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 for you guys! This time we take a look at the perfect fourth and teach you how to identify it by ear.
This week we listen to some songs with the perfect fourth interval in mind. These are songs with the ascending, melodic perfect fourth interval in them.
We simply can not make a playlist without a song by our favourite band, The Beatles. In the beginning of the song you'll hear the perfect fourth in the first two notes of the melody (I'm-fixing).
You've probably seen the movie Harry Potter? John Williams made the beautiful, magical music for this movie. Hedwig's Theme starts with an ascending perfect fourth interval.
Every time Freddy sings I-Want, you'll hear a perfect fourth. Please note that afterwards he goes one more note up.
This classic has to be on the list. When Elvis sings Love-me and You-have you'll hear the perfect fourth.
This jazz standard starts with a perfect fourth.
In the verse you'll hear the perfect fourth in A-Thing.
You probably know this song as the Themesong for Friends. The first two words form a perfect fourth: So-no
In this song you can hear a perfect fourth in the verses. The first time when 'cause-recently is sang.
The first two notes of this composition form the perfect fourth.
A song about Amsterdam, capital of Sonids homeland, must be included. In the beginning of the verse you'll hear a perfect fourth at And-I and And-If (Bb to Eb).