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University: Gene Biringer's Home Page Site. Interval (music) Melodic and harmonic intervals.

Interval (music)

Play Example: Perfect octave on C in equal temperament and just intonation: 2/1 = 1200 cents. Play The size of an interval (also known as its width or height) can be represented using two alternative and equivalently valid methods, each appropriate to a different context: frequency ratios or cents. The size of an interval between two notes may be measured by the ratio of their frequencies. Interactive Circle of Fifths User's Guide. The Interactive Circle of Fifths ("the Circle" for short) is a tool designed to help musicians to: figure out the key of a piece of music easily transpose music to a different key compose new music understand key signatures, scales, and modes The concept of the circle of fifths is not a new one (see this Wikipedia article for more information), but there is more to this simple, yet profound structure than the traditional diagram can easily convey.

Interactive Circle of Fifths User's Guide

The Interactive Circle of Fifths goes beyond the limitations of a static diagram without sacrificing clarity and simplicity.

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Music Theory. Theory on scales » modes of the major scale » ionian mode / major scale. How to Read the Circle of Fifths. Understanding how to read the circle of fifths will help you understand the relation between music's major keys and their relative minor keys.

How to Read the Circle of Fifths

A major key and its relative minor use the same key signature, which means they use the same sharps (indicated as #) and flats (shown as b) in their scales. When you read the circle of fifths, you'll notice that the major keys are on outside of the circle. Teoría - Music Theory Web. The Diatonic Scales. The diatonic scales The diatonic scale is most familiar as the major scale or the "natural" minor scale (or aeolian mode).

The Diatonic Scales

The diatonic scale is a very important scale. Out of all the possible seven note scales it has the highest number of consonant intervals, and the greatest number of major and minor triads. The diatonic scale has six major or minor triads, while all of the remaining prime scales (the harmonic minor, the harmonic major, the melodic and the double harmonic) have just four major or minor triads. Music Modes. Home » Piano Theory » Music Modes , The story of the musical modes starts in ancient Greece.

Music Modes

The Greeks were the one to name the different modes after ancient Greek subgroups; the Locrians and the Dorians. Phrygia and Lydia were places with non Greek people close by. Later in the 9th century the church modes originated. Theorists took the Greek modes and applied them to their own concept. Musical Scales. C Major Scale (no sharps or flats) C D E F G A B C G Major Scale (1 sharp) G A B C D E F# G D Major Scale (2 sharps) D E F# G A B C# D A Major Scale (3 sharps) A B C# D E F# G# A E Major Scale (4 sharps) E F# G# A B C# D# E.

Musical Scales

Learning and Loving Music Theory. Kelvin, You actually caught a mistake on the roman numerals!

Learning and Loving Music Theory

Thanks, I’ll have to fix that. The first and last chords of the progression are not 7th chords. Somehow I inadvertently typed “I7″ on the first chord of all the major keys. (Notice that I didn’t do that for the minor keys.) Music Theory - Intervals & Scales. As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued.

Music Theory - Intervals & Scales

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