Below you will see the 7 notes found in a D Major Scale.
In this lesson we are going to make intervals by combining the note D with the remaining 6 notes. These will form six different types of intervals which can be seen below:
As you can see, there are six intervals formed by placing each note of the D Major Scale above a D. These are:
- Major Second
- Major Third
- Perfect Fourth
- Perfect Fifth
- Major Sixth
- Major Seventh
Once you have studied the intervals, give the quiz below a try. You can always retake it if you make too many mistakes.
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