First of a series of articles in which we answer frequently asked questions. In this article: What is the difference between a flat and sharp note?
Here we are again with our weekly playlist. This week we are looking at the major third interval. We’ve selected ten songs for our playlist.
You’ve probably heard of this one. It is a very famous song. In the first two notes, which repeat itself, you can hear the major third interval (D-F#).
This is an older song from the Danish band Saybia. You can hear the major third in the melody, when he’s singing DO-BIRDS (A-C#).
The composition starts directly with a major third going from E-G#.
The verse starts with a major third interval when Cyndi sings I-come. It repeats itself in the next verse.
As a young girl, I was in love with this piano piece, the Feather Theme. If you listen carefully you can hear the melody going from D-F#, in the first melodie line.
The first two notes of this song make a very low major third, going from C-E.
You can hear John singing THERE’S-NO, going from G-B, which makes a major third. This repeats itself many times, for example IF-TRY and HELL-BELOW.
In the second sentence of the song Rihanna sings A-COLD going from C-E.
In this famous classic the melody is going from Eb-G in the first two notes.
In this very melodic classic there is a major third interval in the melody at Ev’ry-time (Bb-D) in the verse.