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?
Today we start something new: Sonids Spotify Playlists! Our goal is to make one playlist per week, focussing on one eartraining subject at a time. We start with the Perfect Prime interval.
For the playlist we selected ten songs with a Perfect Prime interval in them. By this we mean a melodic, ascending interval. We will explain briefly where you can hear the Perfect Prime interval in the songs.
They are almost all in the beginning of the melody of the songs. In some songs they are a bit harder to hear, so I will explain more about them below:
In the piano intro the first two notes are on the same pitch, making a perfect prime interval. Agnes sings the same melody in the verse.
This composition start with the repetition of the same note.
At the start of the song, GOT-MY-FIRST-REAL, is al on the same note. Please note, this is from the second word Bryan sings.
Everytime Dolly sings JO-LENE, she stays on one note.
After the intro you can hear the Perfect Prime interval. EACH-MORNING-I-GET-UP-I is al on the same note.