • Diminished Interval
    • Chart to Remember Interval Sizes
  • Using Key Signatures to Find Intervals 10:49
    • Practice Example: Major
    • Practice Example 2: Major
    • Practice Example: Minor 3rd
    • Practice Example: Minor 6th
    • Practice Example: Minor 7th
  • Using Key Signatures to Find Intervals, Part 2 14:13
    • Example: Major 3rd Above D Sharp
    • Example: Minor 6th Above G Flat
  • Inverting Intervals 16:45
    • What Major, Minor & Perfect Becomes
  • Example 1 19:09
  • Example 2 22:42
  • Example 3 24:35
  • Example 4 30:33