• Perfect and Major Intervals

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    The "Secrets to Playing Piano By Ear" course covers everything from the basics and fundamentals to Cmin13 (b9b5) chords. The following lesson focuses on chapter five from the course. If you are already familiar with perfect and major intervals and how they are formed, you may skip this lesson.


    Perfect and Major Intervals (01)

    Note: Please pay close attention to this lesson as you will need to know about perfect and major intervals when forming various major chords.


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    Note: Disregard the "SLXYZ" numbers (if any) as they refer to sound examples. Our 300-pg course comes with a CD with over 330 sound examples which can be heard with the click of a button. (Example: SL003)


    This concludes lesson #1. This lesson is just half of what our course covers on intervals! To see how you can get this chapter with tons of written and interactive exercises, along with 19 other chapters, please click here

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