Now you know all the note names you can start exploring INTERVALS!
Understanding intervals doesn’t take too long.
An interval simply means the gap between notes.
For example, the gap between a C and E on the piano is called a 3rd - one (C), two (D), three (E) notes apart.
But really understanding intervals and to be able to start applying them to things like sight reading, composing, harmony and so many other things takes a little practice!
So to help you along we have made some handy sheets that break down intervals in an easy way!
And, finally, for a little light relief you can watch this nifty video by Django Bates who has written a song all about intervals!
100 house points to anyone who can learn this for one of our concerts...