Today's topic: "What is a minor second?" In this video you will learn how to construct and identify a minor second interval in 30 seconds. Including some examples and common mistakes.
We've made a new Spotify Playlist this week! This time we take a look at the perfect fifth and teach you how to identify it by ear.
This week we listen to some songs with the perfect fifth interval in mind. These are songs with the ascending, melodic perfect fifth interval in them. In this article we will breefly explain where you can hear the perfect fifth in the songs.
This is our favourite Queen-song. In this emotional ballad you can hear the perfect fifth when Freddy sings MY-LIFE.
In this classic you can hear a perfect fifth at DEAD-OF (NIGHT).
This song starts with a perfect fifth in the instrumental intro. You can hear it in the first two notes (and then it repeats).
In the first sentence of the verse you can find the perfect fifth interval at WAKE-UP. You can hear it again at MAKE-UP.
The first two notes of the verse form a perfect fifth.
This Disney song is filled with perfect fifths. The first three you hear in the intro, at MAKE-WAY, A-LI and SAY-HEY. Afterwards there are many perfect fifths in the verse. A good song to practice your ears!
The U2 song starts with a perfect fifth in the first two notes of the verse.
This Jazz standard is intrumental. The first two notes played by John Coltrane form the perfect fifth.
Amy's first two notes form a perfect fifth.
You can hear a perfect fifth at BUT-LISTEN-CAREFULLY. The melody is going from A to E and back again.