An interval is the distance between two notes. An interval has a name and a type. Intervals can be played one note (melodic) or two notes (harmonic) at a time, ascending or descending.
Simple and Compound Intervals are taken from a major scale.
Chromatic Intervals are NOT taken from a major scale. They are derived from the diatonic intervals.
The essence of this series lies in comprehending intervals, exploring their characteristics, and understanding their role in music.
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4 Lessons in the “Understanding Intervals” Series
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