Intervals - Major Scale, played together

In this exercise you will hear two notes played together and will be asked to identify the interval between them. You will hear a root note and another note on its major scale.

For example, if you hear this chord - C and E - the answer would be Major Third, because E is the third note on the C Minor scale (four semitones above C). For this chord - D then A - the answer would be Perfect Fifth, because A is the fifth note on the D Major scale (seven semitones above D).

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