Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Stuff in My Drawers Day: Mnemonics

How do you teach a bunch of remedial freshman musicians, most of them theatre majors and trumpeters, to hear standalone intervals? Here are the listening examples I taught in my MUT1241 class in 2003.

Ascending IntervalsDescending Intervals

minor second:

major second:

minor third:

major third:

perfect fourth:

augmented fourth:

perfect fifth:

minor sixth:

major sixth:

minor seventh:

major seventh / perfect octave:

minor second:

major second:

minor third:

major third:

perfect fourth:

augmented fourth:

perfect fifth:

minor sixth:

major sixth:

minor seventh:

major seventh:

perfect octave:

You are now ready for your interval quiz.

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