anonymous
  • anonymous
Could someone please help me with Living Music?? I need to match intervals with their names. A. Unison B. Second C. Third D. Fourth E. Fifth F. Sixth G. Seventh H. Octave
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anonymous
  • anonymous
"Match the following intervals with their names. You may use some intervals more than once."
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
hey i totally don knw anything abt notes nd ol
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I can help ya
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hopefully
anonymous
  • anonymous
One thing that's really going to help you is knowing placement on the staff.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
For #1, you're going from F to F, so that's a full octave.
anonymous
  • anonymous
#2, you're going from B to C, meaning you have a 2nd interval
anonymous
  • anonymous
#3, you're going from B to F, which is a 5th (Do-So, in solfege)
anonymous
  • anonymous
#4 is a bass clef, so refer to the bass clef picture I attached before. Now you're going from a G to a D, so it's a 5th
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
XD it's really easy once you understand it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So for #5, both of the notes are an F. That mean's they're in unison
anonymous
  • anonymous
#6 is a Bflat to a Bflat, which is again an octave
anonymous
  • anonymous
As for #7, it's a little trickier considering you have to build that yourself. But your starting note is a Bflat. I used my keyboard for this, but you travel up every other note. So if you were making a Bflat major chord, you would play Bflat, D, and F. D is your third, and F is your 5th. So #7 is F
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not chord, but triad to be more exact
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you comfortable with note placement on staffs?
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank youuuuu!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes i understand alot now hahah
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay good. If you need any extra help, ask me OR use this site I'm giving you. In school, we have to test certain things every quarter, and this quarter is note names. Then we have key signatures, then we have triads. Emusictheory.com is extremely useful for learning any of these things. Click on the Free Resources tab and go to "Try the drills online" For note names, your tab after that is called Paced Note Names

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