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Music Theory for Computer Musicians by Michael Hewitt

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Exercises

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1.Complete the following statement. There are two types of intervals: ____________________ intervals, which are those that lie within the range of an octave, and ____________________ intervals, which are larger than an octave.
2.Identify the following intervals:

3.Name the following melodic intervals:

4.Fill in the missing notes:

Note C. Go a seventh up: Note B. Go a fifth down: Note E. Go a fourth up: Note ____________________. Go a third down: ...

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