#1
Hey there,

Today my music teacher, at school, gave the assignment of writing down how I (personally) would teach a student to calculate diatonic intervals.

Now, I know all of my intervals, and I know about Diatonic Sevenths, and how intervals relate to the scales and chord construction.

Do you think my music teacher just wants me to teach someone how to get to this:

A-A (Unison)
A-A# (minor 2nd)
A-B (Major 2nd)
A-C (minor 3rd)
A-C# (Major 3rd)
A-D (P4)
A-D# (etc.etc.)
A-E
A-F
A-F#
A-G
A-G#
A-A

Do you think this is what I'm supposed to be doing?

Any help would be appreciated,and I know this is kind of an odd topic...

Thanks,

Aaron
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#2
Thats probably what your teacher wants, but by the way, technically an A to A# would be an augmented unison, a minor 2nd would be A to Bb, they sound the same, but they're written differently on the staff, other than that, it seems good though
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Thats probably what your teacher wants, but by the way, technically an A to A# would be an augmented unison, a minor 2nd would be A to Bb, they sound the same, but they're written differently on the staff, other than that, it seems good though


Gotcha, thanks.
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