#1
Ok so im trying to learn to recognize musical intervals by hearing them so im making a list of all 12 and then people can add to the list go by the first two notes of the song or solo or chorus but try to keep them well known and preferebly classic rock songs ive already added a few. i didnt see any threads like this but if there are ill close it. feel free to put more than one on a line or correct anyone

if you add one just copy and paste the previous list

Unison - Crazy Train- Ozzy Osbourne
minor 2 -
Major 2 - Wish You Were Here- Pink Floyd
The Ocean- Led Zeppelin
minor 3 - Stairway to Heaven- Led Zeppelin
Major 3 - In the Flesh?- Pink Floyd
Perf. 4 -
aug4/dim5 -
Perf. 5 - Money- Pink Floyd
aug5/min6 -
Major 6 -
minor 7 -
Major 7 -
Last edited by saband at Aug 25, 2006,
#2
I think the Flintstones theme is in perfect fourths...or is it fifths?
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#4
Unison - Crazy Train- Ozzy Osbourne

minor 2 -

Major 2 - Wish You Were Here- Pink Floyd, The Ocean- Led Zeppelin

minor 3 - Stairway to Heaven- Led Zeppelin

Major 3 - In the Flesh?- Pink Floyd

Perf. 4 - Wedding March from Lohengrin (a.k.a. Here Comes The Bride) by Wagner

aug4/dim5 -

Perf. 5 - Money- Pink Floyd (incorrect - the first two tones form an octave)
Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss

aug5/min6 - first two tones from movie Love Story theme song

Major 6 -

minor 7 - first two tones from the old Star Trek theme

Major 7 - first and third tones of Led Zeppelin's The Immigrant Song

Octave - Money by Pink Floyd
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Last edited by gpb0216 at Aug 26, 2006,
#5
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Unison - Crazy Train- Ozzy Osbourne


Perf. 5 - Money- Pink Floyd (incorrect - the first two tones form an octave)
Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss


Octave - Money by Pink Floyd


yeah your right its not perfect 5 i was thinking between the 1st and third tones thanks
#6
i think the first chord ( interval ) of VanHalen "women in love" is a maj6.
#7
Perfect fifth - theme from Top Gun (Steve Stevens)

others I was going to add, but gpb0216 beat me to it.

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#8
Perfect Fifth can be the first two notes in the starwars theme as well...Do...DO!
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#9
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Major 7 - first and third tones of Led Zeppelin's The Immigrant Song

Octave - Money by Pink Floyd

I thought Immagrant was Octaves?
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I thought Immagrant was Octaves?
Yes, you're correct - the first and second tones of The Immigrant Song sound the interval of an octave.

If you'll re-read my post, though, you'll see that I pointed out that the first and third tones sound the interval of a M7. The Armed Forces School of Music used this song's intro as a memory aid for the M7 interval because the octave tone moves immediately to the leading tone and holds it for four full beats before briefly moving back to the octave. The ear easily hangs on to the first tone as the intro motors right on through the second tone (the octave) and camps out on the M7. Once you get this riff's intervals into your ear I can virtually guarantee you'll be able to identify a M7 and the octave without hesitation for the rest of your life.
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#11
intro to purple haze by jimi hendrix-octave
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