INTERVALS BY UNDERLYING HARMONY
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Also see Intervals by Size and Intervals from Tonic
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Teaching the recognition of intervals on this page can be coordinated with teaching the singing of intervals in Ottman and Rogers' Music for Sight Singing:
In Chapters 3, 4 and 5 of this book the sight singing melodies have intervals in the tonic triad (first category on this page), and in Chapters 6 and 9 the melodies have intervals in the dominant triad and dominant seventh respectively (second category on this page).
Names of excerpts are preceded by scale degree numbers and "asc." for ascending and "des." for descending.
IN THE TONIC TRIAD
IN THE DOMINANT SEVENTH
DOMINANT FUNCTION TO TONIC
TONIC TO DOMINANT
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