Seeing Intervals, Seconds or Thirds

Intervals are way to discuss the distance between two notes. If the notes are on an adjacent line and space, the interval is called a second. If the notes are both on lines with one space in the middle or both on spaces with one line in the middle, the interval is called a third.

Print the Second or Third worksheet.

Write 2nd under the seconds. Write 3rd under the thirds. (2 points)
Begin with the letter A, B, C, or D. Label all of the following notes with the correct letter. (3 points)
Begin with the letter F. Label all of the following notes with the correct letter. (4 points)
Start with the note that would be correct for your clef. Play the exercise. (5 points)

Yes, you can submit it more than once for extra points. Bring it to your next lesson or submit by email.

About miriamtroxler

Miriam Troxler resides in Beaver, Pa, where she runs a private music studio. After graduation from Chatham University, she toured in Europe with the Continental Singers Orchestra as principal cellist. A long time member of Greenville Symphony Orchestra, she is also the founder and musical director of CelloBrationS. Miriam enjoys composing and arranging with several published pieces to date.
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One Response to Seeing Intervals, Seconds or Thirds

  1. petit4chocolatier says:

    Your blog reminds me so much of when I was in high school many years ago. I took music, art, and drama throughout middle and high and loved them all. Thank you!!

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