#1
Ok im going to start on C and list all the intervals, if I did it wrong please correct me.

C to C Unison
C to C# minor 2nd
C to D major 2nd
C to D# minor 3rd
C to E major 3rd
C to F perfect 4th
C to F# diminished 5th
C to G perfect 5th
C to G# minor 6th
C to A major 6th
C to A# minor 7th
C to B major 7th
C to C octave

Ok so if im correct intervals are just names so that you can easily understand the tone differences between each note.

And since I know that a major scale is made up of W W H W W W H is it true to assume that the major scale is made up of a: unison, major 2nd, major 3rd, perfect 4th, perfect 5th, major 6th, major 7th and an octave.

Just want somebody to clear this up for me.

Thanks

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#2
Your list of intervals is correct. And so is your major scale.

However intervals should really be thought of as number explaining a scale.
IE, Major scale: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1
or the minor scale (Aeolian mode) is 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 b7 1

Every interval relates back to the major scale.


But on whole, yes, your post is right.
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