Songs to learn musical intervals
A common way to recognize intervals is to associate them with reference songs that you know well. For example, the song Amazing Grace begins with a perfect fourth. So when you hear an interval that sounds like the 2 first notes of Amazing Grace, you know instantly that it's a Perfect 4th.
How to use the EarMaster Interval Song Chart
- Select one song for each ascending and descending interval. You can unselect the genres you don't want to see using the buttons above the list.
- Click on the "Create Song list" button at the bottom of the page to generate a printer-friendly chart with your list of songs.
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